With Casey Grey
With Casey Grey
In this episode, Casey Interviews his gymnastic’s coach Alex MacInnes.
Alex was born and raised in Prince Edward Island where he competed in gymnastics and represented PEI in 7 Canadian National Championships. He moved to Ottawa to pursue his studies and work with at-risk youth before deciding to take the big risk and open up his own gymnastics training centre.
Now, with a growing team of gymnasts, he continues to grow as a coach and help youth and adults pursue improvements in strength, flexibility and cardio all while having a good time!
Alex talks about growing up in gymnastics and the transition from athlete to business owner and much more!
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It's so important to find balance in your training that's going to allow you to move better, feel better and live longer. That's what I'm really after. Helping people achieve that with the end goal of happiness.
In this episode, Casey interviews architect and green building consultant, Mark Rosen, owner of Building Energy Inc. and co-owner of a new startup company.
Born and raised in Canmore, Alberta, Mark moved to Ottawa to pursue his studies in architecture before working for his father in law as an energy advisor. He met his wife Megan while studying and not long after attaining jobs in their fields, they decided to stop what they were doing and travel the world. Mark shares how their travels inspired the design of their current Passive House, provides fresh insights on how homes should "work", shares his thoughts on where the construction industry is headed and much more.
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Most people will probably read their car user manual than their home user manual, if one even exists.
Michael Peixoto, husband, father, professor, soccer coach and award wining principal architect at ARCA-VERDE Architecture Inc.
In this podcast, Michael talks about his own 2,600 square foot Passive House that he and his wife, Robin Peixoto (principal interior designer with the firm Parallel 45), designed and moved into with their two daughters in 2017.
Michael also covers how he got into architecture, what success means to him, changes in the industry, juggling his family commitments and much more. Check out the podcast timeline and links below.
You take a series of information and criteria and you somehow dilute that into something that ends up as a physical building, there's something incredibly rewarding about that.
Lynne was a banker and sales marketing professional until the age of 40 when a separation inspired her to change careers, buy a house and renovate it. It took 2 years to finish her first renovation and through the process she realized she didn’t enjoy laying floors and painting but she enjoyed designing the space. She now runs DesignFase.
In this podcast, Lynne talks about her first renovation, going back to school at 40 and how she got into the business by saying "yes". She shares loads of advice on setting expectations for your next project and as a trained cook she shares some kitchen design advice. She also introduces a new exciting project in the works called, NextFase Design.
When I got separated I had to redirect my career into another direction at 40 odd years old, I decided to buy a house in Manor Park and renovate it.
Casey is a part of group called M1. It was founded by Rock Thomas who is a self made millionaire who is running several business and six award winning RE/MAX franchises.
As part of M1, the group does regular Facebook Live events called Monday Night Live. In this live event Casey has the mic to answer questions from the tribe and speak about the three steps to Conscious Building.
We feel like we're supposed to teach [our kids] but if we're curious and open to it they will teach us more than we will ever teach them.