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Tony Chapman, Legendary Marketer, Keynote Speaker, Strategic Conference Host and Moderator, and TV and Radio Commentator, cuts through the chaos and confusion to make sense of what really matters to your life, your career trajectory, our community, and our planet. In each bite-sized episode, Tony begins by asking the listeners a crucial question. He then explores the topic, often with guests, to mine for powerful insights that ladder into big ideas to help you get to where you want to go.

Tony Chapman, Legendary Marketer, Keynote Speaker, Strategic Conference Host and Moderator, and TV and Radio Commentator, cuts through the chaos and confusion to make sense of what really matters to your life, your career trajectory, our community, and our planet. In each bite-sized episode, Tony begins by asking the listeners a crucial question. He then explores the topic, often with guests, to mine for powerful insights that ladder into big ideas to help you get to where you want to go.
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Tony Chapman, Legendary Marketer, Keynote Speaker, Strategic Conference Host and Moderator, and TV and Radio Commentator, cuts through the chaos and confusion to make sense of what really matters to your life, your career trajectory, our community, and our planet. In each bite-sized episode, Tony begins by asking the listeners a crucial question. He then explores the topic, often with guests, to mine for powerful insights that ladder into big ideas to help you get to where you want to go.

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English


Episodes

Tony Chapman: One-on-One with Jean-François Archambault

11/11/2019
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Have you ever gone through, or are you contemplating a career transformation? Is this planned, or because of your circumstances, that changed abruptly? If so, this episode of Chatter that Matters is a must-listen. I interview a Canadian hero who is tackling two societal problems - hunger and waste. Jean-François Archambault left a promising career to pursue a higher purpose. To recover the tons of food wasted in hotels and restaurants to feed the homeless and people in need. His idea and...

Duration:00:24:49

Chapman asks Bruce Linton who he is, where does he draw his motivation from, and what is he up to next.

11/5/2019
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Great leaders are rare, but those who identify and define a new sector are often rarified. For example, Edison with Electricity, Ford in Automotive, Mary Kay with Beauty, Oprah with media, Jobs with consumer electronics, and Bezos with e-commerce made their unique mark but shared common traits. They have vision, curiosity, instinct, and they pursue their dreams with passion and persuasion. One of these individuals is Bruce Linton, the Founder and former CEO of Canopy Growth. Bruce witnesses...

Duration:00:39:52

Have you ever wondered how some people manage to do it all?

10/29/2019
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Have you ever wondered how some people manage to do it all? In this week’s episode of Chatter that Matters I interview Mary DePaoli, one of Canada’s leading Executives. As an interviewer, I have an advantage as I have known and been in awe of this extraordinary human being for over a decade. Mary puts her family first, gives back to her community and humanity, and has a career that includes serving Lemon Chicken to Larry King, when working at #CNN as an intern, to today where she is the...

Duration:00:28:28

Do you value your time?

10/15/2019
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We all have a finite amount of time but many treat it as infinite. A resource that can be easily be surrendered even squandered until life passes you by. What if you knew how much time you had left. Would you value it differently? Of course you would. In this weeks podcast I share my thoughts on how you can get a better return on your time invested. The average life for someone in North America is 27,375 days. To find out how much time you have left if take your age and multiply it...

Duration:00:11:00

A Pod ’crash’ course in selling.

10/10/2019
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In this age of noise, where too much and too many are chasing a finite amount of time and money, you have to know how to sell. This podcast will teach you ’the’ strategy for how to engage and persuade any audience. You can use it when interviewing for a job, raising capital, marketing or selling a product or service, leadership and even parenting. I know as I have successfully applied it in my career for over three decades.

Duration:00:13:50

Have you ever stepped inside someone else’s shoes

10/1/2019
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In this episode of Chatter that Matters I return to my childhood. It’s a cold night in Montreal, our only light is a streetlamp and our only prop is a ball hockey net. This was all I needed to transform Into the legendary Montreal Canadiens hockey player Guy Lafleur. With only seconds remaining on the clock, I would bear down on the Goalie, with the future of my teams Stanley Cup Run on my stick. I use this memory, and references to people like Tom Petty, to illustrate the power and...

Duration:00:08:05

Tough Love and Life Lessons

9/24/2019
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Competition will intensify and the next generation will need the mental fortitude to mange change. To make decisions. To learn how to pivot and find their way. In this 5 min episode of Chatter that Matters I ask whether we are doing too much for our children? Chauffeurs, personal assistants, their ATM machine and project coordinator. To make my point, I go back in time to my childhood and a year where going ’back to school’ became an emotional roller coaster with no end in site. What I...

Duration:00:06:42

The Platform Economy is a Force of Nature

9/17/2019
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Have you felt the vibrations? The tremors that are hitting every corner of our marketplace. In this episode of Chatter that Matters, Tony Chapman, takes you on a quest to uncover a new economy that is happening with such force it is rendering much of what we know about conventional capitalism and career building, obsolete. Players in this economy include Amazon, Alibaba, airbnb, Apple, Google, Facebook, Uber, Skip the Dishes, Facebook, Spotify and thousands more. They now have a combined...

Duration:00:11:27

What does Boston Bib Lettuce, and a fixed price all you can eat buffet have to do with our upcoming elections?

9/12/2019
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What does Boston Bib Lettuce, and a fixed price all you can eat buffet have to do with our upcoming elections? In this episode of Chatter that Matters, Tony looks at each parties campaign slogan and platform by comparing it to a buffet line, with endless promises, but many without substance. He challenges the Liberal parties slogan #ChooseForward and whether it is any different than the Conservatives #GetAhead. He calls them both Boston Bib Lettuce that lack differentiation, plate appeal...

Duration:00:10:50

Is your Amazon parcel delivery a matter of life and death?

9/10/2019
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Our world is now within 'arm and voice' reach of desire. We can summon almost any product or service to our doorstep, and often within hours. The benefit is almost immediate gratification, but it can come with a huge price, a matter of life and death. Amazon and other ecommerce delivery drivers have been accused of running red lights and stops signs just to make up time. In some cases they've been blamed for injuries and even fatalities - when pedestrians get in their way. CBS News...

Duration:00:07:06

Are you Starving for Attention?

9/3/2019
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Attention is the oxygen of all human endeavour. Attention breathes life into any exchange of ideas, or transfer of knowledge. We can't parent, teach, inspire, motivate, mentor, sell, collaborate, add value or lead without it. Yet today most brands, ideas, content and even resumes are starving for attention. Why? Too much and too many are competing for a finite amount of time and money. Tony Chapman, legendary marketer and top ranked keynote speaker tells you what you can do to be heard....

Duration:00:08:28