Brian is joined by Tanya Willis at her beautiful home just outside Bobcaygeon to discuss her new book Cookie Dough in the Dark, being a health, fitness and wellness entrepreneur, and the importance of healthy living in your professional career.
Brian is joined by Manley Lavender of Lavender Health & Safety Consulting to discuss the importance of having a health and safety strategy.
Many small businesses see health and safety as a regulation, or annoyance cast upon them by the government. Having a health and safety strategy and plan tailored to your business can have widespread benefits. A good plan can help you attract and retain the best employees, operate efficiently, help you earn the best contracts, and lead to overall increased profitability.
On this episode of The Kawartha Small Business Podcast, Brian is joined by Graham Bashford of Castle Keep Retirement in Lindsay Ontario.
Brian is joined by Mike Perry to discuss what he learned about leadership at Harvard “Emerging Leaders” program.
Mike Perry is a lawyer and social worker, currently Executive Director of the City of Kawartha Lakes Family Health Team. Mike teaches at Trent University and wears many volunteer hats including: President of the Lindsay and District Chamber of Commerce; Governor of Fleming College; and Chair of the Bobcaygeon Food Bank. He has been involved with Junior Achievement, led the development of the Community Foundation in Kawartha Lakes, and was a leader in bringing the Basic Income pilot project to Lindsay, Ontario.
On this episode of The Kawartha Small Business Podcast, Brian is joined by Ryan Hawkrigg, owner of Crossfit Lindsay.
Brian and Ryan discuss the fitness business, the business model of providing a service to members, how to grow sustainably, and the benefits of being affiliated with a worldwide business community.