E 15: Mathias Jakobsen
“Untitled + Value”
Creative work can be difficult to define and categorize, after all what you’re doing has never been done before. So when Mathias Jakobsen was hired at SYPartners in NYC to imagine a way to have learning be part of the company culture, needless to say there was no use case, roadmap or an appropriate “job title” and that is just the beginning.
Mathias Jakobsen is the creator of Think Clearly. Born in Denmark, he founded his first company at age 15, building digital solutions for companies. Powered by digital, he later branched into fashion journalism and photography before moving to New York City,
E 14: Helen Tremethick
“Connection Comes Before Conversion”
Have you ever read something and felt like it was speaking directly to you? Or have you visited a website that was co compelling it made you want to buy that product or service?
This week we bring creativity to life with Helen Tremethick. She craft’s your authentic brand voice, which leads to more sales for you.
About Helen: Online communication isn’t about magic formulas or some secret stuffed into a fill-in-the-blanks template. It’s a careful balance of truth and nuance. People choose you, just as my clients choose me. And because I think backstory is important, here’s a little more about me…
E 13: Bari Tessler
“Do You Look Money
In The Eye?”
It’s said that you should never talk about Politics or Religion. Well I would also add money to that list, money is the leading cause of stress, and fights in marriages according to CNBC. Your upbringing, culture, life experience, social status, and even race all play a part in our individual comfort level when it comes to earning, spending, saving, giving and talking about money. So to bring a little levity and love to the topic I invited my friend and Author, Financial Therapist and Coach Bari Tessler to my podcast to talk about her new book “The Art Of Money” In this episode you will learn how to bring creativity to our relationship with money.
E 12: Kamza Khan
“Not All Feelings Of Entitlement Are Bad”
Born in New York and raised in Toronto, Hamza Khan is a multi-award winning marketer, accomplished entrepreneur, and dynamic keynote speaker. He is making waves as the co-founder of Splash Effect, a boutique digital marketing & creative agency which has helped more than 50+ clients that do good, to do better. He has worked with leading institutions and forward-thinking brands such as the Rotman School of Management, Restaurants Canada, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, Hootsuite, University of Toronto, RBC, and PepsiCo.
E 11: Amanda Parris
“My Mom Reminds Me To Be Patient With People That Have Not Had The Same Privileges As Me”
Amanda Parris is the host of CBC Arts’ weekly TV and online series, Exhibitionists, and CBC Radio 2’s Marvin’s Room. Parris is an educator, accomplished actor and playwright. Descended from Grenadian and Venezuelan ancestry, Parris was born in London, England and raised on the south side of Jane Street in Toronto. Her plays have been staged at numerous theatre festivals in Canada and internationally.
E 10: Karlyn Percil
“Any Time You Suppress Your Voice, It’s A Violent Act Against Yourself”
This week on The Framing Podcast Karlyn Percil Success Coach & Elephant Story Teller joins us to share her formula for success.
“I believe when women know who they really are, when they truly love themselves, they make better decisions and live a purpose-driven, passionate life they really love.” – Karlyn Percil
E 09: Stuart Knight
“What Happens When You Say No”
Stuart Knight is an award-winning entrepreneur, critically acclaimed author, and hit producer. He has written, produced and starred in live presentations that have been seen by over one million people and each year speaks internationally helping some of the world’s biggest companies reach new levels of success…
E 08: Len Henry
“You Don’t Have To Change The World But You Do Have To Move The Needle”
Len Henry is a fashion expert, consultant, creative director and producer. He is the Founder Director of Delectant Life/Style. Len has traveled extensively across Canada, the U.S., Europe and the Far East, creating events for brands such as: Joseph Abboud, Absolut, Aveda, The Bay, Bench, Benneton, the City of Toronto, Civello, Esprit, La Senza, Northbound Leather, Levis, Parasuco, Puma, Paul Smith, Smirnoff, The Toronto Fashion Incubator; Canadian Living, Elle, GQ, Fashion and Flare…
E 07: Melissa Ramos
‘People relate to self-care like punishment’
As a Nutritionist focusing on Chinese Nutrition Therapy and owner of Sexy Food Therapy Inc., Melissa Ramos’ helps people feel sexy from the inside out with a focus on digestion and hormone imbalances. She is a regular expert on CTV’s The Social, has been a TED speaker and has been named one of Canada’s up-and-coming health and wellness stars by FLARE magazine…
E 06: Sathish Bala
‘I don’t need to solve the problem – I want to be the guy that figured out that there is a problem’
Sathish Bala is an entrepreneur, mentor, and Founder of DesiFEST. Basically A serial entrepreneur, that loves finding new problems to solve, developing deep relationships with partners and clients and challenging his fears. As a ‘digital’ native with a drive to understand human connection and behaviour Sathish blends uncommon worlds as he creates new realities with music and business.
E 05: Mark Campbell
“People Don’t Realize That Tupac Was An Average MC”
Recognizing the potential for hip hop to transcend intergenerational barriers, Dr. Mark Campbell, Professor at Ryerson University, and his team, created the Northside Hip Hop Archive (NSHH) and a series of accompanying archival exhibits to re-engage students at all grade levels and preserve an integral piece of Canadian history. The NSHH is intended to be a tool to produce engaging, new curriculum content for school boards across Canada.
E 04: Duane Jones
“Design Is A Competitive Advantage In Business”
Duane Jones was born and raised in Bermuda and moved to Halifax to pursue a degree in Communication Design at the Nova Scotia Scotia College of Art and Design. He’s worked as an artist and designer since graduating from NSCAD in 2004. Comic book art influenced a lot of Duane’s early creative work. Later in life, hip hop and Swiss design would also have an impact.
E 03: Kiana ‘Rookz’ Eastmond
“I’ve Learned To Expect The Best From People In Life”
Rookz is an unlikely business woman. Leaving home at the age os 14 and then dropping out of school in Grade 9. She is an unlikely success story, which makes her achievements all the more compelling. From working on a worm farm to sleeping on couches to giving up her dog – Nothing was going to hold her back from success…
E 02: Dwayne Matthews
“Self-Regulation Is An Indicator Of Success, And We Are All Consistent”
Dwayne Matthews is a life and education strategist, founder at dwaynematthews.life, and creator of “The Strategic Parent Experience™” He helps parents and teachers understand big changes in curriculum and how to help their children thrive in the next 20 years.
E 01: Tanya Geisler
“The Imposter Complex Stops Us From Achieving Our Greatness!”
Tanya Geisler is Leadership Coach (CPCC) with a penchant for clarity and an abhorrence of the Impostor Complex. She’s coached hundreds of high-performers combat the Impostor Complex so they can step into the starring roles of their lives and achieve their ultimate goals.
E 00: Ricardo McRae
“What is This Podcast About Anyway?”
What is The Framing Podcast all about? I explain why I created it and what you can expect in upcoming episodes.
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