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Demain N'attend Pas
44- Quel rôle pour la Justice Internationale ? Avec Jeanne Sulzer, avocate des victimes de génocide, de crime de guerre et de terrorisme

Demain N'attend Pas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 43:51


Dans les épisodes précédents, nous avons beaucoup parlé d'entrepreneurs à mission qui réinventent leur filière et de fondateurs d'ONG qui effectuent un travail particulièrement admirable

Seismic Soundoff
168: The necessity and benefits of mentorship

Seismic Soundoff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 20:24


Cara Hunter and Teresa Santana discuss the value and importance of mentoring for geoscientists. In this conversation with host Andrew Geary, Cara and Teresa highlight Mentoring365, a program that matches students and early career professionals with Earth and space sciences experts. They explain the need for this program, explore networking in 2023, and offer tips for first-time mentors and mentees. Cara and Teresa also elaborate on the two-way aspect of mentorship and how any professional can build their network. The conversation concludes with a reflection on how mentorship has influenced their career and the value of engaging as a mentor. Cara Hunter is the Technical Community Engagement Manager at SLB and SEG Women's Network Chair. Teresa Santana is the Chief Geophysicist, Diversity Officer, and Advisor in Geophysics at YPF S.A. and vice-chair of the SEG Women's Network. Listen to the full archive at https://seg.org/podcast. ABOUT MENTORING365 Mentoring365 matches students and early career professionals with experts in the Earth and space sciences (ESS) to exchange ideas, create connections and build a more inclusive ESS community. Effective mentorship benefits everyone involved. Mentoring365 allows mentees to connect with more than 400 mentors with a wealth of knowledge to help them thrive as ESS professionals. Mentors develop leadership skills while lifting up a younger generation. To learn more and get started on your mentoring journey, visit https://mentoring365.chronus.com/. CREDITS SEG produces Seismic Soundoff to benefit its members and the scientific community and to inform the public about the value of geophysics. Please leave a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to show your support for the show. It takes less than five seconds to leave a 5-star rating and is the number one action you can take to show appreciation for this free resource. And follow the podcast on the app to be notified when each new episode is released. Original music created by Zach Bridges. Andrew Geary hosted, edited, edited, and produced this episode at 51 features, LLC. Thank you to the SEG podcast team: Jennifer Cobb, Kathy Gamble, and Ally McGinnis.

The Melissa Ambrosini Show
486: Digital Hygiene, Screen Time, Brain Health & Protecting Our Kids | Dr Victoria Dunckley

The Melissa Ambrosini Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 54:54


What is screen time doing to our children's brains and development? If you are a parent (like me), you may be concerned about your children being exposed to screens, the amount of screen time they are having, what kind of content they are seeing, and how all of this is affecting their brains and mental health. In this game changing episode, I talk with Dr Victoria Dunckley, an integrative child psychiatrist, about what Electronic Screen Syndrome (ESS) is, how screen time is affecting our children, what to do if one of our children have ESS, the myths around technology and kids being left behind and so much more. Tune in and learn how you can protect your children, their brains and their childhood.Head to www.melissaambrosini.com/486 for the show notes.Join my newsletter: www.melissaambrosini.com/newsletterFollow me on Instagram: @melissaambrosini Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Sean White's Solar and Energy Storage Podcast
2021 International Residential Code (IRC) and Energy Storage Systems (ESS) with Bill Brooks (BB)

Sean White's Solar and Energy Storage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 27:44


2021 IRC requirements for ESS units to be less than 20kWh, 3-foot separation between ESS units, exceptions due to large-scale fire testing (UL 9540A), distance of ESS from garage window vs. window of living space, SolSmart.org PV, Future SolSmart ESS material Bill is developing, 2024 IRC Proposals, lithium-ion not good on the outside of a house in cold places and NFPA 855 Standard for ESS.

Budget Divas
Enjoying The Holidays Even When Dealing With Holiday Stress - With Jedd Ramos

Budget Divas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 34:04


Ep #44 In today's podcast, we are talking about how stress affects not only our physical and mental health but also our financial health. As we are approaching the holiday season, there may be things that are stressing us out – family, travel, money, and juggling so many priorities. In today's podcast, my guest is Jedd Ramos. Jedd is the Founder, Visionary Leader & Owner of KaiZen FITNESS.  He is a certified, educated and experienced fitness professional that specializes in life-changing fitness that creates limitless transformations. Jedd synergistically fuses modern science with ancestral wisdom.  With over 12 years of experience within the health, fitness and wellness fields, Jedd utilizes scientific, evidence-based methods to holistically serve each client in mind, body, spirit, heart and soul, so that his clients live a more healthy, fulfilling quality of life.To learn more about Jedd and his services, check out his links below: Email: Kaizen.ESS@gmail.com https://kaizen-ess.weebly.com/https://linktr.ee/kaizen.fitness https://www.facebook.com/jedd.ramos.45/ https://www.instagram.com/saiyajin_son_goku/Interested in making money as a mystery shopper? Get access to the FREE training here: https://www.budgetdivas.com/mysterytraining

Women World Leaders' Podcast
349. Empowering Lives With Purpose, Interview with Brandie Reader - Part I

Women World Leaders' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 33:09


Brandie Reader is a 22-year-old with a powerful story of a broken life shattered into a million pieces. The incredible work God is doing to restore her with His healing love will bring unspeakable joy to your soul.      You'll hear the battle of lies Brandie has dealt with and overcome because of God's unfailing promises of truth. Brandie shares that this transparent story isn't just for her but hopes to encourage others with the hope and miracle of God which He brought to her precisely when she needed it. Brandie titled this 2 part podcast: "Hope Is Colorful, Overcoming Darkness With Light"   ******* Kimberly Hobbs   Welcome to Empowering Lives With Purpose. And I'm your host, Kimberly Hobbs, I'm the founder of Women World Leaders. And it's my privilege to welcome our guest today, Brandie Reader, welcome, Brandie. Brandie Reader   Hi, I'm so excited to be here with you today. Kimberly Hobbs   We're so excited to have you she is a young, delightful precious woman of God. And it's just such an honor to be able to interview you today brandy and, and just hear about this amazing story that God has given to you, ladies, we are all about sharing here and just being open together and transparent with the unbelievable God's stories that he has given to some of us. And we all have a story, right? And how we get through our lives is what we pray that you will have, which is a god story in your life. And we know that brandy has an amazing God story that he's given to her. And one of the scriptures I love to share on this podcast is they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb. And by the word of their testimony, that's revelation 1211. And they overcame him which is the enemy by sharing by sharing by the word of their testimony. So there is power in what we do through the power of the Holy Spirit as He leads and guides us to share these unbelievable stories. So it is our hope today that through listening to brandy share about her past and some of what she's had to walk through and endure, that you might be able to relate with her. And something inside of you is going to be stirred. And we pray that it's hope and inspiration as God moves and speaks to you through this most amazing story. And we are going to do it in two parts, because it's pretty intense. Brandy has a lot that she'd like to share with you today. And we just don't want to rush through anything because there's so much amazing what God has done in her life through through this testimony. So we believe that all of you ladies have a purpose. And so we hope that you will maybe find that purpose through listening through these podcasts each week. So a little bit about brandy. Brandy is 22 years old, and she's from West Palm Beach, Florida. And I love it that she's so close to me. And I got to hear her speak and I was so moved by what I heard. And I felt God just nudging me to go talk to her and I kept praying Well, God, I mean, this church was packed with people, how am I gonna ever find her? And God led us to the bathroom. We both come out of the styles together. And there she was. And I just blurted out really quick, like, Brandy, you know, like, I just felt you know that that nudge to say, Would you be willing to share with you know, women were leaders. And what's really interesting is, she said, you know, she was going to pray about it too. And I didn't hear from her didn't hear from her. And somebody gave her a tears to triumph book. And I don't know who that person was because I asked her the name. But through in the world leaders we do these amazing anthologies with women who share their stories, and somebody placed this book tears to triumph in brandies hand and to her it was a confirmation that she was supposed to do this podcast today. So we are praying that it blesses you. Brandy goes to bow down church, and that's where she was speaking and I heard her testimony. She did a program through her church called 516 where she learned how to truly be a disciple of Christ, and how the Lord changed her life. Brandi is passionate about God healing deliverance and prayer. And she aspires to bring people closer to God and healing through her story and I love that. And I had asked her what do you think would be a good title for what we're going to share about today brandy and she said she came back with hope is colorful, overcoming darkness with light and I love that because now she is wearing color and it's color that Jesus has brought into her life. And brandy learned the meaning of God breathing life into her life and she is a daughter of have the most high God. And she handed her pain to Jesus. But he had to tear down to build up. And brandy talks about this in her testimony how he had to pull up to plant. And going through it was how. But Brandi loves God more than she ever has loved him in her life. And now she's ready to share about the hell she went through to get where she is today. So brandy, can you take us back and share some of your past so we know where you came from? Brandie Reader   Yes, definitely. So my mom, I have two older sisters. And my mom got pregnant with me. She was not expecting to get pregnant with me. My biological dad, he's not in my life. But they met kind of in a club one night, and I happen. So my mum was young, I don't believe she was ready to have kids. So there was a lot of just feelings of reduction at a young age, you know, I have learned that the things you speak over yourself, even when you're pregnant, goes into that baby. And so from the time at birth, they were just rejection being spoken over me. And so my mom, she lost her rights when I was two for abandonment and neglect. And my biological dad gave him the right to a when I was two because he was not ready for children. And so I was moved my two older sisters, they shared the same dad, I DCF removed me into their home because they didn't want to be split up. And I just remember feeling as a child, so alone, because my sisters were full sisters, they were my half sisters. They had a better relationship. And my stepdad it just seemed like there was a lot of anger or Yes, not love for me. And so I grew up without a mom and then with a stepdad who really didn't want me. And so starting off, it was a lot of verbal abuse. But then as I grew up returning to physical abuse, and that could range from calling me a fat ESS to physically putting his hands on me and so a lot of insecurity at a young age about myself how I looked. But one of the memories I often share that I remember, an example of the abuse was I was eating macaroni at the dinner table one time, and I remember at the dinner table, we couldn't talk and if we talked, an ashtray would be thrown out of our head, remote, anything you could think of would just get thrown at us. But one day, I was at a dinner table eating and I did not like the macaroni and I threw it up and I was forced to eat it. And so just abuse of all kinds. And later on in life, I will find out that I was sexually abused as well. And so just growing up feeling so alone, I didn't live in a Christian household and my stepdad was actually anti God. Anything God he was against. And so I was never really exposed to face or God. But as I grew up still, you know, just dealing with rejection, abandonment and feeling like, honestly, I think I often just felt like I'd be better off dead like no one wants me. No one cares about me. No one loves me. And so I didn't even really know what love was. And as I walked through a lot of healing, I was able, I've been able to identify that Mike concept of love was actually very for sorted. And so as I grew up, I remember in middle school, there's a teacher who introduced me to a youth group. And I started going to that youth group and just remember feeling at home, and like, I don't know what it is about this place, but like I just feel at home. And I was sponsored to go to summer camp when summer and I met the Lord and it changed my life. You know, I think people sometimes share about how their relationship first becoming a Christian. It's kind of a slow process. For me. It was this quick process, I was still on fire for the Lord. But I was able to see that as I grew closer to the Lord and I met the Lord. The abuse got worse at home. And I'm able to see now that it was the Holy Spirit inside of me and me working in my stepdad. And there was just this clash, you know. And so the abuse got worse. And there's this one day where, you know, I just kind of felt like I had the Lord. But, you know, I was going to church on Sunday, I was reading my scripture, I was praying, but I just still felt like there's hopelessness. And I remember, there's this one night that it just kind of all got the best of me and this darkness really just be in the cloud me. And we had this huge bottle of aspirin at the house I was with with my stepdad. And I started taking the pills and just chewing up these white aspirin pills and laying on the floor and outs crying, and I'm begging the Lord to forgive me, like we're Forgive me, for what I just said, and my sister who was visiting at that time, open the door, and she saw me saw the empty bottle on the ground and called 911. And I was rushed to the hospital. And I actually remember while I was in the hospital, they gave me something for me to pair up, but I had already digested the pills, that none of the pills were coming up until they had to put a tube down my nose and pump my stomach to get the aspirin out. And I remember just thinking like, I'm dying, you know, and remembering like, my stepdad was so angry at me. And just thinking like, right now I need to know that I'm loved. But just there's this anger towards me and so discontinued to confirm the belief that I wasn't wanted to convert the belief that no one cared. And so coming out of the overdose, I was able to realize that, you know, I had accepted God on my heart. But I didn't know that a relationship was possible like that. He actually, I can actually talk to him. And he talks to me, like I was doing all the right things, going to church reading my Bible, but I didn't really have that relationship aspect. And so once I was able to identify that it's like, again, my relationship with the Lord just took off. But again, there are still about reductions, that abandonment. And so there was one day that things were really bad at home. And it was like, to the point where the only place I could go to a school, like I'd be locked in my bedroom, no food to eat, you know, just pure like neglect and abandonment. And I had asked to go to church and my stepdad refused to let me go to church. But I knew that I, I was such in a dark place that I needed community, like I needed people to come around me and encouraged me and give me some hope. And so he left for work that morning, and I left for church. And I laughed, because that was like, the most disobedient thing I've done in my life was leave for church when I wasn't supposed to. So I went to church that morning. And when I went to lunch with some ladies from my church afterwards, and he was calling my phone and cussing me out and told me that he's calling the cops. And I came back to the house after church, and he had called the police on me and told them that I hadn't run away. And I talked to the police. And they're like, We know you're a good girl, like, we know that. You're doing dual enrollment, like you're doing the right things, like just be a good girl. And so to their mind, I was just being a bad girl. They didn't really know what was truly going on. And so I went inside the house, and he came to my bedroom. And he said, Give me your phone. And I refuse because I know for me, my phone was my only source of protection. And he would leave the room and I pull up my devotional and I start reading because I knew like, the Lord was all that I had, you know, I just My Spirit knew that something wasn't right. You know, support my devotional, he comes back into the room, give me your phone, and refusing and he says to me, if I come into this room again, it's not going to be pretty. Here's the room, he comes into the room a third time, give me your phone, and I shake my head, I don't have my phone. He starts be like punching the wall like ripping stuff off of my wall. Come in a flip over then that says that I'm on a mattress on the floor, flips over the mattress and starts putting his weight on me and like suffocating me, and I'm terrified and finally he gets off the mattress and he does if I come in here again and you don't give me your phone. It's not going to be good. And so as soon as he left the room, my bedroom was in a place where like it was just right across From the front door, and I knew that if I did not leave that room, he was going to kill me, you know, for he was going to beat me to pulp. And so I run up my room out the front door. Next thing I know, I look behind me and he's running behind me, and he catches up to me. He's on top of me. And I'm fighting, like trying to get him off of me rolling around in the grass, like trying to wiggle my way out. And then finally he gets on top of me, and he puts his hands on my throat. And he says, This is what you wanted. You want me to go to jail, this is what you wanted. And I'm laying down in this grass. And I'm like, Lord, this is it. You know, this is the end, like, he's going to kill me, I'm gonna die today. And I know, this was only the word, he took his hands off of my throat. And he got up. And he got up and I ran to liquor store, and I called the police. And, you know, this was such a God thing, because it was the same police who had showed up earlier that day when he said I had to run away. And I was in the same outfit. And so they were able to see the before and after wear it with grass stains all over my pants and our marks on my hands and on my, on my throat. Wow. So they saw this Yes, was called. And then I was placed into another family's house, which I had kind of already had a relationship with. And, you know, when this happened, you know, I was going through a lot of PTSD from this. I was because I still lived in the same town. And a restraining order had been given but had this fear of like, is he gonna come find me and told me is he gonna see me in public, he had been arrested. But just as Pharaoh who took me but given in the midst of the fear, there's just this like excitement because I'm like, Wow, Lord, like, I've been praying for so long for family, and I finally received this family. And you know, they were going to adopt me, but DCF had to close the case, too soon. So they weren't able to adopt me. But I'm like, Yay, I finally have a family. And then I was moved to another home. And it just devastated me because, and so on. In Psalms, it says he puts the lonely in families. And I was like, how can that be true, you know, you have put me in a family. And then I was moved, you know. And so I knew at this moment is when I started to mistrust the Lord. I didn't trust that his plans were good. I didn't trust that. I didn't trust His word and that it was true. So I'm moving to the next family. And when I moved to them, I remember telling the Lord like, Lord, if I move again, I don't know if I'm going to be able to survive it, like the pain was just so much. And it just confirmed those beliefs that no one wanted me, no one cared, and then I'd be better off dead. So then when I moved to the spirit home, I think that I was just so heartbroken that even if they did love me, I couldn't have received it because I was so broken by what had happened to me that I like, my eyes were just like, all I could see was people didn't want me people didn't care. Kimberly Hobbs   And that's where you started believing the lies. And the battle of the lies came in brandy. And just like our audience, there's I know there's women out there right now that are living your story, Brandy, or they have lived your story, and they continue battling those lies. So this story isn't just your story. And so continue on because there's so much more but these battles of lies that the enemy was feeding you are horrific. And... Brandie Reader   Yeah, the reality is, is when you believe life for so long, they were my truth. Like they were my truth. No one wanted me it just to me, it just wasn't a lie. This became my truth. And so this family, they had given me their last name. And I'm like, wow, this is so amazing. Because I remember feeling like with my stuff that I had given, I had been given his last name at birth, and I just felt so much shame because I'm like, have a last name of this man who just who hates me? And then I received a new last name and then I moved into a new home I'm like, What in the world with I finally received this gift and then now I carry this name of like, another family, you know, and so just, I was there's so much time meant so many lies that I, the enemy had just made truth in my life that I honestly didn't know what love was. And so I moved into this new family's house. And, you know, that was a gift from the Lord, because they just created this space for me to heal. And I remember, I started going to counseling, and that's when I found out I had been sexually abused. And it devastated me because I'm like, How could How could this you know what I was like, Lord, anything you can think of happened to me. And now this. And I remember coming home one day after a counseling session when I had found out about this, and I was so heartbroken. I was so like, because when you have trauma, often you block out memories, and then you find out and it's almost like you're reliving the trauma for the first time. So I come home, I'm so devastated. And I'm walking in the house. And I heard the Lord say to me, there's joy to be found. And I'm like, I kind of like, okay, I know, whatever. And I take another step. And I hear, there's joy to be found in that. And then I'm like, Okay, now I don't know who he was talking to. Because I know that it's not me. And then I hear a third time, there's joy to be found in this. And I'm just so thankful because I needed to hear it three times. And the Lord has always been so kind and gracious to me. And he doesn't mind repeating himself. And I just break down on that third time that I'm like, How can there be joy found in this, and I remember, I put on some worship music and raise a hallelujah, by Bethel music. And there's this part in it where he says, Now I can't sing the song for you, you have to sing it for yourself. And I start singing in the middle of tears. I am clean, and I am whole. And I'm Clint, which in reality, and in this reality wasn't true. I had been defiled, I had felt dirty. But God was beckoning me to partner with his reality, what his reality is, I'm clean, and I am home. And I just begin to see this over me even though I didn't believe it. But I knew that I, in order to believe it, I had to start declaring his truth over me to combat the lives of what was around me. And so I got accepted to a private Christian College in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Atlantic University was, which was a miracle, because my biggest goal growing up was to work at McDonald's, because I'm like, that's what's gonna get me out of this house. And then I get accepted. I graduate college, which I'm the first one out of my ancestry to like, do that. And then I get accepted to college. I'm like, Bob, that is terrible Lord and a Christian college at that. And so I go to college as a really good first year. And then my second year, I get a knee injury. And I just fall into a depression. And I don't think at the time, I would have called it depression, because I didn't really know too much about it. And I realize now depression was just so much of my life, that it was normal. And I get into this depression. And I'm burned out because of this belief that in order to be loved, I serve. So I served from a place of wanting love. And I would try to buy people's love. And so I'm burned out, I get invited to a local church bow down. And remember, the first day I showed up, they literally said everything that I wanted to church was said the first day and so I'm like, Okay, Lord, this is my church. And I just get wrapped up in this community. And I am invited to do this program through my church called 516. And I pray about it. And I'm like, Okay, I'm gonna do this. And so I enter 516. And I remember thinking, and Tom the words, I poured it 516 doesn't heal me. I don't know what can like, I am just so broken. And I often would tell people, I'm just broken base that has been shattered, and the chars have been stepped on into this tiny little dust. And there's no way that I can be put back together. I don't even know if God can put me back together. And so, through this program, I started doing inner healing. And I just began to be like, things that I never thought like, I needed to heal him from like forgiveness, forgiving people. I never thought that that was possible. And I started to experience healing and breakthrough as I did this program, and the Lord started telling me from the lies that I didn't even know that I believed.  

Sean White's Solar and Energy Storage Podcast
2018 International Fire Code (IFC) for Energy Storage Systems (ESS) with Bill Brooks and related topics

Sean White's Solar and Energy Storage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 34:08


This video is based on the 2018 IFC and there are many places that are using the 2018 IFC, in fact I just taught an ESS  class to inspectors based on the 2015 IFC. You will have to check your own state to see which version is adopted. At the time I am writing this, the 2018 IFC is the most widely used version, although the 2021 IFC has already been released. Additionally, most of the language between different versions is the same, so understanding one version means you mostly understand the other. Don't be one of those people that overly worries about studying a different version of a Code.   Topics we cover include: Large-scale fire testing (UL 9540A), FMEA, container batteries/ESS, Lead-acid, NiCad, Lithium-ion, maximum sizes, maximum allowable battery quantities, UL 9540, UL 1973, EMS energy management systems, BMS battery management systems

Demain N'attend Pas
42 - Réinventer la finance au service de la transition avec Marie Ekeland, fondatrice du fond 2050

Demain N'attend Pas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 31:35


On sait combien il est important de transformer nos économies, nos politiques, nos modes de consommation pour freiner le réchauffement climatique en cours et réduire l'emprise que notre modèle de société exerce sur la nature.    L'économiste Kate Raworth a théorisé cette notion dans la “théorie du donut” qui nous invite à trouver des modèles économiques qui respectent les limites planétaires.    Cela n'a l'air de rien, mais cela suppose une réinvention complète de toutes nos filières industrielles : l'agriculture, le transport, la construction, le textile…   Toutes reposent aujourd'hui sur d'immenses consommations d'énergie fossile et de minéraux rares,  détruisent massivement la biodiversité  et menacent les puits à carbone (forêt amazonienne et phytoplancton de l'océan notamment) dont dépendent la vie sur terre.  Mais réinventer les filières industrielles, ce n'est pas une mince affaire… Cela suppose :  de comprendre en profondeur ce qui génère des problèmes, avec tout ce que cela veut dire en terme de complexité et d'interactions entre les différentes industries,  d'être à l'affut des innovations qui émergent et pourraient participer à résoudre ces problèmes, parfois en repensant complètement le fonctionnement d'une filière,  enfin de pouvoir financer ces amorces de solutions, de les aider à fonctionner dans leur écosystème et de promouvoir leur développement.   Complexe, hein ? C'est à cela et rien de moins que s'attaque “2050”, le fond d'investissement de MARIE ECKELAND, qui vise à “faire advenir un futur fertile”

Martes de Terror
Nº117 LA HERENCIA DE TÍA ÁGATA

Martes de Terror

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 59:39


Sexto episodio de la cuarta temporada donde seguimos con expectación el ciclo dedicado a Stephen King.Hoy continuamos con la segunda parte de «Los chicos del maíz».La aventura de nuestros amigos es fuera de casa, pues una trágica noticia afecta a Evaristo y en especial a su primo Parsimonioso. Ha muerto la tía Ágata y la herencia que deja es... ¿una casa encantada? Voz invitada: Inés Vega EscritoraEn el espacio musical nos acompaña la banda Lutharö por cortesía de Hueso Producciones. Si te gusta nuestro trabajo y quieres contribuir a nuestro crecimiento, puedes apoyarnos con un donativo en https://paypal.me/radiotrovador?country.x=ES&locale.x=es_ESSíguenos enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/EvaristoElepitafioInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/martesdeterror/o en la web https://www.luxferreaudios.com/martes-de-terror/

OBS
Raymond Chandler och Los Angeles tomhet

OBS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 9:29


Mattias Hagberg ger sig in bland palmträdens skugga i Los Angeles för att närma sig en författare som förebådar postmodernismen: Raymond Chandler. ESSÄ: Detta är en text där skribenten reflekterar över ett ämne eller ett verk. Åsikter som uttrycks är skribentens egna. Essän sändes första gången 2016.Första gången jag körde från flygplatsen i Los Angeles mot Santa Monica och havet var det natt. Palmerna längs vägen var som svarta, grafiska tryck mot himlen, och bergen i fjärran påminde om en mörk mur.Jag svängde upp på motorvägen och lät mig uppslukas av den oändliga strömmen av bilar. Nedanför mig bredde metropolen ut sig med sina raka avenyer, låga byggnader och glittrande gatljus.Där och då var det något som fångade mig; en förnimmelse av verkligheten som kanske bäst kan beskrivs med ord som undanglidande, fragmentarisk och innehållslös. Det var en känsla som var både skrämmande och behaglig.Jag var i Los Angeles i tio dagar rörde mig genom det splittrade stadslandskapet, gjorde intervjuer, skrev men känslan lämnade mig aldrig. Tvärt om. Den växte.Det är en känsla jag funderat mycket på sedan dess. Det är en känsla jag har försökt att förstå, framför allt med fiktionens hjälp.Los Angeles plats i litteraturen är påfallande begränsad, i alla fall om man jämför med andra metropoler som New York, London eller Paris. Medan världens stora författare har flockats runt dessa platser har de alltid skytt Los Angeles.Jag föreställer mig att det har med rummet att göra; med det uppbrutna stadslandskapet; med motorvägarna och avstånden; med avsaknaden av centrum och med bristen på överskådlighet. Los Angeles är på många sätt enformigt och monotont, en oändlig repetition av samma låga hus, samma raka gator, samma bensinstationer, samma snabbmatsställen, samma palmer, samma motorvägar. Det finns en påtaglig fattigdom i upprepningen, en fattigdom som det är svårt att göra litteratur av.Jag har egentligen bara hittat en författare som lyckats fullt ut: Raymond Chandler.Trots att det gått sextio år sedan han lämnade ifrån sig sin sista roman är det som om han talar direkt till vår tid.Genom att läsa Raymond Chandlers hårdkokta deckare kan man förstå Los Angeles.Men inte bara det. Jag tror att Raymond Chandler har något mer att säga oss. Genom att fånga staden fångar han även den moderna, eller ska jag kanske säga den postmoderna människan och hennes belägenhet. Jag vet att det är slitna ord, men i just det här fallet tror jag att de är helt rätt.Jag är inte ensam om de här tankarna. Under de senaste åren har intresset för Raymond Chandler ökat. Hans romaner kommer ständigt i nya utgåvor och litteraturen om honom växer.Ett tecken i tiden är att den berömde amerikanske litteratur- och kulturteoretikern Fredric Jameson nyligen samlade några essäer om Raymond Chandler i en volym, allt med det uttalade målet att lyfta in deckarförfattaren i finrummet. Fredric Jameson menar nämligen att Raymond Chandler är en lika intressant modernistisk författare som exempelvis Vladimir Nabokov eller Virginia Woolf bara man läser honom på rätt sätt.Under tjugo år, från slutet av trettiotalet till slutet av femtiotalet, skrev Raymond Chandler sju romaner som blivit stilbildande för den moderna kriminallitteraturen alla med den ironiske, desillusionerade och ensamme privatdetektiven Philip Marlowe i huvudrollen. Romanerna är påfallande lika, som om de alla är variationer på ett och samma tema.Det börjar alltid med ett enkelt fall. Någon är försvunnen eller utsatt för utpressning. Philip Marlowe tar motvilligt sig an saken, bara för att snabbt dras in i någon svåröverskådlig härva av lögner och våldsbrott. Med cigaretten i mungipan jagar han fram och tillbaka över Los Angeles. Han konfronterar korrupta affärsmän, våldsamma poliser och hänsynslösa gangsters. Och till slut hittar han alltid en förklaring till det ursprungliga fallet.På ytan ganska typiska kriminalhistorier med andra ord; ett brott, en detektiv, en lösning. Men det finns några element som skiljer Raymond Chandler från nästan alla andra författare i genren och det är dessa element som ger honom en särställning.Redan de första raderna i den första romanen, Den stora sömnen från 1939, skvallrar om författarens intentioner:Klockan var ungefär elva på förmiddagen. Det var i mitten av oktober. Solen sken inte och en ridå av strilande regn syntes mot bergssluttningarnas skarpa konturer. Jag hade blå kostym, mörkblå skjorta, slips och snobbnäsduk, svarta skor, svarta yllestrumpor med mörkblå stickning. Jag var snygg, proper, rakad och nykter och jag kände mig ovanligt styv i korken. Jag var precis allting som en välklädd privatdeckare bör vara.Det är Philip Marlowes röst som Raymond Chandler låter oss höra. Det är hans personliga stämma vi får ta del av inget annat. Med bitande ironi och påtaglig distans återberättar han en räcka händelser ur sitt eget perspektiv. Här finns ingen objektiv sanning, ingen yttre ordning, bara Philip Marlowes egna upplevelser, eller snarare det sätt han väljer att beskriva dessa på.Som läsare blir jag genast osäker. Vad är det egentligen jag tar del av?Och det blir värre.Intrigerna i alla romanerna är ytterst komplicerade. Avsnitt läggs till avsnitt, utan att någon riktig känsla av sammanhang infinner sig. Varje enskild scen blir snabbt intressantare än sammanhanget.Alla Raymond Chandlers romaner känns faktiskt som lapptäcken, som samlingar med subjektiva fragment.En förklaring är arbetsmetoden. Han använde sig ofta av gamla noveller som han klippte och klistrade ihop. Han samplade sig själv.En annan förklaring finns i Los Angeles uppsplittrade sociala landskap. I en miljö där alla lever utan några klara sociala band blir verkligheten, och romankonsten, fragmentarisk.Och mellan dessa fragment smyger tomheten in en känsla av meningslöshet, en känsla som alltid förstärks mot slutet. Upplösningen är aldrig en förlösning hos Raymond Chandler. Det finns ingen upprättelse eller rättvisa, bara en dämpad avtoning. Staden och världen fortsätter som förut trots alla mord, all misär, all korruption. Raymond Chandler skriver fram likgiltigheten.Just denna tomhet har Fredric Jameson tagit fasta på i sin närläsning. För honom blir romanerna om Philip Marlowe en sorts existentiella historier i klass med Albert Camus Främlingen eller Jean-Paul Sartres Äcklet. För honom handlar romanerna till syvende och sist om den ensamma människan som är utkastad i en meningslös tillvaro med döden som enda fasta punkt.Det är ett intressant perspektiv om än deprimerande.Själv har jag inga problem med att se Raymond Chandler som en modernistisk författare. Men jag läser honom hellre som en postmodernistisk föregångare, som en författare som lyckades med att gestalta det senmoderna samhällets splittring, oöverskådlighet och subjektivitet, långt före alla andra.Jag har återvänt till Los Angeles några gånger efter det där första omtumlande mötet. Varje gång har jag drabbats av samma märkliga känsla av tomhet. Och varje gång har jag känt ett starkt behov av att läsa Raymond Chandler igen. För mig ligger hans aktualitet och storhet i hans förmåga att fånga en stad som egentligen inte låter sig fångas en stad, och ett samhälle, där bitarna är större än helheten. Mattias Hagberg, författare och kulturskribent Fredric Jameson, "Raymond Chandler: The Detections of Totality", Verso Books 

The FITSPRO Podcast
172 | Part 2: 6 Experiences That Changed The Trajectory Of My Life 

The FITSPRO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 19:31


If you missed it,  be sure to listen to episode 171 for how I went from skipping college to a four year ESS degree, to denying jobs and starting my own business, to low key failing and changing my life with a Instagram course under $300 during my not your father's rootbeer kitchen counter breakdown. Today we are headed into brighter waters. Well, it's starting off that way, then things get a little dim for a bit before we see the light again. 2018 to present day was a rollercoaster to say the least. I mean, it included a global pandemic, so perhaps that's expected. We left off in 2016, having purchased Marie Forleo's B school and feeling like I actually had some direction for the online side of my business. I'd largely built up the in person portion. That wasn't my issue but since starting Fitdesignbyannie in 2015, the goal was ALWAYS to be fully remote. I was motivated by no alarm clocks and working from my laptop on my own time. Freedom is one of my personal and brand core values. I really hate feeling restricted by outside forces. Like a job LOL. So, in July 2017, I'd built a sustainable business online. I had grown a following + close to full 1:1 roster of online training clients. I'd also built out a few other offers which brought in cash but were proving to not be for my ideal client long term. That's besides the point. Focus on the sustainable income piece. Flashback to 2013, I marry Nate before my last semester of college - he's working at a local high end hippy grocery store. We're straight up poor. Four years later, we'd both increased income significantly. We didn't NEED more money. Of course everyone can use or want more money, but that never ends. We were comfortable and that, for Nathanael had brought up some reflection on life. That brings us to number four of the six experiences that changed the trajectory of my life Nate asking what if we traveled [then doing it] I was sitting on the couch, writing programs and he walks down the hall in his towel after a shower and says to me without any preface, “what if we just traveled the world?” Just like that. He says he expected me to push back, or question him but I literally said “Yeah okay I just need to make a bit more money online.” And that was that. The research began almost immediately. He gave his work 8 months notice, and we were off to Santiago Chile nine months later. I don't think I need to unpack how traveling the world for 367 days straight changed the trajectory of my life but I will give you the bullet points. And the moral: Personally, travel is amazing for perspective. Most people may never leave their home town let alone their country. For a multitude of reasons.  I've talked about travel, myths and expectations in other episodes, so check that out. But just to take the leap was massive. To say we're going to take advantage of the career path Annie has chosen and do this NOW with what we have, was unmatched.Business: My goodness did traveling give me SPACE. More space than I'd ever experienced in my adult life. I three ‘x'ed' my revenue that year because of SPACE and the ability + demand to go all in. I built out three tiers of Built by Annie, added educational trainings, got rid of all past offers and built Body Weight for Weight Lifters and the Big Lift Audit. That choice led to clarity by fire. The moral: If Nate never asks that question - if he never verbalizes that thought, our lives are completely different. Like COMPLETELY different. If you've got a question, a wonder - if something has been put on your heart or mind, ASK or SAY it! You never know. Fast forward - we loved world travels and planned a round two for 2020. Made it to Mexico, Colombia, Bolivia, Patagonia - both Chile and Argentina, Australia and then Japan before the Rona sent us back stateside. That is like 4b because obviously the 'rona changed our trajectory. But the 'rona was not a decision; though it lead to decisions...

Dialogando con CoopERA
49. Virtudes y retos del modelo de cooperativa de trabajo asociado

Dialogando con CoopERA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 44:27


En este espisodio entrevistamos a dos jóvenes fundadores de la Cooperativa Caba Coop; Aridni Martínez y Jose Santos Valderrama. Caba Coop es una cooperativa de trabajo asociado dedicada a promover el ecoturismo facilitando visitas interpretativas del sistema de cavernas de Cabachuelas en Morovis. Escucha este episodio y déjanos saber que te pareció. Info Caba Coop en FB, Instagram, Twitter y Tik Tok Proyecto Cabachuelas. A la audiencia de Dialogando con CoopERA asegúrate darle seguir a nuestro podcast para que te avise cuando suba el próximo episodio, si te gustó este episodio comparte con familiares y amigos. Si le interesa el tema de Desarrollo Sostenible busca el episodio #35 hasta el #47, pues ya tenemos 7 episodios relacionados a este tema. Si deseas conversar con otras y otros cooperativistas del tema escribenos para invitarlos al próximo Mastermind Cooperativismo y Desarrollo Sostenible. cooperativacoopera@gmail.com  Y si conoces jóvenes que desean aprender del proceso de emprender un negocio utilizando el modelo cooperativo puedes invitarlos a participar en nuestra próxima Fogata para jóvenes 18 + que será el 18 de octubre de 2022.

OBS
Tomheten vi alla kommer ifrån

OBS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 9:19


Intet, ingenstans, icke-varat. I djupet av vår existens finns denna frånvaro. Psykoanalytikern och filosofen Johan Eriksson ser det kan utgöra ett allvarligt hot mot våra jag. Men också en möjlighet. ESSÄ: Detta är en text där skribenten reflekterar över ett ämne eller ett verk. Åsikter som uttrycks är skribentens egna. Essän sändes första gången 2018. Vi kommer från Ingenstans. Från den tomma rymden. Vi känner det. I djupet av vår existens känner vi att vi egentligen inte hör hemma här i livet, i världen, i varat. Vi lockades in i den här existensformen. Vi förfördes av dom som redan var förförda, dom troende. Dom som kallar sig våra föräldrar gav oss vårt namn och deras omsorger etablerade attraktionspunkter runt vilka de riktningslösa energierna, trycket från Ingenstans, började organiseras. En plats inmutades. Ett rum växte fram. Energierna banades och antog formen av det som dom troende kallar begär, drifter, affekter, viljor. En värld började etableras. Saker och ting började angå oss. Vi formades till människor som tycker, tänker, känner och värderar. Vi formades till människor som gillar träslöjd och skäms för sina trasiga täckjackor; människor som håller tummarna för att Djurgården ska vinna allsvenskan och som bråkar med försäkringsbolag, gör upp planer inför midsommar, oroar sig för klimatkrisen, detonerar hemmagjorda bomber på offentliga platser och svär över bredbandsuppkopplingen. Det mänskliga livets håll-i-gång blev vår verklighet, den verkliga verkligheten. Det är plötsligt lite läskigt att gå och lägga sig på kvällarna, att släcka ljuset och sluta ögonen. Släppa taget. Den existentiella oskulden har gått förlorad. Men ibland, kanske när vi precis ska till att trycka in portkoden eller lägga keso på en skiva mörkt bröd (grannens väckarklocka hörs genom väggen), då känner vi det att vi kommer från Ingenstans, att rottrådarna finns kvar. För ett ögonblick släpper förankringen i världen. Kontinuiteten i levandet avbryts tvärt. Vi famlar, faller. Fasan är namnlös. Förtvivlan är dödstyst. Vi känner: detta är en försmak av den katastrof som kallas för galenskap. Det är så här det är att tappa det. I bästa fall hittar vi snabbt tillbaka. Telefonen ringer. Radionyheterna pockar på uppmärksamhet. Vi är hemma igen, i den verkliga verkligheten, i livets håll-i-gång. Men långt där nere bevaras minnet av det snabba återbesöket. Det är plötsligt lite läskigt att gå och lägga sig på kvällarna, att släcka ljuset och sluta ögonen. Släppa taget. Den existentiella oskulden har gått förlorad. Vi har introducerats till vad det egentligen innebär att vara människa. Vi har introducerats till det skrämmande faktum att vår blinda förtrogenhet med oss själva och vårt liv vilar på att vi lyckas tränga bort minnet av vår egentliga härstamning. Som barn retades vi genom att fråga våra föräldrar var vi var någonstans innan vi föddes. På ytan är detta en oskyldig lek. Men alla bär vi på spåren av den prenatala tomhet varifrån vi kommer. För vissa är dessa spår så levande, bortträngningen är så skör, att de hela tiden måste anstränga sig, och då inte bara gällande olika typer av strävanden inom ramen för det mänskliga livet (där måste alla människor anstränga sig), utan anstränga sig för att överhuvudtaget ha ett liv och en värld inom vilken strävanden kan projekteras och realiseras. Dessa människor är dom ontologiskt otrygga, dom existentiellt hemlösa, dom som saknar en vilande bas för erfarenhetslivet. Dom lever sina liv jagade av en känsla av att livet och existensen i sig är en lögn. Dom lever på ett känslomässigt plan med en misstänksamhetens blick riktad mot den verklighet inom vilken den stora massans håll-i-gång utspelar sig. Världen blir en kuslig plats att befinna sig på. För dessa människor blir det ansträngande att överhuvudtaget vara människa. Dom upplever sig inte sällan som som-om-människor. Levandet faller sig liksom inte naturligt. Dom har relationer som om dom hade relationer; dom skaffar barn och gör karriär som om dom skaffade barn och gjorde karriär; dom älskar och skrattar som om dom älskade och skrattade; dom gråter och är deprimerade som om dom grät och var deprimerade. Om du frågar dom vem är du egentligen? så ser du paniken i deras ögon. Att vara är för människan att göra anspråk på att vara. I relation till människan är det därför alltid möjligt att kunna ställa ironiska frågor av karaktären finns det någon bland alla levande som verkligen lever?, Dock kan man fråga sig om inte dessa människor bör betraktas som privilegierade vittnen till ett grundläggande existentiellt villkor som gäller oss alla. I grunden är vi alla som-om-människor, de flesta av oss vet bara inte om det åtminstone inte förrän existerandet påminner oss. Att vara människa är att vara som-om-människa. Vi kommer från Ingenstans. Intet är den fond mot bakgrund av vilken vi träder fram. Det vi kallar för medvetande, psyke, det personliga varandet avtecknar sig mot bakgrund av Intets närvaro. Det är därför vi inte helt och fullt är förmögna att vara oss själva. Vi är inte identiska med oss själva i egenskap av, låt säga, arga, lyckliga, levande, välbeställda, medelklass, föräldrar, män, kvinnor, och så vidare. Intets närvaro är själva sprickan i vår existens som gör att vi på ett eller annat sätt alltid måste förhålla oss till oss själva: vi kan inte bara vara (arga, lyckliga, levande, välbeställda och så vidare), utan hur det är att vara (arga, lyckliga, levande, välbeställda) är alltid en aktuell fråga för oss implicit eller explicit. Att vara är för människan att göra anspråk på att vara. I relation till människan är det därför alltid möjligt att kunna ställa ironiska frågor av karaktären finns det någon bland alla levande som verkligen lever?, finns det verkligen någon riktig filosof bland alla filosofer?, finns det någon riktig man bland alla män?, finns det någon riktig människa bland alla människor?. Logiskt tycks detta vara meningslösa frågor. Alla människor är väl riktiga människor? Ändå hör vi att det faktiskt frågas någonting här. Livets overklighet är alltid en risk för oss. Misstanken finns alltid där: är jag verkligen arg, levande, troende, svensk, man, kär, engagerad, och så vidare? I de stunder då vår egentliga härstamning gör sig påmind och vår självklara förankring i livets håll-i-gång för ett ögonblick släpper så konfronteras vi med det faktum att vi i egenskap av mänskliga personer på ett djupt plan är främmande inför alla världsliga identifikationer. Ändå kan vi alla, åtminstone i minimal mening, fortfarande säga jag. Det är därför vi kan bli galna: jag kan förlora allt, inklusive mitt själv. Om det inte vore så om det liksom inte ingick i den mänskliga personvaron att kunna bli främmande inför existensen som helhet, inklusive sin egen existens så skulle vi inte kunna förundras över existensen, förhålla oss till den. Därmed skulle det saknas utrymme för frågor av typen varför?, det vill säga frågor efter orsaker, skäl, grunder. Att vi kommer ifrån Ingenstans, att vi inte har någon naturlig plats i existensen, och att vi i djupet av vår existens känner av detta faktum, är alltså ett villkor, inte bara för att vi ska kunna bli galna, utan också för att vi ska kunna bedriva någonting sådant som vetenskap eller filosofi Johan Eriksson, psykoanalytiker, psykoterapeut, filosof

Vendere Valore
587 Ridefinire il viaggio del cliente ESS9

Vendere Valore

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 23:58


Pensa al viaggio del cliente e costruisci la tua (e la sua) mappa. Nono episodio della serie dedicata a Elite Sales StrategiesSostienimi nel mio progetto maratone https://crowdfunding.faesmilano.it/projects/le-maratone-di-paolohttps://t.me/paolocorreperilfaesParti anche tu per il percorso #unannodivenderevaloreAcquistalo qui a 52€ per 365 mail https://pugnimalago.it/un-anno-di-vendere-valore/Qui invece puoi acquistare il Journal di Vendere Valore https://www.amazon.it/Journal-Vendere-Valore-Paolo-Pugni/dp/B09TVNS63Z/E qui trovi il volume con i primi 110 messaggi di 1AnnodiVendereValore https://www.amazon.it/dp/B0B45GTTYLSe preferisci la versione e-book https://venderevalore.gumroad.com/l/1AVV110Sostienimi nella mia rincorsa alle maratone https://t.me/paolocorreperilfaesLe serie di VendereValoreLa relazione conta nella vendita (Prendendo spunto da EQ della vendita) https://pugnimalago.it/la-relazione/L'arte della domanda https://pugnimalago.it/artedelladomanda/Per entrare nel gruppo di discussione sulla vendita La compagnia: https://t.me/joinchat/f3f4aMd5rLhkNWY8Il canale Telegram d Vendere Valore è questo https://t.me/venderevaloreI nostri corsi e libri sono disponibili qui http://pugnimalago.it/corsi-vendere-valore/Il corso DISC lo trovate qui, con uno sconto speciale del 20%: https://venderevalore.gumroad.com/l/Zzhfe/PodcastVVLa pagina dedicata all'arte della domanda http://pugnimalago.it/artedelladomanda/- Ecco dove trovi i nostri libri* ”Vendere valore. Il colloquio ideale per guidare il tuo cliente verso maggiori profitti" https://amzn.to/2Z4aseM* Franca Malagò Ragazze diamoci da fare lo trovi qui: https://amzn.to/348KHMt* Vendere valore. Il manifesto e il metodo AIUTAhttps://amzn.to/2L9QZT8* L'arte della domandahttps://amzn.to/3hOQ8XL* Il festival della vendita 2020 https://amzn.to/3cCkDPS* Scopriamo il futuro https://amzn.to/2ZBFPgV* Il servant Lawyer https://amzn.to/3qcQzNZPer iscriversi alla nostra newsletter usate questo link http://pugnimalago.it/newsletter/

Radio Voiman podcastit
Tuija käy keskustelemassa ja sparraamassa maahanmuuttajanaisia yhteistyössä Salpauksen kanssa!

Radio Voiman podcastit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 10:27


Radio Voiman Kristoffer Ignatiuksen vieraana piipahti Tuija kertomassa tärkeästä vapaaehtoistyöstä Lahdessa. Soroptimist International on maailmanlaajuinen eri ammatteja, kulttuureja ja maita edustavien naisten vapaaehtoisjärjestö. Järjestö puolustaa ihmisoikeuksia, rauhaa ja demokraattista päätöksentekoa. Lue lisää täältä Ess.fi: Avoimia keskusteluja ja arkisia tilanteita suomen kielellä – Lahden Soroptimistit sparraavat maahanmuuttajanaisia Salpauksen kanssa

#WakeUpCLT To Go
Third-party staffing company could help fill substitute teacher gaps in Union County: Friday, Oct. 7.

#WakeUpCLT To Go

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 2:00


Union County Public Schools could soon outsource substitute teachers.  School board members will vote on allowing a staff management group to hire substitutes during the next meeting on Monday, Oct. 10. It's a possible action the district could take as school districts across the nation scramble to find substitute teachers. “We're all hands-on deck and trying to be creative this year,” district superintendent Andrew Houlihan said. UCPS leaders said over the last year, they've been meeting with potential staffing and management groups to address the need for substitutes. The board of education could vote to approve a substitute staffing company called ESS to fill positions they haven't been able to. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/education/outsourced-substitute-teachers-union-county-nc-education/275-357b9ee2-b4f4-4af6-8152-19373b5f3ba3 President Joe Biden is pardoning thousands of Americans convicted of “simple possession” of marijuana under federal law, as his administration takes a dramatic step toward decriminalizing the drug and addressing charging practices that disproportionately impact people of color. Biden's move also covers thousands convicted of the crime in the District of Columbia. He is also calling on governors to issue similar pardons for those convicted of state marijuana offenses, which reflect the vast majority of marijuana possession cases. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/politics/national-politics/biden-pardons-simple-possession-of-marijuana/507-fa1006fe-dbd7-40db-b589-a894bd99130a Watch Wake Up Charlotte each weekday morning from 4:30 to 7 a.m. on WCNC Charlotte, and as always, join the conversation on social media using #WakeUpCLT! 

Martes de Terror
Nº116 ¿QUÉ PRESENTAMOS?

Martes de Terror

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 59:16


Quinto episodio de la cuarta temporada. Comenzamos mes y comenzamos nuevo ciclo. Para el mes de octubre, Stephen King será el maestro de ceremonias. Conoceremos su vida y disfrutaremos de sus obras. Hoy martes vibraremos con la primera parte de «Los chicos del maíz». Hoy, nuestros amigos, Trauma, Evaristo, Lady y compañía vivirán una situación rara con Don Notorio, en la que estarán tentados a cometer pequeños... ajustes. El el espacio musical nos acompaña la banda Borealis por cortesía de Hueso Producciones. Si te gusta nuestro trabajo y quieres contribuir a nuestro crecimiento, puedes apoyarnos con un donativo en https://paypal.me/radiotrovador?country.x=ES&locale.x=es_ESSíguenos enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/EvaristoElepitafioInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/martesdeterror/o en la web https://www.luxferreaudios.com/martes-de-terror/

OBS
Att vara människa är att vara tvetydig

OBS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 9:46


Tvetydigheten står inte särskilt högt i kurs i dag. Men att uttrycka sig diffust, tvetydigt och prövande är nödvändigt för att vidga förståelsen av den mänskliga existensen, säger Amanda Svensson. ESSÄ: Detta är en text där skribenten reflekterar över ett ämne eller ett verk. Åsikter som uttrycks är skribentens egna. Essän sändes första den 18 mars 2020. Det dunkelt sagda är det dunkelt tänkta. Så skaldade Esaias Tegnér i dikten Epilog vid magisterpromotionen 1820. Själv stötte jag, naturligt nog, på detta bevingade uttryck för första gången när jag läste litteraturvetenskap i Lund. Redan under grundkursen skulle vi lära oss det Tegnér tydligen tyckte man kunde vänta med till doktorspromoveringen, nämligen att snårigt språk aldrig fick användas för att försöka dölja en bristande klarhet i tanken. Att uttrycka sig diffust, tvetydigt eller prövande i en akademisk text förstod jag snabbt var ett tecken på, som bäst, intellektuell slapphet och som värst, ren och skär ohederlighet. Jag förstod, med andra ord, att min akademiska karriär var över innan den knappt ens hade börjat. För oss som hade råkat utveckla en alltför mystisk relation till språket, låt oss kalla det en estetisk eller till och med en erotisk relation, fanns helt enkelt ingen plats i forskningsprosans skarpt upplysta språkkorridorer. Det fanns bara en naturlig arena för frivola och promiskuösa språkmissbrukare som oss, och det var skönlitteraturens skumma skrymslen. Där kunde de dunkla tankarna få frodas fritt och omsättas till lika dunkelt språk, redo att sedan benas upp av mer klartänkta och språkligt återhållsamma litteraturvetare. Att uttrycka sig tydligt och klart har alltid stått högt i kurs. Det gäller kanske framför allt inom talekonsten retoriken vars verktyg inte förändrats nämnvärt under dess mer än tvåtusen år långa historia. Aristoteles retoriska dygder och tricks lärs fortfarande ut till gymnasieelever som närmast naturgivna, något lika statiskt och absolut som matematikens principer. Men också när det kommer till det skrivna ordet har tydlighet länge varit en av de främsta dygderna, det yttersta tecknet på att skribenten för det första förmår tänka en skarp och klar tanke, och för det andra, har tillräckligt god kontroll över det bångstyriga och trubbiga instrument vi kallar språk för att kunna förmedla denna tanke till andra. Den som förmår uttrycka sig tydligt och klart bevisar med andra ord sin intelligens och makt men också sin ärlighet. Att vara tydlig i tal och skrift är närmast en moralisk dygd, ett tecken på att man inte har något att dölja, inte försöker gömma sina luddiga tankar bakom en rökridå. Språket är inte exakt, eftersom det alltid kommer finnas fler ting än ord, fler nyanser av känslor än synonymer i ordboken. Inte heller är språket statiskt, det är ständigt under förvandling och omförhandling. Faktum kvarstår dock att detta bristfälliga och ständigt föränderliga verktyg är det enda vi har att ta till för att förmedla våra tankar och känslor. Inte konstigt då att misstänksamheten mot språket har en rik historia. Som litteraturvetaren Anthony Ossa-Richardson slår fast i sin bok A history of ambiguity oroades redan de gamla grekerna av språkets slippriga natur. Föremålet för Ossa-Richardsons studie är som titeln antyder den språkliga funktion han kallar ambiguity, tvetydighet. Med vilket han, något förenklat, menar ord och utsagor som kan läsas och förstås på mer än ett sätt. Denna dubbelhet kan vara avsiktlig eller oavsiktlig, uppenbar eller väl dold. Den kan ta formen av exempelvis ironi, metafor eller ordlek, och har genom historien ömsom stigit, ömsom sjunkit i kurs. Ser man på tvetydighetens historia med Ossa-Richardsons ögon inser man dock snart att den primärt uppfattats som en språklig brist. Ja, mer än så som en moralisk brist, något i grunden ont. I bästa fall som något artificiellt och kokett, i värsta fall som ett medel för att lura och bedra. Det är inte svårt att förstå varifrån denna syn på tvetydigheten som lögnens sängkamrat kommer. Det räcker med att tänka på valfri politiker som frågas ut av en journalist. Politiskt snömos, till intet förpliktigande, är en form av språklig kurragömmalek som kan driva den mest tålmodiga åhörare till vansinne. Eller tänk på det moderna politikerfenomen som kallas dog whistling, hundvisslande. Att ägna sig åt dog whistling är att göra en utsaga som största delen av befolkningen uppfattar på ett visst sätt, samtidigt som en tilltänkt målgrupp uppfattar den som något riktat specifikt till dem. Dog whistling är framför allt en fruktbar metod när det kommer till att saluföra åsikter som inte anses rumsrena, exempelvis när en politiker vill tilltala en grupp med rasistiska åsikter utan att för den skull kunna bli beskylld för rasism. Överlag står tvetydigheten inte särskilt högt i kurs idag. Kanske beror det på det alltmer polariserade debattklimatet. Fel ordval kan lätt placera en på fel sida om en politisk gräns, och därför är det av största vikt att undanröja alla eventuella risker för missförstånd. Klicksamhällets minskade förmåga till djupläsning kan också sägas ha satt tvetydigheten på efterkälke. För att nå ut i bruset av röster gäller det att uttrycka sig kort, kärnfullt och enkelt. Men till vilket pris? En som ansåg att tvetydigheten tvärtom var en viktig och berikande språklig funktion var litteraturkritikern och poeten William Empson, vars bok Seven types of ambiguity från 1930 blev ett betydelsefullt verk för den nykritiska skolan. Empson uppfattade tvetydigheten som konstnärligt och mänskligt värdefull, om än notoriskt svår att definiera och studera. De sju sorternas tvetydighet Empson listar beskrivs som kvaliteter hos texten som inte nödvändigtvis är medvetna drag från författarens sida. Tvetydigheten kan, på freudianskt manér, dyka upp som ett oanmält besök från författarens omedvetna som en konsekvens av motstridiga åsikter och känslor eller uppstå i efterhand, hos läsaren. Den självständighet i språket som tvetydighetens belackare fruktar ser han i stället som språkets, och litteraturens, främsta styrka. Språket är inte bara ett sätt för oss att förmedla det vi redan vet och tänkt, det är också en spegel i vilken vi kan få syn på det vi inte visste att vi ville säga eller höra eller läsa. Jag vill mena att han har rätt. Parallellt med hyllandet av det tydligt sagda har människan trots allt alltid dragits till det svårtydda och komplexa. Inte som flugor mot ljuset, utan tvärtom ut i dunklet. Vördnaden inför mystiker och orakel, det teologiska studiet av religiösa texter och det litteraturvetenskapliga studiet av modernistisk dikt har detta gemensamt: En längtan efter att vidga förståelsen av den mänskliga existensen, genom språket. Det finns naturligtvis tillfällen då språklig entydighet och klarhet är av största vikt, låt säga i ett testamente eller ett recept på sockerkaka. Eller för all del, i en akademisk uppsats. Ibland måste man helt enkelt ta kontroll över språket och tvinga det till lydnad. Men ibland måste vi nog också våga bejaka tvetydigheten. Det dunklet sagda behöver inte vara ett tecken på lathet eller ohederlighet, det kan helt enkelt vara ett tecken på ödmjukhet. Ett erkännande av den mångfacetterade och snåriga upplevelsen det är att tänka och agera som människa. Ett sätt att försöka bringa reda också i det dunkelt tänkta, som om vi ska vara helt ärliga faktiskt utgör en betydande del av den mänskliga tankeverksamheten. Amanda Svensson, författare Litteratur Anthony Ossa-Richardson: A history of ambiguity. Princeton university press, 2019.

The FITSPRO Podcast
171 | Part 1: 6 Experiences That Changed The Trajectory Of My Life 

The FITSPRO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 17:22


Sometimes I think we have a tendency to think we need some rock bottom or very large event to change the trajectory of our life. But I'd argue that's rarely the case. Yes a person can certainly have a near death experience or some kind of epiphany. That's not my personal experience or expectation for you. Today's episode is about both decisions, and also outside scenarios that lead to a large or small change to the path of my adult life. That's the other important piece of this context - I am referring to my adult life. When I feel I mostly had autonomy and control over my life choices. I've organize these in chronological order. And to be fair, there is actually six of these. Because I just thought of a prequel to what I have listed here. 6 experiences that changed the trajectory of my life: After graduating high school with honors, in every after school club, and a three sport varsity athlete I decided I'd take off a semester because I hadn't fully decided on what I'd go to college for, and I didn't see the point of racking up debt until I knew what that debt was going for. I had no desire to leave home, I was coaching competitive cheer locally and was happy with that. I am sure my mother was dying inside. Fast forward - I enroll in a local community college in their fitness training associates program. I was deciding between fashion school, cosmetology or being a trainer. And landed on being a trainer. But wanted to go to school, not just get a cert. In my second to last semester, we had to interview someone who was doing what we wanted to do. So, I knew of a local strength and conditioning coach who worked with a few MMA fighters in the UFC. He was willing to have me interview him and he told me I needed my CSCS, certainly if I wanted to work in college athletics. But that required a 4 year degree. After that interview, within a week, I was shifting my whole life, researching Exercise Science, Kinesiology, or biomechanics programs at local universities. Found Concordia, met with their advisor and changed all classes at my community college to essentially set me up for an easy transition to their exercise and science program in a year. All because of that one interview when I was 19 years old. Thanks to him, I had a new route for my life, which very much so lead to the next 5 trajectory changes. Me declining two dream jobs Fast forward to 2013/2014. I complete my ESS degree, get my CSCS, all to decide I wasn't going into college strength and performance. You'd think that decision alone was the life changing one, but it was the two that came after that really set up the new direction. I'd interned at two places - University of Portland as a strength coach, and a Physical Therapy Clinic that focused on the gap between physical therapy and return to sport. I'd had a lot of injuries and was always fascinated by the PT world. I used to joke with them that I wish I could get a PT education but use it to train normal people. So, did't honestly love my experience at the PT clinic but did love and support the owner. After my internship I was offered the job of my supervisor. Which never sat right with me, because I was fairly sure he was unaware of this - though I was not one of his fans. Side note, another mentor told me while I was interning there that I should take it as an opportunity to learn what I don't like, what I won't do, what doesn't make sense to me. So, I did. The pay was good, it would be an amazing job right out of college, but it was also an hour commute and the hours were shit. And, my gut just said no. I applied for a personal training gym locally but they required you to fill in with group/class coaching and I fucking hated that with every ounce of my being. I got offered that job as well, was told I was overqualified. And I just said no. It didn't feel right. And perhaps that sounds super outrageous for someone who is fresh out of college.

Radio Campus France
EP.1 impacter son territoire | Univox #IMPACT Montpellier

Radio Campus France

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 27:28


Bienvenue dans cette série spéciale du programme Univox consacrée aux étudiant.e.s qui entreprennent. Animafac, Pépites France et Radio Campus proposent à l'occasion de CREATIV' la semaine de l'Esprit d'entreprendre, d'aller à la rencontre des porteurs et porteuses de projets qui interrogent la notion d'impact dans leur démarches entrepreneuriale : impacter son territoire ou des publics, exercer sa citoyenneté, questionner l'impact écologique de son projet ou mesurer la valeur sociales d'un projet ESS. Une vie professionnelle qui n'a pas d'autre sens que d'assurer les revenus du foyer peut être source de frustration, de dégoût et même de stress. Bien au delà du statut et du salaire, un travail qui a du sens apporte du plaisir et surtout de l'épanouissement. A travers cet épisode réalisé par Radio Campus Montpellier, nous avons rencontré deux personnes passionnées par leur activité, qui donne quotidiennement du sens à leur vie. Anne-Cécile Vain, co-fondatrice de la savonnerie circulaire, nous parle de cette aventure professionnelle et engagée qui propose des savons ménagers issus de l'économie circulaire. Dimitri Joffre, président de l'association les Grives, nous parle de leurs actions auprès du monde étudiant et de son objectif principal : accueillir et intégrer les nouveaux étudiants étrangers dans la vie universitaire française et Montpelliéraine. - Une production Radio Campus Montpellier pour le réseau Radio Campus France en partenariat avec Pépite France et Animafac www.pepite-france.fr www.animafac.net

Radio Campus France
EP.4 mesurer l'impact de son projet ESS | Univox #IMPACT Poitiers

Radio Campus France

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 28:00


Bienvenue dans cette série spéciale du programme Univox consacrée aux étudiant.e.s qui entreprennent. Animafac, Pépites France et Radio Campus proposent à l'occasion de CREATIV' la semaine de l'Esprit d'entreprendre, d'aller à la rencontre des porteurs et porteuses de projets qui interrogent la notion d'impact dans leur démarches entrepreneuriale : impacter son territoire ou des publics, exercer sa citoyenneté, questionner l'impact écologique de son projet ou mesurer la valeur sociales d'un projet ESS. - Au travers de cet épisode, réalisé par Radio Pulsar à Poitiers, l'idée est d'évaluer l'impact des projets. Les structures de l'économie sociale et solidaire ont pour objectif principal de créer de la valeur sociale. Elles défendent le fait que leur performance ne se réduit pas à leurs résultats financiers et que les effets se font sentir sur un temps long. Pour réfléchir à cette question, nous avons rencontré deux associations accompagnées par Pépite et Animafac, Transmission 86, qui a pour objectif de sensibiliser sur le sujet de la transidentité et d'apporter de l'aide aux personnes transgenres dans la Vienne, représentée par l'un de ses membres, Jonathan. Et l'Atelier du soleil et du vent qui propose des stages d'autoconstruction bois et métal et d'énergies renouvelables. La rencontre se fera sur place à Lusignan, où nous sommes accueillis par le président, Florent Dupont. - Une production Radio Pulsar pour le réseau Radio Campus France en partenariat avec Pépite France et Animafac www.pepite-france.fr www.animafac.net

Radio Campus France
EP.5 éxercer sa citoyenneté en portant un projet à impact | Univox #IMPACT Grenoble

Radio Campus France

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 27:36


Bienvenue dans cette série spéciale du programme Univox consacrée aux étudiant.e.s qui entreprennent. Animafac, Pépites France et Radio Campus proposent à l'occasion de CREATIV' la semaine de l'Esprit d'entreprendre, d'aller à la rencontre des porteurs et porteuses de projets qui interrogent la notion d'impact dans leur démarches entrepreneuriale : impacter son territoire ou des publics, exercer sa citoyenneté, questionner l'impact écologique de son projet ou mesurer la valeur sociales d'un projet ESS. - Une production Radio Campus Grenoble pour le réseau Radio Campus France en partenariat avec Pépite France et Animafac www.pepite-france.fr www.animafac.net

Cogiter, pour communiquer de façon plus raisonnée
7. Comment rendre l'e-commerce plus responsable ? — Avec Charlotte Darmet

Cogiter, pour communiquer de façon plus raisonnée

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 29:27


Dans ce septième épisode, j'ai eu le plaisir d'échanger avec Charlotte, co-fondatrice d'Opopop. En quoi acheter en ligne est énergivore ? L'e-commerce est-il plus énergivore qu'un achat physique ? Comment fonctionne les colis Opopop ? Quels types de produits peuvent contenir les colis réutilisables ? Quelles sont les autres solutions pour les e-commerces ? Toutes les réponses se trouve dans cet épisode, à écouter et partager sans modération !

Demain N'attend Pas
41- Favoriser l'insertion professionnelle de chaque migrant, avec Théo Scubla, cofondateur et ceo d'each One

Demain N'attend Pas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 39:14


Ne vous laissez pas méprendre par la jeunesse et l'accent plein de soleil de THEO SCUBLA.    A 27 ans, Théo a reçu tous les prix et tous les honneurs :  prix BCG de l'entrepreneur social de l'année,  lauréat du concours “La France S'engage” (fondation présidée par François Hollande)  n1 du top 50 de l'entrepreneuriat à impact de Carenews (catégorie Emploi et formation).  sélectionné dans Vanity Fair 30 under 30 et Forbes 30 under 30…   Un sacré palmarès…

Energy Cast
150 | Durable Durations | PowerGen International '22 (Live)

Energy Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 44:12


We discuss the tools for long-duration energy storage with panelists from Burns & McDonnell, ESS, and Rye Development. Recorded live for the PowerGen International show in Dallas. For presentations, pictures and more info, visit http://www.energy-cast.com/150-pg22.html

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation
Naviance; Supplemental Essays; Student Loan Program Updates

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 54:55


Seniors completing the Common App and looking at a long list of supplemental essays may be asking, “but why do I have to write more essays?!” right about now. Becky Konowitz, dean of admissions at Santa Clara University joins the show to answer that question and dig into her own schools supplemental questions. In other segments, we're breaking down recent updates re: Federal Student Loan Forgiveness and sharing insight on how to maximize Naviance.

Hypergrowth Investing
The Electrification of Everything Disruption Is the Megatrend to Watch

Hypergrowth Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 75:36


Another space that we love – and whose stocks have been absolutely soaring lately – is the energy storage industry. In fact, if there were one sector to stay bullish on over the next 12 months, regardless of the macroeconomic backdrop, it's energy storage. Population growth, urbanization, and digitization are creating a demand for energy that we don't have the supply to meet. We need more energy.Most think it should come from more oil and gas, more solar and wind, more nuclear, maybe hydrogen. But the thing holding us back, especially on the clean tech side of things, is energy storage. So, this is a space that's due for massive growth in the months and years ahead. And indeed, we're seeing this start to play out in Europe as we speak. Greece, Ireland, Germany, the U.K, and more are all beginning to construct and deploy battery energy storage across the continent. We love innovative tech that works to solve real-world problems. And right now, energy storage systems are putting on their red capes and saving the day. And because of that, investment in the space is starting to grow exponentially. And one of the major catalysts for this expansion is the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act. That includes a first-ever investment tax credit (ITC) for standalone energy storage units. Those ITCs are what allowed solar panel construction to boom in the 2010s – and for solar stocks to rocket during that time. And now ITCs are doing the same thing for energy storage. We really could not be more bullish on this space.

RCN Digital
RCN Digital - Sábado 17 de Sep 2022

RCN Digital

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 50:12


Es Sábado!!Hoy en RCN Digital hablamos con la gente de Betterfly Unicornio y Hughesnet; noticias de la nueva estrategia de Netflix para mantener enganchados a los suscriptores por más tiempo, además la Estación Espacial Internacional será comandada por una mujer europea y la ex novia de Elon Musk quiere vender algunos de los recuerdos, Música de Dua Lipa y mucho más!!

IJGC Podcast
Outcomes of Low-Grade Endometrial Stromal Sarcoma with Mario Leitao and Evan Smith

IJGC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 35:09


In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez is joined by Drs. Mario Leitao and Evan Smith to discuss outcomes of low-grade endometrial stromal sarcoma. Dr. Leitao is an attending surgeon and member at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as well as a Professor at Weill Cornell Medical College. He serves as the fellowship director at MSKCC as well as the Director of the Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery Program. Dr. Smith is a gynecologic oncologist at Woman's Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He also serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Gynecologic Oncology with the LSU Health Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program in Baton Rouge. Highlights: -Lymphadenectomy is unnecessary in patients with low-grade endometrial stromal sarcoma (ESS) and clinically normal nodes. -Postoperative therapies do not improve progression-free survival (PFS) or overall survival in low-grade ESS that is completely resected. -FIGO stage is associated with PFS but not disease-specific survival. -Next generation sequencing is standard for soft tissue sarcomas and should be offered to patients with low-grade ESS.

Demain N'attend Pas
40- Comment sauver les océans, avec Capitaine Paul Watson, fondateur de Sea Shepherd, la légendaire ONG qui protège les écosystèmes marins

Demain N'attend Pas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 39:58


"I I don't like protesting, I want to intervene." Captain Watson, co-fondateur de Greenpeace et fondateur de Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Cette semaine, j'ai l'honneur de recevoir l'immense CAPITAINE PAUL WATSON !

Christian Podcast Community
The Sheep and the Good Shepherd

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 33:00


This week we talk about the Good Shepherd and why God's people are referred to as sheep.  Support Theology Gals monthly through Patreon  Support Theology Gals with a one time donation through PayPal  Theology Gals merch  Theology Gals Journals Episode Resourses: Theology Gals Episodes on ESS  Peter's Denial Predicted (Sermon)  The Rise of ESS and Woman in the Kingdom (Sunday School)  Women can join Theology Gals Facebook Group Theology Gals-Ladies Theology Discussion and Encouragement Follow Theology Gals: On Facebook On Twitter @TheologyGals On Instagram theologygals Email us at theologygals@gmail.com

Theology Gals
The Sheep and the Good Shepherd

Theology Gals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 33:00


This week we talk about the Good Shepherd and why God's people are referred to as sheep.  Support Theology Gals monthly through Patreon  Support Theology Gals with a one time donation through PayPal  Theology Gals merch  Theology Gals Journals Episode Resourses: Theology Gals Episodes on ESS  Peter's Denial Predicted (Sermon)  The Rise of ESS and Woman in the Kingdom (Sunday School)  Women can join Theology Gals Facebook Group Theology Gals-Ladies Theology Discussion and Encouragement Follow Theology Gals: On Facebook On Twitter @TheologyGals On Instagram theologygals Email us at theologygals@gmail.com

Rádio Artétipos
6 Maneiras de Encontrar seu Propósito de Vida

Rádio Artétipos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 9:04


O Hospital John Hopkins, nos Estados Unidos, conduziu uma pesquisa que provou que pessoas que tem um propósito na vida definido vivem mais do que aquelas que não tem, assim como vivem mais do que aquelas que cuidam bem da própria saúde. Assim, se cuidarmos da nossa saúde e nos alinharmos ao nosso Propósito de Vida, estaremos ganhando dois grandes fatores de longevidade, da uma vida longa e próspera (como diria Spock).No episódio dessa semana da Rádio Artétipos, a Dra. Mabel Cristina Dias lista 6 caminhos possíveis para você dar seus primeiros passos na busca do seu Propósito de Vida, do uso da razão aos simbolismos inerentes à vida, além de lhe ensinar uma ferramenta prática e divertida para entender sua verdadeira Essência e suas infinitas possibilidades nesta realidade.

RCN Digital
RCN Digital - 03 de Sep 2022

RCN Digital

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 50:01


Es Sábado y en RCN Digital no paramos de hablar de tecnología, hoy la gigantesca inversión de Microsoft en Qatar, el poderoso avance de TOYOTA en la construcción de Plantas de fabricación de baterías eléctricas, Andrea desde Andicom Cartagena con las buenas noticias, además este mes de Septiembre, la Nasa estrellará una nave contra un asteroide. ¿Para qué?... buena música y mucho más!!

Thiku Takes
Episode 2: Embracing Hairy Situations

Thiku Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 69:54


In this episode, Ess and Bee talk about our Olive and June middle of the summer sale purchases, fungal acne and how we have been beating the heat this summer. Ess and Bee also tackle body hair, especially in South Asian women, and how we've come to embrace it and ignore the auntie's mean quips about our mooches (mustaches) and unibrows. https://www.tumblr.com/blog/thikutakes^ check out our episode guide on tumblr where we list out all the products we talk about throughout the ep!

Tactical Leadership
Better Sleep Quality Will Improve Your Overall Health with Chris Burres

Tactical Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 12:59


“We're the only species on the planet that will forego sleep for no healthy purpose.” – Chris Burres In today's episode, Chris Burres opens that conversation about when he used to take two naps before noon, but since taking MyVitalC regularly, he has not needed to take naps. He believes that this product is beneficial for mental focus and energy during the day and better sleep at night. He talks about how important sleep is for mental clarity and physical well-being. One of the top benefits of integrating MyVitalC into sleep is that it is incredibly important for both physical and mental health. He suggests that people should sample the product before buying it to ensure that it is something that they would like and to see if there are any other products that they would like to buy as well.  [00:01 - 01:33] Opening Segment If you have a platform and you want to create content that DELIVERS, go over tohttp://knightly.productions/ ( knightly.productions)! For the first part of my interview with Chris, tune in to last Monday's episode [01:34 - 08:37] Better Sleep Quality Will Improve Your Overall Health Chris discusses how sleep is important for health, and taking a supplement like MyVitalC can help improve sleep quality and reduce migraine headaches One of the benefits of this product is that it can cross the blood-brain barrier, which means it can help improve mitochondrial function He discusses how the ESS 60 molecule can improve sleep, and how this can lead to better productivity He the molecule can help to reduce stress and how this can lead to a longer fuse with children [08:38 - 15:56] Closing Segment Chris shares that his goal is to help people improve their sleep quality Connect with Chris (links below) Head over tohttps://www.myvoicechallenge.com/discovermyvoice ( myvoicechallenge.com) to find out how you can discover your voice, claim your independence, and build that thriving business that you've always wanted!   Key Quote: “Most people, in our most consistent testimonial, take it in the morning. They report mental focus and energy during the day, and then better sleep that night.” – Chris Burres   Connect with Christopher Website: http://myvitalc.com/batl (myvitalc.com/batl) Instagram: http://instagram.com/myvitalc (instagram.com/myvitalc) Facebook: http://facebook.com/myvitalc (facebook.com/myvitalc)   Did you love the value that we are putting out in the show? LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue on putting out great content just for you! Share this episode and help someone who wants to expand their leadership capacity or clickhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tactical-leadership/id1498567657 ( here) to listen to our previous episodes.   Tactical Leadership is brought to you by Knight Protection Services. A veteran-owned and operated company, with extensive experience in risk assessment and crime prevention. Find out more by visitinghttps://knightprotectionllc.com/ (  https://knightprotectionllc.com/)   If you want to learn how to build a better business check out my website athttps://beatacticalleader.com/ ( Beatacticalleader.com). You can connect with us onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/zaknight ( LinkedIn),https://www.instagram.com/beatacticalleader/ ( Instagram), or joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BATLgroup/ ( Our BATL Space) and become part of the community.

Ach, komm!
Ihr fragt, wir antworten - Vol. 3

Ach, komm!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 55:53


Und weiter geht's mit unserem neuen Format "Ihr fragt, wir antworten". In der dritten Auflage geht es um folgende Themen: Von wegen Bodyshaming: Bei manchen Männern sieht der Bauch aus, als seien sie hochschwanger. Woran das liegt? Nicht unbedingt am Ess- und Trinkverhalten, wie uns ein interessierter Hörer verraten hat. Aber hört selbst! Ob mann/frau sich beim Oralverkehr auch mit sexuell übertragbaren Krankheiten anstecken kann, wollte eine Hörerin wissen, denn: Kaum jemand benutzt dabei ein Kondom/Lecktuch. Oder doch? Mit einem gar nicht mal so seltenen Problem kämpft einer unserer Hörer: Immer wenn er nackt herumläuft, ob Zuhasue, beim Wellness oder im Fitnessstudio, bekommt er eine Erektion. Das ist ihm unangenehm. Aber lässt sich so eine Erektion, wenn es scheinbar unpassend ist, einfach so unterdrücken? Immer wieder erreichen uns Fragen von Paaren, die unter einem Viel- und Wenig-Woller-Problem leiden. Sprich einer von beiden will (deutlich) mehr Sex als der oder die andere. Was also tun? Kann man sich annähern? Und wenn ja, wie? Und dann waren da noch diese beiden Fragen von zwei Hörerinnen: Ist Analverkehr bei einem stark gefüllten Darm unangenehm? Und: Sind multiple Orgasmen, bzw der Wunsch danach, normal - und bekommt man sie leichter bei der Selbstbefriedigung oder beim Paarsex? Ihr sehr schon: Fragen über Fragen! Wir geben Antworten, auch wenn es manchmal gar nicht so einfach ist.

NFL Latino TV
#1 Buffalo Bills | Power Rankings

NFL Latino TV

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 31:27


La conclusión es que los Buffalo Bills tienen el mejor equipo entrando a la temporada 2022. Es Súper Bowl o nada para Josh Allen y compañía, lo que cuál les pone una presión que tal vez nunca han vivido. En este Podcast hay varias líneas que Bruno eligió, que puedes jugar tomando el siguiente link: https://bit.ly/3PzHYSL - Puesto de Alonzo Para los Buffalo Bills: #1 - Puesto de Bruno Para los Buffalo Bills: #1 - Puesto Oficial Para los Buffalo Bills: #1 Puedes seguir todos los detalles del Power Ranking de inicio de temporada de NFL Latino TV en nuestras Redes Sociales: ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NFLlatinoTV ▪ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NFLlatinoTV ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nfllatinotv

Demain N'attend Pas
[spécial été] Découverte du Podcast Basilic - Paloma Moritz, journaliste et responsable du Pôle Ecologie de Blast

Demain N'attend Pas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 33:01


 Pour terminer l'été, je voulais vous faire découvrir le podcast Basilic, de la talentueuse Jeane Clesse, podcast consacré à l'écologie. Dans cet épisode Jeane reçoit Paloma Moritz, journaliste et responsable du Pôle Environement du nouveau média Blast.   Je suis très heureuse de mettre en lumière l'excellent travail du podcast Basilic qui, j'en suis convaincue, vous plaira beaucoup.  POUR SUIVRE JEANE ET BASILIC : www.instragram.com/basilicpodcast/ POUR ME SUIVRE : Delphine Darmon | LinkedIn et Demain n'attend pas : administrateur de la Page LinkedIn | LinkedIn   POUR ME SOUTENIR : Et comme toujours, si le podcast vous plait,   - vous pouvez vous abonner sur l'application de podcasts que vous préférez (Apple podcast, Spotify, Deezer…) ,  - le partager en cliquant sur les 3 points,  - laisser un avis 5 étoiles ou un commentaire sur l'application iTunes - me laisser votre adresse email pour recevoir la newsletter : abonnement à la newsletter - Demain n'attend pas (demainnattendpas.fr) - et en parler autour de vous (vive le bouche-à-oreille), Ca m'aide vraiment ! Bonne écoute !   

RCN Digital
RCN Digital - 27 de Agosto 2022

RCN Digital

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 49:55


Es Sábado!!En el programa de hoy hablamos de la advertencia que hace una compañía de seguridad e inteligencia en torno al mundial de Qatar, la noticia falsa de la semana; entrevista a Giuseppe', el algoritmo de Inteligencia Artificial (IA) que reinventa la industria alimentaria, además La tabla de salvación de la reconocida marca de bicicletas estáticas Pelotón, Transformación digital de la humanidad a través de los metaversos CUN, buena música y mucho más!!

Tactical Leadership
Increasing Mental Focus and Energy with MyVitalC with Christopher Burres

Tactical Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 29:36


“There's no guarantee that you would get the same benefit. These are just sharing stories, and you can look at the research and make a decision for yourself.”  –  Christopher Burres In today's episode, we welcome Christopher Burres. Some may call him a mad scientist, but Chris has been an entrepreneur since 1991, with the founding of the first company to deliver carbon nanomaterials. When Chris realized that one of the chemicals he sold, which was based on Nobel Prize-winning chemistry and researched by NASA, had been proven to significantly increase the lifespan of mammals, he struggled with his own skepticism and with the moral implications of marketing the material, ESS60, as a supplement. Chris has an extensive background in a diverse range of areas, including Mechanical Engineering, Comedy Improv Artist, Oil and Gas Explosives, and Competitive Soccer, to name a few. He's also the co-founder of MyVitalC, a company focused on evolving and growing the ESS60 market. In this episode, he discusses how to take advantage of discounts and deals in the business world. He discusses his passion for science and how it led him to found MyVitalC.   [00:01 - 02:58] Who is Donnie Boivin? Zack introduces his guest, Christopher Burres! Christopher shares his diverse background in engineering, comedy, oil and gas explosives, and he is also a competitive soccer player.   He talks about his experience with science and how it led him to study mechanical engineering [02:59 - 18:06] Potential Applications for Carbon 60 Christopher discusses the discovery of carbon 60, which was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1996 He discusses how carbon 60 has many potential applications Batteries Tires Photo cells   [18:07 - 37:32] Increasing Mental Focus and Energy with MyVitalC Christopher discusses the product, Vital C, and its various benefits He recommends taking Vital C in the morning to increase mental focus and energy throughout the day and better sleep at night There is no guarantee that people will receive the same benefits   [37:33 - 40:00] Closing Segment Christopher encourages listeners to visit myvitalc.com/batl for more information on the product and how to purchase it! Connect with Christopher (links below) Join us for Tactical Friday! Head over tohttps://www.myvoicechallenge.com/discovermyvoice ( myvoicechallenge.com) to find out how you can discover your voice, claim your independence, and build that thriving business that you've always wanted!   Key Quotes: “The data was clear that it's safe if you process it properly. There's research that shows if you improperly process carbon 60, it's actually harmful, but everything that where you've processed it properly, we call that ESS 60. That's safe.” - Christopher Burres “We know that sleep is good for our mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing. And so almost every other testimonial coming out of the product could just be because they're getting better sleep.” - Christopher Burres Connect with Christopher Learn more about Christopher through his: Website: http://myvitalc.com/batl (myvitalc.com/batl) Instagram: http://instagram.com/myvitalc (instagram.com/myvitalc) Facebook: http://facebook.com/myvitalc (facebook.com/myvitalc)   Did you love the value that we are putting out in the show? LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue on putting out great content just for you! Share this episode and help someone who wants to expand their leadership capacity or clickhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tactical-leadership/id1498567657 ( here) to listen to our previous episodes.   Tactical Leadership is brought to you by Knight Protection Services. A veteran-owned and operated company, with extensive experience in risk assessment and crime prevention. Find out more by visitinghttps://knightprotectionllc.com/ (  https://knightprotectionllc.com/)   If you want to learn

Bildningspodden
Essäsommar #7 | Månmätning – av Anna Blennow

Bildningspodden

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 27:59


Före kalendrarnas och klockornas tid var måncykeln människans enda verkliga måttstock på vardagen. Men månen har fortsatt rama in och mäta vår tillvaro, mer än vad vi kanske tänker oss. Latinisten och poeten Anna Blennow skriver om månens antika kulturhistoria och hur måncykeln la grunden till kalendern. I serien Essäsommar repriserar vi under juli och augusti några av våra bästa ljudessäer. "Månmätning" publicerades ursprungligen den 9 februari 2020. För mer info liksom fler poddar, essäer och filmer, besök anekdot.se.

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்
What is a hot water and steam system upgrade? - மின்கட்டணத்தில் பணத்தை சேமிக்க உதவுகிறது NSW மாநில அரசு!

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 10:58


The NSW Energy Savings Scheme (ESS) is part of the Energy Security Safeguard. The ESS provides financial incentives for households and businesses to become energy efficient by cutting electricity and gas use. It does this by making it cheaper for you to invest in an upgrade project to reduce your energy use. Mr Ponraj explains more about the scheme. - Hot water and steam systems upgrade என்ற திட்டம் ஊடாக மக்கள் தமது மின்கட்டணத்தில் பணத்தை சேமிப்பதற்கான வசதி நியூ சவுத் வேல்ஸ் மாநிலத்தவர்களுக்கு தற்போது கிடைக்கிறது. இத்திட்டம் தொடர்பிலும் இதனை நாம் எவ்வாறு பெற்றுக்கொள்ளலாம் என்பது தொடர்பிலும் விளக்குகிறார் பொன்ராஜ் தங்கமணி அவர்கள். அவரோடு உரையாடுகிறார் றேனுகா துரைசிங்கம்.

Word of the Day
Estuary

Word of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 0:32


Estuary is a noun that refers to the tidal mouth of a large river. The Latin word aestus (ESS toose) means ‘tide.' Our word of the day is derived from a variant of this that means ‘tidal part of the shore.' There's a lovely place in New York where the Hudson River meets the shore. This estuary is my favorite place in the Big Apple.

The Loud Pedal Podcast
Episode 89 Jordan Poirier

The Loud Pedal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 54:53


This week the guys talk with your current ESS points leader Jordan Poirier and talk about his success this year in only his sophomore season racing 360 sprints. We also talk about future plans as he gets older and more comfortable in the sport as well as his family's success racing 360 sprints --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Demain N'attend Pas
39- Comment recréer du Vivre-Ensemble ? Avec Marie Trellu-Kane, co-fondatrice d'Unis-Cité

Demain N'attend Pas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 27:01


"Il ne faut pas former des individus mais des individus capables de s'entraider et de préserver la planète." Marie Trellu-Kane, co-fondatrice d'Unis-Cité.     Je suis de la dernière génération qui a connu le service militaire obligatoire (et moi qui m'était promise de ne pas trahir mon âge avancé...). Lorsque Jacques Chirac l'a professionnalisé en 1996, on a tous été soulagé. Mais on en a oublié qu'avec la disparition du service militaire, disparaissait aussi un des derniers bastions de la mixité sociale et d'une action individuelle au service du l'état et du bien commun.     Depuis, mon invitée, MARIE TRELLU-KANE, milite pour que tous les jeunes effectuent une période longue de 12 mois au service d'une mission collective.   Aujourd'hui, et grâce à l'énergie sans faille de Marie qui fait du plaidoyer depuis 25 ans, cet engagement a été formalisé. Il a un nom et un cadre légal, il s'agit du SERVICE CIVIQUE, institutionalisé sous Chirac et développé sous Sarkozy par Martin Hirsch.   L'association fondée par Marie, UNIS-CITE, a été précurseur et a développé le concept dès 1994. Depuis la reconnaissance de l'initiative par la loi, Unis-Cité organise et accompagne le déploiement du service civique. Et rêve de le rendre obligatoire ! Marie a le feu sacré. Au micro de Demain N'attend Pas, elle raconte le chemin qui l'a amenée à créer Unis-Cité alors qu'elle était jeune étudiante à l'ESSEC, école de commerce située à Cergy, à proximité des cités environnantes. Elle partage :

Demain N'attend Pas
38- L'entreprise peut-elle sauver la planète, avec Eric Duverger, co-fondateur de la Convention des Entreprises pour le Climat

Demain N'attend Pas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 36:16


Il ne se passe pas un jour sans qu'un record de chaleur ne soit battu et qu'un nouveau papier scientifique ne donne une énième alerte sur les risques de l'inaction climatique... Chaque jour, nous prenons conscience des conséquences de notre modèle de société et nos comportements se modifient progressivement. Mais nous sommes encore largement schizophrènes.   Nous consommons de plus en plus local, mangeons moins de viande, regardons à deux fois avant de prendre l'avion… Mais en même temps, nous réclamons plus de pouvoir d'achat et des prix bas, ce qui implique en général des productions lointaines.   Les entreprises sont de plus en plus sollicitées sur leur bilan carbone et la documentation extra-financière devient un enjeu majeur … Mais en même temps, elles sont encore largement prisonnières de la croissance et des rendements attendus par les investisseurs, et d'une communication court-terme qui réduit drastiquement la marge de manœuvre dont elles disposent pour transformer leur modèle de production.   Les politiques parlent d'urgence de transformation écologique…. Mais en même temps, ils subventionnent le prix d'achat de l'essence à la pompe et nos voisins allemands réouvrent des puits de charbon… Face à ces contradictions, mon invité, ERIC DUVERGER s'est demandé comment accélérer la transition environnementale des entreprises qui sont à la fois des émetteurs massifs de CO2 et une partie essentielle de la solution … Inspiré par Convention des Citoyens pour le Climat, Eric a pris un long sabbatique et a lancé la CONVENTION DES ENTREPRISES POUR LE CLIMAT (CEC).SA MISSION ? Sensibiliser 150 patrons d'entreprise à l'urgence climatique, 150 patrons représentatifs de l'économie française-, les faire travailler collaborativement pendant 9 mois et leurs demander de repenser leur modèle économique dans le respect des limites planétaires.   La discussion avec Eric est passionnante. Ensemble, on évoque les questions suivantes : Que se passe-t-il quand on est à la tête d'une entreprise et qu'on a une compréhension profonde des liens directs entre notre modèle de production et le réchauffement climatique / l'effondrement de la biodiversité ? Qu'est-ce qu'un modèle extractif ? Qu'est-ce qu'un modèle contributif ? Comment et sous quelles conditions une entreprise peut-elle se transformer pour devenir contributive ? Quelles entreprises peuvent prendre l'initiative d'un tel changement de modèle ? Qu'attendre des sociétés cotées ? Qu'est-ce que cela veut dire pour le modèle de leadership de l'entreprise ? Comment transformer nos indicateurs de pilotage, au niveau des entreprises et au niveau de l'économie d'un pays, pour permettre à ces projets de se développer ? Pourquoi la France et l'Europe ont-elles un rôle à jouer dans l'émergence de ce capitalisme responsable ? Comment associer le monde politique et co-construire avec lui les indispensables réformes climatiques ? L'interview a eu lieu il y a quelques semaines. Depuis, la Convention des Entreprises pour le Climat a clôturé sa dernière session. Chaque chef d'entreprise a rendu une feuille de route pour transformer sa société dans un modèle contributif. Au total, nous avons maintenant 151 feuilles de route qui sont autant d'inspiration pour le reste du monde économique. La discussion avec Eric est passionnante. J'espère que vous aurez autant d'intérêt à écouter Eric, que j'en ai eu à l'interviewer.   Les questions soulevées sont immenses, les chantiers à mettre en œuvre complexes ! Mais un chemin se dessine ! A nous de l'emprunter !  

Habit Based Lifestyle
EP504 Interview with Chris Burress

Habit Based Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 45:03


Today I'm joined by Chris Burress.  Chris is the founder of SES Research, one of the world's leading manufacturers and suppliers of Carbon Fullerenes.  Our primary focus today on the podcast is going to be a product called My Vital C which is based around the incredibly powerful antioxidant ESS 60.  Listen as Chris discusses the amazing benefits of My Vital C and offers an inside look at the testing and production process.  If you want to improve your sleep, increase energy, lower blood pressure, and live longer, this podcast is for you.    -- Are you looking to connect with a group of like-minded habit hacking people? Join my private Facebook group along with 100's of others in my habit-based lifestyle secrets page https://www.Facebook.com/groups/307809586529906/ where I'll be dropping daily habits, tips, and tricks every single week.   Want additional information on our programs and other ways to get involved, check out my website http://jesseewell.com/ or www.Habitbasedlifestyle.com

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Demain N'attend Pas
37- Melati, activiste, principale protagonisde Bigger Than Us : une jeunesse se lève

Demain N'attend Pas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 26:58


« Nous, les jeunes, nous ne sommes que 25% de la population du monde, mais nous sommes 100% du futur » – Melati Wijsen.L'ENGAGEMENT DE LA JEUNESSE NOUS INTERPELLE. Elles s'appellent GRETA, MALALA, CAMILLE ETIENNE, MELATI… Elle sont les visages d'une génération qui se lève. Ces jeunes rassemblent des communautés entières et sont le changement qu'ils veulent voir advenir. FLORE VASSEUR les a admirablement filmés dans son documentaire BIGGER THAN US. Elle nous a fait vibrés en partageant son admiration pour ces jeunes au micro de Demain N'attend Pas. Aujourd'hui, c'est MELATI WIJSEN que vous allez entendre, la protagoniste principale du documentaire BIGGER THAN US.  Melati est une jeune femme indonésienne qui a lancé un mouvement contre le plastique dans son île de Bali et que Flore amène autour du monde à la rencontre d'autres jeunes activistes remarquables.   Et Melati est simplement extraordinaire !   Exceptionnellement, cet épisode est en anglais. Entendre Melati mérite un petit effort ;) ... Il faut supporter mon accent français ;)A 12 ans seulement, Melati a dit STOP à la pollution plastique qu'elle voyait s'étendre sur toutes les plages. Elle a dit : “What are we going to do about it NOW?How do we take action TODAY!”. Cela fait maintenant 10 ans que Melati mobilise toute sa communauté. Avec sa sœur Isabel et l'appui de milliers d'enfants et de touristes qu'elles ont su rassembler, elles ont obtenu l'interdiction de la vente et de la distribution de sacs, d'emballages et de pailles en plastique sur leur île.   Melati a été nommé par le Time comme une des jeunes voix les plus influentes du monde et par CNN parmi les jeunes héros de notre époque. Elle a parlé aux dirigeants du monde à Davos et aux Nations Unis…   Au micro de Demain N'attend Pas, nous avons partagé sur : les raisons qui l'ont amenées à se lever si jeune et à refuser le statut quo   la façon dont elle s'est organisée pour déployer son organisation, aujourd'hui présente dans 29 pays,   l'apprentissage extraordinaire de ses années d'activiste,   la responsabilité qui lui incombe, d'être invitée à s'exprimer si jeune parmi les grands de ce monde,   l'importance vitale de la communauté pour tout activiste,   SA génération et de son urgence à agir,   les rêves qui la portent aujourd'hui et les projets qu'elle lance pour se mettre au service des autres jeunes activistes.   Ecoutez Melati et vous comprendrez tout de cette génération qui se lève. Son authenticité, sa passion, sa détermination, sa puissance aussi. Sa capacité à rassembler, à jouer en collectif, à agir sans attendre et à s'appuyer sur une sagesse universelle et ancestrale ! Melati est responsable, constructive. Elle nous appelle à la rejoindre, avec conscience et détermination. “If we can do it as young people, so can all of you” Qu'est-ce qu'on attend ?