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Raymond Aaron

Raymond Aaron interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Business Coach, Wealth Management

Discover “the secret” of how Raymond Aaron, NY Times Bestselling Author and Professional Speaker, turned his life around. Learn how to be successful and increase your income through branding and the MTO (minimum, target and outrageous) goal-setting approach. What are you capable of doing beyond your current beliefs?

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Rose Reisman

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Caterer, Cookbook Author, Nutritional Consultant

Sixty-eight percent of Canadians are obese with one in four children contributing to this statistic. In comes Rose Reisman, health and nutrition expert, with seventeen cookbooks and several healthy ventures to inspire Canadians to change the way they eat. Breaking down food groups, she offers tips and strategies for healthy eating. Starting with her famous ‘Swap it’, Rose Reisman shows how food choices can empower us to make smarter decisions. With reference to her latest cookbook, Rose Reisman Family Favourites, she reveals her love affair with light cuisine. Learn how diets impact your system. Learn how to avoid the ‘food prison’. Learn the three key things to watch for in your food.

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Steve Paikin

Steve Paikin interviewed on Professionally Speaking TV

Host of TVO's 'The Agenda'

“Every night is different, every week is the same” says Steve Paikin, Host of TVO’s The Agenda, as he discusses his career and role in the media. With a 30-year history in journalism, he recounts his various television reporting and hosting experiences up to his current role at The Agenda. Now in its fifth season, we learn how the stories are chosen, and where they get their ideas. Recalling his observations and experience from the G20, Steve Paikin shares his thoughts on the rise of Social Media and citizen journalism, and the impact it’s had on the media.

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Barbara Hall

Barbara Hall interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Diversity, Acceptance, Rights

Tracing the circuitous route to her present position, Barbara Hall, Chief Commissioner of the Ontario Human rights Commission, fondly recalls her role of Mayor of Toronto. Talking duties, development, and mistaken identities, she describes a day in the life of an elected official. Her current role at the Ontario Human Rights Commission steers the conversation towards issues of discrimination and the roles of both the Tribunal and the Commission. Sharing real examples Barbara Hall discusses the variety of issues brought to them as well as the ones they seek out, and how these issues are addressed.

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Randall Craig

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Social Media & Web Strategist

In response to viewer demand, Randall Craig, the usual host of Professionally Speaking TV, steps in as a featured guest in this episode. As a best-selling author, and sought after consultant in the field of social media and web strategy, he shares several best practices on how to successfully bind online activities to a business strategy. With a strong history in developing engaged communities, Randall Craig talks about broadcasting versus engagement, handling “comments”, and developing successful client relationships. With social media being a particular strength of his, Randall Craig offers up avenues of connecting social media with Customer Relationship Management and Search Engine Optimization to create a powerful online presence with an impact on business. Learn about Randall Craig’s coveted Anchors and Outpost strategy. Learn how to mitigate risks in online identity theft. Learn how the 4 P’s of marketing fit into today’s strategies.

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Alan Borovoy

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Social Action, Social Change, Social Justice

Looking back on Alan Borovoy’s long and distinguished career, from law school to social action, he recalls his contributions to social improvement and the struggles along the way. Landmark stories ranging from the First Nations in Kenora, to the FLQ and War Measures Act, to the Earnst Zündel trial, help define his career of over 40 years.

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