Rise up, inspiring, socially aware, entrepreneurs-your weekly connection to how we can make a positive impact for the common good.

Back on Sunday August 29th at 9 am, we launched phase one of RiSE.

The podcast geared to inspiring, empowering and encouraging the “Entrepreneurial” spirit.

The podcast that can bring positive change to the world.

The podcast that defends the small business owner, creativity, new ideas, problem solving, independent critical thinking, finding a new path and way with passion and some blood sweat and tears to make it happen!

Each week, we will feature great guests who are making a difference for good.

Whether it is how we do business, leading at work, making communities stronger, eradicating poverty and touting abundance, or new ways to heal and be healthy, or empowering youth to be all they can be and learning from our elders, this show is a journey of ideas, solutions and new thinking that has create a “Vision” for where and who we want to be!

On August 29th, 9 am join us!

Join us for weekly 30 minute podcast/posts and grow with us as we expand into a radio show, and onto other podcast sites and live events that bring community together, to learn, collaborate and grow!

To find us on YouTube, click here…


Or on Mix Cloud…find us here!


(Website forthcoming)

For more watch our promo video below!

Week 1: Guest Galina Bershteyn talks about her journey with her business, life and a new start in Costa Rica.

Here is the link to listen to the audio version on our Mix Cloud page:

Week 2: We explore the idea of Love thy Neighbour as you would thyself with author, pastor, and the founder of the Grace Bomb Movement, Pat Linnell joins us to share how we can do little acts of kindness to pick up someone’s spirits. Here is the link to this episode:

Week 3: Rachael Thompson is ouir guest as we talk about how to move past fear and let go of beliefs that impede us living our true courageous lives. Hint: (spoiler alert, don’t watch Main Stream News). It is a compelling show, please enjoy!

Week 4: We may need to grow our own vegetables and come together more in community, guest Sarah Fenix shares how Eco-Homesteader is creating communities of closeness, people coming together to help one another and assist us to lead healthier, more connected lives moving into the future.

To join this online community as well, please log onto https://spectrum.ecohomesteader.ca/home/…here you can connect to community and live in a way that is truer to our nature…

Enjoy the show!

Week 5: We talk Trauma with coach, social worker and speaker Cheryl Martin. We talk about her healing journey and how she managed to overcome or manage her trauma’s. It affects us in all aspects of life, from how we engage with others, to how we practices self-care, our work/businesses, managing people, our families and evenhow we manage money.

This show is rich in ideas and ways to begin to heal.

Week 6: Emmy Rousseau talks Mental Health for Entrepreneurs and how we can move forward powerfully.

It is an important topic and please engage with the content.

Week 7:

How can we help our youth and teens, cope with stress, anxiety, change, bullying and social pressures of the day?Tune into RiSE the podcast as we go one on one with author, minfulness facilator, teacher and coach, Jennifer Green.We talk about how we can help our kids find calm, grounding and centred-ness.Simply click here to listen in!

Week 8: Our guest this week is Colleen Lindberg. Colleen is a coach, speaker, author, intuitive and in this episode we talk about being “Aligned” in how you run your business and in tune with your intuition, where you feel your way into running your venture.

Alignment, trusting your inner voice/intuition, proactive versus reactive, these are some of the topics Colleen and I discuss to help you get the most out of your venture.


Week 9: Rise the podcast:

We go one-on-one with Ralph MacLeod and Tracy Shea-Porter as wer talk about their amazing transformational work in leading corporate Improv workshops for organizations who want to raise the vibe at work.

Improv helps spur on creativity, enhances communications, improves employee engagement and inspires the team at work to share ideas freely and openly.

Yes Unlimited and the Socap theatre are doing amazing work in the area of bringing a little more fun to the workplace and to life as well as enhancing how we can have access to a new way of relating and honouring one another.

Enjoy the show!

Log onto www.yesunlimited.ca to learn more about Tracy and Ralph

Week 11: Sufferring from Burn Out? Here’s how you can face it and be real with your clients, stakeholders and team, to help you get your mojo back. Dwania Peele, shares her journey and she is candid, real and compassionate about it! Enjoy Week 11’s Show!

Week 12’s show is up…and wee go one-on-one with Rob Anderson, business consultant, videographer, story teller and one superb young man! W talk about bringing spiritual practices into play in how we do business and trust me it is the only way to do business moving forward!

Enjoy the show!