Day In A Canoe Podcast

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Think of the people you interact with every day, would you want to spend a day in a canoe with them? This show is all about creating the life that you want, one filled with wealth, wisdom, meaning and purpose. And that starts with surrounding yourself with the right people people youd want to spend a day with, in a canoe.

Episodes

  • 009 Mark Tibergien: CEO, Pershing Advisor Solutions 

    07/08/2018 Duration: 20min

    Mark Tibergien: CEO, Pershing Advisor Solutions    In this episode, Nathan and Mark Tibergien discuss:  BNY Mellon and Pershing Advisor Solutions. The importance of organizational adaptation to change. Mark’s career path and milestones. The importance of people management. Making an impact through financial literacy. Key Takeaways:  Find ways to differentiate. Focus on who you serve instead of what you sell. The greatest experience you’ve had anywhere is the same experience you want everywhere.  If you are going to be building an organization with superior talent, you first must be conscious of the nature of the work. Be clear what excellence looks like in each position. You cannot motivate people, you can only demotivate them.  Commit to things that you believe will make a lasting impact.    "Your best employee is more important than your most important client." — Mark Tibergien    Connect with Mark Tibergien:    Twitter:   @MarkTibergien  Website:   www.pershing.com/biographies/mark-tibergien  Email:   

  • 008 Jason Raznick: CEO & Founder of Benzinga

    24/07/2018 Duration: 16min

    Jason Raznick: CEO & Founder of Benzinga   In this episode, Nathan and Jason Raznick discuss:   What is Benzinga and who they serve. How the Benzinga name was created. Jason's career path and milestones. How Jason navigates hiring and growth. Three words describing Jason's startup journey.   Key Takeaways: Look to solve problems with ideas, content and planning. Having a great team in place is key to building a successful company.  Don't stress over things you can't control.  Jason’s 3-step test: best case scenario, worse case, what are obstacles? Focus on how you can impact your outcome by setting goals. It is okay to fail. Just do better the next day.     "You have to ignore the noise and focus on what you can impact." — Jason Raznick   Connect with Jason Raznick:   Twitter:  @JasonRaznick Website: https://www.benzinga.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonraznick/ Phone: (877) 440-3464 Address: Benzinga One Campus Martius Suite 200 Detroit, MI 48226     Connect with Nathan Mersereau:   P

  • 007 Stuart DePina: Group President Envestnet | Tamarac

    10/07/2018 Duration: 18min

    Stuart DePina: Group President Envestnet | Tamarac   In this episode, Nathan and Stuart DePina discuss:  How Envestnet | Tamarac differentiates itself. Stuart's career path and milestones.  Lessons learned through determination, opportunities and failure. The Tamarac story and Great by Choice book.  Stuart's motivation and what he'd tell a 20 year old self.    Key Takeaways:  Be curious. Always look for solutions to advance the organization and mission. Some of the best learnings come out of failure. Not every metric is meaningful. Know what is important to measure.  Stay narrow, stay focused and stay disciplined to differentiate your company. Make sure your people understand that they matter.   "What drives me every day is getting up and helping people be successful.” — Stuart DePina    Connect with Stuart DePina:     Stuart DePina, Group President Envestnet | Tamarac 701 Fifth Avenue, 14th Floor Seattle, WA 98104   Chicago (Headquarters) 35 East Wacker Dr., 24th Floor Chicag

  • 006 Howard Behar: Former President of Starbucks

    26/06/2018 Duration: 20min

    Howard Behar: Former President of Starbucks   In this episode, Nathan and Howard Behar discuss: How did the servant leadership model evolve in Howard's story? Howard's career journey. What is servant leadership all about? How mentors are important to have in every aspect of life.   Key Takeaways: Servant leadership is putting others agenda above your own. Anything you set your mind to you can accomplish. It doesn't matter what your politics are it is not okay to put people down. You get the most out of people when you respect and inspire them. Servant leadership is about actions not words.    "Everyday I want to nurture and inspire the human spirit beginning with myself first and then others." — Howard Behar    Connect with Howard Behar: Website: http://howardbehar.com/  Email:  HB@Howardbehar.com Book: Howard's fist book- It's Not About the Coffee Howard's New Book- The Magic Cup   Connect with Nathan Mersereau: Phone: 248-645-1520 Website: www.dayinacanoe.com Email: nathan@dayinacanoe.com Twitter: @Na

  • 005 Tanya Hall: CEO, Greenleaf Book Group

    12/06/2018 Duration: 19min

    Tanya Hall: CEO, Greenleaf Book Group       In this episode, Nathan and Tanya Hall discuss:      How Greenleaf Book Group helps authors get published.  What motivated Tanya to publish Ideas, Influence and Income.  What components are necessary for a successful book launch.  Tanya’s career path, lessons learned and principles applied.      Key Takeaways:    Authors should pick the right partners to ensure their project is successful.  If you want to advance your ideas, look to solve a problem in a new way or bring a fresh perspective to light.  Engage your team around core values.     "Look for ways to create constant growth.” — Tanya Hall   Connect with Tanya Hall:   Twitter:  @tanyahall  Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Greenleaf-Book-Group-104627692032/ Website:  https://greenleafbookgroup.com/ Email:  contact@greenleafbookgroup.com  Book:  IDEAS, INFLUENCE, AND INCOME LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/tanyajhall/       Connect with Nathan Mersereau:   Phone: 248-645-1520 Website: www.dayinaca

  • 004 Ellyn Davidson:  President, Brogan & Partners

    29/05/2018 Duration: 16min

    Ellyn Davidson: President, Brogan & Partners   In this episode, Nathan and Ellyn Davidson discuss: Who is Brogan & Partners. Pivotal moments in Ellyn's career. How a mentor influenced Ellyn. How dealing with cancer created a new perspective on life.     Key Takeaways: Focus on creating a healthy culture when you take over a business. As a mentor, allow the mentee to do things on their own, but be available when they need your help. Do not micromanage your employees; instead guide your employees. Don't sweat the small stuff.       "We should never take ourselves too seriously but we should take our clients very seriously.” — Ellyn Davidson      Connect with Ellyn Davidson:   Twitter:  @ellynd Phone Number:  (248) 341- 8211 Website: https://brogan.com Email:  EDavidson@brogan.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/broganpartners YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BroganSpots LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ellyndavidson/   Connect with Nathan Mersereau:    Pho

  • 003 Mark Moses: CEO and Founder, CEO Coaching International

    15/05/2018 Duration: 17min

    Mark Moses: CEO and Founder, CEO Coaching International   In this episode, Nathan and Mark Moses discuss:  What is CEO Coaching International? Why should you go with your gut? Be careful who you hire.    Key Takeaways:  Hiring people like yourself can be dangerous.  Hire top talent that fits your culture.  Figure out what you want in life and business.    "If these people don't live your values and you are misaligned by the values of your business, it won't work. " — Mark Moses     Connect with Mark Moses:   Twitter:  @CEOCoachMark Website:  www.ceocoachinginternational.com Email:  markmoses@ceocoachinginternational.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/markmoses/     Connect with Nathan Mersereau:    Phone: 248-645-1520 Website: www.dayinacanoe.com Email: nathan@dayinacanoe.com Twitter: @NathanMersereau LinkedIn: Nathan Mersereau Address: 36800 Woodward Avenue, Suite 200 Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304    Show notes by show producer: Danielle Taylor   Audio production by Turnk

  • 002 Anthony Venus: CEO and Co-founder, YayPay

    01/05/2018 Duration: 19min

    Anthony Venus: CEO and Co-founder, YayPay   In this episode, Nathan and Anthony discuss: What is YayPay? What are some of the defining moments that brought you to where you are today? Where did the name YayPay originated? How have you used the idea would I spend a day in a canoe with you in your business?    Key Takeaways: What goes up does come down. Timing is associated with success. Listen to the market. In business the rules are always changing and the game never ends. Persistence pays off   "I actually think that a lot of success is simply putting your head down and plowing on through." — Anthony Venus    Connect with Anthony:  Twitter:  @Ant_Venus Website: www.yaypay.com  Email: anthony@yaypay.com LinkedIn: LinkedIn Anthony    Connect with Nathan Mersereau:  Phone: 248-645-1520 Website: www.dayinacanoe.com Email: nathan@dayinacanoe.com Twitter:@NathanMersereau LinkedIn: Nathan's Profile  Address: 36800 Woodward Avenue, Suite 200 Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304   Show Notes by Show Producer: Danielle Ta

  • 001 Intro Episode with Nathan Mersereau

    21/04/2018 Duration: 08min

    Think of the people you interact with every day, would you want to spend a day in a canoe with them?  This show is all about creating the life that you want, filled with wealth, wisdom, meaning and purpose. That all starts with surrounding yourself with people you'd want to spend a day in a canoe with.

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