Fraternity Foodie

Check out our latest podcast interviews (and food suggestions) from all over North America!

Teresa Greco: How can we achieve happiness in life?

Are you wondering how can we achieve happiness in life? Teresa Greco is a certified life coach pursuing her Ph.D. with a dissertation on inner happiness. She is a TEDx speaker, 3X bestselling author, international writer, and editor of a Canadian lifestyle magazine as well as the host of the internet TV and radio shows called the “Steps to Happiness Show with Teresa Greco” on Soulivity TV and “The Happy Hour with Teresa Greco” on Hopeful Radio and Skyward TV. With a master’s degree in education, Teresa is an educator of over 25 years and an educational technologies consultant who coaches students with learning disabilities on the use of various educational software to help them uncover their potential by removing barriers and obstacles so they can flourish in all areas of their lives. In episode 459 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Teresa chose the University of Toronto for her undergraduate experience, why did she feel like something was missing when she had already achieved everything society said was important, what are the latest studies on happiness saying about how can we achieve happiness in life, how we can get started with meditation if we’ve never done....

Gina Perregrino: How do we tap into our creativity in the business world? Featured

Do you want to tap into our creativity in the business world? Our next guest will tell you how. Gina Perregrino is an American opera singer, teaching artist, and writer. Her experiences in the high-pressure world of operatic training and performance have led to advocate for more transparency around the emotional, financial, and geographical realities of being a full-time opera singer, as one can read about in her work published in Huffington Post. She is the creator FORTE, a series of musical-based workshops, using music as the catalyst for social, emotional and somatic awareness, available to conservatories and young artist programs across the country. A daughter and granddaughter in a family of quiet artists, Perregrino is determined to make some noise. In episode 458 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out when Gina knew that music was going to be her path in life, what it’s like being a full-time opera singer in terms of the emotional, financial, and geographical realities, what she does when she feels the nerves and anxiety hit just before a big performance on stage, whether chasing your dreams is really worth sacrificing weddings, funerals, birthdays, and silencing your own needs, what attendees learn from....

Liah Kraft-Kristaine J.D.: What is a happiness tune up? Featured

Are you searching for a happiness tune up? If your corporation or association is looking for a dynamic, funny speaker with a lasting influence, Liah Kraft-Kristaine, J.D. has programs on motivational leadership, communication, presentation skills, and creating wealth. Liah has spoken in nearly 500 cities on 4 continents, has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show as a guest expert, and is the author of 15 books, She is a former broadcaster on CNN, PBS, and is a former practicing attorney. Liah is the founder and director of LifeStar Academy Foundation for girls aging out of the foster care system, teaching life skills for healthy, happy adjustment to entry into a productive adult life. In episode 457 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Liah decided to go to law school at Emory University School of Law, what she learned about the media by working as a CNN and PBS Broadcaster, how college graduates can build affordable housing quickly for themselves, what is the ASF process and how does it help with depression, and as the author of the book “30 Days to Happiness” – what is a Happiness Tune Up and how will that help with our resiliency?....

Andrew Parrillo: How should we evaluate college student investments? Featured

Are you interested in evaluating college student investments? Andrew Parrillo is the author of “Beat the Wealth Management Hustle”. He is a Boston University graduate, Founder of Newport Capital Advisers, 1995-2019, and Managing Member and Founder, Victory Road Investors, 2000 to 2020. He had various investment advisory roles at firms before founding his own firm in 1995. In episode 456 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Andrew chose Boston University for his undergraduate experience, what made him want to join Sigma Phi Epsilon, how we should get over our anxiety around investing, why there has been so much diminished purchasing power of the dollar in places such as the grocery store, why he wrote the book “Beat the Wealth Management Hustle”, and what are the four critical questions that investors must answer. Enjoy! Link: