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    Gavin J. Gallagher
    115. Should you Invest Abroad and Buy Foreign Property?

    Gavin J. Gallagher

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 60:12


    Two questions I get quite often are "should I buy a property abroad?" and how should I go about investing in foreign property?". This week I answer those questions by drawing on my own extensive experience having bought in Spain, New York City, Dubai and even Ghana. You can check how ready you are to invest in real estate with my Property Investor Readiness Test - https://eliteproperty.scoreapp.com/ If you are interested in joining my 'Elite Property Hour' for some free real estate investment guidance or coaching, then sign up via his Facebook community https://www.facebook.com/groups/behindthefacadecommunity Subscribe to my YouTube Channel here https://www.youtube.com/gavinjgallagher?sub_confirmation=1 If you have any questions you'd like answered on the show please email or send a voice recording to podcast@behindthefacade.fm Please connect on social media using my handle @gavinjgallagher

    Transformative Principal
    Announcing the BE Podcast Network with Jethro Jones Transformative Principal 488

    Transformative Principal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 13:13


    Social media: The Be Podcast Network: Shows that help you be the change you want to see! Summer of Super Cool Surprises! I'm so excited to be talking to you again today. So far, this summer has been full of surprises, but I have something else for you today! I'm super excited to announce the Be Podcast Network. I'm expanding what I offer here at Transformative Principal to include more podcasts for more educators. You can learn more and sign up when it officially launches at bepodcast.network. Launch day is August 1st. I've still got a lot to do to make this launch happen. We're starting with 7 great shows that you are going to love. Today, I'll talk about a just a few of them. First of all, because this podcast is so successful, over a million downloads, longest running podcast for school leaders out there, many people are reaching out to me to interview them, and I just can't possibly put them all on this show. They wouldn't be released for years! Also, I really love podcasting. It's so much fun, and I love that I get to talk to all kinds of amazing people out there. I'll tell you about the shows on the network in a minute, but I'm putting together an editorial board for the network. Here's what I'm looking for (2 of the following): People who LOVE podcasts. Are you waiting in anticipation for your favorite show? Then this is you! Do you have too many podcasts that you could never actually listen to, like me? Then this is you. People who want education to be much better and want to change the status quo. We're going to share stories about these changes on all the shows, so we want people who will want to listen to them. A list of great guests. Who should we be talking to for each of these shows? And these shows are not just the status quo. It's called the Be Podcast Network for two reasons. Number 1, we want our listeners to be the change they want to see in Education. We know that educators have great power, but often feel hamstrung by district, state, school, and national policies. The reality is that we can do so much even within those confines. When times are tough, it's helpful to have voices you trust talking through the challenges. I've been through a lot of tough times. And one thing that has always helped me is listening to inspiring podcasts. It's powerful. The second meaning of the name BE Podcast Network is Beyond Education. While our main focus is still going to be educators, we are also going to include things are adjacent to education. We also want to think of impacting more than just the schools where we work and can be the change. We want to go beyond that. This network is going to be the best network for education-related podcasts out there. We are going to have the best content, the best hosts, and the best listeners. I'm so excited for this great opportunity. And I'm excited for you to be part of it too. I keep saying “we” because I'm partnering with Ross Romano of September Strategy to make this happen. Ross has been a huge supporter of Transformative Principal for years. He's connected me with many great guests, helped me find awesome people to connect with, and even introduced me to the book publisher that finally published my first book. Ross is amazing, and he will be a great partner in this work. If you don't know him, you certainly should. Reach out to him on Twitter if you aren't already following him. Before I get to a highlight of the shows, I want to reiterate my call for members of our editorial board. We want to hear from you about what people want to hear about on these shows. So, if you meet two of the following criteria, please reach out: People who LOVE podcasts. People who want education to be much better and want to change the status quo. A list of great guests. So, let's get into our shows. Of course, this show, Transformative Principal, will be part of the network. My other podcast, Cybertraps, will also be part of the network. The Cybertraps podcast is a collaboration with Fred Lane, who literally wrote the book Cybertraps for Educators, now in its 3rd edition. That book is all about the use and misuse of technology. Through that, we founded the Center for Cyberethics, which is dedicated to promoting the application of ethics in technology-related areas. In fact, Fred is going to Ghana to do more of this work as a Fulbright Specialist in September. I'm going to start a couple new shows that I have already done some interviews for: The Authority Podcast: One of the most common pitches I get on this podcast is for authors, but they don't always fit with what I'm trying to do here, so this will be a great place to expose educators to great books. In my mastermind, we intentionally don't read any education books together. We read books from outside education. It is my hope to help you have a great list of books to read every week because great educators are readers! Resilient Schools Podcast: This is a podcast focused specifically on evolving beyond Trauma-informed practices to becoming a resilient school. Resilient schools are led by resilient principals who support resilient teachers who teach resilient students. It's a cycle, and everyone needs support there. My Bonus Money: A show about passive income for educators. I believe that educators sometimes make bad decisions because they are stuck in their jobs. One of the biggest challenges is that teachers lose so much financially when they move districts even if they could make so much more in other ways. So, teachers get stuck places. Financial independence is actually possible, and there are so many ways to do it. I'm going to talk about all of them, and interview people who are doing it. Not only that, I'm going to share my story of how I make passive income through my activities. I think I might be most excited about this one! The Teacher's Lounge: This will be a fun weekly live podcast focused on current issues in education, and hosted by all the hosts on the network. Starting with me and Ross, and including other hosts who will be joining the network. Speaking of other hosts, we have a few in the works, and I'll announce those in the future. Let me just say now, we've got some great shows that will be joining us. Look forward to this show next month to hear more about it. Finally, let me share with you again the link for the podcast network. bepodcast.network Go here and enter your email to get notified when the network launches. When it launches, we'll have all the shows with ways for you to subscribe to just the shows you want. so go to bepodcast.network and sign up. I'm excited to have you join us on this really exciting journey. Sponsors Transformative Principal Mastermind Lead a school everyone can be proud of. Being a principal is tough work. You're pulled in all kinds of directions. You never have the time to do the work that really matters. Join me as I help school leaders find the time to do the work they became principals to do. I help you stop putting out fires and start leading. Learn more at https://transformativeprincipal.com Just Right Reader Just Right Reader Decodables are a great way to help your students learn how to read, with research-based strategies that are proven to be effective. Each grade level has over 100 books. Send books home in packs of ten, with video lessons accessible via QR codes on each book, with lessons in Spanish and English. Learn more at https://justrightreader.com

    Kukurantumi
    Kukurantumi

    Kukurantumi

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 210:04


    Analysis and discussion of key happenings in Ghana - in Akan

    SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
    Dall'Africa all'Australia... passando per l'Italia

    SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 6:43


    Nato in Ghana e cresciuto a Vicenza, Kofi Bonsu vive a Canberra, dove si è trasferito su consiglio di un amico e dove lavora per il ministero dell'istruzione. 

    News Night
    Ghana Connect

    News Night

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 55:54


    In-depth analysis of topical issues of the day with interviews, business and sports inserts

    Ekosiisen
    Ekosiisen

    Ekosiisen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 270:07


    A socio-economic political talk show that discusses the major political, social and economic issues in Ghana

    Talk Art
    Clara Amfo

    Talk Art

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 64:41


    Talk Art Season 13 continues with a broadcasting LEGEND!!! We meet Clara Amfo, one of British radio and television's most dynamic voices and faces. An award winning broadcaster, podcaster and television presenter best known for her work on BBC Radio 1, where she hosted the official chart and the world famous Live Lounge. She currently hosts Future Sounds, breaking the new music from rising and established musicians.A little known fact about Clara is that she collects art and is friends with many artists. Her brother also collects art and photography and his record collection even inspired the teenage Clara to get into the artistic side of music - including the album artwork of Lauryn Hill. We discuss the art scene in Accra, the awesome capital of Ghana. We learn about Clara's art collection and why she is an advocate for living with art at home - from postcards to prints to unique paintings! We learn about her new role as Trustee of Royal Academy of Arts in London's Green Park and how she's been brainstorming about how to make art more accessible for everyone.During the pandemic, Clara collaborated with the Serpentine Gallery during their major survey of British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor. Clara is a big fan of Barnor's work, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres through his work with studio portraiture, photojournalism, editorial commissions and wider social commentary. Clara also introduces us to the work of Ted Pearce aka Ted's Draws known for illustrations of iconic musicians, as well as Josephine Chime, a contemporary painter who has in recent years created portraits of Clara's mother and father.She remembers an Inspiring studio visit to the Brixton-based artist Abe Odedina. We explore why art exhibitions are the perfect venue for dating and Clara reminisces about memorable exhibitions she's visited such as Faith Ringold, Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery and Lubaina Himid's current solo exhibition at Tate Modern and the impact that Yinka Ilori's 'Better Days Are Coming I Promise' public artwork had on London during lockdown.Follow Clara on Instagram: @ClaraAmfoVisit her official website: www.claraamfo.comLearn more about the Royal Academy and the Summer Exhibition 2022 at @RoyalAcademyArts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    LifeTalk with Michelle McKinney Hammond

    Subscribe/Follow Michelle McKinney Hammond:YouTube - http://bit.ly/2EqUor5Facebook - http://bit.ly/2Fkzg7rInstagram - http://bit.ly/2AL2f0CTwitter - http://bit.ly/2mk59VBAmazon - http://amzn.to/2FmHmfMWebsite - http://www.michellehammond.com/SHOP MMH MERCH: https://teespring.com/stores/mmh-merchAs a bestselling author, speaker, singer/songwriter and television presenter, Michelle has authored over 40 books (selling over two million copies worldwide), including best-selling titles The Diva Principle, Sassy, Single and Satisfied, 101 Ways to Get and Keep His Attention, and Secrets of an Irresistible Woman. A gifted vocalist, Michelle has recorded four solo CD's, It's Amazing, Let's Go In, Come Let Us Worship, and With Love. She co-hosted the Emmy Award-winning television talk show Aspiring Women for ten years and compliment 3D Woman for two years. She presently resides in Ghana, West Africa where she is the visionary for a music ministry called Relevance. They have released three Albums FOREVER, THE GREATEST GIFT AND  FOR LOVE SAKE.Support the show

    Personality Profile
    Joy FM Personality Profile

    Personality Profile

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 56:44


    Interview with Ambassador of France to Ghana, Anne Sophie Ave.

    Africalink | Deutsche Welle
    AfricaLink on Air - 30 June 2022

    Africalink | Deutsche Welle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 30:00


    Congo finally buries independence hero Patrice Lumumba +++ Why is Patrice Lumumba so important to the Congo's struggle for independence +++ Angola Election 2022: ‘Dirty tricks' as polls nears +++ Drug use across sub-Saharan Africa to increase, UN predicts +++Homelessness in Cape Town spikes as economic pressure mounts

    April Garcia's PivotMe
    How to Tell if You Are Lying to Yourself, Speaker, Author and Transformational Teacher Kute Blackson

    April Garcia's PivotMe

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 64:05


    On PivotMe today, we have Kute Blackson, a speaker, author, and transformational teacher, that offers a fresh, bold look at spiritual and self-awareness that might just make a few of us uncomfortable. He was born in Ghana into a family of ministers and expectations and no one was more surprised than him when his father handed over his 3,000-person congregation to Kute at 14 years old. He is now the author of the national bestselling book You.Are.The.One. and most recently, The Magic of Surrender. He is considered the next generation leader in the field of personal development and has been featured on Larry King Now, Fox and Friends, Dr. Drew, and Inc magazine calls him ‘The Mindfulness Guru Billionaires Go to For Advice'. Kute explains how pain physically, mentally, and spiritually manifests in our lives when we lie to ourselves, and how we can transform our lives by telling the truth. In this episode, we discuss the importance of really getting to know yourself and acknowledging your fears to start living in truth. Listen in to learn how to make peace with losing people and situations in order to live your most authentic and aligned life.  Pivotal Questions Asked: [3:50] Talk about the trajectory that you were on and what made you make such a pivot in your journey. [22:01] Would you say most of the time we're not telling ourselves the truth in fear of hurting or losing somebody else? [28:38] How do you walk that balance of positively conditioning people while also living in their truth? [47:28] What is surrender? [54:24] If you could tell the world one thing, what would it be?  In This Episode You Will Learn: [10:53] How to set yourself free by acknowledging all the ways you lie to yourself and start telling the truth. [14:04] How to know that you're lying to yourself and start telling the truth to change your life. [22:12] How we're unconsciously wired to get love, validation, and approval which keeps us in survival mode. [28:48] How not to allow society to dictate your life for you by having the flexibility to respond to the music of life authentically. [40:53] Understanding how the truth serves and honors you and the other person involved. [47:37] Surrender- taking the limits off of life to be able to pivot to what's most authentic.   [54:27] Meditate on your death - stop living in fear and give life everything so you don't have regrets.  Quotes: “When you follow your soul and you don't compromise your truth and what you're being guided to do even if it doesn't make any sense, you'll always end up in the right place with the right people.”- Kute [9:18] “One of the things as human beings that keep us unhappy, stuck, and from fulfilling our true potential in life and creating the life that we truly want are all the ways we lie to ourselves.”- Kute [12:30] “Real healing and how we start healing the patterns within real healing happens when we bring loving and compassion to those parts of ourselves that are hurting.”- Kute [28:04] Connect with Kute: Website: http://kuteblackson.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kuteblackson/?hl=en Podcast: http://kuteblackson.com/soultalk/   What can you do today? To Be Productive. Effective. Perform at your best. Even now. Are you struggling to stay focused? If you have the right framework, it takes the guesswork out of Productivity. Get our FREE mini-series 4 Steps: Doing More in Less Time. Visit pivot-me.com/4Steps to get it TODAY!  

    Speedlearning - die Erfolgstechniken für Beruf, Schule und mehr
    Hypnose gegen Angst - praktische Demonstration

    Speedlearning - die Erfolgstechniken für Beruf, Schule und mehr

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 38:08


    Werde jetzt Speedlearner für 15,00 EUR im Monat (jederzeit kündbar) unter: https://speedlearning.school Das neue Speedlearning Buch: "Speedlearning für bessere Noten" Jetzt direkt bestellen: [https://mentoren-verlag.de/werke/speedlearning-fuer-bessere-noten/] Dieser Podcast ist und bleibt kostenlos! Wenn dir der Podcast gefällt, dann freue ich mich über eine Spende für mein Charity-Projekt: **Hilf mir Brunnen in Ghana zu bauen:** Spende per Paypal an: brunnenbauprojekt@speedlearning.school Öffne diesen Link, um unserer WhatsApp Gruppe beizutreten: https://chat.whatsapp.com/HPasqQIG0Dz2iZQ6oQsdej Hier geht es zu unseren Produktempfehlungen: https://speedlearning.shop Hier findest du die Speedlearning Onlineschule: https://speedlearning.school/ Hier geht es zu unseren Onlinekursen https://speedlearning.academy/shop Link zum Hörbuch "Speedlearning - die Erfolgstechniken": https://www.thalia.de/shop/home/artikeldetails/ID150443156.html Hol dir das **Buch zum Podcast "Speedlearning - die Erfolgstechniken..."** [Speedlearning Buch](https://amzn.to/2JEhiD2)

    Africa Today
    Growing frustration in South Africa over daily blackouts

    Africa Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 28:34


    South Africa's energy giant has increased scheduled power cuts – or load shedding - to avoid a catastrophic grid collapse. Pay talks are continuing with striking workers, but there is growing frustration across the country over the daily blackouts. The second day of protests in Ghana passes off peacefully as demonstrators march by the president's office. And Ghanaian and Nigerian men and women are among those due to be deported from the UK as British authorities enforce their immigration policies.

    Africalink | Deutsche Welle
    AfricaLink on Air - 29 June 2022

    Africalink | Deutsche Welle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 30:00


    Scores displaced as Mozambique Islamist insurgency intensifies +++ Security tightened in Eswatini on protest anniversary +++ DW's AfricaLink speaks exclusively to Michael Mensah, Deputy CEO of the new Development Bank +++ Nigerian oil marketers blamed for causing artificial fuel scarcity +++ Senegalese making clean energy from peanut shells

    Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE
    Que fut le “massacre du Zong” ?

    Choses à Savoir HISTOIRE

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 3:32


    Pour écouter Comment j'ai bâti un empire: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/mon-argent/id1569918922 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6UduCKju82nA00KdBb08d9?si=KzkcGE8IRYOdR5m9hMbyZw Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/fr/show/2676812 Google Podcast: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9yc3MuYWNhc3QuY29tL21vbi1hcmdlbnQ%3D ------------------------------ On appelle "massacre du Zong", le meurtre, en 1781, de 132 esclaves africains par l'équipage d'un bateau négrier portant ce nom. De terribles conditions de voyage Le "Zong" est un navire britannique, qui se livre au commerce triangulaire. Cette traite négrière se déroule entre l'Afrique, l'Europe et l'Amérique, les esclaves étant échangés contre des produits manufacturés et des matières premières. Quand le navire quitte le port d'Accra (dans l'actuel Ghana), le 18 août 1781, il transporte 442 esclaves, soit beaucoup plus que n'en embarquaient les navires négriers de l'époque. Les esclaves souffrent donc d'une terrible promiscuité et d'une malnutrition qui favorise l'apparition de maladies. 62 d'entre eux meurent rapidement. Les raisons d'un massacre Le 29 novembre, le massacre des esclaves commence. 54 femmes et enfants sont jetés par dessus bord. Dans les jours suivants, 78 hommes sont, à leur tour, précipités à la mer. Cette terrible décision aurait été prise par l'ensemble de l'équipage, bien que le second du bateau, qui remplaçait le capitaine, gravement malade, ait prétendu s'y être opposé. Elle serait motivée par la pénurie d'eau qui aurait régné à bord. En effet, des marins prétendirent qu'il ne restait alors que 4 litres d'eau dans le bateau. Or, il était admis, à l'époque, qu'un capitaine puisse jeter des esclaves à la mer si la totalité de ces esclaves ne pouvait plus être nourri ou abreuvé. Et, dans ce cas, les assurances indemnisaient le capitaine et son équipage, ce qu'elles ne faisaient pas si les esclaves mouraient de maladie par exemple. Il est vrai que le navire était passé au large de plusieurs terres sans s'y arrêter pour renouveler sa provision d'eau potable. D'après une autre source, cependant, il y aurait eu près de 2.000 litres d'eau à bord. Ce massacre donne lieu à deux procès. Le premier, qui se déroule en mars 1783, prend le parti des propriétaires du bateau. Au terme du procès en appel, qui se tient peu après, aucun des membres de l'équipage du "Zong" n'est poursuivi pour ce massacre. Mais ce procès a un grand retentissement dans l'opinion publique. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Glossy Podcast
    The Folklore's Amira Rasool on building a shopping platform with African and Black-owned brands at the forefront

    The Glossy Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 48:58


    After returning from a trip to South Africa, The Folklore's Amira Rasool was often stopped on the streets of New York and asked where she purchased her clothing, which she scored while abroad. “I knew that African and Black-owned brands were the future because people were getting bored of the same old [stuff],” said Rasool, founder and CEO of The Folklore, on the latest episode of the Glossy Podcast. “These brands have a cultural and heritage point-of-view that shines through in their products.” With research, Rasool discovered that most African brands did not have direct-to-consumer e-commerce platforms of their own and were not stocked in retail stores outside of their home country. Rasool launched The Folklore in 2016 as the first B2B wholesale e-commerce platform exclusively focused on Black-owned and African brands.  “Combining my interest and knowledge of Black history and uplifting Black people in our socio-economic condition with my love for styling and telling stories, I created The Folklore,” said Rasool. “We built this product with African and Black-owned brands at the forefront and not as an afterthought." The company's designers are based in South Africa and Nigeria, but The Folklore is also developing relationships with brands in Ghana and Morocco. In addition, by September, the company is working to launch Folklore Connect, a B2B wholesale e-commerce platform that empowers global retailers to discover and shop for African and Black-owned fashion and lifestyle brands. The company's current focus is on apparel, accessories, home and beauty, but will soon expand to new product categories and price points. “With our curation, we still have the potential [to on-board] thousands of brands to the platform,” said Rasool. “We haven't even scratched the surface.”

    Fußball – meinsportpodcast.de

    Im vergangenen März führte Otto Addo ganz nebenbei Ghana in zwei aufregenden Play-off-Spielen gegen Nigeria zur WM in Katar, wo er auch die afrikanische Auswahl trainieren wird. Seinen Hauptjob übt er für Borussia Dortmund aus, wo er zum einen Edin Terzic als Co-Trainer zur Seite steht und zum anderen die Top-Talente des Vereins betreut. Im Gespräch mit Business-Coach und Autor Mounir Zitouni erzählt Addo, wie sich die Arbeit mit den Talenten im Detail gestaltet und worauf es dabei ankommt. Er beschreibt die aufregende Qualifikation für die WM und kündigt eine Anti-Rassismus-Initiative an, die betroffenen Spielern helfen soll, mit rassistischen Beleidigungen und Angriffen umzugehen. Die Folge mit Otto Addo: - 00:00 min 00:40 min: Intro - 00:40 min 01:49 min: Begrüßung - 01:49 min 03:04 min: Vorstellung Trainervita - 03:04 min 09:13 min: Gründung einer Anti-Rassismusinitiative - 09:13 min 14:35 min: Addos Erfahrungen mit Rassismus - 14:35 min 17:47 min: Dunkelhäutige Trainer in Deutschland - 17:47 min 28:00 min: Was macht ein Toptalente-Trainer? - 28:00 min 30:42 min: Bedeutung der Empathie - 30:42 min 33:38 min: Lernen als Trainer - 33:38 min 37:02 min: Nationalcoach in Ghana: Chance oder Risiko? - 37:02 min 38:24 min: Vorbereitung der WM in Katar - 38:24 min 43:29 min: So erlebte Addo die Play-offs gegen Nigeria - 43:29 min 45:26 min: Addos Zukunft als Trainer - 45:26 min 50:52 min: Drei Trainerfavoriten - 50:52 min 51:15 min: Verabschiedung - 51:15 min 51:23 min: Outro Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

    Aberrant Behavior
    Ginele's first (silent) meditation retreat

    Aberrant Behavior

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 32:57


    In this episode, Christabel interviews Ginele about her first mediation retreat. At the time of recording the episode, we did not understand that a 6 day intensive silent retreat meant that it was 6 days of NO cell phone, NO music, NO reading, NO writing to name a few things. Whew, the fears that came up after we learned that information is one for the books.   We can't wait to have a post retreat episode where we delve into the lessons Ginele learned.  We've been together almost eight years and this is the first time we've gone without speaking to each other for this long. Well, minus when we were separated going through a divorce. Still, this was scary for us in many ways and affirming of our love and devotion to doing life together.  Some resources we mentioned if you're looking to start a meditation practice or your own: Ten percent happier: this is hands down our favorite app to meditate with. There are a mix of courses, guided and unguided meditations as well as interviews. They also have a podcast by the same name which is phenomenal.  Spirit rock mediation center: This is where Ginele is attending her silent retreat. They're a great resource if you're looking to deepen your practice and dip your toe (or deepen) into Buddhism. They have a lot of resources for Black, Indigenous, people of color including remote sangha (community) gatherings.  Call to action: While you're here, please remember to rate and write a review. It goes a long way to producing a successful podcast and we want nothing but success for our baby. Don't forget to visit www.richqueeraunties.com/shop for exclusive RQA merch and original art from Ghana.  follow us on IG: https://www.instagram.com/richqueeraunties/  

    Louisiana Considered Podcast
    “School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play” wraps regional premiere in New Orleans

    Louisiana Considered Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 24:29


    School is out for students and for the NOLA Project, as the theater ensemble is closing out its season with the regional premiere of “School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play.” Director Tenaj Jackson tells us about resetting the classic comedy in Ghana and bringing the performance to New Orleans. But while that production is soon to wrap, the Essence Festival of Culture presented by CoCa-Cola is just opening. We hear an encore interview with Barkue Tubman, Chief of Staff with Essence Ventures, to learn more about this weekend's grand return of the festival and all its diverse offerings.  But New Orleans isn't the only city in celebration this week. Over in Terrebonne Parish, the Point-aur-Chenes Indian tribe has been fighting for over a year to re-open their only elementary school. WWNO's Coastal Reporter Kezia Setyawan tells about their new French immersion school recently signed into law. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Diane Mack Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts.  Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    World Business Report
    Increase in defence spending debated at NATO summit

    World Business Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 26:25


    Heads of state and government from NATO's 30 member countries are meeting in Madrid to decide what the organisation's strategic and spending plan should be for the next 10 years. The proposals include a dramatic increase to the number of troops in its rapid response force, increasing weapons stockpiles and strengthening command and control. But how will it all be paid for? We speak to former NATO advisor, Professor Gwythian Prins. A two-day demonstration has begun in Ghana's capital, Accra. Protesters are unhappy with recent fuel price rises and current economic conditions. Elsewhere, the fashion world mourns the death of Leonardo Del Vecchio, owner of eyewear company EssilorLuxottica - which produces Ray Ban and Oakley glasses.

    Fight On Montana
    Gabe Anash Interview

    Fight On Montana

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 92:44


    We have the great pleasure to chat with founder of the 406am Crew, Gabe Anash.  He talks about his journey from Ghana to the United States.  He talks about the journey of going to college at UM and the fear the pushed him.  Also, he talks about how 406am Crew came to be and what he would like it to become.  You don't want to miss this episode that will motivate you with positive vibes.

    Richer Soul, Life Beyond Money
    Ep 290 The Magic of Surrender Finding the Courage to Let Go with Kute Blackson

    Richer Soul, Life Beyond Money

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 74:00


    Take away: Focus on what you are grateful for, because real abundance isn't a matter of what you have. Abundance is about how you feel about yourself and how you feel about what you have.   Action step: Start thinking about the questions and ask yourself, and then learn to let go and surrender and find the freedom.   Money Learnings: The belief around money when Kute was growing up as a kid was money is not important. But he realized in order to impact people and to reach people, you need money in order to feed people in order to make a difference. You need money at least to play the game in this domain. That's how Kute grew up around money.   Bio: A beloved inspirational speaker and transformational teacher, Kute Blackson offers a fresh, bold look at spiritual awareness for a whole new generation. Born in Ghana, West Africa, Kute's multicultural upbringing as the child of a Japanese mother and a Ghanaian father has spanned four different continents. His unique lineage lay the foundation for his approach to breaking down barriers and unlocking an individual's true gifts and greatness.   Highlights from this episode: Link to episode page   You need money in order to make a difference Kute talks about when he ran away to US  and he only got $800 in his pocket What lies are you telling yourself? Kute talks about his encounters with the wise man, enlightened beings, sages, mystics and charlatans What inspired Kute to write his book “The Magic of Surrender, Finding the Courage to Let Go” Richer Soul Life Beyond Money. You got rich, now what? Let's talk about your journey to more a purposeful, intentional, amazing life. Where are you going to go and how are you going to get there? Let's figure that out together. At the core is the financial well being to be able to do what you want, when you want, how you want. It's about personal freedom!   Thanks for listening!   Show Sponsor: http://profitcomesfirst.com/   Schedule your free no obligation call: https://bookme.name/rockyl/lite/intro-appointment-15-minutes   If you like the show please leave a review on iTunes: http://bit.do/richersoul https://www.facebook.com/richersoul   http://richersoul.com/   rocky@richersoul.com   Some music provided by Junan from Junan Podcast   Any financial advice is for educational purposes only and you should consult with an expert for your specific needs.

    Glocal Citizens
    Episode 131: Uncommon Conversations with Dereca Blackmon Part 1

    Glocal Citizens

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 35:23


    Greetings Glocal Citizens! This week on the podcast I have the first of a handful of interviews that came about in a back to the future-esque way. This spring, the Stanford National Black Alumni Association (https://www.stanfordblackalumni.org) biennale summit took place in Washington, D.C. and I organized my spring trip back to the U.S. around reconnecting with my fellow friends and alum and sharing my insights as a Glocal Citizen on a panel entitled, "Africa: Bridging the Diasporic Divide." A propos, my guest, Detroit native, Dereca Blackmon has career-wide experience bridging divides. As Co-Founder and President of the Inclusion Design Group (https://inclusiondesign.com), she is also head trainer and responsible for the creation of the dynamic set of workshops and follow-up activities used by her team. Her experiential training models cut through “diversity fatigue” and allow participants to engage in deep, authentic, and meaningful dialogues. Among her prior positions, she served as the Assistant Vice Provost, Associate Dean and Director of the Diversity and First-Generation Office at Stanford University where she introduced groundbreaking work on authentic engagement, intergroup dialogue, and unconscious bias to over 30,000 students, staff, faculty and alumni. She also taught several courses at Stanford including Intergroup Communication with renowned cultural psychologist Hazel Markus (https://web.stanford.edu/~hazelm/) Reverend Deborah L. Johnson (https://deborahljohnson.org). For over 25 years, Dereca has consulted with a wide variety of corporate, educational, nonprofit, and community-based groups to facilitate “uncommon conversations” on issues of race, gender, class, and social justice. I hope this two part conversation brings you closer to understanding and embodying your own inclusion mindset. Where to find Dereca? www.derecespeaks.com (https://derecaspeaks.com) On LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dereca-blackmon-she-they-02676a3/) On Twitter (https://twitter.com/dereca) On Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/derecaspeaks/) On Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DerecaSpeaks/) On YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8-0_5O8PBvG71Mwji-buvw) What's Dereca reading? Books by Toni Morrison (https://smile.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B000APT7NQ?_encoding=UTF8&node=283155&offset=0&pageSize=12&searchAlias=stripbooks&sort=author-sidecar-rank&page=1&langFilter=default#formatSelectorHeader) Books by Stephen King (https://smile.amazon.com/Stephen-King/e/B000AQ0842/ref=sxts_entity_l_bsx_s_def_r00_t_aufl?pd_rd_w=3TmEU&content-id=amzn1.sym.7b65f550-ae72-40a7-86e4-c165711b4536:amzn1.sym.7b65f550-ae72-40a7-86e4-c165711b4536&pf_rd_p=7b65f550-ae72-40a7-86e4-c165711b4536&pf_rd_r=8QAVVR3K2AQHJ2DQR8VX&pd_rd_wg=wVyqS&pd_rd_r=a18e30ee-2dc6-4148-8e25-1dd37452266d&qid=1656349709&cv_ct_cx=stephen+king+books) The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level (https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B0026772QU&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_5ZH2HQPA3Y93AT84SAJY&tag=glocalcitiz09-20) by Gay Hendricks Other topics of interest: On Black Detroit (https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B01I9B5466&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_BPQ80R5X15EXA14AMXFD&tag=glocalcitiz09-20) St. Thomas US Virgin Islands (https://www.insightguides.com/destinations/central-america-caribbean/virgin-islands-us/travel-guide) On Oak-Town (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oakland,_California) About the Black Panther Party (https://www.marxists.org/history/usa/workers/black-panthers/) What happened to Oscar Grant (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killing_of_Oscar_Grant) BICOP (https://www.nytimes.com/article/what-is-bipoc.html) Shawn Ginwright (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shawn_Ginwright) Flourish Agenda/Leadership Excellence (https://flourishagenda.com) Carol Dweck (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiiEeMN7vbQ) and the Growth Mindset (https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/growth-mindset) Dr. Melanie Tervalon (https://melanietervalon.com/about/) and Cultural Humility (https://melanietervalon.com/resources/) What is Neurodivergent (https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-neurodivergence-and-what-does-it-mean-to-be-neurodivergent-5196627)? When you click and purchase books using the link(s) above, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Thank you for your support! Special Guest: Dereca Blackmon.

    Shoot the Defence
    #NOCHOFTES Podcast | IT'S SHEHU AND ASA!!

    Shoot the Defence

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 45:08


    Stel, Roy and Chris talk to Shehu and Ernest Asante about their time at Omonoia, Rondos, Nigeria vs Ghana and more! ---- CONTENTS ---- 0:00 Intro 02:40 Being a Muslim footballer in Cyprus 04:30 Nigeria's World Cup Qualifying campaign 06:34 The Nigeria & Ghana rivalry 07:30 Shehu's Jollof opinion 08:01 Asa enters! Carnage ensues! 10:10 Shehu & Asa joining Omonoia the same season 12:05 Rondo wars 15:35 Jollof wars 19:30 Favourite moments at Omonoia 21:25 Shehu's future and APOEL rumours 23:52 Contract situation with Omonoia 26:22 Asa's situation 29:52 Quickfire questions 42:25 Message to Omonoia fans from Shehu and Asa ✅ LIKE ✅ SUBSCRIBE ✅ COMMENT ✅ SHARE ✅ TELL YOUR NOUNA Artwork: Omonoia Football Town ⚠️ Follow us on Insta ⚠️: Stel - https://www.instagram.com/chestel/ Roy - https://www.instagram.com/roynochoftes/ Chris - https://www.instagram.com/djstsmichael/ Omonoia Football Town - https://www.instagram.com/omonoia.foo...

    Talking Forests
    Forestry People Who Rock - Elaine Springgay FAO Officer and ForYP Founder - Episode 74

    Talking Forests

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:27


    Elaine and I had a conversation about global forestry challenges. I was impressed by her experience in the sector and global knowledge. She launched ForYP the only global forestry young professionals group at the World Forest Congress in Korea this year and I asked her what that is all about and how to get involved. Elaine Springgay is FAO's Agroforestry Officer and has more than 12 years of experience working in international development on integrated natural resources management, community-based forest management and climate-smart agriculture. Prior to joining FAO in 2015, Elaine worked with NGOs or government agencies in Canada, Ghana, the Philippines and Uganda, primarily focused on community-based natural resource management, livelihoods and capacity development initiatives. She has a BSc in both Environmental Geography and History from the University of Toronto, and a Masters in Forestry from the Australian National University. She is also the Founder and Chair of the Global Network for Forestry Young Professionals, ForYP, creating a space for the forestry's younger experts and future leaders to connect, share experiences and advocate for greater career development opportunities. In her spare time, Elaine loves to travel – she has been to over 50 countries and lived in 12! She is also a foodie, loves to hike and kayaking. ForYP is a global community of young professionals in the forest sector who network, develop their professional skills, gain confidence, and feel empowered to engage and lead forestry through the 21st century. See our website: https://www.foryp.org/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/forypnetwork https://www.facebook.com/ForYPorg https://www.linkedin.com/company/foryporg/ https://www.instagram.com/foryporg/ https://twitter.com/foryporg https://youtu.be/lPZ9vtCWxjU Voice By Gordon Collier in Introduction: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jgordoncollier/ Spring by Ikson www.soundcloud.com/ikson Music promoted by Audio Library www.youtu.be/5WPnrvEMIdo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkingforests/support

    Top Story
    Joy FM Top Story

    Top Story

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 34:14


    Ghana is at the crossroads of a major economic decision as revenue collection post the implementation of the controversial e-levy performs below expectations.

    AFROBEATS & CLEAN RAP MIXES Feat. dj boAt
    AFROBEATS CARNIVAL | AFROBEATS PARTY |AMAPIANO |AFROBEATS 2022 VIDEO MIX |NAIJA |GHANA | BUGA| ASAKE

    AFROBEATS & CLEAN RAP MIXES Feat. dj boAt

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 76:29


    FOLLOW ME ON IG | TIKTOK | TWITTER: @djboatglobalStream my new music here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1DWTkUSrPFLZJw?prid=spotify:track:6vFtGl6zGGz3eqD6wEF9T2https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1DXbTop77dnX35https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1DXaBaj8NX3WVbTEXT ME FOR LINK TO DOWNLOAD: 1-757-742-3990https://ffm.to/jorkgpoLike, Share & Subscribe!!!

    Ekosiisen
    Ekosiisen

    Ekosiisen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 270:06


    A socio-economic political talk show that discusses the major political, social and economic issues in Ghana

    A.V.A Live Radio Music
    Twitter update ‘Notes' Test in the US, UK & Canada

    A.V.A Live Radio Music

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 8:30


    Maybe this will be the feature that sweetens the deal for Musk to buy twitter. Twitter unveils a built-in Notes feature on the way, currently available to select users in the US, UK, Canada, and Ghana. Notes appear as long-form posts enabling a mixture of tweets, videos, and images. Leaks about the feature have circulator for months and Twitter users seem very excited about the ability to post longer notes without users having to leave the platform. Twitter has needed a more robust longform writing tool and this application could drastically alter the way continent is delivered on the platform. Up till now longform content was delivered in multiple threads or screenshots of notes written on other applications. This feature allows you to read longer form content on the app natively. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ava-live-radio/message

    Occupational Therapy Insights
    The experiences of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities in inclusive schools in Accra, Ghana

    Occupational Therapy Insights

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


    The study sought to understand the experiences of children with IDDs in learning in inclusive schools in Accra, Ghana.

    Business of the Beat Podcast
    Experience Molds Our Mindset Part 2

    Business of the Beat Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 29:42


    This week in the part 2 series with Abena Boamah, Founder and CEO of Hanahana Beauty, she continues her conversation with Kendra by delving into on-the-fly lessons she's learned in entrepreneurship, sharing how The Hanahana Circle of care provides sustaining production on multiples sides, and giving visual artists the opportunity to collab with beauty brands they grew up on.  Bio: Abena Boamah is the Founder and CEO of Hanahana Beauty, an ethically-conscious, Black-owned clean beauty + wellness brand aiming to disrupt the global beauty industry by promoting increased  transparency of ingredient sourcing, accessibility of products, and responsible environmental  practices. Hanahana Beauty empowers Black women globally by creating sustainable access to income  and healthcare for shea butter producers in Ghana.  Follow @beanieboamah @hanahana_beauty or visit https://hanahanabeauty.com/.  Quote: “Our community is more than just here in the States. When we look at scaling there are black people everywhere” Tune in to learn more from Abena and Kendra!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Personal Branding Podcast
    Brands that Last: Three Secrets

    Personal Branding Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 9:39


    Do brands last a lifetime? What makes some brands survive while others fail?Think about this question as it relates to your own life. What brands and products do you remember from your childhood? Are those brands still existing?If so, what could their main secrets be? If they are no longer around, what could have led to their extension? So, perhaps you already know the answers to these questions. My favorite childhood car brand was the French-built Peugeot. The Peugeot company was founded in 1810 by Jean-Pierre Peugeot, who began making coffee mills and bicycles.Despite not having seen my grandfather’s functional Peugeot 504 (Peugeot’s first Saloon Car), I did see the spoilt immovable car kept in the garage. The car’s round headlights and sunroof caught my attention at the time. On occasion, he gathers his young children and tells them stories of his car-related antics. From Ho to Hohoe and Aflao to Accra, he traveled.It was the most adored vehicle in the 1970s and 1980s. I used to only consider traveling by the Peugeot. All this time I was hoping for a meaningful experience that I would be able to talk about with my grandfather. Was his account of the car similar to my personal experience, in other words? Brand's perception vs customer experience.Admirably the Peugeot still exists today with different models made, and the company has evolved. Today, I will share with you three key secrets among the many that help brands thrive over generations. There are several ways brands can survive and thrive. The key to success lies in understanding these strategies and applying them to your business. Let’s get started… Customer-focused: if your goal is for your customers to feel satisfied and you put your all into it to achieve that result, your customers will come back to serve you in many ways. Some may become your unofficial brand ambassadors. Brands that attain iconic status are people-minded. They take pride in their work and they go the extra step to ensure that their clients and customers are satisfied. Brands that last know that they’re in business because of people. They realize that these people will be spreading the good word and image about the brand, which will bring in more clients and more money. Brands that last put a premium on their customer acquisition and retention processes and don’t let it happen by chance. are the ones that succeed over the long term. The key to creating enduring customer value is to figure out how to build sustainable competitive advantage, not just for individual companies but for entire industries. Be value-driven! Communication: Brands that last keep their communication channels open all the time. Lasting brands use both new and old media to promote your business. Social media is used to engage with people, listen to them, provide feedback, and promote products and services. Listening helps provide avenues for bettering your products and services and strengthening your brand's presence Lasting brands have a strong digital presence and constantly improve their digital presence to stay top of mind for their target audience.These actions help to strengthen the bond between the brand and its customers Consistency: Consistency is key. Nothing remarkable can be achieved without consistency. It's the value, the voice, and the brand that drives home the message. Brands that last are always improving, always innovating, and always marketing their products and services Follow Coca-Cola’s lead. They’ve improved, even their formula, packaging, and messages, and constantly market themselves.Returning to the Peugeot brand, one of their success secrets has been their ongoing commitment to innovation and improvement. They never gave up, and today it’s one of the most sought-after cars in Europe by tourists.In addition to nine other Car of the Year wins in Spain, they have won five Car of the Year awards in Italy. I will summarize it all by ending with the words of James C. Collins from His Book, ‘Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies, “The good news is that one of the key elements of being a visionary company is strikingly simple: Good old-fashioned hard work, dedication to improvement, and continually building for the future will take you a long way… The bad news is that creating a visionary company requires huge quantities of good old-fashioned hard work, dedication to improvement, and continually building for the future. There are no shortcuts. There are no magic potions. There are no workarounds. To build a visionary company, you've got to be ready for the long, hard pull. Success is never final” To remain relevant, brands must continuously reinvent themselves to attract new customers or retain existing ones. This requires constant innovation and adaptation. In conclusion, note that lasting brands are not built on autopilot, when it comes to building lasting brands, it's important to understand what makes your brand different from others, and then find ways to leverage those differences to create lasting value for your customers. Bernard Kelvin Clive Recommended books visit https://www.amazon.com/author/bernardkelvin

    Beantown Podcast
    Exposing Quinn's Internet Search History (06252022 Beantown)

    Beantown Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 44:39


    What, you're telling me I'm the only one who googled Martin Mull, Ghana, and whether WNBA players have played pregnant before? Get off your high horse.

    Defining Moments Podcast
    Defining Moment with Courtney and Clara: The Pearl House

    Defining Moments Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 58:00


    Courtney shares the story of how she founded the Pearl House, a home for girls in rural Ghana, Africa that empowers girls through physical care, emotional support, spiritual development, and life-changing academic/vocational opportunities. Courtney is an amazing human being who has created remarkable change in her community and in Ghana, and we weres fortunate to have been able to interview her and the Communications Director of the Pearl House, Clara. The true Undefeated Mindset: listening to those moments when you get insight into your calling! Courtney recalls the moment she realized the impact her efforts were making - that is a day worth waiting patiently for. Learn more about the Pearl House https://thepearlhouse.org/

    Couleurs tropicales
    Roga Roga, Tiakola, Supect 95, Stony et plein d'autres dans la playlist de Couleurs Tropicales

    Couleurs tropicales

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 48:30


    Programmation musicale consacrée aux nouveautés musicales du continent africain et de sa diaspora.Dans sa chronique des nouveautés musicales de la semaine, Lincey Sibai nous parle des Comores, du Ghana, du Cap-Vert et de la France.Dans la séquence Génération Consciente, Licko Magouri nous parlera de l'association Parents au coeur bleu, dont elle est présidente. Parents au coeur bleu est une association qui milite pour la défense des droits des enfants autistes en Côte-d'Ivoire. Playlist :  Billy Billy Awolé Wayé Soulard Tiakola feat Rsko Gasolina  Stony T'as mal Prez Unité Baky Vid Stone Warley Mère Ya Palais Kandy Guira Yeko Drbx On m'a dit

    Invité Afrique
    «L'arrivée de la Cédéao en Guinée-Bissau montre que le pays n'est pas sorti d'un cycle d'instabilité»

    Invité Afrique

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 3:55


    Un peu à l'image de l'ancienne Écomib qui était restée huit ans avant de se retirer en 2020, la Cédéao a commencé à déployer, depuis le 20 juin, une force de stabilisation en Guinée-Bissau, où le président Umaro Sissoco Embalo a échappé en février à une tentative de coup d'État. Cette mission se déploie pour un an renouvelable alors que des législatives anticipées sont prévues à la fin de l'année. Paulin Maurice Toupane, chercheur au bureau de Dakar à l'Institut d'études de sécurité est l'invité de RFI. RFI: Une force de la Communauté économique des États d'Afrique de l'Ouest (Cédéao) à Bissau, on pensait que c'était du passé. Finalement, elle revient, signe que l'instabilité est toujours de mise ? Paulin Maurice Toupane : Oui, tout à fait. L'arrivée de cette force de la Cédéao en Guinée-Bissau nous montre que le pays n'est pas encore sorti de ce cycle d'instabilité qu'il connaît depuis l'indépendance en 1974. Et en Guinée-Bissau, les antagonismes entre les principaux acteurs politiques et leur soutien au sein de l'armée ont souvent structuré le jeu politique et ont été à l'origine des différentes crises que le pays a connues. Et dans son mandat, il est question de protéger les institutions dont le président lui-même… Oui. Sécuriser le président de la République qui a été victime d'une tentative de coup d'État au mois de février, et dans la foulée, c'est lui-même qui avait demandé à la Cédéao le déploiement de cette force. Mais au-delà du président de la République, cette mission a pour mandat de protéger les principales institutions de ce pays, mais aussi de façon générale, créer un climat de sécurité pour les citoyens bissau-guinéens. Combien d'hommes en tout ? Il est prévu le déploiement de 631 hommes venus du Sénégal, du Nigeria, de la Côte d'Ivoire, du Ghana et du Burkina Faso. Le retour de cette force de la Cédéao crée-t-elle des frustrations au niveau de l'armée ? Il n'y a pas de signe qui pourrait nous permettre de parler de défiance au sein de l'armée. Mais pour bon nombre d'acteurs en Guinée-Bissau, l'arrivée de cette force crée des frustrations au sein d e certaines factions de l'armée qui ne voient pas d'un bon œil l'arrivée de cette mission de la Cédéao en Guinée-Bissau. Et on sait que le déploiement de troupes dans ce pays a souvent été critiqué tant au sein de l'armée que de la classe politique. C'est notamment le cas avec la mission angolaise qui avait été déployée en 2011 en Guinée-Bissau et qui a été perçue, à certains moments, par certains acteurs influents de l'armée comme une force de protection privée de l'ancien Premier ministre d'alors Carlos Gomes Junior. Ce qui avait créé des tensions entre l'armée et ce Premier ministre débouchant sur le coup d'État de 2012. Il ne faudrait pas que, pour la Cédéao, cette force soit perçue par les acteurs bissau-guinéens comme une force privée du président de la République. Et pour ce faire, elle devrait instaurer un dialogue permanent tant avec les autorités politiques et militaires, qu'avec aussi les acteurs politiques de l'opposition et de la société civile. Autre difficulté, le Parlement a été dissous. Une sorte de gouvernement provisoire a été mis en place qui a du mal à s'imposer. Le Parti africain pour l'indépendance de la Guinée-Bissau et du Cap-Vert (PAIGC) a refusé d'y entrer. Est-ce à dire que le ver est dans le fruit ? Oui. Le cafouillage noté lors de la cérémonie de prestations des nouveaux membres du gouvernement nous renseigne sur les tensions au sein même des partis politiques, surtout dans la perspective de l'organisation des élections législatives qui génèrent souvent des tensions politiques et des crises post-électorales qui pourraient faire basculer le pays dans une nouvelle crise. Ces élections législatives en décembre. Pourront-elles avoir lieu en temps et en heure ? Deux défis se posent actuellement pour l'organisation des élections législatives. C'est la nomination du président de la Commission nationale électorale et la mobilisation de fonds pour l'organisation de ces élections. Et les tensions qu'il y a entre les acteurs politiques et au sein même des partis politiques ne présagent rien de bon. Et vu les défis, le report des élections ne pourra pas être exclu. Et actuellement, même dans le scénario le plus positif où ces élections se tiendront, le risque que le pays bascule encore dans une nouvelle crise institutionnelle reste très possible d'autant plus que, pour nous, les réformes institutionnelles qui sont indispensables pour la stabilité du pays n'auront pas été discutées et mises en œuvre. ► À lire aussi : La Cédéao déploie une force de stabilisation en Guinée-Bissau

    The (un)Professional Boxing Podcast
    The (Un)Professional Boxing Podcast with Boxrec Grey & TimBoxeo - Ep 9 - Nobody Wins Wearing Title Branded Trunks

    The (un)Professional Boxing Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 79:43


    The (Un)Professional Boxing Podcast with Twitter's @BoxrecGrey & @TimBoxeo    Show Notes 21 June Fights we watched last week (worth talking about)    Lovejoy's tweet of the week BUSTED 3 NUTS THIS MORNING, IM N THE GYM LIKE ITS NOTHIN https://twitter.com/lovejoyboxing/status/1537566352596082688?s=20&t=IELkJX-nRnAsX86H8qnOHQ      DeAndre Savage https://boxrec.com/en/proboxer/861682    Friday afternoon - Gorman-Salek from Liverpool https://boxrec.com/en/event/855314    Friday evening Panama on ProBoxTV https://boxrec.com/en/event/855625     Friday evening from Saint Pete Florida https://boxrec.com/en/event/842746    Abimbola Osundairo https://boxrec.com/en/proboxer/1007801    Saturday in Rostock, Germany https://boxrec.com/en/event/857343      Saturday Beterbiev-Smith Jr  https://boxrec.com/en/event/853317      Saturday from Accra, Ghana https://boxrec.com/en/event/856038     Saturday in Ghana 2008 Olympian Bastie Samir returns!  https://boxrec.com/en/event/856038 Coming Up Next   Thursday in Canada https://boxrec.com/en/event/853672    Thursday in Argentina https://boxrec.com/en/event/855594    Friday in Argentina https://boxrec.com/en/event/853652    Friday BKFC  https://boxrec.com/en/event/856226    Friday ProBox in Florida https://boxrec.com/en/event/853166    Friday in PA https://boxrec.com/en/event/851298    Saturday in Czech Republic https://boxrec.com/en/event/855233    Saturday in Mexicali  https://boxrec.com/en/event/855366    Saturday in UK https://boxrec.com/en/event/855844    Saturday in Texas https://boxrec.com/en/event/854069    Saturday in Virginia https://boxrec.com/en/event/848473 

    The TADAT Podcast
    Episode 20.1: TADAT and Domestic Revenue Mobilization in Kenya

    The TADAT Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 24:57


    From January 17th to January 31st this year, senior management of revenue administrations of six African countries, including Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, Tanzania and Uganda, participated in a training workshop of the TADAT methodology. In this two-part episode of the TADAT podcast, Alfred Akibo-Betts speaks with five senior executives of the Kenya Revenue Authority and the Controller of Budget Kenya about the TADAT training, lessons learned, its applicability, and the plans their respective departments have for the implementation of good practices in revenue administration.

    Sandman Stories Presents
    EP 133: Ghana- Morning Sunrise, Honourable Minu, Why The Moon and The Stars Receive Their Light From The Sun (W. H. Barker 1917)

    Sandman Stories Presents

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 14:53


    In the first story, Morning Sunrise has to figure out which man is worthy of her hand in marriage. So, her father pretends she is dead, just to see who would pay for the funeral. In the second story, a man from the countryside comes to the big city. He does not speak the local language and so all of his questions are met with the answer of "I don't know" or Minu. Whose is this? Who owns these fields? Whose building is that? Minu is the owner of it all! In the third story, Anansi takes a back seat to his son Kweku Tsin. A flesh eating dragon is capturing people and going to eat them. Kweku finds a way to trick the dragon's pet cock, and then leads people to safety through a series of tricks. For these good deeds, he is transformed into the Sun. Long live Kweku Tsin! Source: West African folk-tales by Barker, William Henry, 1882-; Sinclair, Cecilia Narrator: Dustin Steichmann Music: Sample video of Ghanaian traditional music by theghanaproject2013 Sound Effects: Rain by Dustin Steichmann Music: by Ghana Project. Rain by me. Podcast Shoutout: History of Persia- A Podcast Dedicated to the History of the ancient Iranian empires from 700 BCE to 700 CE Listener Shoutout: Piaui Brazil Piaui is one of the states of Brazil, located in the country's Northeast Region. The state has 1.6% of the Brazilian population and produces 0.7% of the Brazilian GDP. Via Wikipedia "Sunrise" by _paVan_ is licensed under CC BY 2.0. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sandman-stories/message

    Stephanomics
    How Sri Lanka's Financial Crisis Could Become the World's

    Stephanomics

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 26:03


    As the US, UK and other wealthy nations grouse about the prospect of stagflation and risk of recession, people in some emerging nations are facing more perilous questions about how to find medicine to stay alive. A financial crisis gripping Sri Lanka's 23 million people threatens to spread across the developing world and sweep up hundreds of millions more. This week, we explore profoundly different economic climates. The first are emerging markets exemplified by Sri Lanka and burdened with pandemic-related debt, double-digit inflation and food shortages; the second is Qatar, an already rich petro-state that's getting richer thanks to a global energy crisis. Reporter Sudhi Ranjan Sen surveys the chaos in Colombo, where protesters angry with 40% inflation and days-long waits for fuel and cooking gas are demanding the ouster of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa. In the words of one Sri Lankan woman who was unable to find pharmaceuticals for her parents: “It's really hard to see somebody die without medicine, because you have the money, you don't have a place to buy the medicine.”  For the wider world, the risk is that Sri Lanka's financial crisis spreads to other developing nations that also face high debt levels, rising interest rates and weakening currencies. Ziad Daoud, Bloomberg's chief emerging markets economist, counts five countries most at risk of following in Sri Lanka's footsteps: Tunisia, El Salvador, Ghana, Ethiopia and Pakistan. Lenders to Sri Lanka stand to lose half of their investment, Daoud tells host Stephanie Flanders, but it's unclear how the island nation will treat its debts to China. In the past, China has been unwilling to join multilateral agreements to write down debt. But what happens if other lenders forgive much of Sri Lanka's debt, while the nation makes good on what it owes China? Finally, correspondent Simone Foxman relays the remarkable turn of events in Qatar, which this week hosted the Qatar Economic Forum. Until very recently, analysts questioned the wisdom of Qatar's plan to boost its liquefied natural gas exports by 60%, at a cost of $30 billion. Where analysts figured Qatar was overestimating demand, Russia's war on Ukraine has European nations lining up for Qatari energy. Meantime, the Persian Gulf nation is readying its stadiums ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Doha, set for November and December. By one estimate, the nation has pumped $350 billion into badly needed infrastructure and other improvements ahead of the games. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Speedlearning - die Erfolgstechniken für Beruf, Schule und mehr
    So lernst du Japanische Vokabeln schnell und effektiv

    Speedlearning - die Erfolgstechniken für Beruf, Schule und mehr

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 24:42


    Link aus der Podcastfolge: https://learnjapanesedaily.com/most-common-japanese-words.html/2 Werde jetzt Speedlearner für 15,00 EUR im Monat (jederzeit kündbar) unter: https://speedlearning.school Das neue Speedlearning Buch: "Speedlearning für bessere Noten" Jetzt direkt bestellen: [https://mentoren-verlag.de/werke/speedlearning-fuer-bessere-noten/] Dieser Podcast ist und bleibt kostenlos! Wenn dir der Podcast gefällt, dann freue ich mich über eine Spende für mein Charity-Projekt: **Hilf mir Brunnen in Ghana zu bauen:** Spende per Paypal an: brunnenbauprojekt@speedlearning.school Öffne diesen Link, um unserer WhatsApp Gruppe beizutreten: https://chat.whatsapp.com/HPasqQIG0Dz2iZQ6oQsdej Hier geht es zu unseren Produktempfehlungen: https://speedlearning.shop Hier findest du die Speedlearning Onlineschule: https://speedlearning.school/ Hier geht es zu unseren Onlinekursen https://speedlearning.academy/shop Link zum Hörbuch "Speedlearning - die Erfolgstechniken": https://www.thalia.de/shop/home/artikeldetails/ID150443156.html Hol dir das **Buch zum Podcast "Speedlearning - die Erfolgstechniken..."** [Speedlearning Buch](https://amzn.to/2JEhiD2)

    Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread

    The ornate ceremonial bow and quiver had hung on the wall of our home in Michigan for years. I’d inherited them from my father, who acquired the souvenirs while we were serving as missionaries in Ghana. Then one day a Ghanaian friend visited us. When he saw the bow, he got a strange look on his face. Pointing to a small object tied to it he said, “That is a fetish—a magic charm. I know it has no power, but I would not keep it in my house.” Quickly we cut the charm from the bow and discarded it. We didn’t want anything in our home intended for the worship of something other than God. Josiah, king in Jerusalem, grew up with little knowledge of God’s expectations for His people. When the high priest rediscovered the Book of the Law in the long-neglected temple (2 Kings 22:8), Josiah wanted to hear it. As soon as he learned what God had said about idolatry, he ordered sweeping changes to bring Judah into compliance with God’s law—changes far more drastic than merely cutting a charm from a bow (see 2 Kings 23:3–7). Believers today have more than King Josiah did—much, much more. We have the entire Bible to instruct us. We have each other. And we have the vital filling of the Holy Spirit, who brings things to light, large and small, that we might otherwise overlook.

    LifeTalk with Michelle McKinney Hammond

    Subscribe/Follow Michelle McKinney Hammond:YouTube - http://bit.ly/2EqUor5Facebook - http://bit.ly/2Fkzg7rInstagram - http://bit.ly/2AL2f0CTwitter - http://bit.ly/2mk59VBAmazon - http://amzn.to/2FmHmfMWebsite - http://www.michellehammond.com/SHOP MMH MERCH: https://teespring.com/stores/mmh-merchAs a bestselling author, speaker, singer/songwriter and television presenter, Michelle has authored over 40 books (selling over two million copies worldwide), including best-selling titles The Diva Principle, Sassy, Single and Satisfied, 101 Ways to Get and Keep His Attention, and Secrets of an Irresistible Woman. A gifted vocalist, Michelle has recorded four solo CD's, It's Amazing, Let's Go In, Come Let Us Worship, and With Love. She co-hosted the Emmy Award-winning television talk show Aspiring Women for ten years and compliment 3D Woman for two years. She presently resides in Ghana, West Africa where she is the visionary for a music ministry called Relevance. They have released three Albums FOREVER, THE GREATEST GIFT AND  FOR LOVE SAKE.Support the show

    Radical Imagination
    Season 4 Launching This Month

    Radical Imagination

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 1:31


    Radical healing. Afro-futurism. Repatriation of stolen land. Housing justice. Black Americans returning to Ghana. Bold alternatives to work and policing. On Season 4 of Radical Imagination we transcend the borders of geography and policy to explore transformative ways of healing and repairing the sins of the past, and how they interconnect with the revolutionary work of creating a just, equitable future.Coming this month!

    The Moth
    The Moth Radio Hour - Fathers: Daddy, Dad, Paw-Paw, Pops

    The Moth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 53:29


    In this special episode celebrating fathers, a man embraces his father's music; a new dad has a breakdown in the grocery store; a young father struggles with his emotions; a son flies to Ghana for his father's funeral, a daughter reveals an embarrassing truth, and an uncle steps in to play an important role. Hosted by The Moth's Artistic Director Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Catherine Burns David Kendall inherits his love of music from his father. Chris Myers rides out his emotions after the birth of his daughter. Nestor Gomez struggles to pick out his baby among a group of newborns. Karan Chopra learns to live his life by his father's example. Amanda Hamilton Roos confesses her sins to her father, literally. Jack Marmorstein realizes the role he must play in his nephew's life.

    History of Africa
    Season 3 Episode 24 - The Third Anglo-Ashanti War Part 2: the Burning of Kumasi

    History of Africa

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 36:41


    As the Ashanti armies retreated back across the Pra River, Kofi Kakari and the Ashanti legislature were forced to admit defeat. They offered to concede on all of the British demands. However, the British commander Garnet Wolesly was not willing to accept these terms. Despite the pleas of others in the British colonial authority, Wolesly decided that there was only one way that the Anglo-Ashanti Wars would end: with the complete destruction of the Ashanti Empire.The (all) UnknowingWhat does it mean to know? Besides the obvious, it means that we stop considering what...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

    The Fasting Highway
    Episode 128 Laurie Lewis a revisit from episode 30. Laurie a well known intermittent fasting coach and author celebrates 5 years of living an IF lifestyle.

    The Fasting Highway

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 61:15


    Certified coach, Laurie Lewis, has changed the lives of thousands through her coaching of Intermittent Fasting. Utilizing time-tested (and science-tested) principles, Laurie takes on individual clients as well as leading her group programs Live on Zoom. She helps determined, exasperated, busy people (who are tired of dieting!) from the United States to New Zealand to Ghana to Israel to Scotland. Stubborn hormonal fat hit hard in 2012, causing her to suddenly gain 50 pounds. For years, she tried everything and none of the old tricks worked. She hit rock-bottom and almost resigned to the “fact” that she would keep getting heavier and feeling worse and worse forever. At a particularly despondent time in 2017, a video unexpectedly popped up which would turn the course of her life. She stayed up all night learning about Intermittent Fasting, and started that very next morning. Laurie has just celebrated her five year anniversary living an intermittent fasting lifestyle .In this episode Laurie recaps her amazing journey and gives some great insights and advice. Connect with Laurie www.fastforwardwellness.com for information on her books and podcast appearances. The Fasting Highway News. My book about my own story The Fasting Highway is available on Amazon in both paperback and kindle. The Fasting Highway: Graeme Currie takes you on a journey through the highs and lows of beating a crippling food addiction by losing 60kg (132 pounds) living an Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle - For Australian and New Zealand residents, you can buy the book direct from me at www.thefastinghighway.com. For the rest of the world Amazon is your best option. You can follow me on Instagram at graemecurrie_63 or join The Fasting Highway Facebook Community. Instagram graemecurrie_63 Enjoy The Show Graeme. Disclaimer all views expressed in this podcast episode are those of the guest and host. No part of this podcast should be taken as medical advice. Please consult your medical professional before starting any health plan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/graeme-currie/message

    Rejuvenaging with Dr. Ron Kaiser
    The Power to Surrender with Kute Blackson

    Rejuvenaging with Dr. Ron Kaiser

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 41:50


    What do you think it means to truly surrender? Do you associate the term with giving up? How about letting go? In this episode, we hear from speaker and transformational coach, Kute Blackson, about what surrender means to him and the ways in which we can draw power from it. Having written two books, Kute is a bestselling author and has appeared on the Larry King Show, Dr. Drew, and NPR, to name a few. His mission is to “awaken and inspire people across the planet to access inner freedom, live authentically, and fulfill their true life's purpose.”Today, Kute speaks to us about his earliest inspirations growing up in Ghana and the paths he took before eventually settling into his calling. He explains what surrender means to him and why it plays a vital role in the unconditioning process to realizing our true selves. Tune in to Episode 140 of REJUVENAGING® to start your self-reflection journey with Kute Blackson!Some Questions I Ask:How did you wind up becoming such an important transformational coach, speaker, and leader? (3:34)How do you spend your time? (11:03)Can you give us a cliff notes version of your philosophy? (12:21)How can we avoid raising a child who then has to get unconditioned? (18:30)What is the magic of surrender? (31:48)In This Episode, You Will Learn:What inspired Kute to move to Southern California (7:37)About the process of conditioning that we all go through as we move into adulthood (14:52)What self-protection can lead to (16:09)Why being a parent is the most important job in the world (18:39)Why Kute believes that everyone needs therapy/coaching (24:29)What Kute believes is the key to real transformation (26:54)Why we should re-shape our thoughts around what it means to surrender (32:55)ResourcesKute Blackson: The Magic of SurrenderKute Blackson: You Are the OneRe-Invent Seminar: Reinvent LiveWebsite: https://www.kuteblackson.com/Podcast: SoulTalkConnect with Kute BlacksonFacebookInstagramLinkedInUseful REJUVENAGING® ResourcesWebsite: https://www.thementalhealthgym.com/Book: Dr. Ron Kaiser -Rejuvenaging: The Art and Science of Growing Older with EnthusiasmEmail: ron.kaiser@thementalhealthgym.com TEDx Talk: Aging Enthusiastically to Make the World a Better Place See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.