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Accidental Gods
BioRegionalism: The Design Path for Regenerating Earth with Joe Brewer

Accidental Gods

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 56:31


Joe Brewer has separate bachelors degrees in physics, mathematics, and interdisciplinary studies and a masters in atmospheric sciences. He is a complexity researcher, innovation strategist, experience designer, and serial social entrepreneur who brings a wealth of expertise to the adoption of sustainable solutions at the cultural scale. Among his notable achievements are the creation of an undergraduate degree program in Earth Systems, Environment and Society at the University of Illinois and design of new collaboration protocols for strategic communications among European NGO's with WWF-UK and Oxfam, in the UK. He was an active member of the Center for Complex Systems Research from 2001 to 2005, where he studied pattern formation in self-organizing systems. He was a research fellow at the Rockridge Institute in 2007-08 analyzing political discourse in the United States. He contracted with the International Centre for Earth Simulation in Geneva in 2010-11 to help build a globally-focused high performance computing facility dedicated to holistic simulations of the dynamic Earth. His experiences as a social entrepreneur and cross-disciplinary scholar weave together a combination of skills dedicated to open collaboration, interactive design, and empowered civic action for catalyzing change toward greater resilience in our turbulent world.More recently, he has moved to Colombia and is engaged in regenerating an area of dry desert with the aim of returning it to flourishing biodiversity. He has written The Design Pathway for Regenerating Earth and established Earth Regenerators, a community, a study group and a place to share ideas that will bring us closer to a prosocial world, focussed on bioregions where the human and More-Than-Human worlds integrate, where we organise with direct local democracy, create a steady state economy, based on shared values and not on growth, and where we predicate our actions on trusting the good intentions of others. In this deep, penetrating conversation, full of radical honesty, we discuss the end of the holocene and its implications, explore the age of the anthropocene and what may come of it, and how all of us can become earth regenerators - what it means, and how it might work.  Joe outlines the processes of his 8 week course and his new GoFundMe project to birth a bioregion. Joe's Book: https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/the-design-pathway-for-regenerating-earth/

La Hora de la Verdad
Gonzalo Moreno mayo 17 de 2022

La Hora de la Verdad

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 11:54


Gonzalo Moreno, presidente ejecutivo de Fenavi, habla de la producción de huevos en Colombia ¿Vienen de Alemania como dice Francia Márquez? Hace noticia en La Hora de la Verdad, Gonzalo Moreno, presidente ejecutivo de Fenavi, quien habló de la producción de huevos en Colombia, a propósito de las declaraciones de Francia Márquez, quien dice que los huevo se importan desde Alemania

Draws in Spanish |  Conversations with Latinx Visual Artists and Designers
18: Colombian Illustrator Natalia Cardona Puerta

Draws in Spanish | Conversations with Latinx Visual Artists and Designers

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 55:35


Sometimes one decision can completely change the trajectory of your life! That's what happened to Natalia Cardona Puerta when she decided to follow her dreams of being an illustrator and uproot her life in Colombia.In this episode, I chat with Colombian illustrator Natalia Cardona Puerta who creates colorful and playful illustrations inspired by her ‘90s upbringing, her love for the outdoors, and her innermost feelings.Natalia “never in a million years” expected to leave Colombia, but after graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design she took a break and realized she wanted to reconnect with her creative voice. Eventually, her mom encouraged her to pursue a Master's degree and it all happened very quickly from there. One thing lead to the next and she was on a one-way flight to Georgia to pursue a Master's degree in Illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design.Nowadays, Natalia is going through the permanent residency process here in the U.S. to be able to live and work here long term. The legal process has been slow and frustrating. She feels it slowed down her post-grad momentum but she is taking this time to ”plant a lot of seeds” that are sure to blossom in the future.Tune into this episode to hear Natalia and I talk about growing up in Bogota, why she decided to immigrate to the U.S., and how she developed her illustration style after graduating.Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, or on your favorite podcast platform.EPISODE LINKS:Listener Survey: Take the survey to help me improve Season 2!Guest Links: Check out Natalia's Instagram and Portfolio.Host Links: Check out Fabiola Lara on Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok. Topics Covered:Living a sheltered life in turbulent Bogota in the early 90sRejecting a fine art career path for an undergraduate degree in Industrial DesignPursuing a Master's in Illustration at SCAD after learning about the program a few week priorThe difficulties of being an artist in the US pursuing a Permanent Resident Card (greencard)The impacts of not being able to work in the US as an artistThe pros and cons of receiving an art school educationHer current creative routine after graduatingFinding a better work-life balance after graduationDeveloping her personal illustration style and tailoring her portfolioThe feeling of languishing during slow creative seasonsWorking with an illustration agent for editorial and publishing projectsCompleting a large-scale mural for a dream clientWorking with The Washington Post on an editorial illustration

Conclusiones
Elecciones en Colombia: ¿qué revela la Gran Encuesta?

Conclusiones

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 40:57


Faltando dos semanas para la primera vuelta presidencial en Colombia, se conocieron los resultados de la Gran Encuesta de mayo, que realizó la firma Yanhaas por encargo de RCN Radio, RCN Televisión y el diario La República. ¿Cómo se perfilan las tendencias de intención de voto? Además, Fernando del Rincón habla con el  exgobernador de Antioquia Juan Gómez Martínez sobre la contienda electoral en el país. Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

3 Takeaways
From Hawk to Dove, Negotiating Peace after War: Former Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos (#93)

3 Takeaways

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 31:24


President Santos received the Nobel Peace Prize for bringing Colombia's more than 50 year civil war to an end. His unique and humble leadership style allowed him to pivot from being a hawk to a dove on war, and this change is mirrored in his transition from climate change denier to climate change fighter.  These 180 degree pivots are unprecedented for a world leader.He describes the almost impossible challenges he faced ending a civil war with millions of victims, and delves into how he was ultimately able to broker peace. He led the war as a war hero and negotiated peace as president. His monumental accomplishments are inspired by the heartbreaking stories of victims.

Radio Melo
132. ¿Ecuador se queda sin mundial y Perú sin su entrenador Ricardo Gareca después de Catar 2022?

Radio Melo

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 71:45


Debatimos el escándalo que se ha presentado en la selección ecuatoriana con la posible participación de un jugador colombiano por eliminatorias. ¿Se quedarán por fuera del mundial? ¿Cuál selección se beneficiaría? Además discutimos las posibilidades que tiene Ricardo Gareca para ser nuevo DT de la selección Colombia después de su participación con Perú en el mundial de Catar. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The John Batchelor Show
#NewWorldReport: Assassination in Colombia. Senadora Maria Fernanda Cabal. @MariaFdaCabal (on leave). Joseph Humire @JMHumire @SecureFreeSoc https://www.securefreesociety.org Ernesto Araujo, @ernestofaraujo. former Foreign Minister of Brazil.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 13:25


Photo: #NewWorldReport:  Assassination in Colombia.  Senadora Maria Fernanda Cabal. @MariaFdaCabal (on leave). Joseph Humire @JMHumire @SecureFreeSoc https://www.securefreesociety.org  Ernesto Araujo, @ernestofaraujo. former Foreign Minister of Brazil. https://nypost.com/2022/05/12/paraguayan-prosecutors-murder-in-colombia-likely-transnational-hit-police/amp/ https://www.google.com/amp/s/nypost.com/2022/05/12/paraguayan-prosecutors-murder-in-colombia-likely-transnational-hit-police/amp/

Creando LatAm
Brian Requarth: Latitud

Creando LatAm

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 64:57


Latitud busca ser el sistema operativo de las startups en Latinoamérica brindando soluciones a founders para que puedan enfocarse en el core de sus startups y no cometan varios de los errores que cometió Brian al emprender. La mente maestra detrás de Latitud es Brian Requarth, un californiano que llegó a Latinoamérica en el 2004 y desde entonces no se ha despegado de la región. En este episodio Brian nos cuenta cómo llegó a Colombia en ese momento, cómo construyó y vendió su primera startup Viva Real y cómo pretende cambiar el ecosistema de startups en Latinoamérica con Latitud. Si te interesa aplicar a uno de los fellowships de Latitud, lo puedes hacer aquí. El libro de Brian, "Viva the Entrepreneur", es 100% recomendado, lo hemos leído personalmente. Encuéntralo en versión Kindle en Amazon aquí. Síguenos: Instagram LinkedIn Facebook www.creandolatampodcast.com creandolatam@gmail.com

Univision Reporta
¿El fin del Cartel de Sinaloa?

Univision Reporta

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 25:14


Hoy conversaremos con Gerardo Reyes, director y fundador del equipo de Univision Investiga de Noticias Univision. Durante su carrera ha cubierto muy de cerca el narcotráfico y ha destapado numerosos escándalos financieros y de corrupción en América Latina. Gerardo ha sido uno de los únicos periodistas que lograron reportar desde  Badiraguato, municipio donde nació  El Chapo Guzman, antes de su captura; y es autor de varios libros, entre ellos: “Don Julio Mario”, biografía no autorizada del hombre más influyente de Colombia, y “Los dueños de América Latina”.Hablaremos con él para que nos cuente cuáles son las disputas a lo interno del cartel de Sinaloa, quiénes son estos narcos por quienes la DEA está ofreciendo tanto dinero y cuál es el futuro de la organización criminal que tiene sus tentáculos en Estados Unidos, Colombia y el resto del mundo.

Un Gran Viaje
6 meses de viaje sin rumbo por Sudamérica, con Fernando Castiñeiras | 113

Un Gran Viaje

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 76:05


Fernando Castiñeiras dejó aparcado su trabajo de profesor de español en Alemania para viajar por América Latina. Un viaje de 6 meses que le llevó por Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia, Perú, Ecuador y, finalmente, Colombia. Un viaje que se le quedó corto, especialmente cuando comprobó que lo que más le gustaba era el contacto con la gente. En este podcast, hablamos de personas increíbles que conoció, pero también de paisajes, decepciones viajeras, problemas y soledades. Y también, de su libro El plan es no tener plan, autopublicado por él 3 años después de volver. Más información y fotos en: https://bit.ly/fercasti Si sueñas con hacer un gran viaje como este te recomendamos: > Nuestro libro "Cómo preparar un gran viaje" (2ª ed.): https://www.laeditorialviajera.es/tienda/como-preparar-un-gran-viaje-2/ > Nuestro NUEVO libro "El libro de los grandes viajes": https://www.laeditorialviajera.es/tienda/el-libro-de-los-grandes-viajes/ Si quieres conocer historias en primera persona de otros viajeros, este evento te gustará: > Jornadas de los grandes viajes: https://www.jornadasgrandesviajes.es ¿Te gusta este podcast? ¿Quieres agradecernos el trabajo que hacemos? APOYA ESTE PROGRAMA: conviértete en mecenas en iVoox o Patreon. Más info en: > https://www.ungranviaje.org/podcast-de-viajes/apoya-podcast-un-gran-viaje/

Know Your Enemy
TEASER: A New Pink Tide? (w/ Thea Riofrancos & David Adler)

Know Your Enemy

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 1:28


Hope for the American left is at a fairly low ebb, at the moment, but our counterparts in Latin America are on the march and succeeding at beating back repressive right wing governments across the region. What can we learn from them? And given extremely volatile global conditions — and the continued role of the US in defending the interests of capital in the region — what can these new left-wing governments hope to accomplish?Sam is joined by political scientist Thea Riofrancos and David Adler, the General Coordinator of the Progressive International, to discuss left populism in Chile, Colombia, Brazil, and elsewhere. Subscribe to Know Your Enemy on Patreon to listen to this bonus episode, and all of our bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/knowyourenemy

Dreamcatchers
Bouncing Back After Brain Surgery - Carlos Amaya

Dreamcatchers

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 37:03


With his recognized voice, great charisma, and intelligence, Carlos Amaya is the voice of the podcast "Hablemos de Real Estate con Carlos Amaya" ("Let's talk about Real Estate with Carlos Amaya"). As Co-founder of Casamerica team with eXp realty, one of the most innovative real estate companies in the United States, with 15 years of experience working in the most recognized real estate companies such as Century 21 and Keller Williams realty. For the last 10 years, Carlos Amaya has worked with Cabanillas & Associates, PC “El Abogado en la Radio” one of the largest and most recognized Law firms in the tri-state Area. Helping more than 10,000 Hispanic families to obtain and keep their American dreams. Carlos Amaya was part of the team participating in weekly live radio programs providing valuable information for a period of 10 years in major NY Radio stations including La Mega 97.9 FM, Amor 93.1, La X 96.3 FM, and Radio Wado 1280 AM. Carlos Amaya is an immigrant from Colombia, proud father of two beautiful young girls and lucky husband of his business partner and co-founder of Casamerica team Marta Estrada. In this episode, Carlos Maya discusses how he was able to achieve success by focusing on partnerships, financial knowledge, and mentorship. He also discusses how his mission, which focuses on education and mentorship, is helping change people's lives.   [00:01 - 07:18] The Start of Adventures and Business Ventures The difficulty of finding jobs because of the lack of language and experience Discovering the profitability of real estate transactions Keep the business afloat by not putting all eggs in one basket [05:52 - 11:59] Making a Difference in this World with Existing Opportunities Being better equipped to deal with difficult situations How passion makes the learning process more enjoyable Recognizing the existing opportunities for making a difference [12:00 - 33:38] The Conscious Decision to Live a Purposeful Life Being diagnosed with AVM (arteriovenous malformation) and cancer The journey to living a more impactful and meaningful life Targetting the knowledge gap affecting the overall well-being of the community [33:39 - 35:02] Closing Segment Follow your dreams, take the next steps, and don't overthink Connect with Carlos! Closing words Tweetable Quotes: “My goal is not to entertain people. My goal is for them to take action, to [teach] something that [is] going to be practical for them.” - Carlos Amaya "Your story is not for you to keep. Your story is for you to share." - Carlos Amaya Connect with Carlos: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carlos-amaya-realestateagent/    LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.   Dreamcatchers is an inclusive organization that targets people's interest in being more instead of a certain demographic. We have people from all walks of life at many different ages. Find out more at www.dreamsshouldbereal.com. Find out more about Jerome at www.d3v3loping.com or www.myersmethods.com.

通勤學英語
回顧星期天LBS - 拉丁美洲相關時事趣聞 All about Latin America

通勤學英語

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 6:52


Topic: 對現狀不滿拉美從傾右變傾左 Leftists Replacing Right-Wing Leaders Across Latin America   In the final weeks of 2021, Chile and Honduras voted decisively for leftist presidents to replace leaders on the right, extending a significant, multiyear shift across Latin America. 在2021年的最後幾周,智利和宏都拉斯果斷地投票支援 左翼總統取代右翼領導人,延續 了整個拉丁美洲長達數年的重大轉變。 This year, leftist politicians are the favorites to win presidential elections in Colombia and Brazil, taking over from right-wing incumbents, which would put the left and center-left in power in the six largest economies in the region, stretching from Tijuana to Tierra del Fuego. 今年,左翼政客是贏得哥倫比亞和巴西總統選舉的最愛,他們接替了右翼現任者,這將使左翼和中左翼在該地區從蒂華納到火地島的六大經濟體中掌權。 Economic suffering, widening inequality, fervent anti-incumbent sentiment and mismanagement of COVID-19 have all fueled a pendulum swing away from the center-right and right-wing leaders who were dominant a few years ago. 經濟困境、不斷擴大的不平等、狂熱的反現任情緒以及對COVID-19的管理不善,都助長了幾年前佔主導地位的中右翼和右翼領導人的鐘擺擺動。 The left has promised more equitable distribution of wealth, better public services and vastly expanded social safety nets. But the region's new leaders face serious economic constraints and legislative opposition that could restrict their ambitions — and restive voters who have been willing to punish whoever fails to deliver. 左翼承諾更公平地分配財富,提供更好的公共服務,並大大擴展社會安全網。但該地區的新領導人面臨著嚴重的經濟限制和立法反對,這可能會限制他們的野心-以及願意懲罰任何未能兌現承諾的人的不安分選民。 The left's gains could buoy China and undermine the United States as they compete for regional influence, analysts say, with a new crop of Latin American leaders who are desperate for economic development and more open to Beijing's global strategy of offering loans and infrastructure investment. The change could also make it harder for the United States to continue isolating authoritarian leftist regimes in Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba. 分析人士說,左翼的收益可能會提振中國,削弱美國,因為他們在爭奪地區影響力時,新一批拉丁美洲領導人迫切希望經濟發展,並對北京的全球戰略持更開放的態度, 提供貸款和 基礎設施投資。這一變化還可能使美國更難繼續孤立委內瑞拉、尼加拉瓜和古巴的獨裁左翼政權。 With rising inflation and stagnant economies, Latin America's new leaders will find it hard to deliver real change on profound problems, said Pedro Mendes Loureiro, a professor of Latin American studies at the University of Cambridge. To some extent, he said, voters are “electing the left simply because it is the opposition at the moment.” 隨著通貨膨脹率上升和經濟停滯,拉丁美洲的新領導人將發現很難在深刻的問題上實現真正的變革,劍橋大學拉丁美洲研究教授佩德羅·門德斯·洛雷羅(Pedro Mendes Loureiro)說。他說,在某種程度上,選民正在"選舉左翼,僅僅是因為它目前是反對派。" Unlike the early 2000s, when leftists won critical presidencies in Latin America, the new officeholders are saddled by debt, lean budgets, scant access to credit and, in many cases, vociferous opposition. 與2000年代初不同,當時左翼分子在拉丁美洲贏得了關鍵的總統職位 ,而新的官員則背負著債務,預算緊張, 信貸匱乏以及在許多情況下大聲反對的負擔。 Eric Hershberg, director of the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies at American University, said the left's winning streak is born out of widespread indignation. 美國大學拉丁美洲和拉丁裔研究中心主任埃裡克·赫什伯格(Eric Hershberg )表示,左翼的連勝源於 廣泛的憤怒。 “This is really about lower-middle-class and working-class sectors saying, ‘Thirty years into democracy, and we still have to ride a decrepit bus for two hours to get to a bad health clinic,'”Hershberg said. "這實際上是關於中下層階層和工人階層部門說,'民主三十年後,我們仍然必須乘坐破舊的公共汽車兩個小時才能到達一個糟糕的健康診所,'"赫什伯格說。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/6092284   Next Article   Topic : Venezuela, Once an Oil Giant, Reaches the End of an Era   For the first time in a century, there are no rigs searching for oil in Venezuela. 百年來,委內瑞拉首次沒有鑽油平台在鑽探石油。 Wells that once tapped the world's largest crude reserves are abandoned or left to flare toxic gases that cast an orange glow over depressed oil towns. 曾自全球最大原油礦藏採油的油井,不是廢棄,就是任由洩漏的毒性氣體逕自燃燒,使附近蕭條的石油城鎮蒙上一層橘光。 Refineries that once processed oil for export are rusting hulks, leaking crude that blackens shorelines and coats the water in an oily sheen. 先前把石油加工出口的煉油廠成了生鏽的殘骸,洩漏的原油染黑了海岸線,並在海面形成一層油光。 Fuel shortages have brought the country to a standstill. At gas stations, lines go on for miles. 燃料短缺使這個國家陷入癱瘓。在加油站,排隊加油的車輛綿延數哩。 Venezuela's colossal oil sector, which shaped the country and the international energy market for a century, has come to a near halt, with production reduced to a trickle by years of gross mismanagement and U.S. sanctions. The collapse is leaving behind a destroyed economy and a devastated environment and, many analysts say, bringing to an end the era of Venezuela as an energy powerhouse. 委內瑞拉龐大的石油業曾形塑這個國家和國際能源市場長達百年,如今卻幾近停頓,由於多年來管理不善和遭受美國制裁,產量只剩一丁點。石油業崩潰導致經濟慘淡,環境重創,且如許多分析家所言,為委國作為能源大國的時代畫下句點。 The country that a decade ago was the largest producer in Latin America, earning about $90 billion a year from oil exports, is expected to net about $2.3 billion by this year's end — less than the aggregate amount that Venezuelan migrants who fled the country's economic devastation will send back home to support their families, according to Pilar Navarro, a Caracas, Venezuela-based economist. 長駐委國首都卡拉卡斯的經濟學家納瓦洛說,當地10年前是拉丁美洲最大產油國,每年出口石油賺進900億美元,但到今年年底,預計可進帳23億美元,還不及為逃避經濟崩潰而出國的國民匯回養家的金錢總額。 Production is the lowest in nearly a century after sanctions forced most oil companies to stop drilling for or buying Venezuelan oil — and even that trickle could dry up soon, analysts warn. 分析家警告,制裁迫使許多石油公司停止鑽探或購買委國石油,以致其產量降到近百年來最低,甚至最後這點生產也可能即將停止。 The decline has diminished beyond recognition a country that just a decade ago rivaled the United States for regional influence. It is also unraveling a national culture defined by oil, a source of cash that once seemed endless; it financed monumental public works and pervasive graft, generous scholarships and flashy shopping trips to Miami. 石油業衰落,使十年前與美國享有同等區域影響力的委內瑞拉面目全非,還破壞了以石油為基礎的的國家文化,石油曾經是看似取之不盡的現金來源:支應大型公共工程,助長普遍存在的貪腐,用以發放豐厚的獎學金,也讓人們享受到美國佛州邁阿密的豪華購物之旅。 Crippling gasoline shortages have led to an outbreak of dozens of daily protests across most Venezuelan states in recent weeks. 汽油嚴重短缺,導致最近幾周委內瑞拉多數州每天總共爆發數十場抗議。 More than 5 million Venezuelans, or 1 in 6 residents, have fled the country since 2015, creating one of the world's greatest refugee crises, according to the United Nations. The country now has the highest poverty rate in Latin America, overtaking Haiti this year, according to a recent study by Venezuela's three leading universities. 聯合國資料顯示,2015年起已有逾500萬,也就是六分之一委國人逃離,是全球最大難民潮之一。委國三所頂尖大學最近的調查顯示,委國今年取代海地,成為拉美貧困率最高的國家。 Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/358363/web/

Primer Impacto
El aterrador “Hotel de los Espíritus”

Primer Impacto

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 28:35


7 migrantes murieron ahogados luego de intentar cruzar el Río Bravo desde Piedras NegrasTal y como advirtió su padre, la autopsia independiente realizada a la joven Debanhi Escobar reveló que fue asesinada y también fue víctima de violencia sexual.Un naufragio cerca de las costas de Puerto Rico dejó como saldo 12 muertos. Al parecer las personas que allí viajaban eran inmigrantes.Jessica Domínguez, abogada y asesora en asuntos legales en Estados Unidos nos presenta un ABC sobre lo que deben hacer al responder la entrevista por solicitudes de asilo.

Mil Palabras
#167 La comunicación de los candidatos a la presidencia de Colombia - Invitado Juan Sebastián Delgado

Mil Palabras

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 47:48


La comunicación política es cada vez más intensa en época de elecciones a la Presidencia de Colombia. ¿Cómo se comunican los candidatos? ¿Cómo se están posicionando? ¿cuáles son sus mensajes claves? En este episodio, el experto Juan Sebastián Delgado, analiza la comunicación política de los candidatos.Comunicación política (a veces el mejor candidato no es el mejor Presidente)El próximo 29 de mayo se realizará la primera vuelta para elegir el nuevo Presidente en Colombia.Según las encuestas, al 13 mayo de 2002 mientras publicamos este episodio. Los favoritos para llegar a la presidencia de Colombia son en su orden: Gustavo Petro, Fico Gutiérrez, Rodolfo Hernández y Sergio Fajardo.Entonces dicen los analistas que lo más probable es que en esta primera vuelta no se elija Presidente. Pues el ganador tendría que tener más de la mitad de los votos.Así que se espera haya segunda vuelta, la cual se realizará el 19 de junio.Vemos entonces un escenario de comunicación política donde cada candidato trata de hacerse un espacio en la mente de los electores. Cada uno trata de presentar sus fortalezas y posiciones. Pero también de resignificar lo que sus adversarios dicen.Metáforas, temas, ángulos, historias , asociaciones y comparaciones hacen parte del arsenal de la comunicación política de cada candidato. Son recursos que infortunadamente no siempre se usan de forma ética, pues la post verdad, las verdades a media, las exageraciones y las fake news también hacen parte de la comunicación política.En este episodio hicimos una reflexión respetuosa de la comunicación política con el experto Juan Sebastián DelgadoAnalizamos el mensaje y el posicionamiento de cada candidato de la forma menos sesgada y más respetuosa posible.Si estás esperando en este podcast posiciones extremas o fake news o chismes o posiciones políticas para atacar a alguien, no lo vas a encontrar aquí. En este episodio nos metemos solamente con la comunicación, la comunicación efectiva de los candidatos en campaña.Para hablar de los mensajes sobre comunicación política nos acompaña hoy Juan Sebastián Delgado.Juan Sebastián es consultor en comunicación política, tiene más de 11 años de experiencia en social media y comunicación digital. Ha participado en diferentes procesos electorales en Colombia, Perú y Aruba. Además, ha liderado diferentes proyectos de marketing digital en varias empresas de Colombia.Es vicepresidente de la Asociación Colombiana de consultores políticos ACOPOL. Es autor del libro electrónico "Claves para entender la comunicación digital política". Además es coordinador del libro "Entre información y conspiración" comunicación digital en tiempos de crisis.Ha sido galardonado con el Youth leadership award que otorga The Washington Academy of Political Arts and Sciences.Tiene además 3 premios de ACOPOL y ha sido nominado a los Reed Latino. Ha sido conferencista en México, República dominicana, panamá, Colombia, Perú y Brasil.Así que vamos hablar de comunicación política, la comunicación efectiva, los mensajes de los candidatos a la presidencia de Colombia.Recuerda por favor escucharnos y suscribirte en la plataforma que más te guste:Apple Podcast Spotify Google Podcast Para participar, escríbeme tus comentarios a santiagorios@milpalabras.com.coRecursos recomendados en este PodcastSitio Web: https://blogs.eltiempo.com/politica-2-punto-0/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juansedg/?hl=esTwitter: https://twitter.com/juansedgSuscríbete al Podcast de Mil Palabras enwww.milpalabras.comDescarga GRATIS el ebook “Cómo Crear un Podcast Corporativo”https://milpalabras.com.co/Quizás quieras escuchar el episodio anteriorhttps://www.milpalabras.com/166-diversidad-e-inclusion-no-se-nos-esta-yendo-la-mano/Otros podcast recomendados de nuestra redSomos CancionesEntrevistas e historias divertidas y personales con Gente que ama la música y sabe de música. (suenan canciones completas al lado de las historias).spoti.fi/3hWr020Historias que NutrenConversaciones con profesionales que tienen algo para nutrir tu vida en lo personal, lo profesional, lo espiritual y lo físico.bit.ly/historiasquenutrenDe Vuelta por San IgnacioCharlas donde conocerás la historia y la cultura de uno de los sitios emblemáticos de Medellín: El Distrito San Ignacio.bit.ly/distritosanignacioHistorias con colorRelatos inspiradores de personas que han transformado su vida y la de los demás a través del color.bit.ly/historiasconcolorConversaciones que transformanGrandes personalidades de la industria, la empresa privada y el sector público presentan su perspectiva sobre las prácticas y tendencias que transforman la sociedad.bit.ly/argoscqtInstrucciones para FlorecerConfesiones de mujeres sobresalientes que comparten sus instrucciones para realizarse personal y profesionalmente.bit.ly/instruccionespfLiderar con propósitoLos líderes de algunas de las empresas más grandes de Colombia entregan sus mejores prácticas de liderazgo a parir de casos reales.bit.ly/lcpdoriaComunicación Política, Gustavo Petro, Fico Gutiérrez, Rodolfo Hernández, Sergio Fajardo, Presidente de Colombia, Elecciones en Colombia, Juan Sebastián Delgado, podcast, Podcast Corporativo, Comunicación Organizacional, Recursos Humanos, Desarrollo Profesional, Desarrollo Personal, Comunicación Efectiva, Santiago Ríos, Mil Palabras

MANTORSHIFT - The Art of Being a Man...
#40 Of Mafia and Men with Aldo Civico

MANTORSHIFT - The Art of Being a Man...

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 64:17


We romanticize criminality and the Mafia a lot.  Endless movies stand as proof of our fascination. But only a few us know what we are really talking about. I reached out to an expert who does know a lot about both the Mafia and the Cartel. Aldo Civico is ranked as one of the Top30 Leadership global experts by Global Gurus (#13). For the past 30 years he has been helping leaders in politics and business, as well as communities and organizations to find and connect with their purpose. During his tenure as director of the Center for International Conflict Resolution at Columbia University, Aldo has been facilitating peace talks and Peacebuilding efforts in different parts of the world, especially in Colombia. He is a columnist for Spanish speaking newspapers in the United States and throughout Latin America.

DianaUribe.fm
30 años del Tratado de Maastricht

DianaUribe.fm

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 58:51


En febrero de 2022 se cumplieron 30 años del tratado de Maastricht, el acuerdo considerado como punto de partida de la Unión Europea (UE). Por eso, en este primer capítulo de los aniversarios del año 02, les explicaremos los antecedentes, los pactos y el contexto de la creación de la Unión Europea. Además, hablaremos de los problemas, los desafíos y las situaciones que ha enfrentado la UE durante su existencia y sobre los retos que debe resolver actualmente para poder persistir en el tiempo.    Notas del episodio: ¿Qué es el Tratado de Maastricht? La página del Parlamento Europeo lo resume así La historia del sueño de una Europa Unida Nuestro capítulo sobre el aniversario 70 del Pacto del Carbón y el Acero ¿Qué es la zona euro y cuáles países la integran? Los países que conforman la zona Schengen Algunos de los peligros que afronta la Unión Europea al día de hoy ¿Hacia una posible refundación de la UE? Aquí algunos puntos sobre el tema

La Hora de la Verdad
Al Oído mayo 13 de 2022

La Hora de la Verdad

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 21:00


El himno bella ciao usado en el evento de salida de Quintero Quintero que tiene de abogado lo que muchos de especialistas en agujeros negros, dice que la procuradora no tiene la facultad de suspenderlo Ahora sí Quintero haciendo política Cuba y Venezuela, primeros en el Índice Mundial de MISERIA. Rodríguez Zapatero estará en Colombia, dice el Pte Pastrana Ataque terrorista en Caloto - Cauca Jornadas de volanteo de la campaña Fico Presidente - Cuándo y dónde - Preguntan los oyentes y aquí les tenemos la respuesta

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia
«El camino de la vida»

Un Mensaje a la Conciencia

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 4:01


(Antevíspera del Día Internacional de la Familia) (Canción cantada por Carlos Rey en audio y en video) En 1991, fue elegida como «La canción más bella de Colombia», y en diciembre de 1999, como «La canción colombiana del siglo veinte», en ambas ocasiones por votación nacional en concursos convocados por RCN (Radio Cadena Nacional). Su compositor, Héctor Ochoa Cárdenas, nació en Medellín, Antioquia, en 1934. El tema de la canción es «El camino de la vida»: De prisa como el viento van pasando los días y las noches de la infancia. Un ángel nos depara sus cuidados mientras sus manos tejen las distancias. Después llegan los años juveniles: los juegos, los amigos, el colegio. El alma ya define sus perfiles, y empieza el corazón de pronto a cultivar un sueño. Y brotan, como un manantial, las mieles del primer amor.     El alma ya quiere volar, y vuela tras una ilusión. Y aprendemos que el dolor y la alegría son la esencia permanente de la vida. Y luego, cuando somos dos en busca de un mismo ideal, formamos un nido de amor, refugio que se llama hogar, y empezamos otra etapa del camino: un hombre, una mujer, unidos por la fe y la esperanza. Los frutos de la unión que Dios bendijo alegran el hogar con su presencia. ¿A quién se quiere más si no a los hijos? Son la prolongación de la existencia. Después ¡cuantos esfuerzos y desvelos para que no les falte nunca nada, para que cuando crezcan lleguen lejos y puedan alcanzar esa felicidad tan anhelada! Y luego cuando ellos se van, algunos sin decir adiós, el frío de la soledad golpea nuestro corazón. Es por eso, amor mío, que te pido por una y otra vez, si llego a la vejez, que estés conmigo. Gracias a Dios, el compositor Héctor Ochoa, que es el hijo número trece de los veinte que tuvieron sus padres, «frutos de la unión que Dios bendijo», no se desvió de su propio «camino de la vida» por seguir el consejo de su padre, el maestro, músico y compositor Eusebio Ochoa. Es que su padre había insistido en que «ser músico y compositor no ofrecía un futuro económicamente asegurado», sin imaginarse jamás que algún día habría más de cuarenta versiones grabadas y se venderían más de dos millones de copias de esta canción cuyo éxito, a juicio de Héctor mismo, se debe a que cada persona se identifica con ella y la define como un himno a los hijos, a la familia, al amor y a la vida.1 Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 «Héctor Ochoa Cárdenas (Compositor)», Colombianos destacados, Colombia.com En línea 5 noviembre 2007.

Conclusiones
Viuda del fiscal Pecci dijo que no tuvo ninguna amenaza concreta en los últimos tiempos, según el fiscal Doldán

Conclusiones

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 40:38


Claudia Aguilera, viuda del fiscal antidrogas de Paraguay Marcelo Pecci, quien fue asesinado en Cartagena, habría negado que su esposo fuera víctima de amenazas concretas o amedrentamientos recientemente, como lo explica Manuel Doldán, fiscal paraguayo a cargo de la investigación y quien viajó a Colombia. Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

The Epstein Chronicles
A Paraguayan Prosecutor Is Gunned Down On His Honeymoon In Colombia (5/13/22)

The Epstein Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 11:30


A top prosecutor from Paraguay was gunned down while he enjoyed his honeymoon with his wife. The assassins are alleged to have ridden up to the couple while they were on the beach and then proceeded to gun down the prosecutor before getting back on the Jet skis and making their getaway. Investigators say that it has all the hallmarks of a transnational hit. (commercial at 7:31)To contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/paraguayan-anti-mafia-prosecutor-killed-in-colombia/ar-AAX7qhg?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=fc978fd060314dd2bbc75b1b73015ec1

Beyond The Horizon
A Paraguayan Prosecutor Is Gunned Down On His Honeymoon In Colombia (5/13/22)

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 11:30


A top prosecutor from Paraguay was gunned down while he enjoyed his honeymoon with his wife. The assassins are alleged to have ridden up to the couple while they were on the beach and then proceeded to gun down the prosecutor before getting back on the Jet skis and making their getaway. Investigators say that it has all the hallmarks of a transnational hit. (commercial at 7:31)To contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/paraguayan-anti-mafia-prosecutor-killed-in-colombia/ar-AAX7qhg?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=fc978fd060314dd2bbc75b1b73015ec1

La Silla Vacía
Huevos Revueltos con changua bogotana

La Silla Vacía

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 6:11


Bogotá es una plaza clave para cualquier candidato presidencial. En la capital colombiana vive la cuarta parte de la población y se depositan 1 de cada 4 votos en las presidenciales. Aunque no es tan cierto ese mito que dice que “quien gana Bogotá, gana la presidencia”, la capital sí tiene fama de antiuribista y más cercana al voto alternativo y de izquierda. Por eso, en las encuestas a Gustavo Petro tiene una mayor favorabilidad que su puntaje nacional; y Federico Gutiérrez ya adhirió a varios políticos con votos bogotanos.Y a todas estas ¿Cómo se está moviendo la alcaldesa Claudia López de cara a las presidenciales?Producción: Fernando Cruz, periodista de La Silla Vacía.

Night Dreams Talk Radio
SHIPWRECKS & TREASURES Dr. Spence / WORLD 3 AFTER Sean Patrick Hazlett

Night Dreams Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 126:02


Dr. Spence Shipwrecks And Sunken Treasures Dr. Spence is an internationally known expert on shipwrecks and sunken treasures. His bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies was perhaps the first accredited academic degree ever awarded in the United States for any program in marine archaeology. He also received one of the first five doctorates (Doctor of Marine Histories, College of Marine Arts, 1972) ever awarded for marine archaeology anywhere in the world and he has long been considered one of the founding fathers of marine archaeology. His work has been funded by such institutions as the Savannah Ships of the Sea Museum, CRIL (the Caribbean Research Institute Ltd., Colombia, South America), the College of Charleston, the South Carolina Committee for the Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. In the early 1990s he served as Chief of Underwater Archaeology for Providencia Y San Andres, a 40,000 square mile archipelago in the Western Caribbean. He has authored more than two dozen books, and has served as an editor for a number of nationally distributed magazines. He is also an award winning cartographer and has published a number of maps and charts dealing with shipwrecks and treasure. Always an adventurer, Spence has traveled to a wide range of exotic places in the Far East, Europe, Central and South America. He has explored castles, palaces, shipwrecks, ancient ruins, secret tunnels, and subterranean and underwater caves. He has dived in the Great Lakes, the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Mediterranean, and the Caribbean. He has been shot at, buried in cave-ins, tangled in fishing nets, pinned under wreckage, run out of air, lost inside a wreck, and bitten by fish while pursuing his quests. Although Dr. Spence has discovered numerous historically significant shipwrecks, including the Civil War blockade runner Georgiana and the Confederate submarine Hunley, he hasn't only made discoveries underwater. He considers his identification of Charleston born banking and shipping magnate George Trenholm as the “Real Rhett Butler” to have been his most interesting non-shipwreck discovery. Trenholm's fleet of fast steamers earned today's equivalent of over one billion dollars running munitions, medicines, and merchandise through the Federal blockade. By the end of the Civil War, Trenholm was a major figure in the Confederate government. The United States actually charged Trenholm with treason and claimed he had made off with and concealed hundreds of millions in Confederate assets. Trenholm died without revealing his secrets. Spence is currently trying to uncover them. The State of South Carolina's claim of ownership to the Civil War submarine Hunley was based on Spence's 1970 discovery of that vessel and his subsequent gift of his salvage rights to it to the State. Spence's gift of his rights was made in September of 1995 at the official request of the Attorney General of South Carolina and the South Carolina Hunley Commission. In 2013, Dr. Spence announced his discoveries at Cape Romain of the 1894 wreck of the SS Ozama and the 1881 wreck of the SS United States. As an historian, Spence believes the biggest key to success on any expedition is the archival research that precedes it. Spence calls historical research “his drug of choice” and says, “In today's world, time is the most expensive part of a salvage expedition. Man-hours spent in the archives can cut hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of time from the field phase of most projects.”5/12/22 Sean Patrick Hazlett World War 3 Aftermath Sean Patrick Hazlett is an Army veteran and former captain, speculative fiction writer and editor, and finance executive in the San Francisco Bay area. He was born in Wilmington, Delaware, but trekked across the country to pursue an AB in history and BS in electrical engineering from Stanford University on an ROTC scholarship. He earned a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government where he won the 2006 Policy Analysis Exercise Award for his work on policy solutions to Iran's nuclear weapons program under the guidance of future secretary of defense Ashton B. Carter. While at the Harvard Kennedy School, he worked on the Harvard-Stanford Preventive Defense Project. He also holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School, where he graduated with Second Year Honors.As a cavalry officer in the elite 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Seam trained various units for war in Iraq and Afghanistan. While at the National Training Center in the Mojave Desert, he became an expert in Soviet doctrine and tactics, leading a Motorized Rifle Battalion. He has also published a Harvard Business School case study on the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment and how it exemplified a learning organization.Sean has worked in various roles in finance. He was an investment banker, an equity analyst covering industries ranging from cleantech to semiconductors to enterprise software. His seminal equity research report on the smart grid was cited in The Economist magazine. He has also worked in various corporate finance roles in Silicon Valley companies ranging from cybersecurity to hardware to enterprise software.Sean is a 2017 winner of the Writers of the Future Contest. Nearly fifty of his short stories have appeared in publications such as The Year's Best Military and Adventure SF, Year's Best Hardcore Horror, Robosoldiers, Worlds Long Lost, Terraform, Galaxy's Edge, Writers of the Future, Grimdark Magazine, Vastarien, and Abyss & Apex, among others. He is the editor of the Weird World War III and Weird World War.

Bestiario Politico
Bestiario Politico 44. Guerra en Ucrania, la compra de Twitter y un nuevo orden mundial. Parte 1

Bestiario Politico

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 45:21


En el episodio 44 grabamos y decidimos hacer 2 episodios sobre el nuevo orden mundial, la compra de twitter por Musk, la guerra en Ucrania y el estado electoral de parte del mundo.

Así las cosas
El piloto ofreció una disculpa e informó que había un avión en la pista donde estaban a punto de aterrizar: Lafuente

Así las cosas

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 4:17


El subdirector de El País América y El País México, Javier Lafuente, relató cómo se vivió el aterrizaje fallido en el AICM de un vuelo que despegó de Bogotá, Colombia.

The Remote Real Estate Investor
A real estate investor's guide to investing in agricultural land

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 21:08


Josh Ziegelbaum currently serves as Director of Investor Relations at Legacy Group and is based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He is responsible for managing investor communications, onboarding, individual and commercial clients, as well as overall support of company initiatives. The dynamic work experience Josh has gained throughout his career gives him a unique perspective on both sales and operations. Prior to joining Legacy Group, Josh worked as Vice President of Business Development for Lifeafar Capital, a boutique private equity and asset management firm where he led his team's capital-raising efforts. Before that, he was a Private Banker for Wells Fargo with a focus on complex credit needs and investments in public securities. During his time at Wells Fargo, Josh climbed through the ranks and received multiple internal recognitions and awards for his efforts. He most recently managed a book of business for high-net worth individuals and business owners in Miami Beach. Today, Josh shares about investing in ag land outside of the US and specifically in Colombia with a coffee company. Episode Links: https://legacy-group.co/ --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: What's going on everyone? Welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. Today with me I have Josh Ziegelbaum, the director of Investor Relations at the legacy group and Josh is going to be talking to us today about investments in ag land outside of the US and specifically in Colombia with a coffee company. So let's get into it.   Before we jump in today's episode, I just want to speak really briefly about Roofstock Academy which is Rootstocks one stop shop for Investor Education, independent of where you are in your investing journey, whether you're just getting started or already have a sizable portfolio, we have something for you. Over 50 hours of on demand lecture access to private slack forums, one on one coaching as well as mastermind groups, depending on which program you end up enrolling in. We definitely want encourage you to come check us out. I look forward to seeing you there. Happy investing.   Josh, what's going on, man. Welcome to the Remote Real Estate Investor. Thanks for hanging out with me.   Josh: Hey, Michael, I'm happy to be here.   Michael: Awesome, so before we hit record here, we were chatting a little bit about your background. But for those people who weren't privy to that conversation, give us a quick and dirty who you are, where do you come from and what is it that you do in real estate today?   Josh: Sure, happy to dive into that. So my name is Josh Ziegelbaum. I'm the director of Investor Relations for legacy group. We're an alternative asset manager focused on real assets in Latin America, our niche in the real estate space will be agriculture. Our portfolio company Green Coffee Company is the second largest coffee producer in Colombia. Today, we have the business on track to be the largest this year. So that's the niche in which we're in. It's certainly different than the typical space that most guys invest in. But we love the alternative investment space. I've been working in this industry for the last few years, but in financial services for more than the last decade. Prior to doing this, I was a private banker with Wells Fargo, in New Jersey, and then in Miami Beach and I currently sit in Fort Lauderdale and support our teams capital raising efforts and investor relations across our portfolio companies.   Michael: Right on, so taking a step back, I mean, you mentioned is an alternative asset company or company focused on alternative asset, what's an alternative asset for someone that might not be familiar?   Josh: Sure, it's anything that falls out of your scope of traditional investments. So traditional assets would be stocks, bonds, cash and equivalents. So typical investor portfolio, you may have heard the 60-40 approach that 60% bonds, or sorry, 60% stocks, 40% bonds, depends on the age, of course and those are what's traditional. So a financial advisor in the traditional space will say, all right, based on your age, and risk tolerance, you should have X amount stock in your portfolio, X amount of bonds and this much cash alternatives would be things like gold, real estate, cryptocurrencies, private equity, anything that falls out of the scope of traditional asset classes, and they're a great, I'm not saying anything bad about traditional investments, but alternatives are a great way to diversify portfolios and most of our investors, you know, they have stocks and bonds and cash in their portfolio, and we're looking to complement that.   Michael: So Josh, why is it important, in your opinion, taking, you know, putting on your kind of financial hat for a minute, just from a personal standpoint, why is it important to have alternative assets? I mean, Why can't someone just go into the stock and bond and cash world? What attracted you?   Josh: Yeah, I mean, coming from that industry of traditional investments, portfolio management, kind of selling ETFs, mutual funds, individual securities, that everything's somewhat cut and dry and there's similar offerings across the board at all banks, right and, I mean, you could, you know, no matter what you do in your portfolio, if you have all stocks, months, like April, everything's going down, right. So I mean, stocks perform well, in the long term, but it's important to have parts of your portfolio that are entirely uncorrelated, and that could weather a recession and that can weather inflation, right. So if you look at the inflation rate today, I mean, we're clocking over 8% a year right now. So even the historical return of a stock portfolio, it's, it's basically at or below inflation, you can go in yeah, you want to add assets to your portfolio that are uncorrelated and that can also you know, beat that. So I was attracted to the industry by the high returns, the interesting offerings, you know, early stage investing is sexy. It's something cool and suddenly you can't get in a bank. So, you know, I was I was attracted by the projects and social and environmental impact of the projects and really, you know, bringing something unique and interesting to a client base that they otherwise wouldn't have access to.   Michael: Right on, and let's talk about you mentioned, uncorrelated for someone that might not be familiar with what correlation is, or how to be thinking about that, in terms of portfolio theory, making give us a quick rundown of how people should be thinking about that and really what correlation means.   Josh: Correlation essentially means that assets move in tandem with one another. So there's certain assets called risk assets, stocks that usually move in tandem. So when there's, you've heard, everyone's probably heard of the S&P 500, or the Dow Jones Industrial Average. So this tracks the movements of a basket of securities. However, if you actually look granularly, at each one of the securities that makes up the Dow Jones or the S&P and you look at it during a trading day, they somewhat move together. So I mean, while we're recording this markets recovering post lunch, and looking, if you look at the stocks that make up an index, almost all of them are recovering at the same time. So that's correlation, so you want to have assets that move in opposite directions, and that aren't all tied to one another. Another term for this in the industry would be beta. So a beta of one means that if the S&P goes up 1%, the underlying security in reference also goes up 1%. So a younger growth investor looks for high beta names. But at the same time, when the market goes down, all the high beta names go down at the same time. So look at taking a step back, and kind of looking at a typical portfolio of stocks and bonds, people are now starting to add other assets there. So maybe that's real estate that they own personally, real estate that they own in a syndicated manner, whether that be apartment buildings, or something similar to that. cryptocurrency is one, I mean, we're hearing from a lot of professionals, two to 5% of your portfolio should be in crypto assets. So that's one that wasn't really taught when I when I was studying finance, but that's emerged, right. So we're seeing this emergence of alternative investments, and it's becoming more widely accepted that they should be a part of an investor's portfolio in order to mitigate risk. hedge against inflation and increased upside potential.   Michael: Okay, right on. So and that's kind of where the legacy group comes in. That's an offering that you all have for investors and specifically, you said, in Latin America, ag land is that the main focus in Colombia, of course.   Josh: That is right now. So we're an asset manager, we're focusing on early stage investment opportunities in operating businesses. So the Green Coffee Company, our flagship portfolio company, is an operating business in the agricultural space. So we founded the company about five years ago, we've gone through several funding rounds brought in over $25 million of equity capital primarily from the US and we're deploying that and buying up real assets farmland in Sagar Colombia, it's two to three hours outside of managing and we're consolidating infrastructure and building a world class operation. It's collateralized like it like a real estate play, but our investors get the upside of an operating business, our goal is to continue to acquire farmland and grow and establish ourselves to be in a position to exit through a sale or an IPO. For our investor base.   Michael: What a cool kind of approach.   Josh: Yeah, it's a bit of a hybrid. So it's like different than, you know, a traditional agricultural investment where, well, it's kind of hard to describe a traditional because it's hard to access. But if you bought a plot of land, you have access to the, you know, the cash flow that's produced on that particular plot of land. In our model, we, our investors own a slice of a large, very large plot of land, you know, over 5000 acres right now is what we control and but they have higher upside than just the cash flow. So we're building out mechanisms in which we can use coffee byproduct to create possibly a liquor or southern other alternative. We're building out processing facilities, roasting channels are on the horizon. So investors not only own the land of the underlying business, but they have the left side of the operations and we think that markets will reward this type of business in the years to come for the reasons I mentioned, and also because of the impact, you know, we're doing a lot of things to lift up the community in which we operate. something really special, and I can attest to the fact that it's something really unique that I haven't seen in any other offering.   Michael: Interesting, so there's some wisdom out there that says don't invest in anything you don't understand, or you can't explain and so if someone doesn't have a clue about the club, be in coffee market or ag land in general, how should they get educated before making an investment like this?   Josh: Yeah, so I would encourage you to follow us on social subscribe to our newsletter, it takes time to get comfortable with the asset manager that you're working with and we put out regular content that educates you on the coffee industry shows us videos and footage from the farms. In terms of our management team. You know, we have world class operators on the ground in Colombia. We've hired a 25 year veteran of the Colombian agriculture industry, Boris Molnar, to head up the Green Coffee Company has it CEO, we have our chief agronomist, as the former agronomist for Starbucks in Colombia, we have a really strong team and within our investment materials, there's more details on the management team and more of an explanation of the process and, and in the model. So in order to get comfortable, I would subscribe to us request our offering docs hop on a call with me happy to address questions individually, but definitely it takes a bit of time, of course.   Michael: Okay, cool and you were talking about the return profile, potentially out beating are outpacing inflation and having a really attractive return compared to your traditional investments. What are you seeing in terms of returns to your investors over the last couple of years with Green Coffee Company?   Josh: Sure, we're about to launch our Series C funding round, we're expecting to launch that and in July, and our expectation is to do that, at $1,000 a share up from 700 a share in our series B round and we're currently forecasting 8x net returns for our investors or in terms of an IRR or internal rate of return 53% annualized through a 2026 exit. The value that we've delivered to date is up rounds for all of our earlier investors. The seed round was at $500 a share and most recently, our B was at 700. So we've delivered significant value for our investors through capital appreciation. But from here, there's even more upside, like I said at the current are what we're expecting to be the next funding round. We're forecasting 8x net returns way higher than the inflation rate in the US and forecasting right now.   Michael: That's awesome and so should investors expect a cash flow dividend or payment on any kind of regular frequency or not until the exit of the company are they IPO?   Josh: Yeah, that's a great question, Michael. So we are modeling in dividends and cashflow on an annual basis. In our investor presentation it's forecasted to begin in 2023 for the 2022 operating year, and to continuously pay dividends each year of throughout operations until we exit. It's mostly a growth investment. So the bulk of the return is going to be realized when we sell the business or we IPO. But there's definitely a cashflow component that that we're modeling in here.   Michael: Interesting, so in a syndication play, a lot of syndicators will give investors the opportunity at the exit to 1031 their money, keep their money with the operator, we're gonna go invest it into a new property, you're not going to pay any capital gains tax. How does it work with this because it's really a business more so than a real estate asset in the US specifically, because it's international, so how does that all work?   Josh: That's a great question, Michael. So we've structured the investment to be in the US. So our investors are receiving common equity in Green Coffee Company holdings and it's a US based investment for all intents and purposes, the assets are primarily in Colombia, but the structure of the business is here in the States. Now, once we exit, whether that if it's through an IPO, we would classify that as a liquidity event, investors would be able to sell their shares without a lockup period. But you're not forced to sell in the event of an IPO. Similar, like if someone comparatively if we're exiting a commercial real estate deal, you have to take your money out and like if they're selling or the refinancing, they're gonna give you your money out. But if we go public, there's optionality there, you could sell a portion you could sell all you could sell none, it's actually the investor could not realize any capital gains if they wanted to. Now, there's no ability to 1031 stocks, right. So even though there's underlying real estate, and it's a US based investment, there's no ability to do a 1031 exchange with this type of product. However, investors can invest in a tax deferred manner. We have people who invest in retirement accounts, traditional IRAs or Roth IRAs, so that they could essentially accomplish what you're saying, but within a retirement account, that's a way in which people could do it. I didn't mention this, but it's a it's open for accredited investors only. So it's a 506 C offering minimum investments 100,000 so most of our investors are high net worth or ultra are high net worth and it's a means in which to complement their current portfolio, but um, no ability on the 1031. But there's there are other tax advantages through an IRA that can be achieved.   Michael: Okay, interesting. Have you ever looked into qualified opportunity zones?   Josh: We have, so I have experience in that through another portfolio company of ours, we were developing opportunity's own projects in in Puerto Rico, which is a US territory. Now, the business as it relates to coffee, the coffee business, it's in the US, but the assets, the farmland, it's all in Colombia. So there's no the opportunity's own legislation is specific to the US and its territories. So that we unfortunately, we don't have ability to use utilize the opportunity's own legislation for this project.   Michael: But I'm wondering about actually going the other way with it. So if it's considered a stock and someone sells shares of their stock and has a capital gain, if they invest those gains into a fund, I think that there might be opportunity there as well.   Josh: That's right on the back end, if an investor I mean, assuming that the opportunity zone legislation remains intact, at the exit, right. When an investor gets a distribution, they could, like you said, theoretically identify and opportunities on investment to roll their capital gain into to relieve to alleviate some of the tax burden.   Michael: Yeah, but definitely talk to a tax professional before doing any of this stuff, because we're not tax advisers. It's really interesting. So I'm curious, Josh, I think a lot of investors, especially in the states understand some of the risks and the downside associated with real estate investing, specifically with regard to single family homes. That's why they have insurance, that sort of thing. What kind of risks and downsides are you seeing as potentials that people should be aware of in the coffee industry down in Colombia?   Josh: Yeah, I think the main one is weather. So you know, in agriculture, whether it's Columbia us, I mean, weather is something that needs to be mitigated. It's just the main risk when it comes to agriculture. Last year, the harvest in Colombia, it was lighter than expected across the board. There was also some adverse weather patterns in Brazil and other parts of the world. This pushed up coffee commodity prices dramatically, however, it lowered production of the farmland, so a bit of a double edged sword, we were able to benefit from the increase in prices. But there is some uncertainty as it relates to weather and we have to mitigate it. We use methods in which to monitor soil weather patterns and we have some world class technology on the farms in order to monitor and mitigate on the weather side and be proactive. But I would say that's a risk that investors need to be aware of, in the end.   Michael: It was great to know and you mentioned social and environmental impacts. Can you talk to that a little bit?   Josh: Sure, on the social side, it's my favorite one. So we're the largest start there. We're the largest employer in Sagar. It's a town in which we operate. We have great relationship with the mayor and the local officials there. We recently inaugurated a processing facility at the end of last year, we had the America mount the chief of police, the head of the Council of American enterprises doing business in the country and what we're doing in the community is something really special, we're providing fair and equal employment with above average wages, paid time off, fringe and benefits in an industry that does not have benefits, and that pays its employees with cash. So we're taking an industry that's done in this informal manner, and we're formalizing it and we're more really lifting up the community and you could see it when you're there. There's so much passion behind the work that's done by the employees. It's something it's really special to me, and we're employing several 100 people and growing and, yeah, we have an entire presentation on social and environmental impact. On the environmental side of some things that we're doing, we're planting the coffee with through a system called an Ella pod. It allows us to plant biodegradable pods for the new trees instead of coffee, but instead of plastic bags, so we're removing tons and tons of waste from the environment with our planting methods. On fertilizers, we're spraying the trees at the base. So we're reducing the amount of fertilizer that's used and we're also preventing harm to the surrounding area. We do reforestation and a lot of different things and we're working on a solar project. Now that's in the works. So a lot of things on the environmental side as well, I would say.   Michael: Very, very cool. So Josh, this has been super fun, man. Where can people learn more about you and learn more about Green Coffee Company get in touch with folks at Legacy group? How, you know, how should they go about doing that?   Josh: Yeah, definitely go to our website. That's legacy/group.co. Maybe we could put a link to that in the show notes, then our email address investor.relations@legacy/group.co and you can find us on social media through LinkedIn, Instagram, but definitely check out our website, subscribe to our newsletter. I think that's the best way to get in touch with us and always happy to connect for a call or through email as well.   Michael: Perfect, Josh, thank you so much. I really appreciate it and can't wait to stay in touch. see where this goes.   Josh: Thanks, Michael. Appreciate your time as well.   Michael: Hey, you got it, take care. So that was episode everyone a big thank you to Josh for coming on super interesting business model with that hybrid approach of kind of stock company private equity as well as the real estate side of things. So definitely go give their company website at checkout. As always, if you liked the episode, please feel free to leave us a rating or review wherever you get your podcasts these are really, really, really helpful for us, and we look forward to seeing our next one. Happy investing…

El método Arjona project
Cosas que emputan . "Remake"

El método Arjona project

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 44:42


Si usted es un viejito, es cajero de banco, o trabaja en el counter de una aerolínea, este podcast no es para usted. Y si su caso es que no ve a su padrino desde el bautizo, tampoco se lo recomendamos, porque se va a "emputar"

Latino Rebels Radio
The Green Wave

Latino Rebels Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 25:39


Following last week's Supreme Court draft opinion leak that may mark the end of abortion rights in the U.S., Latino Rebels Radio host Julio Ricardo Varela speaks with journalist Juanita Ramos Ardila to discuss why some countries in Latin America are going in the other direction and how feminist groups in Colombia, Mexico and Argentina are leading the charge.

Noticentro
Ebrard afirmó que se necesita de todos los países de la Cumbre de las Américas para reforzar las relaciones

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 1:22


Ebrard afirmó que se necesita de todos los países de la Cumbre de las Américas para reforzar las relaciones Alrededor de 150 migrantes, fueron rescatados en QuerétaroLa Corte Constitucional de Colombia despenalizó el suicidio médicamente asistido

A Phil Svitek Podcast - A Series From Your 360 Creative Coach
A Bogotá Trip — Official Selection at the Marina del Rey Film Festival

A Phil Svitek Podcast - A Series From Your 360 Creative Coach

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 1:42


I'm excited to announce that A Bogotá Trip has been officially selected to be part of the Marina Del Rey Film Festival. You can purchase tickets here: https://tinyurl.com/ABogotaTrip. If you're unaware, A Bogotá Trip is about Two sets of American tourists who bump into each other in Bogota, Colombia, which sparks potential relationships that could spell disaster for their lives back home. (Runtime is 93 minutes. For more info, check out our IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt15120818/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1). Being part of this festival is a huge honor. All films screen at the CineMark in the Howard Hughes center. Our screening is Monday, June 20th at 7:30pm. Hope to see you there! Further Links: A Bogotá Trip Film Website: https://philsvitek.com/a-bogota-trip/ A Bogotá Trip IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt15120818/

Comite de Lectura
Escena Internacional con Farid Kahhat

Comite de Lectura

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 20:20


El podcast para suscriptores de Farid Kahhat analiza las noticias internacionales más importantes de los últimos días. Hoy, Farid nos habla sobre la muerte de un fiscal paraguayo en Colombia y nos brinda un análisis histórico y político de la victoria del partido político Sinn Féin en Irlanda del Norte. Este podcast es producido con la colaboración de Gabriela Rodríguez. También puedes ver este podcast en YouTube: https://youtu.be/HaiP0qwbJpc Si quieres tener acceso a todos los episodios de este podcast exclusivo, puedes suscribirte a Comité de Lectura usando este link: https://comitedelectura.pe/planes/

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
JobMakers: Jackie Krick Trains the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs (#52)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 24:03


This week on JobMakers, host Denzil Mohammed talks with Jackie Krick, immigrant from Colombia and founder, president and CEO of ECU Communications in Manassas, Virginia. They discuss the entrepreneurial spirit of the newest Americans – immigrants – and why they are twice as likely to start a business and create jobs. For Jackie, it took a […]

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe
Luis Díaz in Court | Liverpool

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 3:23


Liverpool forward Luis Díaz in a lawsuit between Atlético Junior and FC Porto. Luis Fernando Díaz Marulanda is a Colombian professional footballer who plays as a winger for Premier League club Liverpool and the Colombia national team. Liverpool Football Club is a professional football club based in Liverpool, England, that competes in the Premier League, the top tier of English football. Domestically, the club has won nineteen League titles, seven FA Cups, a record nine League Cups and fifteen FA Community Shields. Futebol Clube do Porto, MHIH, OM, commonly known as FC Porto or simply Porto, is a Portuguese professional sports club based in Porto. It is best known for the professional football team playing in the Primeira Liga, the top flight of Portuguese football. The Colombia national football team represents Colombia in men's international football and is managed by the Colombian Football Federation, the governing body for football in Colombia. They are a member of CONMEBOL and are currently ranked 16th in the FIFA World Rankings. Club Deportivo Popular Junior F.C. S.A., commonly known as Junior de Barranquilla, by its old name Atlético Junior, or simply as Junior, is a Colombian professional football team based in Barranquilla

Conclusiones
¿Qué se sabe del asesinato del fiscal paraguayo Marcelo Pecci en Colombia?

Conclusiones

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 40:06


La búsqueda de un sospechoso del asesinato de Marcelo Pecci, fiscal antidrogas de Paraguay, avanza en Colombia, mientras surgen las interrogantes sobre cuál fue el móvil del crimen. ¿Podría involucrar a un cartel internacional de drogas? La diputada Celeste Amarilla no descarta esta posibilidad y declara que la muerte de Pecci obedece a un plan de convertir a Paraguay en una "narcodemocracia". Escucha lo que dijo en Conclusiones. Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

The Golden Ticket
Encanto

The Golden Ticket

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 65:05


On this episode Jovan and Special Guest, Lorena Peralta, are discussing the movie Encanto, directed by Byron Howard and Jared Bush. And, starring Stephenie Beatriz, John Leguizamo, Wilmer Valderrama, and many other phenomenal actors. A quick synopsis, “The Madrigals are an extraordinary family who live hidden in the mountains of Colombia in a charmed place called the Encanto. The magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift -- every child except Mirabel. However, she soon may be the Madrigals last hope when she discovers that the magic surrounding the Encanto is now in danger.”

El Washington Post
El asesinato del fiscal paraguayo. El alcalde de Medellín y la campaña. Ferdinand Marcos Jr.

El Washington Post

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 19:57


De los principales sospechosos del crimen hablamos con Martha Soto de "El Tiempo" de Bogotá. De la campaña en Colombia, con el analista Camilo Granada. Y sobre por qué ganó "Bongbong" en Filipinas, con Pablo M. Díez del "ABC" de Madrid

Womansplaining / 070 Podcasts
T5 E5 "Si un gobierno compra balas, necesita cuerpos donde ponerlas"

Womansplaining / 070 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 53:38


El proyecto Colombianización de la artista Nadia Granados es una radiografía de cómo la violencia brutal a la que somos sometidos en este país está estrechamente vinculada con algunas maneras de entender la masculinidad. En “Colombianización”, por ejemplo, vemos a Granados disfrazada, encarnando a varios colombianos de bien que sacan sus camionetas y salen a disparar, o haciendo el monólogo de un sicario que abrió un perfil en redes sociales o el de un hombre cuyo trabajo es dar conferencias sobre el país más feliz del mundo. Granados, que a lo largo de las décadas se ha destacado como una artista del performance, ha sabido poner en su obra preguntas sobre el género, la identidad nacional y la violencia ejercida sobre cuerpos disidentes. ¿De qué manera el arte puede mostrar un retrato grotesco y agudo de la sociedad colombiana que cada vez está más derechizada? ¿Cómo puede una artista tomar sus experiencias personales y examinarlas y cuestionarlas por medio de la creación? ¿Por qué es urgente que quememos y sigamos quemando a figuras poderosas que buscan, por medio de la manipulación mediática, colocarse en un pedestal moral? ¿Es posible hacer humor político en Colombia? Para ver más del trabajo de Nadia, ingresa a: http://nadiagranados.com/wordpress/

La Hora Faniática
El Marimbero de Daniel Santos con la Charanga Vallenata

La Hora Faniática

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 55:34


En 1981 salió el disco El Marimbero, de Daniel Santos y la Charanga Vallenata, publicado por Bárbaro Records. Bárbaro era un sello filial de Fania Records, que había creado la editora Música Latina Internacional, a la que estaban suscritas otras filiales como Nuestra. Pero así como Nuestra nació con la idea de difundir música puertorriqueña, Bárbaro se hizo para mover la música cubana. No siempre fue así. En todo caso, 1981 fue un año vital para esta compañía que aprovechó el boom de la charanga vallenata de Roberto Torres con el sello SAR y su filial Guajiro para hacer ese mismo sonido con Daniel Santos y la orquesta Charanga Vallenata. Fue una vuelta de tuerca que comprometió a Colombia, país del vallenato, donde lo prensó el sello Papagayo y también Famoso, filial de Codiscos. De todo esto hablaremos hoy en La Hora Faniática.

La Silla Vacía
Huevos Revueltos a la Jorge Iván Ospina

La Silla Vacía

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 7:10


Buscando pesar dentro de la campaña del Pacto Histórico de Gustavo Petro, el candidato más opcionado hoy para llegar a la Casa de Nariño, el alcalde de Cali, Jorge Iván Ospina intentó enviar emisarios a la campaña. Pero le dijeron que no. Hoy les contamos el por qué del portazo del Pacto a Ospina y la estrategia de la izquierda para seguir aumentando su votación en la capital más importante del Pacífico colombiano.Producción: Fernando Cruz, periodista de La Silla Vacía.

Crímenes Imperfectos
Crimenes en Colombia - Las familias del capitan -

Crímenes Imperfectos

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 40:48


086. Crimenes en Colombia - Las familias del capitan -

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Bella Dose

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 45:16


We had the pleasure of interviewing Bella Dose over Zoom video! Bella Dose, named one of People's “25 Emerging Musical Artists You Should Add to Your Playlist”, recently released their next single “BITE!” 2021 proved to be a successful year for emerging LatinX talent, Bella Dose. The Latina girl group made quiet the introduction over the summer with the TikTok success of their song ‘Si Me Llamas', which is about leaving that toxic ex “on read.” Off their debut EP ‘SUELTA', the dance friendly tracked garnered over 1 billion views across the app, with nearly 115,000 videos using the song. On the heels of the EP's success, the girls will once again pivot their versatile talents with their English hit, “BITE!,”. BELLA DOSE is ready to take on the world with their charisma, versatility, chemistry, and passion for the art of music. Brianna, Jenni, Thais, and Melany gained much traction from their masterful covers of the most popular songs, especially their most viewed rendition of Nicky Jam and Ozuna's “Te Robaré”. They have been working diligently and building their own original music repertoire of English and Spanish songs that they write themselves. Besides writing, all members sing, dance, and engineer their own sessions. Originating in Miami, Florida, the girls come from diverse Latin backgrounds with heritages from Cuba, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Colombia and Chile, and they keep true to their roots through their catchy hooks and hypnotically danceable beats. With a growing fanbase of over 2.3 Million followers on TikTok and 299.5K followers on Instagram, BELLA DOSE has a promising future. Their unique position in the market, their versatility, style, work ethic, and true talent, have made the girls become a real threat and ones to watch in 2022 We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #BellaDose #Bite #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod

Cinco continentes
Cinco Continentes - Consternación por el asesinato de una periodista palestina en Israel

Cinco continentes

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 42:13


Estamos en Israel, pocas horas después del asesinato de una conocida periodista palestina que trabajaba para el canal " Al Jazeera" y que fue abatida en la ciudad de Yenin. Conectamos con Fran Sevilla que nos trae la última hora del conflicto en Ucrania, sabremos cómo será la campaña de Marine Le Pen para las elecciones legislativas de Francia del próximo mes de junio, y entrevistamos a Rodrigo Lara, que concurre como candidato a la vicepresidencia de Colombia junto a "Fico" Gutiérrez en las elecciones presidenciales del país de dentro de unos días. Escuchar audio

Cinco continentes
Cinco continentes - Rodrigo Lara: "Fico Gutiérrez representa a toda Colombia"

Cinco continentes

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 27:06


A menos de tres semanas para la primera vuelta de las elecciones en Colombia, hablamos con Rodrigo Lara Sánchez, el candidato a la Vicepresidencia del aspirante de la coalición conservadora, Fico Gutiérrez. Las encuestas les sitúan en segundo lugar tras el izquierdista Gustavo Petro y su compañera de fórmula, Francia Márquez, con quienes se enfrentarían en una segunda cita con las urnas el 19 de junio. Lara asegura que aspiran a gobernar para todos y representando a todas las regiones de Colombia en un momento en el que el país afronta problemas sociales, aumento de la pobreza y preocupación en materia de seguridad en medio de una campaña donde la tensión política amenaza con empeorar. Escuchar audio