98 episodes

Join host, Nick Koziol as he highlights different leaders/organizations and features the great work that they are doing. Leaders that are using their influence and talents to positively impact the community. Our guests will share their expertise, what makes them successful, and why they do what they do. Listen for tips on how you can utilize their methods to gain momentum in the work that you do while making a Terrific Impact in your community!

That Sounds Terrific Nick Koziol

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Join host, Nick Koziol as he highlights different leaders/organizations and features the great work that they are doing. Leaders that are using their influence and talents to positively impact the community. Our guests will share their expertise, what makes them successful, and why they do what they do. Listen for tips on how you can utilize their methods to gain momentum in the work that you do while making a Terrific Impact in your community!

    Ep 96: Sweet Pea Plant-Powered Wellness

    Ep 96: Sweet Pea Plant-Powered Wellness

    Host, Nick Koziol speaks with terrific guest, Chef Ryan Jennings, who takes you on a culinary exploration and empowerment journey.  Learn the heartfelt story behind Sweetpea Plant-Based Kitchen, a haven where every dish is crafted to nurture both body and soul. Discover how Chef Ryan and Sweetpea co-founder, Mike Linehan, set out to change the course of his health journey that was so successful it ended up placing them both on the mission to redefine the wellness culinary landscape. It's time to nourish your body, nurture your soul, and embrace the delicious possibilities of a plant-powered future.







    About Ryan Jennings, Chef/President at Sweet Pea Plant-Based Kitchen



    Email: ryan@sweetpeaplantbased.com

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-jennings-b0142012/



    Ryan Jennings has devoted his life to creating delicious food with a spirit of hospitality.  He has over two decades of experience in professional kitchens, successfully leading operations for fine dining restaurants and a multi-unit restaurant group.  His deep knowledge of the local food system, passion for cuisine, and focus on result-driven, efficient operations leave him well-suited to manage Sweet Pea as it grows. 



    Connect and Follow Sweetpea Plantbase:



    Listeners of TST get a 15% discount to Sweetpea - use the code TST15 at checkout!



    Website: sweetpeaplantbased.com

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/64662650

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/sweetpeaplantbased

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/sweetpeaplantbasedkitchen

    Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCaG35b3NIWXNUrK3x31rH2Q



    More About That Sounds Terrific - Host Nick Koziol

    For more information on our Podcast, That Sounds Terrific visit our website at www.thatsoundsterrific.com  and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you or someone you know are doing some terrific things that should be featured by our show then be sure to reach out by emailing us at thatsoundsterrfic@gmail.com.



    Special Thank You to Our Sponsors & Key Supporters:

    Chris Jones of Chris Jones Media for the Introduction and Outro recordings for That Sounds Terrific. 



    Intro and Outro animation created in collaboration with Ben Albert of Balbert Marketing, LLC. Boost your business popularity, traffic, and conversions online!  



    The video and audio portions of this podcast are powered by the Vidwheel Creator Network. Join Neil Carrol and be a part of the network that allows you to learn and develop video skills. Make powerful video content while looking terrific on camera so that you can sustain and grow your businesses. Reach a wider audience of clients and partners who need to hear your message and develop the flexibility in your businesses to thrive in a turbulent world. 


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    • 36 min
    Ep 95: Transforming Lives At Cradle Beach

    Ep 95: Transforming Lives At Cradle Beach

    Join host Nick Koziol for a terrific discussion with Ann-Marie Orlowski, CEO of Cradle Beach, in episode 95 of "That Sounds Terrific." Dive into the heart of Cradle Beach's transformative programs, where every child finds a nurturing environment to thrive. From inclusive summer camps to respite retreats, discover how Cradle Beach is changing lives. Tune in to explore the impactful journey of transformation at Cradle Beach, where every story is a testament to the power of compassion and community.



    Connect with Ann-Marie Orlowski, CEO, Cradle Beach

    Email: aorlowski@cradlebeach.org

    LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/ann-marie-orlowski-bba71a6b

    Connect and Follow Cradle Beach:



    Website: www.CradleBeach.org

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/cradlebeachinc

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/cradlebeachinc

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/cradlebeachinc

    TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@cradlebeachinc



    Cradle Beach is a nurturing, transformative and fun experience in nature with a legacy of 136 years of serving the Western New York Community with excellence. Located directly on the beautiful shores of Lake Erie, their serene 66-acre campus provides an oasis for programming that serves the community. Cradle Beach specialize in bringing together individuals with and without disabilities and/or from economic disadvantages.



    More About That Sounds Terrific - Host Nick Koziol

    For more information on our Podcast, That Sounds Terrific visit our website at www.thatsoundsterrific.com  and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you or someone you know are doing some terrific things that should be featured by our show then be sure to reach out by emailing us at thatsoundsterrfic@gmail.com.



    Special Thank You to Our Sponsors & Key Supporters:

    Chris Jones of Chris Jones Media for the Introduction and Outro recordings for That Sounds Terrific. 



    Intro and Outro animation created in collaboration with Ben Albert of Balbert Marketing, LLC. Boost your business popularity, traffic, and conversions online!  



    The video and audio portions of this podcast are powered by the Vidwheel Creator Network. Join Neil Carrol and be a part of the network that allows you to learn and develop video skills. Make powerful video content while looking terrific on camera so that you can sustain and grow your businesses. Reach a wider audience of clients and partners who need to hear your message and develop the flexibility in your businesses to thrive in a turbulent world. 


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    • 37 min
    Ep 94: Shining Light In Darkness

    Ep 94: Shining Light In Darkness

    Join host Nick Koziol on the 94th episode of That Sounds Terrific as he engages in a powerful conversation with Ed Dudley, co-founder of Shining Light in Darkness, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. The conversation doesn’t stop there because Ed is also the founder of “We Are Connect-ED’”, is an advocate against Human trafficking for United Against Slavery, and helps underprivileged children as a President of SwingPals. This episode is packed with terrific causes that are making positive impacts across many communities and Ed's unwavering commitment to making a difference shines through, inspiring us all to create our own Shining Light in Darkness.



    About Ed Dudley, Co-Founder of Shining Light In Darkness:

    Email: ED@slidfnd.org 

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/edwarddudley



    ED Dudley, a Senior Consultant / Investment Advisor Representative with SEM Wealth Management, embodies the essence of a Collaborative Connector, Servant of People, Community Builder, Relationship Architect, and Destiny Helper. With over two decades of experience in the financial services industry, including key roles at Evergreen Investments, Wells Fargo Advisors, and FSC Securities, ED empowers families and business owners to make informed financial decisions, enabling them to live life on their terms. Beyond his professional achievements, ED is the visionary founder of We Are Connect-ED, fostering authentic connections for societal progress. He co-founded Shining Light In Darkness, supporting victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, and serves as Interim Board Chair for United Against Slavery, addressing human trafficking. As Board President of SwingPals, he impacts underprivileged children's lives, showcasing his commitment to social good.



    Connect and Follow Shining Light in Darkness:

    Website: www.slidfnd.org

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/shining-light-in-darkness-inc

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/shiningndarkness

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/shininglightindarkness



    Shining Light In Darkness's charge is to engage voices to create change in the prevention, intervention, and response to sexual assault and domestic violence and create healthy relationships and compassionate communities.

     

    Shining Light In Darkness carries out its mission through programs of healing, education, and advocacy. Our work is paving the way for innovative approaches to treating trauma, igniting shifts in the way the public views and responds to sexual assault and domestic violence to ensure fairness for survivors across the world.

     

    Shining Light In Darkness endeavors to build a capacity of programs, organizations, and systems through empowering communities to provide safe, compassionate, trauma-informed, inclusive, and accessible services to adolescents and adults and their children exposed to sexual assault and domestic violence.



    More About That Sounds Terrific - Host Nick Koziol

    For more information on our Podcast, That Sounds Terrific visit our website at www.thatsoundsterrific.com  and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you or someone you know are doing some terrific things that should be featured by our show then be sure to reach out by emailing us at thatsoundsterrfic@gmail.com.



    Special Thank You to Our Sponsors & Key Supporters:

    Chris Jones of Chris Jones Media for the Introduction and Outro recordings for That Sounds Terrific. 



    Into and Outro animation created in collaboration with Ben Albert of Balbert Marketing, LLC. Boost your business popularity, traffic, and conversions online!  



    The video and audio portions of this podcast are powered by the Vidwheel Creator Network.


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    • 40 min
    Ep 93: 100 Million Dreamers Project with Jason Rosenberg

    Ep 93: 100 Million Dreamers Project with Jason Rosenberg

    In this episode of TST, Nick Koziol sits down with Jason Rosenberg, to discuss the 100 Million Dreamers Project and its impact on the healthcare industry. Jason shares his passion for healthcare and for streamlining healthcare operations and his desire to use the three D’s (Discover, Distill, Define), to help our healthcare workers reduce operational stress. Jason takes it all a step further by introducing dreamwork to address their mental well-being as part of the 100 Million Dreamers Project, where Jason is transforming healthcare and our world through intentional collective dreamwork and 3D Systems Change. Tune in for an episode that promises inspiration, innovation, and a truly terrific positive impact!



    About Jason Rosenberg, Director of Development at the 100million Dreamers Project



    Email: jasonrosenberg.work22@gmail.com

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/dreamworker



    Jason Rosenberg has been passionate about healthcare since childhood, tagging along with his dad on hospital rounds. Inspired by his early experiences and the Affordable Healthcare Act, he founded Medical Resources Management, Inc. to streamline healthcare operations. His career has evolved into leadership roles focusing on Revenue Integrity and Clinical Operations, and now, he is dedicated to mentoring healthcare professionals to overcome their challenges and make a real difference. Recently, he has incorporated a new process of helping healthcare workers reduce stress both operationally using a process called 3D (Discover, Distill, Define) and at the level of the mind through Dreamwork.



    Find Out More About the 100million Dreamers Project:

    Website: www.daviddibble.com

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/100m-dreamers-3d-project



    More About That Sounds Terrific - Host Nick Koziol

    For more information on our Podcast, That Sounds Terrific visit our website at www.thatsoundsterrific.com  and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you or someone you know are doing some terrific things that should be featured by our show then be sure to reach out by emailing us at thatsoundsterrfic@gmail.com.



    Special Thank You to Our Sponsors & Key Supporters:

    Chris Jones of Chris Jones Media for the Introduction and Outro recordings for That Sounds Terrific. 



    Into and Outro animation created in collaboration with Ben Albert of Balbert Marketing, LLC. Boost your business popularity, traffic, and conversions online!  



    The video and audio portions of this podcast are powered by the Vidwheel Creator Network. Join Neil Carrol and be a part of the network that allows you to learn and develop video skills. Make powerful video content while looking terrific on camera so that you can sustain and grow your businesses. Reach a wider audience of clients and partners who need to hear your message and develop the flexibility in your businesses to thrive in a turbulent world. 


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    • 41 min
    Ep. 92: The Improv Professor

    Ep. 92: The Improv Professor

    In Episode 92 of "That Sounds Terrific," host Nick Koziol interviews Mitch Wissick, a seasoned improv comedy performer. Mitch shares his journey into the world of improv, from his mischievous school days to his intensive training with renowned improv institutions like the Second City and Upright Citizens Brigade. Reflecting on his experiences teaching improv, Mitch discusses the transformative power of improv beyond the stage, emphasizing its positive impact on everyday life, communication, and problem-solving. He shares insights into the dynamics of long-form and short-form improv, drawing from his extensive background in theater and comedy.

    Nick and Mitch delve into the origins of their collaboration, discussing the inception of improv classes at Comedy at the Carlson  

    Whether you're a seasoned performer or a curious newcomer you will learn how the world of improv comedy can impact both on the stage and in life.



    About Mitch Wissick



    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nabcomedy 

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/mitchwissick



    Mitch Wissick is the Father of two amazing Kids, Juniper and Sully. He is the Sales Manager for Big Ditch Brewing Company and has been teaching and performing Improv for almost 23 years.  He loves tacos 🌮 



    Check out the Comedy at the Carlson:



    Website: https://www.carlsoncomedy.com

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/carlsoncomedy



    Upcoming Improv classes and shows will be listed under shows on the Comedy @ the Carlson website. Direct any questions to Mitch Wissick.



    More About That Sounds Terrific - Host Nick Koziol

    For more information on our Podcast, That Sounds Terrific visit our website at www.thatsoundsterrific.com  and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you or someone you know are doing some terrific things that should be featured by our show then be sure to reach out by emailing us at thatsoundsterrfic@gmail.com.



    Special Thank You to Our Sponsors & Key Supporters:

    Chris Jones of Chris Jones Media for the Introduction and Outro recordings for That Sounds Terrific. 



    Into and Outro animation created in collaboration with Ben Albert of Balbert Marketing, LLC. Boost your business popularity, traffic, and conversions online!  



    The video and audio portions of this podcast are powered by the Vidwheel Creator Network. Join Neil Carrol and be a part of the network that allows you to learn and develop video skills. Make powerful video content while looking terrific on camera so that you can sustain and grow your businesses. Reach a wider audience of clients and partners who need to hear your message and develop the flexibility in your businesses to thrive in a turbulent world. 


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    • 36 min
    Ep. 91: (581) Magazine with Jane Milliman and Christine Green

    Ep. 91: (581) Magazine with Jane Milliman and Christine Green

    In this episode, host Nick Koziol speaks with Jane Milliman and Christine Green from (585) Magazine. Join them as they discuss fascinating stories, unique experiences, and the vibrant culture of the 585 area. Discover how (585) Magazine highlights the best in events, people, art, music, and more. Get insights into their process, how they select stories, and the exciting plans for the future such as the upcoming (585) Pets publication. Whether you're a long-time resident or planning a visit to the 585 region, Jane, Christine, and the (585) Magazine team share diverse and interesting stories that are the heart of what makes the 585 such a terrific place to be.

    Connect and Follow 585 Magazine:

    Website: www.585mag.com

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/3058423

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/585mag

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/585mag

    Youtube: www.youtube.com/

    Twitter: www.twitter.com/585mag



    More About Jane Milliman, Publisher, JFM Publishing:

    Email: jmilliman@585mag.com

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/janemilliman



    A long-time print publisher, Jane started the Upstate Gardeners’ Journal in 1995, and purchased (585) magazine in 2019 and Roc Parent, formerly Genesee Valley Parent, in 2020, rebranding it (585) Kids. In her free time, Jane enjoys traveling with her boyfriend, playing tennis and paddle, and spending time with her daughter and grand puppy.

    More About Christine Green, Managing Editor (585) Magazine:

    Email: cgreen@585mag.com

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/christine-green-a092035



    Before Christine became editor at (585) magazine she tried her hand at archaeology, housekeeping, and grant writing. She enjoys writing fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. When she isn’t writing she is gardening or practicing yoga.



    More About That Sounds Terrific - Host Nick Koziol

    For more information on our Podcast, That Sounds Terrific visit our website at www.thatsoundsterrific.com  and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you or someone you know are doing some terrific things that should be featured by our show then be sure to reach out by emailing us at thatsoundsterrfic@gmail.com.



    Special Thank You to Our Sponsors & Key Supporters:

    Chris Jones of Chris Jones Media for the Introduction and Outro recordings for That Sounds Terrific. 



    Into and Outro animation created in collaboration with Ben Albert of Balbert Marketing, LLC. Boost your business popularity, traffic, and conversions online!  



    The video and audio portions of this podcast are powered by the Vidwheel Creator Network. Join Neil Carrol and be a part of the network that allows you to learn and develop video skills. Make powerful video content while looking terrific on camera so that you can sustain and grow your businesses. Reach a wider audience of clients and partners who need to hear your message and develop the flexibility in your businesses to thrive in a turbulent world. 


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    • 26 min

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