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02:50 – Jason introduces this week’s guest, Rachel Gurney. Rachel starts with how, in her early 20s, she decided to leave her home in Toronto and follow the call of the West.
08:16 – Rachel gives some thoughts on the community of Canmore, her favorite recreational activities, and experience so far raising a daughter outside of a big city.
11:44 – Rachel describes her work at Nesbitt Burns as a financial planner and investment advisor for Canmore’s families and business owners.
13:13 – Rachel tells why she loves what she does; Jason looks back at Rachel’s LunchBox Lecture at the E=MC2 CoWork Space in Canmore (www.canmorebusinessexcellence.ca/en/events) which prompts a discussion about the quest for knowledge, and how this quest drives Rachel forward in the fast-moving investment field.
16:58 – Break for our sponsor, Canmore’s E=MC2 CoWork space. Where else can you go for a hike, or jump on a snowboard, and then plug in and hit the computer …all in one day? Check out E=MC2 with a free space for your first day, attend a Wednesday LunchBox lecture, or visit us for wind down Fridays. Learn more at www.canmorebusinessexcellence.ca/en. Interested in checking us out? Click HERE for directions and address for E=MC2.
19:27 – Rachel discusses exciting things on the horizon, including her interest in the social governance side of investing. Jason and Rachel review the acronym ESG (environmental, social, governance).
22:22 – Rachel gives a rundown of a typical day as an Investment Advisor, talks mountain biking (shout out to the Canmore Cycling Club), and discusses her dog’s popularity around town.
29:55 – Rachel recommends checking out a running group offered by the new running store in town, Strides.
31:05 – To get in touch with Rachel Gurney, please call her directly by phone at 403-678-9693.
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