Creativity allows people to expressed their inner feelings and bring forth something into this world. We sit down with Phil Desforges, local visual storyteller, who used photography to escape the clutches of anxiety and depression from which he was suffering for many years.
La question qu'on se pose à chaque matin - quoi porter? On parle avec styliste et designer Manika Gaudet pour comprendre comment l'estime de soi et la confiance sont liées ou non à notre style vestimentaire.
If you wait for opportunities to present to you, you might be waiting for a lot time. What if you took initiative and create opportunities for yourself. That is exactly what Alex Lag did when he started cinematography during his football matches.
Many collaborations can very well end up one sided. This is something that happens very often in the content industry. People tend to ask for free work in exchange for visibility. But when is it enough to accepting free work in exchange of exposure.
Le rôle controversé de l’éducation dans l’entreprenariat
Comment l’éducation réduit le risque de faire d’erreur en entreprenariat. Nous se font souvent dire que les institues d’éducations ne font pas face à la réalité des affaires. Par contre, les écoles peuvent aider à maitriser quelques concepts et structure de modèle affaire qui sont incontournable.
Svetlana in an internet personality, a model and actress who uses her influence to bring good to the people. As a public figure, her children see her in the spotlight very often. How does this impact them in the willingness of stepping in the spotlight themselves or not? How will Svetlana react if ever her kids want to become influencers themselves? We discuss all that and more in this podcast episode.
How do you react when your kid comes up to you and tells you they want to become an influencer or open a social media account? We sat down with 3 parents who are constantly active online and take a responsible approach in these kinds of scenario.
In this episode, we come across 3 different realities of entrepreneurs who are either in transition or balance between a traditional career and a personal business. What are the dynamics involved in regards of owning a business or taking on a full-time job? How can a side hassle help you stay grounded and make you stronger in running your own business?
Sometimes saying YES to things you would normally say NO to might be the change you need in your life. 21 year of Stephen Edvi has been applying this mind set and says it has been the best decisions in his life. The amount of opportunities he had in only 1 week were phenomenal.
Rêvez-vous de voyager 365 jours par an? Saviez vous que ceci est très possible? Ambroise Debret de Nomade Digital Francophone nous partage des astuces sur comment travailler sur la route autour du monde et de gagner de l'argent. Voici les astuces par l'expert des nomades digitaux.
Les avantages de travailler à partir des espaces de co-working
Travailler d’un espace de co-working est une merveilleuse façon de se dépanner d’un lieu de travail. Ces espaces favorisent les collaborations entre différents entreprises qui s’y trouvent. Nous s’assoyons avec le co-fondateur de la Halte 24-7, Philippe Tremblay, qui nous parle des avantages qu’il a constaté durant ses plusieurs années à gérer son espace de co-working.
You only get 24 hours in a day. The way you choose to use those hours is up to you. For Charles Hackman, it is all about putting his time towards his goals and business projects. Charles was always driven to run a business at a young age. In his teenage years, instead of doing what his peers were doing, Charles prioritized his intentions to making money using technology. However, don't get fooled, Charles is not all about work and no play. How does he find a healthy balance in his life? Check out this podcast where we talk to Charles in how to plan out your day to avoiding burn outs but at the same time being productive and efficient.
Transitioning to a 9 to 5 job as an ex-business owner
Marjorie decided to put an end to her business and transition over a 9 to 5 career. This drastic change put a toll on her, but also brought a lot of peace of mind. What can we learn from Marjorie's career change? Did she make the right move? Is having a side hustle enough to pay the bills? Tune in this podcast to find out.
We are all here for a purpose. Finding that purpose can last a lifetime. We easily get distracted by what is important to us. What's critical is how we use our allocated time on this Earth. We talk to the CEO of Sofdesk, EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist 2018, and the person behind Clean Out Your Closet as well as many other charity organisations, Lennie Moreno about navigating through the secret of life and fulfilling your purpose in our world.
What we say and do effects our surrounding. We will attract the same energy we put out there. We talk with the founder of Leaders Who Celebrate, Pamela Bakalian, who shares her secrets on what are the key points on attracting happiness and success.
Content creators come together to discuss about the effects this new lifestyle has brought upon them. Moderated by clinical social worker Stephanie Erickson, 3 panelists share their personal stories of being faced with burn-outs.
Moderator > Stephanie Erickson
Panelists > Nalie Agustin, Marjorie Joasil, Patrick Quirky
Nous s’assoyons avec marqueteur numérique et fondateur du agence Studio Réverbère Charlie Fernandez pour s’approfondir sur le sujet et répondre à la question si le Marketing d’influence à prit sa fin et c’est mort?
Perfection is a killer and it can halt and even cancel your projects entirely. We welcome success coach Samantha Kris, author and community leader behind Bossing Up, to intervene in a group conversation where people are having hard time figuring out their next moves.
We end the season short and sweat. Fitness & lifestyle coach Alison Hewitt, also known by Alikona steps in our studio to provide us with body posture techniques we should apply to receive those positive waves. The various flow movement exercises allows you to connect with your body, soul and the planets energy, allowing you to get that productivity, creativity and energy boost.
As controversial as it sounds, we provoke on the question if social media is killing our creativity?
We meet up with Creative Coach Stefano Di Lollo, who elaborates on this idea of what does it take to actually be a creative person. How much is social media blocking us from being original? Should we disconnect from Social Media to come up with fresh new ideas?
Be sure to check out Stefano > Join his Creative Community
Ce n’est pas toujours simple naviguer les apps pour créer du contenu quand nous sommes non-voyant ou bien à une déficience au niveau de la vue. Mais grâce à la technologie, des gens comme Claudia ont maintenant l’opportunité de créer du contenu et interagir avec les internautes. Écoutez attentivement à ce podcast. Comme exercice, fermer vos yeux (seulement si vous êtes dans un lieu fixe et sauf) et rentrer dans le monde de Claudia.
When you are working on a project or starting a new business, it is not as easy as it sounds. More and more we hear inspiring speeches to getting you to start a new life, by quitting your day job and become a full-time freelancer or an entrepreneur. The part people do not share often is the downsides of the reality they have to face.
We meet up with Mid-Day-Squares, a Montreal-based chocolate company, who only after 6 months have made a business success story in such a competitive industry. Their secret, creating a hype around the brand using only Instagram (Social Media).
Ils ont tout vendu pour vivre, travailler et voyager à temps plein à bord de leur petite CARAVANE avec leurs deux chiens :). Chaque semaine depuis 2016, ils ont créé des vidéos pour leur chaîne Youtube et leur page Facebook pour partager leurs aventures avec leus abonnés. Alex est courtier hypothécaire et continue à travailler sur la route pour générer des revenus et Valérie s'occupe des vidéos (tournage et montage) qui commencent à générer des revenus depuis quelques temps.
We talk with lawyer Aicha Tohry, who specializes with the creative arts and is founder of Arty Law, about how to protect your creative projects when subjected to getting your craft copied or reproduces without your consent. We also take a look on how to avoid such situations and have a discussion with the group who share their encounters with these unfortunate manifestations.
You can check out Aicha's services and blog here Read Here
Perfection is a killer and it can halt and even cancel your projects entirely. In this podcast, we talk to success coach Samantha Kris, who is also the author and the community leader behind Bossing Up, about 5 personal attributes which are mostly the main cause of stopping us from succeeding.
Qui dit grand pouvoir dit grande responsabilité. Qu’est-ce qu’il arrive quand tu mets un père de famille, une prof de primaire et une jeune célébrité web dans une conférence avec Luduc? Un excellent podcast sur la responsabilité et la vie privée.
We sit down with a young artist who grew up with social media being an impact in his life. Ambro Dipilato, uses his popular Instagram platform to not only share his art, but also promote wellness by posting encouraging messages and facts about the environment / nature.
Content can generate new leads and clientele towards your business. We meet with Nicholas Belliveau who shares his content strategies behind his brand; that brings him credibility and new business opportunities.
Nous avons tendance à décrire quelqu’un qui crée du contenu web en étant influenceur. Ce mot est utilisé très largement et cause de la mal représentation de plusieurs qui ont mérité le statut influenceur. Nous échangeons avec Émile Roy sur ce phénomène et essayons de décortiquer le signification de ce mot.
Patreon est une plate-forme de financement participatif permettant aux créateurs de tous genres de vivre de leurs passions. Dans cet podcast, Pascal va partager sa propre expérience avec le site de financement Patreon, ainsi que ses meilleurs trucs & astuces afin de démarrer, et maintenir, sa propre page.
These days, all we hear about is how many likes someone got on their latest Instagram post or how many YouTube Subscribers can one get under a month. It feels more and more like a competition and less about the desire to create content.
Marjorie Joasil a connu 2 burn-out au cours de sa carrière. Elle loue à tous de moudre de manière responsable. Elle est maintenant fière propriétaire de Grind Atelier, une école de marketing et de promotion de la marque à Montréal.
Trouvez Marjorie et Grind Atelier > grindatelier.com/fr/
How many times will you be told that you are not good enough to follow your dreams? We sit down with Claudia Comtois to discuss circumstances where people we care about & who are close to us do not support our livelihood decisions, more notably our career and education path.
*This episode is bilingual