With Casey Grey
Physically, we are in winter right now. It’s not a surprise. We’re coming towards the end of January and it’s Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. But people still complain and people still aren’t prepared for when it shows up.
But not everybody complains. There are many people who are prepared and who do make the most of the winter. They go skating on the canal. They go snowshoeing in the Gatineau Hills. They plan a ski trip with friends. They go tobogganing with their kids. They make the most out of a season that many run away from.
The economy and life are the same. There are seasons that come and go and they never stop. It’s a continuous cycle.
How would your life change if you planned for the seasons? If you made the most of the season no matter what?
Winter can be the greatest season of all if you plan for it to be.
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Rock Thomas and Casey talk about the M1 Tribe, a community focused on growing and becoming whole-life millionaires.
Casey takes us through his journey over the past year with M1 and shares his life changing experience from the latest live event in Montreal, Quebec.
Daughter, gymnast, sports anchor, wife, mother, morning show host Lianne Laing was born and raised in Ottawa. She attended the University of Massachusetts/Amherst on a full NCAA gymnastics scholarship and graduated with two business degrees before spending 20 years as a television broadcaster where she worked as a sports anchor and a host for Ottawa’s CTV Morning Live. She covered everything from olympians, chefs, celebrities, community leaders and more. She reside's in Ottawa with her husband Tony and two daughters.
In this podcast Lianne shares how an early childhood gymnastic competition accident changed everything for her at the age of eleven, including her own surprise leap into broadcasting, along with her scary transition into entrepreneurial life. Lots of exciting messages including how her dad's passing continues to influence her decisions today.
"I am incredibly great-full for the opportunity that athletics gave me to travel, compete in some of the most interesting places, meet amazing people and it offered me a four year education traveling the United States at a division one school and two business degrees”
Breanne Gibson is a global change leader for regeneration, speaker. She's an educator, holistic nutrition expert, and permaculture practitioner. She is the founder of Breanne Gibson LLC, a coaching and consulting company focused on helping leaders, entrepreneurs, and organizations align with the intelligence of nature for ultimate energy, health and resiliency.
Her mission is to reconnect humanity with nature and remove the gap between soil and health for both human and planet.
In this podcast Breanne touches on her journey beginning in British Columbia growing up on 10 acres "in nature", to her experience in the army before branching out and creating her own coaching and consulting business. Breanne shares some insights into her own diet, how to make soil for growing your own food and so much more. Her passion and wealth of knowledge is contagious and might inspire you, if you haven't already to do some research into what your eating. After listening to this podcast make sure to visit Breanne's links for more information.
"Nature never leaves herself bare only humans leave her bare"
"I think for us and its evolved but we’ve always supported each other in our individual journeys there’s never been a feeling that I can’t live my life because I’m with you and vice versa and that’s been really freeing .”
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.