Ludwig van Beethoven - Arguably the greatest composer of all time, Beethoven wrote 722 pieces in just 44 years! Today, we will break down some of his musical compositions, his style, and his brilliance. :------------------: Sources: https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5456722 https://houstonsymphony.org/be
In Folge 290 des beVegt-Podcast sprechen wir mit Ludwig Reicherstorfer über seinen Weg vom Marathon- zum Ultramarathonläufer, vegane Ernährung und Politik. Shownotes: https://www.bevegt.de/ludwig-reicherstorfer-podcast-2021/ Alle Folgen: https://www.bevegt.de/podcasts/ Sponsor dieser Folge: BookBeat (hol dir dein 1 Monat Gratis-Premiumabo mit dem Gutscheincode "bevegt") Unterstütze uns: https://www.bevegt.de/unterstuetzen/
Ludwig van Beethoven hat seine zehnte Sinfonie nie vollendet. Wissenschaftler haben sie jetzt mithilfe künstlicher Intelligenz zu Ende komponieren lassen. Aber kann ein Computer so kreativ sein wie ein Mensch?
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of sexism, workplace abuse, homophobia, sexual harassment, slut-shaming, misogyny. We've got a new series this week to talk about the spectacle and grandeur of the movie musical! And we're starting with the movie that saved the entire genre, and one that's refreshing and surprising. Tied for the oldest film we've watched for this series, we braced ourselves for cheesiness, dated references, and problematic subject matter. And yes, this movie has touches of all of those, but it manages to avoid most of the eye-rolling stereotypes we're used to from a backstage musical. It probably helps that this is, you know, one of the very first times anyone put that story on screen, but it's not just the novelty that pulls this movie through. The acting is stagey but thoughtful, the directing is really inventive and on point for the story being told, and my goodness, the dancing, there's just nothing like it. Buckle on your tap shoes and get ready to run the number again as we kick off our movie musical series with 1933's 42nd Street this week on Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpt of "Lullaby of Broadway" dance sequence is taken from the motion picture Gold Diggers of 1935. 1935 © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Excerpt from the motion picture 42nd Street are © 1933 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
durée : 00:53:33 - Autant en emporte l'Histoire - par : Stéphanie DUNCAN - Né en Autriche en 1889 dans une prestigieuse famille viennoise, riche et cultivée, Ludwig Wittgenstein connaîtra en 1921 la célébrité avec son premier livre « le Tractatus logico-philosophicus », une œuvre complexe et radicale, devenue aujourd'hui incontournable dans le champ de la philosophie.
Hola, Hello! On this chisme, we had the amazing opportunity to speak with Sandra Hinojosa Ludwig, who is a certified Life Coach and author of the book "Chica Why Not?'' , and we talked about the process of living intentionally. everyone talks about it but how can one make it happen? How and where to start? and How to mantain it? Sandra Hinojosa Ludwig is a certified life coach from the Transformational Arts College in Toronto, Canada and the best selling author of “Chica, Why Not? How to live with intention and manifest a life that loves you back” published by Hay House. Through her Facebook and Instagram communities, as well as her non-profit coaching program, her 1:1 coaching and her Chica Catalyst, she helps Latinas intentionally manifest a life that loves them back. Through her work, Sandra has connected with women from all over the Americas. After leaving her childhood home of Monterrey, Mexico, Sandra poured herself into a successful corporate career that took her to live in Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, and ultimately to Canada, where she now resides. Tired from trying to unsuccessfully chase happiness, she turned to therapy and spirituality for help, eventually becoming a certified life coach, Reiki practitioner, and a certified angel card reader. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chismethatmatterspodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chismethatmatterspodcast/support
For the first time since 1935, the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to journalists: Maria Ressa of the Philippines, and Russian independent journalist Dmitry Muratov. The award honors their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression against the growing threats against it. And it's election time in Iraq, where a high-stakes parliamentary vote will take place on Sunday. The election was called a year early in response to major protests in 2019. Plus, for nearly two centuries since Ludwig van Beethoven's death, his 10th Symphony sat unfinished and largely untouched. But with a little help from modern technology — that's about to change.
Happy Thursday everyone! Today we are hitting you with ANOTHER "Many Saints of Newark" interview! Today we chat with actor William Ludwig who plays the young. iconic Tony Soprano. We talk about how he found out about booking the role, what he does for fun when not acting, best advice he was ever given, by Ray Liota of all people, his love for tennis, and much more!Give us kind rating and review!https://ratethispodcast.com/brettallanshowEmail email@example.comBe sure to follow us on social media for all the latest podcast updates!Twittertwitter.com/@brettallanshowIGinstagram.com/brettallanshowFacebookFacebook.com/brettallanshowNOW ON YOUTUBE!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChHLbnRKmqYmZ4Xl24v3d7A
Dr. Ludwig leads the Bioelectronic Medicines Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin, with the goal of developing next-generation neuromodulation therapies that use minimally invasive strategies to highjack the nervous system to treat circuit dysfunction and deliver biomolecules to target areas with unprecedented precision. Prior to Wisconsin, Dr. Ludwig served as the Program Director for Neural Engineering at the National Institutes of Health. He co-led the Translational Devices Program at NINDS, led the NIH BRAIN Initiative programs to catalyze implantable academic and clinical devices to stimulate and/or record from the central nervous system, and led a trans-NIH planning team in developing the ~250 million dollar S.P.A.R.C. Program to stimulate advances in neuromodulation therapies for organ systems. Dr. Ludwig also worked in Industry as a research scientist, where his team conceived, developed, and demonstrated the chronic efficacy of a next-generation neural stimulation electrode for reducing blood pressure in both pre-clinical studies and clinical trials. Through his industry work, he oversaw Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and non-GLP studies enabling clinical trials in Europe and the United States, as well as participated in the protocol development and execution of those trials, leading to approval for sale in seven countries and a U.S. Pivotal trial. Top 3 Takeaways "We actually don't definitively know what we're stimulating for effects in most of our largest markets for neuromodulation therapy. "Don't ever date electrical stimulation. It will cheat on you. It's very promiscuous. It also creates a lot of effects in non-neuronal cells. That may be important... electrical stimulation is very dirty. There's no way around it" "A lot of things we don't consider as one of the startup company fails. Now we've got a piece of hardware in my neck and I've got nobody who knows how to maintain it." 1:00 "Do you wanna introduce yourself?" 2:00 You've been in academia, industry, and government, what's that like? 5:00 "Before we started recording, you were talking about, drug-resistant drug coatings on neural devices. Why might not that be a good one?" 12:30 "Everybody uses rat models, but that might not be very accurate because humans and rats are different, right?" 15:00 "So what's the solution? Use more human testing?" 18:30 "What's the solution. How did people gain this perspective?" 22:45 "Is this something that we need to wait for AI to be able to solve?" 26:45 "But is that bad? So for me, I'm more engineering-minded, more practical. It's just if it works, it works, right?" 33:45 "The small percentage that makes it through the phase one and I wonder how many, good therapies were out there that just because of chance, fell through.?" 37:15 "So we have to redo statistics, is that what you're saying?" 37:45 " Is there anything that we didn't talk about that you wanted to mention?"
Jeff Counts discusses the music performed on Songs of Gratitude, the first concert in NOVA's 2021/22 Season.Music discussed includes:Ludwig van Beethoven: Heiliger Dankgesang (Holy Song of Thanksgiving), op. 132Brittany J. Green: ...to experience lifeClarice Assad: MetamorfoseJohannes Brahms: String Sextet No. 2 in G major, op. 36Songs of Gratitude will be presented on October 10, 2021 at 3pm in Salt Lake City's Libby Gardner Concert Hall. For more information, visit https://www.novaslc.org.Jeff Counts | hostproduced by Chris Myers (https://www.argylearts.com)Copyright © 2021 NOVA Chamber Music Series. All rights reserved.
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of the f-slur, homophobia, sex, immigration, war, fascism. It's rare that a movie comes along and surprises us so much that we can't help but swoon, but Wes Anderson really hit us with this movie. I mean where else are you going to see the grand sweeping design of 1930's Eastern Europe with a rakish Ralph Fiennes, a delightfully deadpan Tony Revolori, and a super-Irish and adorable Saorsie Ronan? And that's just the cast that gets top billing; there's a dozen or more massive movie stars that just get peppered throughout this movie. But it's Wes' adaptation and vision that make this movie a genuinely delightful adventure, and on par artistically with all of his previous work. Spray on some L'Air de Panache as we wrap up our Andersons series with The Grand Budapest Hotel this week on Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive.
Das erste Mal kümmern wir uns ausschließlich einzig und allein um eine Oper. Wir haben zwar schon über Opern gesprochen - was wir natürlich schon längst wieder vergessen hatten -, aber eine ganze Sendung haben wir einer Oper noch nicht gewidmet. Wir besprechen in dieser Sendung 'Fidelio' von Ludwig van Beethoven. Schließlich verkosten wir auch wieder einen Wein, diesmal einen Riesling vom Weingut Werner in der Weinregion Nahe.
What would you pay not to do? That is what Eliza Ludwig (Money Coach) and I chat about today. Her ideas cross the transactional tasks stuff and the transformational changes we can make if we challenge why we do what we do. For example healthy nutrition is important to you but you are grabbing takeout food a few times a week and wishing you could afford a house cleaner. A clear sign it is time to check in with your values to decide what you could pay not to do in an aligned way. If you find yourself thinking “I can't afford it”, “I don't have time” or “I am not good with numbers” and you are ready for increased joy in your life then this episode is for you. Some key points: You can pay to outsource almost anything Insourcing joy is all up to you Your values and your skill levels can guide decisions Money is often the perceived barrier Time freedom is often the reward Eliza Ludwig - LinkedIN: www.linkedin.com/in/elizaludwig/ The Flow Society: www.theflowsociety.com.au Related Episodes: 71: Ditch the budget & grow your money mindset - Heidi Rumohr https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/71-ditch-the-budget-grow-your-money-mindset-heidi-rumohr/id1517210258?i=1000527182770 ********************************************************************* We hope you enjoyed the episode Visit the Go to Grow Website here: www.gotogrow.com.au Send us an email with any thoughts, questions or ideas to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks so much for choosing growth and being part of the tribe. The best way you can support our weekly diverse messy real growth exploration is to share the growth love - share an episode with your team, your boss, your family or friends. screen shot one and post it and of course a rate/review would be growth-tastic. thanks so much and see you next week. Cheers, Melissa --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/go-grow/message
In this episode of the Active Self Protection Podcast we sit down with three female self-defenders as they tell us about how and why they decided to take responsibility for their and their family's self-protection. They discuss their reasons, their training and their experiences as they tell us how they obtained the attitude, skills and plan to defend themselves and those they love. Active Self Protection exists to help good, sane, sober, moral, prudent people in all walks of life to more effectively protect themselves and their loved ones from criminal violence. On the ASP Podcast you will hear the true stories of life-or-death self defense encounters from the men and women that lived them. If you are interested in the Second Amendment, self-defense, defensive firearms use, martial arts or the use of less-lethal tools used in the real world to defend life and family, you will find this show riveting. Join host and career federal agent Mike Willever as he talks to real-life survivors. You will hear their stories in-depth. You'll hear about these incidents and the self-defenders from well before the encounter occurred on through the legal and emotional aftermath. Title music by Jorikbasov.
Was geschah mit dem Deutschen Ludwig Leichhardt, der 1848 bei dem Versuch den australischen Kontinent von Osten nach Westen zu durchqueren spurlos verschwand? Wurden er und seine Begleiter Opfer extremer Wetterlagen?War der Expeditionstrupp falsch ausgerüstet? Oder wurde die Gruppe von australischen Ureinwohnern angegriffen, weil sie unwissentlich ein Heiligtum entweihten? Wir versuchen den Weg Ludwigs Leichhardts nachzuzeichnen und dabei zu erklären, warum man der Deutsche in Australien jedem bekannt ist, aber in der Heimat gänzlich unbekannt blieb. Zum HOAXILLA Merchandise geht es hier. Hier gibt es Informationen dazu, wie man uns unterstützen kann.
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of alcoholism, drinking fuel, military, war, isolation, mental illness, murder, sexual addiction, sexual obsession, violence, incest, cults, Scientology, manipulation. We were so excited for this week. A film we'd had built up in our heads from the trailers, the mystery, the Scientology connections. So it was a major bummer to see Paul Thomas Anderson pull a Kubrick on this film and miss the point entirely for this story to succeed. It's not like he didn't have a unique and thoughtful approach to his take on cults and Scientology - using a damaged and destructive character as an entry point is a brilliant move. But there's no plot, no story foundation, and it just leaves us having to slog through a gorgeous movie about people being awful and manipulating each other. And gorgeous it is, being Anderson's first foray into the rich colors of 65/70mm formatting and absolutely stunning performances from three powerhouse actors. If only there was an actual story to tell. Grab a can of jug juice as we discuss The Master this week on Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at email@example.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpt of "Able-Bodied Seamen" from the motion picture score for The Master is written and composed by Jonny Greenwood. ℗2012 Nonesuch Records Inc. Excerpts from the film The Master are © 2012 Western Film Company LLC. All Rights Reserved. Excerpt of "Mr. Moustafa" from the motion picture score for The Grand Budapest Hotel is written and composed by Alexandre Desplat. ℗2014 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.
William Ludwig recently joined host Elias in the cave! William stars as young Tony Soprano in the highly anticipated prequel film, The Many Saints of Newark based on the popular series, The Sopranos created by David Chase. We talk about his experiences on set making the film, getting career advice from the likes of Ray Liotta, and working with a dialect coach to really nail the Jersey Italian accent (especially the F word in true Sopranos fashion!) You can watch this interview on YouTube https://youtu.be/QNbns_pcSp8 You can find William on Instagram @TheWilliamLudwig Have a question? Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Social Media for the latest show updates! www.twitter.com/themccpodcast www.instagram.com/themccpodcast www.facebook.com/themancavechroniclespodcast www.themccpodcast.com
In this episode, Giovanni and Florian discuss how venture capital works in BENELUX, going from Medtech entrepreneur to a VC, new hubs that are forming in Medtech in Europe, and more. Florian Ludwig LinkedIn Thuja Capital Website Giovanni Lauricella LinkedIn Project Medtech LinkedIn Project Medtech Website
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of childhood neglect, child romance, infidelity, running away from home, social services, orphanages. We're traveling back in time to New Penzance this week as we're meeting up with Wes Anderson again, this time in a tale of childhood romance, confusion, and hope set among some incredibly dysfunctional adults. While it's clear why this might be a fan favorite for many fans of Wes' work, his style really outdoes the substance of this work in a lot of ways. His directing is front and center in this movie, but it's to the detriment of the story, which spends a little too much time on relatively mundane adult storylines and not enough time having the children at the center of the movie grapple with those issues. There's some miscues and missed tones, and while it really is a delightful film, especially from the supporting cast, it leaves a lot on the table. Get up and ready for reveille with the Troop Captain as we discuss Moonrise Kingdom this week on Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at email@example.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpt of "The Heroic Weather-Conditions of the Universe, Part 1: A Veiled Mist" from the motion picture score for Moonrise Kingdom is written and composed by Alexandre Desplat. ℗2012 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc. Excerpts from the film Magnolia are © 2000 New Line Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Excerpt of "Able-Bodied Seamen" from the motion picture score for The Master is written and composed by Jonny Greenwood. ℗2012 Nonesuch Records Inc.
This is a special episode of Think Like an Owner. In this episode, Tim Ludwig turns the microphone around to interview me on where my interest in small companies came from, starting and building Think Like an Owner, memorable moments from running the podcast, my answers to my own closing questions, and much more. We also discuss a new media company I'm incredibly excited to announce called The Operator's Handbook. The Handbook is a print publication interviewing small company operators to find new ideas on how to operate, improve, and grow small companies more effectively. Tim has been very impactful in starting The Operator's Handbook and is a close advisor of mine as I build this new media company. If you want to learn more about the Handbook, visit theoperatorshandbook.com and sign up to receive updates as we prepare the first issue for release. Tim believed in me when I had very little to show for my ambition and has continued to be an impactful mentor in my life and career. He was the perfect person to host this special episode and I am incredibly grateful for all the time and wisdom he's shared with me. Please enjoy this turn-the-tables episode with Tim Ludwig and myself. For the full episode transcript and more, visit alexbridgeman.com/podcast.
Kati Ludwig, A hybrid-healer who weaves spirit and energy medicine through her scientific background of clinical psychology. She transforms her client's lives to be hopeful, stable and empowered. You are your own guru. Be inspired by your own story. Your answers lie within you, you only need the tools to access them. Kati's mission is to help people to hold space for themselves and to achieve steadfast inner peace. She approaches the biology and the hardened industry of clinical dis-ease with a maternal, soulful presence. Kati has mastered traditional cognitive therapy, but her piercing eyes and understanding reach into one's body, far surpassing the limits of the mind, in order to meet the soul exactly where it is and coax it back into its full vitality. Further information on Kati: www.kati-ludwig.com Te Arahi is a modern day guide who assists individuals to uncover ancient wisdoms. By supporting them in utilizing these practices they are empowered to overcome adversity and develop resilience to move forward and live the life of their dreams. Steeped in the indigenous Maori knowledge and practices of his ancestors, Te Arahi brings heart and love to his various vocations and a light soul to his life's journey. TED Talk - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9uEiA9YTXM&t=688s Facebook business page: https://www.facebook.com/taiaha.nz
Today we celebrate a German landscape gardener who introduced English gardens to Germany. We'll also learn about an American painter and printmaker best known for her incredible painting Love Locked Out (1890)... but she was also a gardener and painted beautiful landscapes. We'll also look back at a cautionary story about a botanist who protected his peach crop at a tremendous cost and using terrible judgment. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that will help you learn how to cook with all those garden veggies. If you're running out of ideas - this book is perfect for you. And then we'll wrap things up with a bit of glimpse into a magnificent garden property in Baden, Germany, back on this day in 1835. It's quite the story. Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy. The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: A personal update from me Garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf. Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org Curated News Butternut squash and caramelized onion galette | House & Garden | Deb Perelman (Smitten Kitten) PLUS! Brand New Book Release tomorrow: Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and original blog posts for yourself, you're in luck. I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there's no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community, where you'd search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group. Important Events September 13, 1750 Birth of Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell, German landscape gardener. He is regarded as the man who introduced English gardens to Germany, and his planting style is still prevalent in German landscapes today. One of Friedrich's most significant commissions was at Nymphenburg Palace, where he transformed formal baroque gardens into English landscape gardens for King Max I. The transformation was a compelling blend of old and new, with some established gardens along the central axis left untouched. In 1816, he built the historic Geranium House (glasshouse) at Nymphenburg. Today the building houses a permanent exhibit featuring Friedrich's work at the palace park. Friedrich recognized the importance of natural borders along woodlands, open space between trees and shrubs, and removing trees for the sake of the landscape. He valued certain trees - like oaks and lindens - over more common species like maple and ash. September 13, 1844 Birth of Anna Massey Lea Merritt, American painter, and printmaker. Born in Philadelphia, she spent most of her life in England. She is best known for Love Locked Out (1890), which she painted to honor her husband, who died three months after their wedding. In addition to her portraiture and religious work, she painted landscapes. She wrote, The nastiest of all weeds is that sycophant - Dock - also called Herb Patience. When you grasp the strong-seeming stalk, it has no fiber, it melts away in a soft squash, leaving its root in the ground; even Nettles are pleasanter to touch. September 13, 1916 On this day, the Hartford Courant (Connecticut) reported: Dr. Henry Hurd Rusby, a noted botanist and dean of the medical faculty of Columbia University, shot and wounded Alfred Fasano, aged 13, here today when Fasano and three other boys... were pilfering peaches from his orchard. A double-barreled shotgun was the weapon used. He told the police that he had been annoyed by boys stealing his fruit and… that he intended only to frighten the boys. Unearthed Words He was the first to admit that he had been singularly ill-qualified for all his previous jobs. Just a few months earlier, he had accepted the editorship of Gardening Magazine. “Nobody could know less about gardening than me,” he said. But it didn't stop him dispensing advice for his readers. “I would solemnly give them my views on whether it was better to plant globe artichokes in September or March.” Now, at last, he had fallen into a job for which he was extremely well qualified, one in which the only seeds to be planted were those of wholescale destruction. ― Giles Milton, Churchill's Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: The Mavericks Who Plotted Hitler's Defeat Grow That Garden Library Vegan 100 by Gaz Oakley This book came out in 2018, and the subtitle is Over 100 Incredible Recipes from Avant-Garde Vegan. In this book, Gaz celebrates the versatility and adventure you can find when you dedicate time to creating new dishes with vegetables. Gaz is a famous chef - thanks to Social Media and his fantastic channels on Instagramram and YouTube - where he shares many of his recipes with his avid fanbase. Personally, Gaz decided to change his diet and go vegan - and ever since, he's found new ways to make exciting and tasty meals to make again and again. Gaz is known for creating innovative and straightforward food that helps people - even gardeners - see new possibilities for plant-based dishes. This book is 224 pages of vibrant vegetables in many full-page photographs that steal the show and define modern vegan cooking. You can get a copy of Vegan 100 by Gaz Oakley and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $8. Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart September 13, 1835 On this day, British artist and writer James Forbes stopped at the castle in Baden during his horticultural tour through Germany, Belgium, and France. In his journal, he wrote of Baden: ...the tremendous precipices of rock, and plantations, render this spot the most picturesque… on my tour through Germany. [There is an] excellent promenade, called the English garden, with neatly kept walks and pieces of lawn, [and] a magnificent building called the "Conversation House," with numerous orange trees arranged in front of it. In the interior, I was much surprised to see in a very spacious room, splendidly furnished, [and] a large concourse of ladies and gentlemen, during Sunday, very busy at the gambling tables; in fact, the ladies appeared to be fully as expert gamblers as the gentlemen. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of murder, suicide, assault, grief, cancer, loss of a loved one, child molestation, anxiety, depression, police, power in relationships, sexism, seduction science, misogyny, death, drug abuse, child neglect, child abuse, trauma. This week brings perhaps the most polarizing movie in our series - you either love this movie, flaws and all, or you don't like it. But at 3 hours and change of a twisting, winding story of interconnectedness, our friend Paul Thomas Anderson does a pretty great job of keeping the audience compelled throughout the story. What's good about this movie is incredible, sublime at times, with the actors perfectly cast to capture a perfectly written moment. But there's a handful of stories that are only barely tethered to the story writ large, and there's a final act escalation that threatens to undo the subtle crafting of story and plot that's so developed in other parts of the film. But with enough star power in the ensemble to fund a couple of studios for years, there's a reason this movie has endured as one of Anderson's most notable films, problems and all. Grab your books and look for the coincidences as we discuss Magnolia this week on Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpt of “Save Me” from the motion picture soundtrack to Magnolia is written and performed by Aimee Mann. ©1999 Aimee Mann ASCAP. ©℗1999 Reprise Records, a Time Warner Company. Excerpts from the film Magnolia are © 2000 New Line Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Excerpt of "The Heroic Weather-Conditions of the Universe, Part 1: A Veiled Mist" from the motion picture score for Moonrise Kingdom is written and composed by Alexandre Desplat. ℗2012 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.
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In this episode, we have the pleasure of sitting down with Rick Ludwig and Diane Vanderwoude Russel. We chat about their work as funeral directors at Kitching, Steepe & Ludwig Funeral Home as well as about grief and all that it entails, including how we can support those who are grieving. Check it out and let us know what you think. To keep up with the podcast, check out our website: https://www.realtalkpodcast.ca/ Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for updates, clips, and more! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReformedRealTalk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reformedrealtalk/ We'd love to hear from you. Please send us your questions, comments, or other feedback at email@example.com. Thanks for listening! If you liked what you heard, please share this podcast with your family and friends!
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER CONTENT WARNING: mental illness, robbery, gunplay, violence. This week, we're actually going back a year earlier to the feature debut of a director who was clearly figuring some things out still. Wes Anderson was a University of Texas graduate with a short film that did well enough at a Dallas film festival to get noticed by, of all people, James L. Brooks, and get him and his unknown buddy, Owen Wilson, a chance to make a movie for Columbia Pictures. And the result? It's a mixed back, to be honest - the cast is really solid and the characters are superb. But for a movie full of awkward moments, inconveniences, and a full on botched robbery, the plot of this movie is surprisingly thin. And as for Wes Anderson's renowned aesthetic - it's there, you can see it, but it's like looking at a rough sketch or first draft. It's not a bad movie, but it's pretty obvious why it flopped. Good thing Wes had some real bangers to come. Grab your jumpsuit and hop on your mini-bike as we scoot through Bottle Rocket this week on Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpt of “Futureman's Theme” from the original motion picture score to the film Bottle Rocket composed by Mark Mothersbaugh. ℗©1995 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. Excerpts from the film Bottle Rocket are © 1996 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Excerpt of “Save Me” from the motion picture soundtrack to the film Magnolia is written and performed by Aimee Mann. ©1999 Aimee Mann ASCAP. ©℗1999 Reprise Records, a Time Warner Company.
Summary: Economical concepts can be extremely intricate, but Matthew Scott's new children's book The Illusion of Money breaks down the creation and functioning of money into simpler terms for the young reader. The plot is lighthearted and centers around a kingdom that acquires a new ruler; he creates the concept of paper money allegedly backed by gold. It is a fun story that essentially gets children to think about how money works without getting too complex. Tune in to hear more about Scott's book and some of the inspiration behind the story. Highlights: -Matthew is American and studied finance in the US. He has always been interested in how money is created -He went to Austria and took an alternate career path because he could not speak German—he took the English teaching route and then started teaching at university, working kids camps, etc. -Matthew recently wrote a children's book called The Illusion of Money -How money comes to be, gets destroyed, and functions are all very complex concepts, so it is intriguing to look at how Scott describes them in simpler terms -Scott started with children's books to make use of his financial expertise without merely writing a larger nonfiction book centered around finance -The book is a fun story with the intention of getting children to think about the nature of money -It takes place in a kingdom where the king has died, and there is no heir to the throne -The new king promises paper money, but there is no gold to back it, which causes a surplus of inflation, and leads the kingdom towards near collapse -Ludwig rounds up his friends, and they try to exchange their paper money for gold -The king refuses, so they overthrow the kingdom -Money creation is ultimately a form of wealth extraction -The story doesn't even mention the term ‘inflation,' but frames this concept in a way that is digestible for young readers -A scheme where money is created out of nowhere -The kickstarter campaign for the book is launching September 7th and will have early bird deals -It should be available on Amazon around early November Useful Links: Financial Survival Network The Illusion of Money
Synopsis On today's date in 1806, Ludwig van Beethoven wrote to his publishers Breitkopf and Härtel: “you may have at once three new string quartets.” These were three new works Beethoven had written on commission from the wealthy Russian ambassador to Vienna, Count Andrey Kirillovich Razumovsky. Beethoven was stretching the truth a bit when he told his publisher they could have the quartets “at once,” since as per the Count's commission, Razumovsky had exclusive rights to the music for a full year. But then, Beethoven had also promised the Count that he'd weave authentic Russian melodies in all three quartets but ended up doing so in just two of them. Today, these “Razumovsky” Quartets rank among Beethoven's most popular chamber works, but initially they were NOT well received. When shown the music prior to publication, a professional Viennese quartet assumed Beethoven was playing a practical joke on them. The second movement of the first quartet, with its cello solo on just one note, provoked particular disdain. Muzio Clementi, who had seen these quartets in manuscript, remarked to Beethoven “Surely you don't consider these works to be music!” To which Beethoven replied: “Oh, they are not for you, but for a later age.” Music Played in Today's Program Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827): String Quartet in F, Op. 59, No. 1 (Orford Quartet) CBC 2020
This week Jamie talks to Lilly Ludwig, animal intuitive. Jamie discovered Lilly on TikTok (of course!) and then waited three months for an appointment so that she could talk to her childhood cat Angel, who passed away in 2011. They talk about how and when Lilly realized that she was different from other kids and had a special gift, exactly what animals sound like (spoiler alert: they don't all have British accents like Jamie wanted to think, lol), and so much more about communicating with not only cats and dogs, but horses and other (less cute) animals, too! They end the episode when Lilly talks to Jamie's cats, Gemma and Gea, and we laugh a ton. If you love animals, this episode is definitely for you! Follow along on IG: @itsJamieStone and @ALittleTooMuchPodcast If you haven't already, I'd be SO grateful if you took a minute to rate, review and subscribe to the podcast!
Jeff Stern owns and operates Stern Tanning Co. which acquired the United Rawhide Company of Chicago in 2001 - the former largest manufacturer or drumheads in the world before mylar became king. United Rawhide was the primary drumhead provider for Slingerland, Gretsch, Rogers, and Ludwig. Jeff teaches us the start to finish process of how a tannery works and creates high quality drumheads, plus lots of great information about how, when, and why you would want to use a calf or goat skin drumhead. Here is the DRUM Magazine article about how to tuck a drumhead: https://drummagazine.com/old-school-tools-how-to-tuck-calfskin-heads/ Stern Tanning Co. website: http://www.sterntanning.com/ Thanks to Dream Cymbals for sponsoring this episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCATCHER CONTENT WARNING: Discussion of a murder-suicide, cocaine use, assault, verbal abuse, pornography, sex, genitalia, custody battles, addiction, violence, sexual assault. misogyny. We're back after a little time away, and we're diving into two directors we both love but have a few films we need to catch up on. And they just so happen to have the same last name: Anderson. We're kicking things off with modern-day maestro auteur, Paul Thomas Anderson, in a film that both established him but is also wildly different and unique in its subject matter, compared to his other films. Which is not to say that a film about pornography in the 1970's isn't within P.T.'s purview, but this film is loud, boisterous, and colorful, in contrast to some of the muted, strained tones of his other works. In many ways we're watching a filmmaker fine-tune his skills in real time, which is pretty incredible considering this is still very early in his career. In fact the only weak link in this otherwise pretty fantastic script and film is actually one of the actors, and it's only because he decided he hated pornography and hated the movie while doing it; and his performance was good enough to earn him an Oscar nomination. It's truly one of the most nuanced, thoughtful films about a really complicated set of working relationships…and it happens to feature a lot of sex. Get ready for seriously R-rated fun as we talk about Boogie Nights this week on Macintosh & Maud Haven't Seen What?! You can email us with feedback at email@example.com, or you can connect with us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also please subscribe, rate and review the show on your favorite podcatcher, and tell your friends. Intro and outro music taken from the Second Movement of Ludwig von Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Hong Kong (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 HK) license. To hear the full performance or get more information, visit the song page at the Internet Archive. Excerpt of “Best of My Love” written by Maurice White and Al McKay, and performed by The Emotions. Copyright 1977 Columbia Records; Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc. Excerpts from the film Boogie Nights are © 1997 New Line Productions, Inc. Excerpt of “Futureman's Theme” from the original motion picture score to the film Bottle Rocket composed by Mark Mothersbaugh. ℗©1995 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
As CNS gets underway this weekend in Florida, (August 29-31) featuring Willie Walsh, Director General of IATA, on his first public mission with gravitas after his appointment, I would gladly ask him questions regarding the IATA approach. Starting with Air Cargo, is One Record the totem for which IATA decided to ditch its IATA FIATA program? Was the entire IATA FIATA negotiation just a straddle strategy? Time to celebrate 30 years of the CNS Partnership recalling the people that made the "Partnership" go Meet Francesco Parisi Up Close & Personal When Parisi went into business in 1807 Napoleon was alive and signed a peace treaty with Russia; Ludwig von Beethoven debuted his Symphony Number 4 and Robert Fulton launched his first steamboat on the Hudson River in New York. Today in 2019, the quiet and unassuming Francesco Parisi (third generation) is a constant force for good as former President of FIATA and active builder of global transportation. Sad to report our colleague Steve Prince of Woodstock, Georgia died of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis on Friday August 20, 2021. He was 72 years of age. Steve had served as publisher of Air Cargo World since 1991 and later he spent many years serving with the Board of TIACA promoting and bettering the cause of the air cargo industry. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/geoffrey-arend/support
Thomas Hedlund is a drummer from Umeå, Sweden. His powerful multi-genre style and ability has landed him in many bands over the past 15 year, including post-metalers Cult of Luna, The Perishers, Khoma, and currently indie rock bands Deportees and Phoenix. Outside of drumming, Thomas works for a Swedish grant committee, which provides grants and financial assistance for artists in need. He tells us how difficult and rewarding the committee was during the pandemic and what he learned in the process. Joe and Thomas share their few experiences playing shows thus far in the pandemic, how the love of performing outweighs the restrictions, and what they look forward to in the coming months. They also discuss the benefits of remote recording vs. the ease of being in a room together. Of course......they talk drums, and Thomas gives us a tip on the "5 second rule".We hear a tune from Deportees. Music by Deportees and Joe PlummerUse Code Fret10 for a free month of Music Production Suite Pro and a 10% discount on all other software. Visit Izotope.com
Is Dairy Good For Us? | This episode is brought to you by ButcherBoxWe have no biological requirement for dairy, and yet, we've been told over and over again that this food is a great source of calcium and that milk makes healthy bones and we should drink it daily. However, the research shows that none of this is true. In fact, close to 70 percent of the world's population is genetically unable to properly digest milk and other dairy products—a problem known as lactose intolerance. But even if you aren't lactose intolerant, consuming dairy can lead to weight gain, bloating, acne, gas, allergies, eczema, brittle bones, and sometimes even cancer.In this mini-episode, Dr. Hyman discusses why he often works with patients to eliminate dairy in conversations with his colleagues Lisa Dreher and Dr. Elizabeth Boham. He also speaks with Dr. David Ludwig about his recent research on milk and dairy products.Lisa Dreher is a registered dietitian who got her undergraduate nutrition degree at the Rochester Institute of Technology and completed a dietetic internship through Cornell University. Lisa first worked in the acute care hospital setting and became a Clinical Nutrition Specialist working in Pediatric Gastroenterology at the University of Rochester Medical Center. At the same time, she pursued her Masters degree in Nutrition and Integrative Health from the Maryland University of Integrative Health and started practicing integrative and functional nutrition in private practice before joining UWC in 2015. She has since received additional training through the Institute for Functional Medicine. Over the past 10 years, Lisa has delivered several public health lectures on the role of food as medicine and her work has been showcased in Reader's Digest, on National Public Radio, and she was featured in the Broken Brain 2 series. She also developed the Digestive Health and Gut Microbiome training module for the Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine practice group through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Elizabeth Boham is a physician and nutritionist who practices Functional Medicine at The UltraWellness Center in Lenox, MA. Through her practice and lecturing she has helped thousands of people achieve their goals of optimum health and wellness. She witnesses the power of nutrition every day in her practice and is committed to training other physicians to utilize nutrition in healing. Dr. Boham has contributed to many articles and wrote the latest chapter on Obesity for the Rankel Textbook of Family Medicine. She is part of the faculty of the Institute for Functional Medicine and has been featured on the Dr. Oz show and in a variety of publications and media including Huffington Post, The Chalkboard Magazine, and Experience Life. Her DVD Breast Wellness: Tools to Prevent and Heal from Breast Cancer explores the Functional Medicine approach to keeping your breasts and whole body well.David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD is an endocrinologist and researcher at Boston Children's Hospital. He holds the rank of Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Ludwig is co-director of the New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center and founder of the Optimal Weight for Life program, one of the country's oldest and largest clinics for the care of overweight children. For more than 25 years, Dr. Ludwig has studied the effects of dietary composition on metabolism, body weight, and risk for chronic disease. Described as an “obesity warrior” by Time Magazine, Dr. Ludwig has fought for fundamental policy changes to improve the food environment. He has been a Principal Investigator on numerous grants from the National Institutes of Health and philanthropic organizations and has published over 200 scientific articles. Dr. Ludwig was a Contributing Writer at JAMA for 10 years and presently serves as an editor for The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and The BMJ. He has written 3 books for the general public, including the #1 New York Times bestseller Always, Hungry? Conquer Cravings, Retrain Your Fat Cells, and Lose Weight Permanently.This episode is brought to you by ButcherBox. Right now ButcherBox has a special offer for new members. If you sign up today you'll get 2 ribeye steaks free in your first box plus $10 off by going to butcherbox.com/farmacy.Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Lisa Dreher, “A Simple Diet Experiment That May Solve Most Of Your Health Issues” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/FeJHNRJ3 Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Boham, “Acne, Weight Gain, Facial Hair, Hair Loss, Infertility: Is PCOS The Cause?” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/68G64S1YFind Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. David Ludwig, “Why Most Everything We Were Told About Dairy Is Wrong” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrDavidLudwig See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rafik era um menino pequeno e doce, mas tinha um apetite de leão! Ele morava com seus tios, que diziam que a barriga de Rafik era um saco sem fundo. Um dia, eles bolam um plano para se livrar do menino. Como será que o astuto Rafik vai escapar dessa? In: Kalinda, a princesa que perdeu os cabelos e outras histórias africanas Texto e ilustrações: Celso Sisto Editora Escarlate Música: Ludwig van Beethoven, Sonata para violino em G maior, Opus 30 (www.musopen.org) ____ O Histórias de Pai Para Filha é um podcast que agrada a pais e filhos, com histórias produzidas, escritas ou adaptadas por mim, um pai coruja que quer ensinar à sua filha o gosto pelas histórias e pela língua portuguesa. Os episódios saem a cada três semanas. Acompanhe o podcast no Youtube, onde eu conto algumas histórias por trás das histórias que você escuta aqui! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/depaiparafilha/message
Happiness is one of the most basic human emotions and a feeling composers often express through music. But what makes a piece of music sound joyful? Hear how Pharrell Williams, Ludwig van Beethoven, Red Velvet, Prince Nico Mbarga and John Coltrane have conveyed happiness through their music. Stuff to think about after you've listened: What are some sounds that you associate with happiness? What are songs that you listen to when you are experiencing happiness? What made you choose these songs? Ready to explore more music about happiness? Check out our playlists on Spotify or Apple Music. This is one of eight Music Blocks episodes exploring how musicians express emotions through sound. You can listen in any order. Find more episodes, discussion questions and playlists at MusicBlocksPodcast.org. Tell us how you're using Music Blocks in the classroom or at home, or share your playlists and music creations inspired by the podcast! Email us: Hello@MusicBlocksPodcast.org Music Blocks is a production of Colorado Public Radio's Audio Innovations Studio. Hosts and Producers: Luis Antonio Perez and Rebekah Romberg Editors: Jo Erickson and Dennis Funk Education Advisor: Carla Aguilar, Ph.D. Executive Producer: Brad Turner Thank you: Monika Vischer at CPR Classical, Bruce Trujillo and Willobee Carlan at Indie 102.3, Jodi Gersh, Kim Nguyen, Mia Rincón, Clara Shelton, Hart Van Denburg, and all the teachers and students who shared feedback and attended virtual focus groups as we developed this podcast.
For most of her professional life Dianne Ludwig worked in the corporate world, but when she retired she decided to start a small hobby business selling vintage clothing online under the moniker Welcome Back Slow Fashion - the name a nod to her spurning of the fast fashion industry.
Sandra Hinojosa Ludwig is a certified life coach from the Transformational Arts College in Toronto, Canada. Through her Facebook and Instagram communities, as well as her non-profit coaching program and her Chica Catalyst, she helps Latinas intentionally manifest a life that loves them back. Through individual and group coaching, Sandra has connected with women from all over the Americas, including the United States, Canada, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. After leaving her childhood home of Monterrey, Mexico, Sandra poured herself into a successful corporate career that took her to Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, and ultimately to Canada, where she now resides. Tired from trying to unsuccessfully chase happiness, she turned to therapy and spirituality for help, eventually becoming a certified life coach, Reiki practitioner, and a certified angel card reader.
Is it legal for banks to engage in a group boycott of fossil fuels? Can your retirement fund manager “play politics” with your money, divesting from fossil fuels to save the climate with “green” investments – even if returns will be lower? Jacki talks with Jason Isaac, director of the Texas Public Policy Foundation's Life:Powered Initiative, which just launched a landmark white paper explaining many ways that a company or fiduciary could be held liable for letting politics guide their investments. Plus, the two discuss what you can do if you think you have been on the receiving end of this unlawful behavior. Who funds anti-fossil fuel activist communities? Hayden Ludwig is a senior investigative researcher at the Capitol Research Center, Jacki's go-to source exposing activism dollars. When so many U.S. energy and environmental policies seem to favor Russia, China, and OPEC, one wonders whether those countries play a hand in funding the activism … or whether the movements are home grown. Ludwig breaks down American sources of funding. Finally, Texas and other states have experienced a spike in power outages that Jacki predicts will become the new norm as unreliables - like wind and solar - become a greater share of the grid feed. “Unreliables” (a term borrowed from the prescient Alex Esptein) generate between 0 to 30% of their capacity – depending on the day's weather. Many states (CA, TX, PA, etc.) are sitting atop all the oil, gas, or coal they need, yet fail to power homes and businesses – endangering lives – by mandating use of energy sources that do not work when needed most during extreme weather. Jacki discusses the problem with energy markets expert Bill Peacock, founder of ExcellentThought and the immediate past vice president of research at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
Ever have that moment where you've wanted to create a more aligned life for yourself? Certified life coach and author, Sandra Hinojosa Ludwig is all about manifesting a life that loves you back and reminds us that despite where we are on our spiritual journey, that life is within reach. In this episode, Sandra shares her continuous learning with manifestation and the role that we play in living a life designed perfectly for us by the universe through self-mastery. She also offers an authentic look into what manifestation looks like for immigrants and people of color that removes the idea of “positive vibes only.” We also talk about: Sandra's relationship with manifestation Manifesting the why vs. the what Intentional manifestation 3 questions you should ask yourself before manifesting How to get into energetic alignment The difference between manifesting and coincidences The reality of manifestation and systematic oppression Connect with us after the show at https://wellnessglowup.com/ (wellnessglowup.com!) Resources Want to go deeper and get a step-by-step guide or course for your wellness? We got you. Head to our shop at https://wellnessglowup.com/shop (wellnessglowup.com/shop) Connect with us for daily inspiration and reflection prompts at: Instagram.com/wellnessglowupmedia Pre-order Kayla's book Things I Could Never Thank You For on Kindle https://www.amazon.com/dp/B098PL3F2Y/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Kayla+nedza&qid=1625587285&sr=8-1 (here) Sandra's website: https://www.sandrahinojosaludwig.com/ (https://www.sandrahinojosaludwig.com/) Follow Sandra on IG: @sandrahinojosaludwig This podcast is for educational purposes only. The host claims no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the information presented herein.
In his first podcast appearance, Jim Ludwig from Dark Sword Miniatures reveals the history of Dark Sword Miniatures, the origins of A Song of Ice and Fire the Miniatures Game, as well as his friendship with George R.R. Martin and George's role in ASOIAF TMG. Join Chase and Simon as we are given the chance … Continue reading On the Table Gaming Ep 107: The Origins of ASOAIF TMG with Jim Ludwig from Dark Sword Miniatures →
In today's episode with Ludwig von Busse, Co-Founder and CEO of Simplifa you will learn1. How Simplifa successfully wins clients by creating pain point diagnoses and providing suitable solutions2. Why the pandemic prompted Simplifa to restructure its sales organization and key lessons learned3. Andrea's perspective on the importance of aligning goals with your customer and being a trustful, honest thought leaderAbout LudwigLudwig stands out with his solution-oriented, digital mindset and his determination to help in a sustainable and effective way. After graduating in 2007 with a degree in Business Administration, Master of Science (MSc) and with the Diplome de Grande Ecole at ESCP Europe, he worked in various positions at OTIS, eventually becoming Sales and Marketing Manager "Modernization" of OTIS Germany in Berlin. In 2013, he co-founded Simplifa and today acts as shareholder and CEO responsible for sales, business development and marketing. Besides, Ludwig is a music and wine lover, Italy fan, as well as a passionate dad and chef. About SimplifaSimplifa was founded in 2013 by industry expert Ludwig von Busse and his founding partner Hubertus von Schierstaedt, who was previously a shareholder at GSI Unternehmensgruppe. The Simplifa GmbH aims to increase the transparency and predictability of elevator operations for all parties and to manage these processes even faster and more reliably for their customers. Simplifa is committed to further advance the deployment of state-of-the-art technologies and create interfaces to software systems of Simplifa's customers. Although the company is still young, it combines over 45 years of elevator expertise and works hard every day to achieve its goals in Berlin's City-West.About the host SammySammy is Managing Partner and founder of SAWOO. SAWOO helps companies with Social Marketing and Lead Generation to leverage the power of LinkedIn in a sustainable way. No spam, no bots but building real Human 2 Human connections between you and your B2B buyers.Shownotes LudwigFind Ludwig on LinkedIn or xingReach out to Ludwig via +49 1635828773 or Ludwig.firstname.lastname@example.orgLudwig's Company SimplifaLudwig's favorite business book: Joy Inc. by Richard Sheridan and Managing Complex Sales by Jeff Thull
I am joined by the beautiful Natalie Ludwig! Natalie is many things, but she's is mostly a fashion model and the co-founder of Conscious Co. The one-stop shop for the leading sustainable household and self-care products. Natalie has also modeled for so many incredible brands and magazines. I was so excited to chat with her because she's also a fellow Vancouver gal. She also did her undergrad at Dartmouth and her Masters at USC. I absolutely loved chatting with her, she's so genuine and sweet. We talk about how she got discovered with modeling, traveling the world for work, burning out, and learning to take breaks and focus on her mental health, what sustainability means to her, and everything Conscious Co. Of course, we end the episode with some fun-rapid fire questions. Follow @co.conscious and @natalielud Hope you enjoy :) @wellnowwhatpodcast
One of the most important steps in your journey of becoming a leader is learning how to build resilience so that you can navigate tough situations and challenging emotions. Today's interview with Richelle Ludwig is all about the stress cycle, and how to support yourself when you are noticing that you feel stressed out or overwhelmed. We also chat about learning to navigate your own inner experiences and build greater self-awareness through the lens of Parts Work, which is one of Richelle's areas of expertise in her coaching work. This episode is a breath of fresh air and perfect for you if you're craving slowness and deeper connection with your authentic self. Get in touch with Richelle: https://www.richelleludwig.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/richelle_ludwig/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/richelle.ludwig To check out Jess's work, check out the links below: Free Executive Presence course and ebook: https://jessguzikcoaching.com/freeresources/ Private Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theartofspeakingup 1:1 coaching: https://jessguzikcoaching.com/coaching/ Corporate speaking, workshops, and inquiries: email@example.com. IG: @theartofspeakingup Thank you SO much for tuning in, and I'll catch you next week! XO Jess