Janna - die Matheflüsterin: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/die.mathefluesterin/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y%3D TikTok: https://firstname.lastname@example.org?_t=8XpyoObyblV&_r=1 Homepage: https://www.diemathefluesterin.net/ Hannes kann es: https://www.instagram.com/hanneskannes_schulspeaker/ email@example.com Musik lizensiert durch audiohub
Rita Falk kommt aus dem Oberammergau und zog dann mit ihren Eltern zunächst für ein Jahr nach München, danach nach Landshut. Die Autorin lebte mit ihrem zweiten Mann, dem früheren Polizisten Robert Falk, in München. Robert Falk verstarb am 2. Juli 2020 im Alter von 60 Jahren. Sie hat drei erwachsene Kinder. Bis zu ihrem Durchbruch als Bestsellerautorin war sie als Bürokauffrau tätig. Rita Falk wurde durch ihre in dem fiktiven Ort Niederkaltenkirchen spielenden „Provinzkrimis“ um den Dorfpolizisten Franz Eberhofer bekannt. In ihren Augen kommt der Drehort, die Marktgemeinde Frontenhausen, dem fiktiven Ort im Roman am nächsten. Nach drei von der Erzählweise her stark dialektal und umgangssprachlich geprägten Provinzkrimi-Bänden legte sie 2012 mit Hannes ihren ersten Familienroman vor. Seitdem erschienen weitere Bücher in beiden Genres. Ihr Debütroman Winterkartoffelknödel (2010), der erste Band der Eberhofer-Reihe, rückte – wie auch Band zwei, Dampfnudelblues (2011), und Band drei, Schweinskopf al dente (2011), bis auf Platz sechs der Spiegel-Bestsellerliste (Hardcover-Belletristik) vor. Mit dem fünften Band der Reihe, Sauerkrautkoma (2013), gelang Rita Falk erstmals der Sprung auf Platz eins. Auch die weiteren Bände der Reihe eroberten Platz eins der Spiegel-Bestsellerliste (Paperback-Belletristik). Die Eberhofer-Reihe war so beliebt, dass auch eine Filmserie dazu entstand. In den Rollen des Franz Eberhofer brillierte Sebastian Bezzel. Die Bücher sind auch als Hörbücher vertont von Christian Tramitz.
30 spektakuläre Bikes! Wie angekündigt haben sich Marcus, Hannes und Moritz für Folge #109 unseren geschätzten Kollegen, Unterlenker-Superbrain und Rennrad-News.de-Chefredakteur Jan eingeladen, um die vor Kurzem stattgefundenden Craft Bike Days noch mal Revue passieren zu lassen. Warum rasierte Beine viel Energie einsparen und Vollbärte nicht und welches Rad der Craft Bike Days unser Favorit ist, erfahrt ihr in dieser Folge.
Salwas heutiger Gast ist der Umweltaktivist, Schauspieler und Autor Hannes Jaenicke. Hannes ist Greenpeace-Mitglied, seit er 15 ist, ausgebildeter Theaterschauspieler und Autor zahlreicher TV-Dokumentationen und Sachbücher, mit denen er auf die Gefährdung von Tierarten wie Orang-Utans und Eisbären oder die Massentierhaltung aufmerksam macht.Auf der Bahnfahrt im ICE von Hannover bis Hamburg, wo Hannes zum Interview auf dem berühmten roten Sofa von DAS! Eingeladen ist, sprechen Salwa und er über sein neues Buch, „Die große Sauerei“. Darin geht es um die Lebensmittelindustrie und die Agrarlobby und wie das Tierwohl in Deutschland unter ihnen leidet - ein Thema, das dem überzeugten Veganer am Herzen liegt.Außerdem erzählt er Salwa, welche Klimaaktivist:innen er selbst bewundert, welche Proteste er unterstützt und gibt Tipps, was jeder Einzelne von uns tun kann, um die Umwelt zu schützen.Hannes Jaenickes neues Buch, „Die große Sauerei: Wie Agrarlobby und Lebensmittelindustrie uns belügen und betrügen – und was das für unsere Ernährung bedeutet “, ist am 15.11. 2022 erschienen.Links:Hannes Jaenickes Interview bei DAS!https://www.ndr.de/fernsehen/sendungen/das/DAS-mit-Autor-und-Schauspieler-Hannes-Jaenicke,dasx30460.htmlSalwa Houmsi bei Instagram: @salwahoumsi Mehr über DB MOBIL “Unterwegs mit...” https://dbmobil.de/podcasts
Dr. Hannes Leroy is interested in authentic leadership and how to develop it. That interest includes not only a passionate and critical view of the concept of authenticity but his past work also includes a better understanding of its unique outcomes (e.g., safety, error hiding and work engagement), antecedents (e.g., mindfulness training), and similarities and differences from related concepts (i.e., leader behavioral integrity, leader communication transparency). On the development side he is passionate about authenticity both in terms of developing leaders to use their unique or authentic self as a source of their leadership strength as well as the idea of real (i.e., actually moving the needle) leadership development.Dr. Hannes Leroy's ScholarshipGoogle ScholarA Quote "Academics have lamented that practitioners do not always adopt scientific evidence in practice, yet while academics preach evidence-based management (EBM), they do not always practice it." - Leroy et al. Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeArticle: Walking Our Evidence-Based Talk: The Case of Leadership Development in Business Schools by Leroy et al.Article: Advancing Leadership Education and Development: Integrating Adult Learning Theory by Allen, Rosch, and RiggioHannes' Ted Talk: I was never trained for this! Conference: New Directions in Leadership Research ConferenceGroup: The League of LeadershipAward: Evidence-Based Leadership Development Program AwardAbout The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals interested in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. My Approach to HostingThe views of my guests do not constitute "truth." Nor do they reflect my personal views in some instances. However, they are important views to be aware of. Nothing can replace your own research and exploration.Connect with Scott AllenWebsite
HALLELUJAH, VI ÄR TILLBAKA! 9 veckors längtan är över och vi tar tag i bitarna direkt med en efterlängtad gäst - Hannes "Stallion" Mellberg! Vi diskuterar allt från graffiti, smeknamn, bakgrund, gitarrspel - till influenser, projekt och obekväma frågor. Vi bombar honom med rekordmånga lyssnarfrågor, lyssnar på Hannes favvolåtar, artister & de egna banden! Ni hör även ett uppsnack kring Bluespodden Priset, Bluespodden Tipsar & Från Norr Till Söder! Övertaggat? Ja! Tack för att ni lyssnar, delar & Swishar
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Die Weihnachtszeit rückt näher. Eine Zeit voller Melancholie, gedrückter Stimmung und schlechtem Gewissen. So zumindest, wenn man sich die best Cases der Weihnachtsspots der letzten Jahre anschaut. Ob es dieses Jahr genauso aussieht, und welcher Spot die meisten Augen zum tränen bringt erfahrt ihr heute in unserer Episode. Viel Spaß!
Unsere Moderatorinnen Caro und Marie geraten im Märchenwald an eine Wegabzweigung, als der Riese Hannes auftaucht um ihnen eine Falle zu stellen. Sie müssen in einem Rätsel Inhaltsangaben zuordnen, dann wird Hannes ihnen den richtigen Weg zeigen. Sollten sie versagen, wird er sie fressen. Wie geht das wohl aus?
Monopolet: Investor Mia Wagner, komiker Nikolaj Stokholm og skuespiller Hadi Ka-koush. Vært: Sara Bro. Dilemmaliste: 1. Hannas kæreste Martin er blevet bidt af at lave gør-det-selv projekter i Hannas lejlighed, men Martin er stadig på begynderstadiet og Hanna er ret øm og perfektionistisk omkring sine ting. 2. Marie er chef og spørger Monopolet, om man som chef bør gå tidligt hjem fra julefrokosten på arbejdspladsen. 3. Mikkel elsker dansktop og har et brændende ønske om at dele passionen for genren med sin kæreste Anne, men Anne synes, at dansktop er frygteligt at lytte til. 4. Hanne har som 75-årig for første gang stiftet bekendtskab med dating, og er nu blevet kontaktet af Mogens, som samtidigt også dater Hannes veninde. 5. Emma bor i et meget lydt lejlighedskompleks, og har en nabo der er en meget engageret og højrøstet gamer. 6. Bjarne har for nyligt lagt flasken og stofferne på hylden og er i tvivl, om han bør fortælle sine forældre om sit tidligere misbrug, da han holdte det hemmeligt mens det stod på. 7. Stine har i flere år haft et hemmeligt forhold til sin kollega Søren, der hele tiden har haft en anden kæreste og nu skal være far. 8. Lauras mor har arbejdet med børn hele sit arbejdsliv, men Laura har svært ved at få sin mor til at passe sine to børn en sjælden gang imellem. 9. Adams kæreste Robin er afhængig af regneark og bruger flere timer hver aften på at lave beregninger på sin bærbare computer. 10. Karla og hendes veninder har en begrundet mistanke om, at deres veninde Ida ofte tilføjer lidt ekstra penge, for at tjene til sig selv, når Ida har lagt ud for vennegruppen.
Diskussion zwischen Linz und New York über andmetics und presono zur Frage "Was brauchen wir in Zukunft, um uns in diesen veränderten Bedingungen zu behaupten". Eine Folge, die wieder einmal anders ist, als das Gewohnte. -- Warum findet Hannes die Aufnahmezeit zu spät? Wie verändern sich Märkte? Warum sprechen wir heute nicht über die aktuellen news, sondern etwas anderes? Was bedeutet die Marktveränderung der letzten Jahre für andmetics und presono? Was macht andmetics und wer sind ihre Kunden? Was änderte Trump am studierten Standard Marketingansatz? Welche Folgen haben Strafzölle? Ist die Welt noch planbar? Wie sieht die Zukunft aus? Wann funktioniert eCommerce und warum nicht? Welche Folgen hatte die Corona Krise, die sich bis heute halten? Wie viele Messen braucht man und wie viele bringen etwas? Wie verändert sich der Friseurmarkt und warum? Wie wichtig ist die Betrachtung von veränderten Zielgruppen? Was bedeutet das für Unternehmen in jeder Größenordnung? Kommt es zukünftig mehr auf Konzepte im Marketing an? Was ist das Projekt Frieda? Wie wichtig ist selbstständige Arbeit im Team? Was braucht es jetzt, um am Markt erfolgreich zu bleiben? Welche Challenges hatte presono in den letzten zwei Jahren? Wie agiert man im veränderten Umfeld? Wann muss mein sein Produkt anpassen? Wie hinterfragt man seine Positionierung? Welche Folgen haben die Kombination vom Hinterfragen und Verändern? Warum ist es essentiell in Krisenzeiten die Chance zur Veränderung zu nutzen? Wie verändert sich das B2B Geschäft? Warum muss man darüber nachdenken, wie sich für die eigenen Kunden oder gar deren Kunden die Welt ändert? Wie ist presono mit der Krise umgegangen? Was geben wir euch für die Arbeit AM Unternehmen mit? Eine inhaltlich geprägte Folge über unsere Ansichten zu Marktveränderungen. Wir sind gespannt auf euer Feedback und eure Erfahrungen oder Learnings in dem Bereich.
Der Markt ist voll mit Produkten von Influenzern. Vom Eistee in der Rap-Industrie über die nachhaltigen Klamottenlabels diverser Youtube-Stars bishin zum nachhaltigen Schokoladenimperium. Was hat es mit Creator Brands auf sich? Wieso sind sie so erfolgreich und haben diese Produkte Zukunft auf dem Markt? Wir sprechen darüber. Außerdem. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2rccBSg0KWHa7ZNCc2v9pr?si=e276e4c0fec44355 Unser Soundtrack der Werbewelt. Wie klingt eigentlich Werbung? Leuchtend Laut vertont mit dieser Playlist die runtergerotzte, kokakin- und selbstverliebte Werbewelt. Songs aus Kampagnen die wir lieben, Songs die wir Werber fühlen, wenn wir nachts für eure Pitchpräse ackern, sowie Songs, die uns zu Ideen inspirieren.
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We love our DND, the Daily Nerd Devo podcast where every weekday Christian content creators share their Bible based encouragement in a language that reaches the nerds, geeks and gamers the some other devotion sites miss out on.Special thanks to all our contributors, Rocking Mister Magic, Infinity Bro Isaac, Kyle, Tamara, Christina, Dr. Zay, Hannes, Alexandria Maurica, Andrew, Joel, Micah, and to Ryan Felton, our Devo Manager.
688.þáttur. Mín skoðun. Heil og sæl. Í dag er nóg um að vera. Við Þórhallur Dan ræðum um körfuboltann í kvöld, Ísland-Georgia, enska boltann, FIFA og spillinguna þar og svo viðurkenningar á vegum KSÍ. Þar erum við með reglugerðina. Handboltinn í Þýskalandi og margt fleira. Þá er Hannes S.Jónsson formaður KKÍ á línunni en íslenska karlalandsliðið í körfubolta getur í kvöld nánast tryggt sig í úrslitakeppni HM og ég spyr Hannes um þjóðarhöllina. Njótið helgarinnar og takk fyrir að hlusta.
For new ideas and solutions to reach the market, startup founders need to find the right partners that are willing to listen to them and take their ideas one step further. Established in 2015, the Health Innovation Hub & Holding provides years of expert knowledge in innovation pathways, paving the way for better healthcare and a sustainable healthcare industry. The European organization better known under the name of Innovation in health has many programs in its portfolio. In this episode Hannes Toivanen, Lead, Global Digital Ecosystem Engagement at Takeda and Jesus Jeronimo Director of New Digital Services & Products at Sanitas + BUPA ELA. Jesus and Hannes talked about how pharma, insurance companies and healthcare providers work with startups, what makes a successful partnership, and why their organizations took part in the Innovation in health programs Start-ups Meet Pharma (Takeda) and start-ups Meet Healthcare Providers (Sanitas + BUPA ELA). More about Innovation in health: https://innovationinhealth.eu/ MONTHLY Newsletter which recaps episodes in the past month: https://fodh.substack.com/ www.facesofdigitalhealth.com **** This episode is supported by EIT Health Germany-Switzerland, which is one of eight Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) currently funded by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). EiT Health Germany connects 150 renowned partners from industry, research and education from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The unique network helps initiate outstanding innovations in the health sector. If you're a startup working in the field of digital health or biotech and don't know EiT Health Germany yet, I would encourage you to visit eit-health.de, where you will find more about innovation, acceleration, and education programs.
Das Problem ist immer, dass sich so ein Podcast bei uns immer ganz spontan aufbaut. Das es schnell eskalieren kann, ist euch hoffentlich bekannt. Aber das Hannes sich schon in jungen Jahren nicht benehmen konnte, war uns nicht bewusst!
Zum ersten Mal hat der Ironman Hawaii im Oktober an zwei Renntagen stattgefunden. Gegen das neue Format gab es viele Vorbehalte. Haben sich diese bestätigt? Die langjährigen Hawaii-Experten Hannes Blaschke vom Reiseveranstalter Hannes Hawaii Tours und triathlon-Publisher Frank Wechsel ziehen ein Fazit – und blicken in die Zukunft.
In episode 64, Travis, Matt, and Hannes attempt to break down the most recent match, the thrilling last minute cramp-inducing victory over our Swabian rivals! Or are they?! In Part One, Travis and Matt discuss the win over FC Augsburg and touch on the impressive home supporters, VfB setting (unfortunate) league records, the play of Dan-Axel versus Luca, VAR's ruling on the Sosa non-handball, the backheel pass of super-sub Tiago, and finally Waldy Anton quite literally giving every inch of his being to the club. In Part Two, we revisit the derby question as we recruit Hannes for another segment of "Help from Hannes" as he tries to explain just that, was this match a derby? He goes on to discuss the difference between derbies and rivalries and why it's just oh so hard to root against clubs like Freiburg ... even though we'll do our best to try! In Part Three, Headlines and Questions are pondered, and since it's been a (thankfully) quiet week, Matt and Travis focus on listener questions regarding the current state of the coaching staff and some potentially key players and for the first time ever (politely) disagree with a listener! The disagreements don't stop there as Travis disagrees with Matt regarding Wimmer, Matt disagrees with a listener regarding Luca, and Luca and Dan-Axel probably disagree with two untalented fools like Travis and Matt talking about them in any form or fashion. In Part Four, the upcoming matches versus 'Gladbach and Hertha are previewed, with Matt and Travis trying to figure out what is stronger - a foal or a crocodile - before shrugging their shoulders and agreeing with Hannes ... because who really knows?! All that plus the bad editing and poor sound quality you've all come to love! Intro - 0'-2:49 Part 1 - 2:59-29:49 Part 2 - 29:59-1:00:07 Part 3 - 1:00:17-1:25:12 Part 4 - 1:25:22-end
Die Red Bull Rampage leitet bei uns für gewöhnlich die Zeit der Herbsturlaube ein. Dieses Mal hat sich Moritz aus dem Staub gemacht und so besprechen Hannes und Marcus in einer unglaublich kurzen Episode das vergangene Event der berühmtesten Mountainbike-Freeride-Serie und den vor kurzem auf MTB-News.de erschienenen Hardtail-Vergleichstest.
Die Rinder und Kälber des Salzburger Bio-Bauern und Metzgers Hannes Hönegger haben am Lungauer Tromörthof auf 1.260 Seemeter ein gutes Leben, bevor sie auf der hauseigenen Schlachtbank landen. Das Fleisch wird sowohl an die Spitzengastronomie als auch private Fleischfreund:innen verkauft. Für Hannes Hönegger sind Tierwohl und nachhaltige Landwirtschaft mehr als populäre Schlagworte. Das hat er auch in seinem ersten Buch "Das goldene Kalb" dargelegt. Über eine zukunftsfähige, natürliche Landwirtschaft, die Veränderungen und Auswirkungen des Fleischkonsums und die sehr persönliche Beziehung zu seinen Tieren sprechen wir im aktuellen "Küchengespräch". Fotos dazu gibt's unter www.kuechenfreudin.at/kuechengespraeche --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kuechenfreundin-isi/message
In this episode, Mikasa feels the need to be there to protect Eren. But what will she do when Eren isn't around to protect? Hannes the motivational speaker! What are the field rations made of? Commander Erwin leads the charge to rescue Eren and Ymir! Eren wakes up in a mysterious location. RIP Bill "I DON'T WANT MUCH. JUST TO BE NEAR HIM." Check out our Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/attackthetalk?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=5b84c041-2b7b-48e6-b7c8-4363b8c44028 Edited by NatePlaysBad Go support: Watch https://twitch.tv/nateplaysbad on Twitch!
Hannes Þór er eitt mesta toppeintak sem finnst á þessari ágætu eyju okkar. Hann er hæfileikaríkur kvikmyndagerðarmaður og flestir þekkja hann líka sem einn öflugasta markmann íslenskrar fótboltasögu. Hann einfaldlega varði skot frá Messi, say no more. Hugarfarið hans er einstakt og sjónarhornið sem hann hefur á lífið er áhrifaríkt og fallegt. Þessi þáttur er gullmoli sem þú mátt ekki láta framhjá þér fara.
Who is Mike?Mike attained his DMS PGDip at London Metropolitan. He represented the university at the 4th International Conference on Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Management in Germany where he received an award for his workshop entitled ‘How to alleviate stress: the importance for organisations to implement a more holistic view of the employee to alleviate stress' (presented in collaboration with Robert M Gordon, American Psychological Association, USA and Paolo Scapellato, European University of Rome, Italy). Whilst there he also collected a number of coaching awards; one of which, as a Football Association referee. He has worked with businesses such as Computer Sense, the Public Carriage Office, Transport for London, Specialist Make-up Services Limited, the Nouveau Beauty Group, Dixons Store Group and Priority Data, as well as practices in Harley Street. He has coached thousands of employees, boosting their motivation, emotional resilience and mental health, and instilling the foundations of good stress management. Described by his clients as a hugely transformative, well-respected practitioner, Mike continued to impact the field of customer service, instilling direction and leadership in large teams. Mike's passion is to help others become the best version of themselves on every level. The results his clients enjoy are consistently outstanding, and they also have a beneficial effect on an individual's colleagues, their environment and family, and the community that surrounds them.Key Takeaways1. We don't seem to be doing & saying much about how people need to look after themselves in these challenging times.2. We're not talking about that ability to communicate, we're not taught nearly enough how to listen to each other. And unfortunately, when we've learned it, we have ingrained behaviours, which we have to undo in order to be able to learn it properly.Valuable Free Resource or ActionA mental health resource : https://www.mikelawrence.co.uk/rediscover-your-confidence-the-antidote-to-good-mental-health/A video version of this podcast is available on YouTube : _________________________________________________________________________________________________Subscribe to our newsletter and get details of when we are doing these interviews live at https://TCA.fyi/newsletterFind out more about being a guest at : link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/beaguestSubscribe to the podcast at https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/podcastHelp us get this podcast in front of as many people as possible. 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Click on https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/DiscoveryCall tell me about your business and what you'd like to work on together, and I'll get you all the details.————————————————————————————————————————————-TranscriptNote, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast)SUMMARY KEYWORDSpeople, work, programme, listen, mike, organisations, mental health, sheffield, emails, question, called, lots, activates, learn, notifications, clients, problems, johann hari, brain, helpedSPEAKERSMike Lawrence, Stuart WebbStuart Webb 00:25Hi and welcome back to it's not rocket science five questions over coffee. I am delighted and I have I have got my coffee here with me today. So it's here ready to go. I'm delighted today to be joined by Mike Lorenz Mike is a really interesting, transformational coach. He started his his career in leisure and hospitality and I'm sure he might get into that, where he was a Butlins Butler. It's red coat, helping holidaymakers through positive engagement and mindfulness. He's now a mentoring and coach for a number of large organisations, he reduces absenteeism. He improves employee morale, and he approves company internal culture. And Mike is in great demand in the corporate world. And he has got some clients who have described him as truly transformational. So I think we're gonna have a really fascinating discussion today. Welcome to the podcast, Mike.Mike Lawrence 01:30Yeah, could skim the day's view, it's great to be here last has been a whileStuart Webb 01:36it has been a take, it's taken us a while to get this set up. And thanks for taking the time to do this. Because I'm really looking forward to the conversation. Mike, can you just start by giving us a sort of an insight into the sort of person that you help the sort of the sort of internal and external behaviours, etc, that you might be seeing in your clients that they're that they wish to change and, and bring about a better well being attitude?Mike Lawrence 02:00Yes, I'd be happy to do so Stuart. Obviously, it's changed because I think prior to sort of COVID, and the lockdown, a lot of the clients, the people that we're seeing on a private basis in my clinic in Sheffield, tended to be women, the thought is like business owners, because you tend to find that the women only speak and how they wellbeing regime. And so they're more looking after their actual well being their mental health, that has changed somewhat. And now this is sort of balanced out. And in a lot of men, which is which is good, we're now starting to come forward and have that conversation talk about the challenges or problems that they face with their sort of well being. And so prior to Tina to COVID, lockdown, it was, you know, the general sort of strange depression sorts of anxiety. Also burnout I sustained on the increase, whereas now it seems to be around financial well being that lack of certainty about the future with the rising cost of living, and so it will try them out. Or we can navigate through these sorts of challenges. Because, you know, in the media and the government's we're talking about a lot of the problems which are going on. And yes, occasionally we have a mental health awareness, but really, we don't seem to be doing saying much about how people need to look after themselves in these challenging times.Stuart Webb 03:33So what are the behaviours, the things that you've seen people with those thoughts try to do to help themselves before you get involved with your, with your, your, your services,Mike Lawrence 03:49the, you know, you've got the negative behaviours, and the positive behaviours and negative behaviours, and some people might think that positive is the coping strategies. So hybrid work and brought in people eating more from element and generally speaking, eating in eating into access as a way of trying to cope because working from home the hybrid working in too far away from your kitchen, and so is this readily available, people are drinking more as well at home because again, it was it was readily available, also working more one way of filling that gap in terms of the challenge of problems that we're facing and felt as though that we needed to, you know, to sort of, you know, work or to fill in those gaps. And so, if I'm in that, working with people who are suffering with burnout or lots of in lots of situations, they're not looking after themselves and and typically the thought of things which I'm here and a lot of the time the things such as, you know, I'm feeling overworked and stressed a lot If I'm feeling depressed, I can't get to see my doctor. Or if, if I do get through to see a doctor, I just feel as though that them not listening, because I've just got a short. I'm just got a short when you call it time with the doctor. And in most of the cases, the prescribing medication, which obviously the right thing to do, but what they're wanting to see is to see somebody that was going to help them with CBT, or counselling, depending on where you live. And in the end, where you are in the control did turn depend upon what term level of support that you might get.Stuart Webb 05:41So, Mike, you've described some really interesting things there. Those are all things which, which I guess, you you provide, D provide them on site in your clinic, do you go to workplaces? How do you how do you offer that services?Mike Lawrence 05:56Yeah, well, was to follow benek in Sheffield, also, people see me remotely as long, which is one of the advantages and benefits, I suppose as the remote working. And so I'm able to offer a range of support services to people throughout the UK, and also our clients, you know, throughout the world as well. And then also get involved with organisations who provide Employee Assistance programmes and, and some people who might be fortunate if you're working for a large organisation, you might be able to get support through EAP, what I find is that lots of people who have got these schemes in the workplace which are free, they're not using them. So if anybody is watching this programme you have got in you're in a company that provides an EAP is really important that you do, you know, do so that said, I go into companies and tend to be smaller organisations, and where they haven't gotten an employee assistance programme. And now we'll come in there. And I will deliver talks and one to ones with members of staff, who may not feel confident speaking to some of their mental health problems to the to somebody within HR. And in some cases, you've got people have been trained as Mental Health First Aiders and a mental Mental Health First Aid instructor. And so I deliver that training on site and also in the workplace. But time and time again, you find that people are Mental Health First Aid trains, again, people within those organisations, there might be some stigma associated to going into the Mental Health First Aid or to talk about, you know, there's some of the problems that they actually face. So I offer a range of workshops, and they range from menopause, which has been on the increase, which had been asked for quite a lot. Mental Health Awareness, stress, depression, anxiety, nutrition and financial well being. Because now that organisations recognise that there have got a duty of care. And as part of that corporate social responsibility, they are doing more and need to be seen to do more for the employers.Stuart Webb 08:10Great. Yeah, thank you, Mike. Mike, I understand you've got a pretty valuable free resource that people even if they're not part of a large organisation, or a small business, even if they work on their own, that they can take in order to be able to do something. And I've just put the link to that scrolling along the bottom the screen now that that your website and the link is rediscover your confidence, the antidote to good mental health? Do you just want to describe to us what that that resource brings to the table?Mike Lawrence 08:41Yes, I can. It's a resource which is available to, you know, to everybody. It's a training programme, which I created and developed online about a year ago. And this is after some research that I did with clients. And also, what some, you know, as you know, a magic one question on LinkedIn, midway through through the pandemic, when I asked, you know, if I could offer you something, if I help you with something in particular, which would move you forward in terms in mental health and well being, what would it be. And so based upon the feedback from existing clients, previous clients, and also friends and family in the poll around on LinkedIn, I created this support programme for people around the UK and also around the world, who are able to step onto this series of webinars and workshops, which are deliver via video and also on a one to one workshop basis, where we'll be tackling and dealing with some of their challenges which they might have faced a long time ago, in terms of their health and well being because a lot of times, the things in which we faced our the problems that we have Sometimes it might be through the loss of somebody, or it could be something that we saw. No, in our in our early years in our childhood. And subconsciously, we've repressed those memories and thoughts. And this then impacts us in later life. I help people who come on to the course to identify or them to identify some of the root causes of their problems, and give them sorts of coping strategies help and support. So they're able to hopefully glean a better quality of life.Stuart Webb 10:36Great, great, great use of LinkedIn. Get that get that feedback on what people actually need from from you? What a great use. Mike, I guess there must be a number of books or courses or programmes that you've taken part in yourself, which have really inspired you that you have you seen as a way to build up your own education is, is there something like that, that you'd like to share with the audience today, in order to give them a flavour of things that you've been learning or things that you've, you've discovered that you'd like to sort of bring into the bring to the audience?Mike Lawrence 11:09Yes, there's, there's a couple that come to mind. And it's always books, I'm always reading books, always learning. A lot of the there's a book sorcerer series by a gentleman called David and Eagleman is also been featured on BBC, you can see he's got some on YouTube, there's some videos that he's gotten also lots of, I think, some BBC iPlayer, as well. And he talks about the brain, and goes very deep into the brain and gets thinking about, you know, what's in there, and how and how it works, the mechanics of it all. And there's lots of aha moments, staying with the brain. Many people may have heard of Darren Brown. And there's some great two podcasts that I've listened to recently one's called boot camp up the mind, which is excellence, and boot camp of your life, which is really good as well. And again, he delves into the brain talks about some of the blind spots that we have, and, and how we think and how certain things that can influence our sorts of beliefs as well. And the final one I'll share with you is one called Lost. What's it called? Is it lost focus? I think it might have things called loss, I think it might be lost, lost focus. And it's written by a gentleman call yo Hannes, Johann Hari, h a r i. And this is for me, it's dynamite. Because when you read this, when you read this book, or I listen, or I did, I listened to it on an audible when I'm going walking. I guess you're thinking about how we use our time and where that time got bears word, where does time go? Because we say all the time. You know, if you love what you do, and I love what I enjoy doing throughout the day, and your end of the day, it's like, wow, you know, where's that time gone. But we can use that time more effectively. And when you break it down, and the amount of time is actually lost? Or as he would say, taken away? Then you calculate that time says, Well, what would I have done with that time? If I control it, you know, a lot better. And typically, you know, everyone's got a mobile phone. And the amount of times and there's lots of studies and research and he talks about this, well, the amount of time and switch is lost on looking at those notifications that keep coming up on a day to day basis. And also emails and you know, you are still at you're nodding your heads, and, and emails, and we're doing this podcast called like, remotely, and I've got notifications switched up, I've got emails, you know, I've got everything's switched off. In actual fact, I've had them switched off for about four years. And the amount of time the amount of control that I have now it is just, it's incredible. And you know, a lot of times when people ask me, you know, I'm being interviewed, and you might ask me, anyone in the future and says, you know, what tip would you give people, you know, in terms of the well being, turn the notifications offStuart Webb 14:28of that mic? And yes, you're right. I'm nodding because I too am a I do not have notifications on my phone, I guess. And you know, there are reasons for it. And, you know, we're going into what you said about Johann Hari, and I believe he was the guy that invented this thing called the Johari Window, which I've heard a lot about, which is, you don't know things about yourself. You've got to look at yourself in a different way in order to see it. But I'm very aware of the fact that notifications are one of those things which activates some very deep, old thinking in our brain I want to call them lizard brain, which is, you know, the crack of a stick in the in the woods used to be assigned for us to sort of get ready to run away nowadays, it's a being on a phone and activates all that same that same system in our body so that our our adrenaline is hyped up and we sort of get, get ready to either run away or fight. And what you don't need when you sitting watching the television and trying to relax on the day and decompress is things from your phone or when you're focused at work, you don't want to bring from your phone or thing popping up in the corner of your screen. So I'm like you, I now have a system where I, I, I have my email set as a calendar invite for myself, and I go and view my emails three times a day. And that's the only time I read email because otherwise, I'm focused on work. And when I want to actually sort of go on to social media, I use a technique you've probably heard of it called the Pomodoro Technique, my work for focus time, and then I give myself permission for a five minute break. And if I want to check Twitter, that's the time I check it. Or if I want to check LinkedIn, that's the time I check it. And I really don't do anything other than that. So I don't have notifications like you. And it has freed up hours of my week, it really has.Mike Lawrence 16:15It works a treat, because you probably well aware that in those those studies, that it highlights that when you if you've got the emails aren't if you're working away, and because you know, we talked about multitasking, and we all say that we are great multitaskers. And it breaks that myth by saying no, the brain doesn't work that way, you can only do one thing at a time. And those people who think they're great multitaskers, they take longer to do those particular tasks. And also, when you've got the if you're writing a document or a report, and that email pings up and it breaks your conscious because it activates that part and your brain was like, Ah, screw it, I need to go to that. So you start to write to that, then you then takes about 20 minutes, then to go back to that document to that that part of your mind, who was accessing to get all those nuggets information for you and your flow. You know, write that piece of work, it takes you 20 minutes to get back to that place again. Just JustStuart Webb 17:18brilliant love it might love it. We could talk about those techniques for about another two and a half hours, but I won't. Because you need to get on to something else, and you need to focus on your work. So let's just get to the final question. Mike, there is probably a question that you're thinking at the moment I wish he had asked me whatever that question is. So Mike, would you please tell us what is the question you would like me to ask you? And then once you've asked the question effectively answer it for us so that you don't leave us hanging with the with it with an interesting question. But no, no real fulfilment of the answerMike Lawrence 17:53is probably you probably mentioned it in the intro about being a red carpet.Stuart Webb 18:00You tell us what did you learn being somebody who helped holidaymakers through their what they hope would be a stress free time? How did you help them?Mike Lawrence 18:13I think it was to, they helped, I helped them in enjoy and have a good time, and have fun. And when you look all those years ago, at a very young age, the ability to be able to work and enjoy what you do and have fun and also and also impact positively and in people's lives in their own sort of health and well being and that was from the young generation all the way through, you know, to the you know, to the older generation, so all those generations and, and it helped me with my my confidence because prior to going there, I was probably an introvert and WhatsApp in an old steel town of Sheffield's and going to college and what have you around that when and just going and being flung into this space of over 5000 people who and who were there and spent a lot of money in those days and they're with their family expecting to entertain and expecting to be taken care of, you know, by these people, you know, these girls and boys in these red coats, and so something that it's live up so and, and the wonderful thing about it is that initially when I came out of working there I worked into I went into working in London in the legend creation industry when for whatever reason, I don't know what I wanted to be a manager in charge of people. And I found it very difficult in the first few years to adapt. Because I'd gone from somewhere where I was enjoying myself, I was having fun. And lots of people were, it was all positive engagement. There was no talk of mental health or wellbeing back then, because everyone was just having a good time, then we're going into the civil service, in local authority in London, it was totally different. And it took me a few years to actually adopt. And also, Stuart's, as I, as I tried to move through my career in management at it, I actually had to take off the fact that as a red coat on my, on my CV, it was fine in that was getting overlooked. And people felt as though that I wasn't saying management, managerial material, and that I didn't take the role seriously. And so I actually took that part out of it and just said that I worked in the leisure industry on the south coast, and left it at that wasn't until many years later that I set up my own consultancy company. And I was being interviewed on radio Sheffield, by a by a link be interviewed on radio Sheffield. And like yourself, he asked me the question, but he asked it in a different way. He actually said to me, what transferable skills did you did you learn as a red coat that you use in your business today. And that was like, ah, and there's lots because yes, I've got a lot you know, qualifications and Mental Health First Aid instructor and gone on lots of courses since then managerial courses and things around and complementary alternative therapies. But those skills that I learned back, then, you're able to communicate to people to talk to people understand people have conversations with people, you know, not on text or email, but communicate, and listen, because that and then to interact with people, and understand how they talk and how they feel and pick up on those things, you don't realise that you what you learn there, which then takes took me all the way through there. And, and it's one of the key attributes that I possess, when I'm working, you know, with, you know, with people now, it is one of the key things, because I was just gonna go on to say And finish in the, in my, you know, in some of the studies that I've done recently, I was surprised in one way that, you know, when we go to school, in the teachers house, it's taught how to read and write. But the amount of time in which actually is is put aside and how to listen, is very little.Stuart Webb 23:05Mike, that's a really interesting thing, too, that I started I interrupted you. I mean, it's interesting that you had to take away an element of your first part of your learning in your career, I similarly had to remove my, my, my, my scientific background, when I first started out as a manager, because people would often ask what somebody like you wanting to do a job like this. So you just take it away, don't you but, but I think that final point about learning to listen was probably the most the most interesting one that I think you you've hit upon, if we could just learn to listen to at a young age, you know, you're right. At school, we are not taught what we need when we get out into the real world, or we were not taught about that teamwork. We're not talking about that ability to communicate, we were largely sort of sat in silence listening to somebody who who feeds facts, we're not taught nearly enough how to listen to each other and, and something we learn far too late in life. And unfortunately, when we've learned it, we have ingrained behaviours, which we have to undo in order to be able to learn it properly.Mike Lawrence 24:13Absolutely, because the you know, we've all got our friend we want to be, you know, the social media is all about, look at me Look at me, like like like, and, and, and in reality, if some, in a lot of cases projects, a false image of actually who we are. But being a but in terms of a mental health and well being. Because, you know, a lot of the times when I meet people or see people, and you might say the same as well, and the first thing that we're saving, you know, English and British, we talk you know as to how are you? I'm fine and well, I'm okay. But oh We biggest a lot of times we we not? And we hope that, you know, we hope that people will respond, I'm fine. I'm okay. And well, you know, am I right? Because we were to say, actually, I'm feeling not very well. That's not what you wanted to hear.Stuart Webb 25:23We must stop, we could talk for hours, I will just say that I think there is some hope. My son who is 21 has a friend who has been to through some difficult medical problems just recently. And when he first reached out this, this young lad to my son, about a year or so ago, I said, Look, I've got a medical problem that I just I just haven't talked to many people. He's now got through that there's been surgery and things which which have helped him to get through this. He's not out of the woods, but he's, he's better. He sent a text to my son last night. And the text basically said, mate, thanks for being there. And just listening when I needed somebody to talk to. And I was just blown away that to 21 year old people, to 21 year old young men were able to actually do that gave hope for the fact that there is going to be a better view upon mental health in the future, because he really did reach out. My son was prepared to stand by and listened and helped him through and just, you know, went through it with him, you know, no matter how difficult it will seem. They just exchanged a series of sort of little text messages saying thank you. There's hope. Yeah, really, there is.Mike Lawrence 26:40And there is and we can't give up. And that's the you know, a great message. That there's always hope and we need to continue to believe that there is hope. And continue to strive to get that support from like minded people are going to listen and and be MBA and hold us accountable on on that journey, wherever we are.Stuart Webb 27:04Mike, let's, let's end on that. That's a brilliant, a brilliant endpoint. Listen, if people are watching, recording, listening to the recording, and the playback, if you want to be available to listen to really interesting conversations and pop in with questions and comments, with with interesting people like Mike go to this this list, which is HTTPS, colon forward slash forward slash TCA dot FYI, forward slash subscribe, that gets you onto our newsletter list. We will send you notifications before the broadcast, so that you can watch and listen and learn together with with really interesting people like Mike. Mike, I want to thank you so much for being here this morning and spending a few minutes with us. I know you're a busy person, and I know you've got a lot of things you've got to get on with. But thank you very much for your time.Mike Lawrence 27:58Thank you, Stuart. Appreciate it.Stuart Webb 28:00No problem. Thank you Get full access to It's Not Rocket Science! at thecompleteapproach.substack.com/subscribe
In episode 62, Matt and Travis are so giddy with excitement they forget it's actually episode 62, instead repeatedly calling it number 63, as they cover all the big - and small news - of the past week! In Part One, Matt and Travis talk their favorite #27's, the surprising benching of Hiroki, the fantastic play of Enzo, and whether stand-in manager #WinWithWimmer actually changed ... anything? Part One ends with a break-down of the ugliest match of the season ... that just so happened to be the most beautiful result of the season, as Luca's whiff, Bochum's game plan, Silas' return, and Sven's goal of "1st" place are all covered. In Part Two, Hannes joins the program once again to help provide some info on how non-German speaking - or reading - American's can get some detailed info on one of the most drama-filled clubs in all of Europe, our beloved VfB. Thanks to Hannes, we get some perspective on resources both in Germany and in Stuttgart, that are available to those of us across the pond before wrapping up by throwing a shout out to the one-time biggest VfB podcasts in all of the VfB universe, VfB STR with Riky and Sebastian. And then embarrassingly try to bask in their glory. In Part Three, Matt returns from his break to help deal with Headlines and Questions. Headlines include picking between Alfred, Jess, or ... Wimmer (?!) as the new manager while questions include whether the Bochum win is a turning point, if Silas is back, and what the Pokal lineup should look like. Part Four wraps up episode 62 with predictions on the Pokal match versus a struggling Bielefeld and then the weekend match at Dortmund. Surprisingly, both Matt and Travis end on an incredibly uncomfortably positive note, which should cause fear in the hearts of all true VfB supporters. Speaking of fear, give it a listen! Intro - 0:00-4:10 Part One - 4:17-22:10 Part Two - 22:20-50:45 Part Three - 50:55-1:12:15 Part Four - 1:12:25-end
Today we are talking to a highly experienced European private chef who was one of the lucky ones to win a green card through the green card lottery and move over to New York. His story is inspiring having worked his way up from the literal bottom of the kitchen ladder up through the ranks in Michelin kitchens before transitioning over to the private sector when in New York. He has now been working for the last 10 years as a private chef and shares his views on how the role of a chef changes when you make that transition. Thanks also to our sponsor Kelly Dixon at Estate Management Systems with a NEW product available. HOW TO MANAGE A MANSION training course is now available split into 11 separate $250 modules enabling you to pick and choose the modules that are most relevant to your role. Use code LIFE25 to receive a 25% discount.
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In this episode, we cover the recent match, say goodbye to a fellow American, look to the future, and invite a new guest who gives us a ray of hope in these otherwise bleak times ... even if he didn't know he was actually that hopeful! In Part One, Matt and Travis break down the home loss to FCU and rue bad officiating, bad play, bad finishing, bad historical records, and just downright bad luck. In Part Two, a loooooooooooooong and somber good bye to 1015 day manager Pellegrino Matarazzo dominates the airwaves as Matt and Travis react to the timing, the emotions, and the apparent "inevitability" of the dismissal of the only manager this podcast as ever known. In the end, after a walk down memory lane of some of their favorite Rino memories, from the opening win versus Heidenheim to the final curtain call of Mata facing the Curve, both fellas ponder what they'd like to see in a new club boss and shockingly nominate themselves to take over! In Part Three, predictions are made even though no one knows who is in charge of the team, and both are hopeful that the boys can turn things around starting at home against both DSC and Bochum and old friend Philipp Förster. In Part Four, special guest Hannes, who was quite literally born into the VfB, joins the podcast for the first time ever, giving some insight into why so many of us are so attached to Rino and Sven despite some results that have kept the club winless to start the season. Despite the losses, though, Hannes provides some much needed positivity to keep the brustring faithful looking forward to some positive results come matchday! Introduction - 0:00-2:21 Part One - 2:31-20:06 Part Two - 20:16-58:02 Part Three - 58:12-1:09:37 Part Four - 1:09:47-end
Happy October beautiful light workers and soul family!! Wow, can you believe it! The year only has a couple months left... and what a WILD ride 2022 has been! Which is perfect to lead into this episode, because this episode is deep, woo, awakening, magical, wild, and so much more! Today I sat down with a woman, a starseed, a friend and who's become part of my soul family very quickly, Rozy Glow, and this woman GLOWS!! Rozy is a true light worker, divine human and not afraid to be anything but her and I LOVE IT!! Rozy and I get into her awakening and her young journey, how birthing her daughter further awakened her years later and all she's learned and experienced at a soul level over many years and why she now shares and empowers others in their gifts and their truth! Rozy and I dive into the collective and what's changing and shifting, what's to come and how the LIGHT, God, the Universe has already Won. We recorded this back during Lion's gate so there's a very powerful energy to it!! Also, an incredible LIGHT LANGUAGE so stick around to the end. Best advice with this episode, leave your structured mind behind and let your heart and soul guide you!! Follow & connect with Rozy at: https://www.rozyglow.com https://www.instagram.com/RozyGlow https://www.facebook.com/RozyGlow ** And PLEASE JOIN ALI & Follow on all platforms: ** We love to connect with our community further
Es geht um Augenbrauenlifting aka Schönheits-OPs, Fanny & Hannes wilde Motorrad-Tour & Julias aktuellen Zustand. Die "Gilmore Girls"-Sucht wird am Kragen gepackt und es gibt exklusiv in dieser Folge: "Die sehr kleinen 5: Beschäftigungen im Herbst für Erwachsene". Ey und kleiner Teaser vorneweg: Fanny und Hannes haben auf ihrer Motorradtour Helme, mit denen sie auf der Fahrt sprechen können. Fancy shit.
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