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About Mike 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 Mike Cameron

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Why I Stopped Setting Goals

I have officially quit!  That's it, I've had enough  I hereby decree that I will no longer set goals for myself For as long as I can remember I have been taught that come January 1st,  I should sit down and write... [...]

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Episode 35: Richard Robbins – Delivering the Unexpected

Richard Robbins is Co-founder and CEO of Richard Robbins International, a global sales and business coaching organization that amassed over $50 million dollars in revenue worldwide in its first ten years alone The... [...]

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Project Pay it Forward: The Next Level

I will contribute up to $20,00000 at a rate of $100 for each member of the Project Pay it Forward Group or  Each subscriber to my mailing list  Join the group or subscribe now to make your impact! Together we... [...]

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What I Learned From A Conversation With A Billionaire

First off, it wasn't me who had the conversation with the Billionaire  Sorry  It was James Altucher on his podcast as he interviewed Ted Leonsis  If you have never listened to James you need to know that he is quite... [...]

Sell More with Sales Coaching
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Episode 34: Peri Shawn – Profitable Conversations

Peri Shawn is an award winning author who specializes in working with leaders who want to get better results  She works on helping people think better so that they can do better  She is known as a profitable... [...]

Shane Feldman - Count Me In
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Episode 33: Shane Feldman – Inspiring Youth Across The Planet

How many 20 year olds do you know that have their own Wikipedia page Here is Shane's bio from Wikipedia: "Shane Feldman is a motivational speaker and critically acclaimed producer[1] He is one of Canada's Top 20... [...]

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What if you were born with super powers but nobody showed you how to use them?

Note: This article had the potential to go off on a number of different tangents  Rather than try and explore every concept in detail I have highlighted my takeaways and provided links to further information where... [...]

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Episode 32: Coach Dan – Author, Ironman and all round great guy

Dan O'Neill is my triathlon coach  Dan is an extremely inspirational man who has completed 3 Ironman races, written a book and been a part of raising several hundred thousand dollars for Kids with Cancer In this... [...]

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Episode 31: Christopher Novais – The Art of Letting Go

Christopher Novais is a Toronto native who embodies the term entrepreneur  Christopher graduated from York University with a degree in marketing and wasted no time putting it to use  Christoper is the co-founder of... [...]

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The Power of Teamwork

A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to participate in the 2015 MS Tour  The tour is a 180KM round trip bike ride from Leduc to Camrose  I was honored to be part of a fantastic team made up of members of my... [...]

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Episode 30: Nicole Almond – Making a Difference Through Entrepreneurship

Nicole Almond is the President of Enactus Canada Nicole talks to us not only about her role as President and what Enactus does but shares some of her experience as a student in the Enactus program while she was in... [...]

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Episode 29: Carmen Alpaerts Making a Difference

Carmen Alpaerts has been active in the community for a very long time  She is a firm believer in giving back to your community  Her 'get it done' attitude that has proven successful in business has been applied to her... [...]

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Episode 28: Making a Difference – MacKenzie Lucas Pedal Towards the Cure

This is our first in our "Making a Difference" series  The intent is to bring awareness to those individuals that are doing extraordinary things in our communities  My hope is that we can inspire others and feed off... [...]

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Episode 27: Erik Giasson; The Yogi Who Sold His Ferrari

At 36, Erik Giasson became the Chief Investment Officer and Senior Vice President of a major investment firm At 43, he achieved his ultimate dream, which is to work for the largest "hedge fund" He lived in abundance and... [...]

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#26 Fred Sarkari: Adventures of a Pyscotherapist

In this episode I talk to Fred Sarkari who is a licensed Psychotherapist  We talk a lot about human behavior and how to shape the behaviors that we want  Fred takes a scientific approach to behavior patterns and looks... [...]