This is the kickoff “little bit about me” episode of the podcast where you get to know host and coach Merideth Bisiker personally, before diving into the full podcast episodes.
In this episode, you’ll meet Tanya Hilts, Certified Professional Bookkeeper. Tanya is renowned on the Canadian and US bookkeeping circles as THE go-to expert on how to run and grow a successful bookkeeping practice that makes a profit. The reason Tanya’s been successful? She’s learned to set boundaries with her clients.
Comedy can make you laugh or…cringe. In this episode, comedian Nancy Ho leads us through an exploration of where boundaries end and cancel culture begins in the arts and entertainment industry.
In this episode, I speak with psycho-therapist Yvany Peery who brings calmness and sense to the confusion that you feel about why people appear to be living different realities despite the fact that we’re all living in the same world.
In this episode, Yvany Peery, MSW, Clinical Social Worker, and I dig deep into the reasons why some people can move through traumatic events more easily, while others struggle, and how experiencing traumatic events can alter your ability to set and keep the right boundaries for yourself.
One of the hardest-hit sectors during the pandemic has been arts and culture, and touring musician Ryan McMahon and former musician manager Cathleen McMahon desribe their journey over the past two years that took them from being partners in business to Cathleen resigning from her role as Ryan’s manager and finding a new path that better suited her personal growth and desires.