In today's interview, our very good friend, comedian and podcaster Pete Dominick talks poignantly about big life changes and finding his way after losing his dream job.
In today's interview, our very good friend, comedian and podcaster Pete Dominick talks poignantly about big life changes and finding his way after losing his dream job. We recorded that conversation last Fall and he graciously agreed to come back this April to impart further wisdom now that the world is going through it's own big "life" changes and we're all trying to find our way.
We hope you will find comfort, common ground, and a definitely a chuckle or two with Pete.
Children & Nature Network - A global movement that grew from Richard Louv’s book Last Child In The Woods. They are working to increase equitable access to nature so that children - and natural places - can thrive. They do this by investing in leadership and communities through sharing evidence-based resources, scaling innovative solutions and driving policy change.
The Joe Rogan Show - Pete was a guest on The Joe Rogan Experience in November 2019.
Losing My Job Saved My Marriage - Pete’s post written for Wake-Up Call with Katie Couric.
Pleasant Peasant - Steve Nygren opened the Pleasant Peasant in the ‘70s in Atlanta, which grew into dozens of restaurants throughout the Southeast.
Stand Up! Garden Club - Pete’s gardening Facebook group.
Stand UP! With Pete Dominick - What started as a daily live radio show is now Pete’s daily podcast.
Vernon Stouffer - Founder of the Stouffer’s Corporation and Steve’s boss before he left to open the Pleasant Peasant.
Walk With Walsh - Jennifer Walsh leads mindful walks through Central Park. She teamed up with Mother Dirt to do a series of walks through Serenbe’s preserved nature trails, and Pete was one of her guests.
Pete Dominick is a stand up comic, speaker, news commentator, host, journo activist, moderator, professional speaking consultant, husband and proud father of 2 daughters. He was the resident audience warm-up comic at The Daily Show and The Colbert Report for most of its run on Comedy Central until leaving for an on-air role at CNN, where he was a daily contributor, anchor and panelist for years.