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Jul 29, 2021

It wasn’t that long ago that Esie Mensah was told she was too black to ‘fit in’ to a dance company let alone launch cultural movements through her storytelling. Esie Mensah chose to become too good to ignore and then created her own style of Afro-Fusion dance and collaborated with Drake, Rihanna, Arcade Fire and...


Jul 23, 2021

Tragedy to Triumph and the inspirational lessons in between. Born to a teenage drug addict, abused as a child, and raped at fourteen would stop most in their tracks if not derail you for life but not Victoria Pelletier. Her story is one of being unstoppable, of seizing opportunity wherever and whenever it presented...


Jul 16, 2021

A true and moving story that will first bring tears to your eyes then joy to your heart while filling your knapsack with invaluable life lessons on impermanence, perspective, personal power, and turning your possibility into action.

Robert Pardi shouldn't be grateful, but he is. Robert grew up with a father who...


Jul 9, 2021

Gil Moore is my guest, and I chose the word Triumph for two reasons. The first is how he approaches life as an entrepreneur and a renaissance man when it comes to education. It's also a play on words as Gil is the drummer and one of the vocalists in the band, Triumph, who broke into the USA market, but broke up at their...


Jul 2, 2021

After chatting with Sandi Boucher, I realize how little I know about the Indigenous Culture and how much better I would be as a human being if I valued what they value. I suppose that is true across every culture. Imagine if we opened our minds and hearts to others and see people who are foreign to our way of life as...