If you are a loyal listener to the podcast you have heard his name many times. We are so excited to have Nick Palermo join us. Not only an entrepreneur but a close friend to the family. Nick is the co-owner of Greyhound Tavern Bridgewater | Instagram and Liberty Tavern Quincy | Instagram. Learn how to thrive no matter what life throws at you. HOW CAN I SUPPORT THE PODCAST? Tell Your Friends & Share Online! Subscribe & Review: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Are you killing it in 2021? How do you keep going when you want to give up? Free goal setting course at PFM University. Courses that drive high-performance and created through high-performance psychiatry and SEAL team leadership. Partnerships: Contact Scott Papek firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks to PFM Media for production, audio engineering, and management.
In this episode Mark & Juan sit down with Houston comedians, Doug Dalton and Nick Palermo. The interview quickly devolves into a roast at Juan's expense and hilarity ensues. Hosted by Mark Pierson & Juan Smith Please follow us on... twitter.com/@podcast_country instagram.com/no_country_podcast Email us at email@example.com facebook.com/nocountrypodcast Voicemail: 346-291-0050 Intro music produced by Kadence http://kadenceokc.com
Nick Palermo Emmaus Inn Ministries on Freshstart TV
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If you had a severe disability would anyone come alongside you with encouragement? Today's Freshstart TV podcast is with Nick Palermo, the founder of EmmausInnMinistries.com. Over 30 years ago Nick started Young Life Capernaum in one location in San Jose working with high school students with physical and mental disabilities. Capernaum grew to over 300 locations in the United States and spread to over 40 countries. With Nick's newest 501c3 non-profit ministry he has widened the circle to include disabled young adults age 23 through age 50. There are hundreds of thousands of young people with disabilities in Santa Clara Valley and only a hand full of youth ministers who serve these friends who are longing for friendship, purpose, careers and independence. Support Nick and his friends with a tax deductible donation. Freshstart-Radio.com
Palermo returns to talk about everything Houston. We both were raised suburban kids but now embrace the city as home. Favorite streets, favorite foods and least favorite parades. Pat also tries to convince Palermo to embrace the mullet. Fun little episode, won't you join us? Instagram: @bigpatthomas @nickhatespeople Support this show by telling a friend. That's all we want you to do. Listen to the other show that Pat produces called "Change the Subject" with Albert DeLeon. Find it at... http://changethesubject.libsyn.com
Two comedian friends join Pat and he explains why he admires their ability to stand around drinking and talking all night. Grady reflects on his past to give insight into his hard work ethic. Nick talks about following passions and why it's important to have good people supporting you in them. Pat gets mixed up somewhere between being a shy introvert and an overbearing alpha male. Follow us all on Instagram: @nickhatespeople @pruittgrady @bigpatthomas
Comic Nick Palermo joins Pat again and talks about his hatred for eating. Pat goes on a Mississippi river journey in a pontoon boat. Later the two talk about freedom through vulnerability and honesty. Also, old versus young adults, when are things forgivable and when do people need to grow up? Twitter IG: @nickhatespeople @bigpatthomas Leave an iTunes review Like Stay the Course Podcast Page
Comic Nick Palermo joins Pat and talks about moving to downtown Houston. Pat buys alcohol for the homeless. They argue over clothing and discuss dating on Tinder. Nick is thrown off by the inspirational portion but gives great insight into his work ethic. Questions from Chad, tip of the Day, and Uncle Tony.
"Don't let someone's opinion of you become your reality" Les Brown How Young Life Capernaum Ministry to Disabled Spans Three Decades, Over 210 Communities and Over 48 Countries. It was at Woodleaf Camp in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California that I met Nick Palermo from San Jose. There he told me the story about how he was led to start a special ministry within Young Life called Capernaum that reaches out to physically challenged youth. Nick handed me one of his books, "Missing Stars, Fallen Sparrows" and while on a plane trip I devoured the entire book. Having provided for my son Jeffrey years earlier who had cerebral palsy, it was an immediate connection for me with Nick. Since retiring from Young Life, Nick is at it again! He's on a new mission, founding EmmausInnMinistries.org for disabled adults in the greater San Jose area Freshstart-Radio.com