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    pine | copper | lime
    Episodio 50: Taller La Veta

    pine | copper | lime

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 56:01


    En el programa de hoy Reinaldo (@RGZprints) estará conversando con Renata Sagredo Osorio (@tallerlaveta) artista grabadora, educadora y fundadora del Taller la Veta en Chile. Renata nos contará sobre su fascinación por la gráfica desde una temprana edad con el uso de sellos, el dibujo y la exploración de enciclopedias y libros. Renata es una artista que explora la incorporación de los procesos extrasensoriales que surgen dentro del grabado llevando la reproducción desde lo físico a un lenguaje poético y descriptivo en la incorporación de los sentidos. Dentro del taller La veta, Renata se ha encargado de comunicar y facilitar el acceso a la gráfica empoderando a las mujeres y jóvenes de su comunidad. Renata es tambien co-host del podcast dedicado a la gráfica femenina latinoamericana llamado "Grabadoras Grabando" TALLER LA VETA Website https://www.tallerlaveta.com/ YOUTUBE www.youtube.com/channel/UCOMIT3guY5PjHj1M7GApouw MERCH www.teepublic.com/user/helloprintfriend WEBSITE www.helloprintfriend.com instagram www.instagram.com/helloprintfriend print gallery helloprintfriend.com/print-gallery ✨patreon✨ www.patreon.com/helloprintfriend Our sponsor Speedball www.speedballart.com

    Earth Ancients
    Rafael Eissmann: Forgotten Civilizations of South America

    Earth Ancients

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 105:42


    Rafael Videla Eissmann (Chile, 1979) is a historian graduated from UniversidadCatólica de Chile. He has developed numerous anthropological and ethno-historical investigations on pre-Hispanic America, focusing his studies onmythology and symbols.Rafael is a member of the Berchtesgaden-based Privatinstitut fürWelteislehre (“Private Institute of Glacial Cosmogony”), of РОИПА (“RussianSociety for the Study of Atlantis”) and of the Italian cultural association AkakorGeographical Exploring.Among his main books are Crónica de la Montaña de Melimoyu (“Chronicle ofthe Mountain of Melimoyu”, 2003), Roberto Rengifo y el Secreto de la AméricaAborigen (“Roberto Rengifo and the Secret of Aboriginal America”, 2007), LaCosmogonía Glacial de Hörbiger y la Doctrina del Hielo Universal (“Hörbiger'sGlacial Cosmogony and the Universal Ice Doctrine”, 2007), El Diluvio y losgigantes. Mitos de Chile a la luz de la Cosmogonía Glacial (“The Deluge andthe Giants. Myths of Chile in the Light of Glacial Cosmogony”, 2010), Símbolosrúnicos en América. Con un prólogo de Vicente Pistilli (“Runic Symbols inAmerica”. With a Foreword by Vicente Pistilli. 2011), El Gran Diluvio. Mitosamericanos sobre la última catástrofe planetaria. Con un prólogo de MarcoNünemann (“The Great Flood. American Myths About the Last PlanetaryCatastrophe”. With a Foreword by Marco Nünemann. 2011), Mitos del PoloAntártico. Cosmogonía y antropogonía de la civilización prediluvial (“Myths ofthe Antarctic Pole. Cosmogony and Anthropogony of the PrediluvialCivilization”, 2012), La Ciudad de los Césares y el misterio de los indiosblancos (“The City of the Caesars and the Mystery of the White Indians”, 2012),Los Dioses Extraterrestres y el regreso de B'olon Yokte' K'uh. Con un prólogode Erich von Däniken (“The Extraterrestrial Gods and the Return of B'olonYokte' K'uh”. With a Foreword by Erich von Däniken. 2013), Los lituches. Latradición de los hombres-dioses del sur del mundo. Con un prólogo de Erichvon Däniken (“The Lituches. The Tradition of the God-Men of the South of theWorld”. With a Foreword by Erich von Däniken. 2014), El Símbolo Sagrado delSol (“The Sacred Symbol of the Sun”, 2014), Antártida, Arquinesia y laAtlántida. Aproximaciones al poblamiento americano (“Antarctica, Arquinesiaand Atlantis. Approaches to American Peopling”, 2017), Irminsul. Simbolismoen torno al origen de la raza polar (“Irminsul. Symbolism Around the Origin ofthe Polar Race”, 2017) and La tradición sagrada de los ugha mongulala.Tatunca Nara y el misterio amazónico (“The Sacred Tradition of the UghaMongulala. Tatunca Nara and the Amazon Mystery”, 2018) –among others–.Rafael is also a contributor to the magazines Sagenhafte Zeiten from Germany,PaleoSETI from Canada and Ancient America from the United States.Contact: ravidela@uc.clhttp://obrasrafaelvidelaeissmann.blogspot.com/

    Dashing Onions Audio
    Perfect Retreat Episode 4 Sunk

    Dashing Onions Audio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 18:48


    “PERFECT RETREAT, Episode 4 – Sunk” is written and produced by Fiona ThraillePlease click here for the transcript (please note, the transcript is the script, which is usually almost exactly identical to the performances. In this episode, some scenes may feature a few extra ad libs!) and further credits. Trigger Warning: Threats & a little violence; character has a panic attack; potentially supernatural soundsCAST In order of appearanceMaja - Karin HeimdahlSam - Erika Sanderson Lavender Bee - Fiona ThrailleZinnia - Sarah GoldingAlex - Lec ZornAndy - Robert Cudmore John - Matthew MacLeanClaire - Wendy LapThe Operator - David AultMUSIC  The song "Vem kan segla förutan vind" is sung by Karin HeimdahlMusic in the pub is Aussie With An American Attitude, and Music in the performance hall is Them People both tracks are by Mugzy (used with the artist's permission – thank you so much Mugzy).  Music for “It's Alright to Write and Be with Lavender Bee” is  Clean Soul by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3514-clean-soulLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseSFXUnder CC0 licence From Freesound.org  https://freesound.org/  felix-blume__bee-recorded-individually-elena canardo55_herring gullsoundsofscienceupf__putting-headphones-on walking slow on dirt.wav by ABouch Walk on Gravel 1.wav by _stubb kyles__waves-ocean-or-lake-light-lap-at-rocks-beach-ganpati-shrine-marina-boats-tied-up-some-distant-traffic-india  Dog barking in the street (Chile) by felix.blume mrrap4food__sitting-on-harbor  stefan21100190__opening-liquor-bottleakeroyc__beer-bottles Flip Phone Handling.wav by SpliceSound Sip of coffee, swallow then "ah" by odditonic  Spinning reel.wav by tosha73 sbírání a položení půllitru ze stolu - collecting and laying a pint on the table.wav by 13FPanska_Prochazkova_Lucie Glass_On_Bar.aif by bhweber Pouring a Beer from the TapS:  by zembacraftworks Door open and close 2 by dossantosbarbosa  Brela_HarborSub3.wavS:  by blaukreuz 8-bit heaven by bullybilldestroyer  markadirector__monastery-footsteps Light Applause by ojosdedurazno Door_Close.wav by Tabook johnsonbrandediting__small-crowd-pre-concert-talking-party-bar-walla-talking80 Drums Austin Roots Brush by tripjazz Treated Brushes.wav by doorknocker Improvisation on Major Scale - Trumpet (1) by emirdemirel Splash 4 by lurpsis light footsteps on carpet walk.wav by rsellick run carpet.wav by taurewoman run and breath.wav by MelvinJaepel pigeons_fly away_ wing flaps_CsG by csaszi Metal Shed Door Open 1 by Yoyodaman234  Under licence agreement from GameDev Market Game Jingles and 8-Bit Sound FXUnder licence agreement from Free To Use Sounds   Birds, Seagullls, Bird Cliff, Nesting, Cawing, Common Murre, Snaefellsness, Ocean Waves, Wind, Iceland, 19232, 01Support the show

    CruxCasts
    Yamana Gold (YRI) - Goldfields Acquisition Explained

    CruxCasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 35:39


    Yamana Gold Inc. is a Canada-based precious metals producer. The Company has gold and silver production, development stage properties, exploration properties, and land positions throughout the Americas, including Canada, Brazil, Chile and Argentina. The Company's principal producing mining properties are comprised of the Canadian Malartic mine in Canada, the Jacobina mine in Brazil, the El Penon and Minera Florida mines in Chile and the Cerro Moro mine in Argentina. The Company's projects include the MARA project in Argentina and the Wasamac project in Canada. The Canadian Malartic mine, in which the Company holds a 50% interest, is located in the Abitibi region of Quebec near the town of Val-d'Or. Minera Florida is an underground gold mine located in central Chile, approximately 75 kilometers southwest of Santiago. The Cerro Moro is a gold-silver operation located in the Santa Cruz province of Argentina approximately 70 km south of the port city of Puerto Deseado.

    Mostly Peaceful Latinas
    Texas GOP declares Biden is an illegitimate president and calls for secession

    Mostly Peaceful Latinas

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 49:07


    In this week's episode, we discuss the resolution by the Texas GOP that declares Biden is an illegitimate president and wants to give voters the chance to vote for secession. The 40-page resolution also states that homosexuality is an abnormal lifestyle and the LGBTQ should not have special rights. Republicans are going full offense and finally understanding that there is no compromising with the left. Sad news from Latin America, Colombia voted in Gustavo Petro as president. This is the first time Colombia elects a socialist into power and it's not a shock to many of us considering the right-wing establishment has failed Colombians for 20+ years. Culture update: JLo introduces her daughter as they/them, adding to the list of celebrities that are normalizing gender pronouns and confusion on children.00:24 Texas GOP goes full offense and declares Biden is not a legitimate president8:12 Texas GOPO bans Log Cabin Republicans gay club from their convention 15:25 Colombia elects Gustavo Petro as president20:30 Chile's leftist president ratings are tanking 24:11 Potential civil war 26:09 How the destabilization of Latin America will affect the USA Southern Border32:25 Obama and Joe Biden are to blame for the normalization of left wing politics in Colombia33:25 Jlo daughter goes by they/them 36:12 Elon Musk daughter changes her legal name and disavows her Father 39:05 Pro-abortion activist group "Jane's Revenge" calls for night of terror in Washington, DC, if Roe v. Wade is overturned 45:25 Francis Suarez BLM Actions during 2020FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mostlypeacefulatinas/FOLLOW US ON TIK TOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@mostlypeacefulatinasFOLLOW LINDA ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wakeupwithlinda/FOLLOW BELLA ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/redpillbabe_/WATCH ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aP-xcMAYLm0

    Podcast de Juan Ramón Rallo
    España frente a Chile: ¿hay esperanza para la libertad?

    Podcast de Juan Ramón Rallo

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 67:30


    Entrevista en la tertulia "Bad Boys" del candidato a la presidencia de Chile, Franco Parisi. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/juanrallo.

    The Future of Everything presented by Stanford Engineering
    An innovative polling model can move us past political polarization

    The Future of Everything presented by Stanford Engineering

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 27:51


    In our deeply polarized society, the prospect of holding thoughtful discussions on policy issues seems impossible. But it doesn't have to be. In this episode of Stanford Engineering's The Future of Everything, James Fishkin, a professor of communication at Stanford, describes the deliberative polling model, a system of structured and moderated small group discussions that can help bring people together and bridge differences in perspective on even some of the most politically fraught issues. Together with host, bioengineer Russ Altman, Fishkin discusses how deliberative democracy has been successfully used in more than 30 countries, including Chile, Denmark, and Japan, and how it can be scaled up through technology. Listen and subscribe here.

    Mining Stock Daily
    Chris Temple: When the Fed Reverses Course, It will be too Late

    Mining Stock Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 53:24


    In this week's long-form we reconnect with Chris Temple, publisher of the National Investor. We have a wide range of topics to get through in this discussion, including soft landings in the stock market, holes in the economy beginning to percolate, a void of an energy policy, and the summer doldrums of junior mining. We'd like to thank our sponsors: Integra Resources is advancing the past-producing DeLamar Project in southwestern Idaho. The Company has continued to demonstrate resource growth and conversion through greenfield and brownfield exploration. Integra Resources trades on the TSX-V under ITR and the NYSE American under ITRG. Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website,www.westerncopperandgold.com. Rio-2 is advancing the Fenix Gold Project in Chile, the largest undeveloped gold heap leach project in the Americas. Fenix consists of 5 million ounces in the measured and indicated resource category and 1.4 million ounces in the inferred resource category. With a robust PFS in place, Fenix is set up for fast-tracked construction and production. You can find a list of project and company information on their website, rio2.com. ASCU is a Copper Mining Company with a 100% ownership of The Cactus Mine, located on private land in the Arizona Copper Belt. The Company is committed to supplying LME Grade A Copper Cathodes usable in the Renewable Energy Future, mined in a responsible and sustainable manner. Our goal, beyond our ESG Strategy, is to ensure “Net Zero Carbon Emission” from future operations, minimizing the effect of climate change on the earth and preserving our planet for our children and future generations. https://arizonasonoran.com/

    Caja Negra
    Sebastián Teysera de La Vela Puerca: "Mi sueño es seguir en una banda con amigos" | Caja Negra

    Caja Negra

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 54:43


    El equipo de Filo.News viajó para entrevistar a #SebastianTeysera, el cantante de #LaVelaPuerca en la PRIMERA #CajaNegra PRESENCIAL en URUGUAY. Y como no podía ser de otra manera, salió un mano a mano INCREÍBLE a días de la #GiraDiscopática. En ella, la banda presentará su álbum "#Discopático" en diferentes ciudades de Argentina y Chile. "Hago canciones y no me privo de dejarlas de hacer. Yo hago, hago y hago. La mayoría son una mierda, pero no las dejo de hacer. Hay que tenerlo claro que no todo lo que uno hace tiene que ser perfecto", le contó "El Enano" a Julio Leiva. ¿Cuál es el MAYOR sueño de La Vela Puerca? ¿Es verdad que casi van presos por culpa de Gustavo Santaolalla? ¿Por qué le "da miedo" escribir a El Enano?

    La Ciencia Pop
    S03E16 | La más importante

    La Ciencia Pop

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 33:04


    La historia de esta semana es sobre el desayuno y como las influencias religiosas, culturales y sociales han ido modificando el menú de la que muchos consideran la comida más importante del día, de paso revisaremos la evidencia científica con respecto a esa idea y sobre como las relaciones públicas y las estrategias de propaganda usadas en la guerra son las responsables del típico desayuno estadounidense *** La economía colaborativa está cambiando el mundo. Pronto descubrirás en Chile, una nueva forma de Coomprar con tu comunidad y reducir el precio y la huella de carbono de tus productos preferidos ***_Música:Cambo - Coffee (Licencia Creative Commons, no comercial)Support the show

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
    Raising Capital From Foreign Investors

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 19:33


    Is it possible to invest overseas?   Bernard Pierson proves that you certainly can.   Bernard, Managing Partner at Equiti Partners has over 10 years of real estate experience. He has specialized in ground-up development and investing opportunities. Most recently, he led the development of over 100,000 square feet of single-family homes and condominiums, including land and infrastructure works. In this episode, he talks about his experience being a developer in Latin America and eventually focusing on multifamily and working with foreign clients.     [00:01 - 06:52] From Food Broker to Real Estate Investor Bernard explains his background in food brokering Developing in Latin America The political and economic risks they experienced Transitioning to active multifamily Investing Investing passively first and building relationships   [06:53 - 17:45] International Investing The advantage of knowing the native language and the culture Getting a CPA and attorney with expertise in international tax law How to start investing with Bernard and his team   [17:52 - 19:32] Closing Segment Reach out to Bernard!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “It's not going to be like your US or domestic investors where they can sign a PPM online and they can wire the money into the next day. It takes time and I encourage them to talk to a CPA.” - Bernard Pierson “If you're a syndicator or you're trying to raise money from, foreigners, it just makes your life a lot easier if they invest as a US person through a US entity.” - Bernard Pierson -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Bernard at bpierson@equitipartners.com and follow him on LinkedIn and Facebook. Know more about the work they do at EquitiPartners.com.  Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Bernard Pierson:  I mean, there's great benefits of investment with a huge operator, right? There's nothing wrong with that. There's plenty of good big shops that you can invest with and get good returns. But if you want to do this actively you're going to need relationships. This is a very relationship driven business and networking is, great. And one way that worked for me at least to network and build relationships was to invest passively with other operators first.  [00:00:33] Sam Wilson: Bernard Pierson has been in real estate for 10 years. He started off in development and has since transitioned to full-time multifamily investing and syndication. Bernard, welcome to the show.  [00:00:43] Bernard Pierson: Thanks, Sam. Happy to be here.  [00:00:44] Sam Wilson: Hey, the pleasure's mine. There's three questions I ask every guys who comes to the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:52] Bernard Pierson: I started in, I used to do food brokering. That was basically, I mean, I had a job out of college for, W2 for one year, but right into, you know, pretty soon I, I quit. I was an accounting job. I was bored out of my mind, so I quit. So I like to say I started off with food brokering, which is kind of like my entrepreneurial path that I took. We did pretty well. [00:01:11] Bernard Pierson: Very transactional. And I figured that out pretty quickly. And that's how I found real estate and ended up partnering with some guys that, great guys, great partners that had experience. And that's how I got into development. And we did some developments in Latin America specifically Nicaragua and Costa Rica. [00:01:29] Bernard Pierson: And I've then transitioned over the last five years or so, just a full-time multifamily investing in the US. Because I found out that there was a lot of risk and a lot of things that I was not thinking about before that Latin America exposed us to basically. So yeah. I think that was around 90 seconds. [00:01:48] Sam Wilson: No, I think that was perfect. Well done. Thank you. Yeah. Food brokering. Can you, that doesn't mean anything to me. I'm just really curious. Can you give me a ten second highlight? What does that mean?  [00:01:59] Bernard Pierson: Yeah. So we would source the suppliers and, find buyers for beef. We get coffee, we did sugar. I'm from, I'm a half in Nicaraguan, part Nicaraguan part American. And I, I grew up in Nicaragua a lot of my life. I lived there from like six years old to 18. So I, just know a lot of people, it's a small country. It's a very agricultural country and a lot of food production. So that's how I got into that.  [00:02:23] Sam Wilson: Got it very, very cool.  [00:02:25] Bernard Pierson: Very transactional though 'cause it was, it was based on finding the seller and the buyer. And as technology, you know, and globalization has grown, the value of being that intermediary is, is not as, as valuable, I guess, anymore. So we used to have a transaction here and there where, and we used to make a lot of money on the transaction or good money. But it was very transactional. We weren't really building a, a sustainable long term business that would work without us being there.  [00:02:49] Sam Wilson: Let's jump into the next section of your story there. Developing in Latin America, it sounded like there were some risks or some lessons you learned the hard way. [00:03:00] Bernard Pierson: Oh yeah. There's two reason. I ended up going back to Latin in America. So when I was 18, I came to the US. I lived here for a long time. But when I got back into real estate, there was two things I was looking for. One was partnering with someone who had experience. [00:03:12] Bernard Pierson: So development, in my case, checked that box. My partners or my potential partners at the time had experience developing for many years in, in Latin America. And the other thing was going, in my case, I was going back to Nicaragua, originally, at least at the beginning. And this was home, right? [00:03:29] Bernard Pierson: It was a place I knew a lot of people. I knew my, the area very well. So I checked those two boxes. I was local to Nicaragua and, and I had partners with experience. The part I missed was Latin America can bring money risks that we, we just aren't aware of here in the US and those are specifically going to be politically and, or just political risk. And just the economy in itself is not as robust as it is here. Investments are going to be a lot less liquid. There's just a lot more risk in general. And I did a lot of research into that at that time, right? And I really found out that risk adjusted return, at least for me, or from my point of view or the analysis I did was a lot better in the US than in Latin America. [00:04:15] Sam Wilson: Right. So if I'm hearing you, right, you're saying that there was, you were taking on a lot of additional risk without the additional return that would be involved in assuming that additional risk. Was this something, when you were doing these development projects, is that where you cut your teeth in raising capital and bringing in outside investors? [00:04:33] Bernard Pierson: Most of our developments, what we would do was the seller of the land would get some sort of, we, we would creatively finance the deals where the seller of the land would some, that's either equity or, or maybe. I don't know if we were building a condo building on the seller's land. [00:04:49] Bernard Pierson: Well, then they would've got a condo or two, depending on the value, right, of the land in payment for, for their land. So we didn't really work with investors much. It, they didn't require tons of capital. A lot of the capital we put up, which was just a at risk capital of the preconstruction phase, which is the designs, the architectural work and all that stuff. [00:05:07] Bernard Pierson: The seller of the land put up most of the equity. An d then the bank put up the rest, which was just a construction, right., Or the, the bank would basically finance our hard cost. We would finance the soft cost and the seller would just finance the equity or the land.  [00:05:23] Sam Wilson: Got it. Got it. So you did a few of these projects. You said, man, there's way too much risk in that I see g reener pastures in investing in the United States multifamily markets. What did you do to transition into that space?  [00:05:36] Bernard Pierson: Right, so, the reason I found out was while I was developing in Latin America, I was also investing passively in real estate. I was, I was an LP. And I was seeing, man, I'm getting great returns on these LP deals. And not putting much work into it, right, or if, if any, at all. No work into it, except the due diligence, right, at the beginning and signing the paperwork and all that stuff. [00:05:56] Bernard Pierson: I was traveling. When I was developing, I was still living in the US. I wasn't fully living in Nicaragua or Costa Rica. I would travel every week, Monday through Friday. It's a two hour flight from Miami, so I was based out of Miami and I would just travel every week. Sometimes I would say the week, and my wife would come over. [00:06:13] Bernard Pierson: And, but I was basically, we were half and half between the two countries, right? So as I was seeing my LP investments, maybe not out, outperforming, but at least matching, and in some cases outperforming my active work in development. So, so my LP, my passive stuff was doing better, you know, when I was doing nothing. I was like, no, did you know, this is something I have to transition to at the time also Nicaragua, back in 2018, we had a pretty bad social economic, political crisis that the economy came to a standstill. [00:06:41] Bernard Pierson: It still hasn't recovered. And it was just a perfect time to transition full time into active multifamily. Let's call it.  [00:06:51] Sam Wilson: Got it. How, how did you build your team members? What, what did that process look like to go, 'cause it's one thing to be a passive investor. And it's another thing altogether to say, all right, now I'm going to go actively start taking down deals. What are some steps you took that you feel like other people should take? [00:07:05] Bernard Pierson: If you have the opportunity to invest with another operator, someone, got to know an operator, invest with them. If you can invest with one, that's not a huge operator, I mean, there's great benefits of investment with a huge operator, right? [00:07:20] Bernard Pierson:  There's nothing wrong with that. There's plenty of good big shops that you can invest with and get good returns. But if you want to do this actively you're going to need relationships. This is a very relationship driven business and networking is, great. And one way that worked for me at least to network and build relationships was to invest passively with other operators first. [00:07:39] Bernard Pierson: And I got to meet them. And my first active investment was actually with one of the sponsors or operators I used to invest with passively so that my LP relationship with this operator ended up being a GP or co-GP relationship.  [00:07:53] Sam Wilson: That's cool. I love that. You already know the deal sponsor. When this goes live, it's not like you're going, oh, okay, well, let me get to know you and see if we can work together. I said, no, I already understand how you work. I've seen all your deals up front. I've participated with you. Now, is there a way to join the team and help take these down together? [00:08:10] Bernard Pierson: And the sponsor also wants to know you, too, if they're going to team up with you, right? And even if you're just going to be an investor, they'll want to get to know you because there can be some LP investors, which are not desirable to some sponsors for different reasons, you know, that I'm not going to get into right now. [00:08:26] Bernard Pierson: But a relationship forms. You know, if you've been investing with sponsor for 1, 2, 3 years, they'll get to know you you'll get to know them. And especially if you, not that you're going to call the sponsor every day, right, but maybe you speak once a quarter or just once every six months, whatever, you know, like these guys used to have quarterly call, you know, for the investors and I used to log into the calls and I would see them there. [00:08:45] Bernard Pierson: And. Yeah, I, I 've seen four or five deals before I went into an active deal with them. So yeah.  [00:08:51] Sam Wilson: Right. That's a great way, great way to get to know somebody up front. We talked about this off air and I, I want to make sure that we spend probably the rest of this show talking about what it's like raising capital from foreign investors, you know, 'cause you, you told me that the majority of your investors come from Latin America. [00:09:10] Sam Wilson: What has been the process for you? I mean, how, how does this work mechanics of it? What's the investor education like? Can you just tell us what, because that's a very unique, you know, the aspect of this business that, that you bring that many of our guests in the show just don't have any experience in that. So I'd love to hear how you do that. [00:09:29] Bernard Pierson: Right, yeah. So it's very different for several reasons. and one thing that's important is that an investor from the UK is not the same, or from Canada, or from Nicaragua, Venezuela, they're all different. They're all going to be different. Tax purposes, legal reasons, culturally, language they're, they're going to be completely different. [00:09:47] Bernard Pierson: I'll start off with how I met them and, and why they invested with me. For me, it's simply because I'm in Miami and there are other multifamily operators that speak Spanish and, and are from that in America. But not many, there's a lot less. [00:09:59] Bernard Pierson: And I'm one of the few that speaks the language. The multifamily language in Spanish if it even exists, right, 'cause just a concept of multifamily that doesn't even exist in Latin America. This rental, like, a rental building or a rental community, we don't really have that much. [00:10:14] Bernard Pierson: We may have a little bit of that in countries like Chile, maybe Mexico. Columbia is starting to see some of that, but it It's rare, right? You won't see it in Nicaragua or the rest of Latin America. And if you see it, there's very little of it. So first it's, that education part, right, and trying to educate someone in a language that's not their, their native language is not easy. So I have that advantage that I, can educate them in Spanish, or I can tell them about the industry in Spanish. And what I've done specifically to get to know these investors is I've been invited to speak to, to groups of investors and, and conferences or meetups, or gatherings where, and here in Miami, right, 'cause Miami is like we call it sometimes a capital of Latin America. It's the perfect place to be if you want to be exposed to Latin American investors, and I just got invited to these conferences, I speak in Spanish, talked about the industry, talked about what I think, talked about from the basics up to more advanced stuff, depending on who the audience is, right? But I do it in Spanish. And after every event, at least four or five, you know, individuals from the audience come up to me and the conversion rate of investment is 50 to 60% of the people that I, that come up to me after the, I don't even have to reach out to them. [00:11:25] Bernard Pierson: It's, it becomes a very, a very good connection. I, I guess. And so from there, the interesting part is that if most of the members of the audience at these events, or even if it's not an audience, even if they're just in Miami and they're interested for some reason or another, they're interested in investing in the US, they're usually here for a reason. And that reason is very similar to my reason, which is I found out that Latin America has a lot of risk. We have a lot of political issues. We have a lot of social unrest. There's unlimited number of things that can go, you know, I can go on all day here, so we identify very easily, right? I've been where they're at right now. And, and recently these are countries like Peru and, and Chile where they're having ,they got swings politically where they're nervous that they may, I'm not saying they will, they won't, but they're nervous that they may become like a Venezuela or something like that, right? So, so yeah, so they're nervous and we can help, right.? They're getting exposed to, to real estate in this country. I explained to them how I went through the same and how I measured, I have all these measurements I made and indices and all this research I did back in the day on, on why the risk adjusted return is better in the US, at least in real estate, specifically than it is in Latin America. [00:12:38] Bernard Pierson: And I show 'em all the data and explaining it to them. And I wrote a thesis on this, right. So I know my numbers pretty well. And which is another thing, right? When you speak to your investors, know your numbers, even if it's not the deal numbers, Just know your numbers of the demographics, the city, whatever you're trying to bet across.  [00:12:52] Sam Wilson: Are you bringing capital in from out of the country?  [00:12:56] Bernard Pierson: Yes, we are. If you're going to accept money from a foreign investor, there's a lot of things you have to consider. Most countries in Latin America do not have a tax treaty with the US. The only two that will have a tax treaty with the US are going to be Mexico and Venezuela. So Venezuela, you can't even do business with them for other reasons. So you can scratch that one off. So you're left with Mexico. I think there's, I don't know if it's Peru or there's another country that's negotiating a tax treaty, but not that I know of, at least there's no other country that has an active tax treaty other than Mexico. [00:13:30] Bernard Pierson: You would have to talk to your CPA about this, but usually if they don't have a tax treaty, you're going to have to withhold when you distribute back to them, right? So that withholding is, is just going to kill their returns or their cash flow. The only way, usually, again, that they'll get that money back, if they invest individually, is if they file a tax return in the US. [00:13:47] Bernard Pierson: And a lot of these investors don't want to just because they, they don't want to have to deal with, another tax return or there's different reasons why foreigners don't want file taxes in the US. And what we do is we have a team of, and this is what, if you're interested in working with foreign investors, find a CPA or an attorney or a tax attorney that knows this area very well, not necessarily real estate, but just taxes, just international tax law and has worked with foreign investors before. And they can help you and they can help the investors. And that's basically what we do. [00:14:21] Bernard Pierson: We refer our investors to a CPA. They sometimes have their own, but if not, we have the players that we can refer them to that can help them. And, and that's the only solution we can give them and it's going to take them time. So that's the other thing you have to know. [00:14:33] Bernard Pierson: It's going to take them time to structure themselves. It's not going to be like your US or like your domestic investors where they can sign a PPM online and they can wire the money into the next day. You know, not that it's all it happens most of the time. Right. But technically they can fund, you know, in a day or two. [00:14:49] Bernard Pierson: That's not going to be the case for Latin America. It's going to be a lot longer than that. They're going to have to get the appointment with the CPA, with the lawyers, talk with them. It takes time. It's going to take a couple weeks, two months, three months. So it's just going to take time and just encourage them to talk to that CPA. [00:15:04] Bernard Pierson: What we usually do is that we ask them to invest as a US person and they can do that if they either get an ITIN or some sort of us entity. Again, they have to talk with their CPA to do it right. And I'm not saying, just go get a n entity online or anything like that. It won't work if you do it, especially if you're a foreigner, 'cause there's a lot of different things that you have to do, right? But if you're a syndicator, or you're trying to raise money from, from, foreigners, it just makes your life a lot easier if they invest as a US person through a US entity.  [00:15:35] Sam Wilson: Right. Right. And just to reiterate your advice is to find a CPA and an attorney that really knows international tax law and is quite familiar with this process, it sounds like that's the way you've gone about, one, relieving yourself of any risk or giving bad advice, but also ways to streamline it and make it easy. Just say, Hey, go talk to person you know, X and Y,  [00:15:56] Bernard Pierson: Right and also talk to that CPA or that attorney before, so, you know, you start forming that relationship and they already know more or less what you do. So that'll save a lot of time that it's not going to be your investor, them coming to you. So, how does this work? What's the mechanics? How often are you going to distribute? When are you going to sell? When are you going to do that? Right? So it, there's a lot of specific things. Like there's certain tax laws that allow you to, if you dissolve an entity, then there's a lot of tax advantages to the foreign investor, for example, right? So they're going to start asking you, when are you going to dissolve it? And, and you might as well have answered that before if it's the CPA you referred them to.  [00:16:33] Sam Wilson: Right. Right. So is there a dollar amount, like when an investor comes to you? I mean, we see in most syndications, 50 to a hundred thousand is a minimum investment, you know, and obviously they go up much higher depending on, you know, what it is you're getting into, but is there a dollar amount for a foreign investor where this just doesn't make sense? I mean, is, is there a minimum? [00:16:52] Bernard Pierson: A hundred percent, yeah. So in our head, if, for Latin American investors, that amount is going to be about 250,000. If it's less than that, it'll probably be more expensive to structure everything than to invest. I've heard other operators say that they can do 50 or 100k and, and they they're fine with that. [00:17:10] Bernard Pierson: I don't know how they do it, right, but for us, that number is closer to 250. Tha t doesn't mean it has to be 250 on every deal. Once they have, they start building the structure, they can become more efficient and reuse their legal structure or, or whatever, right there, there's certain economies of scale that they can start and join. [00:17:26] Sam Wilson: Right. But out of the gate, in your opinion, if it's less than, than 250 grand. It just doesn't make any sense because of the administrative burden of getting everything set up you've, you've diluted your returns to the point where it's kind of like, okay, well this was an exercise.  [00:17:41] Bernard Pierson: A hundred percent. Yeah. Just the entities that they have to form the, you know, the, the legal costs you're going to have. On all levels, it's just going to probably be, it's not going to take any returns.  [00:17:49] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Right? Yep. Cost prohibitive. That's really, really awesome. Thank you, Bernard for taking the time to break down this, this process and how, how you've gone about bringing foreign investors into the US. I think that's really cool. And again, certainly it's something we haven't talked about a lot on this show. So I appreciate you kind of giving us the insight on how that works for you down to the dollar amount that maybe it makes sense for. And then you know, just the, kind of, some of the risks that you also see in investing in other countries. I mean, you have, you personally have experience in doing development in other countries. So I think that's, that's also something really cool that we've learned here from you today. So thanks for taking the time to share with us. I certainly appreciate it. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? [00:18:30] Bernard Pierson: I'm on all those social media platforms, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn. Look me up, Bernard Pierson. Pierson is P I E R S O N. So just look me up, my company, and you can send me a message. I'm, I'm pretty responsive there. You can also email me, my email is bpierson, B P I E R S O N, @equitipartners.com. And we spell equity with an I at the end for international, not a Y. So @ E Q U I T I partners.com.  [00:18:59] Sam Wilson: Awesome. Bernard, thank you so much. I do appreciate it. We'll make sure we link all of that there in the show notes. Appreciate you coming on today. Have a great rest of your day.  [00:19:06] Bernard Pierson: Thanks a lot, Sam. Great being on here.

    The Scottish Rugby Podcast
    213: Chris Paterson's Playroom

    The Scottish Rugby Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 57:39


    On this week's podcast we chat about funding for pro women;s rugby in Scotland, preview Scotland Men's upcoming A game against Chile and discuss Mark Dodson's contract extension. Get ad free episodes plus bonus content on Patreon from £3 per monthSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/scottishrugbyblog. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Deep South podcast
    What a Global Recession Might Mean for Latin America

    Deep South podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 36:10


    Across Latin America, talk is turning to the possibility of a global recession. How vulnerable is the region, and which countries might do better than others? In this AQ Podcast, Ernesto Revilla, head of Latin America economics at Citigroup, gives us an overview of the region's economies, challenges like inflation and rising interest rates, and what the impact might be on politics, especially in countries with new governments like Colombia, Chile and Peru.

    Un Mensaje a la Conciencia
    Marimberos que no tocan marimba

    Un Mensaje a la Conciencia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 4:01


    (26 de junio: Día Internacional de la Lucha contra el Uso Indebido y el Tráfico Ilícito de Drogas) «—Eh, Don Francisco, óyeme, ven acá, chico... ¡bájate un momento! Les hice señas, saludándolos. Me contestaron con gestos amistosos para que me acercara, y así lo hice, enrumbando el bote hacia un pequeño atracadero.... »Los dos hombres eran, para mí, desconocidos. Al verlos más de cerca, uno de ellos me pareció un joyero ambulante. Del cuello y las muñecas le colgaban joyas de oro, cadenas, brazaletes, pulseras, una costumbre poco común para alguien que venía de Chile, pero que en Miami se observaba con frecuencia.... »—Don Francisco, qué bueno conocerte, chico. ¿Por qué no almuerzas con nosotros? —me dijo el “joyero”, en tono muy cubano. »—Encantado —respondí. »—Chico, te vas a comer un plato típico nuestro. »Nos acomodamos en una mesa ya dispuesta.... Me sirvieron un plato de carne frita, como una delgada hoja de papel, que llaman “bistec de palomilla”.... La carne fue servida con arroz y plátano frito, acompañada con una taza de frijoles negros.... »... Aprovechando el momento... les lancé la pregunta de siempre: »—Ustedes ¿a qué se dedican? »—Bueno... la verdad es que somos marimberos, tú sabes. »—¡Aaahh, son marimberos!... ¡Qué bueno! »Los hombres me miraron.... »—Sí, vamos a Cuba y regresamos al día siguiente. »Me pareció raro que viajaran a Cuba a tocar marimba y regresaran a Miami al otro día.... pero... que sería simpático mostrar en mi programa a estos músicos que vivían junto al río tocando marimba, un instrumento tan divulgado en Centroamérica y el Caribe.... Al despedirme, les dije, pues, que no dejaran de ir a Sábado Gigante.... »Alrededor de una semana después, durante una reunión con Joaquín Blaya y otros ejecutivos... conté... que a veces arrendaba una lancha para distraerme y que me había encontrado con dos marimberos, a quienes había invitado al programa.... »... Iba a contar más detalles... cuando veo que Joaquín me mira... sorprendido. »—Mario, ¿dónde te metiste? ¿Quién te dijo que los marimberos son los que tocan marimba? Los marimberos son otra cosa —dijo—; son traficantes de drogas.... Si [la policía te hubiera] visto con esa gente, te detienen y se acabó tu carrera.... »Los “marimberos” se habían confesado conmigo sin problema.... No supe cómo se llamaban, ni quiénes eran. Nunca más los vi. Tampoco sé si fueran alguna vez al canal.»1 ¡Cuántos de los que sintonizaron Sábado Gigante durante sus cincuenta y tres años de existencia no se identificarán plenamente con Don Francisco en este relato de su autobiografía titulada Don Francisco entre la espada y la TV!  Es que a casi todos los que hemos vivido unos cuantos años nos ha pasado algo así de chistoso en que hemos hecho las veces de ingenuos. Pero una cosa es dejarnos engañar por una mentira que sólo tiene consecuencias temporales, y otra, por una mentira que tiene consecuencias eternas. Por eso es tan importante que tomemos muy en serio la advertencia de San Juan acerca de los líderes religiosos que procuran engañarnos: si no reconocen que Jesucristo, el Hijo de Dios, es el enviado de Dios Padre que vino al mundo en cuerpo humano, entonces no son de Dios. «Así distinguimos entre los hijos de Dios y los hijos del diablo —concluye el amado apóstol—: el que no practica la justicia no es hijo de Dios; ni tampoco lo es el que no ama a su hermano.»2 Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 Mario Kreutzberger Blumenfeld, Don Francisco entre la espada y la TV (México, D.F.: Editorial Grijalbo, 2001), p. 109-11. 2 1Jn 2:22,26; 4:2

    Belly Dance Life
    Ep 200. Diana Gnatchenko: Life Before & After

    Belly Dance Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 164:43


    Diana Gnatchenko is a professional oriental dancer from Ukraine recognized around the world. She is the winner of multiple international competitions, guest teacher and judge at the most prestigious events worldwide. Her dance tours took place in countries such as Ukraine, United States, Italy, China, Spain, Argentina, Mexico, Korea, Chile, France, Malaysia, Sweden, Poland, Serbia, Brazil, Colombia and many other countries in the world.In this episode you will learn about:- How the war in Ukraine affected Diana's life and dance activities- Why choosing students who fit you as a teacher is as much important as for students to choose a teacher who fits them- Diana's process of creating choreographies- Her teaching approach and what she aims for in her work with students- What are the benefits of learning other dance styles for professional dance teachersShow Notes to this episode:Follow Diana Gnatchenko via FB, YouTube and Instagram. Follow Iana on Instagram, FB, and Youtube . Check out her online classes and intensives at the Iana Dance Club.Find information on how you can support Ukraine and Ukrainian belly dancers HERE.Podcast: www.ianadance.com/podcast

    Mining Stock Daily
    Morning Briefing: New Drill Results from Arizona Sonoran, Patriot Battery Metals and more

    Mining Stock Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 9:40


    We have new drill results to report from Arizona Sonoran Copper, Patriot Battery Metals, and Emerita Resources. Ascot provided a lengthy update on construction, financing and exploration work at Premier. Minera Alamos reports on some early exploration work at Cerro de Oro. We'd like to thank our sponsors: Integra Resources is advancing the past-producing DeLamar Project in southwestern Idaho. The Company has continued to demonstrate resource growth and conversion through greenfield and brownfield exploration. Integra Resources trades on the TSX-V under ITR and the NYSE American under ITRG. Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website,www.westerncopperandgold.com. Rio-2 is advancing the Fenix Gold Project in Chile, the largest undeveloped gold heap leach project in the Americas. Fenix consists of 5 million ounces in the measured and indicated resource category and 1.4 million ounces in the inferred resource category. With a robust PFS in place, Fenix is set up for fast-tracked construction and production. You can find a list of project and company information on their website, rio2.com. ASCU is a Copper Mining Company with a 100% ownership of The Cactus Mine, located on private land in the Arizona Copper Belt. The Company is committed to supplying LME Grade A Copper Cathodes usable in the Renewable Energy Future, mined in a responsible and sustainable manner. Our goal, beyond our ESG Strategy, is to ensure “Net Zero Carbon Emission” from future operations, minimizing the effect of climate change on the earth and preserving our planet for our children and future generations. https://arizonasonoran.com/

    Radio Duna | Información Privilegiada
    Mercados, dólar al alza y cómo se ve el panorama macro local e internacional

    Radio Duna | Información Privilegiada

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


    En la edición AM, hablamos con José Manuel Silva, director de inversiones de LarrainVial Asset Management, sobre cómo se ven las perspectivas económicas en Chile y la región, en medio de la incertidumbre.

    The Official Scottish Rugby Podcast
    George Horne | Chile v Scotland A Preview

    The Official Scottish Rugby Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 43:50


    Scotland and Glasgow Warriors scrum-half, George Horne joins us this week from Santiago to look ahead to the Summer Tour opener against Chile this weekend. Rachel Malcolm tells us how she's getting on with pre-season training with Scotland and Chris Paterson and Jo Wilson chat about all the latest rugby news.

    Mujeres...¡de acá!
    "Luz Vidal puede ser el rostro de cualquier mujer en Chile”

    Mujeres...¡de acá!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 51:30


    En una nueva emisión de Mujeres…¡de acá! Marcela conversó con Luz Pascuala Vidal Huiriqueo, Subsecretaria de la Mujer y la Equidad de Género del Ministerio de la Mujer de Chile. Luz Pascuala vivió toda su infancia con sus 11 hermanos, su mamá y su padre, quienes trabajaban en la producción agrícola y ganadera en la comunidad mapuche Curruhuinca "La comunidad mapuche en la que me crie tenía muchas precariedades, donde la pobreza se vivía y aún se vive. En ese entonces no había tantos derechos para las mujeres" destacó Luz en la charla con Marcela y remarcó “fui la primera persona de mi familia que pudo acceder a la educación universitaria, pero me vi en la obligación de tener que trabajar, estudiar y apoyar en las labores de mi casa y todo eso afectó mi salud" Trabajó durante varios años en casas de familias, pero debido a un accidente que vivió mientras realizaba su trabajo, conoció al Sindicato de Trabajadoras de Casa Particular (Sintracap), quienes la asesoraron sobre sus derechos y se terminó transformando en su presidenta. "El trabajo doméstico fue una puerta que vi para poder reunir fondos y poder ayudar a mi familiar, pero eso hizo que yo postergara mis estudios, pero siempre he creído que la educación se puede dar desde distintos ámbitos" aseguró Luz. En agosto del 2020, diferentes fundaciones y ONG's resolvieron llevarla como candidata a la Convención Constitucional y allí comenzó su carrera política. Sobre su llegada al gabinete aseguró "el Presidente Boric, al convocarnos, nos invita a pensar relaciones más horizontales en la política. La participación de la ciudadanía tiene otra mirada y otra forma de ejercer el poder. No queremos venir a colocar medidas en forma vertical" Y sobre los primeros pasos de gestión destacó que "fueron tres meses muy intensos, de mucho estudio, de recabar información que el Ministerio tiene de poder recomponer los tratos humanos así que ha sido una grata labor y podemos darle un especial carisma a la conducción desde el Ministerio" Y en el día del futbolista, en el segmento de Feminacida, Victoria Eger habló sobre la evolución del fútbol femenino desde el año 2019 cuando la AFA decide profesionalizarlo hasta la actualidad.

    BBXX: Let's Get Intimate!
    En Español: El Poder de la Mente Sobre el Cuerpo

    BBXX: Let's Get Intimate!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:54


    Hablamos de la diferencia entre el sexo y la sexualidad, las dinámicas de la sexualidad, la vergüenza y la liberación, la mente como nuestra herramienta más poderosa, el rol clave de la comunicación, la importancia de conocernos a nosotros mismos, y la definición de la intimidad. Nuestra invitada, Michelle Pollmann, es una psicóloga chilena especializada en terapia de pareja con sede en Santiago de Chile. 

    Crumpets & Kerosene
    S3 Episode 11: The Marle District

    Crumpets & Kerosene

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 60:53


    Download Us AtApple Podcast, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, Deezer, CastBox, Chrome, Pocket CastFollow us on Linktree: https://linktr.ee/Crumpets_and_KeroseneEmail: crumpetsandkerosene@gmail.com  Simplecast: https://crumpets-kerosene.simplecast.com Cast Kelly As the Storyteller Instagram @infantry_kitchenDerek as Zandra O'keefe the Rogue, Instagram @blackvoiddstudiosFilipe as Charles Wolfwood the Cleric Instagram @rimgarmapsStephanie as Blanche Gray the Wizard, Instagram @tipsydruidstudioBettina as Elizabeth Everly, the Ranger, Instagram @xxxdisorderlyxxx Special Voice Guest:Taylor Bentley plays the voice of the Repo Depo Instagram @yogasangerin Special Thanks Logo and cover artist is done by Taryn Sobey Designs website www.tarynsobey.comCharacter Artist Derek Stevens Website: https://www.deviantart.com/derek-stevens Email: Derekstevensart@yahoo.comIntro and outro are by Iron Heade A heavy metal band from Rancagua, Chile website https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Iron_Heade or email them at ironheadeband@gmail.com Maximum Roll Entertainment Network AddsConstructor ChaoscommercialCreator, Producer: Alexander Breauxhttps://linktr.ee/Constructedchaos Lostlorn ChroniclesMark Rein HagenPatreon: http://patreon.com/LostLornLinktree: Linktr.ee/@LostLorn | Linktree NetworkProduced: Maximum Roll Entertainment LLC.Producer: Kelly WilliamsAudio Editing: Kelly Williams, sound effects sourced from Epidemic Sounds and mastered on Vegas pro 17 and adobe edition. Linktree:https://linktr.ee/MaximumRollEmail: maximumrollentertainment@gmail.com

    The Fashionpreneur Diaries
    S4 Ep60: Tish's SWOT Analysis and Prayer

    The Fashionpreneur Diaries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 51:45


    I know, you are like, "where have you been Jess?" Chile, I have been busy focusing on my scaling brand and the Fashionpreneur Experience which is coming up in June! We are officially halfway through 2022! Wow! Every 6 months, I love to do a deep dive into my business plans within a SWOT Analysis. Have you conducted your mid-year SWOT Analysis? Do you know what a SWOT Analysis is exactly? Well, yesterday within my 90-Day Intensive Summer Cohort, we conducted our 1st Q&A Masterclass and Lecture and we focused on SWOT! Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats I did things a little differently and conducted a SWOT Analysis for our Student Tish, Owner of Styled 4u Boutique! Style 4U is a Maryland Based boutique and online store! I was so happy that Tish stepped up to the challenge and allowed me to create a focus around her amazing brand! Tish's brand is family-owned and has LOTS of opportunities for streams of revenue! Tish said I gave her about 3 months of homework LOL but that is quite alright! Watch the cash flow and sales increase through the summer and holiday season! WE ARE RECESSION PROOF over here! :) I wanted to share a snippet of our class from yesterday! Click here to watch and catch the prayer over on YouTube Your Homework: - I want you to complete your SWOT! Did not launch yet? No worries! I want to see your business plan! In order for me to personally review your SWOT and mid-year business plan, you must be within the 90-Day Intensive Summer Cohort that I just reopened for this month only! Join Tish and my other intimate group of Fashionpreneurs now by registering here! I am keeping the Cohort super intimate! Click here to join the 90-Day Intensive Cohort Click here to join us at The Fashionpreneur Experience in Los Angeles! Over the next 3 months, you will receive: Over 22 developmental e-classes (have been divided into 5 Module sections). Classes include but are not limited to Accounting, Legal business setup, Business planning, Trademarks, Wholesale buying, fashion design, Shopify Website building, Shopify applications, Facebook Ads, Product Upselling, Public Relations, live events, and more! This course is NOT a game! :) Bi-weekly Live Q&A Masterclass Lectures with your Fashionpreneur Instructors! Assignments and Quizzes accompany all lessons with Virtual Student Expert Coaching Support Bonus Module: Wholesale Buying and Vendors Lists- Understanding the vendor lingo, vendor contacts, and more! OVER 100 vendors based in the USA and Overseas! Vendors include kids, menswear, women's, accessories, activewear, screen printing, and more! Detailed Wholesale Vendors list with access to 150+ suppliers within the USA and Overseas! Includes Kidswear, Men's. Women's, Accessories, Activewear, Scrubs, T-shirts, and more! Access to over 100 start-up-friendly Manufacturing Contacts and Suppliers! Includes factories that are both domestic and international! Inventory Pricing Spreadsheet and formula guide

    Mining Stock Daily
    Morning Briefing: Collective Mining Makes New Discovery in Colombia

    Mining Stock Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 8:59


    Collective Mining announced the discovery of a new copper-gold-silver porphyry-related breccia at the Guayabales project. B2Gold has new drill results out of Mali. Calibre Mining provided a multi-year outlook of its forecast gold production. Alexco provided an update on operations today for its Keno Hill Silver District in Yukon. We'd like to thank our sponsors: Integra Resources is advancing the past-producing DeLamar Project in southwestern Idaho. The Company has continued to demonstrate resource growth and conversion through greenfield and brownfield exploration. Integra Resources trades on the TSX-V under ITR and the NYSE American under ITRG. Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website,www.westerncopperandgold.com. Rio-2 is advancing the Fenix Gold Project in Chile, the largest undeveloped gold heap leach project in the Americas. Fenix consists of 5 million ounces in the measured and indicated resource category and 1.4 million ounces in the inferred resource category. With a robust PFS in place, Fenix is set up for fast-tracked construction and production. You can find a list of project and company information on their website, rio2.com. ASCU is a Copper Mining Company with a 100% ownership of The Cactus Mine, located on private land in the Arizona Copper Belt. The Company is committed to supplying LME Grade A Copper Cathodes usable in the Renewable Energy Future, mined in a responsible and sustainable manner. Our goal, beyond our ESG Strategy, is to ensure “Net Zero Carbon Emission” from future operations, minimizing the effect of climate change on the earth and preserving our planet for our children and future generations. https://arizonasonoran.com/

    Die Buch. Der feministische Buchpodcast
    #53 Wo euch feministische Reisen hinführen könnten - "In Her Footsteps" von Lonely Planet

    Die Buch. Der feministische Buchpodcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 27:00


    In unserer aktuellen Folge stellen wir euch 4 Reiseziele vor, in denen ihr auf Spuren besonderer Frauen wandeln könnt: Wir reisen zu Kristin Tompkins in die Nationalparks von Chile, zu Františka Flamínková nach Prag, zu Mirabai nach Indien und zu Hatschepsut nach Ägypten. Dabei wollen wir nicht nur eine Anregung zu schönen Urlaubsdestinationen geben, sondern sprechen vor allem über den offenen Blick, mit dem wir überall auf Pionierinnen, Aktivistinnen, Künstlerinnen und Ikonen stoßen können.

    Intelligence Matters
    Strategic Opportunities and Challenges in Latin America: Pedro Burelli

    Intelligence Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 38:51


    In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell speaks with Pedro Burelli, a Venezuelan citizen, a former senior Venezuelan oil official, and an astute observer of Latin America and the world. Burelli and Morell exchange observations about Latin America's political and economic trajectory, including key influences and inflection points in Cuba, Chile, Mexico and other countries. They discuss shifts in political leadership, the degradation of democratic norms, and the opportunistic entrances of Russia and China into the region. Burelli also reflects on the achievements of the Biden administration's recent Summit of the Americas. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Eins zu Eins. Der Talk
    Fritz Auer, Architekt

    Eins zu Eins. Der Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 43:11


    Vor 50 Jahren wurde mit dem Olympischen Feuer zugleich eine Architekturikone eröffnet. Fritz Auer war als Architekt maßgeblich an Idee und Planung des Münchner Olympiageländes mit seinem markanten Zeltdach beteiligt. Danach hat er noch viele markante Spuren hinterlassen, vom Wohngebäude für die Europäische Südsternwarte ESO in Chile bis zum Zentralen Omnibusbahnhof in München. Moderation: Norbert Joa

    Mining Stock Daily
    Morning Briefing: Meridian Drills News Au-Ag Discovery; Minera Alamos Receives Key Approval for Cerro de Oro

    Mining Stock Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 10:21


    We have new drill results to report from Meridian Mining, Freegold Ventures and EMX Royalty. Mineral Alamos has received its surface rights agreements for its Cerro De Oro. Arras Minerals has published its mineral resource estimate for Beskauga. FPX Nickel has a new MOA with Binche Keyoh Bu Society. We'd like to thank our sponsors: Integra Resources is advancing the past-producing DeLamar Project in southwestern Idaho. The Company has continued to demonstrate resource growth and conversion through greenfield and brownfield exploration. Integra Resources trades on the TSX-V under ITR and the NYSE American under ITRG. Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website,www.westerncopperandgold.com. Rio-2 is advancing the Fenix Gold Project in Chile, the largest undeveloped gold heap leach project in the Americas. Fenix consists of 5 million ounces in the measured and indicated resource category and 1.4 million ounces in the inferred resource category. With a robust PFS in place, Fenix is set up for fast-tracked construction and production. You can find a list of project and company information on their website, rio2.com. ASCU is a Copper Mining Company with a 100% ownership of The Cactus Mine, located on private land in the Arizona Copper Belt. The Company is committed to supplying LME Grade A Copper Cathodes usable in the Renewable Energy Future, mined in a responsible and sustainable manner. Our goal, beyond our ESG Strategy, is to ensure “Net Zero Carbon Emission” from future operations, minimizing the effect of climate change on the earth and preserving our planet for our children and future generations. https://arizonasonoran.com/

    Circle of Blue WaterNews
    What's Up With Water— June 21, 2022

    Circle of Blue WaterNews

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 9:06


    This week's episode of What's Up With Water covers a win for environmentalists in Albania, a call for action on phosphorus management from the science community, and a recent decision to cut freshwater use at a major copper mine in Chile. Plus, Circle of Blue reports on the "mega-watersheds" of the American West. Find a full transcript for this week's episode here: https://wp.me/p7hOyy-w4d

    Todo Que Ver
    EP 12: Todo Que Ver Con La Cultura De Cancelación

    Todo Que Ver

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 78:23


    Siham Hamdan, Cristi Sesma, Miguel Alejandro, Adrian Murra y Fernando Veloz platican sobre la cultura de cancelación dentro y fuera de la cultura pop.Hablaremos de:Backstreet Boys, anime, sakura card captors, Harvey Weinstein, Ricky Gervais, franco Escamilla, comediantes, Eugenio derbez, Louis CK, Sofia Niño de Rivera, Carlos Ballarta, Facundo, Johnny Deep y Amber Heart, Black Mirror, Morning Show, Olivia Pope, Scandal, Kardashian Astroworld, Lo que el viento se llevo, Breakfast at Tiffany, Bridgerton, James Bond, La Sirenita, Encanto, The Big Bang Theory, Belinda y Nodal...Recomendaciones :Siham - Sky Ferreira - Don't Forget Cristi - The Hunt movieIsabel - Killing eve SeireAdrian - Todo en todas partes al mismo tiempo MovieFer - The Boys SerieKEEPS ME FREE with host Myron MyelKEEPS ME FREE Is a podcast dedicated to the continuous healing and freedom of the...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Conexión Barra, Podcast de películas, series y másDos hermanos conectados desde Chile y Australia, hablando de películas y cosas lesas.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify En el Camino¿ Que te define? Descubre tu identidad a partir del arte en El Camino. Es tu única misión.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

    Secure Freedom Minute
    Paging President Monroe

    Secure Freedom Minute

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 1:01


    This is Frank Gaffney with the Secure Freedom Minute. The election of an erstwhile narco-terrorist leader to be Colombia's next president moves Latin America to the brink of being entirely run by this country's enemies. With the fall of Peru and Chile to Communists last year and the prospect that Brazil's electorate may soon return to power its former radical leader, Lula, an enduring ascendancy of indigenous Marxists seems assured. Worse yet, external forces are at work there, as well. The Chinese Communists and their Russian and Iranian allies are aggressively expanding influence operations, infrastructure build-outs and basing arrangements that will strengthen their footholds in the Western Hemisphere under the banner of today's Communist Internationale, known as the Forum of Sao Paolo. No good can come of all this for U.S. commercial or strategic interests – or the flow of still more illegal aliens fleeing leftist predations. Paging President Monroe. This is Frank Gaffney

    Science Salon
    282. Anil Seth on the Hard Problem of Consciousness, the Self, and the Essence of Volition

    Science Salon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 129:22


    Shermer and Seth discuss: “mind” and “consciousness” in context of understanding how molecules and matter give rise to such nonmaterial processes • controlled hallucinations • the hard problem of consciousness • the self and other minds • consciousness and self-awareness as emergent properties • Where does consciousness go during general anaesthesia? After death? • Star Trek TNG episode 138 “Ship in a Bottle”: a VR inside a VR that is indistinguishable from reality • Are we living in a simulation that itself is inside a simulation? • Does Deep Blue know that it beat the great Gary Kasparov in chess? • Does Watson know that it beat the great Ken Jennings in Jeopardy!? • Is Data on Star Trek sentient, conscious, and with feelings? • Can AI systems be conscious? • free will, determinism, compatibilism, and panpsychism. Anil Seth is Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience at the University of Sussex, where he co-directs of the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science. He is also Co-Director of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR) Program on Brain, Mind, and Consciousness, and of the Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme: From Sensation and Perception to Awareness. Dr. Seth is Editor-in-Chief of Neuroscience of Consciousness (Oxford University Press) and he sits on the Editorial Board of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B and on the Advisory Committee for 1907 Research and for Chile's Congreso Futuro. His new book is Being You: A New Science of Consciousness.

    Estadão Notícias
    Nova era? O trunfo da esquerda na América Latina

    Estadão Notícias

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 28:19


    Pela primeira vez na história, a Colômbia elegeu um presidente de esquerda. Gustavo Petro, 62, venceu o pleito no domingo, dia 19, com 50,46% dos votos. Candidato da coalização política Pacto Histórico, o economista derrotou o populista de direita Rodolfo Hernández em uma disputa marcada pela polarização da sociedade colombiana.  Petro já havia se candidatado ao cargo de presidente outras duas vezes e, antes disso, serviu como senador, prefeito de Bogotá e em sua juventude fez parte da guerrilha M-19, quando foi preso e exilado do país. O novo presidente parece seguir a guinada à esquerda que ocorre em boa parte da América Latina – México, Bolívia, Peru, Honduras, Cuba, Venezuela, Chile e Argentina, todos governados por partidos de esquerda.  Em seu discurso, Petro prometeu realizar mudanças profundas na sociedade Colombiana, citando a paz e a segurança como um de seus principais objetivos. Apesar da vitória, ele não terá maioria no legislativo, que é controlado pela centro-direita tradicional do país, e dependerá de alianças para governar. A escolha por Petro, no entanto, não foi a única eleição histórica da noite. Pela primeira vez, uma mulher afrocolombiana foi eleita para a vice-presidência do país. A líder social Francia Márquez mobilizou jovens, mulheres, movimentos sociais e os indígenas e tem como destaque o seu discurso ambientalista.  Em suas redes sociais, o ex-presidente Lula parabenizou a eleição de Petro e celebrou mais uma vitória da esquerda na região. Já o clã Bolsonaro se mostrou preocupado com a mudança de direção política da América Latina, e tratou de usar o fato para defender que o Brasil permaneça como o último refúgio da direita no continente. No episódio desta terça-feira, 21, do ‘Estadão Notícias', ouvimos a enviada especial do Estadão, Fernanda Simas, que acompanhou diretamente de Bogotá a vitória de Petro. Para falar sobre como as eleições colombianas podem afetar o Brasil, conversamos com Leandro Consentino, cientista político e professor do Insper. O Estadão Notícias está disponível no Spotify,Deezer,Apple Podcasts,Google podcasts, ou no agregador de podcasts de sua preferência. Apresentação: Emanuel Bomfim Produção/Edição: Jefferson Perleberg, Bárbara Rubira, Gabriela Forte e Daniel Vila Nova Montagem: Moacir Biasi See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Sonido Libre
    La Cocina | Boric y Petro: ¿El retorno del chavismo?

    Sonido Libre

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 65:44


    Hoy junto a Manuel Roa, hablamos sobre las implicancias para Chile y América Latina del triunfo de Gustavo Petro como presidente de Colombia, abordamos el caso Ventanas, como también los escenarios políticos del apruebo y el rechazo a partir de las encuestas y el despliegue de las campañas. Esto y muchos más en "La Cocina".

    El Leñero
    El Leñero - 3ra. Temporada - Capítulo 20

    El Leñero

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 69:57


    Final del frenético Tour de Suiza que vivimos, muchas bajas por covid, pero con un gran triunfo de Geraint Thomas quien superó a Sergio Higuita (llegó como líder a la crono final) y a Jakob Fuglsang. También hubo Tour de Eslovenia donde arrasó el UAE con Pogacar y Majka, todo esto y mucho mucho más... en El LeñeroTodos los Lunes:2Am España, Italia y Francia9pm Argentina, Uruguay y Brasil8pm Bolivia, Cuba, Paraguay, Chile, Venezuela, Dominicana y Puerto Rico7pm Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, México y Panamá6pm Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua

    Podcast Terapia Chilensis en Duna
    Joseph Ramos y su libro ‘Creer o no creer': “Trata de juntar evidencia y ver cuál hipótesis es la más razonable”

    Podcast Terapia Chilensis en Duna

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


    María José O'Shea y Arturo Fontaine conversaron con Joseph Ramos, ex decano de la Facultad de Economía de la Universidad de Chile, sobre su último libro "Creer o no creer. El misterio de Dios a la luz de la razón".

    From Alpha To Omega
    Episode 272: #181 The Cordones w/ Nicholas C. Scott - Part 2

    From Alpha To Omega

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 43:11


    This week is part two of our discussion with Nicholas C. Scott about the role the self organised Cordones played in the Chilean revolution.Nicholas recently had an article about the Cordones published in the Washington Post:https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2022/04/26/chile-is-writing-new-chapter-its-history/The book project: https://theclasslesssocietyinmotion.com/

    En Perspectiva
    Entrevista Laura Gil y Laura Wills Otero - Colombia giró a la izquierda con el triunfo de Petro

    En Perspectiva

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 47:33


    Colombia, la tercera economía de América Latina y el principal aliado de Estados Unidos en la región, tendrá por primera vez en su historia un presidente de izquierda. El senador Gustavo Petro, de 62 años, economista, exguerrillero del movimiento M19 y ex alcalde de Bogotá, triunfó este domingo en la segunda vuelta de las elecciones presidenciales al obtener 50,44% de los votos frente al 47,04% de su rival, el empresario independiente Rodolfo Hernández. Anoche, una vez confirmmados los resultados, en su discurso frente a sus seguidores Petro prometió paz, justicia social y justicia ecológica. En esta campaña nos decían que íbamos a expropiar los bienes de los colombianos e íbamos a destruir la propiedad privada. De manera franca les digo que vamos a desarrollar el capitalismo en Colombia. No porque lo adoremos si no porque tenemos primero que superar la pre modernidad en Colombia, el feudalismo en Colombia, los nuevos esclavismos y mentalidades atávicas aliadas al mundo de siervos esclavos que tenía como aliados a señores feudales. Tenemos que construir una democracia. Más temprano, Hernández había reconocido la derrota en un mensaje emitido a través de Facebook. Acepto el resultado como debe ser si deseamos que las instituciones sean firmes. Espero que esta decisión sea beneficiosa para todos y que Colombia se encamine hacia el cambio que predominó en el voto de la primera vuelta. Le deseo al doctor Gustavo Petro que sepa dirigir al país, que sea fiel a su discurso contra la corrupción y que no defraude a quienes confiaron en él., El balotaje de ayer era seguido con gran interés porque marcaba el comienzo de una nueva era política en Colombia, ya que en la definición del nuevo gobierno quedaban afuera los partidos tradicionales conservadores, muy golpeados, entre otras cosas, por las protestas sociales de los años 2019, 2020 y 2021. Además los partidos de izquierda de América Latina esperaban que un triunfo de Petro afirmara el cambio de tendencia que pareció iniciarse en la región a fines el año pasado con el acceso al poder de Gabrel Boric en Chile. Hoy conversamos En Perspectiva con las politólogas Laura Wills Otero y Laura Gil, para analizar el resultado.

    La Wikly
    📽 Un despido mete a Disney en crisis

    La Wikly

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 39:11


    20 de junio | Nueva YorkLeer esta newsletter te llevará 7 minutos y 34 segundos.📬 En esta entrega, presentamos una nueva entrega de El juego de Megan, el podcast sobre la industria de Hollywood que Emilio Doménech y Pablo Moloco presentan desde 2016. Si te gusta esta versión especial hollywoodiense de La Wikly, ¡háznoslo saber!Más abajo tienes titulares sobre las elecciones de Colombia y la nueva estrategia tiktoker de Meta Platforms.Si te gusta lo que lees y quieres mantenerte informado cada día con estos formatos fáciles e informativos, hazte Premium:Niuyork, Niuyork. Bienvenido a La Wikly.📽 Un despido sorpresaPor Emilio DoménechLo importante: Bob Chapek, consejero delegado de The Walt Disney Company, anunció hace un par de semanas el despido sorpresa de Peter Rice, quien hasta ese momento había encabezado la división de contenido televisivo de la compañía.Como presidente de Disney General Entertainment Content, Rice supervisaba la producción anual de cientos de proyectos para plataformas como Disney+, Hulu, Disney Channel, y las cadenas ABC y FX, entre otras.Explícamelo: el despido es un bombazo en Hollywood, donde son pocas las instancias en las que ejecutivos con la carrera y la reputación de Rice salen por la puerta sin motivo aparente.La versión oficial: que no encajaba con la cultura de Disney, una explicación que ha dado pie a una variedad muy amplia de teorías.La más extendida de ellas: que Chapek se estaba protegiendo de un ejecutivo que le podía relevar en el puesto tras una serie de decisiones del consejero delegado muy criticadas dentro y fuera de la compañía.Contexto: Rice era un ejecutivo con una trayectoria muy exitosa en Fox, donde durante años encabezó divisiones de cine y televisión de la casa de los Murdoch hasta presidir todo con 21st Century Fox.Junto a él estaba Dana Walden, la ejecutiva que le releva en el puesto en Disney. Ambos dieron el salto al estudio de Mickey cuando Disney compró Fox.Chapek es el consejero delegado de Disney desde primeros de 2020, cuando sustituyó a Bob Iger, el ejecutivo que logró casi dos décadas de éxitos que encumbraron a Disney como el estudio más poderoso de Hollywood.Bajo la dirección de Iger, Disney compró Pixar, Marvel, LucasFilm y Fox, marcas que ahora permiten que la compañía tenga franquicias populares y consolidadas, además de estudios de sobra para armar sus plataformas de streaming que le permiten competir con Netflix y cía.Chapek llegaba al puesto de Iger después de más de 20 años en la compañía, presidiendo durante un tiempo la división de parques temáticos y cruceros de Disney.Su designación como CEO de la compañía sorprendió porque ejecutivos como Tom Staggs (ex-director de operaciones) y Kevin Mayer (que supervisó el exitoso lanzamiento de Disney+) siempre sonaron como más favoritos antes de ser descartados.En el podcast, Emilio y Pablo analizan los vaivenes que se han vivido en Hollywood en los últimos días, dando contexto al universo de pasillos de Disney y desgranando la decisión de echar a uno de los ejecutivos más admirados de Tinsletown.¿Desea saber más? Desde 2016, Emilio y Pablo han repasado algunos de los mayores acontecimientos que se han vivido dentro de Disney. Este podcast de 2016 sobre la salida de Tom Staggs aporta mucho contexto histórico sobre los ejecutivos de la compañía. Y en este otro de 2019, analizan el probable triunfo que Disney tenía previsto apuntarse con el desembarco de Disney+.🇨🇴 Gana la izquierdaBy Anita PereyraLo importante: Gustavo Petro y Francia Márquez salieron vencedores en la segunda vuelta de las elecciones de Colombia que se celebraron este domingo, lo que supone la primera victoria de la izquierda en la tercera potencia económica de Latinoamérica.Petro y Márquez vencieron a Rodolfo Hernández y Marelen Castillo, que pasaron a la segunda vuelta como representantes del espectro conservador, aunque con un mensaje anticorrucpión que los desmarcaba del establishment oficialista que lleva gobernando Colombia desde hace generaciones.Explícamelo: el domingo votó el 58,09 por ciento del padrón, un aumento de más de tres puntos porcentuales con respecto de la participación registrada en primera vuelta. Petro y Márquez lograron más de 11,2 millones de votos contra los poco más de 10,5 de Hernández y Castillo.La fórmula de Pacto Histórico ganó en Bogotá, Bolívar, Atlántico y Valle, cuatro de los cinco departamentos que contienen los mayores núcleos poblacionales del país. “Hoy es día de fiesta para el pueblo. Que festeje la primera victoria popular. Que tantos sufrimientos se amortiguen en la alegría que hoy inunda el corazón de la Patria. Esta victoria es para Dios y para el Pueblo y su historia. Hoy es el día de las calles y las plazas”, publicó Petro en redes sociales tras conocer los resultados de la votación.¿Y ahora? La investidura presidencial de Petro será el próximo 7 de agosto, pero queda mucha tela que cortar hasta entonces. Te esperamos en el Twitch de Emilio esta noche a las 20:00 hora peninsular de España para analizar los resultados con Andrea Aldana—y también en la edición especial de La Wikly Electoral con sorpresa que saldrá este miércoles.Más información en Página 12.🎬 Una recomendaciónCon la colaboración de FilminPor Anita PereyraChicago Boys es un documental chileno de 2015 escrito y dirigido por Carola Fuentes y Rafael Valdeavellano. Lleva el nombre del término usado para referirse a un grupo de economistas chilenos que se formaron en la Universidad de Chicago durante la década del 70.La formación económica neoliberal que recibieron en Estados Unidos los condujo a desempeñarse como funcionarios en algunos de los regímenes autoritarios de Latinoamérica, particularmente el que se impuso en Chile tras el golpe de estado al entonces presidente Salvador Allende en 1973.Su trabajo también influyó después en otros países latinoamericanos como Perú y Colombia, donde la economía liberal dejó una imprenta que reverbera hasta hoy.El trabajo de Fuentes y Valdeavellano reconstruye la participación de este grupo de economistas en el diseño del plan económico que se aplicó durante la dictadura militar, con una particularidad brillante: está narrado desde la perspectiva de algunos de sus miembros.Sergio de Castro, ministro de Economía y Hacienda desde 1975 a 1982; y Arnold Haberger, economista estadounidense y profesor de la Universidad de Chicago, son algunos de los entrevistados durante el largometraje.En poco más de 80 minutos, Chicago Boys consigue ilustrar una década crucial para la historia chilena que alberga una crítica inflexible a la impunidad con la que el régimen dictatorial ignoró las necesidades y demandas del pueblo.Chicago Boys está disponible en Filmin.📱 Facebook quiere cambiosPor Marina EnrichLo importante: Facebook envió una nota a sus empleados este abril estableciendo su nueva prioridad: hacer que sus reels, los vídeos cortos de Facebook e Instagram que tanto parecido tienen con los tiktoks, funcionen.Su segunda prioridad: ofrecer las mejores recomendaciones de contenido, no necesariamente las que estén ligadas a las redes personales de familiares y amigos de sus usuarios, que es lo que sobre todo Facebook es desde su concepción.En conclusión, Facebook quiere convertirse en TikTok. Ya lo hemos visto en Instagram con su prioridad por los vídeos cortos en detrimento de las fotos, pero ahora Facebook también quiere sumarse al carro para hacer frente a una base de usuarios cada vez mayor en edad.¿Y qué quiere ser TikTok? La plataforma de ByteDance se define como una plataforma de entretenimiento. Dicen que, a diferencia de Facebook, ellos no son una plataforma social. Y tiene sentido. Cada vez, las plataformas en internet van más sobre el contenido y menos sobre lo social.El otro día, un amigo de mis padres me decía que él no quería tener redes sociales porque quería enterarse de lo que hacían sus amigos cuando quedara con ellos y no a través de una pantalla. Yo le dije que tenía una visión errónea sobre las redes sociales, ya que la mayor parte del contenido que consumimos no es de nuestros familiares y amigos.Entre las generaciones más jóvenes, las redes sociales son las que están reemplazando a la televisión, ya que cada vez abarcan un abanico de contenido más amplio.Ya no es una cuestión de ver qué hicieron ayer tus amigos, sino de entretenerse con vídeos de géneros que van desde los memes hasta la cocina y la salud mental, pasando por la información.De hecho, un 39 por ciento de los jóvenes entre 18 y 24 años se informan de la actualidad a través de las redes sociales.En este sentido, se entiende perfectamente que aplicaciones como BeReal de la que te hablé la semana pasada funcionen entre la gente joven. Los usuarios se ponen rápido al día sobre qué están haciendo sus amigos para después volver al resto de apps que les ofrecen entretenimiento.Y las elecciones de los más jóvenes son relevantes: suelen ser los primeros en detectar tendencias (y en encabezar nuevas). Quizá BeReal sea pasajero, pero sin duda serán ellos los que decidan si el cambio de rumbo de Facebook hace mella.Y tú, ¿cómo ves el futuro de estas guerras de apps que compiten por tu atención?En otro orden de cosas, hoy vuelve Lunes por el mundo con los resultados electorales de Colombia. Para ello, contaremos con la participación de la periodista Andrea Aldana, periodista y columnista en el diario colombiano El Espectador que nos ofrecerá todas las claves sobre la victoria de Gustavo Petro.Podrás seguir el directo a partir de las 20:00 hora peninsular de España en Twitch.Feliz semana, This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.lawikly.com/subscribe