We all have goals we want to achieve, but how exactly does setting a goal help you get #better? In this episode, Allison and Ryan talk about not just the “how”, but also “why” goals are important in everything: your work, your business, and even your life.
Opportunity International Canada is a microfinance not-for-profit with a simple mission—to empower those living in poverty to transform their lives and their communities. In this next interview, Dan shares how Opportunity has had to pivot in order to continue to raise funds to support the needs around them in the developing world in places where people don’t live paycheque-to-paycheque but often live day-to-day.
Benny Doro, Founder of All Your Foods—a group of food services companies heavily invested in technology—shares his story about the first thoughts he had when the news of coronavirus hit and how he responded to focus on the opportunities ahead. Benny also leaves us with some valuable insight for how you can adapt in your business right now too.
David Gardner, Transit Specialist at the Town of Okotoks shares about how a simple conversation at the grocery store turned into a grocery delivery service overnight. He shares about their investment into technology, their use of data to make decisions, and how they pivoted quickly to meet the changing needs of their community.
Jordan Kettner, Founder of Kettner Creative talks to us about how he responded to losing 300k in contracts overnight. He shares about what inspired him to keep moving forward and how his mindset shifted to seeing this as a once in a lifetime opportunity to invest in his business in a way he wouldn’t have been able to otherwise.
Parker Ray co-founded WorldSpec.org back in 2003—the world’s first online NDT training platform. Parker shares how the coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic has both created tremendous opportunity but also required that they adapt their offering to the changing needs of the market around them.