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Journeys with the No Schedule Man
56 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Ep. 121: Look, Listen & Live - David Carruthers
David Carruthers is an author, entertainer, motivational speaker and the co-founder of Your House Social Enterprise, a creative 'Social Purpose Corporation' whose goal is to motivate kids and youth through books, shows, festivals, multicultural events, inspirational and educational programs, documentaries and movies all under one roof. David has written many beloved children’s books including “Gordie the Golf Ball,” “Fat Cat, Fat Cat,” “The Bird That Wanted to Fly” and “I Wonder,” among many others.
69 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
Ep. 120: Turning Passion into Profit - Louis Engel
A creative entrepreneur, Louis Engel is the project manager and show host of "Go Produce,” a podcast where he interviews music industry professionals to figure out how they have turned their passions into profit (which is what he's looking to learn how to do). He's also the CEO of “Big Lou Crew” where he makes happy rap music for his Crew.
91 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Ep. 119: Everything is Energy - Hannah Holladay
Hannah Holladay is an intuitive energy healer and coach who combines her training in Reiki, quantum healing, sound healing subconscious reprogramming, and intuitive guidance to support clients. She uses her background as a competitive athlete & holistic health coach to support her clients in taking grounded and practical steps to create balance mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. If you’re the kind of person who is looking to clear old thought patterns, limiting beliefs and energy that are keeping you from moving forward in your life, you will find this discussion fascinating. From finding your 'authentic frequency' to doing your shadow work to 5D and the quantum realm, it’s all touched on in this episode.
66 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
Ep. 118: Hi! (Help Inspyre) - Joe Atang
One might refer to Joe Atang as the "Hi!" Guy. Using a relentlessly positive approach to share his compassionate spirit, Joe has become what some might call a major "influencer" on TikTok. He spreads positivity, shares what he's learning as he goes and has become a valued presence in the lives of a great many people. Joe is the guy who writes the word "Hi" on his hand, a simple gesture that has turned into a benchmark of his personal brand (yes, I did ask him if he's thought about simply tattooing the phrase to his palm permanently). In this conversation, Joe shares how the whole "Hi!" thing started and why he feels the response to it has been so strong. Among the other things we talked about were what got him started on TikTok in the first place and why Gary Vaynerchuk's example has meant so much to him. Joe shared the personal story behind the Bill Withers song, "Lovely Day" and how it became such a staple of what he shares online. He also talked about how he developed the idea of calling people while broadcasting live and what that was like when he first started to do it. Some other things covered in this conversation include: His willingness to move through discomfort in order to learn and achieve something new (and why that's so important). Going from being teased and picked on as a kid to working so hard to encourage and inspire others. What prompted him to start taking cold showers. How he continues to come up with new content ideas to share on video. How often he feels he has to step back, rest and reset. If you're the kind of person would who like more uplifting voices in your life more often, follow Joe Atang. You'll be glad you did.
88 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Ep. 117: What's Worth Caring About - Bryant Chambers
Bryant Chambers is an entrepreneur, activist, speaker, musician, actor, producer, and life & business coach. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for his service leading soldiers in combat during his time in the military. He has also seen success in Fortune 500 Business, entrepreneurship, entertainment, and as a valued presence on social media. As Bryant said near the end of this interview, "I don't care about much." But it's not that Bryant doesn't care. He does. Deeply. It's just that he's pretty specific about what he feels is truly worth caring about. Bryant’s no-nonsense approach as a personal and business coach has connected with millions of viewers online as he pursues his mission to accelerate human cognitive evolution (getting people to think better).
75 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
Ep. 116: For the Love of Music - KADE (Kenneth Wong)
KADE (Kenneth Wong) is a producer, songwriter and half of the EDM duo, Alex Kade who released their debut single, “Found” in 2020. KADE is incredibly skilled at producing hit EDM remixes. He also helps other artists with marketing their music. But most of all, KADE is a relentlessly positive, encouraging and uplifting guy who seems completely committed to the unique and authentic expression of creativity - both from himself and all those he encourages.
66 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Ep. 115: Life as a Professional Cheerleader - Elizabeth Morgan
Elizabeth Morgan is a former professional cheerleader for the NFL’s Buffalo Bills as well as the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tigercats. She is co-Director of the Toronto Argonauts cheerleader alumni and an official member of the NFL alumni. Currently, Elizabeth works as a dance artist-in-residence for local school boards in partnership with the London Arts Council. She is the owner of Expressions Dance Arts and One Eye Entertainment.
86 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Ep. 114: How To Build Community - Michel Neray of momondays
What does “community” mean in this pandemic era, and how do we continue to cultivate it? In this episode, Kevin and Michel Neray (the founder of momondays) discuss the challenges and opportunities of building community and creating genuine human connection online while the current pandemic keeps us from doing so in person at venues such as momondays.
63 minutes | Nov 16, 2020
Ep. 113: How To Overcome Impossible Odds - Steve Bottrill
If you’ve ever doubted yourself and want to believe again, join us for this episode about overcoming impossible odds. At just 22 years old, Steve Bottrill was in a horrific car accident that left him on life support. He was in a coma for 10 days. Steve now says that, while in the coma, he could hear the conversations the doctors were having with his parents. He heard them say he would never walk again or talk again. He heard them say that he would be connected to machines his entire life. He heard them say he would never be 100% again, that he would never go back to school or play sports. Steve says he could hear all of those conversations around him while he was in the coma. For some reason he was determined to prove them wrong. In this episode, you’ll find out what happened, and how you can use the same spirit to overcome whatever challenge you’re looking to overcome.
95 minutes | Nov 10, 2020
Ep. 112: A Recipe For Starting Over - Yoda Olinyk of Yoda's Kitchen
If you've ever questioned your professional path or faced the terror of making life-altering decisions, you will appreciate what Yoda shares in this heartfelt and engaging interview. What Yoda shares here truly is a recipe for starting over. Yoda Olinyk is the chef and owner at Yoda’s Kitchen, a plant-based catering company making healthy food (and vegan doughnuts) from scratch, with local ingredients. Yoda also recently published her cookbook memoir, “Salt and Sour: My Recipe For Starting Over.” The book details her journey into cooking professionally, as well as her journey into opening (and closing) her own restaurant back in 2017. It's a story of soul searching, love, heartache and some recipes too. If you've ever questioned your professional path or faced the terror of making life-altering decisions, you will appreciate what Yoda shares in this heartfelt and engaging interview. What Yoda shares here truly is a recipe for starting over.
57 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
Ep. 111: Becoming an Anti-Racism Coach - Rumina Morris
Rumina Morris is an Anti-Racist Coach who helps leaders understand racism in relation to their organizational culture. She spent most of her career in leadership roles where she developed and sustained inclusive cultures aligned with corporate values. With a background in Social Work, Rumina uses her knowledge of human behaviour and her authentic engagement style to help leaders explore their own biases which may be limiting their ability to effectively lead. This episode of “Journeys with the No Schedule Man” is presented by: ~ Provincial Glass & Mirror - https://www.provincialglass.com/ ~ Mulligan Realty Group - http://www.mulliganrealtygroup.com ~ My REAL Success Pass - http://www.myrealsuccess.ca
74 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
Ep. 110: Breathe Into The Moment - Dorman Baltazar
Breathe into the moment. Whatever it brings. It's easier said than done sometimes, isn't it? Dorman Baltazar is no stranger to challenging times, and learning how to breathe into the moment. In fact, the word "Breathe" has become synonymous with who he is, what he does and even what his businesses have been named. At this time of this podcast discussion, Dorman is a Wholistic Lifestyle Coach who also practices and teaches yoga and meditation. But he wasn't always that way. In this fascinating and heartfelt conversation, Dorman openly shares about his personal and professional journey, with all its twists and turns, including a stint in prison that ended up teaching him the potential power of practicing yoga, mediation and more deeply connecting with the breath. After closing the doors to what was "Breathe Cycle and Yoga Studios" in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (due in large part to the complications and economic strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic) Dorman came into this conversation having just launched his own online platform, "WeBreathe.ca" (http://www.webreathe.ca) Dorman also has published a book of poetry called, "The Journey Within." This podcast conversation will serve as a rich context to either of those two things, as Dorman shares his journey, straight from his heart. Among other things, he openly discussed: ~ What it was like to grow up in Belize, move to Southern California and how he eventually ended up in Western Canada. ~ What initially sparked his interested in racing road bikes and mountain bikes, and how that led to his interest in exploration of yoga and mediation ~ What happened that fundamentally changed his life at 36 years old, and how he managed his way through it without losing heart. ~ How he continues to deepen his awareness, meet new challenges and what he's learned about the power of being able to breathe into the moment. ------------------------------------------- This episode of “Journeys with the No Schedule Man” is presented by: ~ Diamond & Gold Treasures - http://www.diamondzgold.com ~ Provincial Glass & Mirror - https://www.provincialglass.com/ ~ Mulligan Realty Group - http://www.mulliganrealtygroup.com ~ momondays London - http://www.momondays.com/london ~ Trickett Financial - https://www.trickettfinancial.com/
61 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
Ep. 109: How Life Story Coaching Works - Andre Radmall
For the last 20 years, Andre Radmall has worked as a systemic psychotherapist, life coach, dramatherapist and educator. In recent years, he has combined his creative and therapeutic experience to provide a unique approach to coaching. And in this episode of the podcast, Andre shares in-depth how life story coaching works. Andre, who has appeared on the podcast before (in Episode 52) is an international speaker and workshop leader. He is also the author of the books, "Holistic Health" (https://amzn.to/3fc38Ej) and "Insight Into Addiction” (https://amzn.to/2ZaMBuY). As an experienced psychotherapist and coach Andre has developed a unique approach to coaching based on the principles of storytelling. He calls it life story coaching, and he uses it to help his clients experience powerful transformation and positive change in their lives, as you'll hear in this podcast. With life story coaching, Andre harnesses the power of story to enable people to transition into new strengths and possibilities that they may have previously thought impossible. Listen in to this engaging discussion now and find out how he does it!
62 minutes | May 21, 2020
Ep. 108: Positivity Going Global - Cornell Thomas
Cornell Thomas is a speaker, author, coach and creator of the “Positivity Summit,” designed to help unite human beings, regardless of race, religion, political preference, or socioeconomic status. Cornell’s goal has always been to focus on the good in mankind, and not the bad. When the coronavirus first struck one of the first questions Cornell was asked was what he will do about the Summit. His answer: pivot. Instead of holding it in one city, in one country, and in front of a limited audience, he could now make it a global event that everyone from all over the world could see simultaneously. And with that, his Global Online Positive Summit has been born, and is set to take place on May 28 - 30, 2020. We discussed all of this in this episode. Cornell has gathered speakers from all over the world sharing their unique stories, and powerful messages, all in an effort to uplift others and to raise money for a firefighter’s family in his hometown of Passaic, New Jersey. He passed from Covid-19, and is survived by his wife and two children. Come join us for three days of inspiration, wisdom, and hope. To learn more and register for the Summit, go here: http://cornell-thomas.com/positivity-summit/ ------------------------------------------- This episode of “Journeys with the No Schedule Man” is presented by: ~ Diamond & Gold Treasures - http://www.diamondzgold.com ~ Provincial Glass & Mirror - https://www.provincialglass.com/ ~ Mulligan Realty Group - http://www.mulliganrealtygroup.com ~ momondays London - http://www.momondays.com/london ~ Trickett Financial - https://www.trickettfinancial.com/ ~ The Turtle Tribe online coaching community - http://www.theturtletribe.com
68 minutes | May 6, 2020
Ep. 107: Real Estate Life - Ryan Mulligan
Ryan Mulligan is the owner and founder of Mulligan Realty Group, but he’ll be the first to tell you: it’s not about him. A huge part of Ryan’s success has been surrounding himself with great people. He’s been able to do that and has been a part of over 600 real estate sales in just 6 years. Ryan is a great listener with a compassionate heart who genuinely cares about the people he serves. He also has a competitive fire burning inside of him that keeps him growing and learning. We talked about that and much more in this conversation. Among other things, we discussed: ~ Why he originally didn’t want his name to be a part of the name of the business. ~ His original dream, and how it was fueled by a love of sports. ~ Why he was drawn toward real estate as opposed to trying to find the “Next million-dollar idea” ~ How scary and “nerve-wracking” it was for him to get started in business, to the point where he was telling himself, “I can’t do this.” ~ What is a typical day in the life of a real estate agent these days? Is there even such a thing in these challenging times related to COVID-19? ~ How are he and his team adjusting to the “new normal?” ~ What kinds of questions do his clients have in these uncertain times? To connect with Ryan and learn more, visit http://www.mulliganrealtygroup.com This episode of “Journeys with the No Schedule Man” is presented by: ~ Diamond & Gold Treasures - http://www.diamondzgold.com~ Provincial Glass & Mirror - https://www.provincialglass.com/ ~ Mulligan Realty Group - http://www.mulliganrealtygroup.com ~ momondays London - http://www.momondays.com/london ~ Trickett Financial - https://www.trickettfinancial.com/ ~ The Turtle Tribe online coaching community - http://www.theturtletribe.com
79 minutes | Apr 27, 2020
Ep. 106: Moving Through Adversity - Shiva Duddi
What is it that keeps some people going when adversity strikes? Shiva Duddi has an inspiring story to share that includes acclimating to another country, overcoming a cancer diagnosis and completely re-engineering his life when he felt physically, mentally and spiritually out of balance. Shiva, a senior technology leader with years of experience helping some of the leading financial institutions in Canada, is also an entertaining and engaging speaker. And one of the stories he shares is of the first time he did a CN Tower climb (in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) to benefit the United Way, and how that experience led to a near-total life transformation in the years that followed. Among other things, we discussed: ~ What brought him from India to Canada and what that transition was like. ~ Why he feels such a strong connection to the CN Tower. ~ What inspired him to do his first CN Tower climb. ~ What (and who) it was that inspired him to get back up and keep going when he felt he couldn’t possibly go on. ~ What he covered up by putting on a hoodie even after successfully completing his first climb. ~ Why he went back the next year even after promising himself that he would “never do it again.” ~ How he used Inner Engineering to transform his life. ~ What he did after receiving a cancer diagnosis in 2019 and how he managed to complete another CN Tower climb despite the challenge. To connect with Shiva and learn more, visit www.shiva4joy.com For all previous episodes of the podcast please visit and subscribe at http://www.NoScheduleManPodcast.com. This episode of “Journeys with the No Schedule Man” is presented by: ~ Diamond & Gold Treasures - http://www.diamondzgold.com ~ Provincial Glass & Mirror - https://www.provincialglass.com/ ~ Mulligan Realty Group - http://www.mulliganrealtygroup.com ~ momondays London - http://www.momondays.com/london ~ Trickett Financial - https://www.trickettfinancial.com/ ~ The Turtle Tribe online coaching community - http://www.theturtletribe.com
82 minutes | Apr 23, 2020
Ep. 105: Prioritizing Health Proactively - Mark Regan
Mark Regan (aka The “Coach of Champions”) is a certified nutrition specialist and certified strength and conditioning specialist with over 25 years in the fitness and nutrition profession. Over the past 5 years alone, Mark has helped over 500 men, women and children learn how to take back their health. Combined, they have lost over 13,000 lbs and 14,000 inches of fat during his program instruction. Better yet, they learned all of the tools to make this lifestyle a permanent part of their happy life. This conversation with Mark came at a time when many people are struggling with their health (mentally, emotionally and, in some cases, physically) due to the extended lockdown made necessary by COVID-19 and the uncertain road that awaits. Kevin and Mark explored that along with parts of each other’s health-related ups and downs, what they’ve learned and how they've changed. They also shared some ideas of some simple things anyone can do to begin empowering themselves to start building some positive momentum going forward, one little step at a time. Among other things, they discussed: ~ How it’s really about mindset. ~ Why the idea of “embracing the grind” can be dangerous. ~ What happened when he was 5 years old that set the foundation for the passion he has for fitness and lifestyle. ~ Why he kept having to tell himself, “Never again,” and how he finally made that proclamation come true. ~ Focusing on opportunity over challenges. ~ It’s about progress over perfection. ~ How he reacts to the word “diet.” ~ What it means to “teach hormones.” ~ What is the root cause of pretty much any chronic affliction in the body, and what to do about it. To Connect with Mark, visit: www.markjregan.ca For all previous episodes of the podcast please visit and subscribe at http://www.NoScheduleManPodcast.com. This episode of “Journeys with the No Schedule Man” is presented by: ~ Diamond & Gold Treasures - http://www.diamondzgold.com ~ Provincial Glass & Mirror - https://www.provincialglass.com/ ~ Mulligan Realty Group - http://www.mulliganrealtygroup.com ~ momondays London - http://www.momondays.com/london ~ Trickett Financial - https://www.trickettfinancial.com/ ~ The Turtle Tribe online coaching community - http://www.theturtletribe.com
81 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
Ep. 104: Living Life Colorfully - Angela Dacey
Ever thought about the psychology of colour, what the different colours mean, how we can use them to learn more about ourselves and apply them effectively both at home and at work? If so, you'll love this conversation about living life colourfully with Angela Dacey. As Angela has said: "It’s time for YOU to take care of YOU and heal YOUR negative thoughts and feelings. Stop feeling hopeless, heavy-hearted, mentally unclear, emotionally drained and spiritually unconnected." We talked about a lot of that (with me as the guinea pig) and much more. Among other things, we discussed: ~ How thoughts and feelings affect our health ~ How “it’s a lot of work, to work on yourself.” ~ The positives and negatives associated with each of the main colours (e.g., Red positive = Passion | Red negative = fear) ~ Discussion on several real-life scenarios from both Kevin’s life and Angela’s life, how colour has played into it, what they’ve learned about themselves and role colour can play in moving forward. ~ They also created a recipe for the chronically under-achieving Toronto Maple Leafs! Truly, this was a fun and fascinating discussion! We hope you enjoy it. To connect with Angela, visit http://www.livelifecolourfully.com This episode of “Journeys with the No Schedule Man” is presented by: Diamond & Gold Treasures momondays London Mulligan Realty Group Provincial Glass & Mirror Trickett Financial
74 minutes | Apr 14, 2020
Ep. 103: Healing Trauma & A Space to Grow - Chantal Watier
Chantal Watier is the founder of Space to Grow, a healing & teaching lifestyle studio aimed at creating a safe space with the ideal conditions to stimulate each person’s natural healing and growth. Chantal’s scope of practice is in the areas of trauma, addictions and mental health, including the impact of such on the body as well as on relational and family dynamics. At Space to Grow, people can receive counselling, psychotherapy and coaching services as well as participate in multiple classes and workshops. They focus on restoring balance between the emotional, mental, physical and spiritual self while promoting the flow of vitality, so each can grow their capacity to fully engage in life. Among other things, we discussed: ~How we are spirits having a human experience. ~How trauma is the absence of life. ~The collection of experiences Chantal encountered when she was 18 years old that ‘brought her body into shock” and shaped so much of her experience to come. ~Why people told her, for over a decade, “You’re in the wrong line of work,” and what she did about it. ~How ignoring your intuition and call to purpose will “become increasingly uncomfortable until you make the change.” ~Examples from Chantal’s journey of how, “you might not get what you want, but you get what you need.” ~The hidden, subconscious message she received from a series of unfortunate events in the summer of 2019. To connect with Chantal, visit www.spacetogrowstudio.com For all previous episodes of the podcast please visit and subscribe at http://www.NoScheduleManPodcast.com. * * * * This episode of “Journeys with the No Schedule Man” is presented by: ~ Diamond & Gold Treasures - http://www.diamondzgold.com ~ Provincial Glass & Mirror - https://www.provincialglass.com/ ~ Mulligan Realty Group - http://www.mulliganrealtygroup.com ~ momondays London - http://www.momondays.com/london ~ Trickett Financial - https://www.trickettfinancial.com/ ~ The Turtle Tribe online coaching community - http://www.theturtletribe.com
103 minutes | Apr 2, 2020
Ep. 102: Shifting Global Consciousness - Brendon Culliton
Now us much as ever, it sure seems like a fine time for global shift in consciousness. But who's going to lead it? Luckily, I know a guy. Brendon Culliton is the founder and leader of Paradigm Shift Central, a portal for consciousness shifting media and a global team of shifters. In this episode, Brendon joined me to speak at length about both his journey of creating and leading his own paradigm-shifting movement and about his journey into consciousness in general At ParadigmShiftCentral.com, you’ll find featured inspirational content leaders actively helping accelerate the shift in global consciousness through creativity and compassion. Brendon leads by example through a variety of different videos, including meditations, group discussions and collaboration and video blog-type observations, among other things. In addition to his proficiency and video production and online community building, Brendon is just as likely to be found on the streets of London, Ontario offering "free hugs" and/or talking to passersby to encourage their thoughts on a particular subject, many of which will be shared to the collective via video. The result of his effort is seeing others around the world feeling inspired and encouraged by his actions. Many of them put their own ideas and efforts into play as well, and so the global shift in consciousness moves just a little bit more and a little bit more. Among many other things, we discussed: ~ The process of creating his film, "Journey to Lucidity." ~ What led to him becoming so passionate about doing the kind of work he does. ~ When he first became aware that there was even a "paradigm" that needed "shifting," and how he knew he was meant to be involved. ~ His concept of "Radical non-worriness." ~ The human tendency to gravitate toward what we think needs to happen vs what needs to happen. To connect with Brendon and learn more, visit www.paradigmshiftcentral.com Become a “leading member” supporting Brendon visit www.patreon.com/BrendonCulliton For all previous episodes of the podcast please visit and subscribe at http://www.NoScheduleManPodcast.com. This episode of “Journeys with the No Schedule Man” is presented by: ~ Diamond & Gold Treasures - http://www.diamondzgold.com ~ Provincial Glass & Mirror - https://www.provincialglass.com/ ~ Mulligan Realty Group - http://www.mulliganrealtygroup.com ~ momondays London - http://www.momondays.com/london ~ Trickett Financial - https://www.trickettfinancial.com/ ~ The Turtle Tribe online coaching community - http://www.theturtletribe.com
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