October 2nd, 2018 | Season 1 | 1 hr 27 secs
addictions, brampton, communicator, community, counselling, creatives, depression, education, eminem, emotions, entrepreneur, etobicoke, film, generosity, growing, growth, happiness, harman, harmanjit, health, hiphop, hp, intelligence, interview, kindess, love, malton, mississauga, motivation, podcast, podcasters, podcasting, positivity, power, psychology, punjabi, purpose, radio, rap, rct, rct ep 20, rct podcast, real community talks, selfless, sikh, writing
Harmanjit Khakh cannot be described by a traditional title because he prefers to be defined as someone whose purpose is to exude, live and spread positivity. On this episode we talk about realizing your emotional intelligence, how perspective can turn negativity into positivity, how the modern education system is failing students, and the importance of trusting your age.
September 25th, 2018 | Season 1 | 48 mins 52 secs
author, breathe, businesswoman, community, creative, depression, entrepreneur, growing, growth, interview, jo-anne, joanne, love, malton, mental health, mississauga, motivation, podcast, poems, poetry, prayers, progress, prose, published, purpose, radio, rct, rct ep 19, rct podcast, real community talks, resiliency, rest, romance, santos, self published, spoken, success, therapy, wings, word, writing
Jo-Anne Santos is a self-published author who in March 2018 released the popular "Growing Wings Book". By day she is an Early Childhood Educator and by night she is a writer/author who is currently working on resources to support up and coming authors who wish to self publish. On this episode we talk about her recently released book "Growing Wings", her fight with depression, how pace is a sign of maturity, and a super dope exclusive opportunity to purchase her book online.
September 18th, 2018 | Season 1 | 1 hr 2 mins
businessman, clothing, community, custom, entrepreneur, failure, flyby, flybydesign, flybydesignshop, graphics, illustrator, influencer, instagram, interview, malton, mississauga, motivation, photoshop, podcast, power, progress, purpose, radio, rct, rct ep 17, rct podcast, real community talks, rexdale, risk, screenprint, success, tattoo, transformers, weeknd, youth, youtube
Sheldon Halstead is the founder and owner of one of the GTA's most popular custom clothing, graphic design and clothing line companies known as Fly By Design. On this episode we talk about the reality of being an entrepreneur, how to balance being a father and a business owner, why completing a degree isn’t the only pathway to success, and how he deals with the idea of being powerful beyond measure.
September 11th, 2018 | Season 1 | 1 hr 3 mins
artist, beauty, blogger, blogging, christ, community, crown, cyw, depression, faith, fear, healing, hood, humber, identity brampton, influencer, instagram, interview, jesus, love, makeup, malton, ministry, mississauga, motivation, podcast, progress, purpose, radio, rct, rct ep 17, rct podcast, real community talks, rexdale, vlogger, vlogging, youth, youtube
Amelia Graciela Torres is a Child and Youth Worker who currently works with both Vita Centre and Malton Neighbourhood Services. On this episode we talk about the peace she has found knowing she is a work in progress, how she used her hurt for purpose, and her thoughts on MAC products now being sold in Sephora Stores.
September 4th, 2018 | Season 1 | 50 mins 7 secs
administration, administrative, brampton, business, college, commerce, community, complacency, complacent, coordinator, coversation, editing, freelance, government, humber, influencer, interview, malton, mississauga, municipal, planning, podcast, public sector, radio, rct, rct ep 16, rct podcast, real community talks, recreation, success, toronto, travel
Olivia Orvis-Bowers is currently an Administrative Coordinator with the City of Brampton having just finished working with the City of Mississauga in various administrative roles for the past 7 years. On this episode we talk about how Olivia strives to avoid complacency by seeking out the next level of success, why she decided to leave one municipal giant for another, how she worked one shift at Tommy Hilfiger then left, and we also simulate the popular channel “All Def” by diving into some pretty cringe worthy dad jokes.
August 28th, 2018 | Season 1 | 58 mins 21 secs
banking, basketball, brampton, church, community, coversation, derozan, digital governance, digital risk, digital transformation, downtown toronto, faith, finances, gta, jesus, kawhi, kipling, leo bailey, malton, minister, mississauga, pastor, podcast, racism, rbc, rbc bank, rct, rct ep 15, rct podcast, real community talks, rexdale, swag, toronto, toronto raptors, university, video podcast
Leo Bailey is a Senior Manager of Digital Risk & Governance with RBC in downtown Toronto. On this episode we talk about Leo’s come up from the Rex to the city skylines of downtown Toronto, how God has been the centre of his life and decision making, and why he believes the Kawhi/Derozan trade was a steal for the Raptors.
August 21st, 2018 | Season 1 | 46 mins 1 sec
anxiety, artist, brampton, content, culture, depression, entrepreneur, hiphop, influencer, malton, mental health, mh, military, mississauga, music producer, podcast, producer, rappers, rct, rctpodcast, real community talks, realcommunitytalks, savy jay, savyjay, songwriter, soundcloud, toronto, video podcast
Savy Jay Aka AJ, the Founder of $AVTEAM is a Malton Based Singer, Rapper, Songwriter and Music Producer who has been popping off in the Greater Toronto Area with roughly 9k supporters on Instagram. On this episode we discuss the behind the scenes aspects of music production, how he dealt with depression, anxiety and mental health, and how he almost burned his house down over some chicken nuggets.
August 14th, 2018 | Season 1 | 55 mins 27 secs
basir ahmad, bfx, bfxphotography, blogging, brampton, cfre radio, chrissy teigen, digital marketer, digital marketing, entrepreneur, film podcast, george brown college, instagram, instagram photography, john legend, malton, mississauga, peter mckinnon, photographer, photography, podcast, rct basir, real c talks, real community talks, regent park, toronto, utm
Basir Ahmad aka BFX is the founder and photographer of BFX Photography, is the founder of Click Clique 6ix a page that features talented GTA Photographers and during his 9-5 he is a Digital Marketing Associate/Graphic Designer for a downtown Toronto Corporate Company. On this episode we talk about why your personal brand is important, why he does photo-shoots for free, how photography has been a tool to develop dope friendships, and how he played a role in one of his friends Instagram posts about John Legend being reposted by Chrissy Teigen.
July 31st, 2018 | Season 1 | 1 hr 12 mins
brampton, canada christian college, entrepreneur, free lance artist, free lance painter, hand painted murals, jess spagnolo, losing a loved one, love nature, malton, mississauga, musician, paul baloche, podcast, rct podcast, real community talks, singer, society 6, songwriter, ted talks, toronto, video podcast, visual artist, york university
Jess Spagnolo is a multi-talented visual artist/free lance painter and a professional singer, songwriter, and musician playing across Toronto and the GTA. Recently Jess launched some of her artwork on a site called Society 6 where you can turn your high res art into merchandise. On this episode, we talk about how Jess uses scriptures about nature to inspire her art, how she utilized her skillsets to become an entrepreneur, how music was therapy to her during the loss of her father, and why she is an obsessive SIM’s 3 game player.
July 24th, 2018 | Season 1 | 55 mins 34 secs
brampton, celebrating daughters, entrepreneur, laadliyan, malton, manvir bhangu, mississauga, non profit, podcast, punjabi, rct podcast, real community talks, sikh, son preference, ted talks, toronto, video podcast, womens rights, womens rights activist, youth worker
Manvir Bhangu is the Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit organization, "Laadliyan", Celebrating Daughters. Recently, Manvir received an award from the Brampton Board of Trade as one of Brampton’s Top 40 under 40 for her outstanding work in her community. On this episode we talk about how Manvir started her own non-profit organization, her passion for celebrating daughters/women’s rights, and how failure was the best thing that ever happened to her growth.