Aujourd'hui, Splash vous emmène tout droit vers la vie d'adulte ! Comment décrypter une fiche de paie ? Que risquez-vous en falsifiant votre dossier d'appart ? Comment bien entretenir ses plantes vertes ? Ou mieux encore, peut-on survivre à un repas de famille ?Dans Adulte, mode d'emploi, Louanne et Valentin, un duo d'explorateurs du quotidien, répondent à toutes ces questions existentielles qu'on n'a plus l'âge de poser à ses parents. Anecdotes universelles, conseils tirés d'expériences et astuces des champions du monde de la vie d'adulte : juriste, agent immobilier, assistant.e sociaux.les... Parce que nous ne sommes pas tous égaux face à l'accès à l'information, Adulte, mode d'emploi offre une compilation utile de tout ce qu'il faut savoir pour affronter la vie quotidienne. Chaque mois, 1 série thématique, soit 8 épisodes qui viennent calmer toutes vos inquiétudes d'adultes. Ça va aller, vous allez voir ! Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Dans ce nouveau format, Ewan, Benoît et Caroline partagent leur vécu en compétition et notamment des anecdotes vécues ou vues en tournoi. N'hésitez pas à nous dire ce que vous pensez de ce type d'épisodes et à nous partager vos meilleures anecdotes !
Les Grosses Têtes se sont déjà rendues, pour certaines, à l'Elysée. Petit tour de table des anecdotes dans le palais présidentiel... Découvrez la page Facebook Officielle des "Grosses Têtes" : https://www.facebook.com/lesgrossestetesrtl/ Retrouvez vos "Grosses Têtes" sur Instagram : https://bit.ly/2hSBiAo Découvrez le compte Twitter Officiel des "Grosses Têtes" : https://bit.ly/2PXSkkz Toutes les vidéos des "Grosses Têtes" sont sur YouTube : https://bit.ly/2DdUyGg
Matt and Scott continue their discussion from part 1 over a range of topics, including theology, business, softball, and more. This is a wide-ranging podcast that deviates from our normal content. We hope you enjoy! GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans. There's no contract and you can cancel anytime. Start experiencing strength now: https://bit.ly/3EJI18v Connect with the hosts Matt on Instagram Niki on Instagram Connect with the show Barbell Logic on Instagram Podcast Webpage Barbell Logic on Facebook Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Diary Of A Seeker: Tales & Anecdotes Of A Life Student, Volume 1 by Daniel Hayashi A revelation into the majesty of personal spiritual fulfillment, which our often insecure and self-serving egos fight to deny our higher spirits and each other. How astute introspection and reflection opens our minds and hearts to an inner and higher awareness that eventually awakes the Christ consciousness. After ages of unconscious slumber and through multiple incarnations of oblivion and status seeking, do we awaken to our true divinity and immortality. This is a collective treatise told in near daily tales of our soul's wondrous progression and the beauty of our spiritual struggles. Through divine guidance of conscience and the laws of karma, do we earn our way back to the rapture of Nirvana. Daniel Hayashi graduated from Chouinard Art Institute (now California Institute of the Arts) in 1970 with a B.A. in Fine Arts and a minor in Psychology. He and his wife Suzanne owned a publications and graphic arts company in Manhattan Beach. CA, until retiring in Arizona and being guided to do so. This collection of tales is a result of that spiritual calling.https://www.amazon.com/Diary-Seeker-Tales-Anecdotes-Student/dp/B0BBCPJ1PJ/ref=sr_1_2?crid=2PGP24WHJ7Q3&keywords=diary+of+a+seeker&qid=1663076139&s=books&sprefix=dairy+of+a+seeker+%2Cstripbooks%2C79&sr=1-2https://www.readersmagnet.com/http://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/root/twia/92222dhayashi.mp3
Lors de la journée mondiale contre le spécisme, on a profité de ce rassemblement des personnes concernées par le specisme, pour connaître leurs anecdotes sur le jour où ils ont révélé qu'ils allaient cesser de suivre leur entourage, et se préoccuper réellement des maltraitances animales. On a des pépites.
Matt and Scott chat over a range of topics, including theology, business, softball, and more. This is a wide-ranging podcast that deviates from our normal content. We hope you enjoy! GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans. There's no contract and you can cancel anytime. Start experiencing strength now: https://bit.ly/3EJI18v Connect with the hosts Matt on Instagram Niki on Instagram Connect with the show Barbell Logic on Instagram Podcast Webpage Barbell Logic on Facebook Or email email@example.com
Chris Vannini from the Athletic did his fair share of reporting on the new EA Sports College Football Game and along the way shares some good stories about celebrities at video game openings and players dying to be a part of the new game. Chris Vannini's Article - https://tinyurl.com/VanniniEAGet 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code DYNASTYMODE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpodYouTube: tinyurl.com/ArkyYouTubeApple Podcasts: www.tinyurl.com/dynastymodeappleSpotify: www.tinyurl.com/dynastymodespotifyGoogle: www.tinyurl.com/dynastymodegoogleFollow Arky on Twitter: @ArkyShea Follow Demetri on Twitter: @DemetriRavanosIntro Song: Accept the Fight from LemonMusicStudio
This episode snips off some loose ends. We examine Squanto's ambiguous and controversial legacy, and look at a few interesting Pilgrim stories through the summer of 1623 that did not fit well into the timeline narrative of the last few episodes, including Indian gambling, a miracle of prayer during extreme weather, and the decision by the leaders of the colony to end collective farming and authorize private plots so each family would be better motivated to boost food production. Twitter: @TheHistoryOfTh2 Facebook: The History of the Americans Podcast Shawn's Pictures of the Popham Colony Site Selected references for this episode Nathaniel Philbrick, Mayflower: Voyage, Community, War Nick Bunker, Making Haste From Babylon: The Mayflower Pilgrims and Their World: A New History Edward Winslow, Good News From New England William Bradford, Of Plymouth Plantation "Gambling," The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Anthropology
This episode, we discuss the band GHOST; specifically, two events that we were a part of in the past few weeks. One, being our attendance of the ritual in Austin, TX on August 30th (Imperatour - North America 2022), and two, being the Spotify Live Ghost Event debacle. We also learn how to say the word anonymity (word of the day), talk about our Six Degrees of Separation with GHOST, and, of course, taste test and rate more craft beers.Cheers!P.S. I was a little rusty and it showed around the 18 min mark. Sorry! - MarioSpotify playlist for Episode 75:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4MXePaEf5Ry5QTOa7x6ifY?si=27f9704df06b4402Complete beer list:https://rocktalkhappyhourpod.com/brews-by-episode/
In this evening's show, we give our thoughts on last night's lacklustre capitulation in South Yorkshire as a very out-of-sorts Blackpool were well beaten against the Millers. #rotherham #blackpoolfc Rotherham United 3 - Blackpool 0 : REACTION Lineup and Formation Great start, utter shit for the rest of the 85 mins Was the crime the team he picked or not changing it? WHY DIDN'T HE CHANGE IT!!! Is it William's fault or are we having a pile-on? (spoiler, it's at least partly his fault) Get Hubby back? (YES! - I'll make my free jazz analogy!) Is Tim seeing a different Kenny Dougal? LOL Ratings are back! (what a delight!) News The FA banned football for the Queen last weekend, all other sports go ahead Trevor Sinclairs Tweet Milwall away SEASIDERS PODCAST LIVE! Come see us on a LIVE stage production of the show at the Winter Gardens on Saturday 8th October with an 8 PM kick-off. Join the Seasiders Podcast LIVE show special with guest panellist, Gary Taylor-Fletcher to talk all things Tangerine, past, present and future. Anecdotes and Timisms guaranteed! https://www.wintergardensblackpool.co.uk/events/seasiders-podcast-live/ SUPPORT US If you would like to help support our show and help us pay for software, hosting, equipment, etc, please consider joining our Patreon supporter program. In return, you'll get extra content, early releases, access to our private Patreon WhatsApp chat group and the odd giveaway now and then. To find out more go to: https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod
Comment sont produits des shows télévisuels comme la Star Academy ou Miss France ? Pourquoi Koh Lanta et Fort Boyard sont des succès qui perdurent ? Quel est le modèle économique d'une boîte de production ? Dans ce nouvel épisode de GDIY, nous vous révélons les secrets des métiers de la prod' avec Alexia Laroche-Joubert, CEO d'ALP Productions. Cette figure emblématique de la télévision se livre volontiers à propos de sa vie, des coulisses de la TV et des hauts et des bas qu'on rencontre dans un parcours hors normes. Vous découvrirez : Quels sont les moteurs qui lui ont donné la force de gravir les sommets de la TV La genèse de la téléréalité en France. Les prises de risques énormes d'Alexia, tout au long de sa carrière. Les secrets et le modèle économique des métiers de la production TV La guerre entre les sociétés de production pour obtenir “des cases” L'avis d'Alexia concernant la place des femmes à la direction des boîtes de prod' Un épisode qui commence et se termine d'une manière totalement inédite dans GDIY! Prêt à plonger dans les coulisses de la télévision ? TIMELINE : 00:01:00 - Anecdotes d'Alexia sur Bob Sinclar et David Guetta 00:11:00 - Présentation et parcours d'Alexia Laroche-Joubert 00:40:00 - Le métier de producteur (les formats, l'économie, les risques) 01:49:00 - Concurrence, audiences et difficultés On a cité avec Alexia un ancien épisode de GDIY : #219 - Bob Sinclar - Mélanger des sons pour faire danser les gens Alexia vous recommande de lire : Fugitive parce que reine - Violaine Huisman Avec Alexia, on a parlé de : Le documentaire sur Lady Gaga : Gaga: Five Foot Two Canal Jimmy Stéphane Courbit John de Mol Banijay France Tooco L'auteur Ragnar Jónasson La musique du générique vous plaît ? C'est à Morgan Prudhomme que je la dois ! Contactez-le sur : https://studio-module.com. Vous souhaitez sponsoriser Génération Do It Yourself ou nous proposer un partenariat ? Contactez mon label Orso Media via ce formulaire. Vous pouvez envoyer un message Alexia sur Linkedin, ou par e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) et la suivre sur Twitter et Instagram.
Chaque jour, Charles Magnien vous dévoile trois histoires insolites de l'actualité. La matinale 100% opinions et auditeurs 3ème saison pour Apolline de Malherbe aux commandes d'Apolline Matin. Cette année, de nouvelles voix viennent rejoindre l'équipe. L'humoriste Arnaud Demanche viendra chaque matin dialoguer avec les auditeurs à 7h20 (le « 3216 d'Arnaud Demanche ») et proposera un billet d'humeur grinçant et piquant à 8h20 (« Vivement Demanche ») ! Marguerite Dumont aux journaux et Amélie Rosique pour la chronique « RMC s'engage pour vous » rejoindront également l'équipe d'Apolline Matin pour une matinale 100% info, engagée et d'opinions. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h30-8h30), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
The word illustrate means “to cast light upon something.” When used regarding preaching, it refers to those elements in a sermon which by analogy, in a general sense, allow the hearer to grasp more precisely the meaning the preacher intends. Illustrations never stand alone. A story or figure of speech does not become an illustration until it is used to clarify the idea being communicated. The idea is the master in this process, while the illustration is merely a servant.Although every preacher has heard about the value of illustrations and is aware of books consisting of illustrative material, relatively little has been written on the rationale and process of illustrating. Most material of this nature will be found in books on the general topic of preaching or homiletics.The purposes and advantages of sermon illustrations are more numerous than is usually thought. Ian Macpherson mentions no less than 17, although his list is somewhat repetitive.” Following are some general functions of illustrations in sermons: 1. They can be used to clarify main points, subpoints, applications, and even introductions and conclusions. 2. They help make abstract truth become concrete by making it visual. 3. They add variety to sermons, which can be drawn from every arena of life. 4. They vary the pace of a sermon by giving listeners needed psychological breaks, thus aiding their attention span. 5. They impress the truth on the mind of the hearer. 6. They help persuasion because they are a form of inductive reasoning. 7. They make repetition possible without a sense of redundancy. 8. They attract attention. 9. They can bring a sense of relevancy to messages.10. They help build bridges with a variety of audience members.11. They help memory.12. They can touch the hearer on both an intellectual and an emotional level.When we hear the term illustration, we often think immediately of some kind of story that has a moral. This is only one of many kinds of illustrative material. Consider the following: 1. Single words or phrases (visual language) 2. Short figures of speech, such as similes or metaphors 3. Analogies and parables 4. Allegories 5. Fables, myths, and legends 6. Biographical incidents 7. Personal experiences 8. Testimonies 9. Anecdotes-short stories, often with humor, not necessarily true. (They should not be passed off as true if they are not.)10. Quotations-quips, prose, and poetry. (Poetry should be used sparingly with most congregations. Poems that are brief and plain communicate better than complicated ones.)11. Statistics12. Hymns13. Current events14. Visual aids and object lessonsOur website is: https://preachingmatters.buzzsprout.com/The podcast is a ministry of Dr. Alan Carr and The Sermon Notebook (http://www.sermonnotebook.org)Support the showSupport the show
Having ADHD means you have stories to tell. They might not have seemed that unusual to us at the time, but in retrospect, some of these things just wouldn't be likely to happen in the lives of more neurotypical people. Today, we're telling on ourselves. Get ready for some laughs!
Huddersfield Town 0 - Blackpool 1 : REACTION Travel nightmares getting there Weird playing on a Sunday Talking points… - Line up and strange formation - Jerry chance - Some great grimmy stops - THEO! - Great work from Gabriel - Brilliant Grimmy ‘save' - Very few chances either way - defensively excellent BUT… Williams shaky (Should Jud be playing?) - Final whistle #scenes Reactions Twitter fan reaction Appy Radion Lancs reaction EFL hawkeye statement - https://www.efl.com/news/2022/september/efl-statement-huddersfield-town-v-blackpool News Seasiders Podcast LIVE Neal Eardley returns to Bloomfield Road in the role of Professional Development Phase Coach. Bowler gone to Forest Ian Poveda (POVEDA!) Callum Wright Zak Emerson Danny Drinkwater? Matty Virtue Madine suspension SEASIDERS PODCAST LIVE! Come see us on a LIVE stage production of the show at the Winter Gardens on Saturday 8th October with an 8PM kick-off. Join the Seasiders Podcast LIVE show special with guest panellist, Gary Taylor-Fletcher to talk all things Tangerine, past, present and future. Anecdotes and Timisms guaranteed! https://www.wintergardensblackpool.co.uk/events/seasiders-podcast-live/ SUPPORT US If you would like to help support our show and help us pay for software, hosting, equipment, etc, please consider joining our Patreon supporter program. In return, you'll get extra content, early releases, access to our private Patreon WhatsApp chat group and the odd giveaway now and then. To find out more go to: https://www.patreon.com/seasiderspod
Anecdotes of Dogs by Edward Jesse audiobook. "Histories are more full of examples of the fidelity of dogs than of friends." The character, sensibilities, and intellectual faculties of animals have always been a favourite study, and they are, perhaps, more strongly developed in the dog than in any other quadruped, from the circumstance of his being the constant companion of man. I am aware how much has been written on this subject, but having accumulated many original and interesting anecdotes of this faithful animal, I have attempted to enlarge the general stock of information respecting it. It is a pleasing task, arising from the conviction that the more the character of the dog is known, the better his treatment is likely to be, and the stronger the sympathy excited in his behalf.
Recently a question was posed to Stacey by a student which was, how do we know if what we're doing when we're engaging in high vibe practices or working on our business is GOOD or BAD and this inspired the topic for today's show – why simply SHOWING UP & PRACTICING = GOOD. Stacey has been practicing and teaching Yoga for over 2 decades, and she not only knows how to do and teach the many practices (a lot of mind management!), but she also learned very early on what the true art of practicing is about. Embodying this concept changed everything about Stacey and her life! In this episode she is teaching us to wrap our minds around a seemingly simple yet incredibly profound idea that can transform the path of our expansion and growth - that showing up and practicing is ALWAYS good and there's no such thing as a “bad” practice. Listen in as Stacey gives us the tools to help change our wiring so that we can wake up EVERY single day feeling that we are being a human to the best of our ability in our P&P Life and Biz. Get Full Show Notes, Event Sign Ups and More Information Here: http://www.staceybrassrussell.com/pppodcast (http://www.staceybrassrussell.com/pppodcast)
Most businesses don't survive for two, five, or ten years but Vicki Baird Coaching turned 22 years old this past May, so I thought it was time to do an episode on how it started and where it is today. Anecdotes, admissions, and tools of survival are included within! If you'd like a transcript of the podcast, check out Episode Transcription
Quand on fait de l'immobilier on est confronté à la vraie vie. On vous partage nos anecdotes, entre la banque qui perd mon dossier, Martin qui se retrouve séquestré, un immeuble qui brûle, des locataires qui finissent en prison… Vous allez vous régaler. On aime toujours autant l'immobilier, on veut d'ailleurs en faire 10x plus que ce que l'on a aujourd'hui. On ne cherche pas à vous décourager, mais vous montrer que ce n'est pas si grave que ça. Si vous aimez notre contenu, n'oubliez pas de nous laisser un commentaire et 5 étoiles. Reprendre des entreprises avec nous : https://bit.ly/3POe9he N'hésitez pas à tester Bricks.io, le sponsor de l'épisode. Pour toute nouvelle inscription avec le code VICTORLORA vous gagnez 1% de tous les investissements effectués dès les 3 premiers mois. Le site de Bricks : https://www.bricks.co/ N'hésitez pas à laisser un commentaire et 5 étoiles
Global Policy Watch #1: The Many Transitions In China Global issues and their implications for India— RSJIn a few editions in the past, we have alluded to structural challenges in the Chinese economy and the window of opportunity that it presents India. I thought it would be useful to take a more comprehensive view of this. China reported a GDP growth of 0.4 per cent in the quarter that ended in June 2022. China's National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) isn’t known for its allegiance to truth. It is safe to assume the real GDP would have shrunk in the quarter. The daft ‘zero Covid’ policy led to total lockdowns in major cities during the quarter. The government crackdown on the real estate sector has meant that investment in the sector fell sharply. These contributed to the slowdown. Two other data points are interesting to note. The unemployment rate among the youth aged between 16-24 was at an all-time high of about 20 per cent. Also, retail sales continued to be weak at about 2.7 per cent, much below the 5 per cent forecast. Domestic consumption, the great desire of Chinese policymakers, remained sluggish. The spokesperson for the NBS put up a brave face while spinning these numbers as short-term bumps on the road. He raised the possibility of global stagflation and its negative impact on China to possibly justify weak numbers in the future. But is this slowdown just a blip in the impressive rise of China in the past three decades? I’m not sure. There are three transitions underway in China right now. It is difficult for nations to pull off any one of these in normal times. To attempt three simultaneously is ambitious. It is most likely to fail. Anyway, back to these transitions.The first transition started a few years back. This was forced on it because economics doesn’t bow to the party's diktats. China is finding it difficult to transition from a manufacturing-heavy, investment-led economic model to a consumption-driven one. This couldn’t be avoided. There would always be a limit to the world’s capacity to absorb China’s imports. Also, as China grew richer, it knew its low-cost edge in manufacturing would wither away. So after a few years of structural overinvestment in building capacity - the bridges to nowhere, the ghost cities, empty airports and other excesses - it had to pivot to a consumption-driven economy. It did try to delay the inevitable transition by aiming to export this overcapacity through its belt and road initiative. But after the initial hoopla, most countries have come to see it as what it is. A debt trap. So, this transition was necessary to move away from growth predicated on size and scale of investment to a more sustainable model of higher quality. But this is proving to be difficult. The history of unproductive investments has led to a debt build-up in the system (the debt to GDP ratio in China is over 300 per cent) and a drag on productivity that will continue for a long time. The state-owned enterprises (SOEs) that led this investment-driven growth are in a debt trap, and many continue to stay afloat by evergreening their loans. New productive investments have suffered because of this. People aren’t sure of their future, so instead of consumption, there’s an increase in domestic savings. Also, the pandemic and the recent lockdowns haven’t helped consumption growth. This is going to be a long, painful road.The second transition has been brought upon it because of its confidence in creating a ‘patterned’ society based on a premeditated design of the society. The prime example of ignoring spontaneous order was its plan to control the population through a one-child policy. China is now past the peak of its demographic dividend. The Labour force in China peaked in 2015 at around 800 million. It has now shrunk to 783 million, almost what it was in 2010. In the next 15 years, this is projected to go down to about 650 million. The stupid notion of the population as a liability has meant a rapidly shrinking and ageing workforce. The government has now reversed the one-child policy with a two-child policy without learning that such top-down interventions worsen things. Other similar ideas like patterned migration from villages to specific cities, controlling information flow for its citizens and taking some lofty top-down emission targets that have contributed to a serious energy crisis right now will also turn out the same way. The fault isn’t in their stars but in their ideology. The final transition is the more perplexing one. This was articulated in a speech by Xi Jinping on August 17, 2021, where he introduced the notion of ‘common prosperity.’ This marked the most cogent articulation of Xi’s shift towards greater ideological rigidity. The days of economic growth based on ideological compromises were coming to an end. As Xi mentioned, ‘common prosperity is the essential requirement of socialism and an important feature of Chinese-style modernization’ and China ‘must resolutely prevent polarization, promote common wealth, and achieve social harmony and stability.’ The crackdown on the consumer tech sector (virtually destroying Jac Ma’s empire) and the ‘three red lines’ drawn for the real estate sector, that has disproportionate weight on its economy, should be viewed in this backdrop. It is unclear whether this is a real commitment to ideology or a way to consolidate his position as dictator-for-life by appealing to the masses. But Xi has doubled down on this, as seen by his remarks at the World Economic Forum:"We will first make the pie bigger and then divide it properly through reasonable institutional arrangements. As a rising tide lifts all boats, everyone will get a fair share from development, and development gains will benefit all our people in a more substantial and equitable way,"In my (very broad) view, Xi has concluded that China might have peaked in economic growth. You start talking about redistribution and ‘dividing it properly’ when you know the pie won’t grow at the same rate as it was earlier. Importantly, I also suspect this is the reason why Xi is acting like a bully in the neighbourhood. If you know you have hit the peak of your geopolitical and geoeconomic leverage, you will be foolish to let the moment pass without maximising your gains.Some might argue furnishing other economic data that this ‘peaking’ theory isn’t true. China is still a global manufacturing engine. Its trade surplus has ballooned in the past year suggesting the world is hungrier for its goods. And so on. There’s this insightful column by Michael Pettis in FT that I will quote, which puts in perspective the record trade surpluses that China has been notching up in recent months while making these three transitions together. Pettis writes:Contrary to what many assume, the country’s burgeoning trade surplus is not a symptom of manufacturing prowess, nor is it evidence of a culture of thrift. It is instead a consequence of the great difficulty China has had in rebalancing its domestic economy and reining in its soaring debt. This is because the very conditions that explain stagnant domestic consumption also explain the rapid growth in Chinese exports relative to imports.Beijing has known the solution to this problem for years. In order to control soaring debt and the non-productive investment it funds, it had to rebalance the distribution of income by enough that growth would be driven mainly by rising consumption, as is the case in most other economies. But this requires a politically-difficult restructuring of the economy in which a larger share of total income — as much as 10-15 percentage points of GDP — is transferred from local governments to Chinese households.This is why the trade surplus matters. In recent years, Beijing has tried to slow the growth in debt by reducing non-productive investment in property and infrastructure. This year, as we saw with Evergrande, Beijing came down hard on the property sector.If a rising share of China’s total income had been going to ordinary households, the resulting reduction in investment by property developers could have been balanced by a rise in consumption. But that’s not what’s happened. In the past two years, partly as a consequence of the Covid pandemic, growth in wages has actually lagged behind growth in GDP. The share Chinese workers have received of what they produce has declined rather than increased, and with it so has the share they are able to consume.Rising exports are usually a good thing, but for countries like China, rising trade surpluses are not. In this case they are symptoms of deep and persistent imbalances in the domestic distribution of income. Until the country is able to reverse these imbalances, something which has proven politically very difficult, these large surpluses are just the obverse of attempts by Beijing to control debt, and so they will persist.For India, all of this is a golden opportunity. China will remain busy with these transitions that it has wrought upon itself. The jury is still out on whether it will have a soft landing on them. Global businesses that started seeking more resilient and cost-effective alternatives to China during COVID-19, are now convinced that they must employ a ‘China + 1’ model to safeguard their long-term interests. There are only that many economies that have the labour pool, capital and a business environment that can take advantage of this shift away from China, however gradual. To me, it might be faster than what we all anticipate. And it will pass India by if it doesn’t stay alert to its possibilities.There is a high likelihood of a golden decade ahead for MSMEs in India if it plays its cards right. A long overdue factor market reforms (possible at the state level), kickstarting a government capex cycle that will instil confidence in the private sector to follow suit, not overdoing aatmanirbhar Bharat beyond the rhetoric and remaining an open and liberal democracy that convinces others that it will have sufficient checks and balances to not lose its way. These are the basic block and tackle moves to capitalise on the opportunity. Because the only lesson to learn from a possible China misstep is that overdetermined leadership and top-down economic thinking eventually fail.Course Advertisement: The Sept 2022 intake of Takshashila’s Graduate Certificate in Public Policy programme ends soon! Visit this link to apply.India Policy Watch #1: A Potent CocktailInsights on burning policy issues in India— Pranay KotasthaneThe ongoing political saga in Delhi over a new (now suspended) excise policy is a heady cocktail for policy analysts. The cocktail’s components include a tussle over alcohol licenses, Maximum Retail Price (MRP), privatisation, regulation, allegations of corruption, rent-seeking, and political contestation.The political motivations behind the current actions are quite clear. But it might be useful to look at the under-discussed policy aspects of the debate. Useful, because it’s not the last time we have seen a stand-off on alcohol policy.The underlying motivation for the Delhi Excise Policy 2021-22 is to increase government revenue. Although we know that the best way to do that is lower the tax rate and broaden the base, India’s poor economic performance over the last decade has made it politically risky to bring additional people under the tax net. Hence, states are opting for the easier—and counterproductive—option instead: raise tax rates and increase non-tax revenue. With the GST taking away the power to raise tax rates on most items unilaterally, state governments are exploring other options. One lucrative option is liquor excise. The Indian State heavily regulates the production, sale, and consumption of alcohol. Streamlining the licensing policies for the production and sale of alcohol can generate non-tax revenue, while higher overboard consumption can result in an increase in tax revenue (excise duty). One reform, two revenue handles. This is why the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) governments in Delhi and Punjab have set their eyes on this sector. Moreover, raising the fees on government-provided private goods doesn’t fit its existing political persona. To be fair, the Delhi Excise Policy 2021-22 is fairly progressive. It states that the policy's objectives are to augment the state excise duty revenue, simplify liquor pricing, prevent duty evasion, and transform the liquor trade commensurate with Delhi’s position as a city of global importance. To achieve these objectives, the policy aims to award new licenses for alcohol sale, dividing the city into 32 zones, with a fixed number of shops allowed per zone. It aims to end government-run booze shops, distributing those licenses to private players instead. To foster competition, it allows shops to offer discounts below the Maximum Retail Price (MRP), permits shops to stay open till 3 am, and authorises bars to serve alcohol in licensed open spaces. A report in the Business Standard captured the view of a craft beer brand as follows:“The new excise policy is facing teething issues like any other but we find the policy very good since there is now a lot more opportunity to showcase our brand. Earlier, stores were dingy with no proper brand display, but now the stores have a mandated minimum floor area and are women-friendly. This helps with visibility of our brand.” There were quite a few initial hiccups. Some dealers started giving deep discounts to capture the market. That led the government to change the no-MRP policy to a “discount only up to 25% of MRP” policy. After that, retailers started offering “buy one bottle, get another free”. And hence, big dealers could attract more customers, while the smaller ones were finding it difficult to compete. Some licenses didn’t attract any buyers at all. These seem to be transient-state shocks. The steady-state promised to be much better. Alas.Reforming a tightly regulated policy area in which powerful rent-seekers have flourished for decades is not easy. The old status quo has powerful defenders. Like many other reforms, the benefits are widely dispersed while the costs are concentrated. And so, many existing licensees have ganged up on the government. We can be sure that some of these licensees also have political connections, which they have used to oppose the policy. There is also the additional issue specific to alcohol — any policy that is seen to liberalise its sale becomes an easy target for conservative moralisers. Further, the Delhi government made a mistake by pausing the policy implementation amidst the criticism.Then came the political pushback. Despite the government’s revenue increasing by 27 per cent after the policy was put in place, some notional revenue loss of the “2G spectrum allocation” vintage has surfaced. There are also charges of favouritism and corruption in the allocation of new licenses, an issue so sensational that it requires the combined might of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate. (Sarcasm is intended.) Many state governments must be eying this Delhi experiment with excise policy reform. Moreover, this case illustrates the difficulty in reforming sub-optimal licensing arrangements. As for the Delhi government, are they reaping what they sowed in the name of anti-corruption?Global Policy Watch #2: Xi Jinping’s Thoughts Global issues and their implications for India— RSJTalking of China (and I’m intruding into Pranay’s area of expertise), I came across this wonderful blog, globalinequality by Branko Milanovic. In his latest post, he writes about what he learnt from reading a translated version of the book, ' Anecdotes and Sayings of Xi Jinping’. Milanovic writes:The undisputable emphasis in the “Chinese” part of the book is on the matters of governance. By giving numerous examples from Chinese history of rulers and their aides who cared about people’s welfare, lived modestly (“One should be the first when taking care of state affairs, the last when taking care of personal affairs”), strove to improve themselves morally and educationally, Xi proposes a theory of governance that is based on virtue of rulers and results achieved, not procedure. While Western theories emphasize the procedural aspect (how is one selected to be the ruler, is it by a well-established democratic process or not), Xi’s concern is with the results. The tacit premise is not to discuss how one is selected to rule….The success is defined in terms of improvement in the well-being and happiness of people whom they govern.…In all cases of a good rule, there is the emphasis on individual characteristics of rulers. What is required, they (the editors) write, is “morality inside and virtue outside”; what is sought is the rule of virtue, and by virtue. But how to bring about such a rule? Obviously, by having moral rulers. Hence--the reader begins to realize--Xi’s ideological campaign: if Confucian-cum-Communist ideology is disregarded and everything is simply esteemed in terms of money and economic success, there cannot be a moral and virtuous rule.The key question, unanswered in the book, then becomes: is it possible to achieve an educational and moral “rejuvenation” under the current “normal” conditions of capitalism where money-making is held by the majority of the population to be the highest objective revealing also one’s individual worth?Xi is fighting against the spirit of the times, and while his struggle may be driven by a genuine desire to create a morally superior China, the odds of succeeding in this endeavor are, I am afraid, not particularly high. This is, to put it mildly, a brilliant summary of the ideological battle Xi has picked up and his odds of winning it. I tend to agree with its conclusion. India Policy Watch #2: Value Addition, Not Import SubstitutionInsights on burning policy issues in India— Pranay Kotasthane“Import Substitution” is still in vogue. One would have thought that the unsuccessful pursuit of this goal since independence would’ve discredited it. That doesn’t seem to be the case.Every few weeks, we come across policies targeting import substitution, implicitly if not explicitly. Just a few days back came the rumour that the government plans to ban Chinese phones priced under Rs 12,000 in order to give a leg up to domestic champions. Thankfully, unnamed sources in the government have denied this story for now. Even so, import tariff hikes and industrial policies continue to chase the illusory target of import substitution. Some policies for display fabs and drones explicitly mention import substitution as the target. Of late, this idea has morphed into targets for maximising value addition per unit of exports. Now, readers of this newsletter know what we think of this idea. In edition #161, we had warned that Atmanirbhar Bharat is approaching a wrong turn. We have also cautioned against the proliferation of Production Linked Incentives (PLIs) beyond a few critical sectors. I will make the case against import substitution in this edition using another example. Look at the chart below, which shows the import profile of a country for the year 2020. This country’s largest import by value is Integrated Circuits (chips) at 18.8%. The total import bill is $259 billion. Can you guess the country? If you need a hint, here’s one: as exports rise, imports also rise. The world’s top two exporters are China and the US. And the world’s top two importers are also the US and China.The answer is neither the US nor China. India can be ruled out because we know that our biggest import is crude oil. Here’s another hint. Look at this country’s export profile for the same year. Its biggest export is again integrated circuits, at 36.9% out of a total exported value of $374 billion. Do you have an answer now? The right answer might surprise you. This is the typical year-wise trade profile of a country that is acclaimed as the world’s semiconductor superpower: Taiwan! We forget that despite its unmatched prowess in contracted chip manufacturing, Taiwan is not even close to being self-sufficient. Some Taiwanese companies import chips, do value addition through packaging and testing, and then export the final commodity. A portion of the imported chips goes into the machines that are used to manufacture chips by the famed Taiwanese chip foundries. The fundamental message is that imports are critical to exports, even in sophisticated economies. PLI scheme began with the aim of promoting India’s exports. But my sense is that import substitution has displaced exports as the primary goal. How else does one explain the simultaneous increase in import tariffs and a phased manufacturing programme (PMP) that aims to increase tariffs on imported components? Atmanirbhar Bharat needs to return to its goal of creating competitive manufacturing capabilities in India by allowing companies to start, grow, and close with considerably less bureaucratic friction. Shielding domestic component makers from international competition on the one hand, and subsidising end-equipment manufacturers on the other will end up helping neither. Equipment manufacturers will merely make expensive, poor-quality products. Some others will use the production subsidies to import components at higher prices, with no net benefit to them or the consumers. As RSJ writes in the first section, this decade is India’s to lose. Imports aren’t evil. Target value maximisation, not import substitution. Counterproductive policies targeting import substitution won’t help. HomeWorkReading and listening recommendations on public policy matters[Article] Why the MRP should be abolished. A 2015 article by Anupam Manur remains relevant. [Paper] PIIE has a good paper with a framework to analyse the world’s dependence on China for strategic minerals.[Book] Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much by Sendhil Mullainathan and Eldar Shafir is a useful read. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit publicpolicy.substack.com
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ATTENTION, l'optimisme c'est contagieux... et le pessimisme pour les feignants ! Voici Catherine Testa sur la naïveté, l'écologie et le bonheur au travail. SOMMAIRE 00:53 La citation qui l'a fait démissionner 02:58 Peut-on changer le monde sans être optimiste ? 04:08 Les critiques de l'optimisme 06:30 La France : championne du monde du pessimisme ! 08:55 Bénéfices et limites de l'optimisme 10:47 Anecdotes de lecteurs de l'optimisme.com 15:35 Comment l'optimisme aide à changer de vie ? 16:52 Installer un babyfoot rend-il les salariés heureux quand ton boss est un connard ? 18:33 Bonheur au travail et happy washing 21:15 Communication ou réelle volonté de changer ? 22:56 Je papote avec des grands patrons sur Instagram 23:54 « Lance le pessimisme.com ! » 28:17 Avoir une énergie de merde… ou rayonner ? 29:52 Optimisme vs Effondrement 40:28 Optimisme vs confinement 43:53 Être joyeux, c'est résister 44:54 Tout le monde est incroyable 45:59 Sa dernière crise de sens DANS CET ÉPISODE ► Le site sur l'optimisme de Catherine Testa : http://loptimisme.com SI TU AS SOIF DE SENS ► Toutes les plateformes où écouter Soif de Sens (Spotify, Apple Podcasts...) : bit.ly/soifdesens- ► Tu veux 50€ et t'es écolo ? : https://bit.ly/50euros_ ► Mes 3 livres "Changer le monde en 2 heures" : http://en2heures.fr
Special Release: Lucy the Trans-Rooster and other Fowl Anecdotes The following is an episode from Ramble on the Road, the companion podcast to Ramble by the River. This is just a sneak peek and there's a lot more where that came from. If you enjoy this episode today, and you'd like to become a member of the Patreon group to help support the show and get access to all of the bonus features, extra episodes and merch head on over to RamblebytheRiver dot com. Thank you and have a wonderful day. Go to: https://www.ramblebytheriver.com (RAMBLEBYTHERIVER.com) & Click Subscribe at the top of the page. Ramble by the River links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ramblebytheriver (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website: http://ramblebytheriver.com/ (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/ (https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/) Instagram: https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver (https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver) Twitter: https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod (https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod) Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Copyright 2022 Ramble by the River LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
This week, Caleb gushes about his TSR cube, a card gets banned in patch notes, and Dan just wants to win with Carth the Lion for once.Follow the show on Twitter: https://twitter.com/stmtgpodcast Join our Discord Server at https://discord.gg/krVVhFxrRk Our theme music is “Ale and Anecdotes” by Darren Curtis. Check out more of his royalty-free music at https://www.darrencurtismusic.com/
À l'occasion de l'ouverture de la Formation Énergétique (devenir praticien énergéticien) pour sa 2e édition, je vous propose un épisode léger pour accompagner votre été au cœur de mes expériences en soin énergétique ! Je vous propose 3 anecdotes d'énergéticien : entre les mémoires résiduelles, les protections énergétique et les rêves lucides, découvrez la palette des possibles pendant les séances de soin ! INFOS ET INSCRIPTION FORMATION ÉNERGÉTIQUE : https://spiritualite-et-yoga.com/formation-praticien-energeticien/ Tous les liens utiles par ici : https://linktr.ee/amba.manipura
For the many people out there who have had a terrible reaction to the covid vaccination, the worst thing you could tell them is that their experience is just anecdotal. Yet, that is consistently and persistently what they are told by peers, family, doctors, co-workers and especially random people online. Anecdotes are the best we can do at the individual level. Without them, there wouldn't exist any confluence of data points to even spark a scientific inquiry into the emergent results being witnessed at each individual level. So this one's for the anecdotes. You won't be silenced, and your stories matter. ----- Please head over to the substack to find all the relevant links to the information in this podcast to help continue your personal exploration and to share with those who need to hear it: https://thesocialdisorder.substack.com/
Co-hosts Kareem Tabsch and Joey Daoud revisit some of the most bombastic stories from previous episodes, sharing their own memories of the crimes and some of the tidbits that ended up on the cutting room floor.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Derrière son image publique faite d'actions, de discours solennels et de cérémonies officielles, la militante écologique Camille Étienne reste une enfant des montagnes dont le cœur et l'esprit regardent vers l'extérieur, là où le vent souffle sans cesse et où le froid irrite les joues. En 2020, elle décide d'embarquer sur un voilier pour rejoindre l'Islande et documenter la fonte de ses glaciers. Elle découvre alors la dure vie à bord, les quarts de nuit glacials, les remontrances du capitaine et la ténacité du mal de mer. Si après l'orage, l'équipage trouve de nouveaux repères, à son arrivée à Reykjavík, les glaciologues n'ont pas de bonnes nouvelles à annoncer…
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Welcome to the third episode in this Friday series and this week I give my reaction to Frank's amazing trips in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Hitchhiking already comes with a reputation of being risky but Frank puts to bed all the myths and we even hear about this more in next week's episode. I talk about wanting to get out of my comfort zone more, the things I want to achieve when I travel next and the lessons I learnt from Frank implemented on my future travels. I chuck in there some information and advice about how to get setup on working holiday visas in Australia and New Zealand. You will my story about being the 'Cereal Monster' as well. Lastly, I do add some information about where I want to take the podcast in the future, exciting times ahead! Enjoy and see you Monday! Winging It Travel PodcastMy Patreon Page - https://www.patreon.com/wingingittravelpodcast SIGN UP TODAYWhat is on offer?1. One bonus episode every month2. Ad-free content3. Early access to episodes (24 hours)4. Exclusive added feature on every episode5. Patron shout-out6. Ad hoc bonus episodes7. Receive my Digital Travel Planner8. Receive my monthly magazine for the podcastPrice£4/$7.50 (CAD)/$6 USD per monthMERCHANDISE STORE - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/winging-it-travel-podcast?ref_id=25823Want some insurance whilst travelling and/or working remotely? Book below using SafetyWing.https://safetywing.com?referenceID=wingingittravelpodcast&utm_source=wingingittravelpodcast&utm_medium=AmbassadorBook Flights With Expediahttps://prf.hn/click/camref:1100lqfY7/creativeref:1100l68075/destination:https://www.expedia.com/Flights?siteid=1&langid=1033Contact me - firstname.lastname@example.org or message on my social media on the links below.Follow me on:YouTube - Winging It Travel Podcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC173L0udkGL15RSkO3vIx5AInstagram - wingingittravelpodcast - https://www.instagram.com/wingingittravelpodcast/ jameshammondtravel - https://www.instagram.com/jameshammondtravel/TikTok - wingingittravelpodcast - https://www.tiktok.com/@wingingittravelpodcastFacebook - Winging It Travel Podcast - https://www.facebook.com/jameshammondtravelTwitter - https://twitter.com/PodcastWingingReview - please head to Podchaser and leave a review for this podcast - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/winging-it-travel-podcast-1592244 or alternately you can leave a review and rating wherever you get your podcasts! Support the podcast - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wingingitEtsy StoreBuy my Digital Travel Planner - https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/1220056512/digital-travel-planner?click_key=c580edd56767d7b03612dfae3b122f32e15fe1ec%3A1220056512&click_sum=80ff0159&ref=shop_home_recs_2Stickers - https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/1216492546/winging-it-travel-podcast-stickers?click_key=ed1139c660585f268a8192aa8c136a5915118968%3A1216492546&click_sum=b8a8a048&ref=shop_home_recs_1&frs=1 Thanks for your support, James!
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Jean Le Cam est un marin d'exception. Son palmarès, son expérience et ses exploits en solitaire lui valent d'ailleurs le surnom de “Roi Jean”. Mais le navigateur ne le sait que trop bien, la mer est capricieuse et imprévisible. Sa carrière l'aura démontré de manière implacable à deux reprises. Lors du Vendée Globe de 2009, son navire chavire au large du Cap Horn faisant de lui un naufragé. 12 ans plus tard, pour la dernière édition de la compétition, c'est à son tour de recevoir les appels de détresse d'un compétiteur. Une bonne occasion de payer sa dette…
This week is going to be a bit different - instead of a deep dive on one specific person, I polled my Instagram for you guys to ask any pop-culture-related questions. For those who are a fan of my tangents and anecdotes, this episode will definitely be for you! I go over a medley of questions involving Real Housewives (GOODBYE KYLE), why I have a particular distaste for Shawn Mendes, what I believe to be Hollywood's most toxic couple to date, the week my little sister spent with Taylor Swift, and the one time I walked into a restaurant in Newport and they were filming Real Housewives of Orange County.Let me know if you guys want to hear more of these! As always, please remember to rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. Give me a follow on X Knows All to see the pictures related to this episode, including the photo of my sister and Taylor Swift back in her Speak Now era!YouTube video of my sister spending a week with Taylor Swift, produced by Sony2:20 Celebrity I would want to be friends with10:14 Celebrity I think should've been canceled14:22 Lisa Vanderpump vs. Kyle Richards and other Real Housewives conjecture and tangents32:43 Why I hate Shawn Mendes34:29 Most toxic relationship of our generation45:36 Thoughts on Olivia Wilde47:21 Favorite housewives from RHOC, RHOBH, RHONY and my encounter of watching them film RHOC at The Quiet Woman in Corona Del Mar51:54 My sister spending a week with Taylor Swift
Let's get after it! After rave reviews on the first one, a second helping of Alex's Irish Anecdotes seemed appropriate. Strap-in as we discuss: -Inventor/Innovator/Philanthropist John Brisben Walker...an 1860s Notre Dame man (which that took a bit of unraveling), a jack-of-all-trades, including editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine?! Learn more about this fascinating man. -How about the time that the ever-controversial 'Snake Dance' took over campus, much to chagrin of university administration? -2022 marks 100 years of Notre Dame football on the radio. Learn more about the humble beginnings the school and the medium. -An ode to Johnny 'One-Play' O'Brien, an Irish hero of far more consequence than anyone could possibly believe. Enjoy, Irish fans! Wanna tip the show and become a Consensus All-American? Visit Paypal.me/onwardtovictory or patreon.com/onwardtovictorypodcast to support!
Baroudeuse accomplie, Mélusine Mallender est l'une des rares femmes à réaliser des expéditions d'envergure à moto. Elle roule à la rencontre des autres, des femmes surtout pour leur poser une précieuse question : c'est quoi, pour vous, la liberté ? Cette démarche la porte sur les pistes brulantes d'Iran. Car derrière les clichés tenaces de ce pays, il se pourrait que la réalité soit tout autre.
Presenting the first volume of Alex's Irish Anecdotes! Featuring five short stories, you'll want to check out these can't-miss topics, including: *The (very) early football history on Notre Dame's campus, including the grand prize for the winning team. *Egregious errors in the media guide as far as head coaching records? Gah! *Whoah, Notre Dame once missed 20 extra points in a single game? What's the scoop?! *Who's the best Irish quarterback you (probably) haven't heard of? Check it out! *The Great Milk Riot of 1952! Epic! Enjoy, Irish fans!