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Best podcasts about indagare

Latest podcast episodes about indagare

Indagare Global Conversations
Gay Gassmann, Art Historian and Architectural Digest Contributing Writer: An American in Paris

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 31:17


What's it really like to be an American in Paris? Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with Gay Gassmann about seeing the world (and the City of Light) through an expat's lens and how travel, her career, (and her combined passions) have intertwined at the nexus of art and collecting, design and fashion. Plus, her favorite parts of the city and the best design cities beyond Paris—including Tokyo, Kyoto, Antwerp, Marrakech, Venice and more.

Indagare Global Conversations
Alison Levine, Leadership expert, polar explorer and mountaineer: Climb Every Mountain

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 49:12


How do you work through your greatest fears so you can make it to the top of the mountain (and not let your failures define you)?  Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with mountaineer Alison Levine about the incredible places she's been, completing the adventurer's grand slam: climbing the seven summits and skiing to both the North and South Poles; plus, life lessons learned along the way—and why going backward doesn't mean you're not making progress.

Indagare Global Conversations
Melissa Biggs Bradley, Indagare CEO and author of Safari Style: Wild Kingdom

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 50:45


Why does unplugging in the bush return you to your more primitive senses and enable you to hear your inner voice? Indagare founder Melissa Biggs Bradley and Simone Girner discuss Melissa's lifetime of safari experiences and her new book Safari Style, which showcases the design and conservation innovations of some of her favorite safari camps across seven African countries. Plus, how to plan a safari (and what to pack), her most memorable wildlife encounters—and why standing still (and staying quiet) may sometimes be the best advice.

Indagare Global Conversations
Teesa Bahana, Director of 32° East, Ugandan Arts Trust: The Art of Self-Expression

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 35:48


Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with Teesa Bahana about her non-profit work in Africa—building community and social change through contemporary art—what it means to have the freedom to express yourself (and why making art accessible matters). Plus, how to not be afraid of failure and why travel can transform the way you live and show you that there are other ways to be. https://ugandanartstrust.org/ 

Indagare Global Conversations
Patrick Robinson, Fashion Designer: A Passion for (Sustainable) Fashion

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 46:30


How do you find meaning in the work you do and leave your mark on the world? Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with fashion designer Patrick Robinson about what it means to have a connection to the clothes we wear (and the people behind them), his journey from early days with Giorgio Armani to his sustainable brand Paskho and building a marketplace for makers across America. Plus, how to shop sustainably, break bad habits and support local communities; why travel helps unlock creativity and much more.https://paskho.com/ 

Indagare Global Conversations
Becky Diamond, Video Journalist: Tales from the War Zone

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 48:05


Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with war correspondent Becky Diamond about how her passion for journalism came through travel, reporting from the frontlines in Afghanistan and Iraq, her passion (and her favorite places) in the Middle East. Plus, finding flow and living in the present—and the ways travel builds resilience and gratitude you won't forget.  https://www.womenforwomen.org/  https://www.rescue.org/

Indagare Global Conversations
Fabien Cousteau, Aquanaut, Conservationist and Filmmaker: Journey to the Bottom of the Sea

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 46:18


What are the small steps we can take to protect the planet and its oceans for future generations? Melissa Biggs Bradley sits down with aquanaut and filmmaker Fabien Cousteau to talk about his underwater adventures, his passion for sharks(!), ocean conservation and his latest project Proteus—and why travel is the best classroom for life. https://www.fabiencousteauolc.org/

Indagare Global Conversations
Inès de la Fressange, Fashion Designer and Roger Vivier Ambassador: Defining French Style

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 37:00


Melissa Biggs Bradley sits down with style icon, author, Roger Vivier ambassador, and designer Inès de la Fressange to talk about the evolution of Parisian style, what makes fashion “timeless,” the beauty of simple things (and her latest clothing line), why taking risks matters and much more. https://www.rogervivier.com/ 

Indagare Global Conversations
Dawn Davis, Bon Appetit Editor: A Taste for Travel

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 38:48


How can food help you discover the essence of a place—and be a conduit for memories? Melissa Biggs Bradley finds out when she sits down with Bon Appetit's Dawn Davis. They also discuss the magical chaos of New York in the rain, their mutual love for Africa, what it really means to eat like a local, the pleasures of planning a trip around food—and why taking chances is easier when you're someplace else.https://www.bonappetit.com/

MT Nesters Podcast
Traveling safely in 2021 and beyond

MT Nesters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 50:45


The ins and outs of navigating travel for 2021 and beyond. What countries should you visit and what can you expect? How can you stay healthy and what do you do if you should get sick?  What if you test positive for Covid while away? What insurance do I need to protect my investment? Questions like these and many more will be discussed during this podcast. Melissa Biggs Bradley Founder of Indagare.com, an innovative digital travel company Dr Scott Weisenberg NYU Langone Infectious Disease Specialist Shannon Lofdahl President of Travelex Insurance Services Karisa Cernera Senior Manager, Travel Services at Redpoint Resolutions

Indagare Global Conversations
Travel Experts Talk: Trips of a Lifetime

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 44:56


Whether you're a “first returner,” a trailblazer or you're dreaming about traveling again, this one's for you: Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with four top travel experts about the trips to take now, the destinations on their wish lists—from Rwanda to Paris, Greece, Uzbekistan and beyond. Plus, their travel strategies, Covid's impact on travel, silver linings and much more.

Business Unveiled: Expert Tips and Secrets from Top Creative Industry Professionals

The world is changing. The economy is shifting, social media has changed the way we communicate and technology has made everything more accessible. As entrepreneurs and business owners in today's society - you have to be able to change with it or get left behind.  Building a brand is no easy task, and it can be even tougher when the economy changes. It's important to look at branding from an entrepreneurial perspective by identifying your target audience and creating a message that resonates with that client avatar.  I'm so excited to share today's guest Deb Gabor, CEO and founder of Sol Marketing who will be sharing with us what irrational loyalty is, how the best brands in the world create irrational royalty and the key to rapid and focused scaling for growth organizations. Main Topics: The Definition of Irrational Loyalty How the best brands in the world create Irrational Loyalty The key to rapid and focused scaling for growth organizations Key Takeaways: Understand how to "hack" Maslow's hierarchy to grow your brand Learn about the power of the Ideal Customer Archetype and how that provides relentless focus as organizations grow Unlock the Three Questions every brand needs to ask in order to become one of the Best Brands in the World  More About Our Guest: “Leading Expert" doesn't come close to describing Deb Gabor's passion for brands. More accurate? Brand Guru. Brand Impresario. Brand ​Evangelist​. She's written the book on branding (twice!) with bestsellers ​Branding is Sex​ and ​Irrational Loyalty​. She's the founder and CEO of​ ​Sol Marketing​, a strategy-led marketing firm obsessed with solving major business and branding problems for clients in every industry. Companies throughout the world use Deb's Brand Values Pyramid, Ideal Customer Archetype, and “Brand Swagger Questions” to align their teams and articulate their brands to audiences. Deb and her team at Sol Marketing have introduced her revolutionary brand strategy for organizations ranging from international household names like Allrecipes, The Associated Press, Dell, Microsoft, NBC Universal, NPR, NTT Data, and Siemens, to exciting emerging brands like hint water and Indagare. Deb also lends her brand authority with frequent contributions and commentary to major news outlets such as Entrepreneur, Forbes, FORTUNE, Inc., MediaPost, New York Times, NPR, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. Business and marketing organizations regularly call on Deb as a keynote speaker and workshop leader, relying on her as an inspiration for executives to embrace the power of branding to create Marketing That Sells. 

Nexus Arcanum
S02 E10 - APPROPRIAZIONE CULTURALE ED ETICA DI TRASPOSIZIONE

Nexus Arcanum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021 60:19


Continuiamo, e concludiamo, il discorso iniziato con il podcast precedente riguardo il legame fra l'esoterismo occidentale e l'appropriazione culturale, concentrandoci in questo caso sulla legittimità della curiosità del mago, che è naturale desideri integrare nuove techné nella propria opera: come fare, quindi, a soddisfare tale istinto, e al contempo rispettare la Tradizione, la cultura e la società? Negli aspetti etici, si intrecciano sempre storia, politica e istinti umani, fra i quali il mago si trova a doversi muovere. E' possibile decostruire la pratica della Nganga del Palo e ricostruirla secondo i principi dell'Ermetismo? Ciò che fa la Chaos Magick è legittimo, e se sì entro quali termini e con quali limiti? Indagare tecniche estranee alla magia della propria area culturale è un importante esercizio intellettuale, soprattutto per scoprire degli equivalenti nascosti al fine di rintracciarli e integrarli nella propria pratica. Viviamo in una continua privazione (o mutilazione?) della Tradizione autoctona: è dunque importante osservarla con occhio critico e curioso quanto si fa con Tradizioni lontane. Ma qual è il limite della rispettosa legittimità? +++ I NOSTRI CONTATTI Nexus Arcanum Facebook Instagram Sito web Tik Tok: @nexus_arcanum Email: info@nexusarcanum.it Bones Chronicles Instagram Sito web Vuoi sostenere il nostro progetto offrendoci un caffé? Ko-fi! +++ MUSICA Intro: Golden reflection of the sun, by Vlad Gluschenko Background music: all tracks by Alexander Nakarada Outro: Leaving for Valhalla by Alexander Nakarada

Indagare Global Conversations
(Listen Again) Sonu Shivdasani, Eco-Luxury Pioneer: Sustaining Paradise

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 45:38


Sonu Shivdasani is the co-founder of Soneva Resorts and founder and former CEO of Six Senses and one of the leading pioneers of sustainability and barefoot luxury travel in the Maldives. He talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about his passion for the island nation, his latest projects, why Slow Travel matters more than ever, his favorite destinations and much more. https://soneva.com/

Indagare Global Conversations
(Listen Again) Conor Knighton, Author and Correspondent: Exploring America's National Parks

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 42:57


Melissa Biggs Bradley sits down with the Emmy-winning CBS Sunday Morning correspondent and author of Leave Only Footprints: My Acadia-to-Zion Journey Through Every National Park and learns what it's like to visit all 59 U.S. National Parks (and why your visits matter), why the great American road trip has never been easier, how you know travel is part of your life story and more. http://www.conorknighton.com

Indagare Global Conversations
(Listen Again) Hotelier Meryanne Loum-Martin: For the Love of Marrakech

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 43:57


From the garden of her Morocco hotel Jnane Tamsna, author and Morocco's only black hotelier, Meryanne Loum-Martin talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about growing up as a Senegalese diplomat's daughter, how she kicked off the riad-hotel craze in Marrakech and her latest projects: the cultural collective, AFreeCulture, which showcases the African diaspora in literature, cinema and entrepreneurship and a book, Inside Morocco. https://www.afreeculture.orghttps://travel.indagare.com/globalclassroom

Ecovicentino.it - AudioNotizie
Il Parlamento Ue chiede la revoca dei brevetti sui vaccini. Dal G7 la richiesta di indagare le origini del Covid

Ecovicentino.it - AudioNotizie

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 1:29


Il Parlamento Ue chiede la revoca temporanea dei brevetti, per accelerare l'accesso di tutti ai vaccini anti-Covid-19.

Indagare Global Conversations
Travel Experts Talk: The Potential Perils of Undertourism

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 39:49


There is no doubt that the pandemic has changed the travel industry forever. Join Melissa Biggs Bradley as she talks with top experts and thought leaders in travel conservation and sustainability about Covid’s tumultuous impact and how it’s reshaping the new travel landscape, the destinations we love and how we experience them.http://sttakenya.org/https://www.tourismcares.org/https://responsibletravel.org/https://www.theconscioustravelfoundation.com/

Indagare Global Conversations
Diana de Cadaval d’Orleans, Portuguese Noble and Author: A Royal Heritage

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 46:12


Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with Her Royal Highness Princess Diana of Orléans about Portuguese royal history—and the importance of preserving family heritage and cultural traditions. Plus, her passion for writing historical fiction, Covid’s impact on travel, her favorite places in the Alentejo, travel to Portugal in the past, present and future, and more. http://www.palaciocadaval.com/

Indagare Global Conversations
Zita Cobb, Entrepreneur and Innkeeper: Island Time

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 55:45


Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with Fogo Island Inn’s Zita Cobb about the benefits of living a life outside and respecting the natural world; the bonds that form in the places that matter to us; misconceptions about remote and rural places—and the richness to be found in them; why one of Canada’s oldest settlements should be at the top of your list of places to go and much more. https://shorefast.org 

Indagare Global Conversations
Conor Knighton, Author and Correspondent: Exploring America's National Parks

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 44:40


Just in time for summer, Melissa Biggs Bradley sits down with the Emmy-winning CBS Sunday Morning correspondent and author of Leave Only Footprints: My Acadia-to-Zion Journey Through Every National Park and learns what it’s like to visit all 59 U.S. National Parks (and why your visits matter), why the great American road trip has never been easier, how you know travel is part of your life story and more. http://www.conorknighton.com

Indagare Global Conversations
Dr. Barbara Sturm, Skincare Expert: Skin Deep

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 37:20


Skincare expert Dr. Barbara Sturm talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about all things beauty—from her famous platelet-based “blood cream” and the masks and serums that have given her a cult-like following to female entrepreneurs, plus, her tips on how to improve your skincare routine—and look younger longer. https://www.drsturm.com

Indagare Global Conversations
Travel Experts Talk: How to Travel Safely Now

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 43:31


Melissa Biggs Bradley sits down with Yale infectious disease specialist Dr. Manisha Juthani, Scott Jordan of Delta Airlines, and Belmond’s Daniel Pasquali to assess the impact of Covid-19 vaccines on travel, what airlines and hotels are doing to make travelers safer, the news on Europe, digital passports, how to choose a destination, when to book flights and more.

Indagare Global Conversations
Dalida Waldha, Rwanda Guide: A Survivor's Story

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 54:52


How do you reconcile the past and find light amid the darkness of your own personal history? Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with Rwanda guide Dalida Waldha, who shares her powerful story of surviving the Rwanda genocide—and the lessons she learned about reconciliation, the true meaning of forgiveness and how it has helped her country reshape its future. 

Indagare Global Conversations
Frances Mayes, Author: We'll Always Have Italy

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 46:44


Frances Mayes sits down with Melissa Biggs Bradley to talk about her latest books, how Under the Tuscan Sun really came to be, how to feel at home (fast) when you travel; plus, the Italian region that has the most prized place in her heart, what Rome is like without the crowds and why Italy’s small towns make for the most magical discoveries.https://www.francesmayesbooks.com/books

Indagare Global Conversations
Patricia Schultz, Author: A Solo Traveler’s Guide (Part 2 of 2)

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 36:29


1,000 Places to See Before You Die author Patricia Schultz continues her conversation with Melissa Biggs Bradley about the benefits of going solo, how female travelers can stay safe, her favorite places at home and abroad, why there’s no downside to travel—canceled flights, lost passports and all—what it will look like once we can go more freely again, where she (and we) will be going and more. (Part 2 of 2)

Indagare Global Conversations
Patricia Schultz, Author: A Solo Traveler’s Guide (Part 1 of 2)

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 40:57


What makes a good traveler? In the first of two episodes, 1,000 Places to See Before You Die’s Patricia Schultz talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about her first travel epiphany, when she knew she was a nomad, why she started collecting places and why what happens along the way can be more exciting than the destination itself. Plus, the impact of Covid on our travel mindset and much more. (Part 1 of 2)

Indagare Global Conversations
Mary Morris, Author and Travel Writer: Finding Yourself Through Travel

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 48:26


Best-selling travel writer, Mary Morris (All the Way to the Tigers: A Memoir) Mary Morris talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about what it means to be a wanderer, the benefits of traveling without an itinerary, finding your identity through travel, the particular perks of solo travel, why tigers are her spirit animal and how to be at home in the world.http://www.marymorris.net

Indagare Global Conversations
Louise Kennedy, Fashion Designer: Made to Last

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 54:21


How is Covid changing fashion? Melissa Biggs Bradley sits down with Louise Kennedy to discuss the Irish designer’s influences and inspirations—from the Bouvier sisters to Aerin Lauder, her passion for travel, Turnbull & Asser, India, her favorite places to go in Dublin and beyond, travel rituals, and must-pack items, why buying better matters more than ever and more. https://www.louisekennedy.com/

Smart City
Arriva il primo microscopio a guida autonoma per indagare il cervello

Smart City

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021


Dall'università di Firenze arriva il primo "microscopio a guida autonoma" per indagare il cervello come mai prima.Sviluppato grazie a uno dei più ambiti finanziamenti assegnati dall'Unione Europea (un erc grant da 2,5 Milioni di euro) è ora in corso di industrializzazione, e permette di osservare in tempo reale l'attività di milioni di neuroni mentre elaborano le informazioni. Ma non solo, grazie a un laser e a un sofisticato algoritmo, il "microscopio" messo a punto dai ricercatori fiorentini è anche in grado di intervenire con stimoli opportuni reagendo in pochi millesimi di secondo.Grazie alla capacità di leggere e stimolare risposte del cervello in real time, offrirà una capacità senza precedenti comprenderne il funzionamento, e potrebbe quindi diventare uno strumento comune in laboratori di tutto il mondo.Francesco Pavone, ordinario di Fisica della Materia dell'Università di Firenze

Indagare Global Conversations
Emily Fletcher, Founder of Ziva Meditation: How to Stress Less and Accomplish More

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021 40:30


Are you making time to “get good at life?” Melissa Biggs Bradley talks with Broadway showgirl-turned-meditation-expert Emily Fletcher about the benefits of her Ziva technique and the three Ms—Mindfulness, Meditation, and Manifesting. Plus, what’s underneath “I’m too busy,” how to say yes (and stress less), her travel wish list, and so much more.zivameditation.com

Indagare Global Conversations
Melissa Biggs Bradley, Indagare Founder and CEO: Where to Go in 2021

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2021 34:07


As a new year (and season 2!) begin, Melissa and members of the Indagare team sit down to talk Covid travel safety and testing tips, the best private and remote options, safaris, Bucket List trips, the destinations they (and our community) can’t wait to get back to, and much more!

AI CONFINI - di Massimo Polidoro
La mia storia (Origin Story)

AI CONFINI - di Massimo Polidoro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 38:23


Come ho iniziato a indagare misteri? Che ruolo hanno avuto Piero Angela e James Randi? E che cosa c'entra l'illusionismo in tutto questo? Una puntata speciale per ringraziare tutti per l'attenzione con cui seguite il mio lavoro!Aderisci alla pagina PATREON e sostieni i miei progetti e il mio lavoro: http://patreon.com/massimopolidoroRicevi l'Avviso ai Naviganti, la mia newsletter settimanale: https://mailchi.mp/massimopolidoro/avvisoainaviganti e partecipa alle scelte della mia communitySeguimi:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/massimopolidoro/ Gruppo FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MassimoPolidoroFanClub Pagina FB: https://www.facebook.com/Official.Massimo.Polidoro Twitter: https://twitter.com/massimopolidoro Sito e blog: http://www.massimopolidoro.com Iscriviti al mio canale youtube: https://goo.gl/Xkzh8A

Indagare Global Conversations
Michael Smith, Interior Designer: Design for America

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2020 44:23


Michael S. Smith, one of America’s most high-profile interior designers, whose clientele includes the Obamas, Hollywood stars, A-listers, and financial titans, shares the backstories on redecorating the White House and the U.S. Ambassador’s residence in Spain with Melissa Biggs Bradley. Plus, Some of his favorite resources and top cities for shopping, how art can make space come to life, how design is like fashion, and more.

Indagare Global Conversations
Sonu Shivdasani, Eco-Luxury Pioneer: Sustaining Paradise

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2020 47:07


Sonu Shivdasani is the co-founder of Soneva Resorts and founder and former CEO of Six Senses and one of the leading pioneers of sustainability and barefoot luxury travel in the Maldives. He talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about his passion for the island nation, his latest projects, why Slow Travel matters more than ever, his favorite destinations and much more.

Indagare Global Conversations
James Oseland, World Food: Mexico City author: From the Global Kitchen

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2020 41:35


Award-winning food and travel writer James Oseland, formerly a judge of Bravo's Top Chef Masters, shares stories of his food quests from Indonesia to Mexico, Paris, and beyond with Melissa Biggs Bradley. In this lively look at the symbiotic relationship between food and travel, he offers insights on the cultural traditions behind his favorite cuisines, tips on finding the best local markets and authentic cooking—and how to bring the global kitchen home.

Indagare Global Conversations
Melissa Biggs Bradley, Indagare CEO and Founder: Travel's New Outlook: What Lies Ahead

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 30:46


What does the future look like for travelers in a post-Covid world? Melissa Biggs Bradley assesses the current travel landscape after returning from Kenya for the first time since the pandemic began and shares her thoughts on the timeline to recovery, the need for a more considered approach, the pros and cons of Covid travel, and why she’ll never stop venturing out—as long as she is able.

Indagare Global Conversations
Dr. Mounir Neamatalla, Pioneering Environmentalist: Egyptian Wonder

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 41:56


Dr. Mounir Neamatalla is the visionary behind Adrere Amellal, the desert retreat he built In the midst of Egypt’s Siwa oasis in the Western Desert. He tells Melissa Biggs Bradley the story behind his one-of-a-kind resort that also supports local Berber communities, why Egypt should be on everyone’s bucket list, why chance encounters are the greatest gift of travel, and his theory on the pandemic’s silver lining. g.

Vivere nel Fiat supremo
Non indagare sui divini segreti e misteri

Vivere nel Fiat supremo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 37:45


Alla domandi di Luisa circa il perché Gesù, che tanto tiene al regno della Adivina Volontà, non si affretta a mandarlo, Egli risponde con una splendida lezione sulla divina giustizia, in particolare sul fatto che Dio non manda grazie (e meno che mai le grandi grazie), senza che sia raggiunta la misura delle preghiere e opere richieste per ottenerla. I divini misteri e segreti, in questo mondo, son imperscrutabili e non bisogna indagarli. Libro di cielo volume 19, 9 Settembre 1926, 28 Ottobre 2020

Indagare Global Conversations
Bill Harlan, Napa Valley’s Legendary Winemaker: Life, Distilled

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2020 37:11


Loss, perspective, hope: In the aftermath of the Glass Fire that has devastated California wine country, Bill Harlan, one of Napa Valley’s founding vintners, finds inspiration for the future in Napa’s history and his “200-year vision;” and tells Melissa Biggs Bradley where you’ll find the best wines in America; how his travels shaped his life—and why what you learn about yourself, when you’re out in the world, changes who you eventually become.http://www.invictusnv.com/

Indagare Global Conversations
Rwanda Activists Josh and Alissa Ruxin: At Home in Africa

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2020 47:12


Melissa Biggs Bradley sits down with Josh and Alissa Ruxin to talk about why they came to Rwanda on their honeymoon and never left, the country's complicated history and reconciliation process and its rapid development, the power of resilience, and the best way to experience Kigali. Plus, the making of Heaven and The Retreat, their hotels and restaurant, the places they dream about, and more.

Vendere Valore
415 Ancora un'ultima domanda

Vendere Valore

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2020 43:48


Studiamo le domande famose della storia per imparare a fare domandeLa puntata di Storie di Giustizia citata https://www.spreaker.com/user/9216027/codice-donore-puntataL'iniziativa di Bridge Partners https://bridgepartners.it/web-academy/#powerquestioningLa puntata 414 https://www.spreaker.com/user/youmediaweb/414-chi-domanda-guida Le pagine citate nella puntata di oggiIl cinema insegnahttps://www.ilcinemainsegna.it/video/film-sul-coaching-quanto-ci-pagato-rinunciare-ai-nostri-sogni-potere-delle-domande-nella-ridefinizione-della-realta/Le domande di Gesù nel Vangelohttps://www.notedipastoralegiovanile.it/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9231:le-domande-di-gesu-nel-vangelo-di-giovanni-introduzione-alla-rubrica-linterpellati-da-gesur&Itemid=101- Il libro di Franca Malagò Ragazze diamoci da fare lo trovi qui: https://amzn.to/348KHMt- Il mio libro uscito in forma cartacea su Amazon lo trovi qui:https://amzn.to/2L9QZT8- So-Easy il club per la marketing automation: https://www.so-easy.club/- Per candidarsi a VendereValoreLab visitate www.venderevalorelab.it o scrivetemi paolo.pugni@pugnimalago.it o t.me/paolopugni- I nostri corsi e libri sono disponibili qui http://pugnimalago.it/corsi-vendere-valore/- Per ottenere copia gratuita del questionario citato anche nell'episodio 353 http://pugnimalago.it/questionario/ - Per iscriversi alla nostra newsletter usate questo link http://pugnimalago.it/newsletter/- I webinar gratuiti andati in onda li trovi qui http://pugnimalago.it/webinar-strategia-commerciale/

Indagare Global Conversations
Hotel and landscape architect Bill Bensley: Design intervention

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2020 41:44


Meet the magic man behind some of the world’s most sustainable—and unforgettable—resorts from Ubud and Siem Reap to the Golden Triangle and beyond. Listen in as he tells Melissa Biggs Bradley about why he builds hotels with a purpose beyond just housing guests, how he arrived in Singapore with $17 in his pocket and ended up in Bangkok, plus the places that are still on his bucket list, the benefits of Slow Travel and much more!

Kate Hancock: Inspired by her
From Branding is Sex to Irrational Loyalty | Ep. 36 with Branding Guru Deb Gabor

Kate Hancock: Inspired by her

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2020 55:33


Today's episode is sponsored by Anchor. Make sure to check out Anchor.fm and see why we love to use them as our podcast hosting. Deb Gabor was born to brand and is on a mission to inspire 1 million brands to build brands that SELL. She is the best selling author of two books Branding is Sex and Irrational Loyalty. She's the founder and CEO of Sol Marketing, a strategy-led marketing firm obsessed with solving major business and branding problems for clients in every industry. Deb has worked with well known companies such as Allrecipes, The Associated Press, Dell, Microsoft, NBC Universal, NPR, NTT Data, and Siemens, to exciting emerging brands like hint water and Indagare. Deb has been featured in major news outlets such as Entrepreneur, Forbes, FORTUNE, Inc., MediaPost, New York Times, NPR, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. Please rate, review, subscribe, and share with a friend who will be inspired. Visit KateHancock.com for insights into guests and future episodes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ibhshow/support

Indagare Global Conversations
The Future of Travel Summit

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2020 2:12


The week of October 26, 2020, Indagare will host a virtual travel summit!Over the course of one week, we will host engaging keynote conversations, panels, and sessions in partnership with leading travel experts, hotels, airlines, and tourism boards to discuss the future of travel in the era of COVID-19.This summit will inspire and educate our community on how and where to travel safely now and in 2021. We hope to see you there!

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Decorator, Author, Philanthropist Charlotte Moss: A Wanderer at Heart

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2020 47:56


Our design series continues with Renaissance woman and interior designer extraordinaire Charlotte Moss, who talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about cultivating your own aesthetic, how Southern hospitality and travel have influenced her, why the place she’d rather be right now is the Serengeti. Plus: the French Gardens trip she’s hosting with us next year and much more. Monticello.org; bonemarrow.org; acp-usa.org; nokidhungry.org; feedingamerica.org

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1st Dibs Founder Michael Bruno: This Old House - Obsessed

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2020 43:05


Michael Bruno is a serial lover of places and a self-professed “house junkie,”  which may explain his passion for collecting them—and why his latest project is a hotel. He tells Melissa Biggs Bradley about how travel influences the way you live and shares tips on how to shop for furniture, how to find your dream home as well as his favorite places for antiques hunting.

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Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Scott Weisenberg: COVID-19 Travel Tips

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 40:40


For advice on what you need to know to stay safe when you travel in a COVID-19 world, Melissa Biggs Bradley sits down with infectious disease expert Scott Weisenberg. Here, what to know before you get on a plane, the best mask, how to lower your risks for exposure on the road, healthy habits, a vaccine update and more.

MoneyForLunch
The Secrets To Creating an Indispensable Brand with Deb Gabor

MoneyForLunch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2020 44:00


Deb Gabor and her team at Sol Marketing have introduced her revolutionary brand strategy for organizations ranging from international household names like Allrecipes, The Associated Press, Dell, Microsoft, NBC Universal, NPR, NTT Data, and Siemens, to exciting emerging brands like hint water and Indagare. "Leading Expert" doesn't come close to describing Deb Gabor's passion for brands. More accurate? Brand Guru. Brand Impresario. Brand Evangelist. She's written the book on branding (twice!) with bestsellers Branding is Sex and Irrational Loyalty. ➡️Connect with Deb Gabor: DebGabor ➡️ Connect with Bert Martinez:  YouTube |  Twitter  |  Instagram   |   Click here for More Episodes ➡️ Get a free copy of DominatingYourMind: https://amzn.to/2XuM9Xr While supplies last, limited time.  

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Canyon Ranch’s Dr. Cindy Geyer: How to Be Healthier in Mind, Body and Spirit

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2020 44:32


When you want to know the right steps to take for better health, who better to turn to than the medical director of Canyon Ranch? Melissa Biggs Bradley sits down with Dr. Cindy Geyer and learns why one weight loss program doesn’t work for everyone, why a moving mindset matters more than a trip to the gym, how much sleep you really need—plus, the best foods for a healthy diet, fasting tips and more.

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The Ashram Co-founder Cat Hedberg: How to Say “Yes!” to Life

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2020 40:54


Looking to reset your health and fitness or weight loss regimen? Cat Hedberg has answers and offers her insights to Melissa Biggs Bradley on simple living, the evolution of exercise, being in nature and why her cult “boot camp” works. Plus: choosing the positive, finding your center and living in the now—especially during COVID.

Indagare Global Conversations
Fashion designer Anna Trzebinski: Surviving Tragedy by Fostering Beauty

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2020 45:00


Nairobi-based designer Anna Trzebinski is proof that beauty and strength can emerge from tragedy and heartache: In sharing her story with Melissa Biggs Bradley, she reveals insights on love, loss, the healing power of nature, getting advice from Ralph Lauren, pivoting her business post-COVID and creating a “nest” for the women in her community to help them thrive. https://annatrzebinski.com

Indagare Global Conversations
Interior Designer Rodman Primack: Living for Design

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2020 47:11


How does travel inform a designer’s eye? As Rodman Primack explains to Melissa Biggs Bradley, it defines your values, your aesthetic and how you express them through design. He also discusses moving to Mexico, the artists and communities—from Oaxaca to Guadalajara—that inspire him, living with color, working for Peter Marino and Larry Gagosian and why the best experiences happen when you’re willing to let go. https://eldiadespues.mx

Indagare Global Conversations
Travel Writer Sophy Roberts: On The Road Less Traveled

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2020 47:20


Travel writer Sophy Roberts talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about what she looks for in a destination (“I want meaning, memory, texture—I want real,”); why protecting fragile environments post-COVID matters even more; and why her “anti-bucket list” (and her latest book) have led her to some of the remotest—and most incredible—places on earth.  https://wildphilanthropy.com/tongwe-trust-donate/ https://www.grumetifund.org

Indagare Global Conversations
Restaurateur Camilla Marcus: The (post-COVID) Business of Restaurants (Bonus Episode)

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2020 44:33


It’s true that restaurants rely on the idea that people will turn up to eat, but they also make up four percent of the U.S. GDP. Camilla Marcus, the restaurateur behind NYC’s Westbourne, talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about the industry’s battle for survival, the way we eat now, the meals that dominate her flavor profiles, along with the parenting skills she’s trying to acquire and why she’ll never stop traveling. https://www.saverestaurants.com, https://www.roarnewyork.org

Indagare Global Conversations
Meadowood chef Christopher Kostow and WSJ’s Howie Kahn: The Future of Restaurants

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2020 47:25


How does food connect us across cultures and what are the destinations for foodies? Meadowood’s Christopher Kostow, WSJ.’s Howie Kahn and Melissa Biggs Bradley indulge in these and other existential foodie dilemmas in a COVID world: what makes a memorable meal, why restaurants matter—and why they will survive—and what’s always in their pantry (the choices may surprise you). https://wck.org https://www.shpreschoolforall.org

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Filmmaker and Activist Nadine Labaki: Resilience and Revolution in Lebanon

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2020 37:08


Can you manifest resilience? For Oscar-nominated filmmaker Nadine Labaki (Capernaum), the answer lies in finding joy and humor wherever you can—and being able to improvise. She talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about the beautiful contradictions of her home country of Lebanon, how her passion for justice has played out in her films, and why she is very hopeful about the future—and the positives that will come out of the COVID crisis. https://www.beitelbaraka.org https://lebanesefoodbank.org

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Former Hollywood Executive and Philanthropist Scott Neeson: The Power of Transformation

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2020 43:00


How do you know it’s time to change your life forever—and never look back? Former Hollywood executive Scott Neeson shares his story with Melissa Biggs Bradley about the moment he found his new passion and purpose in the Cambodia Children’s Fund; leaving L.A.; the transformative power of travel; and why meeting people from other countries is the greatest gift you can give (or receive). https://www.cambodianchildrensfund.org/

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Hotelier/entrepreneur Meryanne Loum-Martin: For the Love of Marrakech

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2020 43:47


From the garden of her Morocco hotel Jnane Tamsna, author and Morocco's only black hotelier, Meryanne Loum-Martin talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about growing up as a Senegalese diplomat’s daughter, how she kicked off the riad-hotel craze in Marrakech and her latest projects: the cultural collective, AFreeCulture, which showcases the African diaspora in literature, cinema and entrepreneurship and a book, Inside Morocco. https://www.afreeculture.org

Dpen Crimini
Perché amiamo così tanto i delitti?

Dpen Crimini

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2020 44:59


Altra informale discussione su temi vari legati al mondo dei crimini che tanto amiamo. La puntata più personale e diversa mai affrontata su questo podcast. Come scelgo i casi? Ci potete ascoltare su:Nostro Sito: https://dpenpodcast.wixsite.com/website .Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/it/podcast/dpen-come-fare-podcast/id1502380159 .Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3ezbpHkcDP3AxPSBH1fciG?si=xeFd9R5oRpiGZIkilN15lw . Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/user/dpen .E su tutte le app principali di streaming.Seguiteci anche sui nostri social dove potrete anche commentare le puntate e comunicare con noiGruppo Telegram: https://t.me/dpenpodcast .Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dpenpodcast/ .Twitter: https://twitter.com/DpenPodcast .

il posto delle parole
Vanessa Roghi "Lezioni di Fantastica"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2020 16:04


Vanessa Roghi"Lezioni di Fantastica"Storia di Gianni RodariLaterza Editorihttps://www.laterza.it/Gianni Rodari non ha ‘soltanto' inventato favole e filastrocche, ha fatto molto di più: ha inventato un nuovo modo di guardare il mondo.Vanessa Roghi ricostruisce e racconta la vita di un grande intellettuale a partire dai grandi 'insiemi' che l'hanno riempita - la politica, il giornalismo, la passione educativa, la scrittura e la letteratura - con l'ambizione di raccontare un Gianni Rodari tutto intero, di sottrarlo allo stereotipo dello scrittore ‘facile'."Uno degli esercizi di fantasia più noti di Gianni Rodari è il gioco degli insiemi, risponde alla domanda formulata «dal bambino che vuol sapere chi è, e la mamma gli dice ‘figlio', lo zio ‘nipote', ma è anche un ‘fratello', un ‘pedone', uno ‘scolaro' eccetera eccetera; e ogni volta fa un nodo su una corda; insomma, scopre (matematica) gli ‘insiemi' di cui fa parte». Ognuno di noi, così, è figlio, amico, fratello, ma anche di Manziana o di Bolsena, ha gli occhi verdi, va in bicicletta, mangia il gelato a colazione.Chi è, dunque, Gianni Rodari, a quale insieme, a quanti insiemi, appartiene? Partiamo da un ricordo di Antonio Faeti, studioso e amico di Rodari: «Rodari aveva quasi vent'anni più di me: giusto l'arco di un'intera generazione. Tuttavia in molti dibattiti, in convegni, in tavole rotonde a cui abbiamo entrambi partecipato, accadeva che la parte del vecchio dovessi inevitabilmente interpretarla io, come se avessimo preso in questo senso un ammiccante accordo, mai più tradito». È una sera romana del 1973, a Gianni Rodari è stato chiesto di presentare Guardare le figure, saggio sulle illustrazioni dei libri per l'infanzia, uscito per Einaudi l'anno precedente. «Con la grazia inimitabile, l'umorismo, l'arguta imprendibile profondità che metteva in queste cose, Rodari, per quanto fosse lì presente, davanti ai sorridenti ascoltatori, mi descrisse come un vecchio professore, forse impazzito a causa dei troppi libri letti e riletti in continuazione. Una specie di maniaco cacciatore di farfalle che rinunciava agli insetti per collezionare antiche stampine di cui si era follemente innamorato, in un'infanzia remota».Quei libri di cui parla Faeti, infatti, Rodari da bambino non li ha letti, e pure se li avesse letti forse non li avrebbe amati, così come era accaduto alla grandissima maggioranza dei bambini appartenenti alla sua generazione e a quelle precedenti. Le storie della letteratura per l'infanzia, e anche Guardare le figure, hanno sempre dimenticato di tener conto di un dato fondamentale, cioè che l'«infanzia storica» in Italia non aveva mai letto nulla, «presa com'era da altri problemi: la denutrizione, la pellagra, la fame, il lavoro minorile, il disambientamento causato dalle frequenti emigrazioni. I libri per bambini, ‘storicamente', erano destinati ai figli dellamedia e alta borghesia (con qualche eccezione, ridacchiava Rodari, costituita dagli incontri fortunosi e particolari, come quello dell'autore di Guardare le figure), non certo appartenente alle due classi privilegiate, con nutritissime e vecchie biblioteche».Una riflessione che Rodari riprende l'anno successivo, nel 1974, invitato al primo convegno internazionale su Pinocchio, dove ricorda come, negli anni in cui il libro di Collodi viene scritto, i bambini delle classi povere non andassero a scuola, ma a zappare la terra o a badare alle pecore; e anche nelle regioni più progredite, dopo la prima o la seconda elementare, entrassero in fabbrica:Le vecchie del mio paese, e anche quelle di famiglia, ricordavano bene come a sette, otto anni, fossero andate in cartiera o in filanda a lavorare. Le filande erano lontane. Donne e bambine partivano la domenica sera, cantando le litanie per farsi coraggio nel buio delle strade, venivano alloggiate in dormitori comuni, tornavano al paese il sabato sera con la paga avara, ma preziosa come gli zecchini d'oro di Pinocchio. Le bambine facevano il turno in cartiera dalle otto di sera alle sette di mattina. Da vecchie ci raccontavano queste cose con una strana allegria. Esisteva allora una netta e largamente accettata ‘divisione del lavoro' tra i ragazzi, pochi, che potevano commuoversi, leggendo Pinocchio, nel punto in cui il burattino cuor d'oro lavorava giorno e notte per mantenere Geppetto malato, la fata all'ospedale e l'improduttiva lumachina per soprammercato, e gli altri ragazzi che, in più gran numero, trascorrevano faticando l'età della fiaba. Di qua, insomma, i piccoli vetrai, i piccoli vagabondi, che recitavano la loro disavventura in prima persona, senza sospetto di letteratura; di là i fortunati lettori della loro storia, o di storie simili, come se ne trovano nel Cuore.L'«infanzia storica», nata in un'Italia con pochi libri, figlia di analfabeti ma ricca di una tradizione orale, fatta di veglie in stalle affollate, un'infanzia a cui appartiene anche Gianni Rodari. «Non c'erano libri per bambini in casa mia, ce n'erano ancora meno in casa di mia madre. A sette anni è andata a lavorare in cartiera e non credo avessero dei libri». Non era lei a raccontare le favole, dirà Rodari in un'intervista a Nico Orengo del 1979, la zia, la nonna semmai; la mamma no, non aveva tempo.Crescere in una casa senza libri per poi diventare uno scrittore non è un'esperienza così rara nel Novecento. Indagare sul momento in cui scoppia l'amore fra il bambino e la pagina di un libro è, tuttavia, sempre, un'esperienza interessante perché getta luce su un angolo buio della storia, quello dell'infanzia di famiglie che non posseggono la parola scritta.A maggior ragione se poi il bambino, da adulto, scriverà per i ragazzi, allora «è naturale che incuriosiscano soprattutto l'infanzia e l'adolescenza: è in quelle stagioni della vita che possono infatti annidarsi le possibili motivazioni a dedicarsi più tardi a un ‘mestiere' così singolare, e dai ricordi di quel periodo è comprensibile che lo scrittore attinga spunti da rielaborare sul piano fantastico».È stato Marcello Argilli, il primo biografo di Gianni Rodari, a farsi questa domanda e raccontare al grande pubblico da dove fosse spuntato quello scrittore così noto a tanti al momento della sua morte, il 14 aprile 1980, ma così sconosciuto ancora oggi, a quarant'anni da allora. Eppure Rodari, come Pollicino, ha disseminato di indizi le sue filastrocche, i suoi articoli e anche i suoi libri per raccontarci la sua storia: tutti racchiudono un preziosissimo archivio di memorie private, sassolini bianchi che ci consentono di ripercorrere a ritroso la strada fino alla casa dove tutto ha avuto inizio.E l'inizio non può che essere questo: c'era una volta un lago, circondato da alte montagne, e sul lago una città che si chiamava e si chiama Omegna."Vanessa Roghi, storica, è autrice di documentari per La Grande Storia di Rai Tre.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

Indagare Global Conversations
Cabana Editor Martina Mondadori: A World of Creativity

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2020 31:42


Will there be a new wave of creativity in Italian design and fashion post-coronavirus? Tastemaker Martina Mondadori, the editor behind interiors bible Cabana Magazine, ponders the question with Melissa Biggs Bradley, as they discuss the DNA of Milanese design (and the Italian way of doing things), the layering of your own personal history into your style and interiors, treasure-hunting while traveling, lockdown learning and more.

Indagare Global Conversations
Writer Fiona Caulfield: From India, with Love

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 48:18


What makes some people choose the road less traveled? Author of the cult book series Love India, Fiona Caulfield, joins Melissa to share her passion for the subcontinent and travel that is soulful, mind-opening and always involving people to truly get to the heart of a destination. She’ll also talk about having the “nomad gene,” the ice walls of Everest and the value of conscious travel in the wake of COVID-19. https://www.giveindia.org/

Indagare Global Conversations
Filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert: In the Wild Heart of Africa

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2020 43:34


Explorers-in-Residence and award-winning filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert join Melissa to talk about living in the bush, their obsession with big cats, the buffalo attack that nearly took Beverly’s life and how it completely changed their outlook on life. http://www.rhinoswithoutborders.com/ https://www.nationalgeographic.org/projects/big-cats-initiative/

Indagare Global Conversations
Author Elizabeth Lesser: A World of Wisdom

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2020 37:11


In a new age of anxiety, co-founder of the Omega Institute Elizabeth Lesser—the mindfulness expert who counseled Oprah on her Super Soul Sundays—offers her advice on coping with coronavirus, staying open to love and loss, harnessing the good in grief, the benefits of practicing patience, and how to bring a better world into being for ourselves. https://www.eomega.org/

Indagare Global Conversations
Designer India Hicks: Life Lessons and Lockdown

Indagare Global Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2020 33:41


India Hicks—designer, entrepreneur and goddaughter of Prince Charles—talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley from the Bahamas and opens up about island life (and parenting) during lockdown, starting—and losing—her beloved business, why travel matters and more. https://www.globalempowermentmission.org/

Neuroscience for Success | Klyn Elsbury
that one where you learn how to build a brand with Deb Gabor

Neuroscience for Success | Klyn Elsbury

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2020 34:52


"Leading Expert" doesn't come close to describing Deb Gabor's passion for brands. More accurate? Brand Guru. Brand Impresario. Brand Evangelist. She's written the book on branding (twice!) with bestsellers Branding is Sex and Irrational Loyalty. She's the founder and CEO of Sol Marketing, a strategy-led marketing firm obsessed with solving major business and marketing problems for clients in every industry. Companies throughout the world use Deb’s Brand Values Pyramid, Ideal Customer Archetype, and “Brand Swagger Questions” to align their teams and articulate their brands to audiences. Deb and her team at Sol Marketing have introduced her revolutionary brand strategy for organizations ranging from international household names like Allrecipes, The Associated Press, Dell, Microsoft, NBC Universal, NPR, NTT Data, and Siemens, to exciting emerging brands like hint water and Indagare. And she agreed to share her knowledge with you Sharks on today's show. We discuss her inspiring story, darkest day, and of course- 3 tactics you can take back into your company to build your brand. Click here to connect with Deb

NSL Double Talk
Kate Betts and Melissa Biggs Bradley: Paris Is Always A Good Idea!

NSL Double Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2020 28:10


Former Editor of Harper’s Bazaar and author of MY PARIS DREAM, Kate Betts in discussion with travel expert and founder of Indagare, Melissa Biggs Bradley, about the culture, lifestyle, and travel in Paris: then and now.

Ascolta la Notizia
Inchiesta Report Lega, Zingaretti: "Chi deve indagare indaghi per fare piena luce su tutta la vicenda"

Ascolta la Notizia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 0:58


"Dall’inchiesta di Report una ricostruzione accurata e ben fatta da cui scaturiscono molti interrogativi sulla Lega. Notizie inquietanti per la tenuta della democrazia italiana. Chi deve indagare indaghi per fare piena luce su tutta la vicenda". Lo ha scritto su Facebook il segretario del Partito Democratico Nicola Zingaretti. Paolo Gentiloni, commissario Ue designato ed ex presidente del Consiglio, ha commentato su Twitter: "Una bella inchiesta giornalistica fa anche ottimi ascolti. Ignorarla sarà difficile". "Dopo la puntata di ieri di Report di Ranucci su Salvini e la pista russa non può non succedere nulla. Non può tutto continuare come prima. Non può. No, non può", ha invece cinguettato l'ex premier Enrico Letta.

Carlo Benzoni - Il Podcast
Indagare e Giudicare un Incidente Ospedaliero

Carlo Benzoni - Il Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2019 5:56


Fare un’indagine su un incidente ospedaliero o per il giudice giudicare a un processo arrivando a un giudizio oggettivo, giusto e proporzionato non e’ facile per niente anche a causa delle interferenze dei bias cognitivi che costantemente cercano di influenzare il tuo giudizio e allontanarti dalla verità.Il BIAS COGNITIVO è automatico, non ci rendiamo conto quando stia operando ed è difficile sottrarvisi. La mancanza di CONSAPEVOLEZZA di questi bias cognitivi può LIMITARE seriamente la capacità di indagare e giudicare un evento.

Start Me Up
Immagini per indagare e valorizzare le aree interne italiane

Start Me Up

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2019 25:29


Dal 17 al 22 settembre nella provincia di Palermo, in Sicilia, si è svolto: “Madonie - Immagini e Immaginario”, un laboratorio di fotografia e territorio per costruire una campagna fotografica collettiva che sia strumento di conoscenza e che apra un dibattito per e con le comunità del Parco delle Madonie. “L’obiettivo è quello di giungere ad una nuova comprensione del territorio con una predisposizione fortemente progettuale, al fine di indagare e valorizzare l’identità locale”.****Sostieni Start Me Up su> Patreon https://www.patreon.com/fabbruno> Satispay https://tag.satispay.com/radiosmue entra nella community degli innovatori al Sud Italia!****Lo hanno già fatto:- Thamara;- Riccardo di https://refacturing.it- Toti di https://www.muvapp.eu- Giacomo di https://strettoincarena.it- Giuseppe di www.ardeek.com- Francesco- Mattia di https://verdepinguino.com/- Angela- Daniela- Francesco di https://idibgroup.com- Luca di www.facebook.com/bigdata4you** Entra nel gruppo facebook (FREE) e ricevi notizie in anteprima: ** https://www.facebook.com/groups/radiosmu/Continua a leggere su http://www.radiostartmeup.it/immagini-indagare-valorizzare-aree-interne-italiane-sicilia/

Start Me Up
Immagini per indagare e valorizzare le aree interne italiane

Start Me Up

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2019 25:29


Dal 17 al 22 settembre nella provincia di Palermo, in Sicilia, si è svolto: “Madonie - Immagini e Immaginario”, un laboratorio di fotografia e territorio per costruire una campagna fotografica collettiva che sia strumento di conoscenza e che apra un dibattito per e con le comunità del Parco delle Madonie. “L’obiettivo è quello di giungere ad una nuova comprensione del territorio con una predisposizione fortemente progettuale, al fine di indagare e valorizzare l’identità locale”.****Sostieni Start Me Up su> Patreon https://www.patreon.com/fabbruno> Satispay https://tag.satispay.com/radiosmue entra nella community degli innovatori al Sud Italia!****Lo hanno già fatto:- Thamara;- Riccardo di https://refacturing.it- Toti di https://www.muvapp.eu- Giacomo di https://strettoincarena.it- Giuseppe di www.ardeek.com- Francesco- Mattia di https://verdepinguino.com/- Angela- Daniela- Francesco di https://idibgroup.com- Luca di www.facebook.com/bigdata4you** Entra nel gruppo facebook (FREE) e ricevi notizie in anteprima: ** https://www.facebook.com/groups/radiosmu/Continua a leggere su http://www.radiostartmeup.it/immagini-indagare-valorizzare-aree-interne-italiane-sicilia/

MT Nesters Podcast
Love to Travel? Then you will love our podcast with Indagare founder Melissa Biggs Bradley

MT Nesters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2019 46:48


Stages
Smart Travel

Stages

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2018 24:52


Melissa Biggs Bradley, owner of Indagare, joins me on the stage to discuss how to incorporate travel into your life’s plan. From traveling as a family to on your own we talk about strategies that can help make travels more meaningful and engaging. To discuss further, email Emily.Grace@Bernstein.com or 212-756-1951. //////// Note to All Readers: The information contained here reflects the views of AllianceBernstein L.P. or its affiliates and sources it believes are reliable as of the date of this podcast. AllianceBernstein L.P. makes no representations or warranties concerning the accuracy of any data. There is no guarantee that any projection, forecast or opinion in this material will be realized. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The views expressed here may change at any time after the date of this podcast. This podcast is for informational purposes only and does not constitute investment advice. AllianceBernstein L.P. does not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. It does not take an investor’s personal investment objectives or financial situation into account; investors should discuss their individual circumstances with appropriate professionals before making any decisions. This information should not be construed as sales or marketing material or an offer or solicitation for the purchase or sale of any financial instrument, product or service sponsored by AllianceBernstein or its affiliates. The [A/B] logo is a registered service mark of AllianceBernstein, and AllianceBernstein® is a registered service mark, used by permission of the owner, AllianceBernstein L.P. © 2018 AllianceBernstein L.P.

Mai Dire Mind
Indagando la Realtà (Parte 1) - Felice del Non-Senso della Vita

Mai Dire Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2018 22:29


Siamo certi che un'esistenza che manchi di scopo intrinseco sia automaticamente fonte di disperazione?Sito di Dan: https://danstilo.comSigla: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bEZYUOP_E0Musica drammatica di background: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eD0XEH3qVCk

Giornalisti al Microfono
Indagare la realtà, tra video-giornalismo e The Vision - con Giuseppe Francaviglia #15

Giornalisti al Microfono

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2018 67:51


L'ospite della quindicesima intervista è Giuseppe Francaviglia, giornalista professionista dal 2016, con anche esperienze da presentatore. Ha lavorato alla produzione di VICEonSKYTG24. Freelance dal 2017, è autore di reportage video e testuali ed è esperto di nuove tecnologie. È direttore responsabile della testata online TheVision.com e co-fondatore della casa di produzione indipendente UNOZEROZEROUNO.

Interviste per Starbene by Phyllon.me
Famiglia e coppie: legami d'amore incondizionati o condizionanti? (Con Anna Campici - Facilitatore in Psicogenealogia)

Interviste per Starbene by Phyllon.me

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2018 8:37


Indagare la storia familiare per capire e « dare un senso » alle ripetizioni di date ed eventi che coinvolgono i discendenti contro la loro volontà.Incidenti, matrimoni infelici, segreti, difficoltà economiche, possono essere in rapporto a qualche cosa nel passato degli antenati che non è stato risolto e che si manifesta nella vita dei discendenti fino a che qualcuno riesce a fare degli atti simbolici per poter fermare le ripetizioni negative. Di tutto questo e molto altro si occupa la Psicogenealogia.

Interviste per Starbene by Phyllon.me
Famiglia e coppie: legami d'amore incondizionati o condizionanti? (Con Anna Campici - Facilitatore in Psicogenealogia)

Interviste per Starbene by Phyllon.me

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2018 8:37


Indagare la storia familiare per capire e « dare un senso » alle ripetizioni di date ed eventi che coinvolgono i discendenti contro la loro volontà.Incidenti, matrimoni infelici, segreti, difficoltà economiche, possono essere in rapporto a qualche cosa nel passato degli antenati che non è stato risolto e che si manifesta nella vita dei discendenti fino a che qualcuno riesce a fare degli atti simbolici per poter fermare le ripetizioni negative. Di tutto questo e molto altro si occupa la Psicogenealogia.

Tranquility du Jour
Tranquility du Jour #392: The Bee Cottage Story

Tranquility du Jour

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2017 40:41


The Bee Cottage Story with Frances Schultz. We talk about her House Beautiful magazine series on the makeover of her house, Bee Cottage, that turned into a book, what she learned and how she changed during this emotional process.   Direct download: Tranquility du Jour #392: The Bee Cottage Story   Upcoming Events   Tranquility du Jour Live: March 30 Yoga + Art in West Virginia: May 19-21 Writing in the Woods in West Virginia: October 20-22 Featured guest:   Writer, artist, traveler, and tastemaker, Frances Schultz is a contributing editor for House Beautiful magazine and writes also Veranda,Indagare, The Wall Street Journal and others. Former on-air host of the cable show Southern Living Presents, She is author and co-author of several books on design and entertaining. Her latest, The Bee Cottage Story—How I Made a Muddle of Things and Decorated My Way Back to Happiness is now in its sixth printing. Frances was the 2015 recipient of the Horticultural Society of New York’s Award of Excellence and was named one of the Southeastern Horticultural Society’s Visionaries of Design. She is on the boards of the Horticultural Society of New York and of Empowers Africa. A North Carolina native and UVa graduate, she lives with her husband Tom Dittmer on a ranch in Los Olivos, California, with frequent forays to New York and East Hampton. You can follow her at FrancesSchultz.com.   photo by Trevor Tondro Tranquility du Jour Savvy Sources Instagram Twitter Facebook Pinterest francesscultz.com Mentioned in the Podcast The Bee Cottage Story Social Media Eye candy on Instagram Pin along with me on Pinterest Let’s connect on Facebook Follow moi on Twitter Watch via YouTube Tranquility Tips + Tools Browse my 5 Books New to Tranquility du Jour? Peruse the FAQs Tranquility-filled E-courses Download the Tranquility du Jour Podcast App: iPhone and Android Shop slow locally-made, eco-friendly fashion: TranquiliT Sign up for bi-monthly Love Notes and access Tranquil Treasures Read about my passion for animals Request Pen a review on iTunes and/or share this podcast via social media, s‘il vous plaît Ask questions, share what you do while listening, or how this podcast has helped you. I love hearing from you! Techy To listen, click on the player at the top of the post or click here to listen to older episodes. New to podcasting? Get more info at Podcast 411. Do you have iTunes? Click here and subscribe to the podcast to get the latest episode as released. Get the Tranquility du Jour apps to download the podcast "automagically" on iOS or Android. Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
Melissa Biggs-Bradley, Founder & CEO Indagare

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2016 45:49


If life is all about the journey, then Melissa Biggs Bradley is doing things right. The founder and CEO of the boutique travel agency and website Indagare has traveled to over 100 countries, six continents, and can rattle off hotel recommendations at the drop of a hat. Prior to Indagare, Melissa worked at Town & Country magazine for 12 years and launched Town & Country Travel which was nominated for a National Magazine Award for General Excellence by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME). On the podcast, Melissa recounts her long childhood plane rides to Australia, gives us some trips for traveling on the cheap, and tells us about her incredible #girlbossmoment.

Periscritto
Prima di scrivere un libro bisogna indagare nella propria cultura professionale – Andrea Saletti

Periscritto

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2016 26:07


Questa è la storia di Andrea Saletti, autore del libro “Neuromarketing e scienze cognitive per vendere di più sul web” pubblicato da Dario Flaccovio Editore ad aprile di quest'anno. Prima di scrivere questo libro, Andrea Saletti, ha indagato nella propria cultura professionale per capire se, rispetto a questo argomento, sarebbe stato in grado di dire qualcosa di nuovo rispetto a quello che già è stato detto da altri esperti in questo campo.VUOI SCOPRIRE IL SEGRETO DEGLI SCRITTORI?Ascolta la puntata segreta che non ho mai pubblicato✍ https://periscritto.it/ilsegretodegliscrittori/VUOI CONTATTARMI?Scrivi a periscritto@youmediaweb.como su http://telegram.me/periscritto

Periscritto
Prima di scrivere un libro bisogna indagare nella propria cultura professionale – Andrea Saletti

Periscritto

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2016 26:07


Questa è la storia di Andrea Saletti, autore del libro “Neuromarketing e scienze cognitive per vendere di più sul web” pubblicato da Dario Flaccovio Editore ad aprile di quest'anno. Prima di scrivere questo libro, Andrea Saletti, ha indagato nella propria cultura professionale per capire se, rispetto a questo argomento, sarebbe stato in grado di dire qualcosa di nuovo rispetto a quello che già è stato detto da altri esperti in questo campo.VUOI SCOPRIRE IL SEGRETO DEGLI SCRITTORI?Ascolta la puntata segreta che non ho mai pubblicato✍ https://periscritto.it/ilsegretodegliscrittori/VUOI CONTATTARMI?Scrivi a periscritto@youmediaweb.como su http://telegram.me/periscritto