I always loved Dragon’s Den, I remember watching it in Montreal to put off studying for my engineering exams. This was when it was the best, Jim, Robert, Kevin, Arlene and Brett. I always thought Brett was the superior dragon, with the levelest head of them all. On TV, everyone knows Kevin can be quite heartless and Arlene can have too much of a heart. For me, Brett is the perfect combination. And I greatly respect him because of his engineering background, which I of course relate to. Coming from a small town myself, it’s also nice to see a Dragon who is from a small community. I have been following Brett for sometime on his Facebook and he always brings up valid political arguments that I align with. He applies a level of critical thinking to his approach unlike the majority of political statements I see on my Facebook feed. I always knew Brett was a great dragon and entrepreneur, but my thought’s on Brett have truly been solidified and reinforced after seeing him speak recently at the University of Calgary.
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The QuadRipple team had the pleasure of attending Business Mastery held by one of the foremost business and life performance coaches in the world, Tony Robbins. You might know him from his newest flick “I am not your Guru” available on Netflix (even in Canada!). Tony doesn't believe in the motivational, positive thinking bullshit and he says it time and time again. More than anything, he is a human being that truly cares about people and keeps them engaged and full of energy, in a “peak state” is what he calls it.