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The Mountain Life Podcast
45 minutes | Feb 22, 2019
Nancy O’Hare | Author, Writer & World Inspirational Traveller
Nancy O'Hare https://media.blubrry.com/mountainlife/content.blubrry.com/mountainlife/TMLP-Nancy-O_Hare-121218_mp3.mp3 Facebook Twitter Linkedin Nancy O’Hare is the Author, Writer and World Traveller who has visited over seventy countries and lived across five continents. O’Hare coupled nearly twenty-year career in finance with her passion for diverse cultures, which propelled her to seek out unique experiences. Nancy and her husband have transitioned from a corporate career to pursue their creative pursuits and explore our planet. Finally, reaching to the greatest and writing up two fantastic books – “Dust in My Pack” & “Searching for Unique”. Show Notes 1:00- Short introduction to Nancy. Jason starts with asking Nancy on how she landed in Bow Alley. Nancy explains that several things made her and her husband coming back to Calmore; culture, medical system, being close to the airport.3:27 – Nancy talks through how she coped with being new to writing and how the local library and Canmore writing group helped in reaching the literature and giving feedback.5:16 – Jason dives more into Nancy’s background and having spent 18 years living abroad. Nancy talks us through her financial background, her first step abroad was atransfer over to Australia to work for Deloitte, one of the biggest corporate companies in the world. She then after went to Asia, Africa and the UK.8:37 – Nancy continues on her travelling experiences. She mentions that interactions with people helped her in her career development and reaching the places she aimed to. Nancy then spent a few months in Ecuador, Qatar and ended up living in Oman.10:35 – Nancy shares her further international travelling related stories. Her next adventure was in Switzerland. Nancy punches line saying that all that travelling and living in different countries set up her writing passion.14:18 – Nancy says that her and her husband wanted that flexibility and desire of having control of the energy spent day-by-day. Nancy had the outgoing desire to go the different path and finally decided to dive into writing about dynamic, fun and travel-related stuff.15:53 – Break to talk about our sponsor, the E=MC2 CoWork space in Canmore. Check us out with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for wind down Fridays.18:22 – Jason asks Nancy about her transition into travel writing and passion to do so.22:28 – The whole of Nancy’s and her husband world travelling journey sounds like a dream. Jason puts a question to Nancy about where it all comes from, what was the focal point of starting this way of living. Nancy explains that it was her father, who travelled a lot for business, who implanted the desire to do so as well as a passion for challenges and exotic cultures.26:23 – Jason shares his experience on building network abroad while travelling. People are afraid to get to know you closer as of fact that they know you are going to leave.29:10 – Jason asks Nancy about her actual life in Bow Alley. Nancy is much focused on writing at the moment while still looking for occasions to travel.31:02 – Jason mentions the two publications of Nancy asking on motives for writing them. Nancy talks through her two books and touches on different chapters containing different experiences.36:18 – Jason asks Nancy talk on how she established an idea of starting to writing. Nancy shares her motives, advice and challenges she appointed.41:05 – Jason and Nancy discuss future plans. Nancy thinks it probably will be travelling and writing while commenting that “time will show”. Stay tuned for more! In this Episode Book Writing Finance Career Travelling the World Intense life-living Travel Writing Self-publishing “Dust in My Pack” by Nancy O’Hare “Searching for Unique” by Nancy O’Hare Mentioned E=MC2 – Coworking Space in Canmore Nancy’s website Latest book release: Searching for Unique Goodreads The post Nancy O’Hare | Author, Writer & World Inspirational Traveller first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
2 minutes | Nov 27, 2018
Jane Sullivan | Coordinator and Primo Elf
Jane Sullivan https://media.blubrry.com/mountainlife/content.blubrry.com/mountainlife/TMLP-Jane-Sullivan-112718_mp3.mp3 Jane Sullivan is a Coordinator & Primo Elf for the Christmas Spirit Campaign. Jane shares her experience on getting involved and encourages residents of our community to take pride in volunteering and consider helping those in need during the Christmas season. Show Notes 1:04 – Jane develops on her life and career background. Jane shares her thoughts on moving from Toronto to Canmore and ongoing desire to develop her career in tourism hospitality.6:00 – Jason asks Jane on her ways of coping with work activities and family life when she moved to Alberta. Jane thinks that Alberta is a really good place to look for work opportunities. The town has a lot to offer9:14 – Jane talks about her working and volunteering life in Canmore. Jane does event coordination on a contract basis and has been very involved in the Bow Valley Christmas Spirit campaign.13:25 – Jane talks more about the campaign she is working on at the moment as it incorporates personal values with professional life. She encourages listeners to volunteer or help financially. Volunteering for the program provides a great opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge16:55 – Jason reflects on Christmas, being a time of the year when we feel more sensitive and concerned for the needs of others.17:35 – Jane develops more on families who are in need and ways on how the community helps. 19:30 – There are several ways of helping: either by nominating the family that needs support or by direct support. Jane adds up and, again, puts huge pressure on involving into volunteering; fantastic volunteering example of school people delivering Christmas gifts to families (a dedicated Christmas gift-giving programme which focuses on connecting different generations by helping, donating, giving, sharing).22:56 – Jane talks on favourite ways of spending time while being semi-retired. Jane is much into cycling, skiing and of course walking and hiking.24:50 – Huge thanks and words of appreciation to Jane for the commitment, thoughts on her work on the Christmas Spirit Campaign. In this Episode Tourism hospitalityVolunteeringOlympics activitiesLooking for career opportunitiesContract workEvent planningBow Alley Christmas Spirit CampaignCharitable WorkHelping families in the Bow Valley Mentioned E=MC2 – Coworking Space in CanmoreChristmas Spirit CampaignJane’s email address The post Jane Sullivan | Coordinator and Primo Elf first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
36 minutes | Nov 8, 2018
Kymberley Hill | PR and Communications Director
Kymberley Hill https://media.blubrry.com/mountainlife/content.blubrry.com/mountainlife/TMLP-Kymberley-Hill-110718_mp3_mp3.mp3 Facebook Twitter Linkedin Kymberley Hill is a PR and Communications professional who runs a small Public Relations and Communications Company in Bow Alley. Being well-established PR expert in Northern England she decided to move into Calgary where she feels very passioned about the actual commitments. Kym is a life-enthusiast and adventure-seeker who adores getting creative to join the dots between brand and consumer. Show Notes 1:32 – Introduction of Kymberley Hill. Kim moved from Northern England to Canada and after so many years in the country, she definitely finds Bow Alley as a place to be. She goes into more detail about thinking on career opportunities and daily lifestyle in the Bow Alley. 6:11 – Jason and Kym talk further on the work & culture differences between London and Calgary. Kym compares different approaches to work, daily lifestyle habits, human relations. 12:34 – Kym develops more on her work in the Bow Alley. She runs a small Communications company where she focuses on PR communications brand storytelling. 14:08 – Kym and Jason talk on the client base and companies Kym works with. She tells us how much she enjoys working with ‘leisure businesses’ incorporating lodging, hospitality, tourism, restaurants overall. 17:29 – Break to talk about our sponsor, the E=MC2 CoWork space in Canmore. Check us out with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for wind down Fridays. 18:22 – Kym discusses the shift towards a focus on travelling. Jason and Kym develop on the different travel experiences and differences in being a tourist and a traveller. 21:46 – Jason asks Kym on her last year lesson and what she learnt over the past time while living in Bow Alley. 25:40 – Kym comments on her decision of moving from a big city into the Rockies. 31:17 – Kym dives into outdoor activities she is into. She tells that the biggest secret is an actual desire to go out and do something. She lists all the bunch of Alberta activities including visits in Kananaskis Nordic Spa. 35:20 – Get in touch with Kym via e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org In this Episode Communications Public Relations Work and Travel Tourism and Travelling Canadian culture Adventuring Mentioned E=MC2 – Coworking Space in Canmore Paper Road Communications Co. email@example.com The post Kymberley Hill | PR and Communications Director first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
43 minutes | Nov 7, 2018
Rachael Meckling | Fashion Illustrator and Designer
Rachael Meckling https://media.blubrry.com/mountainlife/content.blubrry.com/mountainlife/TMLP-Rachael-Meckling-110718_mp3.mp3 Instagram Rachael Meckling is an illustrator & designer with a focus on fashion communication and graphic design. She is full-time freelance fashion artist, designer & live Illustrator (portrait Sketcher). Rachael shares her rebellious life & work story in the most humblest, kindest of ways. Show Notes 2:30 – Jason asks Rachael to describe her vocation. Rachael talks about her work as a fashion illustrator, painter and graphic designer4:07 – Rachael describes sources she takes inspiration from. She loves drawing faces but most favourite is drawing clothing and fabrics8:44 – Jason and Rachael talk about what it’s like to have an agent and the role they can play to help artists with their business. Rachael describes how her agent works with her, works with clients, and helps in many aspects related to Rachel’s business.13:20 – Jason asks Rachael to describe how her daily routine looks like. Rachael shares her daily habits and set-up each day.16:24 – Rachael talks about why fashion illustration makes sense for her living in the mountains rather than a cosmopolitan environment21:08 – Rachael and Jason discuss on the correlation health and well being being surrounded in nature.23:08 – Break to talk about our sponsor, the E=MC2 CoWork space in Canmore. Check us out with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for wind down Fridays.25:38 – Rachael shares details on working on commission projects. She touches on pricing her work explaining that working with her agent has allowed her to properly value her work.31:55 – Rachael talks about how she balances out the commissioned work with her own projects. Rachael gives us her strategy of being just a little bit rebellious allows her to switch between client work and personal work.35:50 – Rachael shares her favourite ways of spending time outside. It’s just healing being outdoors and it has lots of advantages in her opinion. In this Episode Fashion design or illustrationFreelance workPortrait sketchingArtCreativityWorking in styleHow to stay motivated and creative Mentioned E=MC2 – Coworking Space in CanmoreRachel’s Website The post Rachael Meckling | Fashion Illustrator and Designer first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
34 minutes | Nov 2, 2018
Justin Deoliveira | Software Developer
Justin Deoliveira https://media.blubrry.com/mountainlife/content.blubrry.com/mountainlife/TMLP-Justin-Deoliveira-110118_mp3.mp3 Justin Deoliveira is a Software Developer and Engineer passionate about the computer science industry. Justin has a great story – working and travelling as well as setting up his own consulting business. Justin landed in Canmore where he feels his heart resonates the most. He shares his thoughts on work-life balance, living in the Bow Valley and his mountain biking adventures. Show Notes 1:39 – Jason asks Justin on his career path background. Justin tells us how he set up a company with a friend and his general career trajectory.4:40 – Jason and Justin discuss on the joy of living in Canmore and its appealing aspects. Justin talks more about the software industry and his his experience with a start-up.11:40 – We find out on how Justin landed on software development and how he worked and travelled at the same time.17:21 – Break to talk about our sponsor, the E=MC2 coworking space in Canmore. Check us out with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for wind down Fridays.19:47 – Jason asks Justin on his next career steps and areas of computer science that he was to learn more about. Justin biggest challenge now is balancing work, kids and learning new things.21:50 – Justin shares his experience on work-related matters; working with clients, looking for new clients/relying on present ones. Justin has established good relationships in the E=MC2 coworking space and is a big fan of the coworking model.25:53 – Jason and Justin talk on the outdoors. Justin enjoys mountain biking or skiing being surrounded by family. Justin is a member of LMBA – Local Mountain Bike Association where has also volunteered his time and talents. In this Episode DevelopmentSoftware EngineeringStart upsWorking and travellingFreelance lifePersonal developmentMountain biking Mentioned E=MC2 – Coworking Space in CanmoreIMBA Canada – International Mountain Bicycling Associationhello@juiceware.ioJuiceware The post Justin Deoliveira | Software Developer first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
30 minutes | Oct 25, 2018
Leigh Ann Betts | Inspirational Leader and Soulful Entrepreneur
Leigh Ann Betts Facebook Twitter Linkedin https://media.blubrry.com/mountainlife/content.blubrry.com/mountainlife/TMLP-Leigh-Ann-Betts-102318_mp3.mp3 Leigh Ann Betts is an Inspirational Leader and Soulful Entrepreneur with a mission to change the world through feminine leadership and entrepreneurship. Leigh Ann is also the Canmore Branch Director for Happy Healthy Women. Here, she leads a group of entrepreneurial women based on the philosophy that Happiness + Health = Success + Wealth. Show Notes 2:07 – Leigh Ann Betts talks about how her career progressed. She tells the story on how she landed into a mission to help, inspire and transform women’s’ lives. 4:20 – Leigh Ann goes into more detail, how she established her vision and to help people. Leigh Ann explains her curiosity and passion in the field as well as a desire to influence others for inspirational change. 7:44 – Jason and Leigh Ann discuss further on breaking up barriers in being focused on passion and interests. Leigh Ann comments that it’s all about trusting ourselves and finding evidence on what we believe. You create the life you love by making over your mindset. 10:50 – Leigh Ann talks about her core programs “Declutter Your Life 30 Day Challenge” and “Design Your Life 90 Day Coaching Program” mentioning it’s vital to slow down and focus on physical, mental and spiritual components of oneself. 14:30 – Break to talk about our sponsor, the E=MC2 CoWork space in Canmore. Check us out with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for the wind-down Fridays. 17:00 – Leigh Ann talks further on education and self-discovering everybody’s potential to create the life of desire and the need to go where you want to go. Leigh Ann points out that the right tools are key for us to make a change. 20:11 – Jason steps into the methods and ways in which people can experience all the good practices Leigh Ann has to offer. Leigh Ann introduces Happy Healthy Women Canmore Branch which embraces the community rooted in happiness, health and success.23:04 – Leigh Ann discusses her reasons for choosing Canmore to join and develop community here. 25:33 – Leigh Ann covers her outdoor pursuits and her desire to try new things. We also talk about how living in Canmore has an advantage – we have a variety of meet-up groups and different activities that are specific to our region. 27:47 – Jason asks Leigh Ann about her goals for 2019 and upcoming initiatives. 28:50 – Ways to connect with Leigh Ann. Make sure you go into https://leighannbetts.com/boost-your-energy to receive a free gift! In this Episode Feng Shui Life Coaching Business Feminine Leadership Entrepreneurship Happy Healthy Women Happiness Health and Success Mentioned E=MC2 – Coworking Space in Canmore Leigh Ann Betts Happy Healthy Women, Canmore – Meet up Happy Healthy Women, Canmore – Facebook page Happy Healthy Women – Official Webpage The post Leigh Ann Betts | Inspirational Leader and Soulful Entrepreneur first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
33 minutes | Oct 21, 2018
Cindy Zechel | Wildwood Physiotherapy
Cindy Zechel Envelope After having travelled many places across Canada and the great north, Cindy and her family settled in Canmore. Cindy is the sole proprietor of Wildwood Physiotherapy and an expert in her practice of both Western and Eastern approaches to her practice. Cindy’s goal as a Physiotherapist is to maximize the function of the body while educating the community. Show Notes 1:35 – Introduction of Cindy. Cindy tells the story on making the final decision of moving into Canmore and establishing a business there. 6:21 – Jason inquiries Cindy about other reasons for moving into Bow Alley. Cindy admits that Canmore was a place they loved from the very beginning and decided it is going to be the right and final move. 10:12 – Jason asks Cindy about her career and professional background. Cindy’s goal as a Physiotherapist is to maximize the function of the body. 13:38 – Cindy talks about a proactive approach to body health, giving reasons why prevention is better than curation. Cindy continues on her mission in educating the community in the field. She is really passioned and in love with the job! 14:32 – Break to talk about our sponsor, the E=MC2 CoWork space in Canmore. Check us out with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for wind down Fridays. 17:00 – Cindy lists advantages on working on her own such as flexibility and ability to spend more time with each client. It’s very important that the client receives good value for the money and time they have spent on treatments. 19:13 – Cindy leads us through different approaches to Physiotherapy adding that blending therapies is what defines her treatments. 23:02 – Jason asks Cindy about advice on reaching her services and reasons upon choosing the right treatments she offers. 26:50 – Jason and Cindy talk about modality and machine-treatments in Physiotherapy. 27:38 – Jason describes his experience with physiotherapy after suffering a sports injury. 28:50 – Cindy shares the joy of having work-life balance in Canmore and mentions all favourite outdoor activities for her and her family. 32:15 – Best ways to reach Cindy: Wildwood Physiotherapy website, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone/text: 403-493-0406. In this Episode Physiotherapy Acupuncture Western medicine Eastern medicine Proactive approach Physiotherapy education Healthcare Home practice Modalities in therapy Mentioned E=MC2 – Coworking Space in Canmore Wildwood Physiotherapy The post Cindy Zechel | Wildwood Physiotherapy first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
41 minutes | Oct 10, 2018
Chris Picek | Chef
Chef Picek Instagram Chris Picek is the head chef at Tapas, a Spanish restaurant in Canmore. Chris talks about how he gave up on the culinary scene for a short time but then rekindled his love for cooking when joining James and Wendy at Tapas, a leading restaurant in the Bow Valley. His view on the restaurant industry and food is both refreshing and real. Show Notes 0:19 – Introduction of Chris Picek, a who is passionate simply by feeding people with a good food being Head Chef & Executive for ‘Tapas’ in Canmore.1:15 – Jason asks Chris about his history and background. Chris was born in Northern Canada but decided to leave home base and travel Europe when finally came back to Calgary to settle up.5:12 – Jason and Chris talk further on the job, commuting aspects, lifestyle decisions and distanced relationship. Chris admits that living in a different city than his partner is a sacrifice, believing that sometimes you have to take a long way around to get to where you are going.9:04 – Jason asks about Chris’ reasons behind coming to Canmore. Chris shares his story on following the desire to find the right fit and the opportunity at ‘Tapas’.10:38 – Jason inquiries about the restaurant, asking Chris about major factors that pulled Chris to make the change. Chris appreciated the honesty and natural-sense of the owners and the restaurant itself.15:17 – Chris gives us more details on the food business in Canmore, philosophy and challenges in being in cooking in the region. Chef Picek appreciates the total freedom on the menu and the food. The key is using the best ingredients and sourcing great materials from known places.19:25 – Break to talk about our sponsor, the E=MC2 CoWork space in Canmore. Check us out with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for wind down Fridays.22:05 – Jason and Chris talk on why a good food place has a positive impact on building community touching on the local ingredients import economy.26:08 – Jason asks Chris on the business cooking areas he is looking to explore and further testing plans on the menu.28:27 – Jason puts a question to Chris about his break on the career path and coming back. Chris comments that he realized it’s more than just a job, it’s a vocation and this was calling him more than anything else.31:09 – Chris talks through his time off work and ways of spending it, most often with dogs in the parks!33:16 – Jason asks Chris about what is this big thing about cooking for him. It is training, mentorship and leadership while treating people as they should be treated. In this Episode Culinary artsCookingChefsRestaurant industryTesting foodGrowing / Buying localTraining and mentorship Mentioned E=MC2 – Coworking Space in CanmoreTapas The post Chris Picek | Chef first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
28 minutes | Oct 2, 2018
Melissa Mauriello | Pharmacist
Melissa Mauriello is a pharmacist and travel clinic specialist who is passionated about helping the community. Melissa has always known where her career path should go and after studying pharmacy in Australia she came back to Canada to work for a newly opened pharmacy in Canmore. Melissa talks about taking a proactive approach to health through education and of course her love for the Canmore community. Be Sure to Listen if You are Interested in: PharmacyCommunityEducationHealthcareHelping peopleTravel ClinicNeedle Exchange Program Show Notes 0:17 – Introduction of Melissa Murillo and her background. Melissa is a pharmacist in Canmore, passionate about community and being a resource to educate and help.1:47 – Melissa continues on her story mentioning she always wanted to be a pharmacist. After finishing a degree in Australia she came back to Canada together with Mario, her husband, to work for a newly opened pharmacy in Canmore.4:50 – Melissa details on what living in Canmore looks like for them; having roommates keeps them sociable and happy.7:57 – Jason asks Melissa about the job opportunity that came up at Mint Health+Drugs Canmore.9:56 – Jason brings up Melissa’s ongoing desire to be a pharmacist. Melissa dives into her passion to help others by getting to know them better and helping with any ongoing health issues.11:38 – Break to talk about our sponsor, the E=MC2 CoWork space in Canmore. Check us out with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for wind down Fridays.14:05 – Jason asks Melissa about the work in pharmacy, its mission and values, and current healthcare projects. Melissa touches on a different approach she is taking and even tackling controversial topics people might want to talk through and get some help with. Melissa elaborates on the Needle Exchange Program which she currently develops.18:57 – Melissa walks us through her future career plans and opportunities to improve health in the community; international travelling is key when it comes to advising on healthcare.21:18 – Jason and Melissa discuss on the outdoors also summer and winter hobbies.26:00 – Connect with the Pharmacy on Facebook and Twitter @mintcanmore People, Places, and Events Mentioned E=MC2 – Coworking Space in CanmoreMint Health + DrugsTravel ClinicThe post Melissa Mauriello | Pharmacist first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
38 minutes | Sep 26, 2018
Tara Koenig | Yoga Instructor | CYAN
Tara Koenig is known as an authentic various yoga styles teacher, passionate about connection, creation and community development in Canmore. Tara talks about how important the 18 – 35 year-old demographic is to the Bow Valley and her work with Canmore Young Adults Network (CYAN). Be Sure to Listen if You are Interested in: YogaTeaching YogaVolunteeringTrainingConnectionCreationCommunityCanmore Young Adults Network (CYAN)Affordable Living Show Notes 0:43 – Introduction of Tara Koenig. Tara’s gives her background and her reasons for choosing the Bow Valley as home.4:24 – Tara continues talking about moving into Banff and opportunities that came along with yoga teacher training.5:19 – Tara about BanffLIFE programme being about integrating young adults into the mountain community and education on the special circumstances that come along with living in a National Park.6:57 – Jason and Tara discussing connection aspects touching on making friends locally and globally.7:53 – Tara talks about her passion for yoga, different styles she teaches and career progression.12:57 – Jason asks Tara about life in Banff and how it could be compared with living in Canmore. Tara describes Banff as a more tourist destination with a higher level of energy within the town; Canmore feels more spread out with less touristic tension although larger town population.16:05 – Break to talk about our sponsor, the E=MC2 CoWork space in Canmore. Check us out with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for wind down Fridays.19:51 – Jason brings up the Canmore Young Adult Network organization and asks about its role in the community. Tara continues talking about its mission, values and services offered by the organization.28:27 – Jason asks Tara for her personal motivation that connects her to the community in CYAN.29:56 – Tara details on how to connect with the organization. There are different ways to help and get involved; take part in CYAN events and reach out to the community members.34:04 – Jason and Tara discuss the outdoor activities in Bow Alley asking Tara about her and her partners’ hobbies and interests.36:29 – Tara encourages to connect with the organization on Instagram and Facebook @cyancanmore or search for Canmore Young Adult Network; Direct connection with Tara on social media profiles: @TaraKoenig People, Places, and Events Mentioned BanffLIFEE=MC2 – Coworking Space in CanmoreCYAN (Canmore Young Adults Network)CYAN Facebook PageCYAN Instagram The post Tara Koenig | Yoga Instructor | CYAN first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
44 minutes | Sep 11, 2018
Mike Petroff | Singer Songwriter
Mike Petroff is a singer-songwriter who moved to the Bow Valley in 1978. Mike has an incredible history with Canmore. He started and grew a successful construction company here, but as of late, wrote a song called “The Night the Cougar Roared” that tells the story of the 2013 flood. Mike is a key part […] The post Mike Petroff | Singer Songwriter first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
38 minutes | Jun 22, 2018
Trish Tutton | Mindfulness Teacher
Trish Tutton has been in the Bow Valley for just over seven years and she has something incredible to share with all of us about mindfulness. As a yoga and meditation instructor, she talks about how she has brought mindfulness strategies to the corporate world. We cover her story, her business, and talk a little […] The post Trish Tutton | Mindfulness Teacher first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
31 minutes | Jun 8, 2018
Misty Kendal | Sommelier
Misty Kendal and her husband James have lived in the Bow Valley for quite some time and have had a number of wonderful experiences working in hospitality in some of the most coveted places in Canada. Misty talks about her work life, raising a family, and of course, wine. LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE: Raising a […] The post Misty Kendal | Sommelier first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
35 minutes | May 27, 2018
Matt Brosnan | Canmore River Adventures
Matt left England to teach how to ski and I guess you can say it snowballed from there. Matt talks about how his love for the outdoors unfolded and resulted in years of traveling all over the world doing what he loves. He talks about the joys and challenges of running his own adventure company […] The post Matt Brosnan | Canmore River Adventures first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
36 minutes | May 10, 2018
John Eneas | Staff Sergeant RCMP
John's career in law enforcement has spanned many years and territories. You can tell that John's commitment to community is passionate; as he describes the various ways citizenry and law enforcement can work together to make the Bow Valley a safe place to live. The post John Eneas | Staff Sergeant RCMP first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
47 minutes | May 4, 2018
Norbert Meier | Executive Coach
Norbert Meier is an inspiring, long-time Bow Valley resident. He takes us through his refreshing approach to executive coaching and discusses how that same ethos serves him well as he helps lead fundraising for the Alberta World Cup Society. The post Norbert Meier | Executive Coach first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
42 minutes | Apr 20, 2018
Ken Koob | Community Futures
Ken Koob is a business advisor with Community Futures. In this episode, Ken talks about how Community Futures works with entrepreneurs in the Bow Valley; supporting business owners (or soon to be business owners) with business advice, training and in some cases, funding. Ken also gives us an overview of his career that spans both marketing and finance. The post Ken Koob | Community Futures first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
32 minutes | Apr 14, 2018
Rachel Gurney | Investment Advisor
Rachel Gurney is an investment advisor with Nesbitt Burns in the town of Canmore. Rachel has an incredible career - corporate Toronto, "liftie", paramedic and a financial services professional. Her story is one with a common thread - to help people to her fullest capacity. Rachel responded to the call of adventure leaving the "Big Smoke" to call the mountains home. The post Rachel Gurney | Investment Advisor first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
35 minutes | Apr 1, 2018
Margaret Claveau | Grief & Loss Support Counselling
[su_box title=”Show Notes” style=”soft”] 01:36 – Are you or somebody you know interested in being a guest on the Mountain Life Podcast? Visit www.themountainlifepodcast.com/be-a-guest/ and complete the form telling us why you’d make a great guest. 03:10 – Margaret starts with how she ended up living in the Bow Valley (hint: the morning sunshine sealed […] The post Margaret Claveau | Grief & Loss Support Counselling first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
37 minutes | Mar 2, 2018
Dr. Cheryl Cooper | Naturopathic Doctor | Entrepreneur
[su_box title=”Show Notes” style=”soft”] 1:35 – Cheryl opens with her background and reasons for her relocation from Ottawa to Canmore. 5:40 – Cheryl takes us through her first few months in Ottawa, including her position at Concencio. 7:20 – Cheryl talks about the unique medical model at Concencio, which is rooted in integration and collaboration. […] The post Dr. Cheryl Cooper | Naturopathic Doctor | Entrepreneur first appeared on The Mountain Life Podcast.
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