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All about being an effective leader. Using the principles of T.A.G. you too can change the culture in your company. We’ll have guest and discuss not only business but sports and life. Treating people as human beings and never thinking your better then them is a start. Sean doesn’t just talk about Leadership he lives it everyday as he Manages a great logistics team working for one of the top defense contractors. Come along for the ride and be empowered!
 
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David Inzlicht: Growth-Driven Entrepreneur and Founder of Proforce Personne

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Stories of crushing defeats and amazing triumphs. On this podcast you will hear from entrepreneurs that will inspire and motivate you to reach for the impossible! This is Growth Story, the Proforce Personnel podcast. Hosted by the man with a passion to help you grow, David Inzlicht!
 
Allan and Jackson Love America is an independent progressive radio podcast online every Monday. Bringing their unique rapport to the week's progressive political news, Allan and Jackson discuss topics such as the 2012 election, presidential politics, gay rights, arsonist squirrels, atheism, voting rights, health care, dwarf tossing, the economy and who really killed Whitney Houston. Bring together two political junkies, current political events, witty banter, and crazy special guests...and y ...
 
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In this installment of the One More Road For The Beer Podcast, Joe and Zach explore the long list of great spots to drink beer in Berlin, Germany. We talk the späti scene, new and old craft breweries, and beer gardens across the German capital. Don't forget to subscribe and rate us wherever you listen to podcasts!…
 
Livia is the founder of Funky Feet, a dance program where the main goal is to help empower children and build their confidence through dance. Livia started her company in 2001, on her own, after seizing the opportunity to teach a dance class as a last-minute replacement. Flash forward almost two decades later, Funky Feet is now a wildly successful …
 
In this installment of the One More Road For The Beer podcast, Joe takes Zach on a tour through the phenomenal beer scene in the coastal town of Antwerp. The best pubs, eats, and sites are discussed on this beer-centered journey along the cobbled streets of one of Europe's great beer cities.By One More Road For The Beer
 
Dr. Joe Flanders is the founder and director of Mindspace as well as the host of the Mindspace Podcast. Joe discovered mindfulness through one of his professors while studying to become a psychologist. Seeing lots of potential in meditation and how mindfulness could help people, Joe stepped away from the traditional full-time clinical psychology ca…
 
Owner of Bak’d by Mona, a very successful gourmet cookies business, Mona Segal is a true force of nature. She’s unstoppable: on top of running her own business, Mona volunteers at school and works part-time as a marketing specialist. Her growth story is truly inspiring and touching. Having always loved to bake and cook, Mona decided to take the plu…
 
In this Wild Card episode of One More Road For The Beer, Joe and Zach catch up on beer trips they've taken recently. These are spots that aren't in big European cities but still feel like destinations worth a big beer-soaked shout out. We discuss riding bikes to breweries in Flanders, Belgium, hunting down the perfect pint of cask ale in Lancashire…
 
Don White is on a mission to help people lead a healthier lifestyle. Many years ago, Don left his desk job and decided to invest himself 100% in what he found to be most important in life: health. After being a successful trainer for many years, Don took the plunge into entrepreneurship and co-founded his own training facility: CoreXcellence, a pea…
 
On this week’s episode, we are interviewing Mtre Richard P. Salis, B.A., LL.B., D.D.N., about his path to becoming a Notary specializing in wills, trust and estate settlement. After starting his legal career as a lawyer, he discovered a passion for helping individuals with their estate planning needs and took up studies to become a notary to better…
 
Sherri Rabinovitch is a passionate HR & career specialist who founded her own consulting business called The People Guru. Sherri’s story is so interesting: she found so much success she is now a regular contributor on TV, but she also had to overcome great challenges such as psychological harassment and hostile work environment, as well as, more on…
 
For this last episode of 2018, our host David is pleased to introduce Simon St-Amand, his successor as president of Proforce Personnel. While David is opening up his horizons with a newly acquired business in the health industry, Simon, prior director of recruitment for Proforce’s food division, is stepping up and taking the lead on the company’s d…
 
Barry Solomon is what we could call a later-stage entrepreneur, as he bought his first business while in his fifties. After working for the family business his father started for many (quite difficult) years, Barry moved on to work in advertising, and then again in a few other fields before actually moving to California, where he bought his busines…
 
Formerly corporate talent acquisition manager, recently launch her own consulting business as a career coach and strategist. Through her work and her engagement on LinkedIn, Norma helps job seekers improve their resume, strategize their job search and increase their visibility on LinkedIn. With her tremendous experience on the market, her undeniabl…
 
Author, keynote speaker and endurance racer, Tofe helps people build their resilience as a way to reach their goals and live a happier life. After reaching rock bottom as a young adult who had lost himself to partying and suffering from mental health issues, Tofe found his way back through his research and experiments with adversity and endurance. …
 
Dan is what we call a serial entrepreneur. With his wife Dennae, Dan owns many businesses including an online store, multiple medical offices, and a real estate investment company. They also host their own entrepreneurs’ podcast called Tough Decisions. Dan found a recipe to create businesses, grow them, and then move on to his next thing. In this e…
 
Kerri Twigg is a career counsellor and an entrepreneur, as she launched her own coaching business Career Stories Consulting. This episode can truly speak to both people who aspire to have their own company and to people who wish to rebrand themselves and take their career in another direction. This is exactly what Kerri did, switching from a career…
 
Up until a few months ago, Michael was a teacher until he left his day job to pursue his passion for storytelling full-time through his photography and creative services business Henson Creative. Learn about how Michael started to experiment with visual communication and developed his talents into a true expertise. Learn how LinkedIn played an impo…
 
This is a recap episode, a moment for our podcast host David Inzlicht to touch base with the listeners and set the tone for what's next. He goes over three main points: his journey into marketing and with LinkedIn, resilience as he reflects on a vacation he just spent with his family, and Proforce's company core values and their importance in gener…
 
Omozua is a certified coach for entrepreneur, executives and managers. She teaches to leaders and organizations how to level up their confidence, increase emotional intelligence, unleash their creativity, manage talents… the list goes on. Omozua always knew she loved encouraging and helping the people around her, but she had to go through a few wor…
 
How do you go from lawyer to entrepreneur? Steven was a corporate lawyer working in a big Montreal firm when he decided to leave the corporate environment with its bureaucracy and politics (as well as its prestigious status and huge salaries) to go on his own by joining his father’s small private practice firm. Just like many other lawyers, Steven …
 
David is president of Deville Technologies, a family business that was founded by his father. As a young adult, David had no interest in surfing on his father success and was ready to follow his own path. After a start-up experience in the US and a year in law school, David was making his way in the workforce when his father asked him to take over …
 
Jonathan Maldoff is president of Intellera. For Jonathan, the key to success in business is efficiency. He built his own business out of that by offering solutions that bridge the gap between people, processes and technologies. Jonathan is the proof that you don’t have to run eagerly after anything and everything to succeed as an entrepreneur, that…
 
James Stephan-Usypchuk is CEO of JSU Solutions. James's journey began as he was still a baby when he got cancer. After his recovery, James and his family became very active in fundraising, an experience from which he developed a very focused and entrepreneurial mind. It’s no surprise that today, still in his twenties, James is at the head of a very…
 
Rodrigo is the chief evangelist and creative director at the digital marketing agency Genius. Rodrigo got into marketing because of his remarkable talent and ability for storytelling. If at first, it was words and imagery that he was skilled with, Rodrigo is now very enthusiast about the next steps brands can take to communicate and tell stories th…
 
Brittany Krystle is a personal brand and growth consultant helping people grow their industry influence online. Before going on her own and launching her podcast “Beyond Influential”, Brittany worked with some of the most influential people of the web including the wildly popular Gary Vaynerchuk, for whose company she worked both in L.A. and NYC. I…
 
How DO companies grow? This question is the main focus of this special episode featuring not one, but TWO guests! Josh Miller and Mike Newton are respectively partner and managing partner at FL Fuller Landau, a full-service accounting firm downtown Montreal. Because that’s what they do both for their clients and for their own firm, they discuss all…
 
Joseph is president and co-owner of the smart home company Homesync. With his very diverse and particular background; from graduating engineering school at 21 years-old to joining the military forces years after his parents moved his family to Canada to avoid war, it’s no surprise that Joseph ended up choosing the road less travelled of entrepreneu…
 
Karim Abouzeid is the president and owner of Magnor, a manufacturer and designer of water treatment equipment company. With the plan in mind to eventually own a business, Karim studied accounting and started his career as a CPA. Luckily enough, he got to work in the mergers and acquisitions department at one of the big fours, which taught him every…
 
Certified Real Estate Broker and co-founder of Witt Realty Inc, Heidi is a dedicated businesswoman and mother of three. Even if she only found her true vocation in real estate later in her professional journey, her hard work and passion for people propelled her to tremendous success. The realtor profession being already very entrepreneurial, Heidi …
 
Natalie is the CEO of her own communications agency, Commetta. What she started alone while still in business school has now grown to an international digital agency whose mission is to help companies shine online. With diversity at the core of both her personal and professional background, Natalie got to see just how much creative artists and smal…
 
Adam is what we call a true born-entrepreneur, with all its natural qualities: he’s optimistic, self-driven, always looking for the next opportunity. As his story confirms, Adam strongly believes that behind every challenge hides a business opportunity. Equipped with this positive winning attitude and a strong purpose to bring to the market product…
 
At 35 years old, Frank Silla was co-owner of the family business in the telecom industry which he was passionate about. Raised in an entrepreneurial family, Frank never doubted he would follow his parents’ steps, but when he got there, he quickly realized that the way things were done didn’t reflect his own vision of success and his aspirations. Th…
 
Jon Selig, comedian, founder of Comedy Abroad, and more recently sales trainer, found in entrepreneurship a way to live of his passion for comedy writing. Being a natural with people and words, Jon was a successful salesman in I.T., but quickly realized he had no passion or interest for these corporate worlds. See how he first recycled his sales ab…
 
Michael is the president of Interaction Restaurants Group a restaurant management and holding company that deals with the world's biggest brands and chains such as Starbucks and Pizza Hut. This is the story of Michael Aaronovici, whose parents pushed towards a career in accounting but who quickly switched to the road less traveled and became an ent…
 
Frédéric Noël is owner and president of the industrial equipment company CON-V-AIR. Qualified engineer, Fred had always been interested in entrepreneurship even though it's not the clearest path in this field. See how he made his way up to his goal from his first job as an employee in an engineering firm to buying his company at only 30 years old.…
 
Founder of Productions L’Éloi, science student Eloi Beauchamp had no idea he would end up in the production world, where art and fashion advertising meet. Between his summers planting trees in the forest and his biology studies in university, Eloi was well on his way to a career as a scientist when he realized this path wasn’t going to bring him en…
 
Founder and president of , Jeffrey Berkowitz became an entrepreneur without really trying... Like many before him, Jeff’s business started in his parent’s basement. What he first perceived as enthusiasm for commercial real estate was really the foundation of a career he would be passionate about, and of a company that would one day serve the bigges…
 
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