News - Meetings of 7:22 Breakfast Club

May 26 2021

Submitted by Darlene Danyliw

Executive Announcements

Zoom meeting - 27 members in attendance

Kelly welcomed everyone. Our guest speaker today is Carla Gradin, Certified Body Language Specialist.

Kelly and Hanif told the Jack of the Day jokes. No new members. Lots of member endorsements.

Andy  (Secretary) - with more gathering rules allowed we hope this will be our last zoom meeting. We have a tentative plan for our next June 9th breakfast meeting. Going out for breakfast to Doc Hollandaise restaurant. More info to come. Since Wednesday, June 23rd is our golf tournament with a possible evening after gathering there will be NO breakfast meeting that Wednesday. Thanks to Linda for setting up a google document on One Spot to help supoort members on social media.

Hanif (President) - will be setting up an executive meeting next week sometime.

Milton (Golf Co-ordinator)  - reminder the golf tournament is Wednesday, June 23rd at Holiday Golf course. There is 9 tee times booked 10 minutes apart. So far 20 golfers have signed up. Keith Gudmundson (Realty Executives) and Imagery Photography have signed up to be golf tournament sponsors. Anyone elce interested let Milton know.

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General Announcements

Seth Hooper - Ens Toyota has a 2021 Corolla 0% event on right now.

Cheryl Tuck-Tallon for Brent Hamel - The Black Spruce Gallery is now open at Waskesiu.

Speaker | Carla Gradin, Certified Body Language Specialist

Carla Gradin is Saskatchewan's foremost expert in non-verbal communication. She teaches the secret sauce that has next level impact to your presentation, customer service, sales and negotiation training. She is in the 'people business'. She teaches the latest research on human behaviour that makes a powerful difference in every interaction and relationship you have, especially things you've never thougth about.

Statements - What you say and How you say it.

Body Language - How we connect and how we are received especially with the epidemic. 81% of business owners have been negatively impacted.

The 2021 Fall 4 day course workshop - Teaches Awareness - sharpens our skills. What do we focus on when we look at someone ? Example the eyes, nose, eyebrow etc. Sharing of ideas, tools, and resources that will help you get the clarity and confidence to powerfully engage with your clients and gain undeniable influence and impact with your message.

Masks make it hard to read a persons emotions. Our brain is heighten and that adds stress and axiety hightens. Research has showed the pandemic has shifted our converse that we express ourselves.

3 categories - Friend, enemy, indifference. Most people are in the indifference category.

The 4 day fall course worshop is at the Willows - 12 people classes. The gov't 100% reinbursement subsidy can be used for this course which ends June 30th. Don't miss out!

For more information on the workshop you can go to her website at: carlagradin.com

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Next Meeting

2021-06-09 (7:22 a.m.)


April 28 2021

Submitted by Darlene Danyliw

Executive Announcements

Zoom Meeting - 27 members in attendance.

Kelly welcomed everyone. Speaker today is Dr. Andy -  Pawlovich Chiropractic

Hanif and Kelly told the Jack of Day jokes.  Lots of member endorsements. No new members.

Members were split out into 3 breakrooms to visit and network.

Hanif (President) - will set up an Executive meeting for next week.

Andy (Secretary) - speaker spots open for May up for grabs.

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General Announcements

Giselle Howard - Sasktel has extended their waived internet overages until June 30th. Sasktel Max TV has expanded free channels on right now.

Seth Hooper - Ens Toyota has their Reg Tag Sale on right now from April/May/June. Seth sells used vehicles as well.

Speaker | Dr. Andy - Pawlovich Chiropractic

Andy is married with 3 children. Some of his hobbies are hockey, golf and baseball. He graduated from chiropractor school in 1997 and started at a Lakeview office in 1997, second office 1998, Market Mall office in 2003 and then 2015 to the Stonebridge location.

Andy joined the 7:22 Club in 2016.

VISION - to help people get what they want .... naturally. Natural Health Care, healing comes from within. Also helps direct people in the right direction.

WE BELIEVE - your time is valuable, in great parking, same day appointments. exceptional friendly staff, direct billing to most insurance companies, safe effective chiropractic care, if we can't help you we will find somone who will.

DELIVERABLES - chiropractic adjustments, manual adjustments, arthrestim adjustments, sole support custom orthotics, normoralizer chiropractor pillows, traumacare, motion medicine.

Myovision Scans - muscle scan

BENEFITS OF CHIROPRACTOR CARE - Overall health and well being. Injuries: work, sports, daily living, birth trauma. Stress management, brain function, posture, flexibility, prevention.

Andy shared a information video. Lots more videos are available at https: therealitycheck.com

 

 

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Next Meeting

2021-05-12 (7:22 a.m.)


April 14 2021

Submitted by Darlene Danyliw

Executive Announcements

Zoom Meeting - 25 members in attendance.

Kelly welcomed everyone. Our speaker today is Greg White from McFaull Consulting. Jack of the day jokes told by Don Ewert and Kelly. Lots of member endorsements.

Hanif - we will be starting each zoom meeting with breakout mini rooms with 5 - 8 people per room. The breakroom concept is to replicate us sitting at our tables of 8 as if we were at our breakast meeting eating our breakfast and chit chatting with our fellow members. Each breakout room discussed how their businesses are doing and if they were busy. Also what their plans were for this summer. 

Milton - Golf is still being discussed for a tournament at Holiday Park. Golf rules and regulations have changed for tournaments. The tee off times changed to every 8 minutes now so that is good. He will keep monitoring.

Social Announcements

Sharon - a social is being discussed for June.

General Announcements

Linda Boryski - reminder for the members that the Restart Training Subsidy is extended until June 30th. The job grants for training employees and the gov't covers 100% reinbursement.

Speaker | Greg White from McFaull Consulting

McFaull has been in business for 66 years. The new location has worked out well. They have lots of room to social distance and have lots of space for growth. They have hired 2 more advisors. One being Addison that we have seen and met at our meetings and Sean Morton to help Greg out and assist him with his clients. Plans are in the works to hire 1 more advisor.

Greg and McFaull Consulting help people reach their financial goals, avoid risk, state planning, tax planning, help people transition into retirement.

Accumulating wealth is like flying a plane. Retirement is like landing a plane.

What has changed in the last year? Markets rise and market slumps. Technology - Greg lives on a computer and a phone. Information - grown, how much you receive. Do not use social media to educate yourself. A lot of people are in the do it yourself camps. People crave direction and leadership. McFaull's motto - simplify and direct. They are planners that get you to point A to point B. 

Here are some interesting stats from Stats Canada: The average Canadian expects to retire at age 64. The average Canadian saves $184,000 for retirement. The average Canadian beleives they need $697,000 for retirement (down from $753,000 in 2017). 70% of Canadians believe they are not saving enough or don't know if they are. 47% of them beleive they may need to rely on family in retirement. 53% believe they will need to work in retirement past age 65 (up 100% since 2001). 47% believe there is a serious risk they will outlive their savings in retirement. 25% of retirees describe spending as a frugal and on a strict budget. 72% of retirees say retirement is not what they expected. 32% of Canadians leave NO savings leading into retirement. 75% of Canadians don't have a plan. 50% of Canadians don't work with a financial planner.

Some trends for the next 8 years - more spending on health care / research in parmaceticals which will increase longevity (the average age is around 95 now), people are living longer, interest rates are going to hurt your bond portfolio, cash is going to be gone, digital payment is getting popular, people will need more retirement saviings.

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Next Meeting

2021-04-28 (7:22 a.m.)


March 10 2021

Submitted by Darlene Danyliw

Executive Announcements

Zoom meeting - 29 members in attendance.

Kelly welcomed everyone.

Lots of Jack a day jokes from Bill, Kelly, Hanif and Don Ewart.

Lots of member endorsements.

Mike (membership) - today is Brad Kraft's 3rd reading. Welcome to the club Brad !!

Andy (Secretary) - Next meeting is March 24th at 7:00 PM. This is an evening meeting just to change things up. Breakout rooms on zoom.

Also Andy said there is lots of speaker times open for this year so if you wanted to speak let him know. It is good way to tell us about your business.

Milton - a reminder to those members that still need their picture taken for the 7:22 Website to phone him to make an appointment.

Milton - no golf date booked yet.

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General Announcements

Hanif - Express Employment, if you know of anyone looking for a temporary, flexible, work from home job for the next 6 months to email him. The job pays $18.00 / hr, 30 hours a week.

Speaker | Brad Kraft - Rattlers Basketball Team

Brad is the Vice President of the Saskatchewan Rattlers Basketball Team.

The Saskatchewan Rattlers were formed in July 2018. Brad has been building this team from day 1.

The Rattlers were the 2019 Champions !!

CEBL - Canada Elite Basketball League has 7 teams in it. The Saskatchewan Rattlers, Fraser Valley Bandits, Edmonton Stingers, Guelph Nighthawks, Hamilton Honey Badgers, Niagara River Lions and the Ottawa BlackJacks. They are looking to expand to 12 teams.

Basketball is becoming the coolest sport for Canadians. 1.2 million Canadians watched basketball on CBC in 2020. They have tons of social media followers. 

They had no problems playing in the pandemic bubble. They were the first professional sports league in Canada to come back and play during the pandemic.

The 2021 season starts June 5th, due to the pandemic they are reduced to a 14 game schedule. With the possibility of fans being able to attend games in person. With a 25% capacity allowed at Sasktel Centre that would = 3500 fans could be able to come and watch.

The first Saskatchewan Rattlers game is Monday, June 7th at 7:00 pm they play the Edmonton Stingers.

 

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Next Meeting

2021-03-24 (7:22 a.m.)


February 24 2021

Submitted by Darlene Danyliw

Executive Announcements

Zoom meeting - 25 Members in attendance.

Hanif welcomed everyone. Today is our AGM meeting.

Bill Brooks told the Jack of the Day Joke. There were lots of member endorsements.

Mike Yasieniuk (Membership) - Brad Kraft from Saskatchewan Rattlers Basketball team has his 2nd reading today.

Giselle Howard (Treasurer) - has setup e-transfer now to 722breakfastclub@gmail.com

Andy (Secretary) - Claude Marcotte is scheduled to speak at our next meeting, Wednesday, March 10th. Then the Breakout Session night meeting is scheduled for March 24th.

 

Social Announcements

Mardi Gras theme zoom social event is Friday, February 26th. (30 people signed up to attend)

 

General Announcements

Milton Taylor (Imagery) - reminder for those members who have not had their picture taken for the website yet to call him to make a appointment.

Seth Hooper - Ens Toyota has a good sale on right now. Good time to buy a new car.

Linda Boryski (Saskatoon Physio Yoga) - classes back up and running the week of March 8th. You can help her out by telling 2 of your friends about them. For more information check out her website: saskatoonphysioyoga.ca

Brad Kraft - Saskatchewan Rattlers Basketball Club will be launching their 2021 schedule soon.

Speaker | AGM meeting

Hanif calls the AGM to order. Hanif's joke: What does AGM stand for? Answer: A good meeting. LOL

Tyler Frank (past treasurer) and Giselle Howard (present treasurer) went over financial statements and the budget statement for 2021.

The club is in good condition.

Andy - thanks to Tyler and Giselle for discussing and going over the Financial Statements and for explaining everything.

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2021-03-10 (7:22 a.m.)


February 10 2021

Submitted by Darlene Danyliw

Executive Announcements

Zoom meeting 33 members in attendance.

Kelly (Vice President) welcomed everyone. Our guest speaker today is Stephanie Clovechok, Tourism Saskatoon's CEO.

Hanif and Bill told the Jack of the Day Jokes. Lots of member endorsements.

Andy (Secretary) - our next meeting is Wednesday, February 24th. It is our AGM meeting.

Hanif (President)  - says thanks for the good attendance for todays zoom meeting.

Social Announcements

Sharon (Social)  - our first social event of the year is a Mardi Gra themed event on Friday, February 26th. Enjoy some socializing, games, good food and drinks. Spouses and significant others are welcomed to join in. Thanks to Giselle and Sasktel for partially sponsoring the cost of this event. So the price will be reasonable. Sharon will send out an email with all the details.

Hanif - Support the club, support Sharon for all her hard work in setting up our zoom social events.

General Announcements

Brent Hamel - Black Spruce Gallery on-line store is open. They represent 50 local artists. Check them out at blacksprucegallery.ca

Sharon - Leisure 2000 can now help you out with Staycations.

Speaker | Guest Speaker - Stephanie Clovechok - Tourism Saskatoon

Stephanie was born in Calgary and raised in BC. She has been in Saskatoon for 3.5 years. She is married to her husband Derek and they have 3 children.

Stephanie showed us a Tourism Saskatoon Community Video.

Pre Pandemic - Tourism Saskatoon were getting ready to host the 2020 Juno awards. Then came the full colapse of the tourism sector.

Tourism Saskatoon had to rethink out sustainability, Tourism and Export Industry. 70,000 employed in SK alone in the Tourism industry. Tourism has had the biggest loss. Future investments helps Business. In 2019, 2.7 million visitors came, 14,510 tourism jobs, 40,000 hotel rooms from business events and sporting events alone.

Return to Business events - 2024 is realistic return to normal. We NEED to support our local suppliers.

Being active in our community. Saskatoon Community Commitment - safety plans in people, businesses and staff. Zero transmission in our hotels. Pride of Saskatoon, we can all be ambassadors.

What is Saskatoon ? One Thing ensures that we are all united.

Our travel routines will remain altered for some time to come.

Steph works from a different hotel 1 day week. Funding, 3% of a room night stay goes to Tourism Saskatoon. They need funding and will be asking Provincial and Federal governments to help out or they will have to close their doors.

They are working on Destination Development Projects - Creating Saskatoon tour packages like Culinary experiences or Brewery tours, Wanuskewin tours. Tour operator business sustainability developer important to Japanese and Chinese traveller destinations.

What is happening in your backyard? Get outside and enjoy Saskatoon. Go check out Wanuskewin now that all the renovations are done. Continue to support our local businesses. Go stay in a hotel.

Stephanie had graciously donated a prize of a 1 night Alt Hotel stay getaway. Thanks Steph !! In order to be eligible to be in the draw for this prize a 7:22 member have had to do a fellow member google, facebook or Linked-In review or recommendation. The winner drawn for this prize was Giselle Howard. Congrats !

 

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Next Meeting

2021-02-24 (7:22 a.m.)


January 27 2021

Submitted by Darlene Danyliw

Executive Announcements

Zoom Meeting - 30 members in attendance. No new prospective members.

Kelly welcomed everyone. Kelly and Hanif told the Jack of the Day jokes. There was lots of member endorsements.

The speaker today is our president Kelly Kudryk from Kudryk Dental.

Andy has been doing some Google readings, reviews and recommendations for fellow members. Hanif has done some as well. Even though we have not used another members services we can still speak on each others character. This will help out alot of us. 

Hanif - the executive has addressed the members who are not showing up to the meetings. Patty and Keith are taking temporary hiatus because of work comittments.

Don Ewart said he was having issues with some of the 7:22 emails going into his spam folder and has contacted Sasktel on this issue. So maybe this is happening to some other members as well.

Hanif - we will be starting to do a 2 minute wellness stretch segment from Linda Boryski from Saskatoon Physio Yoga at the end of our meetings to help start our day.

Social Announcements

Sharon - our next zoom social is a Mardi Gras event on Friday, February 26th. More details to come.

March social event will be a a zoom break out sessions. More details to come.

General Announcements

Hanif - thanks to Linda for giving members the free physio yoga night. It was lots of fun.

Bill Brooks - thanks to the 7:22 Breakfast Club for the donation to the St. Pauls Hospital Foundation on behalf of his son.

Speaker | Kelly Kudryk - Kudryk Dental

Kudryk Dental is located at 1121 Louise Ave, right across from the McDonalds.

Kelly served in the Miltary for a few years. He graduated from UofS College of Dentistry in 1986. Jessica Davies is an associate that works with Kelly at his office. 

Kelly was in Vancouver attending a dental conference in March of 2020 when shit hit the fan. All the dental offices were shut down for 2 months to begin with. End of April, early May is when they were allowed to go back to work with lots of changes.

Trying not to pass the virus onto patients and not catching anything from patients was the key. So PPE supplies were very important. The best masks are hard to get. When Kelly started out in business you didn't need to wear gloves so how things have changed.

The dental field was already use to dealing with viruses. Back in the early 90s they had to worry about aids and sars.

Sterilize, sterilize, and sterilize some more had to be done. The wearing of N95 masks (that must fit properly), gloves, face shields, gowns, bonnets, masks and hand santizers had to be brought in. Plastic barriers had to be put up. On-line covid patient forms had to be filled out. When a patient comes they have to stay in their car and wait for a cell phone call to be able to come into the buidling. Then they have to answer covid questions and have a temperature check. Then patients have to do a peroxide mouth swish before the dental work or cleaning could start.

The rooms have to sit for 15 minutes between patients to clear the air. They have an air filter machine running all the time.

Infection Control: Risk versus Cost - increased costs for covid protection materials and there is more cancellations as people are scared to come in.

Kelly loves his bike and bikes to work daily even in the -34 weather. He says you just have to dress right and you will be good. Kelly's spare time outside of the office is spent with his wife and family biking to parts unknown, hiking and enjoying life.

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Next Meeting

2021-02-10 (7:22 a.m.)


January 13 2021

Submitted by Darlene Danyliw

Executive Announcements

Happy New Year everyone !

Zoom meeting - 29 members in attendance + 1 guest

The speaker today is Hanif - he will give the Presidents address.

Hanif told the Jack of the Day

Welcome to our guest - Brad Kraft, Vice President of the Saskatchewan Rattlers Basketball team.

Lots of member endorsements 

- Milton Taylor (golf co-ordinator) - golf day has been booked for Wednesday, June 16th at Holiday Park Golf course. It is just like last year with regular golf and regular golf fees. Another idea for this year is having a Mystery Tour, more info to come on that. Also a thought of mini golf at Market Mall and then drinks and snacks at the Coachman afterwards. This is all depending on the covid restrictions.

- Next meeting the speaker is Kelly Kudryk of Kudryk Dental

Social Announcements

Sharon Kaendo (Social)  - Another free yoga class offered by Linda Boryski of Saskatoon Physio Yoga on Monday, January 18th 7:00 - 8:00 pm. In studio is allowed 5 participants. Lots of room for those taking part by zoom. There will be a social afterwards. Sharon will send out an email, RSVP to Sharon. 

- The Wednesday, March 24th zoom meeting will be an 'evening' meeting rather then a breakfast meeting. Will be breakout sessions.

- Other events for the year will be more cocktail and snack zoom socials.

- We are looking for more ideas to keep things interesting and more engaging.

General Announcements

Linda Boryski - looking to donate her Mom's suite items. Looking for suggestions where to donate the furniture to a family or organization who needs it.

Brad Kraft - the Rattlers basketball season will change from May - August to June to August.

 

Speaker | Hanif Hemani

Presidents address:

Welcome Back. Nice to see a lot of people back.

Looking Forward  - is the theme of the 7:22 Club. We are freinds and looking forward to making new friends. We all struggle, we all rejoice, we share all challenges.

The Executive met and discussed ways to engage our members. Thanks to the executive team for 2020 years challenges.

Here are some items discussed:

1) How can the club attract new members ? or in other words as Bill Brooks would rephrase the question. What can our club do to attract others?

2) We need some new young blood in our club.

3) How can we help each others businesses? For example, using our Facebook or LinkedIn or other digital formats to refer or recommend our fellow members businesses and services. 

4) Normalize our club but attending meetings. If you can't make it let Mike know.

5) Keep commitments to the club.

Look Forward to continued support.

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Next Meeting

2021-01-27 (7:22 a.m.)


2021 Meetings