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Rob Stevenson | QUIT Selling and Start Helping

From early in my sales career, I always looked for ways to learn and get better at my craft. I would always find myself at a bookstore getting the latest book on sales, leadership, or general business. Well, one day I found a book called “How to Soar Like an Eagle in a World Full of Turkey”. That book’s title resonated with me at that time and I bought it immediately.

20 plus years later, I have the privilege of sitting down with the author of the book and learning from him live… and you get to sit in on the conversation.

In today’s Talent + Talks Podcast, we learn from Robert Stevenson. Rob provides insight into sales and leadership. He gives great examples from his past about how he got into speaking and writing books, and he also shows us that his message is just as powerful and useful today as it ever was.

You can find Rob on LinkedIn where he is an active participant on the platform. I find that most people that are mak

Jason Fair on Talent Talks | What Does Your Digital Buyers’​ Journey Look Like?

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Jason is the Director of Content Development at WireBuzz. In his role, he helps clients achieve their business goals using tailor-made video marketing strategies. That includes getting his clients to put out more content that enables people to stand out in their market.

Jason is a huge proponent of building a Digital Buyer’s Journey, so get prepared to learn a lot about what customers are looking for from their sales and marketing people.

This high intensity, insight rich podcast focuses on:

How Jason stays sharp (8:04)
How crisis breeds opportunity (17:40)
The best tools and tactics for selling in an attention economy (24:40)
Why Marketing is more important than ever (29:14)
Why you must build a full digital roadmap (32:15)
How helpful is the new viral (36:00)
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Jason Fair Can Help Grow Your Sales By Creating Your Buyers’s Digital Journey

Season Two starts off BIG with Jason Fair today.

Jason is the Director of Content Development at #WireBuzz. In his role, he helps clients achieve their business goals using tailor-made video marketing strategies. That includes getting his clients to put out more content that enables people to stand out in their market.

Jason is a big proponent of building a Digital Buyer’s Journey, so get prepared to learn a lot about what customers are looking for from their #sales and #marketing people.

Here are some key points from today’s Podcast:

Jason estimates that only 5% of the salespeople are using video in the sales process, so you have a window of opportunity to STAND OUT in this market.

Video creates influence and it helps build that human-to-human interaction that has been lost over the past year.

How do you stand out in a buyer’s inbox? Incorporate video throughout the buyer’s journey.

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A #sportphysio assessment is a dynamic assessment that looks at your #biomechanics and function while you are doing various aspects in your sport and other skills required to preform your sport. Once a gross functional assessment is completed. more specific tests are done to the injured area to see the integrity of the ligaments, joint, menisci and muscle strength. A return to sport plan is made and an active rehabilitation program begins. Denise has her Diploma in Sports Physical therapy to help you get back to your sport quickly and safely without staying in the all to common injury cycle.


Sunshine Physiotherapy Location

Rustic Market Square
Bay #5 123 – 2nd Ave. West,
Cochrane, AB T4C 2E7

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1623
Cochrane, AB T4C 1B5






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When you are injured, in pain, or things are not working right it can be overwhelming to try to find the BEST #PHYSIO. Attending a physiotherapy clinic requires your time and your energy. At Sunshine #Physiotherapy we strive for excellence because we care for you like family. We have been honored to treat #Cochrane and the surrounding communities since 2005.


Sunshine Physiotherapy Location

Rustic Market Square
Bay #5 123 – 2nd Ave. West,
Cochrane, AB T4C 2E7

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1623
Cochrane, AB T4C 1B5






Bobby McIntyre

Bobby McIntyre is a singer/songwriter that sings and write songs that warm the heart and touch the soul.
His vocal range is something to take notice of. He is able to sing as high as greats like Steve Perry and Lou Gramm. His album really does not even display his complete vocal range.

Bobby can also pull off multiple styles of music from pure country, R&B, to all-out power ballad rock. He is also somewhat of a social media and SEO expert and helps manage select artists with their social media marketing and music careers, as it is a passion of his to help other great talents. Bobby McIntyre is well on his way to a successful music career! He is starting to get some International attention with his music. Bobby has been approached by many Labels, Managers and Publishing Companies that want to work with him.

It is just a matter now of finding the right team. One of Bobby’s strong points is his ability to market himself to the massive online world. He creates great online friendships

Who was Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln (/ˈlɪŋkən/; February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) was an American statesman and lawyer who served as the 16th president of the United States from 1861 until his assassination in 1865. Lincoln led the nation through the American Civil War, the country’s greatest moral, cultural, constitutional, and political crisis. He succeeded in preserving the Union, abolishing slavery, bolstering the federal government, and modernizing the U.S. economy.

Lincoln was born into poverty in a log cabin and was raised on the frontier primarily in Indiana. He was self-educated and became a lawyer, Whig Party leader, Illinois state legislator, and U.S. Congressman from Illinois. In 1849, he returned to his law practice but became vexed by the opening of additional lands to slavery as a result of the Kansas–Nebraska Act. He reentered politics in 1854, becoming a leader in the new Republican Party, and he reached a national audience in the 1858 debates against Stephen Douglas. Lincoln r

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Let’s Talk Shit Disease, Digestion & Fecal Transplants

Let’s Talk Sh!t is a humorous, easy to digest explanation of gastrointestinal disorders, their current treatments, as well as next generation hope for heart disease, obesity, autism, Alzheimer’s, and more. From constipation to cancer, research indicates that our unique microbiomes may be the basis for future advances in health and wellness.

Let’s Talk Sh!t examines the human microbiome—the  dynamic world of bacteria, fungus, and viruses that comprises more than 50% of our mortal selves.

Dr. Sabine Hazan and Dr. Thomas Borody, leaders in microbiome research, explore the reason therapies may not be working for many and why fecal transplants may be part of the solution. They also share nutritional tips to avoid illness, improve digestion, and support our own microbiomes.

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Sabine Hazan

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Sabine Hazan was the first of four children born to two government accountants in Morocco. In 1974 the family moved to Montreal, Canada to provide better education and greater opportunities. There, the Hazans raised their children with the ambition to match their potential—all became doctors.  

Throughout her life, Sabine’s peers questioned her dream to become a physician. But their challenges only fueled her ambitions. Even though her primary language was French, she enrolled in Concordia University, an English-speaking college.

Medical school admittance was difficult and more so for a woman. Sabine was asked: What if you become pregnant? What would you do if your child was sick and you also had a sick patient needing care? Whom would you choose? She wondered how many men were asked such questions.

She graduated from Dalhousie Medical School in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Curious about the American health care system, she chose to do her residency in Internal Medicine at Jackson Memorial Hospital, a notoriously demanding and rigorous county hospital in Miami. There, during the height of the HIV/AIDS crisis, she was under fire, learning to care for the most underserved patients who were desperately ill and dying. She fell further in love with medicine and with a fellow resident whom she married in 1993.

During her early medical career, she was keenly interested in gastroenterology. “It’s a man’s specialty,” she was told repeatedly. She would never be accepted. The naysayers again had the opposite effect and emboldened her resolve. In 1995, She became the first female Gastroenterology Fellow accepted at the University of Florida in Jacksonville. As a fellow, she discovered that she really enjoyed and excelled in clinical research, which led to awards from the university’s Dean for Research as well as recognition from the American College of Physicians. At the time, her primary research was in esophageal diseases, part of her work with her formidable mentor, Dr. Sami Achem. Her husband, Dr. Alon Steinberg, completed his Cardiology Fellowship at the same time and the couple had their first daughter in 1996.

Following her fellowship, Dr. Hazan returned to Montreal and opened a practice across the border in Upstate New York. Her enviable reputation grew quickly and due to socialized medicine in Canada, long wait lists for procedures like colonoscopies brought in many Canadian patients in need of gastroenterology care.

Just as Apple and Tesla were visionaries of technology, Dr. Hazan pursued innovation in medicine. Some perceived her as a threat. A perfectionist in her scientific approach and focused in her quest for excellence, the multi-tasking Hazan was never one for bureaucracy and red tape. She was reported to the medical board, cited for poor record keeping and required to take a course. The experience changed her. She became a warrior who vowed to extend her methodical approach in medical care to its documentation. In the ensuing years she emphasized extreme attention to detail, not just in her work product, but in her clinical research and records. She now embraces oversight from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Independent Review Board (IRB). Her clinical trials are known for their validation and verification.

After the couple’s second daughter was born in 2004, Dr. Hazan rediscovered her passion for research and launched Ventura Clinical Trials. In 2005, she and her husband established respective patient practices in Ventura. Over the years, she attended several national GI conferences where she often met with her good friend and colleague, Dr. Neil Stollman, also a Gastroenterology Fellow in Miami during their residency years. Dr. Stollman had introduced her to the world of fecal microbiota transplant (FMT) and research by Dr. Thomas Borody since the late ‘90s.

Dr. Hazan started researching the use of FMT to treat patients with C. diff, which changed the trajectory of her career. It was Dr. Stollman’s explorations that inspired her to consider the human digestive tract as the body’s Garden of Eden. She later met Dr. Thomas Borody, the father of modern FMT. The meeting proved to be the beginning of a great collaborative relationship that continues to this day as they work together on advanced clinical research of the microbiome. 

After hundreds of clinical trials and treating thousands of patients, Dr. Hazan still faced persistent questions about life, death, health, illness, the gut, and how they were connected. Various curiosities, innovative concepts and ruminations kept her awake at night. Why did she crave McDonald’s when she was pregnant the first time? Why does her first daughter still love it? Alternatively, why does her youngest love vegetables, which Sabine craved often during her second pregnancy? Through research, she saw how dramatically the microbiome impacted human health, and she grew increasingly determined to understand.

Her curiosity led her to Dr. Sydney Finegold at UCLA. Dr. Finegold was certain of an association between bacteria, bowels, and behavior. He was especially sure of a connection between anaerobic bacteria and autism. If bacteria could contribute to autistic behavior, Dr. Hazan wondered if other tendencies, preferences, and characteristics could also be consequences of one’s microbiome.

Could she study the bacteria in human feces and isolate it for treatment? Could she continue trailblazing through an emerging science? When preliminary research of the microbiome led to fecal material in capsules, with venture capitalists controlling the stocks of sh!t, one could say she went rogue. Strongly opposed to a “one pill fits all” solution, she felt called to pioneer her own microbiome research at the clinical level. She was determined to develop valid reproducible data and to leverage that data to emphasize the importance of individualized treatment for patients.

Resolute, she launched ProgenaBiome, a genetic sequencing research company dedicated to understanding the gut flora at the clinical level to advance FMT and other microbial-based therapies. As her professional network grew, she realized that doctors and researchers worldwide were asking the same questions. She traveled, addressed medical forums, and wrote articles in her quest for answers. Meanwhile, she worked persistently to help patients with celiac disease, Crohn’s, ulcers, colitis, and other digestive ailments that she hypothesized were caused by dysbiosis in the gut.

Dr. Sabine Hazan’s quest continues. She and Dr. Borody believe that answers to many medical mysteries and the power to heal may be within the trillions of microbes in the gut flora. Answers are close.

Sheli Ellsworth

Science junkie Sheli Ellsworth grew up on a small farm in Texas and has seen both ends of the life cycle. She graduated magna cum laude from Texas Woman’s University and obtained her master’s degree from West Texas A&M with concentrations in psychology and biology.

After three cases of food poisoning, a son who licked the floor to gross out his sister, and a poop-eating pug—she too had questions about bacteria, behavior, and why she continues ordering chicken enchiladas.

A humorist at heart, this is her seventh book. If you enjoy Sheli’s writing, Confessions of a Pet Au Pair, an amusing guide to pet health is available on Amazon.

Thomas Borody

Microbiome pioneer Thomas Borody was born in Krakow, Poland. His father, Jan Borody, fought in the defense of Warsaw during the Nazi invasion of 1939, and then his parents then survived the German occupation of Poland. Jan, a pastor, worked as a double agent for the Polish underground while his photographer mother, Danuta, fed children trying to escape via sewage pipes from the ghetto.

His father found a way to take young Jewish girls out of ghettos and relocate them to the Krakow Carmelite nunnery where they could ultimately walk in groups over mountains to Switzerland and freedom. In Dec 1959, the family emigrated to Australia and settled in Sydney, where all three Borody children completed their Medical training. Edith became a family physician, Ian an obstetrician/ gynecologist, and Tom a gastroenterologist.

He completed his BS and MB BS degrees at the University of New South Wales then received his MD from Garvan Institute of Medical Research and University of Sydney School of Veterinary Science. He gained experience in parasitology, the treatment of TB and leprosy in the Solomon Islands then spent three years in clinical research at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. Later he earned a PhD at the University of Newcastle and his DSc at University of Technology Sydney.

Dr. Borody’s clinical interests focus on the development of novel treatments including those of human gut microbiome using fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) to treat C. difficile infection, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome as well as neurologic and autoimmune disorders. In 1984, Dr. Borody established the Centre for Digestive Diseases (CDD) in Sydney, Australia and has overseen its growth into an active clinical research institute with 69 employees and 12 physicians treating around 10,000 patients per year. To date, Dr. Borody’s clinic has completed some 35,000 FMT treatments. He refined FMT by developing lyophilized (freeze-dried) FMT capsules and has published more than 310 research papers and has filed over 170 patents. His first FMT in 1988 was carried out on a patient with colitis who remained symptom free.

In 1985, he developed the first effective triple antibiotic therapy for H. pylori, which had a profound impact on curing hundreds of patients. The medication, was sold in the US as Helidac.

He later licensed quadruple antibiotic therapy now marketed as Pylera. He also developed the next generation, FDA-approved treatment for resistant H. pylori, Talicia.

Dr. Borody has also developed a Crohn’s disease treatment now in pivotal trials, as well as colonoscopy bowel prep products Glycoprep, Glycoprep C, Moviprep, and a capsule prep licensed to Salix.

Future Borody therapies include asthma-reversing treatment and a product to treat coronary heart disease as chronic infection. He is currently focusing on the eradication of coronavirus using repurposed, combined anti-viral therapy.

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Serving the physiotherapy needs of our Cochrane, Calgary and area communities. Sunshine Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation is a highly specialized team of physiotherapy professionals with extensive post graduate education that allows us to best deliver our physiotherapy and rehabilitation assessments/programs in 45-minute appointments. We offer the highest quality physiotherapy, acupuncture, C.Gunn IMS and sports rehabilitation services as well as massage therapy.

B.Sc.PT, B.Sc.P.E., M.C.P.A., Clinic Owner, Physical Therapist, Diploma in Sport Physical Therapy, Kinesiologist, Massage Therapist, Post Graduate Certificates in Orthopedics, Medical Acupuncture, GUNN IMS, Women’s Health, Core Teacher, International Federation of Sport Physical Therapy

Denise knew she wanted to be a physiotherapist since high school. She has been passionate about her career ever since.

She believes that the patient is best served through collaboration with sports medicine doctors, orthopedic surgeons, family doctors and other allied health providers.

She obtained her combined physical therapy/physical education degrees from the University of Saskatchewan in 1996/1997. Denise worked in Saskatoon and then in Calgary at the Lindsay Park/Talisman Centre where she treated recreational athletes, National athletes and Pro athletes. At Sunshine Physio she continues to treat this array of athletes.

Denise has also worked in the school setting with children with disabilities and paediatrics offering early intervention and treatment. She no longer goes into the school setting, however routinely treats babies for tortocollis (head shape deformities) and paediatric neuromuscular issues.

The majority of her early career was in the sports setting. This included working with local, National and International teams. The highlight of those experiences was traveling as the team physio for the Canadian Men’s Rugby Team to Ireland.

Denise has taken her levels and competency exams in Orthopaedics. She has passed the oral and written component of the Manual and Manipulative therapy (Part A) from the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy.

Denise has been involved in pursuing a level of excellence for her dear patients. In 1996, she obtained her Advanced Massage Therapy, in 1997 achieved her Personal Fitness and Lifestyle consultant, and in 2010 received her Diploma in Sports Physical Therapy. The diploma in sport medicine is the highest level awarded. This takes years of studying, course work and hands on work. She obtained perfect marks: presently there are a little over 100 physiotherapists across Canada with this level of distinction. She maintains this distinguished designation with continued required course and field work.

Denise suffered from a persistent, nagging pain for a couple of years in her right ovary. She found tremendous relief from Traditional Chinese Medicine, so in 2000 went to the University of Alberta to receive that designation from the renowned Dr. Steven Aung. In 2007 she took further courses in the use of acupuncture needles and obtained GUNN IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation).

After the birth of two large babies (10 pounds each), Denise took a variety of courses in women’s health to treat pelvic floor weakness, incontinence and pain (2004 – 2014). She has taken numerous courses to help females stay active and prevent pelvic floor issues such as incontinence and prolapses. She has expanded that knowledge to help men as well who have issues with prostate cancer and pelvic floor pain (2014).

In 2010 Denise was in a massive head on collision on the highway where she suffered numerous injuries, including fracturing (breaking) her back, foot, numerous torn ligaments, and suffering a serious concussion. She loves treating chronic pain of the spine. She has successfully returned to an active lifestyle through excellent physio, sports medicine and yoga. She loves working with a multidisciplinary team like she had, to provide an appropriate solution to ongoing musculoskeletal problems, which may involve providing referral for prolotherapy evaluation/treatment, or interventional radiology procedures; as well as providing physiotherapy management before, during and after such procedures. As well, she firmly believes in an active home exercise program or coming to her numerous classes that she offers if more guidance is needed or to ensure doing the exercises in a safe manner.

She has developed a personal interest in treatment of concussions and has taken numerous courses in the evaluation and treatment of concussions over her entire career. As research and treatment has changed dramatically over the course of her career, she continues to take courses to stay on the leading edge of what is new to help her dear patients.

She shares her passion for physio, sports medicine, energy medicine and yoga at the clinic and through the numerous classes she offers. The Core Yoga classes are designed to bridge the gap between physio treatments and to return to an active, pain free lifestyle. She has been teaching classes on and off for over 30 years, changing and enhancing them as she develops as a student and teacher. See her yoga bio and class info for more information.


Sunshine Physiotherapy Location

Rustic Market Square
Bay #5 123 – 2nd Ave. West,
Cochrane, AB T4C 2E7

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1623
Cochrane, AB T4C 1B5






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