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Ahead By A Mile

cSPACE Sessions with Matthew O'Reilly When Matthew O'Reilly was growing up he struggled with being the "second best artist" in his school. This made him push himself to get better and better and eventually brought him out west to Calgary to learn sculpture. Today Matthew has an outstanding exhibition [...]

Wired To Do Her Own Thing

With Shylo Victoria When Shylo Victoria asked her parents for perfume on her 11th birthday little did they know it would be the catalyst that would ignite her passions and start her entrepreneurial journey. She creates her fragrances by hand, does not use any bad stuff or support animal [...]

What’s the next hardest thing?

The worst thing anyone will ever say is no. She is a trouble-maker, a brat, a fearless creator, and a self-described creative capitalist -- we’re pleased to introduce you to Rebecca Northan. Rebecca is the creator of the improvised, and world renowned play "Blind Date", as well as the [...]

Having Fun With Your Failures

Emmy's, Werewolf Side Hustles, and Sharksploitation MoviesJacob Hair lives in LA and works as an animation director on 'Rick and Morty', for which he recently won an Emmy.He's not just an accomplished artist and director, he's also a creature movie aficionado with ties to the Sharknado franchise, an affinity towards [...]

Embracing the Rebel Mindset

Is today a day for comfort or courage? It's clear that Chris Kneeland had enough of the status quo regarding marketing and branding -- seeing companies being bamboozled into believing that an overdose of promotional activity will make them relevant. Chris noticed that leaders and employees are happier when [...]

Becoming What We Think About All Day

There's no  quick-fix to a brain injury Ryan Phillips was a professional hockey player who took a left turn and ended up as one of the biggest cannabis smugglers in North America — long before cannabis was legal — which lead to a prison sentence in the USA. Fast [...]

Persistence, Fame, and Fortune

Best Selling Author Sixty Years in the Making Gary McAvoy knew he wanted to be an author when he was ten years old. Fast forward several decades and he’s living his dream and is putting the finishing touches on his third book in ‘The Magdalene Chronicles’.  From running a [...]

You Are What You Think You Are

The Pen is Always Mightier Than the Sword.Many years ago I wrote an article about my friend Wakefield Brewster and the experience of watching him attack the stage with his poetry, leaving it blistered and broken. This episode is no different.Wakefield's five things you need to know are just as [...]

The Fine Art of Leaving Your Mark

Hear the Urge and Follow the Nudges What would you call an artist, a facilitator, a change-maker, a performance artist, a collaborator, and a creative whirlwind who loves to share? You would call her Paula Timm.  Paula Timm literally makes the world a better place by inviting people to [...]

The Blazing Business of Cannabis

Getting yourself into and out of trouble with Jeff Mooij Jeff Mooij doesn't have a good reason for doing what he did, he has a great one: live your life like you only get one. Mooij is known around the world as one of the pioneers in the legalized [...]

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