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Says Wilson: “I joke about seeing a list of the 12 signs of clinical depression and going through the list and nine of them were clearly me and the other three, well, I was still in denial."• Wilson stepped down from his company, First Energy, in January, to focus on his philanthropy and private investments, which include a baseball club, a British soccer team, an ad agency, fitness franchise, real estate, and a divorce solutions company.• He says he’s not as nice as he sometimes appears on Dragons’ Den, because the producers edit out the tough business questions he poses to pitchers.
"I've never seen them use the core business question I ask."• When he auditioned for the Den the CBC told him he wasn't mean enough.
“She just whacked me,” O’Leary says of Barad, who followed O’Leary out the door three months later. What does matter is the televised exposure of Kevin O’Leary.
"If you look at some of the advertising you'd think it was the Kevin O'Leary and friends show," says Wilson. Monday morning to address his departure from the hit CBC reality series.The 53-year-old venture capitalist says he couldn’t come to terms on a couple of key points, including availability (he had a trip planned this spring with his kids) and use of branding to promote deals. Wilson has vented to reporters in the past he was a tad fed up with being part of the Kevin O’Leary Show.Lots of surprises in today’s profile of Brett Wilson, “the Dragon with a heart,” in the Toronto Star.Writer Jennifer Wells describes her interview with him as ”one part business, three parts psychoanalysis.”• First she hints about a significant other* in his life.• She explores his disdain for Toronto financiers when he was financing oil and gas deals in Calgary 20 years ago.• Then she writes about his experience at an addiction research program.
CALGARY–"Not all those who wander are lost," says Brett Wilson, quoting J. 5 that's one part business, three parts psychoanalysis.