About Michael Dargie

Michael Dargie is a creative professional who specializes in brand strategy, sports a spiffy right-hemisphere and an insatiable desire to push limits. Parent, entrepreneur, creative professional, award-winning producer, artist, musician, actor, improviser, writer, director, host and emcee. He's host of the RebelRebel Podcast; "Dropbear" of Dropbear and Panda Save the World Podcast and comedy team; and can often be found on the stage of the world famous Loose Moose Theatre. To round things out he holds blackbelts in two styles of Japanese jujitsu, is an advanced scuba diver, a championship cart racer, and motorcycle expert.

The Doctor of Improv

With special guest David Charles David Charles is a transplanted New Zealander living in Florida, USA. He’s a professor at Rollins College, and a regular on the renowned SAK Comedy Lab stage. He talks about his passion for all forms of improvisational theatre, performing, and living his best life. [...]

Kicking Open Doors for Television, Games, and Film

With special guest Luke Azevedo Luke is one of those extraordinary people who found their passion early and stuck with it to make the world a better place. He comes from a deep media production background and has helped shape the landscape for creatives. From his time running his [...]

The story of Joe, some luck, and a little shoe company from England

With special guest Joe Foster, Founder of Reebok Joe Foster and his late brother, Jeff, worked in the family business. Their family made shoes, and had done so for generations; in fact his grandfather invented the spike running shoe in the late 1800’s.  Joe and Jeff eventually decided to [...]

Never Stop Learning and Doing Weird Things

With special guest Ian Pond One of the things that caught our attention about Ian was his dedication to theatre and film. He’s a talented maker of things, stage combat aficionado, cosplayer, science-fiction geek, and advises everyone to be okay with what makes you happy. He’s Chinese by heritage [...]

Building Stuff to Make Human Life Better

With special guest Zeze Peters In an episode that literally spans the multiverse and back again, Founder and CEO of Beam City DNA Zeze Peters shares his passion for science, robots, business, and the fine art of improving the human experience. Beam City DNA is an advertising automation tool [...]

Award-Winning Talent for Horror

With special guest Garry Maclean Garry Maclean is the host of Talent Talk and one of those creatives who doesn’t wait for things to happen for him -- he gets out there and follows his muse and creates his own opportunities and life. Frankly, it’s inspirational as all hell. [...]

Listening Beyond the Words

With special guest Lindsay Harle-Kadatz Lindsay is an unapologetically quirky soul who is on a mission to make the world a better place. She's a brand strategist, an author, and mind management coach for quirky entrepreneurs who helps her clients bring humanity into the business world. She encourages everyone [...]

Time To Change What Was Boring

With special guests Kelly Demo and Andrew McQuiston Growing up in Western Canada they learned the value of hard-work and embracing passion in everything they do. Not satisfied with working for the big banks they created West Oak Family Office -- an integrated, dedicated, and independent wealth management firm. [...]

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No Plan B

With special guest Piero Gandini Piero Gandini has no Plan 'B' -- he's just making the world a better place, end of plan A. He stands for more humanity for a better future, and is unleashing his endless empathy, storytelling prowess, radical positive thinking, and unbridled happiness to make [...]

Earn It. Don’t Expect It.

With special guest Shane Wenzel One of my favourite parts of this podcast is when Shane was talking about innovating through adversity. It's the secret sauce. Oh, and "Earn it. Don't expect it." This man is solid gold. Shane Wenzel is the namesake of Shane Homes Group of Companies [...]

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