Episode #302 with Nigel Bennett – Risking it all for what really matters!



Nigel’s mission is simple: inspire you to build your own business and social network so you can do amazing things and make a positive difference with your life.

He is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist. He’s also a founder of Aqua-Guard Spill Response
Inc., a global leader in oil spill control that works to protect water, the world’s most precious resource, in 100+ countries around the world. Both Nigel and Aqua-Guard have received multiple awards for their innovation, business excellence, and entrepreneurialism. Nigel received the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s 2018 Distinguished Alumni of the Year Award. Nigel has devoted his life to environmental and social responsibility and boldly advocates for “risking it all for what really matters” among the entrepreneurial tribes to which he belongs. Nigel speaks and consults with entrepreneurs and young people worldwide about bringing their talents to solving some of our planet’s most pressing challenges.
An active philanthropist, Nigel donates all profits from his book sales (Take That Leap – Risking It All for What Really Matters) and speaking engagements to organizations that support poverty alleviation, human rights, social services and the environment.


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