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The Sage Advice Podcast is dedicated to the possibility that entrepreneurs continue the work of creation. We celebrate them by allowing them to tell their stories and share their knowledge with others. In doing so we energize the success of businesses around the world through the imagination of our people and the power of technology.

Oct 27, 2016

Larry Smith is the vice president of product development for Risk Perspectives where he is responsible for leading our engineering team in creating intellectual process software for business process owners and their advisors.

Working with clients through Arthur Andersen and KPMG, he brings over 25 years of team...


Oct 20, 2016

Aime Rajotte is CFO of Alberta, Canada’s, Greenbelt Farms, which is a third-generation family farm owned and run by Aime, his four brothers, and one nephew (with another nephew in training). In the late 1930s, when Aime’s father took over the farm, Greenbelt had four milk cows, a few dozen hogs, chickens, and about...


Oct 18, 2016

Tarunjeet Bhatia, CPA, CGA, is chief financial officer with the Association of Neighbourhood Houses BC. ANHBC is a volunteer-driven, community-based nonprofit organization committed to enhancing neighbourhoods in British Columbia. In 2006, under Tarunjeet’s leadership, ANHBC started providing comprehensive financial...


Oct 6, 2016

Randy Illig is a global practice leader with the FranklinCovey Sales Performance Practice (SPP). Randy joined the SPP team because of his first-hand experience and success with their Helping Clients Succeed® (HCS) sales process. He now trains, consults, and coaches clients on how to win more profitable business by...


Oct 4, 2016

Patty McGowan is an IT Professional with over 15 years of experience in a wide variety of technologies and industries. Inventive and driven to continually enhance and improve systems, applications and infrastructure.

But, some of her most important work has come as a volunteer for the American Red Cross. She was...