The Science of Social Impact

The Science of Social Impact

Published by: Crate of Good
11 Episodes | First Released: Nov 1 '19
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BPJ1991
May 5
Rating:   10
SOO GOOD!

I really love podcasts focused on entrepreneurship, current events, and thought leadership. I’m also a passionate non profit professional. So when I came across The Science of Social Impact podcast I was hooked instantly! It’s the perfect combination all what I look for in a great podcast that I mentioned above. One thing I really appreciate as well is the host. Not only is Nich enjoyable to listen to, but a quick google of his name (Nicholas Kristock) reveals that he’s actually real deal when it comes to nonprofit experience and social impact entrepreneurship! Really glad i found this podcast and I look forward to more episodes!

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Cameran Jacques
Apr 27
Rating:   10
TWO THUMBS UP

Thanks for a great podcast!

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YullaHabibi123
Nov 6 '19
Rating:   10
Great Podcast!

I love this! The hosts present a ton of great information throughout the show! Especially information that most people would not encounter otherwise. I am very excited to hear many more episodes!

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nonprofitGuru
Nov 4 '19
Rating:   10
Entrepreneur and love this

I’m a social impact entrepreneur and stumbled on this podcast. Really love the concept and hope they stick around- love the first couple episodes and will definitely be continuing to listen! Keep it up!

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SRC6256
Oct 30 '19
Rating:   10
Wow!

Just wow! Love this Podcast - Some really awesome facts that they share. Keep changing lives!

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CCecchini
Oct 29 '19
Rating:   10
100% Social Impact

Could not be more excited for this podcast. The Crate of Good team practices what they preach and that is Social Impact. Incredible takeaways from CEOs and founders in the social impact space. They say their mission is to make social impact a key ingredient in life and business, and nothing could be more evident than that.

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