If you need a jolt of energy, this is the episode for you. Bob Kodzis, improviser, inspirational speaker, and master facilitator spends some time with Nick. Good stuff, give it a listen! This episode was recorded on July 24, 2017, on WPRK FM.
Sustainability waits for no one, so it's a condensed episode with Chris Castro, the Director of Sustainability at the City of Orlando. He's also an ecopreneur, urban farmer, smart cities architect, nonprofit executive, and brand new dad. That he could find an hour to sit down is pretty remarkable, as is what he had to say! This episode was recorded on July 10, 2017, on WPRK FM. Learn more about the show at toacertaindegree.com.
Happiness Counts! That's a strong message from Mark Freid, who developed it after extensive research and from his own work experiences. He and Nick chat about the importance of being happy at work, shame as a motivator for bad business ideas, and all the studies that say running is bad for you. This episode was recorded on July 3, 2017, on WPRK FM. Learn more about the show at toacertaindegree.com.
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Ryan Rivas of Burrow Press joins Nick to talk about Orlando's growing literary scene and the community that has sprung up around central Florida in support of authors. Come for the words and stay for the sounds! This episode was recorded on May 15, 2017, on WPRK FM.
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Kristine Murtz provides some great perspective on hospice services, end of life transitions, and the opportunities for volunteers there. She's also been involved with pet rescue for some time, so she also runs the group's Pet Peace of Mind program, keeping pets and their owners together for as long as possible. This episode was recorded on April 17, 2017, on WPRK FM.
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Dave Krepcho enjoys a healthy repast of conversation and some comedy. The President and CEO of Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, he leads more than 100 employees and countless volunteers in ending hunger in and around the Orlando area. Dave shares quite a bit, including how he ended up in the not-for-profit world (a hurricane), what Second Harvest is doing to underwrite its training classes (catering and event hosting), and has a good time with some Bad Business Ideas (patent pending). This show was recorded October 10, 2016.