Greg explains to Dave how he met Walter in West Bronx in New York at the Andrew Friedman Home at a social venture event for entrepreneurs. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Freedman_Home .
Walter explains how important it is to help others with an incarcerated past and help them change their habits and embrace entrepreneurship.
His business, Pen & Pistol, started as a leather craft company, founded by Ralphy Dominguez, who was formerly incarcerated and wanted to reinvent...
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Greg and Dave interview Matt Webber, the voice of the introduction to The Boiling Point as well as the master of Post Production behind 150 episodes.Greg met Matt in Halifax when both of them returned to the Maritimes, Matt let it be known that he was willing to work for free to learn about film so Greg took him in and made him his executive assistant for a year. They went together to MIPCOM and Real Screen. He also helped on the series Kardinal Sinners.Matt talks about...
Owning an electrical business has taken Andy out of the field and into a management position in his electrical business. Although his comfort level was more suited for the field, he learned to adapt and embrace the role as an "outside leader". This shows itself as a new challenge everyday having him shifting gears, adapting and growing to suit each of these new challenges as they present themselves.
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