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Defenders of Business Value
How Wineries Create Value, with Genevieve Rodgers, PEMDAS Winery Solutions

Defenders of Business Value

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 65:01


Award-winning winemaker, consultant, engineer, and professed math geek Genevieve Rodgers of PEMDAS Winery Solutions joined host Ed Mysogland on this episode of How To Sell a Business Podcast. Genevieve gave an overview of the major roles in a winery business, the key elements that impact the winery's success (it's not just about the wine), how wineries get financing, what questions buyers should be asking, how the winery creates value, risk management, and much more. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced and broadcast by the North Fulton Studio of Business RadioX® in Atlanta. PEMDAS Winery Solutions PEMDAS Solutions offers winery consulting solutions to meet clients needs. Services include: winery business development, design, winemaking consulting, financial forecasting, winery business education and project management. With over twenty years of experience in the wine industry, PEMDAS Solutions has the knowledge and experience that helps clients create and grow successful businesses in the wine and spirits industry. PEMDAS has worked with wineries, vineyards, cideries and spirits producers from startups to existing businesses. Their clients are small (less than 1,000 cases) to mid-size (500,000 cases) and span the globe. If you are looking for someone who has experience working in all aspects of this exciting industry, PEMDAS Solutions can help. Company website | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Genevieve Rodgers, Owner, PEMDAS Winery Solutions Genevieve Rodgers, owner of PEMDAS Winery Solutions, a winery and business consulting company in the US, has over twenty years of experience in winemaking and start-up winery business consulting. Genevieve brought her engineering and business management background to Sonoma, California in 1997 to help start her family's winery. She went on to manage the estate vineyard, produce award winning wine and start her own winery before adding winery business consulting to her repertoire. Genevieve has experience in all aspects of the wine business from vineyard design to sales and marketing and is an award winning winemaker with experience making wines from over a dozen grape varieties. She is fortunate to help people all over the world realize their winery business dreams. Genevieve holds a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Davis, a Masters in Business Administration from Chapman University, California, USA and an advanced, Level 3, Certification in Wine from the Wine & Spirits Education Trust. LinkedIn Ed Mysogland, Host of How To Sell a Business Podcast The How To Sell a Business Podcast combines 30 years of exit planning, valuation, and exit execution working with business owners. Ed Mysogland has a mission and vision to help business owners understand the value of their business and what makes it salable. Most of the small business owner's net worth is locked in the company; to unlock it, a business owner has to sell it. Unfortunately, the odds are against business owners that they won't be able to sell their companies because they don't know what creates a saleable asset. Ed interviews battle-tested experts who help business owners prepare, build, preserve, and one-day transfer value with the sale of the business for maximum value. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.  The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a full archive can be found here. Ed is the Managing Partner of Indiana Business Advisors. He guides the development of the organization, its knowledge strategy, and the IBA initiative, which is to continue to be Indiana's premier business brokerage by bringing investment-banker-caliber of transactional advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Over the last 29 years, Ed has been appraising and providing pre-sale consulting services for small and medium-size privately-held businesses as part of the brokerage process. He has worked with entrepreneurs of every pedigree and offers a unique insight into consulting with them toward a successful outcome. Connect with Ed: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook  

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A menudo nos perdemos lo que Dios quiere hacer por nosotros, sólo porque Él no hace las cosas como nosotros creemos que debería hacerlas. Por ejemplo, nos ponemos a pensar en la manera en que va a sanarnos. Pensamos que enviará a algún predicador famoso a imponer sus manos sobre nosotros o que el Señor nos derribará con una descarga de Su poder. Pero cuando no lo hace así, nuestra fe decae y arruinamos lo que Él había planeado hacer. Eso fue lo que hizo Naamán. Él fue a Eliseo con la esperanza de ser sano de una manera en particular. Cuando no sucedió así, la Biblia nos dice que él se fue furioso. Lo que Eliseo le mandó que hiciera era fácil. Él tenía que sumergirse siete veces en el río Jordán. Naamán pudo haberlo hecho, pero ésa no fue la forma en que él pensó que sería sano. Este hombre creyó que Eliseo lo sanaría con sólo pasar sus manos sobre él, e invocar el Nombre del Señor. Naamán salió precipitadamente. Pero de no haber sido por uno de sus siervos que lo convenció de obedecer lo que Eliseo le había dicho, él hubiera perdido su sanidad. Yo era así. Deseaba tanto ver cosas espectaculares de parte de Dios que estaba perdiéndome las que Él tenía planeadas para mí. Cuando lo entendí, dejé de buscar cosas grandes y espectaculares, y sólo me limité a esperar que Dios cumpliera Su Palabra. Recuerdo una noche en la que fui a una campaña con el tobillo muy lastimado. El dolor era tan intenso que recorría desde mi pie hasta llegar a mis hombros. Pero fui con la esperanza de que Dios me sanara. Durante la alabanza ignoré ese dolor; cantaba y a alababa con los demás. Cuando empezó la predicación, tomé mi Biblia y me sumergí en la Palabra. Y como era de esperar, en algún momento del servicio recibí mi sanidad. No sé a qué hora sucedió. No sentí nada especial, ni vi destellos de luz alguna. Ni siquiera me di cuenta de que había sido sano, sino hasta después del servicio. Iba llegando a la puerta cuando pensé: ¡Gloria a Dios! Mi pie está bien. No dejes que tus propias ideas, acerca de cómo obrará el Señor, te quiten tu sanidad, tu liberación o tu prosperidad. Sólo confía en Dios y deja que Él haga las cosas como Él sabe hacerlas. Él actuará poderosamente en ti. Lectura bíblica: 2 Reyes 5:1-14   © 1997 – 2019 Eagle Mountain International Church Inc., también conocida como Ministerios Kenneth Copeland / Kenneth Copeland Ministries. Todos los derechos reservados.

Defenders of Business Value
Tax Issues to be Aware of When Selling Your Business, with Roman Basi, The Center for Financial, Legal, and Tax Planning, Inc.

Defenders of Business Value

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 45:40


Noted business attorney and CPA Roman Basi joined host Ed Mysogland on this edition of the How to Sell a Business Podcast to discuss tax considerations when selling your business. Roman discussed some myths involving taxation in a business sale, when to use a 338(h)(10) election, which recategorizes a stock purchase as an asset purchase, tax-free reorganizations and the circumstances in which they're used in the sale of the business, and much more. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced and broadcast by the North Fulton Studio of Business RadioX® in Atlanta. The Center for Financial, Legal, and Tax Planning, Inc The Center for Financial, Legal & Tax Planning, Inc. has offices in Illinois and Florida with satellite offices around the United States. They initiate and develop ongoing relationships with national and regional trade associations, closely-held/family-owned companies, and individuals. Their work follows through the entire project; they analyze each situation, make recommendations, and implement them. The Center provides a completely unbiased approach to solutions for their clients. Core competency is Business Valuation, Succession Planning, Tax Planning, and Buying and Selling closely held companies. Company website | LinkedIn | Facebook | YouTube Roman Basi, President, The Center for Financial, Legal, and Tax Planning, Inc. Roman Basi is the current President of The Center for Financial, Legal & Tax Planning, Inc. Roman is an Attorney, a CPA, a Managing Real Estate Broker, Title Insurance Agent, and an instrument rated private pilot. Roman is also one of the Tax Course Instructors for the Internal Revenue Service's Annual Filing Season Program for Tax Return Preparers throughout the United States. Roman is admitted to practice in Illinois, Florida, Arizona, Missouri, Federal District Court of Illinois Southern District, the United State Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, and Roman is also admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court being sworn into the highest court in the summer of 2015 in front of all 9 Supreme Court justices. LinkedIn Ed Mysogland, Host of How To Sell a Business Podcast The How To Sell a Business Podcast combines 30 years of exit planning, valuation, and exit execution working with business owners. Ed Mysogland has a mission and vision to help business owners understand the value of their business and what makes it salable. Most of the small business owner's net worth is locked in the company; to unlock it, a business owner has to sell it. Unfortunately, the odds are against business owners that they won't be able to sell their companies because they don't know what creates a saleable asset. Ed interviews battle-tested experts who help business owners prepare, build, preserve, and one-day transfer value with the sale of the business for maximum value. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.  The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a full archive can be found here. Ed is the Managing Partner of Indiana Business Advisors. He guides the development of the organization, its knowledge strategy, and the IBA initiative, which is to continue to be Indiana's premier business brokerage by bringing investment-banker-caliber of transactional advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Over the last 29 years, Ed has been appraising and providing pre-sale consulting services for small and medium-size privately-held businesses as part of the brokerage process. He has worked with entrepreneurs of every pedigree and offers a unique insight into consulting with them toward a successful outcome. Connect with Ed: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook  

The Linya-Linya Show
223: Ang punto ng pagka-Pilipino w/ Maki Somosot

The Linya-Linya Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 45:53


Isa sa mga paborito naming segments ang 22 w/ a Fellow-22. Simple ang layunin: Ang mga nakikinig, sila naman ngayon ang pakikinggan natin. Iba't ibang linya, kwento, at pananaw sa buhay na nakakatawa at nakakatuwa. Sa episode na ‘to, kasama natin ang communications expert, writer, columnist, reporter, and story-teller all the way from Ohio, USA – Maki Somosot – BOOM! Makabuluhang kwentuhang all things Pinoy from the POV of a Global Pinay: Food, identity, representation, and ultimately, what it means to be Pinoy. Be proud to be Pinoy and listen up, yo!

Así como suena
La feminista perseguida por la CDMX

Así como suena

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 13:46


Como miles de jóvenes capitalinas, Marcela fue a una manifestación feminista en el 2018. Iba alegre, acompañada de su novio. Mostraba un cartel con corazones verdes y morados que decía: “Tu lucha es mi lucha, todas somos una sola”. Poco después llegaron los primeros citatorios a su casa. La Fiscalía de la Ciudad de México le estaba imputando delitos que jamás cometió. Luego se enteró de que no era la única. La Secretaría de la Defensa tiene una lista en la que figuran varias mujeres que han acudido a eventos de protesta y a favor de los derechos de las mujeres. Es la lista negra de las feministas más “peligrosas”. Esta es la historia de Marcela, una chica que por años ha soportado la persecución injusta de la Fiscalía de la Ciudad de México. Una chica que ha sido tachada como una feminista peligrosa, pero que, a pesar de sus circunstancias, no ha perdido la valor de contar la verdad. Melissa Amezcua se enteró de su caso y lo devela en este episodio de Así como suena.

PUNTO MUERTO
IBA a ser el VIDENTE MÁS PODEROSO

PUNTO MUERTO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 7:21


Iba a ser el vidente más poderoso del mundo entero, pero los brujos le tenían miedo e hicieron lo imposible para acabar con él, hasta que finalmente, lo lograron. Una razón más para que no puedas dormir. ¡Apaga las luces, cierra los ojos, sube el volumen y escúchalo con audífonos! Síguenos en todas nuestras redes sociales: https://linktr.ee/Puntomuerto Episodios todos los viernes a las 23:59 ¿Has vivido alguna experiencia paranormal? Escríbenos por Instagram y puede que el siguiente caso SEA EL TUYO.

Noticias de César Vidal y más
El viaje de ida | Urtain fue más popular en España que Nadal

Noticias de César Vidal y más

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 13:20


Hoy hemos viajado la vida de José Manuel Ibar Azpiazu "UrtainW . Lo de "Urtain" es el nombre del caserío del barrio de Ibañarrieta (Zestoa-Gipuzkoa) en el que se crio junto a sus nueve hermanos. Fue su sobrenombre desde que practicaba el levantamiento de piedra. Ya como boxeador fue conocido también como "el morrosko", "el tigre de Cestona" (Zestoa)  o el campeón de la txapela. El final de su vida fue trágico, de juguete roto,  pero hemos querido apostar por la época en que se convirtió de masas por sus victorias. De sus victorias por nocaut , sus campeonatos de Europa , sus giras, sus productos de marketing cuando la mercadotecnia todavía estaba en pañales. Nos ha contado en este viaje Alfredo Relaño que su popularidad en la España de los setenta estaba muy por encima de lo que hoy estarían Rafa Nadal. Han participado también en este espacio su hermano Cándido Ibar, Julio César Iglesias, Enrique Soria, Jorge Lera, Ángel Cristobal, Eduardo Barba, Naike Bernal , Pascual Donate y Pepe Rubio

Noticias en Español
El viaje de ida | Urtain fue más popular en España que Nadal

Noticias en Español

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 13:20


Hoy hemos viajado la vida de José Manuel Ibar Azpiazu "UrtainW . Lo de "Urtain" es el nombre del caserío del barrio de Ibañarrieta (Zestoa-Gipuzkoa) en el que se crio junto a sus nueve hermanos. Fue su sobrenombre desde que practicaba el levantamiento de piedra. Ya como boxeador fue conocido también como "el morrosko", "el tigre de Cestona" (Zestoa)  o el campeón de la txapela. El final de su vida fue trágico, de juguete roto,  pero hemos querido apostar por la época en que se convirtió de masas por sus victorias. De sus victorias por nocaut , sus campeonatos de Europa , sus giras, sus productos de marketing cuando la mercadotecnia todavía estaba en pañales. Nos ha contado en este viaje Alfredo Relaño que su popularidad en la España de los setenta estaba muy por encima de lo que hoy estarían Rafa Nadal. Han participado también en este espacio su hermano Cándido Ibar, Julio César Iglesias, Enrique Soria, Jorge Lera, Ángel Cristobal, Eduardo Barba, Naike Bernal , Pascual Donate y Pepe Rubio

Defenders of Business Value
How To Maximize Your Value Using Quality of Earnings Reports, Elliott Holland, Guardian Due Diligence

Defenders of Business Value

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 53:22


Elliott Holland, Managing Partner of Guardian Due Diligence, joined host Ed Mysogland to discuss how a Quality of Earnings report maximizes the value of a business in a sale, reduces the risk of buyer objections, and helps secure completion of the transaction. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced and broadcast by the North Fulton Studio of Business RadioX® in Atlanta. Guardian Due Diligence Guardian Due Diligence provides Quality of Earnings for Self-Funded Searchers. They have three options to choose from, including a "Done for You" financial diligence service. Guardian's 21 accountants are from the top 3% of CPAs from the past 15 years of interviewing. How are they different & better? Alongside each Quality of Earnings, they advise their clients on how to execute better deals leveraging their 20+ years acquiring small and medium sized businesses. They are deal guys who manage accountants who help entrepreneurs buy better businesses. Want to know if a CPA firm or a full-service diligence firm like Guardian is the right choice for you? Take their 5-question assessment here. Company website | LinkedIn | YouTube Elliott Holland, Managing Partner, Guardian Due Diligence Elliott is an expert in the acquisition of small and medium sized businesses. He helps first-time buyers like you manage through the challenging and nuanced due diligence process. He's been in this space since before they called it ETA. His burning desire is to take you through a comprehensive diligence process and guard you from expensive mistakes based on his vast experience in the deal business. He's worked for the nation's best business acquisition firms like The Watermill Group and Linx Partners and then started his own acquisition firm where he apprenticed under an industry veteran. He hasn't seen it all but he's seen a lot. His Harvard MBA doesn't hurt either. Elliott started Guardian because the diligence solutions for smaller deals frankly stink. He created a better solution to help buyers avoid doing bad deals and help buyers execute deals with confidence. We all want confidence when making million-dollar investments. He caught the acquisition bug in 2009 - his first year of business school, then worked in private equity (PE) in order to gain skills from the nation's best business acquirers. Like you, Elliott started his own firm to go out and buy companies in the automotive, industrial, and healthcare space. LinkedIn Ed Mysogland, Host of How To Sell a Business Podcast The How To Sell a Business Podcast combines 30 years of exit planning, valuation, and exit execution working with business owners. Ed Mysogland has a mission and vision to help business owners understand the value of their business and what makes it salable. Most of the small business owner's net worth is locked in the company; to unlock it, a business owner has to sell it. Unfortunately, the odds are against business owners that they won't be able to sell their companies because they don't know what creates a saleable asset. Ed interviews battle-tested experts who help business owners prepare, build, preserve, and one-day transfer value with the sale of the business for maximum value. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.  The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a full archive can be found here. Ed is the Managing Partner of Indiana Business Advisors. He guides the development of the organization, its knowledge strategy, and the IBA initiative, which is to continue to be Indiana's premier business brokerage by bringing investment-banker-caliber of transactional advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Over the last 29 years, Ed has been appraising and providing pre-sale consulting services for small and medium-size privately-held businesses as part of the brokerage process. He has worked with entrepreneurs of every pedigree and offers a unique insight into consulting with them toward a successful outcome. Connect with Ed: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook  

Radio Imbibe
Episode 65: Celebrating the 2023 Imbibe 75 with Josh Ibañez, Rumba

Radio Imbibe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 19:55


We kick off our Imbibe 75 coverage for 2023 with a conversation with Seattle bartender Josh Ibañez. A veteran of Houston's cocktail scene, Ibañez moved to Seattle several years ago and recently assumed the role of bar manager at Rumba, an acclaimed rum bar now entering its second decade. For this episode, he talks about his upcoming plans for Rumba, the differences between Houston and Seattle bars, and he mixes up his original cocktail, the Long Story Short, pictured on the cover of the January/February issue.Radio Imbibe is the audio home of Imbibe magazine. In each episode, we dive into liquid culture, exploring the people, places, and flavors of the drinkscape through conversations about cocktails, coffee, beer, spirits, and wine. Keep up with us at imbibemagazine.com, and on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, and if you're not already a subscriber, we'd love to have you join us—click here to subscribe. 

Defenders of Business Value
How to Modernize Your Business to Sell at Maximum Value, with Jason Beutler, RoboSource

Defenders of Business Value

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 44:25


How to Modernize Your Business to Sell at Maximum Value, with Jason Beutler, RoboSource (How To Sell a Business Podcast, Episode 5) Jason Beutler, CEO of RoboSource, joined Ed Mysogland to discuss the different kinds of business automation, why RoboSource uses bots, what's involved in automating processes, what industries benefit from it most, how it maximizes value and reduces overhead, the ROI, and much more. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced and broadcast by the North Fulton Studio of Business RadioX® in Atlanta. RoboSource RoboSource bots work 24 hours a day, completing monotonous tasks for their clients. Process Automation is the future of work. Soon every business will have a digital workforce alongside its human workforce. Automated processes get work through faster, more efficiently, and more accurately. So what is process automation? Think of all the jobs around the office that your team has to complete every day (or week) to keep the business operational – things like entering information into multiple systems, manning email inboxes, pulling down the same information from a website over and over again. With Robotic Process Automation (RPA), software engineers teach digital bots how to perform those jobs for you. RoboSource can provide process-writing and support for those using RPA on premises. But with their “as-a-service” model, they can also do it all in house, for a low monthly payment, eliminating the usual expense associated with investing in the infrastructure, software, and training. Your cloud-based solution will scale with you, as you find new ways to save time and increase accuracy. With their “as-a-service” model, process automation is more affordable than you'd think. Company website | Instagram | LinkedIn Jason Beutler, CEO, RoboSource Several years ago, Jason Beutler was teaching a college computer engineering class when he realized that his students were writing better code than an outsourced team he was supervising at the same time. And that's how RoboSource was born. With almost 20 years of professional programming experience, you might expect Jason to spend his free time reading fantasy fiction, playing board games, or drinking Mountain Dew. He does. But he also spends a fair amount of time playing competitive sand volleyball and fanning hard-core at Notre Dame football games. His passion for Notre Dame extended to completing his MBA there in 2009. Professionally, Jason is passionate about process improvement and using accountability to grow young developers. He speaks often on this topic, to audiences as diverse as coding conference attendees, classes full of university students, and computer science educators. LinkedIn Ed Mysogland, Host of How To Sell a Business Podcast The How To Sell a Business Podcast combines 30 years of exit planning, valuation, and exit execution working with business owners. Ed Mysogland has a mission and vision to help business owners understand the value of their business and what makes it salable. Most of the small business owner's net worth is locked in the company; to unlock it, a business owner has to sell it. Unfortunately, the odds are against business owners that they won't be able to sell their companies because they don't know what creates a saleable asset. Ed interviews battle-tested experts who help business owners prepare, build, preserve, and one-day transfer value with the sale of the business for maximum value. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.  The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a full archive can be found here. Ed is the Managing Partner of Indiana Business Advisors. He guides the development of the organization, its knowledge strategy, and the IBA initiative, which is to continue to be Indiana's premier business brokerage by bringing investment-banker-caliber of transactional advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Over the last 29 years, Ed has been appraising and providing pre-sale consulting services for small and medium-size privately-held businesses as part of the brokerage process. He has worked with entrepreneurs of every pedigree and offers a unique insight into consulting with them toward a successful outcome. Connect with Ed: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook    

Radio Gol 96.7 FM
#Colón - Joaquín Ibáñez

Radio Gol 96.7 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 12:55


Colón anunció su primera incorporación para este 2023 y Radio Gol habló en exclusiva con el jugador. Se trata de Joaquín Ibañez, quien tiene 26 años, juega por izquierda y en el 2022 jugó en Arsenal, donde disputó 22 partidos y marcó un gol. Escuchá su palabra completa aquí.

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
04.14.71 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (4ra Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis - Libro decimocuarto: Las grandezas de la desesperación - Cap 06 La agonía de

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 10:24


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Cuarta Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis Libro decimocuarto Las grandezas de la desesperación Cap VI : La agonía de la muerte tras la agonía de la vida. Una singularidad de este tipo de guerra es que las barricadas las atacan casi siempre de frente y que, por lo general, los asaltantes se abstienen de rodear las posiciones, bien porque tengan miedo a las emboscadas, bien porque no se atrevan a meterse en calles tortuosas. Por lo tanto, toda la atención de los insurrectos estaba puesta en la barricada grande, que era, por supuesto, el punto continuamente amenazado donde se reanudaría de forma infalible el combate. Marius, no obstante, se acordó de la barricada pequeña y fue hacia allá. Estaba desierta y sólo la custodiaba el farolillo, que temblaba entre los adoquines. Por lo demás, la callejuela de Mondétour y las bocacalles de La Petite-Truanderie y Le Cygne estaban muy tranquilas. Cuando Marius se iba ya, tras esa inspección, oyó que alguien decía su nombre con voz débil en la oscuridad: —¡Señor Marius! Se sobresaltó al reconocer la voz que lo había llamado dos horas antes a través de la verja de la calle de Plumet. Pero esa voz ahora no pasaba de ser un soplo. Miró en torno y no vio a nadie. Marius pensó que se había confundido y que era una ilusión que su mente sumaba a las realidades extraordinarias que colisionaban a su alrededor. Dio un paso para salir del recodo apartado donde estaba la barricada. —¡Señor Marius! —repitió la voz. Ya no podía caberle duda; lo había oído con toda claridad; miró y no vio nada. —En el suelo, a sus pies —dijo la voz. Se inclinó y vio la sombra de una forma que se arrastraba hacia él. Iba reptando por el empedrado. Y aquel ser era quien hablaba. El farolillo permitía intuir un blusón, un pantalón de pana roto, unos pies descalzos y algo que parecía un charco de sangre. Marius vio a medias una cara pálida que se alzaba hacia él y le dijo: —¿No me reconoce? —No. —Éponine. Marius se agachó a toda prisa. Era, efectivamente, la pobre muchacha. Iba vestida de hombre. —¿Cómo es que está aquí? ¿Qué hace aquí? —Me estoy muriendo —dijo ella. Hay palabras e incidentes que espabilan a las personas agobiadas. Marius exclamó, sobresaltado: —¡Está herida! Espere, que voy a llevarla a la sala. Allí la curarán. ¿Es grave? ¿Cómo tengo que cogerla para no hacerle daño? ¿Qué le duele? ¡Socorro, Dios mío? Pero ¿qué vino a hacer aquí? E intentó pasarle un brazo por la espalda para levantarla. Al hacerlo, le rozó la mano. Ella lanzó un grito débil. —¿Le he hecho daño? —preguntó Marius. —Un poco. —Pero si sólo le he tocado la mano.

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
04.09.41 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (4ra Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis - Libro noveno: ¿Dónde van? - Cap 01 Jean Valjean)

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 4:34


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Cuarta Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis Libro noveno ¿Dónde van? Cap I : Jean Valjean. Ese mismo día, a eso de las cuatro de la tarde, Jean Valjean estaba sentado a solas en la vertiente más agreste de una de las elevaciones más solitarias de Le Champ de Mars. Bien por prudencia, bien por deseo de recogimiento o bien, sencillamente, por uno de esos cambios insensibles de costumbres que van apareciendo poco a poco en todas las existencias, salía ahora bastante poco con Cosette. Llevaba la chaqueta de obrero, un pantalón de lienzo gris y esa gorra de visera larga que le tapaba la cara. En lo referido a Cosette, ahora estaba en paz y era feliz; se había esfumado lo que por un tiempo lo había asustado y conturbado; pero, desde hacía una semana o dos, se le habían presentado ansiedades de otra clase. Un día, cuando paseaba por el bulevar, divisó a Thénardier; merced al disfraz que llevaba, Thénardier no lo reconoció; pero desde entonces Jean Valjean había vuelto a verlo en varias ocasiones y ahora tenía la seguridad de que Thénardier andaba por el barrio. Eso había bastado para que tomase una determinación muy seria. Que Thénardier estuviera allí equivalía a todos los peligros al tiempo. Además, París no estaba tranquilo; las alteraciones políticas presentaban el inconveniente, para quien tenía algo que ocultar en la vida, de que la policía estaba muy intranquila y muy recelosa, y, cuando intentase dar con un hombre como Pépin, o como Morey, podía perfectamente dar con un hombre como Jean Valjean. Jean Valjean estaba decidido a salir de París, e incluso de Francia, e irse a Inglaterra. Ya había avisado a Cosette. Quería irse antes de ocho días. Estaba sentado en el talud del Champ de Mars dando vueltas en la cabeza a todo tipo de pensamientos, Thénardier, la policía, el viaje y la dificultad de hacerse con un pasaporte. Lo tenía preocupado todo lo dicho. Y, de remate, un hecho inexplicable que acababa de llamarle la atención y todavía lo tenía alterado lo había puesto aún más alerta. La mañana de ese mismo día, cuando era el único que estaba levantado en la casa y paseaba por el jardín antes de que Cosette abriese sus postigos, vio de repente esta línea grabada en la pared, probablemente con un clavo: Calle de la Verrerie, 16. Era algo muy reciente; las incisiones eran blancas en la argamasa antigua y negra; una mata de ortigas, al pie de la pared, tenía por encima un polvillo fino y reciente de yeso. Probablemente lo habían escrito durante la noche. ¿Qué era? ¿Unas señas? ¿Una señal para otras personas? ¿Un aviso para él? En cualquier caso, estaba claro que alguien había violado el jardín y que entraban en él desconocidos. Recordó los incidentes raros que habían causado alarma anteriormente en la casa. Caviló sobre ese bosquejo. Tuvo buen cuidado de no mencionarle a Cosette aquella línea de la pared por temor a asustarla. En esas preocupaciones estaba cuando se dio cuenta, por una sombra que proyectaba el sol, de que alguien acababa de detenerse en la cresta de la pendiente, inmediatamente detrás de él. Iba a darse la vuelta cuando le cayó en las rodillas un papel doblado en cuatro, como si lo hubiera soltado una mano que estuviera por encima de su cabeza. Cogió el papel, lo desdobló y leyó esta palabra escrita a lápiz en legras grandes: MÚDESE. Jean Valjean se puso de pie con rapidez; ya no había nadie en la pendiente; buscó alrededor y divisó a alguien más alto que un niño, pero más bajo que un hombre, vestido con un blusón gris y un pantalón del color del polvo, que salvaba de una zancada el parapeto y se dejaba caer en el foso de Le Champ de Mars. Jean Valjean regresó a casa en el acto, muy meditabundo.

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
04.11.53 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (4ra Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis - Libro undécimo: El átomo confraterniza con el huracán - Cap 05 El anciano.)

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 3:39


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Cuarta Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis Libro undécimo El átomo confraterniza con el huracán Cap V : El anciano. Vamos a contar qué había sucedido. Enjolras y sus amigos estaban en el bulevar de Bourdon, cerca de los pósitos, cuando cargaron los dragones. Enjolras, Courfeyrac y Combeferre fueron de los que tiraron por la calle de Bassompierre gritando: «¡A las barricadas!». En la calle de Lesdiguières se encontraron con un anciano que iba a pie. Lo que les llamó la atención fue que el buen hombre andaba haciendo eses, como si estuviera borracho. Además, iba con el sombrero en la mano aunque llevase lloviendo toda la mañana y siguiera lloviendo en aquellos momentos con bastante intensidad. Courfeyrac reconoció a Mabeuf. Lo conocía porque había acompañado más de una vez a Marius hasta la puerta de su casa. Conocedor de los hábitos tranquilos y más que tímidos del antiguo mayordomo aficionado a los libros viejos y pasmado al verlo en medio de aquel barullo y a dos pasos de las cargas de caballería, casi en pleno tiroteo, despeinado, mojándose con el chaparrón y paseando entre las balas, se le acercó, y el alborotador de veinticinco años y el octogenario mantuvieron el siguiente diálogo: —Señor Mabeuf, vuélvase a casa. —¿Por qué? —Porque va a haber jaleo. —Me parece bien. —Sablazos y tiros, señor Mabeuf. —Me parece bien. —Cañonazos. —Me parece bien. ¿Ustedes dónde van? —Vamos a derribar al gobierno. —Me parece bien. Y se fue con ellos. Desde entonces no había dicho ni palabra. De repente caminaba con firmeza; unos obreros se ofrecieron a darle el brazo, se negó con un ademán de la cabeza. Iba casi al frente de la columna, y se movía como un hombre que va andando al tiempo que tenía la cara de un hombre dormido. —¡Vaya furia que tiene! —murmuraban los estudiantes. Corría la voz en aquella aglomeración de que había sido un miembro de la Convención, un regicida. El grupo tiró por la calle de La Verrerie. Gavroche iba delante, cantando a voz en cuello, con lo que se convertía en algo así como un trompeta...

Pramene
Asketické homílie sv. Izáka Sýrskeho 330

Pramene

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 3:17


Iba jeden v generácií  

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
04.06.28 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (4ra Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis - Libro sexto: Gavroche - Cap 02 En el que Gavroche el pequeño le saca partid

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 56:52


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Cuarta Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis Libro sexto Gavroche Cap II : En el que Gavroche el pequeño le saca partido a Napoleón el grande. Por la primavera de París cruzan con frecuencia cierzos agrios y duros, que no es que lo dejen a uno helado, sino congelado; esos vientos que convierten en un desconsuelo los días más hermosos causan exactamente la misma impresión que las ráfagas de aire frío que entran en una habitación caldeada por las rendijas de una ventana o de una puerta mal cerrada. Es como si la oscura puerta del invierno se hubiese quedado entornada y entrase por ahí el viento. En la primavera de 1832, época en que se declaró en Europa la gran epidemia del presente siglo, esos vientos del norte eran más agrios y punzantes que nunca. La puerta entornada era aún más glacial que la del invierno. Era la puerta del sepulcro. Se notaba en esos cierzos la ráfaga del cólera. Desde el punto de vista meteorológico, la particularidad de esos vientos fríos era que no descartaban una gran tensión eléctrica. Estallaron por entonces frecuentes tormentas acompañadas de relámpagos y truenos. Una noche en que soplaban con fuerza esos vientos del norte, hasta tal punto que parecía que hubiera vuelto enero y que los ciudadanos acomodados habían vuelto a ponerse el abrigo, Gavroche, tiritando alegremente, como de costumbre, con sus harapos, estaba algo así como extasiado ante el comercio de un peluquero de las inmediaciones de L'Orme-Saint-Gervais. Iba ataviado con un chal femenino que a saber de dónde habría sacado y que había convertido en bufanda. Gavroche parecía estar admirando muchísimo una novia de cera, escotada y tocada con flores de azahar, que daba vueltas tras el cristal del escaparate, mostrando la sonrisa a los transeúntes entre dos quinqués; pero, en realidad estaba observando el establecimiento para ver si no podría «aliviar» de la muestra de géneros alguna barra de jabón que iría a venderle luego por cinco céntimos a un «peluquero» de los arrabales. Muchas veces era una barra así lo que le daba de almorzar. Llamaba a esa clase de trabajo, en el que era ducho, «rapar a los barberos». Mientras contemplaba a la novia y miraba de reojo la barra de jabón, mascullaba entre dientes lo que sigue: «El martes. No, el martes no. ¿Fue el martes? A lo mejor fue el martes. Sí, el martes». Nunca se ha podido saber a qué se refería este monólogo. Si, por ventura, hubiera tenido que ver con la última vez que había cenado, de eso hacía ya tres días, porque era viernes. El barbero, en su local, que calentaba una buena estufa, estaba afeitando a un cliente y echaba de vez en cuando una mirada de reojo a aquel enemigo, aquel golfillo aterido y descarado que tenía las dos manos metidas en los bolsillos, pero estaba claro que llevaba el ingenio desenvainado. Mientras Gavroche le pasaba revista a la novia, al escaparate y las Windsor-soap, dos niños de estatura desigual, ropa bastante decente y aún más pequeños que él, pues el mayor aparentaba siete años y el otro cinco, abrieron con timidez el picaporte y entraron en el comercio a pedir a saber qué, limosna a lo mejor, con un susurro quejumbroso y que más parecía un gemido que una súplica. Hablaban ambos a la vez y no se les entendía lo que decían porque los sollozos le cortaban la voz al mayor y el pequeño daba diente con diente. El barbero se volvió, con expresión airada, y, sin soltar la navaja, empujando hacia atrás al mayor con la mano izquierda y al pequeño con la rodilla, los echó a la calle y volvió a cerrar la puerta al tiempo que decía: —¡Mira que venir para nada con el frío que entra! Los dos niños volvieron a echar a andar, llorando. En éstas llegó un nubarrón y empezó a llover.

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
04.06.27 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (4ra Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis - Libro sexto: Gavroche - Cap 01 Una trapacería del viento)

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 9:27


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Cuarta Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis Libro sexto Gavroche Cap I : Una trapacería del viento. En la temporada posterior a 1823, mientras el figón de Montfermeil iba naufragando y hundiéndose poco a poco no en el abismo de una bancarrota sino en la cloaca de las deudas menudas, el matrimonio Thénardier tuvo otros dos hijos, varones ambos. Con ellos sumaban cinco: dos chicas y tres chicos. Era mucho. La Thénardier se quitó de encima a los dos últimos, cuando eran aún de muy tierna edad, con singular facilidad. Que se los quitó de encima es la expresión exacta. No había en aquella mujer más que un retazo de naturaleza. Fenómeno del que podemos dar más de un ejemplo. Igual que la mariscala de La Mothe-Houdancourt, la Thénardier sólo era madre de sus hijas. Ahí acababa su maternidad. El odio que sentía por el género humano empezaba en sus hijos varones. En la vertiente que daba a sus hijos su maldad estaba cortada a pico y su corazón era, en ese tramo, lúgubremente escarpado. Como ya hemos visto, aborrecía al mayor; de los otros dos abominaba. ¿Por qué? Porque sí. El motivo más terrible y la respuesta más indiscutible: porque sí. «No necesito yo para nada una patulea de niños», decía aquella madre. Vamos a explicar cómo habían conseguido los Thénardier librarse de la carga de sus dos últimos hijos e, incluso, sacarles provecho. La mujer aquella, la Magnon, a la que hemos mencionado páginas atrás, era la misma que había conseguido una renta del buenazo de Gillenormand para los dos niños que tenía. Vivía en el muelle de Les Célestins, esquina con esa calle antigua, la de Le Petit-Musc, que ha hecho cuanto ha podido para trocar por un buen olor[41] su mala reputación. ¿Quién no recuerda la gran epidemia de difteria que asoló, hace treinta y cinco años, los barros parisinos a orillas del Sena y que la ciencia aprovechó para probar a gran escala la eficacia de las insuflaciones de alumbre, a las que de forma tan provechosa ha sustituido hoy en día la aplicación externa de la tintura de yodo? En esa epidemia perdió la Magnon el mismo día, uno por la mañana y otro por la tarde, a sus dos niños, todavía de muy corta edad. Fue un gran golpe. Sus dos hijos tenían mucho valor para esa madre: equivalían a ochenta francos mensuales. Ochenta francos que le liquidaba muy puntualmente, de parte del señor Gillenormand, su recaudador de rentas, el señor Barge, agente judicial retirado que vivía en la calle de Le Roi-de-Sicile. Muertos los niños, se acabó la renta. La Magnon buscó algún recurso. En esa tenebrosa francmasonería del mal a la que pertenecía todo se sabe y todos se guardan el secreto y se echan una mano. La Magnon necesitaba dos niños; la Thénardier tenía dos niños. Del mismo sexo y la misma edad. Un buen apaño para una y una buena inversión para otra. Los niños Thénardier se convirtieron en los niños Magnon. La Magnon se fue del muelle de Les Célestins y se mudó a la calle Clocheperce. En París la identidad que relaciona a alguien consigo mismo queda cortada de una calle a otra. Como nadie avisó al registro civil, éste no dijo nada y el cambio se llevó a cabo de forma sencillísima. Pero la Thénardier exigió por prestar a los niños diez francos mensuales, que la Magnon prometió e incluso pagó. Ni que decir tiene que el señor Gillenormand siguió cumpliendo. Iba cada seis meses a ver a los niños. No se dio cuenta del cambio. «Señor —le decía la Magnon—, ¡cómo se le parecen!»

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros
04.03.12 Los Miserables de Victor Hugo (4ra Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis - Libro tercero: La casa de la calle de Plumet - Cap 02 Jean Valjean guardia

Podcast Red Inka + Audio Libros

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 6:55


Los Miserables Autor: Víctor Hugo Cuarta Parte: El idilio de la calle de Plumet y La epopeya de la calle de Saint-Denis Libro tercero La casa de la calle de Plumet Cap II : Jean Valjean guardia nacional Por lo demás, y hablando con propiedad, vivía en la calle de Plumet y tenía organizada la vida como vamos a referir: Cosette vivía en el pabellón con la criada, tenía a su disposición el dormitorio grande de entreventanas decoradas con pinturas, el gabinete de molduras doradas y el salón del presidente con tapices y grandes sillones; tenía a su disposición el jardín. Jean Valjean había encargado para el dormitorio de Cosette una cama con dosel de damasco antiguo de tres tonos y una preciosa alfombra persa antigua comprada en la calle de Le Figuier-Saint-Paul, en el comercio de la señora Gaucher; y, para enmendar la seriedad de aquellas cosas viejas y espléndidas, mezcló con ese almacén de antiguallas todos los muebles menudos, alegres y encantadores de las muchachas; la estantería, la librería y los libros dorados, la caja de papel de cartas, el vade con su secante, el costurero con incrustaciones de nácar, el neceser de plata sobredorada, el tocador con palangana de porcelana del Japón. Unas cortinas largas de damasco de fondo rojo y de tres tonos, iguales a las cortinas de la cama, colgaban en las ventanas del primer piso. En la planta baja había cortinas de tapicería. En la casita de Cosette se encendía fuego en invierno en todas las habitaciones. Jean Valjean vivía en aquella especie de garita de portero que estaba en el fondo del patio, con un colchón en una cama de tijera, una mesa de madera de pino, dos sillas de asiento de paja, un jarro de porcelana, unos cuantos libros en un estante y su querida maleta en un rincón; nunca había fuego. Cenaba con Cosette y en la mesa, para él, había pan negro. Cuando entró Toussaint a servir, le dijo: «La dueña de la casa es la señorita». —¿Y usted, se-señor? —preguntó Toussaint estupefacta. —Yo soy algo mucho mejor que el dueño; soy el padre. A Cosette le habían enseñado a llevar la casa en el convento y se ocupaba de la economía doméstica, que era muy modesta. Todos los días, Jean Valjean cogía del brazo a Cosette y la llevaba a dar una vuelta. Iba con ella a Le Luxembourg, al paseo menos frecuentado; y, todos los domingos, a misa, siempre a Saint-Jacques-du-Haut-Pas, porque pillaba muy lejos. Como es un barrio muy pobre, daba muchas limosnas y los desdichados lo rodeaban en la iglesia, motivo por el que había recibido la carta de los Thénardier: Al señor benefactor de la iglesia de Saint-Jacques-du-Haut-Pas. Le gustaba llevar a Cosette a visitar a los indigentes y los enfermos. Ningún extraño entraba nunca en la casa de la calle de Plumet. Toussaint hacía la compra y Jean Valjean iba personalmente a buscar agua a una fuente que había muy cerca, en el bulevar. La leña y el vino los guardaban en algo así como un entrante medio subterráneo, tapizado de rocalla, que estaba cerca de la puerta de la calle de Babylone y había sido una gruta antaño para el señor presidente; porque en la época de las quintas de recreo y las casas de campo discretas no podía concebirse un amor sin gruta.

Slovenská Misijná Sieť
modlitby za NZES - španielsky hovoriaci Židia v Španielsku

Slovenská Misijná Sieť

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 4:28


Skutky 14:15 “Muži, čo to robíte? Aj my sme len ľudia, smrteľní tak ako vy. Ibaže vám zvestujeme evanjelium, aby ste sa od týchto márností obrátili k živému Bohu, ktorý stvoril nebo,zem, more i všetko, čo je v nich. http://bit.ly/nzes-dnesViac o etnickej skupine Židov v Španielsku nájdete na:https://joshuaproject.net/people_groups/15080/SPSMS kalendár na rok 2023: bit.ly/SMSkalendar2023

Campus PEPtalk
Treating Patients From Around the World at S. Asia's First Proton Center

Campus PEPtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 12:06


Welcome, everyone, to Campus PEPTalk Global Edition. In this episode we are joined by Dr. Rakesh Jalali, Medical Director of the first proton therapy center in India - Apollo Proton Cancer Centre - who will share some insights from his center's 4 years' experience in proton therapy.   The views expressed in this podcast are those of the interviewees. By listening to this, you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others, including but not limited to patients that you are treating.  Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having.  This entire disclaimer also applies to any guests or contributors to the podcast.  Under no circumstances shall Ion Beam Applications SA (IBA), any guests or contributors to the podcast, or any employees, associates, or affiliates of IBA be responsible for damages arising from use of the podcast.

Defenders of Business Value
How to Improve Earnings to Maximize Business Value, with Bill McDermott, The Profitability Coach

Defenders of Business Value

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 55:45


Improving earnings to maximize business value was the focus of this episode with guest Bill McDermott, The Profitability Coach. He and host Ed Mysogland discussed key things business owners can do to improve earnings, strategies to improve profitability, the need for delegation, financial management, planning your exit strategy, and much more. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced and broadcast by the North Fulton Studio of Business RadioX® in Atlanta. The Profitability Coach Every business owner has a big dream for their company and wants to make it happen. The problem is many business owners don't know how to manage the finances of their business leaving them frustrated and confused. The Profitability Coach comes alongside the business owner and analyzes the financial health of the business and develops a plan to take them from financial confusion to clarity. Then he executes the plan focusing on areas of financial growth. Together they travel the road of financial success to profitability and healthy cash flow. Company website | Instagram | LinkedIn Bill McDermott, The Profitability Coach Bill McDermott graduated from Wake Forest University and launched a banking career that spanned 32 years. He was laid off from his position as Chief Commercial Lender in the Great Recession of 2009. With a treasure trove of banking knowledge and analytical skills, Bill launched the Profitability Coach with the purpose of making business owners better financial managers. Over the past 13 years, Bill has helped over 200 clients by delivering results-oriented insights, taking them from financial confusion to clarity. LinkedIn Ed Mysogland, Host of How To Sell a Business Podcast The How To Sell a Business Podcast combines 30 years of exit planning, valuation, and exit execution working with business owners. Ed Mysogland has a mission and vision to help business owners understand the value of their business and what makes it salable. Most of the small business owner's net worth is locked in the company; to unlock it, a business owner has to sell it. Unfortunately, the odds are against business owners that they won't be able to sell their companies because they don't know what creates a saleable asset. Ed interviews battle-tested experts who help business owners prepare, build, preserve, and one-day transfer value with the sale of the business for maximum value. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.  The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a full archive can be found here. Ed is the Managing Partner of Indiana Business Advisors. He guides the development of the organization, its knowledge strategy, and the IBA initiative, which is to continue to be Indiana's premier business brokerage by bringing investment-banker-caliber of transactional advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Over the last 29 years, Ed has been appraising and providing pre-sale consulting services for small and medium-size privately-held businesses as part of the brokerage process. He has worked with entrepreneurs of every pedigree and offers a unique insight into consulting with them toward a successful outcome. Connect with Ed: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook  

Talkin' Baseball (MLB Podcast)
MLB Rule Makers Explain How All the New Rules Will Help Baseball | 587

Talkin' Baseball (MLB Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 66:31


Jomboy & Jake sat down at the Winter Meetings with Raúl Ibañez and Morgan Sword (EVP of Baseball Operations) to talk about the banning of the shift, pitch clocks, and other new rules that could be on the table in a few years Use code TALKIN for $20 off your first SeatGeek order. https://seatgeek.onelink.me/RrnK/TALKIN

Defenders of Business Value
How To Sell a Fitness Club For Maximum Value, with Jim Thomas, Fitness Management & Consulting

Defenders of Business Value

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 51:05


How To Sell a Fitness Club For Maximum Value, with Jim Thomas, Fitness Management & Consulting(How to Sell a Business Podcast, Episode 3) Jim Thomas, Founder and President of Fitness Management & Consulting, joined host Ed Mysogland for a conversation about the fitness club and gym business. Jim owned and operated numerous gyms over his career and now serves current and future owners. He and Ed discussed business differentiators, customer retention, customer acquisition costs, improving the value of the business, what a club owner needs to do to prepare to sell, and much more. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced and broadcast by the North Fulton Studio of Business RadioX® in Atlanta. Fitness Management & Consulting Fitness Management & Consulting is focused towards helping clients achieve success in a highly competitive business. Their services cater to both operators of single clubs and multi-club operations. Their scope covers all types of operations from full athletic clubs to small corporate fitness centers. Fitness Management & Consulting offers flexibility in serving its clients to best serve their needs. They specialize in helping current owners and future owners of gyms, fitness centers, health clubs, and multi-purpose athletic clubs to find solutions for how to open a new gym, gym start-up, billing and collection, real estate site selection, and lease negotiation, broker services, fitness center sales, financing, consulting and troubleshooting, health club promotion, fitness center advertising, gym equipment, and flooring. They welcome the opportunity to meet with current and potential club operators and investors to discuss how they may be of service to them. Company website | Facebook | YouTube | LinkedIn Jim Thomas, Founder and President, Fitness Management & Consulting Jim Thomas is the well-known founder and president of Fitness Management USA, Inc., a management consulting and turnaround firm specializing in the fitness and health club industry. With over 25 years of experience owning, operating and managing clubs of all sizes, Mr. Thomas lectures and delivers seminars and workshops across the country on the practical skills required to successfully build teamwork and market fitness programs and products. Since forming Fitness Management, Mr. Thomas has been turning health clubs around at an amazing rate and garnering a reputation as a producer of change…a sharp-eyed troubleshooter, a brilliant sales trainer, and a motivator. Fitness Management provides programs that show measurable results and Jim's team is proud of their ability to glean profit from every square foot of a client's investment. A dynamic, articulate motivator, Mr. Thomas exudes confidence without artifice and accomplishes wonders without the bruised feelings that can so often accompany change. “We pride ourselves in reaching people and motivating change in a way that encourages self-esteem on the part of the players.” Whether you operate a health club, fitness center, gym, or other type club, Jim Thomas and Fitness Management have a program to fit your need, expand your market base, and keep your members and staff productive and enthusiastic. LinkedIn Ed Mysogland, Host of How To Sell a Business Podcast The How To Sell a Business Podcast combines 30 years of exit planning, valuation, and exit execution working with business owners. Ed Mysogland has a mission and vision to help business owners understand the value of their business and what makes it salable. Most of the small business owner's net worth is locked in the company; to unlock it, a business owner has to sell it. Unfortunately, the odds are against business owners that they won't be able to sell their companies because they don't know what creates a saleable asset. Ed interviews battle-tested experts who help business owners prepare, build, preserve, and one-day transfer value with the sale of the business for maximum value. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.  The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a full archive can be found here. Ed is the Managing Partner of Indiana Business Advisors. He guides the development of the organization, its knowledge strategy, and the IBA initiative, which is to continue to be Indiana's premier business brokerage by bringing investment-banker-caliber of transactional advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Over the last 29 years, Ed has been appraising and providing pre-sale consulting services for small and medium-size privately-held businesses as part of the brokerage process. He has worked with entrepreneurs of every pedigree and offers a unique insight into consulting with them toward a successful outcome. Connect with Ed: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook

Ráno Nahlas
Od Novembra '89 odmietame niesť za seba zodpovednosť. Žiadni Mesiáši nepomôžu, tvrdí Boris Kršnák

Ráno Nahlas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 39:17


Posúvame hranice menšieho zla a tým posúvaním, je to menšie zlo, stále väčšie, no a dnes je už dávno neúnosné, hovorí dlhoročný novinár a jeden z organizátorov Novembra '89 na strednom Slovensku Boris Kršnák. Politici podľa neho opakovane stavajú ľudí pred falošné dilemy, voľby akéhosi menšieho zla a podobne nepravdivej dileme čelíme aj dnes. Kam sa dostala slovenská spoločnosť 33 rokov od Novembra a kam smerujeme? Od Novembra '89 uplynulo už 33 rokov, čas, za ktorý Tesár z Nazaretu vydal odpočet, ktorý oslovil doslova celý svet. Aký odpočet môže ponúknuť slovenská spoločnosť za rovnaký „kristovský“ čas 33 rokov? Kto ako spoločnosť sme a kam smerujeme? „Sme krajinou hrubých čiar, my ako spoločnosť fungujeme od tridsiatich rokov minulého storočia na hrubých čiarach a to sa musí prejaviť na charaktere národa. Ako spoločnosť sme ešte v plienkach a neustále si púšťame žilou," hovorí novinár a zakladateľ VPN vo Zvolene Boris Kršnák. Prečo si volíme hrubé čiary namiesto odpočtu činov i zločinov? A prečo sa neustále necháme klamať politikmi a ich falošnými a nepoctivými dilemami? Prečo sa tak roztvárajú nožnice medzi našou a českou spoločnosťou, a prečo nám uteká 21. storočie? Ako to zmeniť a prečo voľba politických spasiteľov nie je riešenie? Témy a otázky pre Borisa Kršnáka. Dodám, že o tom, kam táto spoločnosť speje, možno svedčí aj fakt, že počas rozhovoru sme boli verbálne atakovaní a to aj s výzvou na takú tu našu typickú „férovku“. Iba tak, kvôli vyslovenému názoru.

Podcasty Aktuality.sk
Od Novembra '89 odmietame niesť za seba zodpovednosť. Žiadni Mesiáši nepomôžu, tvrdí Boris Kršnák

Podcasty Aktuality.sk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 39:17


Posúvame hranice menšieho zla a tým posúvaním, je to menšie zlo, stále väčšie, no a dnes je už dávno neúnosné, hovorí dlhoročný novinár a jeden z organizátorov Novembra '89 na strednom Slovensku Boris Kršnák. Politici podľa neho opakovane stavajú ľudí pred falošné dilemy, voľby akéhosi menšieho zla a podobne nepravdivej dileme čelíme aj dnes. Kam sa dostala slovenská spoločnosť 33 rokov od Novembra a kam smerujeme? Od Novembra '89 uplynulo už 33 rokov, čas, za ktorý Tesár z Nazaretu vydal odpočet, ktorý oslovil doslova celý svet. Aký odpočet môže ponúknuť slovenská spoločnosť za rovnaký „kristovský“ čas 33 rokov? Kto ako spoločnosť sme a kam smerujeme? „Sme krajinou hrubých čiar, my ako spoločnosť fungujeme od tridsiatich rokov minulého storočia na hrubých čiarach a to sa musí prejaviť na charaktere národa. Ako spoločnosť sme ešte v plienkach a neustále si púšťame žilou," hovorí novinár a zakladateľ VPN vo Zvolene Boris Kršnák. Prečo si volíme hrubé čiary namiesto odpočtu činov i zločinov? A prečo sa neustále necháme klamať politikmi a ich falošnými a nepoctivými dilemami? Prečo sa tak roztvárajú nožnice medzi našou a českou spoločnosťou, a prečo nám uteká 21. storočie? Ako to zmeniť a prečo voľba politických spasiteľov nie je riešenie? Témy a otázky pre Borisa Kršnáka. Dodám, že o tom, kam táto spoločnosť speje, možno svedčí aj fakt, že počas rozhovoru sme boli verbálne atakovaní a to aj s výzvou na takú tu našu typickú „férovku“. Iba tak, kvôli vyslovenému názoru.  

Cuarto Milenio (Oficial)
El cierre de Iker: Estoy harto de tener que hacer cosas excitantes

Cuarto Milenio (Oficial)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 8:58


Esta semana, Iker Jiménez ha dedicado su ya mítico ‘Cierre’ a la rutina: “Iba yo, como cada miércoles, a jugar al fútbol con mis amigos vestido con mi camiseta de Uruguay 1980 y me viene un uruguayo y me dice ‘te doy un bitcoin por ella’, a lo que les respondí que no”. Esta misma situación le ha pasado en varias ocasiones con otras camisetas de fútbol, a lo que siempre ha respondido que no, el presentador de ‘Cuarto milenio’ es un ser de rutinas, de costumbres. “A veces uno dice madre mía, ahora me doy cuenta de lo maravillosa que era mi rutina, mi programación, estoy harto del ruido constante que me obliga a hacer cosas cambiantes y excitantes, estoy harto, porque cuando yo soy de verdad feliz es con mis pequeñas grandes cosas”. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Defenders of Business Value
How To Sell a Play It Again Sports Franchise, with Scott Ward, Former Play It Again Sports Franchisee

Defenders of Business Value

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 41:02


On this episode of the How to Sell a Business podcast, host Ed Mysogland welcomed former multi-store Play It Again Sports franchisee Scott Ward to discuss his journey from opening the business to a successful sale. Scott discussed how he developed some of his team members into business owners in their own right, lessons in the exit process, managing employees during the sale, recommendations for other Play It Again Sports franchisees planning their exit, and much more. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced and broadcast by the North Fulton Studio of Business RadioX® in Atlanta. Scott Ward Scott Ward is a veteran of over 25 years of owning businesses. Successfully representing and consulting other business owners in lease negotiations in the technology, creative media, retail, and manufacturing industries, Scott's unique perspective keeps in mind the owner/tenant's long-term cash flow needs as a catalyst for the future health of his client's company. Scott is the author of Scabs, Scars and Pots O'Gold: True-Life Stories of a Successful Franchisee, available here. Examples of Scott's work include a young tech company expanding for the first time and helping to enable its current growth to include private and government clients worldwide. An industrial cabinet manufacturer successfully expanding to handle over 40 percent growth. Media agencies that need flexibility in their space to address the demands of sudden surges or shrinkage in client needs. And retail/franchise situations that come with issues of territory, visibility, and access.  Scott has mentored five former employees to own their own businesses and applies these techniques in formulating winning space solutions for his clients. Scott's contacts and involvement in citywide groups give him an innovative perspective on trends in traffic, population, education, and economics. He is part of enabling organizations throughout metro Atlanta in realizing their missions by serving on boards or as an officer in Rotary International (Treasurer/International Director), The Chattahoochee Nature Center Board, The North Fulton Chamber of Commerce, Scouts BSA (adult training), Toastmasters International, The Georgia Production Partnership (membership, industry relations, and governmental relations) and Atlanta Theatre to Go Board. He is also a member of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors. Scott is a graduate of the University of Florida. Scott is also a public speaker and presentation coach. He loves fly fishing, and sailing and has been known to swing a golf club or two! His family's accomplishments overwhelm him with pride. If you would like to share a coffee please reach out! LinkedIn Ed Mysogland, Host of How To Sell a Business PodcasThe How To Sell a Business Podcast combines 30 years of exit planning, valuation, and exit execution working with business owners. Ed Mysogland has a mission and vision to help business owners understand the value of their business and what makes it salable. Most of the small business owner's net worth is locked in the company; to unlock it, a business owner has to sell it. Unfortunately, the odds are against business owners that they won't be able to sell their companies because they don't know what creates a saleable asset. Ed interviews battle-tested experts who help business owners prepare, build, preserve, and one-day transfer value with the sale of the business for maximum value. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.  The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a full archive can be found here. Ed is the Managing Partner of Indiana Business Advisors. He guides the development of the organization, its knowledge strategy, and the IBA initiative, which is to continue to be Indiana's premier business brokerage by bringing investment-banker-caliber of transactional advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Over the last 29 years, Ed has been appraising and providing pre-sale consulting services for small and medium-size privately-held businesses as part of the brokerage process. He has worked with entrepreneurs of every pedigree and offers a unique insight into consulting with them toward a successful outcome. Connect with Ed: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook

Conversations About Art
104. Hoor Al Qasimi

Conversations About Art

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 55:37


This week on my podcast “Conversations About Art” I spoke with Hoor Al Qasimi, President and Director of Sharjah Art Foundation, a curator who established the Foundation in 2009 as a catalyst and advocate for the arts, not only in Sharjah, UAE, but also in the region and across the world. With a passion for supporting experimentation and innovation in the arts, Al Qasimi has continuously expanded the scope of the Foundation to include major international touring exhibitions; artist and curator residencies in visual art, film and music; commissions and production grants for emerging artists; publications and publication grants; performance and film festivals; architectural research and restoration; and a wide range of educational programming in Sharjah for both children and adults. In 2003, Al Qasimi co-curated Sharjah Biennial 6 and has remained Biennial Director ever since. She is currently curating the upcoming Sharjah Biennial 15: Thinking Historically in the Present (2023). Under her leadership, Sharjah Biennial has become an internationally recognised platform for contemporary artists, curators and cultural producers. Her leadership in the field led to her election as President of the International Biennial Association (IBA) in 2017, an appointment that transferred IBA's headquarters to Sharjah. In addition to her role at the Foundation, Al Qasimi also serves as the President of The Africa Institute and President and Director of the Sharjah Architectural Triennial, which inaugurated its first edition in November 2019. She and I spoke about chance moments, the history of the place, the Africa Institute, “thinking historically in the present”, not rushing, decentralizing, doing less, telling you own history, not pursuing things that don't work, and counting experiences!

The Veterinarian Success Podcast
#163 Isolde Baylor, DVM - When in Doubt Take the Picture

The Veterinarian Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 54:39


In this episode, I'm joined by Isolde "Iba" Baylor, DVM, who is a practicing veterinarian and owner of Images by Iba. We discuss her journey within veterinary medicine and her passion for photography, why that matters, and the impacts seen and unseen. Her background and interest in photography.The power of networking both inside and outside of veterinary medicine. Her experiences and stories of taking photos in veterinary settings and conferences.The power of mentorship.How confidence comes from the eyes - and the ability of great photos to tell a story.Thoughts on tips for better telemedicine that are rarely discussed. And so much more!Dr. Baylor's LinkedInOur Sponsors GuardianVets (be sure if you reach out to mention us for 50% off your first month) VetCheck Pet Urgent Care Center Franchise

Defenders of Business Value
Introduction to "How To Sell a Business Podcast"

Defenders of Business Value

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 4:17


Host Ed Mysogland welcomes listeners to the How To Sell a Business Podcast. The podcast is in season two, and Ed explained why it was rebranded after season one from Defenders of Business Value. Ed discussed what the podcast will focus on, who it speaks to, and more. How To Sell a Business Podcast is produced and broadcast by the North Fulton Studio of Business RadioX® in Atlanta. Ed Mysogland, Host of How To Sell a Business Podcast The How To Sell a Business Podcast combines 30 years of exit planning, valuation, and exit execution working with business owners. Ed Mysogland has a mission and vision to help business owners understand the value of their business and what makes it salable. Most of the small business owner's net worth is locked in the company; to unlock it, a business owner has to sell it. Unfortunately, the odds are against business owners that they won't be able to sell their companies because they don't know what creates a saleable asset. Ed interviews battle-tested experts who help business owners prepare, build, preserve, and one-day transfer value with the sale of the business for maximum value. How To Sell a Business is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.  The show can be found on all the major podcast apps and a full archive can be found here. Ed is the Managing Partner of Indiana Business Advisors. He guides the development of the organization, its knowledge strategy, and the IBA initiative, which is to continue to be Indiana's premier business brokerage by bringing investment-banker-caliber of transactional advisory services to small and mid-sized businesses. Over the last 29 years, Ed has been appraising and providing pre-sale consulting services for small and medium-size privately-held businesses as part of the brokerage process. He has worked with entrepreneurs of every pedigree and offers a unique insight into consulting with them toward a successful outcome. Connect with Ed: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook

Wash Talk: The Carwash Podcast
Episode 139: Exec. Series — Coinless

Wash Talk: The Carwash Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 28:04


Shane Larson, co-founder of Coinless, discusses his company's point-of-sale mobile app solutions for self-serve and in-bay automatic (IBA) carwashes.

Radio Brews News
Brews News Week #397 IBA Gets Rich

Radio Brews News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 63:42


This week the team discuss new board members at IBA and keg pooling grows. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! New Board Members at IBA Keg pooling grows as Konvoy signs Lion Seltzer Flavours Recalled ABAC Releases Social Media Compliance Audit Data Check out the Brewery Pro Podcast. Our partners Rallings Labels and Stickers - Leading provider of high quality Labels, Stickers and Packaging products. Call 1300 852 235. HPA - Australia's leading hop grower offers a huge range of Aussie, international and innovative hop products that can help breweries of all sizes become more efficient, more sustainable, and more profitable. Bluestone Yeast - Bluestone yeast has you covered. You can reach out to them at info@bluestoneyeast.com.au or call Derek on (03) 8518 3172 and talk all things yeast. Brews News Business Directory - The place to advertise brewing ingredients, equipment, services and and more from Australia and abroad. Brews News Brewer Database Check out our other podcast Brewery Pro. If you like what we do at Radio Brews News you can help us out by: Sponsoring the show Reviewing us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your favourite podcasting service Emailing us at producer@brewsnews.com.au to share your thoughts

Pravda
Fico je formálne čistý. Pomôže mu to k navráteniu dôvery?

Pravda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 24:05


Iba niekoľko desiatok minút po príhovore prezidentky Zuzany Čaputovej o stave republiky, v ktorom sa nepriamo venovala aj vyšetrovaniu káuz predstaviteľov bývalej garnitúry sa verejnosť z úst vedenia Generálnej prokuratúry dozvedela o zrušení obvinení šéfa Smeru Roberta Fica a ďalších v kauze Súmrak prostredníctvom paragrafu 363.  Čo toto rozhodnutie znamená pre dôveru v spravodlivosť? A ako ovplyvní politické dianie v krajine? V podcaste denníka Pravda odpovedá politológ Jozef Lenč. #pocuvajtepravdu

The Linya-Linya Show
212: 22 w/ a Fellow-22 ft. Mica Gammad

The Linya-Linya Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 36:23


Isa sa mga paborito naming segments ang 22 w/ a Fellow-22. Simple ang layunin: Ang mga nakikinig, sila naman ngayon ang pakikinggan natin. Iba't ibang linya, kwento, at pananaw sa buhay na nakakatawa at nakakatuwa. Sa episode na ‘to, kasama natin ang De La Salle-Lipa graduate, community organizer, at mutya ng Batangas turned Ms. Sydney na si Mica Gammad – BOOM! Very rich ang naging kwentuhan naming nasimula sa Pavlova at Meringue, papuntang buhay Aussie, enjoying the hustle, having that 100% drive magpursigi para sa pangarap appreciating where you are, and creating a life worth living. Keep learning, keep growing, and listen up, yo!

BirdNote
The Avocets of Bolivar Flats

BirdNote

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 1:43


The shallow waters and wide mudflats of the Bolivar Flats Shorebird Sanctuary northeast of Galveston, Texas, are alive with thousands of gulls, terns, and shorebirds. American Avocets are often among the most abundant birds, with 5,000 or more here most winters. The avocets have sensitive bills that curve upward. As they wade, they sweep their heads back and forth and snap up the tiny crustaceans that touch their bills. This tactile feeding method is unique among the birds here. The Bolivar Peninsula is famous for its big flocks of water birds and concentrations of migrating songbirds. Both National Audubon and American Bird Conservancy have designated it an Important Bird Area, or IBA. More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.

Noticias de América
La decisión de México de suspender la cumbre de la Alianza del Pacífico, ‘¿un capricho?'

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 2:02


El presidente de México, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, informó este martes que la cumbre de la Alianza del Pacífico, prevista para esta semana en su país, se suspendió debido a que el Congreso peruano no autorizó la asistencia del mandatario Pedro Castillo. Para el politólogo Carlos Ronzón, se trata de una decisión ideológica del mandatario en defensa de sus “amigos”. El presidente de Perú, Pedro Castillo, dijo el martes que está dispuesto a acoger la cumbre de la Alianza del Pacífico, como sugirió su homólogo mexicano, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, luego de que este suspendiera la cita del próximo viernes en su país, por la negativa del Congreso peruano de autorizar la asistencia de su mandatario al encuentro regional, ya que actualmente es investigado por presunta corrupción. Perú debe recibir la presidencia pro témpore del colectivo, que ejercerá por un año a partir del 1° de enero de 2023. La ausencia de Castillo impide esa entrega del mando, según López Obrador, lo que estima justifica su cancelación.  “Es un mensaje negativo de parte de México porque si bien le preocupa su amigo, el presidente de Perú, es una grosería para todos los demás países que sí han confirmado que sí van a venir”, sostiene Carlos Ronzón, analista político en el estado de Veracruz. “Iba a ser además la primera vez que su gobierno sería sede de un evento internacional que para atender el asunto de la cuenca del Pacífico”, recalca. Ronzón no ve fundada la decisión del Gobierno de México de suspender la cita. “No lo justifica porque esos organismos precisamente, tienen, en caso de eventualidad, como cuando un presidente no puede asistir, va su ministro de Relaciones Exteriores o un representante del Gobierno que es que recibe la presidencia post témpore que es la misma que va a compartir con otros países de Latinoamérica. El mensaje de parte de México es negativo, que quede claro que la mayoría de los mexicanos no compartimos esa visión”, asegura. Ahora, ¿en qué medida puede considerarse la decisión del presidente mexicano de injerencia en un país extranjero? “Es una injerencia en el sentido de que pone la misma tesitura que utilizó en la Cumbre de las Américas. ‘Ah, no invitaste a nuestros amiguitos de Cuba, de Venezuela… Entonces yo no voy'. Es el mismo capricho. Es una posición ideológica suya, totalmente contraria a la política exterior mexicana. Es una posición ideológica del grupo de países y gobernantes que integran el Foro de Sao Paulo. Es totalmente injerencista y una defensa a ultranza, como lo hizo con Evo Morales, con el régimen de Nicaragua y otros más”, enfatiza Carlos Ronzón. La Alianza del Pacífico (AP) nació en 2011 para la integración regional. Actualmente la integran cuatro países: Chile, Colombia, México y Perú, unidos, reúnen el 40 % del Producto Interno Bruto de América Latina. 

New Books Network
Robert J. Savage, "Northern Ireland, the BBC, and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain, 1979-1990" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:27


Robert J. Savage is a professor in the Boston College History Department and served as one of the directors of the University's Irish Studies program for close to twenty years. He has been awarded Visiting Fellowships at Trinity College, Dublin, the University of Edinburgh, Queen's University, Belfast and the University of Galway. Savage's publications explore contemporary Irish and British history and include The BBC's Irish Troubles: Television, Conflict and Northern Ireland (2015) short listed for the Ewart-Biggs Literary Award; A Loss of Innocence? Television and Irish Society 1960-1972, (2010) winner of the James S. Donnelly Sr. Book Prize from the American Conference for Irish Studies and Sean Lemass, a biography (2014). In this interview, he discusses his new book Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain (Oxford University Press, 2022), which explores issues of censorship, paramilitary violence and British and international politics in the 1980s. Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain is a study of how the Northern Ireland conflict was presented to an increasingly global audience during the premiership of Britain's 'Iron Lady', Margaret Thatcher. It addresses the tensions that characterized the relationship between the broadcast media and the Thatcher Government throughout the 1980s. Savage explores how that tension worked its way into decisions made by managers, editors, and reporters addressing a conflict that seemed insoluble. Margaret Thatcher mistrusted the broadcast media, especially the BBC, believing it had a left-wing bias that was hostile to her interests and policies. This was especially true of the broadcast media's reporting about Northern Ireland. She regarded investigative reporting that explored the roots of republican violence in the region or coverage critical of her government's initiatives as undermining the rule of law, and thereby providing terrorists with what she termed the 'oxygen of publicity'. She followed in the footsteps of the Labour Government that proceeded her by threatening and bullying both the BBC and IBA, promising that the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act would be deployed to punish journalists that came into contact with the IRA. Although both networks continued to offer compelling news and current affairs programming, the tactics of her government produced considerable success. Wary of direct government intervention, both networks encouraged a remarkable degree of self-censorship when addressing 'the Troubles'. Regardless, by 1988, the Thatcher Government, unhappy with criticism of its policies, took the extraordinary step of imposing formal censorship on the British broadcast media. The infamous 'broadcasting ban' lasted six years, successfully silencing the voices of Irish republicans while tarnishing the reputation of the United Kingdom as a leading global democracy. Aidan Beatty is a historian at the Frederick Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Journalism
Robert J. Savage, "Northern Ireland, the BBC, and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain, 1979-1990" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Journalism

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:27


Robert J. Savage is a professor in the Boston College History Department and served as one of the directors of the University's Irish Studies program for close to twenty years. He has been awarded Visiting Fellowships at Trinity College, Dublin, the University of Edinburgh, Queen's University, Belfast and the University of Galway. Savage's publications explore contemporary Irish and British history and include The BBC's Irish Troubles: Television, Conflict and Northern Ireland (2015) short listed for the Ewart-Biggs Literary Award; A Loss of Innocence? Television and Irish Society 1960-1972, (2010) winner of the James S. Donnelly Sr. Book Prize from the American Conference for Irish Studies and Sean Lemass, a biography (2014). In this interview, he discusses his new book Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain (Oxford University Press, 2022), which explores issues of censorship, paramilitary violence and British and international politics in the 1980s. Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain is a study of how the Northern Ireland conflict was presented to an increasingly global audience during the premiership of Britain's 'Iron Lady', Margaret Thatcher. It addresses the tensions that characterized the relationship between the broadcast media and the Thatcher Government throughout the 1980s. Savage explores how that tension worked its way into decisions made by managers, editors, and reporters addressing a conflict that seemed insoluble. Margaret Thatcher mistrusted the broadcast media, especially the BBC, believing it had a left-wing bias that was hostile to her interests and policies. This was especially true of the broadcast media's reporting about Northern Ireland. She regarded investigative reporting that explored the roots of republican violence in the region or coverage critical of her government's initiatives as undermining the rule of law, and thereby providing terrorists with what she termed the 'oxygen of publicity'. She followed in the footsteps of the Labour Government that proceeded her by threatening and bullying both the BBC and IBA, promising that the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act would be deployed to punish journalists that came into contact with the IRA. Although both networks continued to offer compelling news and current affairs programming, the tactics of her government produced considerable success. Wary of direct government intervention, both networks encouraged a remarkable degree of self-censorship when addressing 'the Troubles'. Regardless, by 1988, the Thatcher Government, unhappy with criticism of its policies, took the extraordinary step of imposing formal censorship on the British broadcast media. The infamous 'broadcasting ban' lasted six years, successfully silencing the voices of Irish republicans while tarnishing the reputation of the United Kingdom as a leading global democracy. Aidan Beatty is a historian at the Frederick Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/journalism

New Books in Communications
Robert J. Savage, "Northern Ireland, the BBC, and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain, 1979-1990" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:27


Robert J. Savage is a professor in the Boston College History Department and served as one of the directors of the University's Irish Studies program for close to twenty years. He has been awarded Visiting Fellowships at Trinity College, Dublin, the University of Edinburgh, Queen's University, Belfast and the University of Galway. Savage's publications explore contemporary Irish and British history and include The BBC's Irish Troubles: Television, Conflict and Northern Ireland (2015) short listed for the Ewart-Biggs Literary Award; A Loss of Innocence? Television and Irish Society 1960-1972, (2010) winner of the James S. Donnelly Sr. Book Prize from the American Conference for Irish Studies and Sean Lemass, a biography (2014). In this interview, he discusses his new book Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain (Oxford University Press, 2022), which explores issues of censorship, paramilitary violence and British and international politics in the 1980s. Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain is a study of how the Northern Ireland conflict was presented to an increasingly global audience during the premiership of Britain's 'Iron Lady', Margaret Thatcher. It addresses the tensions that characterized the relationship between the broadcast media and the Thatcher Government throughout the 1980s. Savage explores how that tension worked its way into decisions made by managers, editors, and reporters addressing a conflict that seemed insoluble. Margaret Thatcher mistrusted the broadcast media, especially the BBC, believing it had a left-wing bias that was hostile to her interests and policies. This was especially true of the broadcast media's reporting about Northern Ireland. She regarded investigative reporting that explored the roots of republican violence in the region or coverage critical of her government's initiatives as undermining the rule of law, and thereby providing terrorists with what she termed the 'oxygen of publicity'. She followed in the footsteps of the Labour Government that proceeded her by threatening and bullying both the BBC and IBA, promising that the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act would be deployed to punish journalists that came into contact with the IRA. Although both networks continued to offer compelling news and current affairs programming, the tactics of her government produced considerable success. Wary of direct government intervention, both networks encouraged a remarkable degree of self-censorship when addressing 'the Troubles'. Regardless, by 1988, the Thatcher Government, unhappy with criticism of its policies, took the extraordinary step of imposing formal censorship on the British broadcast media. The infamous 'broadcasting ban' lasted six years, successfully silencing the voices of Irish republicans while tarnishing the reputation of the United Kingdom as a leading global democracy. Aidan Beatty is a historian at the Frederick Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books in European Studies
Robert J. Savage, "Northern Ireland, the BBC, and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain, 1979-1990" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:27


Robert J. Savage is a professor in the Boston College History Department and served as one of the directors of the University's Irish Studies program for close to twenty years. He has been awarded Visiting Fellowships at Trinity College, Dublin, the University of Edinburgh, Queen's University, Belfast and the University of Galway. Savage's publications explore contemporary Irish and British history and include The BBC's Irish Troubles: Television, Conflict and Northern Ireland (2015) short listed for the Ewart-Biggs Literary Award; A Loss of Innocence? Television and Irish Society 1960-1972, (2010) winner of the James S. Donnelly Sr. Book Prize from the American Conference for Irish Studies and Sean Lemass, a biography (2014). In this interview, he discusses his new book Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain (Oxford University Press, 2022), which explores issues of censorship, paramilitary violence and British and international politics in the 1980s. Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain is a study of how the Northern Ireland conflict was presented to an increasingly global audience during the premiership of Britain's 'Iron Lady', Margaret Thatcher. It addresses the tensions that characterized the relationship between the broadcast media and the Thatcher Government throughout the 1980s. Savage explores how that tension worked its way into decisions made by managers, editors, and reporters addressing a conflict that seemed insoluble. Margaret Thatcher mistrusted the broadcast media, especially the BBC, believing it had a left-wing bias that was hostile to her interests and policies. This was especially true of the broadcast media's reporting about Northern Ireland. She regarded investigative reporting that explored the roots of republican violence in the region or coverage critical of her government's initiatives as undermining the rule of law, and thereby providing terrorists with what she termed the 'oxygen of publicity'. She followed in the footsteps of the Labour Government that proceeded her by threatening and bullying both the BBC and IBA, promising that the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act would be deployed to punish journalists that came into contact with the IRA. Although both networks continued to offer compelling news and current affairs programming, the tactics of her government produced considerable success. Wary of direct government intervention, both networks encouraged a remarkable degree of self-censorship when addressing 'the Troubles'. Regardless, by 1988, the Thatcher Government, unhappy with criticism of its policies, took the extraordinary step of imposing formal censorship on the British broadcast media. The infamous 'broadcasting ban' lasted six years, successfully silencing the voices of Irish republicans while tarnishing the reputation of the United Kingdom as a leading global democracy. Aidan Beatty is a historian at the Frederick Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

New Books in Irish Studies
Robert J. Savage, "Northern Ireland, the BBC, and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain, 1979-1990" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Irish Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:27


Robert J. Savage is a professor in the Boston College History Department and served as one of the directors of the University's Irish Studies program for close to twenty years. He has been awarded Visiting Fellowships at Trinity College, Dublin, the University of Edinburgh, Queen's University, Belfast and the University of Galway. Savage's publications explore contemporary Irish and British history and include The BBC's Irish Troubles: Television, Conflict and Northern Ireland (2015) short listed for the Ewart-Biggs Literary Award; A Loss of Innocence? Television and Irish Society 1960-1972, (2010) winner of the James S. Donnelly Sr. Book Prize from the American Conference for Irish Studies and Sean Lemass, a biography (2014). In this interview, he discusses his new book Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain (Oxford University Press, 2022), which explores issues of censorship, paramilitary violence and British and international politics in the 1980s. Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain is a study of how the Northern Ireland conflict was presented to an increasingly global audience during the premiership of Britain's 'Iron Lady', Margaret Thatcher. It addresses the tensions that characterized the relationship between the broadcast media and the Thatcher Government throughout the 1980s. Savage explores how that tension worked its way into decisions made by managers, editors, and reporters addressing a conflict that seemed insoluble. Margaret Thatcher mistrusted the broadcast media, especially the BBC, believing it had a left-wing bias that was hostile to her interests and policies. This was especially true of the broadcast media's reporting about Northern Ireland. She regarded investigative reporting that explored the roots of republican violence in the region or coverage critical of her government's initiatives as undermining the rule of law, and thereby providing terrorists with what she termed the 'oxygen of publicity'. She followed in the footsteps of the Labour Government that proceeded her by threatening and bullying both the BBC and IBA, promising that the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act would be deployed to punish journalists that came into contact with the IRA. Although both networks continued to offer compelling news and current affairs programming, the tactics of her government produced considerable success. Wary of direct government intervention, both networks encouraged a remarkable degree of self-censorship when addressing 'the Troubles'. Regardless, by 1988, the Thatcher Government, unhappy with criticism of its policies, took the extraordinary step of imposing formal censorship on the British broadcast media. The infamous 'broadcasting ban' lasted six years, successfully silencing the voices of Irish republicans while tarnishing the reputation of the United Kingdom as a leading global democracy. Aidan Beatty is a historian at the Frederick Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in History
Robert J. Savage, "Northern Ireland, the BBC, and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain, 1979-1990" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:27


Robert J. Savage is a professor in the Boston College History Department and served as one of the directors of the University's Irish Studies program for close to twenty years. He has been awarded Visiting Fellowships at Trinity College, Dublin, the University of Edinburgh, Queen's University, Belfast and the University of Galway. Savage's publications explore contemporary Irish and British history and include The BBC's Irish Troubles: Television, Conflict and Northern Ireland (2015) short listed for the Ewart-Biggs Literary Award; A Loss of Innocence? Television and Irish Society 1960-1972, (2010) winner of the James S. Donnelly Sr. Book Prize from the American Conference for Irish Studies and Sean Lemass, a biography (2014). In this interview, he discusses his new book Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain (Oxford University Press, 2022), which explores issues of censorship, paramilitary violence and British and international politics in the 1980s. Northern Ireland, the BBC and Censorship in Thatcher's Britain is a study of how the Northern Ireland conflict was presented to an increasingly global audience during the premiership of Britain's 'Iron Lady', Margaret Thatcher. It addresses the tensions that characterized the relationship between the broadcast media and the Thatcher Government throughout the 1980s. Savage explores how that tension worked its way into decisions made by managers, editors, and reporters addressing a conflict that seemed insoluble. Margaret Thatcher mistrusted the broadcast media, especially the BBC, believing it had a left-wing bias that was hostile to her interests and policies. This was especially true of the broadcast media's reporting about Northern Ireland. She regarded investigative reporting that explored the roots of republican violence in the region or coverage critical of her government's initiatives as undermining the rule of law, and thereby providing terrorists with what she termed the 'oxygen of publicity'. She followed in the footsteps of the Labour Government that proceeded her by threatening and bullying both the BBC and IBA, promising that the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act would be deployed to punish journalists that came into contact with the IRA. Although both networks continued to offer compelling news and current affairs programming, the tactics of her government produced considerable success. Wary of direct government intervention, both networks encouraged a remarkable degree of self-censorship when addressing 'the Troubles'. Regardless, by 1988, the Thatcher Government, unhappy with criticism of its policies, took the extraordinary step of imposing formal censorship on the British broadcast media. The infamous 'broadcasting ban' lasted six years, successfully silencing the voices of Irish republicans while tarnishing the reputation of the United Kingdom as a leading global democracy. Aidan Beatty is a historian at the Frederick Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Business RadioX ® Network
Ed Mysogland, Indiana Business Advisors, and host of How to Sell a Business Podcast

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Ed Mysogland, Indiana Business Advisors, and host of How to Sell a Business Podcast On this episode of Business Leaders Radio, Ed Mysogland joined host John Ray to discuss his work at Indiana’s largest business brokerage. Ed discussed how Indiana Business Advisors works with business owners looking to exit, the firm’s long track record of […]

The Linya-Linya Show
207: 22 w/ a Fellow 22 ft. Jomar Jay

The Linya-Linya Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 42:59


Isa sa mga paborito naming segments ang 22 w/ a Fellow-22. Simple ang layunin: Ang mga nakikinig, sila naman ngayon ang pakikinggan natin. Iba't ibang linya, kwento, at pananaw sa buhay na nakakatawa at nakakatuwa. Sa episode na ‘to, kasama natin ang standup comic, ½ of the Buhangin Brothers Podcast, at magiting na OFW na si Jomar Jay – BOOM! Tungkol sa Pinoy podcast scene, buhay OFW sa Dubai, pasta at jacket, free dental care advice, at totoong camaraderie amongst creatives. Always floss because we all have flaws and listen up, yo!

The Bank Leader Link
THE Key Benefit and Protection That All Banks Need - Listen Today!

The Bank Leader Link

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 27:45


Join our trusted advisors Mike Mahorney, Senior Trust Advisor with the Illinois Bankers Group Insurance Trust, and Adam Walsh, Vice President of the Illinois Bankers Insurance Services, as they engage with host Randy Hultgren in a robust discussion covering our wide array of insurance offerings. Whether you are looking for staff, director, or institution coverage, the IBA offers a solution to make sure that your staff and facilities are covered against all threats and risks.

La Radio de la República
¿QUÉ PASÓ AHÍ?

La Radio de la República

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 28:26


Señora bonita. Amigo amo de casa. ¡YA ES MIÉRCOLES! Ombliguito de semana y Día de Muertos y cuando el reloj marca la una, la desinformadera sale de su tumba. Pare la oreja, súbale a su radito porque estas son las noticias:-¿ENTONCES DE QUÉ SE TRATA?… 9 de cada 10 mexicanos respaldan reforma electoral de AMLO, según encuesta del INE-¿NO QUE NO ERA PARA TANTO?… Secretaría de Comunicaciones dijo que no había tos con el hackeo pero suspende trámites hasta el 2023… Achis, achis.-YA NO LE PERDONAN NI UNA… Increpan a Fernandez Noroña en un City Marke y no lo bajan de hipócrita… Iba por jabón y ya no pudo, ahí para la otra.-Y EN LA MAÑANERA… ¡No hubo mañanera! Qué apretada agenda… quién fuera el presi para descansar de descansar.Completamente en vivo y en directo. De Grupo Fórmula transmitiendo a todo México y al más allá. Abriendo la conversación. Cerrando el camposanto. Llegó el ramito de cempasúchil, la calaca no tan flaca, el pan de muerto más vivo… Chumel Torres.

Audio Devocional

«Porque en Cristo Jesús nada valen la circuncisión ni la incircuncisión, sino la fe que obra por el amor» (Gálatas 5:6) Antes me preguntaba: ¿por qué los creyentes no experimentábamos más del poder de Dios entre nosotros? Con lo que sabíamos de la fe y de la Palabra, me parecía que debíamos estar viendo más señales, más prodigios y más milagros. Así que un día le pregunté al Señor: «Señor, ¿por qué no presenciamos el poder de Dios en la Iglesia con más frecuencia?». ¿Sabes lo que me respondió? Me dijo que la razón era que aún no caminábamos lo suficiente en amor. Dios quiere que tengamos poder. Pero, primero Él debe asegurarse de que utilizaremos ese poder en amor y no lo mezclaremos con la condenación y la crítica para juzgar a los demás con rigor. “Kenneth”, me dijo el Señor, “no puedo respaldar tus palabras con Mi poder en el servicio del domingo por la mañana, si más tarde insultarás a alguien porque se atravesó en el carril de la autopista. Seguramente lo harías volar en mil pedazos. No puedo permitir que el poder del Dios todopoderoso brote con tal magnitud de la boca de un necio sin misericordia”. Luego, el Señor me recordó la vez que llevé a mi hijo John de cacería. En ese entonces John era lo suficientemente grande como para evitar que el arma lo tirara de espaldas cada vez que apretaba el gatillo. Yo estaba enseñándole a disparar, y él lo hacía muy bien. Ese día íbamos caminando por la granja de los abuelos de Gloria, y John observó una de las arañas más grandes que yo alguna vez hubiera visto. Iba subiendo por la pared del granero. Al descubrirla, John le apuntó con la escopeta. Si yo no lo hubiera detenido, él le habría disparado. No pensó que como consecuencia haría un gran agujero en la pared del granero. Desde mi perspectiva de adulto sabía que eso era una tontería, pero John no podía entenderlo porque miraba todo desde su perspectiva de niño. ¿Quieres que Dios te ponga una escopeta de poder espiritual en tu mano para que hagas volar en mil pedazos las obras del diablo? Entonces, enfócate en el amor. Búscalo. Practícalo. Estúdialo. Crece en él. Luego, verás el poder de Dios obrando a través de ti. Lectura bíblica: Romanos 13:8-14   © 1997 – 2019 Eagle Mountain International Church Inc., también conocida como Ministerios Kenneth Copeland / Kenneth Copeland Ministries. Todos los derechos reservados.

La Jaula
Chismes Recientes de la Internet

La Jaula

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 109:03


Iba a ser Consejería, pero Perry y Alex se distrajeron con algunos temas que se han dado recientemente en redes...

The Linya-Linya Show
202: 22 w/ a Fellow-22 ft. Jed Violeta

The Linya-Linya Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 36:16


Isa sa mga paborito naming segments ang 22 w/ a Fellow-22. Simple ang layunin: Ang mga nakikinig, sila naman ngayon ang pakikinggan natin (in around 22 mins hehe). Iba't ibang linya, kwento, at pananaw sa buhay na nakakatawa at nakakatuwa. Sa episode na ‘to, kasama natin ang isa sa mga pinakabibo pero pinakamalalim na Fellow-22 out there, isang IT at financial advisor na wagas magmahal, si Jed Violeta – BOOM! Mula text clans, pag-ipon at pag-enjoy ng pera, investments (financial at emotional), hanggang sa totoong kwentong buhay ni mareng Adele – malupit na nga sa saya at tawanan ang kwentuhan, nakakuha pa tayo ng libreng financial advice! Listen up, yo!