Jessica Pautsch believes that people generate way too much waste. “I’m currently working on a project that will help us reduce our food waste” says Jessica. “And consumer values have shifted from owning to renting, which helps us all become more sensitive to buying – and throwing away – stuff.”
Mega-Successful Entrepreneur Dan Lok will talk about “WHY Great Ideas Don’t Succeed” at TEDxStanleyPark on May 28, 2016. Dan says that – rather than sit and be entertained for 18 minutes and then forget about the whole thing once it’s over – he will show the audience exactly how to take the content of his talk and apply it immediately to their lives with the help of an ‘invisible force’.
Bosco Anthony rise to success began in 2002, when he moved to Canada from Tanzania. Upon arriving in B.C. he went into sales and marketing and eventually found himself working as a sales manager for Intrawest. After several years, he moved on to the Internet Marketing Center (IMC) where he helped build the global affiliate division and honed his expertise in digital strategy.
Galya Westler has some strong opinions about women. She sees many of her female peers holding themselves back and not fulfilling their potential.
Connor Beaton is the founder of Man Talks, a monthly discussion forum aimed at men that has attracted a huge following. “I organized the group to address the question ‘What are the biggest problems of men?’ and to shed light on how men can excel as husbands, fathers & providers,” says Connor.
Let’s say that you’ve aimed for something incredibly difficult and then you’ve finally achieved it after exerting a lot of time and effort. What do you do next? How do you sustain the high of winning throughout your life once you’ve attained the unattainable?
Vancouver has become a hotbed of creativity and ideas, and continues to spark innovation and breakthroughs in the fields of film production, gaming and software design partly due to the efforts of thought leaders like Roger who work tirelessly to connect people so they can empower each other to succeed.
Peter Legge will be one of the 13 featured speakers at the TEDx StanleyPark event happening on May 23 in Vancouver. I heard him speak in person a few years ago and found him to be funny, engaging and also one of the kindest and most authentic people I’ve ever met.
The world would not have known about boxing great Manny Pacquio, had he chosen to buy into the “I can’t go far in life because my family has no money to feed or educate me” mentality.
What gets you out of bed? What is it that makes you hustle? Is it a desire to buy a house like what your parents had? Or buy a nice car to show off to your friends? Do you need to send money to help your parents?