With Danny Green arriving in Halifax today...we reflect on the evolution of the vision to reality. Next, let's be blunt... are we too selfish? Finally, we try to be less selfish and appreciate the jobs around us that we'd hate to do.
Talented rapper, Mac Miller sadly passed away this past weekend - as fans of his music since our youth, we pay our tributes. In positive news, Danny Green of the Toronto Raptors will be visiting Halifax through Tidal League to do a live recording of his podcast: "Inside the Greenroom". Finally... Elon Musk smoking weed?!?!
We talk about the rocky road to fearlessness - is it actually possible? Next, why is providing value so important when it comes to building business relationships? Finally, we talk about the art of training your mind to see opportunity in any situation.
We offer condolences to those who were affected by the August 10 shooting in Fredericton. We must come together. On a lighter note... we talk about the strange world of online influencers. What does it really mean to have influence? Finally, we discuss the unfortunate fact that comes with growing older - losing connections along the way.
Lebron opens up a new school in his hometown, where kids are given the opportunity to get elite basketball training and have their college tuition paid for. Next, we talk about a different type of school: The new school of clout chasing... and finally Gabe insists on making sweat...sexy?!
We talk about the confidence it takes to "put yourself out there" (and the freedom that follows suit). Next, what is this sense of grandeur surrounding us? Finally...ethics and business - where is the line in the sand?
As a pair with evident brain trauma, we discuss our experiences with concussions and assumptions surround CTE. Next, we talk CRA and auditing & the importance of taking time out of your to learn(about taxes especially).
Recorded in the Billy Bishop airport in Toronto, we discuss our ventures while travelling. After having spent time in both Las Vegas and Toronto over the last week, we have plenty to share. With this new wave of energy, we want to grow everything we do to its potential.
On this episode, we are joined by Liam Cavanagh from the NGU Radio show. We discuss his journey from athlete struggling with mental illness in silence to an outspoke advocate in business. He provides tons of unique insight and helpful advice to others in similar situations.
Facebook released a new type of AI that will open the eyes of people photographed with theirs shut - is this the start of something more frighteningly artificial? How does technology like this take away from the concept of 'body positivity'? Finally, do people read beyond headlines anymore?
We talk about the delicate balance required to manage a friend that you also do business with. Next... micro-managers: why do we hate them? More importantly, why do those who hate them often find themselves becoming one? Finally, we talk about our best and worst job experiences.
We talk about the very different ways we prefer to learn and teach. Next, we talk about how we maintain our drive - "art of not giving a fuck?". Finally, how are you supposed to stay positive in the face of intense stress and anxiety.
We weigh in on the recent beef between Pusha T and Drake. Next, are those who defend Drake's blackface incident as a result of blind loyalty? Finally, how much should we excuse in the face of someone's rehabilitation?
On this episode of The Lost & Founders Podcast, we talk about the likelihood of achieving goals by keeping your head down and mouth shut. Next, do we have original thoughts, or are they largely just regurgitations from our subconscious? Finally, how important is it to adapt to the environment around you?
Have you ever found yourself doing favours for someone without them ever reciprocating? We discuss when you should say no. How much does reputation REALLY matter? Finally, we awkwardly tell each other the other person's biggest weakness.