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Neely and Bruno, the masterminds behind Bluebonnet Culinary chat with us about their road to each other and Bluebonnet. With Neely in the business development role and Bruno cooking up all the delicious flavours (can confirm), this duo shows how hard work, dedication, and just being good and hilarious people will always lead to success. Support the…
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If you never listen to another episode of HipNation, make this the one you do. Trish Hurtubise talks to us about her venture into solving crimes for Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women through DNA testing and ribbon skirts. Her message and her works are SO important. Indigenetics Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/Indigenetics?ref=shop_sugg_ma…
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GUESS WHO'S BAAAACK! For episode 1 of Season 2, one of our favorite past guests is back! Bree Harrison is our first guest to be suckered into coming back and talking to us again! This time, we get into the nitty gritty world of love in the workplace among many other "finding yourself" topics. Also-listen for a special promo from Jenny at Xposed Mom…
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One of the coolest cats we've talked to is Nathan Penner of One Eye Shut Media. When he's not busy doing Jackass-esque stunts and videos, he's got his own company doing all sorts of really rad things such as social media, for the last 8 years, photography, and video/film-making. He went to Capliano U for film and walked away with his diploma and re…
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Liam Peyton takes us through is wild ride of becoming a business owner. His roots are in England, but he's very much living the Canadian dream being part owner of a brewery called Slackwater. About Liam: Moved to Canada from Birmingham, England in 2008. Lived and worked in Whistler, BC for 7 years at the Longhorn. Founded Whistler & Kelowna Beer Fe…
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Kaish Carloni gives us a peek inside her life starting out in trades training and now being groomed to take over the family business. About Kaish: I was born and raised in Penticton, B.C. After graduating from Pen high Secondary School, I took some time to travel Africa. I eventually returned to Penticton and became curious about working in trades …
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This episode should have you cry-laughing...or at least it did us. Duane Jacobs is a very successful business owner and has seen and experienced a lot of this world. Listen in on him telling his story with Jenny and Sarah. About Duane: Born in South Africa, raised in Vancouver, he is a sign shop owner/operator. New to Penticton, he left his very su…
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A truly inspiring episode, taking a look into the world of a young entrepreneur, Cam Betts, as he navigates his way through taking over and successfully running a business that has been in his business for generations. Cam's bio: Owner of Betts Electric and Security, graduated UVIC with a major in economics and minor in business. Born and raised in…
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Kevin and I dive into Hollie Tayal (aka Hollie, The Great)'s world this week. Warning: This episode gets emotional. Hollie is such an accomplished young entrepreneur and just having her in the same room as us is humbling. Listen to her words of wisdom! This is also the last of the four episodes that contain the codeword to the Code Word Contest to …
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Public figure and celebrity Bree Harrison (from episodes 7-10 of Discovery's Gold Rush) graces us with her presence to talk about women in trades and everything that goes with it. Darrell and Sarah get into the nitty gritty of working with your hands with Bree as she explains that she is an advocate for women and getting more women into trades and …
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Julie Turner joins me this week with special co-host Jenny Popoff. The three of us all suffer from Impostor Syndrome and we talk about what it is, who has it, and strategies to overcome it. Julie's bio: I am a scooter driving, passion pursuing, curiosity curator, serenity seeking, salt junky, and owner, operator of oGoFloat. I compassionately hold …
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Darrell Richards joins Sarah this week to welcome special guest Tracy Van Raes as we dive into the world of community relations and how and why it is so important to the growth and evolvement of any business. Tracy's bio: I have lived in the South Okanagan for 35 years. I am the Manager of Marketing and Community Relations at Total Restoration wher…
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This week, Darrell Richards graces us with his presence this week. Darrell is one of the coolest cats around. He is often seen toting a bandana, beard, and a bike. But behind that badass appearance is one helluva good dude. Darrell takes us through his past growing up on a farm and being involved in his community all the way to his lifestyle now an…
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Award-winning special guest Francesca Amante talks about coming from loss and blossoming into a beautiful soul who is caring, successful, and extremely persistent. We dive deep into others' expectations of us and finding our true selves in order to succeed in life and business. Bio: Francesca Amante is a luxury homes Real Estate agent in with Amant…
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Top business coach, Kris Sigmeth, talks to us about important tips for keeping a level head, a balanced book, and a strong goal plan. Kris' bio: I grew up in the business of farming and wasn't shy to throw in a lemonade stand or two along the way. I began my coaching career early on with a national weightloss chain, spending a decade not only helpi…
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Discussing things that all startups should consider before starting a business, and talking about all the struggles and wins of being in the midst of a startup. Special guest cohost: Kevin Smith Special guest: Nicole Clark About Nicole: Nicole Clark has been training and coaching small business owners and entrepreneurs since 1986 as they launch or …
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