In 1435 the Hanse can look back at a string of successes. Another war with Denmark won, the patrician regime in Lübeck and elsewhere restored, conflicts with Burgundy and England settled in their favour. But as Winston Churchill once remarked, “The problems of victory are more agreeable than those of defeat, but they are no less difficult.”And these problems are raising their ugly heads….The music for the show is Flute Sonata in E-flat major, H.545 by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach (or some claim it as BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach) performed and arranged by Michel Rondeau under Common Creative Licence 3.0.As always:Homepage with maps, photos, transcripts and blog: www.historyofthegermans.comFacebook: @HOTGPod Twitter: @germanshistoryInstagram: history_of_the_germansReddit: u/historyofthegermansPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/Historyofthegermans
Within Brims Skin. Spooky Time Comes Alive #225 -- Brim, accompanied by his wing-man Alex DaPonte and Megan Suss as the gang chats about how Halloween is the best holiday, even though Alex may disagree. Brim chats about his video collaboration with food trucks in Austin, Texas. (The state, not the person.) Brim also tells a story of the illegal vendors on the Brooklyn Bridge. Lastly, the gang questions whether or not in Denmark they call Danishs Danishs. Brim explains what gets Within Brim's Skin.
Egg quality is a major buzz in this landscape. Besides age, it's not quite clear why egg quality issues are so rampant. Some women's ovaries are behaving as if they are already aged out. Much of the time this just isn't so. There is often an angle not yet explored. As always, I make it my mission to deliver you the goods on how to improve your chances of conception whether trying naturally or via IVF. Today's session sheds light on a lesser-known fertility hack, light therapy. Recent advances in fertility care include low-level laser light therapy (LLLT), otherwise known as photobiomodulation. This non-invasive treatment is a rather inexpensive assisted reproductive technology that can be used alongside other methods, such as acupuncture, to increase your chances of conceiving a healthy pregnancy. The best part? You can use it at home! The benefits of red light therapy occur on a cellular level as it supports the powerful functioning of the mitochondria. When this type of therapy is administered, there is an increased production of nitric oxide which improves coronary blood flow, directly benefiting the testes and ovaries. Application to the neck can also result in a systemic release of beneficial hormones. A research study from Denmark explored the administration of LLLT therapy to the lower abdomen in women for a duration of 23 minutes 1-2 centimeters above the skin. After two weeks and six treatments, researchers found there was a 65% success rate in those who participated after years of unexplained infertility. Failed implantation an issue? LLLT has been shown to help in this area too. Invigorating the mitochondria of the cells boosts any tissue needed for reproduction. And the research supports it too. However, these treatments are not exclusive to the ladies! This therapy also does wonders for sperm quality, so the men can participate as well. Treatment sessions where the light is placed 1-2 centimeters from the testes for a duration of 10 seconds showed that sperm concentrations increased from 2 million to 40 million in just a single session. Tune into today's session to see if LLLT therapy is something you'd consider adding to your fertility regime, you may be surprised by the results! You'll Learn: What LLLT therapy is How LLLT therapy is helpful for reproductive health The importance of the mitochondria as it pertains to fertility Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think others would love to hear it, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode or want to be a guest on the show? Leave a comment in the section below or visit the website to contact me!www.naturnalife.comSubscribing to The Podcast:If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Amazon, or whatever your favorite podcast app is!Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. So if you have a minute, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts!
When it comes to music education, we often find ourselves immersed in the melodies, harmonies, and rhythms of our favorite songs. But have you ever thought about the art of asking questions in the music classroom? It's a topic rarely discussed, yet it plays a profound role in shaping the musical journey of students. Join us on a captivating exploration of Dr. Philip Tacka's innovative strategies that illuminate the path to a deeper understanding of music. Philip Tacka received his doctorate from The Catholic University of America and completed a year of postdoctoral work at the Franz Liszt Academy, Budapest/Zoltan Kodály Pedagogical Institute in Hungary. He is a Professor of Music in The Tell School of Music at Millersville University of Pennsylvania. His research interests center on the all aspects of music education though he has a particular emphasis on music perception and cognition. He writes in collaboration with Dr. Micheál Houlahan, chair of The Tell School of Music. Their publications include Kodály Today and the accompanying seven volumes in the Oxford University Press series. Two new volumes, Choral Artistry: A Kodály Perspective for Middle School to College Level Choirs and Choral Sight Reading are scheduled to be published in 2023 by Oxford. A more complete listing of publications is included below. He has been involved in Kodály Teacher Training programs every year since the early 1980s and has written and provided professional development for four United States Department of Education grants awarded to both the Austin and Houston, Texas Independent School Districts. Dr. Tacka has also served on editorial boards and served as a grant evaluator for more than a decade on the American Fellowship Panel for the American Association of University Women. Prior to his current position, he was an Associate Professor of Music in the Department of Art, Music & Theatre at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. and worked with the Georgetown University Medical School's Institute for Cognitive and Computational Science in the neuropsychology of music perception. He regularly presents papers and workshops both nationally and internationally on aspects of music education, music perception and cognition, and Kodály studies and has lectured in Italy, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Estonia, the Netherlands, and England. In March, 2016 he was awarded the Organization of American Kodály Educators (OAKE) Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2017 received a distinguished alum award from the Hungarian government. Connect with Dr. Tacka at: Website: Sound Thinking Interactive FB and Tiktok: @soundthinkinginteractive Facebook Group: Houlahan & Tacka & Kodály Studies ___________________________________________________ Read the full blog post: How to Ask Questions in the Music Classroom Enroll in the Sound Thinking Interactive Subscription Grab your free Simplifying Lesson Planning guide. Sign up for teacher coaching or business coaching with Jessica. Find out more about the Curriculum Design Roadmap course here. Get your copy of Make A Note: What You Really Need to Know About Teaching Elementary Music --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thedomesticmusician/message
GDP Script/ Top Stories for Sept 27th Publish Date: Sept 26th From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast Today is Wednesday, September 27th, and happy heavenly birthday to musician Meatloaf. **** **** I'm Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Mall of Georgia Chrysler Dodge Jeep. Jackson EMC Foundation awards $37K to agencies serving Gwinnett County residents Contemporary Classics offers 'A Karaoke Riot!' as first production of the season Around the World in the DTL returns to Lawrenceville All of this and more is coming up on the Gwinnett Daily Post podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen daily and subscribe! Break 1 : M.O.G. Story 1: Jackson EMC Foundation awards $37K to agencies serving Gwinnett County residents The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors has awarded a total of $196,771 in grants, with $37,500 allocated to organizations serving Gwinnett County residents. The grants include: $15,000 to Boy With a Ball in Buford for curriculum materials to support the Velocity Cross Age Mentoring program. This program pairs high school mentors with middle school students in Gwinnett County, focusing on building connectedness, self-esteem, identity, and academic skills. $15,000 to Barrow Ministry Village in Winder for its counseling program, offering affordable counseling services to needy families in Jackson EMC's service area. The program targets individuals dealing with PTSD, anxiety, and family issues. $7,500 to Bethel Haven in Watkinsville for its Mental Health Counseling Program, providing mental health services and therapeutic counseling sessions for distressed children, teens, adults, and families in Jackson EMC's service counties. These grants are made possible through the Operation Round Up program, where cooperative members round up their electric bills to support local initiatives. Since 2005, this program has contributed over $19.4 million to communities served by Jackson EMC. Eligible individuals and charitable organizations in the 10-county service area may apply for Foundation grants, and membership with Jackson EMC is not a requirement.....…..read more at gwinnettdailypost.com STORY 2: Contemporary Classics offers 'A Karaoke Riot!' as first production of the season Contemporary Classics Theatre is set to kick off its new season with "A Karaoke Riot!"—a contemporary adaptation of Clifford Odets' 1930s play "Waiting for Lefty." Directed by Mike Weiselberg, the play offers a unique twist: audience participation. Ticket holders will be part of a special environment where they play the role of "ride share" drivers in a taxi strike, adding an immersive element to the experience. The play combines humor and satire with serious themes, highlighting the importance of fair wages and workplace respect. "A Karaoke Riot!" will be performed on October 20 and 21 at Sweetwater Bar and Grill in Duluth, Georgia. STORY 3: Around the World in the DTL returns to Lawrenceville Lawrenceville is hosting "Around the World in the DTL," a two-day festival in partnership with the Atlanta International Night Market. The event, taking place on the Lawrenceville Lawn, celebrates the city's diverse cultures and communities. Visitors can enjoy an international bazaar with unique items and global cuisine. The festival includes entertainment such as exotic dance performances and cultural showcases. On Friday, "Los Chicos del 512: The Selena Experience – Selena Tribute" will be featured on the Lawrenceville Lawn Stage. Saturday offers a showcase of performances and culinary delights from around the world, with over 50 vendors and more. The event aims to promote cultural diversity and understanding in the community. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.874.3200 for more info. We'll be right back Break 2: Slappey – Tom Wages - Obits – Cumming Fair STORY 4: Gwinnett County champs lead way at Wingfoot XC Classic At the Wingfoot XC Classic, Gwinnett County champions Jewel Wells and Jameson Pifer stood out. Wells finished 8th in the Varsity Championship Girls race with a time of 18:37, while Pifer secured the 12th position in the Varsity Championship Boys competition with a time of 15:35. Mill Creek's girls, including Wells, placed 13th with 318 points. Wesleyan's girls finished 12th with 307 points. Pifer, along with other top Gwinnett finishers Wood Moore and Eli Griggs, contributed to their respective teams' performances. Mill Creek's boys finished 17th overall. STORY 5: International players boost Providence Christian football's historic start Providence Christian's football team has seen success thanks in part to the addition of international players, including six from Canada, five from Germany, and one each from England and Denmark. These players have contributed to the team's undefeated start to the season. The influx of international talent began under previous head coach Joe Sturdivant, who has extensive experience coaching football overseas. The players seek opportunities to play college football in the U.S., and they have adjusted to the differences in climate, competition level, and speed of the game. Their presence has enriched the school's culture and provided diverse backgrounds on the team. We'll be back in a moment Break 3: ESOG – Ingles 2 STORY 6: Peachtree Ridge defeats Dunwoody in softball Peachtree Ridge dominated Dunwoody with a 10-2 victory in fastpitch softball. Kenadie Garcia excelled as the winning pitcher with an RBI double. A.J. Muhammad, Amiya Hunt, and Mariella Morales played key roles in the Lions' offense. Mountain View had a successful day, winning two Region 8-AAAAAAA games, including a 15-0 victory over Central Gwinnett and a 6-2 win over Dacula. Riley Ashby and Rylie Smith were standouts. Brookwood defeated Duluth 8-0 in five innings, with Lorelei Sullivan and Nya Langlais leading the way. Archer secured an 11-3 victory over Shiloh, with Kaylee Lapides and Mia Johnson standing out. Discovery suffered a 25-8 loss to Chestatee in volleyball. Hebron Christian split their volleyball matches, defeating Franklin County but losing to Oconee County. Key players included Addison Griffin, Malia Silva, and Brooke Thao. STORY 7: Ambulance involved in 'serious injury' crash at intersection of Jimmy Carter Blvd. A serious accident occurred involving an ambulance and a passenger car at the intersection of Jimmy Carter Blvd. and Quails Lake Village Lane. The Gwinnett County Police are investigating the incident. The driver of the car is being treated at a local hospital, while no one from Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services was injured. The ambulance was responding to a medical call with lights and sirens on, traveling in the center turn lane due to heavy traffic. The car attempted a left turn in front of the ambulance, resulting in a collision on the driver's side. The investigation is ongoing, and details are preliminary. We'll have final thoughts after this. Break 4: Henssler 60 Thanks again for hanging out with us on today's Gwinnett Daily Post podcast. 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Comet Bio is a technology-enabled food ingredient company that, after eight years, is finally ready to churn out food ingredients. The company extracts fiber — arabinoxylan to be specific — from wheat straw and turns it into an ingredient for food companies to use in food for human consumption. This is a win-win for everyone involved: New demand for an Ag by-product (straw) is always good, creating a product that adds up to 100 times value is even better. Comet's CEO, Rich Troyer explains the process, the product, and the potential. The company's first processing facility is in Denmark, with plans to build and open a facility in North American wheat country in the future. Sponsored by: Pattern Ag pattern.ag AGvisorPRO getagvisorpro.com Truterra truterraag.com
Della married her first husband in 1915, in 1920 her daughter and husband would die within a couple of week of each other. Several more people in Della's life would die not long after visiting with her. Coincidence? Likely not. Join us as we dive into this fascinating case as our last Serial Killer for September! Crimes & Closets is a true crime podcast production of Skoldon, LLC. Sources: Excerpts from the book Sorensen Family from Denmark to America Newspapers.com - Articles from the following Newspapers Omaha Daily Bee – April 21, 1925 Falls City Daily News – April 22, 1925 and April 23, 1925 Omaha Daily News – April 20, 1925 Nebraska Daily Press – April 21, 1925 Grand Island Daily Independent – April 21, 1925 The Hastings Journal – April 21, 1925 The Lincoln Star – April 19, 1925 Wikipedia search of Strychnine and St. Vitus Dance https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/44871149/della-sorensen --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/crimesandclosets/message
On the Shawn Bolz Show today, we are going to talk about Torben! Do you recall the pastor from Denmark who sought asylum in the U.S.? After a challenging year in detention, he's been returned to Denmark. Today, we're privileged to have him with us, ready to share his deeply moving journey and insights into the global spiritual climate. Shawn Bolz My Website: www.bolzministries.com or Download the free Bolz Ministries App for all of this in one easy place Come join me at my Social Media: Facebook: Shawnbolz Twitter: ShawnBolz Instagram: ShawnBolz TikTok: ShawnBolz YouTube: ShawnBolz Find me at TV: On TBN: https://www.tbn.org/people/shawn-bolz Watch my series on the names of God: Discovering God series: https://bit.ly/3erdrJ9 Watch my series on hearing God's voice: Translating God series: https://bit.ly/3xbcSd5 Watch my weekly series/Vodcast on CBN News Network: Exploring the Marketplace https://bit.ly/3B81e41 Join me for my podcasts on Charisma Podcast Network: News Commentary: Prophetic Perspectives: https://bit.ly/3L9b5ej Exploring the Marketplace: https://bit.ly/3QyHoo5 Exploring the Prophetic: https://bit.ly/3QyHoo5 Take a class or attend an event at our Spiritual Growth Academy: Our 4 week classes and monthly events are designed to do the heavy lifting in your spiritual growth journey. Learn how to hear from God, stay spiritually healthy, and impact the world around you. https://bit.ly/3B2luDR Take a read: Translating God - Hearing God's voice for yourself and the world around you https://bit.ly/3RU2X3F Encounter - A spiritual encounter that will shape your faith https://bit.ly/3tNAW4Y Through the Eyes of Love - http://bit.ly/2pitHTb Wired to Hear - Hearing God's voice for your place of career and influence https://bit.ly/3kLsMn9 Growing Up With God - Chapter book and kids curriculum https://bit.ly/3eDRF5a Keys to Heaven's Economy - Understanding the resources for your destiny https://bit.ly/3TZAc7u Read my articles: At CBN News : https://bit.ly/3BtwSdp At Charisma News : https://bit.ly/3RxPJtz EMAIL: My Assistant: email@example.com Our resources: firstname.lastname@example.org Our office: email@example.com #TheShawnBolzShow #TorbenSondergaard #PatrickBetDavid #PropheticWord
In episode #119 Chris meets with Allan Holmgren and they discuss the early days of DISPUK, Allan's relationship with Michael White, and the introduction of narrative therapy in Denmark. Chris also inquires about Allan's approach in developing relational and narrative practices in management and organizational change. Chris Hoff PhD, LMFT We want to hear from you! Youtube: http://bit.ly/2i0DmaT Website: http://www.theradicaltherapist.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRadTherapist Instagram: https://instagram.com/theradicaltherapist/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a diabetic drug that recently became a weight loss diet fad for the rich because of its ability to suppress hunger. Now, Wegovy, a drug similar to Ozempic, has been approved specifically for weight loss for the clinically obese in the UK. But is an injection our best bet at tackling obesity?This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes.Guests: Charlotte Ivers, Staff Writer, The Sunday Times. Dr Amir Khan, NHS GP and Broadcaster.Host: Manveen Rana. Article: How celebrities' favourite drug Ozempic made Denmark enormously rich: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/how-weight-loss-drug-ozempic-made-denmark-enormously-rich-bbv80sz06Clips: Global News Canada, CBS, E News.Get in touch: email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Luke Edwards is joined by Dan Pentland and Ines Sampaio as they look back at the first round of the inaugural Nations League. England squeeze past Scotland and Denmark shock Germany as Dan and Ines disagree is the Nations League is good or not.Plus a look at the NWSL and how it's hotting up over in America and look ahead to the opening week of the WSL seasonThis podcast is in partnership with Her Game Too, subscribe and leave a review. Produced by Leo Audio Productions Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Lars Muhl is a Danish author, mystic and musician, born in Aarhus, Denmark in 1950.Already as a 10 year old, Lars Muhl had experienced glimpses of another reality. The shock, following the sudden death of his younger sister, caused painful kundalini-like experiences, giving access to the ethereal worlds and a hypersensitive insight into other people's pain. This lasted for three years.A turning point came when Lars was 15 and received a book anonymously in the post. Hazrat Inayat Khan's ‘Gayan, Nirtan, Vadan' became the start of a lifelong esoteric study. Lars was for many years a successful singer/songwriter who, concurrently with his music, studied the world's religions and esoteric knowledge. Then in 1996, he was struck down by an unexplained illness, which neither doctors nor alternative therapists could diagnose. For three years he lay in bed without being able to move or think straight.Through a close friend's intervention, Lars was put in touch with a seer who, via the telephone, brought him back to life. That was the start of a completely new existence and the beginning of that quest he has so grippingly described in his trilogy book ‘The O Manuscript'.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4858435/advertisement
On this episode I chat with singer songwriter EMILIE THORSBY from Denmark. we talk music and her latest single FLAME. Follow the show www.instagram.com/thesundaynightarmy www.twitter.com/sundaynightarmy www.facebook.com/thesundaynightarmy linktr.ee/thesundaynightarmy The Sunday Night Army is an entertainment podcast that features Billboard and Grammy nominated, top 10 artists with in depth interviews within the music series episodes. The show also delivers interviews with celebrities, actors, and artists with extra entertainment news episodes focused on celebrity stories, gossip, hot take opinions and rumors. Covering Grammy, Oscars, MTV awards and The Eurovision music contest are just some of the special music episodes available. In the Music Series episodes you will find top country, hip hop, indie, pop, r&b, rap, dance and electronic artists from all over the world. The show prides itself on being a music discovery tool that showcases indie artists straight to your Spotify playlist and if you want them all in one spot follow the Top Indie Playlist on Spotify for all the top artists songs that have been featured on the show for free. Follow the show and download the mp3 to listen later. Check out the YouTube channel for music and entertainment extras. Sometimes I discuss Kanye, Joe Rogan and Kim Kardashian and sometimes I talk life experiences and arts and entertainment and Queen. Depends of what is happening in the world. Support top indie artists and podcast by liking and sharing. Let the music play. #podcast #musicpodcast #youtube #spotify #independentartist #promotion #iheartradio #listen #playlist #listentothis #artist #singer #songwriter #music #singersongwriter #singers #indieartist #yqg #yqgpodcast #canadianpodcast #trending #independentmusic #indiemusic #entertainment #localmusic #top40 #indie #playlist #trending #viral
Hear about a cruise to Greenland as the Amateur Traveler talks to Rebecca Merrell from manopause.com about this rugged and rapidly changing country. https://amateurtraveler.com/cruise-to-greenland/ Why should someone do a cruise to Greenland? Rebecca succinctly says, “Someone should do a cruise to Greenland if they're looking to go somewhere remote without a lot of people and if they have an interest in the Arctic.” The cruise itinerary is: Day 1: Departure from Iceland Travelers fly from Iceland or Denmark to Greenland. Arriving in Greenland, travelers land at Kingirlasuak, a former U.S. base that now serves as a large airport in Greenland. Embarkation on the “Ocean Albatross,” the cruise ship operated by Albatross Expeditions. Day 2: Sisimiut The cruise reaches its first destination, Sisimiut, the second-largest city in Greenland after Nuuk (the capital). Sisimiut, which means “foxhole,” has a rich history dating back thousands of years, including various indigenous cultures and traditions. Travelers have the opportunity to explore the town, its colorful buildings, and visit local museums showcasing Greenlandic history and culture. Day 3: Qeqertarsuaq, Disko Island The cruise continues to Qeqertarsuaq, a former capital of North Greenland located on Disko Island. Travelers have the chance to explore this picturesque town, famous for its abundance of icebergs in Disco Bay. Day 4: Uummannaq The cruise heads further north, reaching Uummannaq, north of the Arctic Circle. Uummannaq Island is known for its heart-shaped mountain and offers unique cultural experiences. Activities include hiking to the Santa Claus house. Day 5: Eqip Sermia Glacier The ship sails to the Eqip Sermia Glacier (“The Glacier at the end of the fjord”), a breathtaking location known for its massive ice formations. Travelers witness the natural spectacle of ice calving, where chunks of ice break off and plunge into the sea. The changing hues of blue in the ice, caused by varying oxygen levels, create stunning visual displays. Day 6: Ilulissat The cruise arrives at Ilulissat, the third-largest town in Greenland. Ilulissat is known as ‘the Iceberg Capital of the World'. The town is famous for its UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ilulissat Icefjord, where enormous icebergs calve from the Sermeq Kujalleq Glacier at an astonishing rate (100 feet per day or 20 million tons of icebergs). Travelers have the option to explore the icefjord by small boat and marvel at the towering ice formations. Day 7: Sarfannguit The cruise reaches Sarfannguit (“the place with the little stream:), a very small settlement with approximately 40 residents. Travelers visit the community center, where they can purchase local crafts, such as beadwork, paintings, and other products. The unique monument, a modern glass igloo, is also worth a visit. Day 8: Return to Kangerlussuaq The cruise returns to Kangerlussuaq, the point of embarkation, where travelers disembark. This marks the end of the expedition. Throughout the cruise, travelers have the opportunity to hear lectures on Arctic topics, hike, museum visits, and interact with local communities. The stunning Arctic landscapes, icebergs, glaciers, and wildlife, including birds and marine mammals, provide a constant backdrop to this unforgettable Greenlandic adventure.
Sri Lanka almost gets banned from cricket, Denmark miss out due the fact their semi final opponent was changed due to Israel, Geoffrey Boycott bowls swing to win a match and the West Indies win their second straight tournament.-To support Double Century please go to our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121.Jarrod Kimber produces and narrates this series, check out his many projects here: https://linktr.ee/jarrodkimber.It is written by Abhishek Mukherjee, you can find him on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/ovshake42.It is edited, mixed and produced by Nick McCorriston, he's at https://www.nickamc.com and https://www.twitter.com/soundboy_audio.
Sri Lanka almost gets banned from cricket, Denmark miss out due the fact their semi final opponent was changed due to Israel, Geoffrey Boycott bowls swing to win a match and the West Indies win their second straight tournament.-To support Double Century please go to our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121.Jarrod Kimber produces and narrates this series, check out his many projects here: https://linktr.ee/jarrodkimber.It is written by Abhishek Mukherjee, you can find him on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/ovshake42.It is edited, mixed and produced by Nick McCorriston, he's at https://www.nickamc.com and https://www.twitter.com/soundboy_audio.
Our StartUp Health NOW guest this week is Ole Kjerkegaard Nielsen, PhD, CEO & Co-founder of GO-Pen, a company in our Type 1 Diabetes Moonshot community. As you'll hear, Nielsen and his team based in Denmark have built a new kind of insulin pen, one that is affordable and accessible to all while also adhering to the absolute highest standards of quality. This more accessible insulin pen could change millions of people's lives. We'll also get a glimpse into the uniquely challenging startup journey of developing a physical medical device. Nielsen and his team have been winning awards and grants on a regular basis, but the road is still steep. Whether it's negotiating with a manufacturer across the globe or getting FDA approval, bringing a medical device to market as a startup with limited funds is a challenge that could intimidate even the most market-tested CEOs. Nielsen pulls back the curtain and lets us see that challenge from the inside and shows us where GO-Pen is going next. Enjoy! Innovators: Health Transformer University fuels your health moonshot Funders: Become a Health Moonshot Champion Want more content like this? You can subscribe to the podcast as well as other health innovation updates at startuphealth.com/content. Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox. Looking to break down health barriers? If you're an entrepreneur or investor, contact us to learn how you can join our Health Equity Moonshot. Passionate about Type 1 diabetes? If you're an entrepreneur or investor, contact us to learn how you can join our T1D Moonshot.
Emma O'Kelly has been an editor and writer at Wallpaper magazine for 24 years – since issue 4. She has travelled extensively in Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway, scoping out Nordic design, architecture and art, and has met many of each country's leading talents. In this conversation, you can expect to learn about the benefits that regular sauna use has on your physical and mental wellbeing, as well as gaining an insight in to the Scandinavian approach to sauna and how it differs from what we may be used to elsewhere in the world. Check out the book here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sauna-Life-Life-Changing-Power-Deep/dp/1801292426
We imagine an interview with Elon Musk using AI voice cloning for the sake of some laughs. Greta second protesting arrest means she could go to jail for six months. Brian revisits solar in space. Saudis and Albertans don't believe peak oil is closing in on them. Brian's heat pump wather heater update What is a Bennet Buggy? Fake interview with Elon Musk and Scott Moe, a Canadian premier James finds a hotel with three chargers Hydrogen cars in Denmark lose all of their hydrogen filling stations California law suit against Big Oil looks for compensation Solar in space part II. Wjhy that's a bad idea. Frequent wildfire smoke this summer causing mental health issues in Canada UAW strike Voicemail from Emma Stone (not really) EV batteries proven to last longer in cold climates The Lightning Round! The Clean Energy Show is released every week so be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get new episodes delivered to you free! Support the Show Make a small donation to our podcast today! PayPal Donate!https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=VMDCRPHLNR8YE E-transfer: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening to our show! Consider rating The Clean Energy Show on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you listen to our show. Our Store Visit our T-Shirt and Merch Shop! https://my-store-dde61d.creator-spring.com Contact Us! Email us at email@example.com Follow us on TikTok! @cleanenergypod Check out our YouTube Channel! @CleanEnergyShow Follow us on Twitter or Threads @CleanEnergyPod James Whittingham https://twitter.com/jewhittingham Brian Stockton: https://twitter.com/brianstockton Leave us an online voicemail at http://speakpipe.com/cleanenergyshow Copyright 2023 with some rights reserved. You may share and reproduce portions of our show with attribution. All music is copyright with all rights reserved.
Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the we, that we be. Episode Link: https://youtu.be/e-mri1UrcNY Episode 17 Season 8 (series 732) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #podcast #podcasting #casting #media #polisci #politics #Azerbaijan #Armenia #NagornoKarabakh #ICC #InternationalCriminalCourt #WomenInPolitics #WomenEmpowerment #Denmark
Going Long Podcast SERIES HIGHLIGHT Episode 353: Jump from Wall St. to Main St. to Accelerate your R.E.I. To see the Video Version of today's conversation just CLICK HERE. In the conversation with today's guest, Josh Plave, you'll learn the following: [00:20 - 04:36] Show introduction with comments from Billy. [04:36 - 07:40] Guest introduction and first questions. [07:40 - 12:06] The backstory and decisions made that led Josh to this point in his journey. [12:06 -14:47] Why Josh decided to invest long distance and out of state in Real Assets rather than only investing in his home market locations. [14:47 - 18:22] The importance of teams in the ability to create success, and how Josh goes about creating those teams. [18:22 - 23:24] The lowdown on Self Directed I.R.As. [23:24 - 26:29] Some of the things you are able and not able to do with regards to taxes and retirement funds. [26:29 - 28:24] All about accessing large amounts of capital that you may have in a retirement fund, and how you are able / allowed to move and use this capital. [28:24 - 32:40] Josh explains about the idea behind his reinvestment system ‘Wall to Main', and the kinds of people that they are helping to benefit from taking this action. Here's what Josh shared with us during today's conversation: Where in the world Josh is based currently: Charlotte, North Carolina. The most positive thing to happen in the past 24 hours: His 6 month old daughter has just learned how to wave! Favourite European City: Copenhagen, Denmark. A mistake that Josh would like you to learn from so that you don't have to pay full price: Work out the best way to communicate properly with those that you work with and go into deals with, and do it upfront rather than waiting until after the fact! Book Recommendations: Blue Ocean Strategy. by Renée Mauborgne and W. Chan Kim. Be sure to reach out and connect with Josh Plave by using the info below: Website: https://www.walltomain.com/ Start taking action TODAY so that you can gain more Education and Control over your financial life. To see the Video Version of today's conversation just CLICK HERE. How to leave a review for The Going Long Podcast: https://youtu.be/qfRqLVcf8UI Are you an Accredited Investor that's tired of getting crushed by paying so much in income tax? Find out how we're helping others like you keep Uncle Sam out of your pocket. Go to https://www.firstgencp.com/goinglong Be sure to connect with Billy! He's made it easy for you to do…Just go to any of these sites: Website: www.billykeels.com Youtube: billykeels Facebook: Billy Keels Fan Page Instagram: @billykeels Twitter: @billykeels LinkedIn: Billy Keels
As I am travelling this week there is no time for editing, so thought to take us back to a popular show with Noomi Naton. Back on Sunday with a shortcast. Our conversation is about discovering inner power but as with all stories, the journey is never a straight line. On the show, you will discover the power of changing chairs and a helpful question “ How can I be more of me and have a greater impact.” Noomi Natan was born in Copenhagen, at nineteen, most of her friends were travelling. In Denmark, it is common to take a generous gap year before completing a university education. She was working at a temporary job in advertising and wondered if she could live and work in London. She could and found a job in a sound studio, before hopping across the pond for a 3-month internship in the US Congress. All of that experience led her back to Copenhagen to complete a degree in journalism, although she had no intention of being a journalist. Education over she returned to London and secures a great job in commercial conference production for the mobile games industry, which was booming. She was crazy successful for a while, with money and lifestyle. That was until the pressure, overwork, and perfectionism eroded her ability to function. She was miserable much of the time and cried in the toilet. The crunch came when she was asked to run a project she did not want. She had to work US hours from a London office and struggled without support. At this point, a coach friend said to her, “ you know you could speak to a doctor and get signed off from work?” That was the beginning of moving out of the mobile industry. Our conversation explores coaching and how that fits with the path towards a good life. We look at success and why it can be a difficult journey, contribution and, of course, the big question, what is it all for? Finding her Inner Power Noomi describes herself as a recovered perfectionist and a practical idealist who dreams of a world, which is safe for everyone. What a lovely idea. As you will hear on the show, she took her first coaching call 15 years ago and was instantly hooked. Since then, she has developed her process and specialises in deeply transformational work and helping clients in a wide range of industries, from the owners of micro-businesses to CEOs of prominent household names. Further details about this podcast along with my Guest's website and social links are all available at: https://www.lifepassionandbusiness.com/noomi-natan-inner-power Life Passion & Business is dedicated to exploring what it takes to be Extraordinary, to face challenges and rejoice in the opportunities they bring, and expand our vision into new ways of thinking and living. There is a lot to gain from listening to other people's stories, however, the real work begins by taking action in your own life. For full details of Events, Resources and Services visit: www.lifepassionandbusiness.com Support For Podcasters: Running a podcast is fun, but it takes time and dedication. Whenever you enjoy a podcast please share your appreciation with comments, likes, shares and reviews. It helps other listeners find good content and supports the content creators and their guests. Another way you can support the Life Passion & Business podcast is with small donations: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lifeandpassion
Join us on a captivating journey through the heart of Nordic innovation in the world of finance! In this episode, we dive deep into the Danish fintech ecosystem with two visionary leaders. Thomas Krogh Jensen, the nordics very number one thought leader and CEO of Copenhagen FinTech, and Ken Villum Klausen, the trailblazing Founder and CEO of Lunar, Denmark's very own unicorn. Discover how the Nordics, knownly the cradle of tech innovation, have seamlessly extended their prowess to financial services. We explore the delicate balance between corporate and personal success that the Nordics have perfected for decades. Together, we unravel the brilliant tapestry of the Scandinavian and Danish fintech ecosystem, setting the stage for the upcoming Nordic Fintech Week, where our very own host, Matteo Rizzi, will take the stage as a speaker. Tune in for a thrilling blend of insights and inspiration! Join the Nordic Fintech Week: Home | Nordic Fintech Week Meet our guests: Ken Villum Klausen: Founder & CEO at Lunar linkedin.com/in/kenvillum/ lunar.app Thomas Krogh Jensen: CEO, Copenhagen Fintech linkedin.com/in/thomaskroghjensen/ copenhagenfintech.dk
This week, author Rosie Harte joins us to talk about her new book The Royal Wardrobe: A Very Fashionable History of the Monarchy. In this book, she discusses iconic fashion moments of the British royals from the Tudor era to present day, answering questions like: how tits out was Anne of Denmark? Whither James VI/I's padded doublets? And, what's the deal with Charles II's pubic hair wig??? Plus: FRANCES HOWARD!! Learn more about Rosie and her work at rosieharte.com and follow her on TikTok @theroyalwardrobe and Instagram @rosiehharte -- Buy The Royal Wardrobe from bookshop.org and support Vulgar History with this link: https://bookshop.org/a/1419/9781472297464 -- Get merch at vulgarhistory.com/store (best for US shipping) and vulgarhistory.redbubble.com (better for international shipping) -- Support Vulgar History on Patreon -- Vulgar History is an affiliate of Bookshop.org, which means that a small percentage of any books you click through and purchase will come back to Vulgar History as a commission. Use this link to shop there and support Vulgar History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
HEADLINES: the Richie Williams era lasts about 5 minutes as Revolution players call shenanigans on Bruce Arena's long-time assistant whose complaints forced the legendary coach out; US Soccer heading to Atlanta; anonymous English manager admits to gambling more than $1M but avoids suspension and finally some good news for Everton WHAT IF: Man City versus Argentina NT - who ya got? PREMIER LEAGUE: Sam pops a chub over Spurs; how much of United's woes can be blamed on Erik Ten Hag; Power Rankings and weekend preview featuring North London Daerby (time to find out of Tottenham are really all about) and United/Chelsea trainwrecks ROUND THE WORLD: time to get your mind right for the Champions League group stage STOPPAGE TIME: Ivan Toney's Best Bets and GOAWs ****** INTERVIEW: Orange County striker Milan Iloski talks about winning last year's USL-Championship golden boot; comes clean on the best prank ex-roommate Tommy McGunner ever pulled on him and discusses his pending transfer to Denmark's Nordsjaelland
EPISODE 1728: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to Bent Flyvbjerg, author of HOW BIG THINGS GET DONE, about the suprising factors that determine the fate of every project, from home renovations to space exploration Bent Flyvbjerg is the first BT Professor at Oxford University and the VKR Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, an economist, and “the world's leading megaproject expert,” according to global accounting network KPMG. He has consulted on over one hundred projects costing $1 billion or more and has been knighted by the Queen of Denmark. Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode it's time for One Book One Podcast as we discuss the novel Upright Women Wanted by Sarah Gailey. We talk about spoilers, horse operas, spoilers, relationships, spoilers, queer coming-of-age stories, and spoilers. Plus: Spoilers! You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it through Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or your favourite podcast delivery system. In this episode Anna Ferri | Meghan Whyte | Matthew Murray | Jam Edwards The Book We Read Upright Women Wanted by Sarah Gailey Other Media We Mentioned River of Teeth by Sarah Gailey Magic for Liars by Sarah Gailey The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Wikipedia) Once Upon a Time in Mexico (Wikipedia) The Walking Dead (TV series) (Wikipedia) Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells Links, Articles, and Things Horse Opera Episode 029 - Westerns Smart Bitches Trashy Books review of Upright Women Wanted Between the Coats: A Sensitivity Read Changed my Life by Sarah Gailey Jam's Upright Women Wanted film cast comprised of internet tabletop roleplayers: Esther: Becca Scott Cye: Erika Ishii Bet: Krystina Arielle Leda: Ashley Johnson Amity: Aabria Iyengar 12+ International Noir Books by BIPOC Authors Every month Book Club for Masochists: A Readers' Advisory Podcasts chooses a genre at random and we read and discuss books from that genre. We also put together book lists for each episode/genre that feature works by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Colour) authors. All of the lists can be found here. Easy Motion Tourist by Leye Adenle The Blue Bar by Damyanti Biswas The Old Woman with the Knife by Gu Byeong-mo, translated by Chi-Young Kim The Carnivorous City by Toni Kan Real World by Natsuo Kirino, translated by Philip Gabriel Stolen by Ann-Helén Laestadius, translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles A Death in Denmark by Amulya Malladi Nothing Is Lost by Cloé Mehdi, translated by Howard Curtis Velvet Was the Night by Silvia Morena-Garcia My Annihilation by Fuminori Nakamura, translated by Sam Bett I Do Not Come to You by Chance by Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani The Honjin Murders by Seishi Yokomizo, translated by Louise Heal Kawai Plus many in the Akashic Books noir series, including: Kingston Noir edited by Colin Channer Haiti Noir edited by Edwidge Danticat Manila Noir edited by Jessica Hagedorn Nairobi Noir edited by Peter Kimani Baghdad Noir edited by Samuel Shimon Give us feedback! Fill out the form to ask for a recommendation or suggest a genre or title for us to read! Check out our Tumblr, follow us on Instagram, join our Facebook Group, or send us an email! Join us again on Tuesday, October 3rd get ready for Halloween because we'll be talking about the genre of Horror! Then on Tuesday, November 7th we'll be discussing the non-fiction genre of Crafts and Crafting!
Kristin welcomes semi-retired nomadic entrepreneur, globetrotter, and radio host, Palle Bo, back to the show for the first time in 5 years. Also known as The Radio Vagabond, Palle has traveled to at least 115 countries since leaving his career, home, and old life behind in Denmark. In this open and candid conversation, he shares his travel tips, insights, and challenges with you, as well as how he has so much energy for perpetual travel! SPECIAL OFFERS: Save money on car rentals with DiscoverCars.com. Get a new travel or laptop bag or carry-on at Minaal. Subscribe to Kristin's weekly e-mail list. Join Patreon for $5 to be a part of our next Live Call & Hangout, happening on Sunday, Sept 24, 2023. Listen to Palle's previous interview about Becoming a Digital Nomad in your 50s. Connect with Palle: Listen to his amazing podcast Follow him on Instagram Connect with Kristin and Support the Show: * Become a Patron * Buy a Coffee * Follow on Instagram * Join the Facebook Group * Leave a 5-Star Review * Subscribe on YouTube See the show notes pages on BadassDigitalNomads.com or TravelingwithKristin.com/podcast for time stamps, transcripts, and more resources from this episode.
** Warning** Consuming this content may lead to educated opinions and or a better understanding of the future of location technology! ** Proceed with caution!! ** If are curious about any of the following topics this episode is for you! Evolution of Positioning Systems Terrestrial-based Positioning: The role of Wi-Fi positioning and the potential of 5G in positioning. Visual Positioning Systems (VPS) GNSS Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Satellites: The potential of LEO satellites in enhancing positioning and navigation. Future of Positioning: Predictions and expectations for the future of navigation and positioning technologies. Connect with Sandy on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/sandy-kennedy-569a6a4/ Recommended listening SBAS - Satellite-based augmentation system https://mapscaping.com/podcast/satellite-based-augmentation-system-a-base-station-in-the-sky/ GNSS - past present and future https://mapscaping.com/podcast/navigating-the-past-present-and-future-of-gnss/ Where does Goolge's blue dot come from https://mapscaping.com/podcast/how-google-calculates-your-location/ On the personal front, I have just moved back to New Zealand after 13 years in Denmark. It has been pretty busy the last couple of weeks, hence the lack of published podcast episodes.
Season 6 premiere. Cara's back! Chris and Cara chat with Dr. Saige Kelmelis, a biological anthropologist specializing in bioarchaeology, paleodemography, paleoepidemiology, and forensic anthropology. Her research involves the study of human skeletal and dental remains to reconstruct aspects of life, health, disease, identity, and demography. She integrates methods and theory in osteology, paleodemography, epidemiology, and hazard analyses to explore the interplay between human biocultural behavior and infectious disease. She also uses methods from bioarchaeology to reconstruct life histories and health outcomes in modern and past populations through cementochronology. Kelmelis is also a primary investigator on a collaborative project with other professionals, students, and tattoo artists in South Dakota to understand how this ancient practice of body modification affects health outcomes in modern people. Current and ongoing research includes the exploration of mortality risk and disease in monastic, urban, and rural medieval Denmark, the application of cementochronology to reconstruct modern human life histories in Bangladesh, paleodemographic and life history reconstruction of the ancient Maya in the Upper Belize Valley, advancing statistical models in paleodemography, and the short- and long-term impacts of tattooing and body modification on health in past and present populations. Find the publications discussed in today's episode here: Kelmelis, S., & DeWitte, S. N. (2021). Urban and rural survivorship in Pre- and Post-Black Death Denmark. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 38, 103089. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103089 van Doren, T. P., & Kelmelis, S. (2023). Contextualizing pandemics: Respiratory survivorship before, during, and after the 1918 influenza pandemic in Newfoundland. American Journal of Biological Anthropology, 181(1), 70–84. https://doi-org.offcampus.lib.washington.edu/10.1002/ajpa.24678 ------------------------------ Saige's email: Saige.Kelmelis@usd.edu ------------------------------ Contact the Sausage of Science Podcast and Human Biology Association: Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/humanbiologyassociation Website: humbio.org/, Twitter: @HumBioAssoc Cara Ocobock, Website: sites.nd.edu/cara-ocobock/, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter: @CaraOcobock Chris Lynn, HBA Public Relations Committee Chair, Website: cdlynn.people.ua.edu/, email: email@example.com, Twitter: @Chris_Ly Cristina Gildee, HBA Junior Fellow, SoS producer: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @CristinaGildee
Walk into any national museum, in any part of the world, and you will see artifacts of significance – from coins and jewellery, to weapons, utensils, artwork, clothing, and even human remains. They are preserved because these objects tell us something about who we are and where we came from.But what if there is an artifact that is tens, or even hundreds, of meters underwater? How do we protect it from deterioration?Joining Jonathan to discuss this is Dr. David Gregory, Senior Researcher and Honorary Professor from the National Museum of Denmark.
Raya or Ramsdale? That is the question. And it is a massive, potentially position-changing question in a fascinating scenario which will no doubt rumble on until the end of this season - at the very earliest. Mikel Arteta has been respectfully firm in his stance that rotating goalkeepers shouldn't be such a big deal; his argument leaning towards how the perceived No1 and No2 norm has never been called into question when, in a modern era of rapid evolution, alternating stoppers simply makes sense. We discuss whether Arteta has a point, and how Arsenal's crucial block of games from now through to early November will provide a clear and likely marker for how the Spaniard intends to move things forward. In other news, Don Goodman added a new term to a pundit's goalkeeping glossary during Leicester's win at Southampton, and for the first time this term we hear a Goalkeeper Assist klaxon from the National League (bravo, Louie Moulden), a Keeper Caper over in Denmark (sorry Bailey Peacock-Farrell) and, lastly, a Text Talk courtesy of the FA Cup Second Qualifying Round (thank you, Roco Rees).
Kranti (Renato Libanati) - Love of Ashtanga (Krantivira.com |@kranti.yoga.movement) Certified Ashtanga Teacher since 2012 | India 1991 – Osho | Meditation at age 14 | Finding Ashtanga | Mysore in 2005 | Richard Freeman, Maty Ezraty | Changes in Mysore | Managing injuries | Keeping motivated | Guilt in practice | Teaching in Japan v Europe | The future | Teaching relationship (more info below) ******************************************** Support Us Subscribe, like, comment and share with your friends Buy us a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/infoRf Become a Patron: https://keenonyoga.com/membership/ Connect With Keen On Yoga Instagram Keen on Yoga: https://www.instagram.com/keen_on_yoga/ Instagram Adam Keen: https://www.instagram.com/adam_keen_ashtanga/ Website: https://keenonyoga.com/ ********************************************* Kranti was born in Italy, under the sign of Cancer in 1970, in Chinese astrology's Year of the Dog. Since childhood, he's had an instinct for expansion and growth. His interest in the human mind and self-inquiry ignited at age 14, after reading his first book on meditation written by Osho (Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh). Eventually, Kranti developed an interest in Yoga. In 1991, he travelled through India, and a few years later, he started a daily practice. In Milan in 1996, he took a one-year teacher training with Carlo Patrian, one of the yoga pioneers in Italy. A few years later, while in Berlin, he was introduced to the Ashtanga method and fell in love with the practice. Since then, although Kranti's yoga experience was complimented with the Iyangar method, Ashtanga became his daily practice and passion. Kranti moved to Copenhagen a few years later, teaching Ashtanga and Hatha Vinyasa. He taught different yoga enthusiasts, dancers, actors, and athletes; one of his regular students was the Crown Princess of Denmark, Mary Donaldson. In Paris in 2002, Kranti attended a workshop with Richard Freeman. He was deeply inspired by Richard's versatile and open approach to yoga and yoga philosophy, and the following year he traveled to Boulder, Colorado, for Richard's one-month intensive teacher training. This experience further deepened his understanding of the Ashtanga method, meditation, and philosophy. In 2004, he attended a course in Yoga Therapy at the Yoga Biomedical Trust of London, England. He worked with students with heart disease and was moved by the powerful healing aspect of yoga as a complementary alternative therapy. Since 2005, Kranti has routinely studied in Mysore, India, under the guidance of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and his grandson Sharath Jois. He received Authorization Level 1 to teach Ashtanga Yoga from Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in 2008, and on July 5th, 2010, Kranti received Level 2 Authorization. In 2012, Kranti was Certified by the K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Institute (KPJAYI) – the only official institute in the world able to certify students to teach the traditional Ashtanga Yoga method by the Jois family. Kranti & Gabriele Severini, who teaches in Rome, are the only two certified teachers from Italy. As of 2012, only 38 certified teachers were recognised globally by KPJAYI. Kranti is also a registered teacher with the Yoga Alliance (RYT and E-RYT 500 hours), and he completed the Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Sarah Powers. Through his teachings, Kranti will help you tap into your own true, unique potential. “In addition to Yoga studies, Kranti has trained and self-studied ‘Life Coaching,' NLP, Body Language and psychology, incorporating aspects of these fields in his daily teaching and private lessons.”
Researching Refis We have Jen's friend, Michelle Moyer on the episode today discussing the ins and outs of refinancing a portfolio loan. Listen in as she shares how she found a 4-unit portfolio in Charleston that was cash-flowing on day one! Now she is refinancing to get some cash out and the appreciation will blow your mind! Other topics discussed include barndominiums and modular homes. This is a fun episode! Born in the quaint town of Gibbsboro in South Jersey, Michelle Moyer's early days were marked by the charming company of horses, chickens, a dog and a cat. Over the years, Michelle has lived up and down the East Coast, from Daytona Beach, to North Carolina, and then to Central Florida, where she stayed until her late 20s. Seeking broader horizons and diverse experiences, Michelle decided to move to Los Angeles. There, she honed her culinary skills, earned a degree at Le Cordon Bleu, and ventured into television, producing award-winning food shows. Michelle's personal life took a delightful turn in 2017 when she met her now-husband Eric. Their relationship seemed preordained, especially upon discovering Eric would be stationed in Jacksonville, FL, coincidentally where Michelle's father and sister's family lived. She and her husband Eric started their real estate company, Hooked Property Solutions in 2019 in Jacksonville, FL. Professionally, Michelle has carved out a niche in the real estate sector by building modular homes in Western NC selling some of them and turning others into short term vacation rentals. She continues building a portfolio alongside her husband Eric that boasts over 30 rehabs, 18 land purchases, 6 new builds, 7 long-term and 4 short-term rentals, in addition to building a Barndominium. Michelle's keen eye for aesthetics shines through, as she passionately selects distinctive design elements for their homes. As they're constructing another short-term rental, her in laws primary residence, 3 more modulars and 20-30 storage units, Michelle is also keen on expanding through multi-family acquisitions. Their next venture is Mods by Moyer, through which they'll guide people through the process of constructing their own modular home for personal or investment purposes. Michelle's love isn't just confined to properties – her home is a sanctuary for animals. Three house cats, CJ, Loki, and the barn-born Chloe, find their place alongside two playful horses, Denmark and Dexter, a mule Nelson, and the infamous 5 barn cats Mr. Fluffers, Lady Bug, Mama, Ryley and Rigley. The future promises even more animal companions, with plans to introduce another horse, a couple of donkeys, chickens, and an Australian Shepard to their barndominium. Linktree - Michelle And Eric Moyer Hooked Property Solutions website HPS Facebook HPS Instagraam To learn more about Jen Josey, visit www.TheRealJenJosey.com To join REIGN, visit www.REIGNmastermind.com To join HomeSchooled by Tarek, visit https://go.homeschooled.co/schedule-strategy-session?el=jenjosey
GB have done it, they have qualified for the Davis Cup Finals in Malaga! It came down to the final game of the final tie in Manchester and what a match it was. Dan Evans and Neal Skupski sealed the win, saving 4 match points to book their place in the Finals. Also in the finals will be Australia who defeated Switzerland 3-0 to guarantee their place in the last 8. Big wins for Alex de Minaur and rock solid doubles team and former Wimbledon Champions, Purcell and Ebden.We also had the Davis Cup tie between Denmark and Brazil covered thanks to roving reporter Alina Soponar and production assistant Christoffer Tunsäter. We got an English language exclusive on Holger Rune's take out from his 2023 season, reuniting with his childhood coach and plans for 2024 to mitigate injury.__________________TENNIS WEEKLY MERCHTo browse and purchase from limited edition merchandise designed by Krippa Design go to https://www.etsy.com/shop/TennisWeeklyPodcast All proceeds go towards the podcast so we can keep doing what we do! __________________Tweet us @TennisWeeklyPod or email the show here: email@example.comFollow us on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube and make sure to check out our website as well to get your full Tennis Weekly fix.**Please take a moment to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your pods. It really means a lot to us at HQ and helps make it easier for new listeners to discover us. Thanks!** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
THE MIST. A story by Carl Ewald. A story from Denmark. Adapted by Rehannah Mian. This is the story of how the morning mist turned into into the ocean and the clouds. With thanks and gratitude, The Mist is read by Bethany Jane, Voice Over Artist. Find our more about Bethany Jane by clicking here - https://www.bethanyjanevo.com/The Music:1. Fairy Tale Waltz by Kevin MacLeod. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/2. Frost Waltz by Kevin MacLeod. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100516Artist: http://incompetech.com/3. Evening Fall Harp by Kevin MacLeod. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100236Artist: http://incompetech.com/4. Pooka by Kevin MacLeod. 5. Sovereign by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 LicenseSupport the show
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In this episode, Dan reconnects with a former colleague and marketing communications collaborator, Michael Morris. A world traveler who has spent his career putting purpose at the forefront of everything he does, Michael recently co-founded Denmark-based Engagement Lab, an advisory firm specializing in behavioral insights, brand building, competitive positioning, and strategic communications – and focused exclusively on businesses in the green transition. Dan and Michael dig into the importance of purpose and serendipity in career decisions as they explore Michael's fascinating story. Early in his career, during a stint in Ghana that didn't go according to plan, Michael realized that being a communicator gave him a unique role in bringing purpose to life, not just for himself but for his company and colleagues as well. His later work with World Vision propelled him on a purpose-driven path that continued through his work at MHI Vestas Offshore Wind, helping improve the lives of others through strategic communication. Through their conversation... Discover the road to fulfillment and maximum impact in your career, guided by purpose and authentic communication. Uncover the value hidden in networks and mentorships and how they unlock doors to personal and professional growth. Grasp the transformative power of empathy in fostering genuine relationships, elevating marketing communications to new heights. Understand the game-changing role of energy transition and sustainability in setting new standards for careers and businesses. Delve into the fascinating interplay between AI and the writing landscape, highlighting the tightrope balance between creativity amplification and preservation. Notable Quotes: “It's important for us to recognize poignant moments when they happen.” – (8:21), Michael “Every person that you meet is a whole new door to who knows what else.” – (11:00), Dan “I choose to believe that things happen for a reason because if only because then I'm more aware of when things happen and who I'm meeting with.” – (17:44), Michael “Let's make sure that we're doing our best to have continuity between the internal experience and the external messaging.” - (37:08), Michael “Because of tech, you don't have an internal announcement and an external announcement, you have an announcement.” – (40:40), Michael “Your work is made better by cultivating and integrating your peripheral interests.” – (1:00:07), Michael “AI doesn't care about the truth.” – (1:09:00), Michael About Dan Nestle The Dan Nestle Show (libsyn.com) Daniel Nestle | LinkedIn The Dan Nestle Show | Facebook Dan Nestle | Twitter About Michael Morris Engagement Lab - Website Michael Morris - Linkedin The key moments in this episode (as generated by my AI buddy, Capsho) are: 00:00:00 - Introduction, 00:00:19 - The Power of Purpose, 00:04:14 - Michael's Journey, 00:08:30 - Working with Purpose, 00:15:12 - The Heartbreaking Reality in Sub-Saharan Africa, 00:16:50 - Embracing Serendipity and Openness, 00:19:42 - The Power of Storytelling in Communications and Marketing, 00:21:08 - The Superpower of Connecting Dots and Cultivating Empathy, 00:26:15 - Engagement Lab: Facilitating Connection and Empathy, 00:31:22 - Overview of Communication Scope, 00:32:47 - Communication Challenges in the Energy Transition, 00:33:27 - Identifying Needs in the Energy Transition Space, 00:35:05 - Importance of Founding Values and Employee Engagement, 00:36:23 - Internal Communications and External Messaging, 00:47:31 - Dealing with Impatience and Inspiration, 00:48:24 - The Ambivalence of Gen X, 00:49:39 - Embracing a Balanced Approach, 00:51:51 - The Long-Term Nature of the Energy Transition, 00:54:02 - Acknowledging the Benefits of Power, 01:02:54 - Introduction to Barrett Road and its Agile Approach, 01:03:25 - The Impact of AI on Writing and Creativity, 01:05:34 - AI's Potential to Replace Writers and Artists, 01:09:15 - AI's Lack of Commitment to Truth and Connection, 01:13:30 - Embracing AI as a Tool and Making Writing More Efficient, 01:17:13 - The Power of Technology in Graphic Design and Artistry, 01:18:37 - Unleashing Creativity with AI, 01:19:44 - Experience and Career Advantages in the Age of AI, 01:20:31 - Connecting with Michael Morris and Engagement Lab, 01:21:29 - Gratitude and Encouragement Timestamped summary of this episode (also presented as generated by Capsho): 00:00:00 - Introduction, Dan Nestle introduces the podcast and his guest, Michael Morris, a strategic communications professional with a passion for purpose-driven work. 00:00:19 - The Power of Purpose, Dan and Michael discuss how purpose can transform a career and bring fulfillment. They emphasize the importance of recognizing pivotal moments and connecting with instrumental people along the way. 00:04:14 - Michael's Journey, Michael shares his journey from working in Ghana to traveling across Africa with World Vision. He highlights the impact of experiencing adversity and how it shaped his commitment to work with purpose. 00:08:30 - Working with Purpose, Michael and Dan discuss the significance of purpose finding you rather than the other way around. They emphasize the importance of human-to-human connections and being open to opportunities for making a positive impact. 00:15:12 - The Heartbreaking Reality in Sub-Saharan Africa, The guest discusses the heartbreaking stories of children dying from diarrhea in sub-Saharan Africa. He emphasizes the importance of addressing this issue and highlights the work done by World Vision. He also encourages listeners to support organizations like World Vision. 00:16:50 - Embracing Serendipity and Openness, The conversation shifts to the concept of serendipity and the importance of being open to unexpected opportunities. The guest shares his belief that things happen for a reason and encourages listeners to recognize pivotal moments in their lives. This mindset is crucial for success in the creative field and helps in building connections and empathy with others. 00:19:42 - The Power of Storytelling in Communications and Marketing, The guest explains how storytelling plays a vital role in communications and marketing. The goal is to persuade, convince, or change minds by using the power of story and imagery. Being open to connections and embracing serendipity is essential in effectively reaching and engaging with different audiences. 00:21:08 - The Superpower of Connecting Dots and Cultivating Empathy, The guest discusses the superpower of connecting dots that others may not see. This ability to find connections is essential in the creative field and contributes to success. It is driven by empathy, which requires mental energy and the ability to put oneself in someone else's shoes. 00:26:15 - Engagement Lab: Facilitating Connection and Empathy, The guest introduces Engagement Lab and 00:31:22 - Overview of Communication Scope, The guest explains that their communication services are broad but limited to engagements that include upfront research. Their specialization is in the energy transition sector. 00:32:47 - Communication Challenges in the Energy Transition, The guest highlights the communication challenges faced by energy transition companies, such as assuming everyone believes in their mission without considering the need for effective communication and understanding of alternative solutions within the renewables industry. 00:33:27 - Identifying Needs in the Energy Transition Space, The guest emphasizes the tremendous need for effective communication within the energy transition sector, especially for rapidly scaling companies. They discuss the strain on culture, values, and internal communications as businesses grow. 00:35:05 - Importance of Founding Values and Employee Engagement, The conversation explores the significance of founding values and employee engagement in growing firms. Companies need to ensure continuity and alignment between internal culture and external messaging to maintain employee satisfaction and trust. 00:36:23 - Internal Communications and External Messaging, The guest discusses the importance of internal communications and how they influence external messaging. They stress the need for consistency and alignment between the internal experience and the external image portrayed to stakeholders. 00:47:31 - Dealing with Impatience and Inspiration, The conversation explores the dilemma of balancing impatience and inspiration in the face of climate change. It discusses the need for companies, leaders, communicators, and marketers to be inspirational while counteracting people's impatience about the state of the world. 00:48:24 - The Ambivalence of Gen X, The hosts discuss their generation's ambivalence towards various issues but acknowledge the importance of passionate individuals working in renewable and climate change-related industries. They emphasize the need for these individuals to see the bigger picture and the importance of focusing on specific areas and products to effect change. 00:49:39 - Embracing a Balanced Approach, The conversation emphasizes the importance of living with urgency and passion, while also maintaining a pragmatic view of the technology and practicalities involved in the energy transition. They highlight the need to blend the inspiration of environmentalists with the knowledge and understanding of technology experts. 00:51:51 - The Long-Term Nature of the Energy Transition, The hosts discuss the reality that the energy transition is a long-term process rather than an overnight fix. They acknowledge the need for political action to accelerate the transition but emphasize that it requires time, investment, and a willingness to explore and embrace multiple solutions. 00:54:02 - Acknowledging the Benefits of Power, The conversation acknowledges the historical benefits of power and energy in improving people's lives, despite the negative environmental impacts. They highlight the need for a cleaner and 01:02:54 - Introduction to Barrett Road and its Agile Approach, Michael Morris discusses Barrett Road, a family business known for its tight-knit group and agile approach in client engagements. 01:03:25 - The Impact of AI on Writing and Creativity, Michael shares his thoughts on how AI technology, such as Chat GPT, is impacting the writing process. He believes that while AI can enhance writing, the journey of exploration and creativity is what truly makes writing powerful. 01:05:34 - AI's Potential to Replace Writers and Artists, The question of whether AI will replace writers and artists is explored, with different opinions ranging from full replacement to AI being a tool for augmentation. Michael leans towards the idea of humans staying in control of the writing process for a more meaningful connection with the audience. 01:09:15 - AI's Lack of Commitment to Truth and Connection, Michael highlights the importance of truth and empathy in writing and how AI lacks the commitment to these aspects. He emphasizes the human-to-human connection and engagement that good writing brings. 01:13:30 - Embracing AI as a Tool and Making Writing More Efficient, While acknowledging the benefits of AI in enhancing writing skills and accessibility, Michael suggests finding a balance between using AI as a tool and maintaining the journey of research and personal growth that comes with writing. He encourages writers to embrace AI while still staying in control of the process. 01:17:13 - The Power of Technology in Graphic Design and Artistry, The guest expresses his surprise at the quality of work produced by AI tools like Mid Journey and Dolly, despite not having a background in graphic design. He highlights the potential for these technologies in the energy transition and cautions about the need for fact-checking. 01:18:37 - Unleashing Creativity with AI, The guest shares an example of how Chat GPT was used to discuss the carbon credit controversy in Shakespearean style, showcasing the creative possibilities of AI. He emphasizes the importance of humans in competing with AI and hopes that these technologies won't displace people in the value chain. 01:19:44 - Experience and Career Advantages in the Age of AI, The guest acknowledges that his and the host's experience and position in their careers protect them from being displaced by AI. He encourages others to find ways to compete with AI and expresses hope for the future. 01:20:31 - Connecting with Michael Morris and Engagement Lab, The host provides information on how listeners can connect with Michael Morris on LinkedIn and mentions the upcoming launch of the Engagement Lab website. He encourages readers to explore the work of Engagement Lab in the energy transition. 01:21:29 - Gratitude and Encouragement, The guest expresses his gratitude for the conversation and praises the host for incorporating different elements of his life into the podcast. The host reciprocates the appreciation and encourages listeners to subscribe and leave reviews. *Notes were created by humans, with help from Capsho, my preferred AI show notes assistant.
In part 3 with Joe, we discuss how dodgy offsets and double accounting feed into COP28 and ask the question - is the COP process set-up to fail? A link to Joe's in-depth paper on all of this is in the notes.To get full episodes much earlier, join via Youtube or Patreon: https://patreon.com/genncc Link to Joe's paper on offsets: https://bpb-us-w2.wpmucdn.com/web.sas.upenn.edu/dist/0/896/files/2023/06/OffsetPaper7.0-6-27-23-FINAL2.pdf Part 3 Content Guide 1. With so many nations trying to defraud the Paris Agreement carbon accounting mechanism, will we ever achieve our goals? 2. Denmark, the oil company and Microsoft - blending the real with the fake offsets for cash.3. UNFCCC Jargon: Authorised offsets, corresponding adjustments… agreed but not compulsory. 3. Where are the positives in all this? 4. Is the COP set-up to fail?