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Connecting the dots is about bringing together all aspects of life. Whether we are talking about business, personal or professional development. It is about having a you that is congruent with your vision and values.

Latest Episodes

#57 Sean Tucker: Photography, Philosophy and YouTube

ESean Tucker is one of my favorite photographer and YouTuber. I first stumbled across his channel while looking for photography/videography. Sean takes some amazing photos and some of his tutorial videos are amazing. What kept me coming back however was less Sean's talents as a photographer and more his talents as a philosopher/presenter of ideas. If you are looking for technical tips on photography this is not the interview you are looking for. I am more interested in Sean's world view and some of the history of how he has become the man that he is. We talk about: His experience in the Church Vulnerability in Leadership Stoic Philosophy Sean's growth on YouTube and his philosophy You can see Sean's work on his website: http://www.seantucker.photography Sean's YouTube channel is herehttps://www.youtube.com/user/seantuckermerge

65 MINSEP 1
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#57 Sean Tucker: Photography, Philosophy and YouTube

#56 Raphael Cushnir: The Power of Emotional Connection

Raphael Cushnir is a leading voice in the world of emotional connection and present moment awareness. He has shared his unique approach to personaland professionaldevelopment with millions of readers inO,The Oprah Magazine, Beliefnet,Spirituality and Health, Psychology Today,andThe Huffington Post.He is the author of six books, lectures worldwide, and is a faculty member of the Esalen Institute, the Kripalu Center for Yoga andHealth, and the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies. In addition, hecoaches individuals and teams atFortune 100 companies, governments, religious organizations,and leading non-profits. Raphael’s own heart was opened by an experience of profound grief. Cushnir’s first book,Unconditional Bliss: Finding Happiness in the Face of Hardship(Quest), was nominated for the year 2000 Books for a Better Life Award. It introduced a simple yet profound process called Living the Questions. Learn more about the book and the processhere. Cushnir’s second book,Setting Your Heart on Fire: Seven Invitations to Liberate Your Life(Broadway Books/Random House), was published in 2003 and is currently used as a major teaching text at spiritual centers around the U.S. The book’s Seven Invitations comprise an invigorating, step-by-step process for reopening and reawakening even the most wounded of hearts. Learn more about the book and the invitationshere. In 2005, Chronicle Books releasedHow Now: 100 Ways to Celebrate the Present Moment.This gift book, with 20 full-color photographs and a highly accessible version of his core principles, quickly became Cushnir’s bestseller. A companion card deck soon followed.How Nowwas chosen as one of theBest Spiritual Books of 2005 by Spirituality and Health Magazine.Learn more about the book and deckhere.

57 MINJUL 30
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#56 Raphael Cushnir: The Power of Emotional Connection

#55 Chris Norton: Resiliency in the face of adversity

EChris Nortonis a formerAmerican footballdefensive backwho playedDivision III footballfor theLuther CollegeNorse. His football career ended in 2010 when he becameparalyzedwhile making a tackle during a kick off in a game againstCentral College. He was given a 3% chance of ever regaining movement below the neck but has continued to recover some sensation and mobility throughout his body—including his hands, legs, feet and torso.[1]Today he lives in Florida with his wife where he manages his non-profit foundation and works full-time as a motivational speaker. Chris managed to work hard to defy all the odds and got to a point where he walked across the stage for his graduation. Inspired by the help and dedication of his fiance Chris made his next mission to walk down the aisle to marry the love of his life. Chris has an incredibly inspiring story. In this episode, we talk about the importance of accepting that sometimes life has better plans for you than you had for yourself. Chris shares how he was able to take his mess and turn it into a message. We discuss the importance of taking responsibility for your life no matter what the circumstances. He talks about how he made that choice and refused to accept the status quo but also accepting where he was at. Your future will take care of itself if you take care of today. We talk about celebrating the little wins in order to keep you motivated and moving forward. There is a balance of grieving the past and simultaneously move forward. Allowing ourselves to feel all the negative feelings rather than suppressing them. Chris has recently published his new book The Seven Longest Yards. https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Longest-Yards-Pushing-Leaning/dp/031035692X

46 MINJUL 26
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#55 Chris Norton: Resiliency in the face of adversity

#54 Levi Allen: Why Life is Better When You Make Stuff

ELevi Allen is an adventure filmmaker and a gem of a human being. He is best known for his work on the Slack life series and his feature-length film Untethered. I had a chance to sit with Levi face to face and discuss filmmaking, relationships and some of the productivity strategies he employs in his life. Levi hosted a 6 day, 5 night storytelling workshop on a sailboat along the Sunshine Coast in BC. Levi explains where his tag line "Life's better when you make stuff" originated with a level of detail and personal intimacy he has not yet captured on video. I think you will enjoy this one.

74 MINJUN 27
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#54 Levi Allen: Why Life is Better When You Make Stuff

#53 John Price: Living the dream job, don't fuck it up

EJohn Price is a photographer and climber. He has spent the last six years traveling all over the world, while basing himself out of Canada. Over the last three years John has been actively climbing and photographing rock, ice and alpine ascents throughout North America, including the deserts of Nevada, the Ruth Gorge in Alaska, the remote corners of the Himalaya, rural Japan and extensively throughout the Canadian Rockies. Currently based in Canmore, Alberta. Working as a freelance adventure, lifestyle and landscape photographer, John teaches private workshops, creates editorial pieces and shoots for commercial projects for a range of clients. In this episode, we talk about what it takes to accelerate your learning and shorten the time frame for mastery in whatever field you are in. John shares how he leverages his mentors to learn more and learn faster. We get real and talk a little bit about John's struggles with anxiety and depression and how he handles that. We talk about how as a species we tend to suffer in silence. We talk about vulnerability and connection.

60 MINJUN 21
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#53 John Price: Living the dream job, don't fuck it up

#52 Dave Proctor: Marathons are Hard but a Hundred Miles is Easy

EThis episode is a special one. It was a bit of an experiment in the fact that I strapped on a couple of wireless Lav micsand ran with Dave to conduct this interview. I also believe this is the beginning of a long termfriendship with Dave. Dave lives in Okotoks, Alberta ,Canada, a small city just south of Calgary. Married since 2004 to the love of his life Sharon. They have three gloriously buzzing kids Julia (11), Sam (8), and Adele (6). Dave has a busy massage therapy practice specializing in deep tissue therapy, working out from two clinics: LIV ACTIV Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation in Calgary and Diamond Valley Chiropractic & Health Centre in Black Diamond. When he's not chasing his three monkeys and treating patients, he like to run obscene distances. He is the world record holder for the furthest distance run on a treadmill in 24 hours (260.4kms), the Canadian record holder for 24hours (257.093kms), and hold numerous Canadian course records for ultramarathons. His passion fo...

133 MIN2018 APR 19
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#52 Dave Proctor: Marathons are Hard but a Hundred Miles is Easy

#51 Jane Atkinson: The Speaker Launcher

EJane Atkinson is a speakers coach with over 3 decades of expertise in her craft. She has worked with some of the best in the business to ignite their career. She is the author of a 3 books The Wealthy Speaker, The Wealthy Speaker 2.0 and The Epic Keynote. In this episode we discuss the systems and processes that Jane has put in place so that she can get off the hamster wheel of trading time for money. Jane shares some of the strategies she has employed to help her clients reach 7 figure revenues in their business. While we talk about these strategies in depth we also talk about the need to consistently do good work. Not only do we need consistency we also need Clarity as well. There are no overnight successes are the result of long-termhard work. Jane outlines her formula of Ready, Aim, Fire to get any business setup for success. All of the strategies that we discuss are applicable to any business not just the speaking business. One of the keys to successful marketing is to make sur...

64 MIN2018 MAR 22
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#51 Jane Atkinson: The Speaker Launcher

#50 Dr. John Izzo: The Purpose Revolution

EDr John Izzo is the bestselling author of seven books including the international bestsellers Awakening Corporate Soul, Values Shift, The Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die, The Five Thieves of Happiness and Stepping Up. John's passion in helping organizations activate purpose with employees and customers has inspired him to write his 8th book, The Purpose Revolution: How Leaders Create Engagement and Competitive Advantage in an Age of Social Good, to be released March 13, 2018. Over the last twenty years, he has spoken to over one million people, taught at three major universities, advised over 500 organizations and is frequently featured in the media by the likes of Fast Company, PBS, CBC, the Wall Street Journal, CNN, and INC Magazine. He has advised some of the best companies in the world on activating purpose including DuPont, TELUS, Manulife, McDonald’s, SAPA, RBC, Lockheed Martin, Qantas Airlines, Humana, Microsoft, and the Mayo Clinic. John was a pioneer in the C...

59 MIN2018 MAR 10
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#50 Dr. John Izzo: The Purpose Revolution

#49 Janice Porter: Stay Connected, Be Remembered. LinkedIn Expert/Relationship Marketer

EJanice Porter is a LinkedIn expert and Relationship Marketing expert who believes that LinkedIn will change everything! Sheprides herself in being a consummate networker and successfully connecting people for mutual benefit. She hasbeen involved with various organizations and has built up a vast network that enables her to connect like-minded people. She has met many wonderful people through her various volunteer positions and she loves to be a "connector" for others. She often undertakes leadership positions in organizations to practice what she preaches and is proactive when it comes to building and cultivating relationships. As a seasoned training specialist, her training focuses on how to authentically build relationships, communicate effectively and networking skills. Her passion for the subject matter, informal personal style, and ability to create an inclusive teaching environment enhances learning and creates stimulating conversations. She enjoys working with groups of all s...

51 MIN2018 MAR 2
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#49 Janice Porter: Stay Connected, Be Remembered. LinkedIn Expert/Relationship Marketer

#48 Selina Gray: Developing a Money Mindset

ESelina Gray (CPA, CA, B.Comm) is a money relationship expert with over 14 years of experience reinventing finance for individuals, small business & corporations. Selina has successfully managed and integrated various corporate acquisitions and served as controller for two internationally publicly traded companies. She has led an international team of over 30 finance ninjas and has helped thousands of people change their relationship with money by findingharmony between their inner & outer richness. In this podcast we discuss what wealth really means. Selina shares her journey of discovery in her pursuit of wealth. It took a near death experience to accentuate the point that wealth is far more than the acquisition of money. She shares the lessons she learned through her adversity and what she would have shared with her younger self. Selina discusses the concepts of what it means to explore your emotional relationship with money. I have always talked about how your beliefs define your...

58 MIN2018 FEB 17
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#48 Selina Gray: Developing a Money Mindset

Latest Episodes

#57 Sean Tucker: Photography, Philosophy and YouTube

ESean Tucker is one of my favorite photographer and YouTuber. I first stumbled across his channel while looking for photography/videography. Sean takes some amazing photos and some of his tutorial videos are amazing. What kept me coming back however was less Sean's talents as a photographer and more his talents as a philosopher/presenter of ideas. If you are looking for technical tips on photography this is not the interview you are looking for. I am more interested in Sean's world view and some of the history of how he has become the man that he is. We talk about: His experience in the Church Vulnerability in Leadership Stoic Philosophy Sean's growth on YouTube and his philosophy You can see Sean's work on his website: http://www.seantucker.photography Sean's YouTube channel is herehttps://www.youtube.com/user/seantuckermerge

65 MINSEP 1
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#57 Sean Tucker: Photography, Philosophy and YouTube

#56 Raphael Cushnir: The Power of Emotional Connection

Raphael Cushnir is a leading voice in the world of emotional connection and present moment awareness. He has shared his unique approach to personaland professionaldevelopment with millions of readers inO,The Oprah Magazine, Beliefnet,Spirituality and Health, Psychology Today,andThe Huffington Post.He is the author of six books, lectures worldwide, and is a faculty member of the Esalen Institute, the Kripalu Center for Yoga andHealth, and the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies. In addition, hecoaches individuals and teams atFortune 100 companies, governments, religious organizations,and leading non-profits. Raphael’s own heart was opened by an experience of profound grief. Cushnir’s first book,Unconditional Bliss: Finding Happiness in the Face of Hardship(Quest), was nominated for the year 2000 Books for a Better Life Award. It introduced a simple yet profound process called Living the Questions. Learn more about the book and the processhere. Cushnir’s second book,Setting Your Heart on Fire: Seven Invitations to Liberate Your Life(Broadway Books/Random House), was published in 2003 and is currently used as a major teaching text at spiritual centers around the U.S. The book’s Seven Invitations comprise an invigorating, step-by-step process for reopening and reawakening even the most wounded of hearts. Learn more about the book and the invitationshere. In 2005, Chronicle Books releasedHow Now: 100 Ways to Celebrate the Present Moment.This gift book, with 20 full-color photographs and a highly accessible version of his core principles, quickly became Cushnir’s bestseller. A companion card deck soon followed.How Nowwas chosen as one of theBest Spiritual Books of 2005 by Spirituality and Health Magazine.Learn more about the book and deckhere.

57 MINJUL 30
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#56 Raphael Cushnir: The Power of Emotional Connection

#55 Chris Norton: Resiliency in the face of adversity

EChris Nortonis a formerAmerican footballdefensive backwho playedDivision III footballfor theLuther CollegeNorse. His football career ended in 2010 when he becameparalyzedwhile making a tackle during a kick off in a game againstCentral College. He was given a 3% chance of ever regaining movement below the neck but has continued to recover some sensation and mobility throughout his body—including his hands, legs, feet and torso.[1]Today he lives in Florida with his wife where he manages his non-profit foundation and works full-time as a motivational speaker. Chris managed to work hard to defy all the odds and got to a point where he walked across the stage for his graduation. Inspired by the help and dedication of his fiance Chris made his next mission to walk down the aisle to marry the love of his life. Chris has an incredibly inspiring story. In this episode, we talk about the importance of accepting that sometimes life has better plans for you than you had for yourself. Chris shares how he was able to take his mess and turn it into a message. We discuss the importance of taking responsibility for your life no matter what the circumstances. He talks about how he made that choice and refused to accept the status quo but also accepting where he was at. Your future will take care of itself if you take care of today. We talk about celebrating the little wins in order to keep you motivated and moving forward. There is a balance of grieving the past and simultaneously move forward. Allowing ourselves to feel all the negative feelings rather than suppressing them. Chris has recently published his new book The Seven Longest Yards. https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Longest-Yards-Pushing-Leaning/dp/031035692X

46 MINJUL 26
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#55 Chris Norton: Resiliency in the face of adversity

#54 Levi Allen: Why Life is Better When You Make Stuff

ELevi Allen is an adventure filmmaker and a gem of a human being. He is best known for his work on the Slack life series and his feature-length film Untethered. I had a chance to sit with Levi face to face and discuss filmmaking, relationships and some of the productivity strategies he employs in his life. Levi hosted a 6 day, 5 night storytelling workshop on a sailboat along the Sunshine Coast in BC. Levi explains where his tag line "Life's better when you make stuff" originated with a level of detail and personal intimacy he has not yet captured on video. I think you will enjoy this one.

74 MINJUN 27
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#54 Levi Allen: Why Life is Better When You Make Stuff

#53 John Price: Living the dream job, don't fuck it up

EJohn Price is a photographer and climber. He has spent the last six years traveling all over the world, while basing himself out of Canada. Over the last three years John has been actively climbing and photographing rock, ice and alpine ascents throughout North America, including the deserts of Nevada, the Ruth Gorge in Alaska, the remote corners of the Himalaya, rural Japan and extensively throughout the Canadian Rockies. Currently based in Canmore, Alberta. Working as a freelance adventure, lifestyle and landscape photographer, John teaches private workshops, creates editorial pieces and shoots for commercial projects for a range of clients. In this episode, we talk about what it takes to accelerate your learning and shorten the time frame for mastery in whatever field you are in. John shares how he leverages his mentors to learn more and learn faster. We get real and talk a little bit about John's struggles with anxiety and depression and how he handles that. We talk about how as a species we tend to suffer in silence. We talk about vulnerability and connection.

60 MINJUN 21
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#53 John Price: Living the dream job, don't fuck it up

#52 Dave Proctor: Marathons are Hard but a Hundred Miles is Easy

EThis episode is a special one. It was a bit of an experiment in the fact that I strapped on a couple of wireless Lav micsand ran with Dave to conduct this interview. I also believe this is the beginning of a long termfriendship with Dave. Dave lives in Okotoks, Alberta ,Canada, a small city just south of Calgary. Married since 2004 to the love of his life Sharon. They have three gloriously buzzing kids Julia (11), Sam (8), and Adele (6). Dave has a busy massage therapy practice specializing in deep tissue therapy, working out from two clinics: LIV ACTIV Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation in Calgary and Diamond Valley Chiropractic & Health Centre in Black Diamond. When he's not chasing his three monkeys and treating patients, he like to run obscene distances. He is the world record holder for the furthest distance run on a treadmill in 24 hours (260.4kms), the Canadian record holder for 24hours (257.093kms), and hold numerous Canadian course records for ultramarathons. His passion fo...

133 MIN2018 APR 19
Comments
#52 Dave Proctor: Marathons are Hard but a Hundred Miles is Easy

#51 Jane Atkinson: The Speaker Launcher

EJane Atkinson is a speakers coach with over 3 decades of expertise in her craft. She has worked with some of the best in the business to ignite their career. She is the author of a 3 books The Wealthy Speaker, The Wealthy Speaker 2.0 and The Epic Keynote. In this episode we discuss the systems and processes that Jane has put in place so that she can get off the hamster wheel of trading time for money. Jane shares some of the strategies she has employed to help her clients reach 7 figure revenues in their business. While we talk about these strategies in depth we also talk about the need to consistently do good work. Not only do we need consistency we also need Clarity as well. There are no overnight successes are the result of long-termhard work. Jane outlines her formula of Ready, Aim, Fire to get any business setup for success. All of the strategies that we discuss are applicable to any business not just the speaking business. One of the keys to successful marketing is to make sur...

64 MIN2018 MAR 22
Comments
#51 Jane Atkinson: The Speaker Launcher

#50 Dr. John Izzo: The Purpose Revolution

EDr John Izzo is the bestselling author of seven books including the international bestsellers Awakening Corporate Soul, Values Shift, The Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die, The Five Thieves of Happiness and Stepping Up. John's passion in helping organizations activate purpose with employees and customers has inspired him to write his 8th book, The Purpose Revolution: How Leaders Create Engagement and Competitive Advantage in an Age of Social Good, to be released March 13, 2018. Over the last twenty years, he has spoken to over one million people, taught at three major universities, advised over 500 organizations and is frequently featured in the media by the likes of Fast Company, PBS, CBC, the Wall Street Journal, CNN, and INC Magazine. He has advised some of the best companies in the world on activating purpose including DuPont, TELUS, Manulife, McDonald’s, SAPA, RBC, Lockheed Martin, Qantas Airlines, Humana, Microsoft, and the Mayo Clinic. John was a pioneer in the C...

59 MIN2018 MAR 10
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#50 Dr. John Izzo: The Purpose Revolution

#49 Janice Porter: Stay Connected, Be Remembered. LinkedIn Expert/Relationship Marketer

EJanice Porter is a LinkedIn expert and Relationship Marketing expert who believes that LinkedIn will change everything! Sheprides herself in being a consummate networker and successfully connecting people for mutual benefit. She hasbeen involved with various organizations and has built up a vast network that enables her to connect like-minded people. She has met many wonderful people through her various volunteer positions and she loves to be a "connector" for others. She often undertakes leadership positions in organizations to practice what she preaches and is proactive when it comes to building and cultivating relationships. As a seasoned training specialist, her training focuses on how to authentically build relationships, communicate effectively and networking skills. Her passion for the subject matter, informal personal style, and ability to create an inclusive teaching environment enhances learning and creates stimulating conversations. She enjoys working with groups of all s...

51 MIN2018 MAR 2
Comments
#49 Janice Porter: Stay Connected, Be Remembered. LinkedIn Expert/Relationship Marketer

#48 Selina Gray: Developing a Money Mindset

ESelina Gray (CPA, CA, B.Comm) is a money relationship expert with over 14 years of experience reinventing finance for individuals, small business & corporations. Selina has successfully managed and integrated various corporate acquisitions and served as controller for two internationally publicly traded companies. She has led an international team of over 30 finance ninjas and has helped thousands of people change their relationship with money by findingharmony between their inner & outer richness. In this podcast we discuss what wealth really means. Selina shares her journey of discovery in her pursuit of wealth. It took a near death experience to accentuate the point that wealth is far more than the acquisition of money. She shares the lessons she learned through her adversity and what she would have shared with her younger self. Selina discusses the concepts of what it means to explore your emotional relationship with money. I have always talked about how your beliefs define your...

58 MIN2018 FEB 17
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#48 Selina Gray: Developing a Money Mindset
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