Cult of Personality Series: 4. Circle One

Author: Ryan Haughey

Ryan is a writer and musician. He has experience writing for several publications on subjects surrounding campus affairs, music, creative non-fiction, academic writing, and short fiction. Ryan received Mouseland Press awards for 2018 Rookie of the Year and 2019 Best Campus Piece for The Uniter. Ryan studied communications at The University of Winnipeg, and double minored in film and English. Tune into Ryan's radio show on CJUM 101.5 UMFM called "Can We Hang," where they play the best independent Canadian content.

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July 10, 2020

Cult of Personality Series: 4. Circle One

Sharing an Idea Can Break the Mold

Late night TV’s got nothing on this afternoon talk show

Everyone thinks about things differently. It’s why we have so much trouble communicating with each other sometimes. We all walk a different path in life – whether we’re coworkers from different backgrounds or long lost mates from afternoon kindergarten class.

Be it marketing specialists or renovations specialists, Circle One shows that every voice has valuable insight to offer. 

I don’t need to over explain that cooperating despite our diversities can lead to new ideas. However, it’s a glaring fact that even among professionals in vastly different fields, coming together like this can be beneficial to both parties and even beyond.

Auxesys’ livestream talk show, Circle One, is a round table discussion between host and Auxesys CEO and founder John Swystun and various independent contractors and professionals in varying occupations. Be it marketing specialists or renovations specialists, Circle One shows that every voice has valuable insight to offer. 

Working together with a diverse group of professionals provides a diverse group of perspectives, and if all of those heads come together to work on a problem, a diverse group of solutions will grow into blossom.

Extrapolating Wisdom

I have many friends who work in the trades, and boy do they love to talk about their work. They have a lot to say about a lot of aspects about their jobs and their industries, and so much of that wisdom can be extrapolated to other industries. For example, one episode of Circle one featured renovation and home construction contractors as guests. 

The episode explored their industry’s marketing strategies and their businesses welfare throughout the current pandemic. Though their target clientele may be different than, say, a small accounting firm, the strategies that they implement can be applied to other fields as well.

The takeaway from these discussions is that working together with a diverse group of professionals provides a diverse group of perspectives, and if all of those heads come together to work on a problem, a diverse group of solutions will grow into blossom.

Author: Ryan Haughey

Ryan is a writer and musician. He has experience writing for several publications on subjects surrounding campus affairs, music, creative non-fiction, academic writing, and short fiction. Ryan received Mouseland Press awards for 2018 Rookie of the Year and 2019 Best Campus Piece for The Uniter. Ryan studied communications at The University of Winnipeg, and double minored in film and English. Tune into Ryan's radio show on CJUM 101.5 UMFM called "Can We Hang," where they play the best independent Canadian content.

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July 10, 2020

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