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About Michael Cameron

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Michael David Cameron is a Canadian author, entrepreneur, philanthropist and advocate against Gender Based Violence. Cameron is known for his speaking engagements, seminars, and various writing projects. Mike is also the founder and managing partner of Axiom Mortgage, One of Canada’s largest independent brokerage firms based in Sherwood Park. He is also an active philanthropist, partnering with organizations such as Stop Abuse in Families (SAIF) society, and the White Ribbon Campaign. He is the Founder/Race Director of the Ignore No More Run for Respect, an awareness building, fundraising event targeting men to open the discussion on healthy relationships.
Mike is an avid athlete having completed several Ironman triathlons and ultra marathons. His love of the outdoors has led him to become take up climbing both rock and ice. Mike has taken personal tragedy and turned it into a lifelong purpose to affect change in others.

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  • +Something’s Gotta Change… Maybe It’s You!: Ensuring Success Even When “Shit Happens”

    This presentation delivers an inspiring, impactful message that teaches participants to release their untapped potential and take control of their business. The audience will learn to take control of their professional lives, become accountable to themselves, regardless of the external pressures to their business. Whether you acknowledge it or not, change is happening daily. There are a myriad of external factors that influence our markets, our business and the environment we operate in. The vast majority of these factors we have little to no power to change. We can fight the changes. We can resist them, ignore them or let them flatten us. What we cannot do is stop them from happening. So when I hear someone drop the “Something’s gotta change” truism, I want to grab them by the shoulders and shake them and scream “Yeah something’s gotta change… Maybe it’s you!” This session focuses on personal accountability and shifting attitudes to navigate the undulating plains of change within any business.

  • +Redefining Badass

    This is a conversation on Emotional Intelligence that can be tailored to your specific audience. Coupling my experience as CEO of one of Canada’s top mortgage brokerages with my own tragic lived experiences this keynote hits home on many levels. In a society that seems to continue to push the stereotypical, unrealistic, hypermasculine values that have been passed on from generation to generation it is important to understand the perils that this cultural mentality invite. This presentation is as relevant in the high school, college or University classroom as it is the corporate boardroom. For years I have written and talked about both the personal and societal challenges that conforming to the normative definition of what it means to be a Badass create.

  • +The Brand of ME: Science and Story for Authentic Selling

    This presentation delivers an inspiring, impactful message that teaches participants to release their untapped potential. Mike tells of his experience training for an iron distance triathlon and uses that as a parallel to teach what is required for long-term business success. Many of the principles taught are used within the presentation itself to ensure a powerful message is driven home.

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Articles by Michael Cameron

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It’s not rocket science folks!

The following is an article I wrote back in 2007 and came across as we redefine our business processes  I thought it was worthy of republishing You are well on your way to becoming a “successful” mortgage... [...]

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Words to live by

For our conference in Las Vegas this month I prepared a workshop on effective communication  Unfortunately (or fortunately) we ended up with far too much content for our 48 hours together and ended up scrapping that... [...]

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Why I drop kicked Mark Messier

Alright so I didn't exactly drop kick Mark Messier but I did cross paths with him at an event in Las Vegas last week It was the opening day of our very first corporate national conference We held the event at the... [...]

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Telus: Customer Service via Twitter?

So late last year my wife convinced me that we needed PVR anywhere Yes, that is right, PVR Anywhere Our Shaw system with one PVR just wasn't cutting it I mean really, what if we want to watch a show in the basement or... [...]

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Are you a salesperson?

Do you view yourself as a salesperson I would suggest you probably should Let's start with the definition of sales The exchange of a good or service for money; the action of selling something If you earn a living in... [...]

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Relationship Marketing Revisited

Recently, Chris Smith from Inman Next published a blog post entitled "Real Estate is no longer a Relationship Business"  While I agree with the sentiment, I completely disagree with the title and what it implies First... [...]

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Christopher’s Passion

My 10 year old was asked by his grade 6 teacher to write a paragraph about something he was passionate about  This is what he wrote: I run on to the field at the start of the game My heart pounding and the crowd... [...]

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Providing “Value”, Part 3

In my last couple of posts I talked about some of the ways that I have observed people "provide value" in interesting or unique ways In this post I wanted to share a story of one of the ways my team found to 'provide... [...]

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“VALUE” COMES IN MANY SHAPES AND SIZES: PART 2

In my last post Part 1 of this topic I talked about the challenges of providing value via social media or otherwise to attract prospective clients or referral sources In this post I am going to continue with that same... [...]

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The HOME Program

The following is an article that was written and published in the Canadian Mortgage Professional magazine You can view the HOME Program website here The article below focuses on my participation but it is important to... [...]

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“Value” comes in many shapes and sizes: Part 1

One of the things you will often hear from the marketing gurus out there is the constant talk about 'value' The concept is that you can't just be spewing product information and pushing your message out to the masses... [...]

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Some folks get it… and some they don’t

So since I started getting on this social media bandwagon, I've been really paying attention to how companies interact with the public  Especially on Twitter I have run into a few different experiences that I thought I... [...]

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Video: Relationship based selling in a Digital World

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The Power of Social Media

About a month ago I was asked to come do a presentation at a lunch and learn in a fairly casual setting I discussed a few subjects with the organizer and we settled on what I would entitle "Relationship based selling in... [...]

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Lessons from Twitter on Accountability and Transparency

You will hear all kinds of words used to describe how to interact on social media You will hear about authenticity, you will hear about engagement  The two most powerful words when it comes to social media and... [...]

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