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Welcome back to you all, and welcome back to Tosh Taylor, who is once again stepping into the interview chair in this week's episode. Tosh wears many hats - she is a business owner, voice artist, influencer, host and much much more. She's also a mother, a close friend, and full of interesting stories. It's wonderful to have you back Tosh! Come hear what she has to say: I hope you are all staying well, Michelle ...

Hello to all of you lovely people, On this week's podcast episode, I am joined by my good friend Melody Land. Melody runs BlueMind Lifestyle Consulting here in Albert County. Melody describes herself as a curious blend of loving, crunchy-granola, zen, shy, creative, intuitive goofball mixed with professional, direct, strong-willed, knowledgeable, and sophisticated mover-and-shaker. You won't meet another person like her! Stay well, Michelle ...

Hello again, It's a fresh week, and it's time for another episode of People. Plan. Connect. Your feedback has been overwhelming; I am delighted you are enjoying listening to it as much as I am enjoying recording it. This week my guest is Darlene Smith, an internationally acclaimed speaker with an unforgettable attitude to life. Darlene is based in Moncton and helps people to attract more happiness through her coaching, books, talks and useful tools, such as her Daily Mind Menu System. Come hear what she has to say: Have a wonderful week, Michelle ...

Hello friends, it's another wonderful week in Moncton and I've had another wonderful chat with Tosh Taylor on the podcast. Tosh has been busy helping local businesses launch their podcasts and you can read more about how she can help you at The Podcast Hub. Tosh has become a familiar face, or voice in this case, on my podcast, featuring as both co-host and guest on numerous occasions. Thank you for your involvement Tosh - your magic makes it happen! Come hear what she has to say: Enjoy the show, Michelle ...

Hello friends, This week on People. Plan. Connect. I'm delighted to have my good friend and local plastic surgeon Dr. Brent Howley. Brent's business has been thriving since it opened in 2006 and delights his clients with his sparkling personality and fabulous results.  Brent is discussing all things business and how to build successful teams - advice that will help so many. Come hear what he has to say: Let me know what you think, Michelle...

Hello all, Another week has flown by and I have once again had a blast recording People. Plan. Connect. This week on the podcast I have a local woman who has it all together - Lyndsay Mazerolle. Lyndsay is the Office Manager and Surgical Coordinator at Dr Brent Howley's cosmetic surgery. She is experienced in keeping people and processes organised and flowing smoothly. Lyndsay will share some tips we can use in our own lives and was a delight to chat to. Come hear what she has to say: Enjoy and have a great week, Michelle...

Hello friends, As many of you know, I wear multiple hats, including COO at Frontier Immigration Services (Canada). This week on People. Plan. Connect. my good friend and colleague Rosalind Miller is with me. Rosalind is a repeat guest on the podcast and Client Relations Coordinator at Frontier. Rosalind has a long history as a Local Business Owner and General Manager and is truly well-placed to share some of her sizeable wisdom. Come hear what she has to say: Thank you for your support, Michelle ...

Good morning everyone, I can't believe my podcast is already on episode 10. It still feels so new to me, and I love chatting with my guests each week, as each has their own insight and viewpoint. This week my guest is Tania Thériault, a Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist working at Dr Brent Howley's practice. Tania studied at the University of Moncton and has experience as a surgical and burn unit nurse as well as an educator with U de M Nursing. She has undergone considerable training and is dedicated to her career. Listen to our conversation: Thank you for joining me on this journey, Michelle...

      You can look at the world in many ways, and I think the most exceptional beauty you can find is people. It's our uniqueness and individuality in what makes us special that radiates regardless of what country we are from in this fantastic world. I am very proud to be from "a town called New Brunswick", Canada, and live in Albert County. Here we are a community of people. And our people make the community.  Albert County is a special place where heritage is alive and well. Celebrating our victories is not something that we've always done publicly, but we always do it proudly. This year we turn 175 years old, and we're going to be more public about the amazing things happening, and I'm incredibly proud to be part of this journey with my community. We live in "a town called New Brunswick," visit Albert County #AC175. Proudly, Michelle photo credit : Mario Carvajal ...