The Boiling Point Podcast

Introducing: Rick Doyle

  • Rick is the Owner of FiveStar Bailiff and Civil Enforcement Services.
  • He is a Provincial Civil Constable with 20 years of security experience.
  • Rick is a Former Professional MMA Fighter, a Former Professional Wrestler, as well as a Radio and TV personality.
  • FiveStarr Bailiff and Civil Enforcement Services focuses on protecting members in the community from physical or emotional harm.

In this episode:

  • Greg and Dave introduce former professional wrestler Rick Doyle onto the Boiling Point.
  • Rick shares with us his experience as a security guard and how he learned the vital importance of protecting people from the potential harm of dangerous people.
  • The boiling point guest explains his process of going about de-escalating violent situations through dominance and force.
  • Rick gives his reflection of changing his point of view towards people who are less fortunate in life, especially when it comes to looking after people who have disabilities.
  • Strong language is involved in this podcast, viewer discretion is advised.

 

Direct download: Episode_158_-_Rick_Doyle.mp3
Category:entrepreneurship -- posted at: 9:59am EDT

Introducing Rivers Corbett:

  • Rivers Corbett, MBA, is an award winning serial entrepreneur, international speaker, startUP entrepreneurial thought leader, and author of"13 Fears of Entrepreneurs."
  • He has received numerous business awards including: 2015 Business Person of the Year, Canada's Hottest Start-ups List, as well as Canada's Fastest Growing Companies list through Profit magazine. He recently received the StartUP Canada Champion Award.
  • Rivers is a founding board member of StartUP Canada and is a host of the StartUP Canada Podcast Show. Most recently, he joined the Opportunties New Brunswick team to help significantly move the needle on the spirit and actions of entrepreneurship throughout the province.
  • Rivers is also a co-founder ofRayZen Innovations, a company that is significantly disrupting how non-profits & charities traditionally raise money through online gaming technology.

 

In this episode:

  • Greg is back hosting the boiling point! Big thanks to Wayne Jagoe for filling in for Greg for the past few weeks!
  • Rivers informs Dave and Greg about his career portfolio and endeavours.
  • He talks about his involvement with Opportunies New Brunswick and how he wants to create a more entrepreneurial environment throughout the province.
  • Rivers explains how the education system needs to be more business oriented, offering the youth a more in-depth understanding of entrepreneurialism and business management.
  • The Boiling Point talks about the importance of private enterprise and how it most likely is the key for New Brunswick’s economic recovery.
  • Greg and Dave discuss how they plan on having Rivers back on the show in the near future. Stay tuned!
Direct download: Episode_157_-_Rivers_Corbett_1_1.mp3
Category:entrepreneurship -- posted at: 8:05am EDT

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Category:general -- posted at: 3:43pm EDT

Introducing Dave Wolpin:

  • Dave owns Kredl’s Corner Market and Dave’s product packs.
  • Both businesses have grown exponentially over the past few years, including an 8,000 square foot expansion for Kredl’s.
  • Kredl’s Corner Market is a regionally represented grocery store that has the largest organic produce selection in the Maritimes.
  • Dave runs Driver Dave’s in Halifax which delivers organic produce around the city to the customer’s house.
  • Dave recently made national headlines through his close fight with bankruptcy. Because of his drive and determination Dave prevailed and got investors on board as well as raising money to save his business.

 

In this episode:

  • Wayne Jagoe is hosting the show in for Greg once again this week.
  • Dave Wolpin explains his career journey of going from a Kredl’s employee all the way to owning the local grocery store and expanding it over the years.
  • He also briefly explains the brief history of Kredl’s after being founded in 1980.
  • Dave talks about how he decided to stop selling unhealthy corporate pop and chips, and decided to go into the health food industry.
  • Dave elaborates the definition of the word poison and how modern genetically altered food matches that dictionary definition, especially when it comes to high fructose corn syrup.
  • Dave talks about his journey working on creating non-GMO chicken grain/feed after having a bad experience trying to access non-GMO chicken feed that was affordable for the customer in New Brunswick.
  • Dave starts telling his tale of perseverance through the terrifying times of his company almost going bankrupt.
  • Dave elaborates on the lessons he has learned during this great trial in his life, and how he learned the true importance of complete transparency and honesty when running into problems in life.
  • Wayne and Dave Veale give their reflections on the episode and the lesson learned about resilience.
Direct download: Episode_156_-_Dave_Wolpin.mp3
Category:entrepreneurship -- posted at: 11:00am EDT

Introduction:

  • Tammy is a professional pole dancer for the past 16 years of her life, travelling around the world to perform.
  • After starting as an exotic dancer she then moved into the fitness business to become a pole dancer and fitness instructor.
  • Over the course of her career she has won over 15 titles and awards associated with pole dancing.
  • Tammy takes pride in her passion, which she feels would be very useful to keep people healthy and exercised.
  • She now runs a business based on teaching the art of pole dancing.

 

In this Episode:

  • Wayne Jagoe fills in for Greg and hosts the show for the day.
  • Tammy talks about challenging the status quo’s opinion of pole dancing. She explains to Dave and Wayne how pole dancing is more of a fitness oriented activity, rather than what it is stereotyped as.
  • Tammy likes to explain how she always had an entrepreneurial spirit because she always liked to question things in life and do things for herself, it is through this philosophy that she decided to live the entrepreneurial lifestyle surrounded around pole dancing.
  • She explains how she opened her pole dancing business that taught people how to pole dance properly and how to use the art to maintain physical health like any other sport.
  • She talks about turning pole dancing into a serious and professional sport, and potentially to land the sport into the Olympic Games.
  • Wayne and Dave share their newly formed views of pole dancing after their impressions were changed by their guest Tammy.
Direct download: Episode_155_-_Tammy_Morris.mp3
Category:entrepreneurship -- posted at: 2:28pm EDT

Changing the Game

Introduction:

  • Tammy is a professional pole dancer for the past 16 years of her life, travelling around the world to perform.
  • After starting as an exotic dancer she then moved into the fitness business to become a pole dancer and fitness instructor.
  • Over the course of her career she has won over 15 titles and awards associated with pole dancing.
  • Tammy takes pride in her passion, which she feels would be very useful to keep people healthy and exercised.
  • She now runs a business based on teaching the art of pole dancing.

 

In this Episode:

  • Wayne Jagoe fills in for Greg and hosts the show for the day.
  • Tammy talks about challenging the status quo’s opinion of pole dancing. She explains to Dave and Wayne how pole dancing is more of a fitness oriented activity, rather than what it is stereotyped as.
  • Tammy likes to explain how she always had an entrepreneurial spirit because she always liked to question things in life and do things for herself, it is through this philosophy that she decided to live the entrepreneurial lifestyle surrounded around pole dancing.
  • She explains how she opened her pole dancing business that taught people how to pole dance properly and how to use the art to maintain physical health like any other sport.
  • She talks about turning pole dancing into a serious and professional sport, and potentially to land the sport into the Olympic Games.
  • Wayne and Dave share their newly formed views of pole dancing after their impressions were changed by their guest Tammy.
Direct download: Episode_155_-_Tammy_Morris_1.mp3
Category:entrepreneurship -- posted at: 9:43am EDT

Introducing Deborah:

·         Has worked for CBC as a journalist since Highschool.

·         After being a seasoned journalist for over 20 years, Deborah decided to form her own media company, Canteen Media. Which offers media training.

·         She is now a media consultant, veteran journalist, communicator, and an entrepreneur.

In this episode:

·         Wayne Jagoe guest hosts the Boiling Point for his third time.

·         Deborah talks about her amazing time working for CBC.

·         Dave shares his memories growing up always listening to the CBC, and how it formed who he is today, and how it always kept him informed.

·         Deborah fills us in about how Canteen offers media training as one of her services and how she went down that road in her career after being advised to do so by her sister.

·         Deborah talks about how an audience can instinctively tell how scripted a podcast or speech is and how an audience appreciates a more genuine message instead of an overly structured or contrived message.

·         Dave and Wayne share their post interview reflections with Deborah.

Direct download: Episode_154_-_Deborah_Irvine_Anderson.mp3
Category:entrepreneurship -- posted at: 12:21pm EDT

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