Testimonials

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“In the midst of laughter built of firm scholarship…Nick invites us to encounter our world with a hearty laugh and a sense of hope.”

Kevin McCormack
Co-host, WABC

 

 

 

 

 

“Thank you for your talk, that minute of meditation and your questionnaire set me on the right path for discovery of myself and the world around me. It’s important to show gratitude to those who help us along the path, and so you have mine.”

Ryan
Software Developer

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“It’s rare that you come across talent like Nick Mosca. Nick has conceptualized a way to support clients in creating and implementing personalized mindfulness. Delivered with soul, humor, and expertise, Nick’s delivery and learning supports are second to none.”

Mary Lisa Harper
Professional Development Strategist, Share Fair Nation

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“Nick is an extraordinary public speaker!  With a light touch, he was able to deal with weighty subject matter at the retreat my organization hosted in New York City. He effortlessly and insightfully weaved together material about redeeming trauma through the appropriate use of humor. We were all touched and uplifted by his presentation!”

Rev. David Fleenor
Senior Director, Chaplaincy Services & Clinical Education

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“Inspirational and funny: two words you don’t usually see together. Yet that’s Nick Mosca. A bright, unique presence for any keynote, Nick will make you think, laugh, learn — and have fun doing it!”

Rev. Susan Sparks
Pastor, Comedian, and Author of Laugh Your Way to Grace

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“If ‘laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face’ (Victor Hugo), then Nick Mosca is a source of continual warmth. He is a friend and colleague who can be a teacher, make us think, and delight and ignite the mind and soul with joyful laughter.”

Dr. Jane Foley
Senior Vice President, Milken Educator Awards, Milken Family Foundation

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“Nick Mosca is a young voice with an aged wisdom. He uses humor deftly, humbly and well…He moved all our varied constituencies to greater understanding. Nick is someone we all hope to hear more of in the future, as a new, fresh voice…”

Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper
Senior Minister

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“Thank you for such a great class…it reminded me of the important role that play has in connecting to our life force.”

Nancy Goldman, Ed.D.
Professor and author of the upcoming book “Comedy and the City”

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“Before I started practicing mindfulness, I was uptight and stressed…One day in class, Mr. Mosca gave me a life tip to try this practice for at least 20 minutes a day. So I gave it a try…and what do you know it worked! I started to have better sleep and better dreams. Overall, I was happy and whole. Also, I find it helpful when in Public Speaking we practice for 5-10 minutes. We are coming from recess and are hyper and mindfulness brings us back down to earth. Keep calm and be mindful!

Seventh Grader
Class of 2018, The George Jackson Academy

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“Nick wowed a full house for the Harvard Divinity School Billings Competition! What a pleasure and privilege to be there that day.”

Rev. Laura Tuach
Assistant Director of Field Education, Harvard Divinity School

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“Thank you so very much for such a great show. It was thought-provoking and fun, the perfect combination!”

Maia Aziz, P.S.W., C.L.Y.L.
President-Elect of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor

“I just spent the last the last few hours listening and laughing to your podcast and reading your webpage. It was a blast of fresh air…I feel like I was having my dessert this afternoon listening to you. It is a blessing to have been on your mailing list.”

Rev. Dr. Sandras M. Barnes
Minister and Educator

Drawing on over ten years of experience, Nick Mosca empowers people to align mindfulness practices with their interests, reduce stress, and reclaim their lives. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard University, where he won the Billings Prize for inspiring behavioral change through positive humor. He is an avid speaker and writer whose approach to mindfulness has been featured in The Atlantic and Psychology Today, as well as at WABC radio, Yale University, Squarespace, New York University, the Milken Scholars Program, mindSpark Learning, the HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, and the George Jackson Academy. He has also served as the Research Poster Chairman for the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor and is a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).

To inquire about Nick’s services, e-mail: nick@nickmosca.com