ABOUT THE SHOW

A monthly podcast about breaking through

Join us on journeys below the tip of the iceberg in the human experience. Before the pinnacle of success, where the clouds of doubt and fear present obstacles to heroes that are everyday people.

We discover the fascinating way in which our minds and hearts navigate us through times of uncertainty and vulnerability.

From all walks of life, our guests offer insights of how they invoke the courage and hope to persevere through their struggles.

Breaking down, and breaking through.

They inspire us to realize our hero within.

Latest Episodes

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In this interview, Leah Taylor Roy shares her inspiring journey, recounting her experiences from adopting daughters from Russia to winning elections. She discusses the challenges she faced along the way, including those encountered during her time in office, and highlights her initiatives as a public servant. The conversation underscores the significance of diverse representation in politics, particularly the role of women, and emphasizes the importance of understanding the needs of a diverse population. The discussion concludes on a positive note, advocating for determination, resilience, the willingness to seek assistance, and adaptability as essential factors for both personal and professional success.

Some of the topics we cover are:

πŸ‘‰ The Journey of Adoption and Family Building
πŸ‘‰The Struggles and Triumphs of Women in Society
πŸ‘‰ The Journey into Politics
πŸ‘‰ The Importance of Democracy and Community Service
πŸ‘‰ The Role of an MP: Representation and Responsibility
πŸ‘‰ Balancing Personal Beliefs and Constituent Needs
πŸ‘‰ The Impact of International Conflicts on Local Communities

And much more.

ABOUT THE GUEST:

Leah Taylor Roy, a native of York Region, hails from a family deeply committed to community service and engagement in local non-profits. She earned a Commerce degree from the University of Toronto before pursuing a master's in public policy at Harvard University, specializing in International Finance and Development.

Her career journey took her to the World Bank, where she delved into policy analysis and Treasury work, followed by a stint at McKinsey & Company in Toronto, serving Canadian corporations nationwide. Transitioning to her husband's family energy business, she played a pivotal role in government relations and business expansion.

Alongside her professional endeavors, Leah founded a non-profit facilitating microcredit loans for aspiring entrepreneurs in underserved regions. She and her husband raised a blended family of six children, actively supporting various York Region charities.

In 2022, Leah joined the Board of the Watershed Alliance of the Toronto Regional Conservation Authority. Currently serving as a Member of Parliament, Leah chairs the Liberal Women’s caucus and contributes to committees addressing environmental sustainability, agriculture, and animal welfare. She advocates for her constituents in Aurora Oak Ridges Richmond Hill and champions human rights, particularly women's rights and environmental conservation.

When not in Ottawa, Leah resides in Aurora with her husband, youngest daughter, and two beloved dogs.

https://www.leahtaylorroymp.ca/

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#breakingpodcast

In this interview, Leah Taylor Roy shares her inspiring journey, recounting her experiences from adopting daughters from Russia to winning elections. She discusses the challenges she faced along the way, including those encountered during her time in office, and highlights her initiatives as a public servant. The conversation underscores the significance of diverse representation in politics, particularly the role of women, and emphasizes the importance of understanding the needs of a diverse population. The discussion concludes on a positive note, advocating for determination, resilience, the willingness to seek assistance, and adaptability as essential factors for both personal and professional success.

Some of the topics we cover are:

πŸ‘‰ The Journey of Adoption and Family Building
πŸ‘‰The Struggles and Triumphs of Women in Society
πŸ‘‰ The Journey into Politics
πŸ‘‰ The Importance of Democracy and Community Service
πŸ‘‰ The Role of an MP: Representation and Responsibility
πŸ‘‰ Balancing Personal Beliefs and Constituent Needs
πŸ‘‰ The Impact of International Conflicts on Local Communities

And much more.

ABOUT THE GUEST:

Leah Taylor Roy, a native of York Region, hails from a family deeply committed to community service and engagement in local non-profits. She earned a Commerce degree from the University of Toronto before pursuing a master's in public policy at Harvard University, specializing in International Finance and Development.

Her career journey took her to the World Bank, where she delved into policy analysis and Treasury work, followed by a stint at McKinsey & Company in Toronto, serving Canadian corporations nationwide. Transitioning to her husband's family energy business, she played a pivotal role in government relations and business expansion.

Alongside her professional endeavors, Leah founded a non-profit facilitating microcredit loans for aspiring entrepreneurs in underserved regions. She and her husband raised a blended family of six children, actively supporting various York Region charities.

In 2022, Leah joined the Board of the Watershed Alliance of the Toronto Regional Conservation Authority. Currently serving as a Member of Parliament, Leah chairs the Liberal Women’s caucus and contributes to committees addressing environmental sustainability, agriculture, and animal welfare. She advocates for her constituents in Aurora Oak Ridges Richmond Hill and champions human rights, particularly women's rights and environmental conservation.

When not in Ottawa, Leah resides in Aurora with her husband, youngest daughter, and two beloved dogs.

https://www.leahtaylorroymp.ca/

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Min Woo Park & Diana Hong @ 6story - https://6story.ca

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In the Service of the People: Behind the Scenes with MP Leah Taylor Roy

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Title: Breaking - Darya Divanbeigi

In this interview with Darya Divanbeigi and Muhammad Kermalli, we dive into Darya's inspiring journey to becoming an automotive technician. Despite facing rejection and societal norms in her in journey to break through a predominantly male industry, Darya shares her ups, downs and the moments that shaped her determination. 

From being questioned by teachers and peers in her school life and then facing outright rejection initially in the automotive industry due to her gender, Darya consistently chose to stay true to her path. She shares intruiging insights about being alone versus feeling lonely and the importance of persevering towards what you are passionate about, even when faced with roadblocks.

Tune in to learn how Darya managed to pave her own way in the male-dominated field of the automotive and construction industry, maintained her conviction during times of doubt, and her advice for those who might find themselves in similar circumstances.


Some of the topics we cover are:

πŸ‘‰ Challenging Stereotypes and Embracing Differences
πŸ‘‰ Facing Discrimination in Career Choices
πŸ‘‰ The Turning Point: Embracing Negativity and Rejection
πŸ‘‰ Dealing with Uncertainty
πŸ‘‰ To School or Not to School
πŸ‘‰ Finding Assurance in Being Different


And much more.

ABOUT THE GUEST:

Darya Divanbeigi is currently employed as a Project Manager for a General Contracting Company located in the GTA, dedicated to providing services for citizens' homes. Her interests revolve around the culture of high-performance automotive and motorsport tuning. With a primary passion for trades, Darya initially delved into the automotive industry. Having first immersed herself in the workings of her car at the age of 16, she discovered a means of self-expression and a diverse community where she could share her knowledge. Darya is characterized as an outgoing individual who constantly seeks change, emphasizing the significance of independence and strong work ethics in shaping her identity.

http://www.matteorenovationsltd.com/

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Visit https://thebreakingshow.com for all episodes of the show.

πŸŽ™οΈ HOSTED BY:

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🎦 PRODUCED BY:

Min Woo Park & Diana Hong @ 6story - https://6story.ca

#breakingpodcast

Title: Breaking - Darya Divanbeigi

In this interview with Darya Divanbeigi and Muhammad Kermalli, we dive into Darya's inspiring journey to becoming an automotive technician. Despite facing rejection and societal norms in her in journey to break through a predominantly male industry, Darya shares her ups, downs and the moments that shaped her determination.

From being questioned by teachers and peers in her school life and then facing outright rejection initially in the automotive industry due to her gender, Darya consistently chose to stay true to her path. She shares intruiging insights about being alone versus feeling lonely and the importance of persevering towards what you are passionate about, even when faced with roadblocks.

Tune in to learn how Darya managed to pave her own way in the male-dominated field of the automotive and construction industry, maintained her conviction during times of doubt, and her advice for those who might find themselves in similar circumstances.


Some of the topics we cover are:

πŸ‘‰ Challenging Stereotypes and Embracing Differences
πŸ‘‰ Facing Discrimination in Career Choices
πŸ‘‰ The Turning Point: Embracing Negativity and Rejection
πŸ‘‰ Dealing with Uncertainty
πŸ‘‰ To School or Not to School
πŸ‘‰ Finding Assurance in Being Different


And much more.

ABOUT THE GUEST:

Darya Divanbeigi is currently employed as a Project Manager for a General Contracting Company located in the GTA, dedicated to providing services for citizens' homes. Her interests revolve around the culture of high-performance automotive and motorsport tuning. With a primary passion for trades, Darya initially delved into the automotive industry. Having first immersed herself in the workings of her car at the age of 16, she discovered a means of self-expression and a diverse community where she could share her knowledge. Darya is characterized as an outgoing individual who constantly seeks change, emphasizing the significance of independence and strong work ethics in shaping her identity.

http://www.matteorenovationsltd.com/

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🌐 EXPLORE THE SHOW:

Visit https://thebreakingshow.com for all episodes of the show.

πŸŽ™οΈ HOSTED BY:

Muhammad Kermalli - https://ca.linkedin.com/in/muhammadkermalli

🎦 PRODUCED BY:

Min Woo Park & Diana Hong @ 6story - https://6story.ca

YouTube Video VVV1VjBKQnlLclpoOXBvdGZtLXg2b3NRLmtsTGxRNkZ6VVNJ

Defying Norms: The Pursuit of Passion with Darya Divanbeigi

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In this episode of Breaking, we explore the personal journey of Mayor David West. From his early experiences as a teacher and business owner to his current role as the Mayor of Richmond Hill, we will delve into the challenges he has faced, the values he holds dear, and his vision for a stronger, more cohesive community.


Some of the topics we cover are:


πŸ‘‰ Discovering a passion for Politics
πŸ‘‰ Finding fulfillment in teaching
πŸ‘‰ Family support and collaborative spirit
πŸ‘‰ Building community 
πŸ‘‰ The importance of maintaining the character of Richmond Hill
πŸ‘‰ Fostering communication and inclusion
πŸ‘‰ The fundamental responsibilities of a leader


And much more.


ABOUT THE GUEST:


David West was re-elected Mayor in October 2022, after first being elected in January 2022. Prior to that, he was appointed to Council on December 4, 2013 to fill a vacancy and was elected in October 2014 and 2018 to continue as Councillor for Ward 4.


He has served the residents of Richmond Hill for years as a local business owner and has demonstrated leadership through various volunteer community positions. With the Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce, he has been Chair of the Government Affairs Committee, a member of the Board of Directors and also served as Chair of the Chamber. A committed contributor to his community, David has volunteered with Yellow Brick House, Mackenzie Health and the Toronto Waldorf School.


Before becoming a Councillor, David served on numerous Richmond Hill committees and task forces, including: Yonge Street Subway Task Force; Cultural Leadership Council; Committee of Adjustment; RHCPA Marketing Committee; Community Hub Liaison Committee; Richmond Hill Winter Carnival Committee and more.


David was also an active participant in the public consultations held during the development of Richmond Hill's Official Plan and Strategic Plan (2010 to 2014).


David's current Committee participation for the 2022-2026 term include Chair of the Affordable Housing Strategy Implementation Committee (AHSIC), Vice-Chair of the Budget Committee of the Whole (BCW), member of the Audit Committee, Economic Development Committee (EDC) and Heritage Centre Advisory Committee (HCAC). As a member of Regional Council he is Chair of the York Region Housing Affordability Task Force, and sits on the Committees for Public Works – Environmental Services, York Region Rapid Transit Corporation, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and TRCA’s Partners in Project Green Executive Management Steering Committee.


A husband and father, David has called Richmond Hill home for more than 30 years. He is a passionate patron of the visual arts. As lifelong learner, David enjoys reading on a wide range of topics and he appreciates any opportunity to be in the outdoors. Watch for him at community events, he loves to meet and speak with Richmond Hill constituents.


https://davidwest-richmondhill.ca/


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Visit https://thebreakingshow.com for all episodes of the show.


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Min Woo Park & Diana Hong @ 6story - https://6story.ca

#breakingpodcast



In this episode of Breaking, we explore the personal journey of Mayor David West. From his early experiences as a teacher and business owner to his current role as the Mayor of Richmond Hill, we will delve into the challenges he has faced, the values he holds dear, and his vision for a stronger, more cohesive community.


Some of the topics we cover are:


πŸ‘‰ Discovering a passion for Politics
πŸ‘‰ Finding fulfillment in teaching
πŸ‘‰ Family support and collaborative spirit
πŸ‘‰ Building community
πŸ‘‰ The importance of maintaining the character of Richmond Hill
πŸ‘‰ Fostering communication and inclusion
πŸ‘‰ The fundamental responsibilities of a leader


And much more.


ABOUT THE GUEST:


David West was re-elected Mayor in October 2022, after first being elected in January 2022. Prior to that, he was appointed to Council on December 4, 2013 to fill a vacancy and was elected in October 2014 and 2018 to continue as Councillor for Ward 4.


He has served the residents of Richmond Hill for years as a local business owner and has demonstrated leadership through various volunteer community positions. With the Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce, he has been Chair of the Government Affairs Committee, a member of the Board of Directors and also served as Chair of the Chamber. A committed contributor to his community, David has volunteered with Yellow Brick House, Mackenzie Health and the Toronto Waldorf School.


Before becoming a Councillor, David served on numerous Richmond Hill committees and task forces, including: Yonge Street Subway Task Force; Cultural Leadership Council; Committee of Adjustment; RHCPA Marketing Committee; Community Hub Liaison Committee; Richmond Hill Winter Carnival Committee and more.


David was also an active participant in the public consultations held during the development of Richmond Hill's Official Plan and Strategic Plan (2010 to 2014).


David's current Committee participation for the 2022-2026 term include Chair of the Affordable Housing Strategy Implementation Committee (AHSIC), Vice-Chair of the Budget Committee of the Whole (BCW), member of the Audit Committee, Economic Development Committee (EDC) and Heritage Centre Advisory Committee (HCAC). As a member of Regional Council he is Chair of the York Region Housing Affordability Task Force, and sits on the Committees for Public Works – Environmental Services, York Region Rapid Transit Corporation, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and TRCA’s Partners in Project Green Executive Management Steering Committee.


A husband and father, David has called Richmond Hill home for more than 30 years. He is a passionate patron of the visual arts. As lifelong learner, David enjoys reading on a wide range of topics and he appreciates any opportunity to be in the outdoors. Watch for him at community events, he loves to meet and speak with Richmond Hill constituents.


https://davidwest-richmondhill.ca/


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Visit https://thebreakingshow.com for all episodes of the show.


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Min Woo Park & Diana Hong @ 6story - https://6story.ca

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Building a Stronger Community with Mayor David West

In this episode of Breaking, Glenda Kroll shares her personal journey of feeling overshadowed within her family. Growing up as the youngest of four children, her siblings had special needs, which meant that her own needs and desires often took a backseat. Glenda reflects on the impact this had on her self-worth and the constant questioning of her purpose in life. Despite being perceived as strong, she longed for the attention and love that she felt was lacking. Tune in to hear her powerful story of finding her voice and standing up for herself.


Some of the topics we cover are:


πŸ‘‰ Questioning purpose and attention. 
πŸ‘‰ Growing up with two brothers with special needs.
πŸ‘‰ Not getting attention as a child because the attention is toward a sibling. 
πŸ‘‰ Feeling guilty about asking for help. 
πŸ‘‰ Feeling unnoticed. 
πŸ‘‰ Being comfortable in your own skin.
πŸ‘‰ Appearance and self-perception. 
πŸ‘‰ Glass children and parental understanding. 


And much more.


LEARN MORE ABOUT THE GUEST:


Glenda Kroll emerges as a certified Life Coach and Reinvention Specialist, a thriving entrepreneur, and a dedicated Real Estate Investor. Her transformative journey through trials and challenges has shaped her into a guiding light for others. Drawing from her extraordinary experiences, she's committed to assisting individuals globally in conquering self-doubt, recognizing their value, and surmounting setbacks. Her philosophy revolves around the notion that life unfolds for individuals, not to them. Today, Glenda is focused on guiding individuals to reshape and reimagine their lives beyond the age of 50.


Instead of viewing past experiences as failures, Glenda urges individuals to decode the clues left by their history, transforming it into the hero of their narrative. By unearthing strengths, skills, and passions, she constructs a roadmap that leads to a refined future self – an upgraded 2.1 version.


Glenda's expertise spans personalized coaching, engaging workshops, dynamic panel discussions, and impactful global events. Her unique approach puts individuals at ease as she accompanies them on their transformative journeys towards elevated well-being, prosperity, and self-awareness.


Throughout her illustrious career, Glenda has formed deep connections with diverse individuals, unraveling the essence of what drives them. This has paved the way for her special focus on women empowerment, helping them discover their inner voices, cultivate positivity, establish financial stability, and reclaim their power even amidst turmoil.


Fueled by her captivating personal odyssey, Glenda embarks on an exhilarating mission to empower individuals, enabling them to tap into their inherent strength for self-reconstruction and the attainment of their aspirations.


https://www.Glendakroll.com


https://www.linkedin.com/in/glendakroll


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🌐 EXPLORE THE SHOW:


Visit https://thebreakingshow.com for all episodes of the show.


πŸŽ™οΈ HOSTED BY:


Muhammad Kermalli - https://ca.linkedin.com/in/muhammadkermalli


Triena McGuirk - https://linkedin.com/in/triena-mcguirk-bsw-msw-rsw-576a2a10a/


🎦 PRODUCED BY:


Min Woo Park & Diana Hong @ 6story - https://6story.ca

In this episode of Breaking, Glenda Kroll shares her personal journey of feeling overshadowed within her family. Growing up as the youngest of four children, her siblings had special needs, which meant that her own needs and desires often took a backseat. Glenda reflects on the impact this had on her self-worth and the constant questioning of her purpose in life. Despite being perceived as strong, she longed for the attention and love that she felt was lacking. Tune in to hear her powerful story of finding her voice and standing up for herself.


Some of the topics we cover are:


πŸ‘‰ Questioning purpose and attention.
πŸ‘‰ Growing up with two brothers with special needs.
πŸ‘‰ Not getting attention as a child because the attention is toward a sibling.
πŸ‘‰ Feeling guilty about asking for help.
πŸ‘‰ Feeling unnoticed.
πŸ‘‰ Being comfortable in your own skin.
πŸ‘‰ Appearance and self-perception.
πŸ‘‰ Glass children and parental understanding.


And much more.


LEARN MORE ABOUT THE GUEST:


Glenda Kroll emerges as a certified Life Coach and Reinvention Specialist, a thriving entrepreneur, and a dedicated Real Estate Investor. Her transformative journey through trials and challenges has shaped her into a guiding light for others. Drawing from her extraordinary experiences, she's committed to assisting individuals globally in conquering self-doubt, recognizing their value, and surmounting setbacks. Her philosophy revolves around the notion that life unfolds for individuals, not to them. Today, Glenda is focused on guiding individuals to reshape and reimagine their lives beyond the age of 50.


Instead of viewing past experiences as failures, Glenda urges individuals to decode the clues left by their history, transforming it into the hero of their narrative. By unearthing strengths, skills, and passions, she constructs a roadmap that leads to a refined future self – an upgraded 2.1 version.


Glenda's expertise spans personalized coaching, engaging workshops, dynamic panel discussions, and impactful global events. Her unique approach puts individuals at ease as she accompanies them on their transformative journeys towards elevated well-being, prosperity, and self-awareness.


Throughout her illustrious career, Glenda has formed deep connections with diverse individuals, unraveling the essence of what drives them. This has paved the way for her special focus on women empowerment, helping them discover their inner voices, cultivate positivity, establish financial stability, and reclaim their power even amidst turmoil.


Fueled by her captivating personal odyssey, Glenda embarks on an exhilarating mission to empower individuals, enabling them to tap into their inherent strength for self-reconstruction and the attainment of their aspirations.


https://www.Glendakroll.com


https://www.linkedin.com/in/glendakroll


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🌐 EXPLORE THE SHOW:


Visit https://thebreakingshow.com for all episodes of the show.


πŸŽ™οΈ HOSTED BY:


Muhammad Kermalli - https://ca.linkedin.com/in/muhammadkermalli


Triena McGuirk - https://linkedin.com/in/triena-mcguirk-bsw-msw-rsw-576a2a10a/


🎦 PRODUCED BY:


Min Woo Park & Diana Hong @ 6story - https://6story.ca

YouTube Video VVV1VjBKQnlLclpoOXBvdGZtLXg2b3NRLnFYcGlkbVl5WHJJ

Finding Strength and Inspiration in Our Inner Voice with Glenda Kroll

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This week on Breaking, we talk to David Morneau, the CEO of Morneau Family Law and Legal Innovation. He talks about the importance of connecting with yourself and aligning with your values.

Some of the topics we cover are:

πŸ‘‰ Growing up in Windsor, Ontario and what led him on this journey
πŸ‘‰ The zero sum game mentality of Law School
πŸ‘‰ Life after law school and the expectation of working 70+ hours a week
πŸ‘‰ Taking a step back from the pursuit and looking at what you sacrificed
πŸ‘‰ Being true to yourself
πŸ‘‰ Burnout and taking a complete break from practicing law
πŸ‘‰ Making an impact

And much more.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE GUEST:

For over 20 years, David has practised law with empathy, compassion and integrity, helping families through challenging circumstances with considerable care. He applies innovation and creativity in assisting individuals and families in determining what they need to overcome the obstacles they are facing, empowering them to do so with dignity, honour and a focus on the future and communication, ensuring that they have all information and advice to make informed decisions. 

David has been formally trained as both a family mediator and collaborative legal professional, is accredited as both and was one of the first in the province to receive recognition as an Advanced Collaborative Professional. His skill and experience allow him to handle all family law related matters. 

Throughout his career, David has observed and analyzed our legal systems and has spoken widely about reform and change. He has acted as counsel for parents and children in the family justice system and was able to witness firsthand the impact that adversarial processes can have on families in transition. Through his training, he continues to learn new skills for conflict resolution which give the participants the ability to listen, communicate, solve their own differences, both now and in the future. 

David believes in authenticity, honesty and being genuine and open with those he assists. He helps empower people to develop a solution that is right for them and will help design a process that will help to meet an individual’s hopes and goals, while helping to recognize their worries and concerns. In his experience, this has a much greater chance of guiding families to a much brighter future.

David Morneau | LinkedIn

David Morneau LL.B. – Lawyer in Waterloo Region

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Visit https://thebreakingshow.com for all episodes of the show.

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🎦 PRODUCED BY:

Min Woo Park & Diana Hong @ 6story - https://6story.ca

#breakingpodcast

This week on Breaking, we talk to David Morneau, the CEO of Morneau Family Law and Legal Innovation. He talks about the importance of connecting with yourself and aligning with your values.

Some of the topics we cover are:

πŸ‘‰ Growing up in Windsor, Ontario and what led him on this journey
πŸ‘‰ The zero sum game mentality of Law School
πŸ‘‰ Life after law school and the expectation of working 70+ hours a week
πŸ‘‰ Taking a step back from the pursuit and looking at what you sacrificed
πŸ‘‰ Being true to yourself
πŸ‘‰ Burnout and taking a complete break from practicing law
πŸ‘‰ Making an impact

And much more.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE GUEST:

For over 20 years, David has practised law with empathy, compassion and integrity, helping families through challenging circumstances with considerable care. He applies innovation and creativity in assisting individuals and families in determining what they need to overcome the obstacles they are facing, empowering them to do so with dignity, honour and a focus on the future and communication, ensuring that they have all information and advice to make informed decisions.

David has been formally trained as both a family mediator and collaborative legal professional, is accredited as both and was one of the first in the province to receive recognition as an Advanced Collaborative Professional. His skill and experience allow him to handle all family law related matters.

Throughout his career, David has observed and analyzed our legal systems and has spoken widely about reform and change. He has acted as counsel for parents and children in the family justice system and was able to witness firsthand the impact that adversarial processes can have on families in transition. Through his training, he continues to learn new skills for conflict resolution which give the participants the ability to listen, communicate, solve their own differences, both now and in the future.

David believes in authenticity, honesty and being genuine and open with those he assists. He helps empower people to develop a solution that is right for them and will help design a process that will help to meet an individual’s hopes and goals, while helping to recognize their worries and concerns. In his experience, this has a much greater chance of guiding families to a much brighter future.

David Morneau | LinkedIn

David Morneau LL.B. – Lawyer in Waterloo Region

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Min Woo Park & Diana Hong @ 6story - https://6story.ca

YouTube Video VVV1VjBKQnlLclpoOXBvdGZtLXg2b3NRLkczMzlNQUNBYXVr

Creating a Life of Meaning: How to Align Your Values and Purpose with David Morneau