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Curiosity And Co-operation

In 2009, husband-and-wife team, Corin and Brian Mullins, started an artisan cereal business with just $129. Since then, they’ve grown it into a profitable multi-million dollar company. Holy Crap is a gluten-free, vegan, certified organic breakfast cereal made in Gibsons, British Columbia.
Brian and Corin share how they turned their idea into a reality with curiosity and cooperation.

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Real Success On His Own Terms

Mark Tewksbury is the star athlete who burst out of the water at the Barcelona Olympics; an Olympic Champion with gold, silver and bronze medals in hand, inductions into three major Halls of Fame, and a cover appearance on TIME magazine. He grew into the leader who...

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A Winning Combination

Author and advocate of financial literacy Sharon Lechter explains how passion and talent alone aren't enough for success Sharon Lechter is the founder of Pay Your Family First, a financial education organization, and YOUTHpreneur, an organization that teaches young...

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Back In The Ring

After two decades leading the unrivalled band Our Lady Peace, Raine Maida proves that no battle is too long if you stay true to your passion For the past twenty years, Raine Maida has been the front man of Our Lady Peace (OLP), one of the biggest, bestselling bands in...

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Ben & Jerry’s Recipe For Success

I understand you studied to become a doctor and thought yourself destined for medical school. When that didn’t unfold as planned, how did you skip into ice cream? Well, after being rejected (laughter), from so many medical schools, I got a job as a lab technician in a...

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Poke The Box

I think it’s really valuable to have a discussion about how the market is shifting and changing. There’s no doubt that’s the reality we all face as entrepreneurs; we need to be able to shift within our own markets and adjust accordingly. So why don’t you talk to me...

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Have The Audacity To Be Remarkable

What fears of your own did you have to lean into in order to complete your recent book, Linchpin? The biggest fear was the fear of blowing it, of alienating a hard won audience. The second fear was in not living up to the opportunity, of writing something small or not...

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The “Why” Behind Wikipedia

The first question I wanted to ask you is whether or not you remember the moment that you began to dream about a website that would give free access to knowledge available at the speed of news? Can you remember when that came to be? Was it driving? In the shower? When...

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