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Now queen of France, Catherine de' Medici is forced to form a somewhat unorthodox household with her husband Henri Diane de Poitiers. Meanwhile religious persecution and violence have been growing, and Henri prepares to once again face his and his father's nemesis, Emperor Charles V. Check out pictures, bibliographies, and more at http://www.medicipodcast.com. Support the podcast on Patreon.
Fernando Pane, general manager of Sina Villa Medici, talks with James Shillinglaw at the Signature Conference in Las Vegas earlier this year about what makes his hotel such a special place for guests eager to visit Florence in style. Part of the Sina group of luxury hotels in Italy, Sina Villa Medici also is a member of Marriott's Autograph Collection. For more information, visit www.sinahotels.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Charles VIII of France starts to head into Italy, beginning with the lands of Savoy where a 2-year-old duke leaves things to his mum to deal with the expensive guest who also asks her for a loan.Meanwhile, the Neapolitans try to go on the offensive by attacking locations along the Tuscan and Ligurian coast to no avail.Charles then meets with Ludovico il Moro, then the real duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo Sforza, who then dies a week after the meeting, saying goodbye to his dogs and horses at his deathbed.Then it is to Florence, where the son of Lorenzo the Magnificent, Piero, after sitting on the fence for a while, rolls over and gives Charles more than necessary and hets kicked out of Florence for it.Charles, however, fares no better with the new Florentine government and after a confusing argument about horns and bells, he makes his way to Rome with reduced results from the negotiation.
In apertura parliamo degli sbarchi di migranti a Lampedusa e del naufragio di lunedì notte, con circa quaranta persone soccorse, otto dispersi e la morte di una bimba di soli due anni. Con noi Rosalba Reggio de Il Sole 24 Ore, che ha trascorso una settimana a bordo della nave Geo Barents di Medici senza Frontiere, e Pietro Bartolo, medico lampedusano ed europarlamentare del Pd.A seguire parliamo dell'assoluzione degli attivisti di Ultima Generazione che si incollarono alla teca della Primavera del Botticelli, negli Uffizi a Firenze. Secondo la sentenza "il fatto non sussiste". Con noi Simone Ficicchia, uno dei militanti coinvolti.
William Magnuson, a professor at Texas A&M Law School and former Harvard University professor, discusses his book For Profit: A History of Corporations. The book covers eight different corporations throughout history, illustrating different facets of corporations. William chose these eight corporations because they were relevant to the modern world and their importance in shaping society. He aimed to explore the origins of corporations, focusing on foundational moments in corporate law, such as ancient Rome's tax-gathering entities, and the Medici bank. He talks about how studying corporations over 2000 years brought to light trends and why today's citizens are more impacted by corporations than at any other time in history. William considered including the Soviet Union, which was one of the world's great experiments in trying to structure and economy without corporations. However, he did not include any consumer packaged goods or retail companies on the list. He also considered researching other major tech companies like Apple, Google, and Microsoft, but ultimately chose not to include them. He also considered adding Japanese corporations, as there is a long history within corporate law scholarship that has similarities with US law but also some major differences. He highlights the importance of understanding the legal concept of corporations and the evolution of their features over time. He also acknowledges the potential for further research into other cultures and corporations, such as Japanese corporations, which could provide valuable insights into corporate law scholarship. Common Characteristics of the Modern Corporation The concept of a corporation has its roots in various ancient cultures, including the Incas, Chinese, and Japan. Europe was largely based on the Roman model, which outsourced government services to private individuals or organizations. This model was copied in Renaissance Italy and eventually moved up to the joint stock era in the 1600s. Japan has a long history of large conglomerate organizations, which are family-oriented and have evolved over time. The American corporation is largely based on the European tradition. Some common characteristics of modern corporations include limited liability, professional management class; single entity operation, and immortality, where a corporation never dies or ceases to exist, unlike partnerships, which end when one partner dies. This is important because historically, partnerships ended when one partner died, which was problematic for tax gathering in ancient Roman republics. Corporations are immortal, meaning they continue to exist even after the death of a single member or stockholder. The Birth of the Corporation The Roman Republic's Fabian strategy, which involved avoiding set battles and using private enterprise, played a significant role in the creation of corporations. In 218 BC, during the Punic War between Rome and Carthage, the Roman commander Cornelius Skipio wrote to the Senate, asking for supplies to continue the war. The Roman senate ran out of money, they made a plea to Roman citizens for support, and in return they asked for several terms, and this led to the idea of private enterprises as a solution to the problem, and legal rights for specific entities. In the Roman Republic, corporations had to have certain institutions in place to function effectively. These institutions included the Senate passing laws, corporate attorneys, banks, and other infrastructure. The rule of law was crucial for these entities to thrive, as it allowed them to enforce contracts in court. This rule of law was a key factor in the rise of the corporation in Renaissance Florence, where fragmented policies and conflicts between duchies, barons, kingdoms, empires, and city states were prevalent. The Medici bank, for example, created a rule of law within the city of Florence, creating separate entities with 15 branches, each serving as its own entity. This allowed them to create a rule of law in a world that didn't have it. Cities and Religious Organizations as Corporations Religious organizations, such as monasteries, were also considered corporations, but they were not in the same line of business. Cities, on the other hand, were outliers in the history of corporations, as they sought to protect their liberties and rights. Cities were able to benefit from incorporation, as they were protected by the Magna Carta. Corporations are flexible entities that can be used for various enterprises. William explains the element of limited liability, which is a fascinating element of corporations. It provides risk protection for owners, allowing them to gather capital and launch larger enterprises. However, the concept of limited liability was not always clear, and some statutes are still ambiguous. For example, the East India Company, which was one of the first corporations to adopt limited liability, was a case study that illustrates the importance of limited liability in the early years of corporations. Early Ideas of Governance in Corporations William discusses the concept of governance in corporations, focusing on the separation of owners and managers and how to align them. This separation is crucial for modern corporations with hundreds of thousands of shareholders, as it prevents conflicts between managers and shareholders. One example of this is Ford Motor Company, founded by Henry Ford in the early 1900s. Ford was known for his fiddling around and raising money from wealthy investors, but faced criticism from shareholders who were concerned about his financial performance. This led to a conflict of interest between Ford and his shareholders, which eventually led to the foundational concept of fiduciary duty in corporate law. William also discusses the history of shares trading hands, mentioning that in ancient Rome, there were physical certificates representing stock ownership. However, there is little evidence on the exact structure or form of the stock market. Today, the system is moving towards an electric electronic system, making it more complex. William teaches a class on the settlement of trades, which is one of the main focuses in FinTech and other research interests. He also discusses the evolution of the stock trading system, highlighting the importance of understanding the complex nature of the process of trading shares. The History of Corporate Advisors William discusses the history of corporations using professionals outside their four walls to advise them. He cites KKR, a private equity firm, as an example of a corporation that uses an ecosystem of professionals to help it operate in the world. The role of these professionals has become more important as corporate law and the corporate form become bigger and more complicated in the modern world. Institutional investors have also played a role in the venture capital industry, often spearheading companies with the interests of venture capitalists. Facebook's structure and story are shaped by its funding model, which was honed into the idea that venture capitalists would take bets and try to reach rapid growth to create a platform effect. This model is emulated by many other startups today. There is a big debate about the corporate purpose, whether they should focus on profit or consider environmental, social, or governance issues. Throughout his research, William was surprised to find that the structure of corporations has always been similar to the debates within society, and major corporations have always led to major changes in how they are regulated. For example, mass production, oil production, and concerns about too big to fail have led to new issues being raised when there is mass production or oil production. Misconceptions about Corporations and Their Role in Society William discusses the misconceptions about corporations and their role in society. He argues that corporations were created to promote the common good, not just profit, although what could be debated is what the common good means. This idea is based on historical evidence, such as the creation of the Florentine government and Queen Elizabeth England. He also discusses the debate surrounding fiduciary duties and the role of boards of directors, managers, and officers in determining the interests of shareholders. He disagrees with some scholars about the role of fiduciary duties and the broad discretion granted to managers to consider other interests beyond shareholder profit. He believes that this broad discretion has been informed by his research into the history of corporations and the factors that have led them to thrive. William's next book is on the history of law, focusing on foundational moments in time when the way we think about law, the rule of law, the Constitution, judges, and democracy have changed. He goes back to ancient Athens, ancient Rome, and the development of the code, moving up through the US Constitution Magna Carta to the current draft of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Links: Some additional book recommendations on corporate history from Professor Magnuson: Ernst Badian, Publicans and Sinners: Private Enterprise in the Service of the Roman Republic Raymond de Roover, The Rise and Decline of the Medici Bank William Dalrymple, The Anarchy: The Relentless Rise of the East India Company John Micklethwait & Adrian Wooldridge, The Company: A Short History of a Revolutionary Idea CONTACT: Twitter: @profmagnuson LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/william-magnuson-56479473/ Unleashed is produced by Umbrex, which has a mission of connecting independent management consultants with one another, creating opportunities for members to meet, build relationships, and share lessons learned. Learn more at www.umbrex.com.
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Something must be done to change the trajectory of human health because the trends are catastrophic. But my mission is to transform lives and empower people to a life of good health, so despite sometimes feeling like this war is too big to win, I also know there are so many health heroes out there fighting in the same fight I am. That includes Dr Coburn Allen and the healthcare company Medici. This episode is an inside look into what the future of healthcare companies needs to look like if we are to reverse our sick-care system into an actual healthcare system.Dr Coburn Allen is the Chief Medical Officer of Medici, a healthcare provider using the power of technology to offer people a better way. Motivated by the fact the United States spends twice as much on healthcare as its democratic peers yet has far worse health outcomes, Dr Allen's mission is to create a healthcare system that is designed for the individual and aligned with real health. Medici allows patients easy access to a team of concierges, coaches, dieticians, nurses, doctors and specialists with just a single text message all at a simple, transparent and surprisingly low cost. Join us as we explore:What it is going to take to stop and reverse the sick-care system and stats that 60% of American adults have one chronic disease due only to lifestyle, 40% have two and most importantly on average all of them believe there is nothing they can do about it!Why everyone needs not only a primary care physician in their life but a primary care team encompassing health care professionals like a health coach. The power of measuring compassion in healthcare and using reality to motivate people to make sticky habits and change the trajectory of their lives.The power of awareness and helping a pre-diabetic patient delay onset diabetes by 11 years with on average just one lifestyle change.How the sickest 5% of people contribute to more than 50% of overall healthcare costs, and how preventative or medicine 3.0 is the only way forward we have to change that.Using the power of AI to make a 20x better decision on whether to do further testing for patients, saving both lives and massive costs for patients. The disastrous state of health of children, why college has become the nexus point of disease and what we need to do to change our kids' future.Contact:Website – https://www.medi.ciMentionsBook – Compassionomics: The Revolutionary Scientific Evidence that Caring Makes a Difference, https://www.amazon.com/Compassionomics-Revolutionary-Scientific-Evidence-Difference-ebookSupport the showFollow Steve's socials: Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | TikTokSupport the show on Patreon:As much as we love doing it, there are costs involved and any contribution will allow us to keep going and keep finding the best guests in the world to share their health expertise with you. I'd be grateful and feel so blessed by your support: https://www.patreon.com/MadeToThriveShowSend me a WhatsApp to +27 64 871 0308. Disclaimer: Please see the link for our disclaimer policy for all of our content: https://madetothrive.co.za/terms-and-conditions-and-privacy-policy/
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"Estamos en peligro de incumplimiento de14 de los 17 Objetivos del Desarrollo sostenible en América Latina". Sebastián Welisiejko En el marco de Latimpacto 2023 en Río de Janeiro, nuestro Jedi Juan Del Cerro tuvo el honor de charlar con Sebastián Welisiejko Socio de New Ventures una plataforma líder en Latinoamérica que cataliza empresas sociales y ambientales, y fortalece al ecosistema que las soporta, a través de financiamiento. En esta entrevista, Juan y Sebatián hablaron sobre la importancia de la medición de impacto para crear un enfoque medible y transparente para lograr impactos significativos en las esferas ambientales, sociales y de gobernanza. Esta entrevista es un recordatorio de que es el momento de compartir ideas innovadoras y ayudar a financiar proyectos o empresas que ocupen la medición de impacto para impulsar un futuro sostenible.
We look at the background to the expedition by King Charles VIII of France into Italy to claim the throne of Naples. This takes us to explore the situation i Milan, with Duke Gian Galeazzo Sforza and his uncle Ludovico il Moro, then to Naples, where king Alphonse II has just succeeded his father Ferrante. We see the diplomatic and military preparation that once again sees the Italian powers, Milan, Venice, Florence, the Papal States and Naples have to decide which side to line up on, with the novelty of the most powerful army in Europe heading into the peninsula.This is the start of the Italian Wars, the conflict that really took Europe into the Modern Age.
Angelo Medici from Live Oak Bank is on the podcast today to talk about SBA lending, and the bank he represents knows a thing or two about it - they are the largest lender of SBA loans in the country. If you've been considering financing for the acquisition of another business or commercial real estate, this episode is for you. If you'd like me to put you in contact with Angelo specifically, grab the link below, fill out your information and I'll make an introduction. Let Me Introduce You To Angelo + Live Oak Bank --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wtfgymtalk/message
CATHERINE IN LOVE, 3min., USA Directed by Nikki (Nikila) Cole On the verge of being banished from the French Royal Court for failing to provide an heir to the throne, Catherine de Medici has been taking lessons in the Art of Seduction. She needs to seduce her husband create a baby, or else! Get to know the filmmaker: I have been researching the life of one of history's most misunderstood and maligned queens in history for a long time. When the opportunity came up to make a 2 minute film shot in Virtual Production on a Volume Wall with the DGC/Pixomondo/William F. White's workshop, I leapt at the chance to make a kind of Proof of Concept for the larger series. You can sign up for the 7 day free trial at www.wildsound.ca (available on your streaming services and APPS). There is a DAILY film festival to watch, plus a selection of award winning films on the platform. Then it's only $3.99 per month. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
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Medici in sciopero il 5 dicembre contro i tagli sulle pensioni in manovra. Ad essere scontenti sono anche gli infermieri. E in Lombardia, proprio per ovviare alla fuga di infermieri, l’Assessore Bertolaso annuncia l’arrivo di personale dall’estero. Sentiamo Antonio De Palma, presidente nazionale del sindacato infermieristico Nursing Up. Gli Stati Uniti bocciano la prospettiva israeliana di continuare ad occupare Gaza dopo il conflitto. Il commento di Vittorio Emanuele Parsi, professore ordinario di Relazioni Internazionali e Studi Strategici all’Università Cattolica di Milano, autore di “Madre Patria. Un’idea per una nazione di orfani” (Bompiani). La scrittrice Tillie Cole ritira dal mercato inglese la serie “Hades Hangmen” in seguito alle accuse di razzismo. Ci sembra un’occasione per parlare del politicamente corretto e della cancel culture nella letteratura con Costanza Rizzacasa D’Orsogna, autrice di “Scorrettissimi. La cancel culture nella cultura americana” (Laterza).
The Uffizi Gallery in Florence contains three paintings by Caravaggio. Two of them, the “Bacchus” and “The Medusa Shield” were sent by Cardinal Del Monte to Grand Duke Ferdinand de' Medici, while the third, the “Sacrifice of Isaac,” was acquired later. All three paintings reflect Caravaggio's unique and revolutionary painting style which incorporates shocking realism, violence, and the dramatic use of light and shadow.
Chapter 1 Interpret what The Agony and the Ecstasy is about"The Agony and the Ecstasy" is a biographical novel written by Irving Stone. It was first published in 1961 and tells the story of the life of Italian artist Michelangelo Buonarroti. The book covers Michelangelo's artistic journey, starting from his apprenticeship as a painter in Florence, his years working under the patronage of the Medici family, and his monumental works such as the sculpture of David and the painting of the Sistine Chapel ceiling in Rome. The novel explores the personal and artistic struggles faced by Michelangelo, including his battles with self-doubt, the demands of his patrons, and the conflicts between his artistic vision and the religious and political environment of Renaissance Italy. The title "The Agony and the Ecstasy" reflects the intense emotional and physical toll that Michelangelo experienced in pursuing his artistic passion, as well as the moments of triumph and transcendence he achieved. It provides a vivid portrayal of the life of one of the most renowned artists in history and the extraordinary commitment and sacrifice required to create enduring works of art.Chapter 2 Is The Agony and the Ecstasy A Good Book"The Agony and the Ecstasy" by Irving Stone is widely regarded as a well-written and engaging historical novel. Stone vividly portrays the life and struggles of Michelangelo Buonarroti, one of the most renowned artists of the Renaissance era. The book delves into the artist's creative process, his relationships, and the societal forces he encountered throughout his life. If you have an interest in art history or historical fiction, this book might be worth exploring.Chapter 3 Key Features of The Agony and the Ecstasy "The Agony and the Ecstasy" is a biographical historical novel written by Irving Stone, published in 1961. The novel tells the story of the life and works of the renowned Italian artist Michelangelo Buonarroti.The book begins with a young Michelangelo, who is passionate about creating art and studied under the patronage of Lorenzo de' Medici, a powerful ruler at the time. Michelangelo faces various challenges throughout his life, including financial difficulties, political conflicts, and personal struggles.One of Michelangelo's most famous projects is the painting of the Sistine Chapel ceiling in the Vatican. The book delves into the intricate process of the creation of the iconic frescoes, depicting the agony and intensity Michelangelo experienced while working on the project.The story also explores Michelangelo's relationships, including his complex bond with his patron and friend Pope Julius II. The dynamic between the two men is filled with tension and clashes, highlighting the struggle between the artist's creative vision and the demands of his powerful patron.Throughout the novel, Stone portrays Michelangelo as a deeply passionate and driven artist, constantly challenging himself and pushing the boundaries of his craft. The book also delves into his personal life, including his love affairs and his sense of isolation and loneliness."The Agony and the Ecstasy" offers a detailed and vivid portrayal of Michelangelo's life, his artistic talents, and the tumultuous times in which he lived. It provides insights into the creative process behind some of his most iconic artworks and explores the complex personality of one of history's greatest artists.Chapter 4 The Agony and the Ecstasy Author The author of the book "The Agony and the Ecstasy" is Irving Stone. He released the book in 1961....
Full Text of ReadingsMemorial of Saint Charles Borromeo, Bishop Lectionary: 484The Saint of the day is Saint Charles BorromeoSaint Charles Borromeo's Story The name of Charles Borromeo is associated with reform. He lived during the time of the Protestant Reformation, and had a hand in the reform of the whole Church during the final years of the Council of Trent. Although he belonged to the Milanese nobility and was related to the powerful Medici family, Charles desired to devote himself to the Church. In 1559, when his uncle, Cardinal de Medici was elected Pope Pius IV, he made Charles cardinal-deacon and administrator of the Archdiocese of Milan. At the time Charles was still a layman and a young student. Because of his intellectual qualities Charles was entrusted with several important offices connected with the Vatican, and later appointed secretary of state with responsibility for the papal states. The untimely death of his elder brother brought Charles to a definite decision to be ordained a priest, despite his relatives' insistence that he marry. Soon after being ordained a priest at age 25, Borromeo was consecrated bishop of Milan. Working behind the scenes, Saint Charles deserves the credit for keeping the Council of Trent in session when at several points it was on the verge of breaking up. Borromeo encouraged the pope to renew the Council in 1562, after it had been suspended for 10 years. He took upon himself the task of the entire correspondence during the final phase. Because of his work at the Council, Borromeo was unable to take up residence in Milan until the Council concluded. Eventually, Borromeo was allowed to devote his time to the Archdiocese of Milan, where the religious and moral picture was far from bright. The reform needed in every phase of Catholic life among both clergy and laity was initiated at a provincial council of all the bishops under him. Specific regulations were drawn up for bishops and other clergy: If the people were to be converted to a better life, Borromeo had to be the first to give a good example and renew their apostolic spirit. Charles took the initiative in giving a good example. He allotted most of his income to charity, forbade himself all luxury, and imposed severe penances upon himself. He sacrificed wealth, high honors, esteem, and influence to become poor. During the plague and famine of 1576, Borromeo tried to feed 60,000 to 70,000 people daily. To do this he borrowed large sums of money that required years to repay. Whereas the civil authorities fled at the height of the plague, he stayed in the city, where he ministered to the sick and the dying, helping those in want. Work and the heavy burdens of his high office began to affect Archbishop Borromeo's health, leading to his death at the age of 46. Reflection Saint Charles Borromeo made his own the words of Christ: “…I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you cared for me, in prison and you visited me” (Matthew 25:35-36). Borromeo saw Christ in his neighbor, and knew that charity done for the least of his flock was charity done for Christ. Saint Charles Borromeo is a Patron Saint of: CatechistsCatechumensSeminarians Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
Far from a fairly tale life, to secure her future Catherine de' Medici must overcome snobbery at the royal court, anti-Italian racism, escalating religious and political tensions, her husband's bizarre love for his own surrogate mother Diane de Poitiers, and even her own body's seeming inability to get pregnant with an heir to the French throne. Check out pictures, bibliographies, and more at http://www.medicipodcast.com. Support the podcast on Patreon.
Savonarola and his companions are brought before a tribunal and sentenced to death. Despite being formally condemned as a heretic, the friar's legacy would continue to cast a long shadow over Florentine politics in the years to come. Email me Follow me on Twitter Like the show on Facebook Watch the show on YouTube Visit the eBay store Bibliography: Bartlett, Kenneth. Florence in the Age of the Medici and Savonarola, 1464-1498: A Short History with Documents. Hackett Publishing, 2018. Landucci, Luca. A Florentine Diary from 1450 to 1516. Columbia University Press, 1927. Martines, Lauro. Fire in the City: Savonarola and the Struggle for the Soul of Renaissance Florence. Oxford University Press, 2005. Savonarola, Girolamo. A Guide to Righteous Living and Other Works. Toronto Center for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2003. Strathern, Paul. Death in Florence: The Medici, Savonarola, and the Battle for the Soul of a Renaissance City. Pegasus Books, 2016. Villari, Pasquale. Life and Times of Girolamo Savonarola. University of the Pacific Press, 2004. Weinstein, Donald. Savonarola: The Rise and Fall of a Renaissance Prophet. Yale University Press, 2011. Cover Image: Portrait of a Dominican, presumed to be Girolamo Savonarola, c. 1524 Opening Theme: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, "From the New World", Op. 95, B. 178 by Antonín Dvořák Closing Theme: "Dies Irae" performed by the Monastic Choir of the Grimbergen Abbey
Sono migliaia i medici e infermieri pronti ad abbandonare il nostro Paese per approdare all'estero. Interessi sul debito, pensioni e superbonus: queste le tre bombe a orologeria che esploderanno sui conti pubblici dal 2024 in poi. Lo smart working resiste e l'Italia (piano piano) impara la cultura del lavoro per risultati
Oggi parliamo del primo accordo mondiale sui rischi dell'AI, del taglio del cuneo fiscale per redditi sotto i 35mila euro de dei medici in fuga dall'Italia che sognano un futuro migliore all'estero. ... Qui il link per iscriversi al canale Whatsapp di Notizie a colazione: https://whatsapp.com/channel/0029Va7X7C4DjiOmdBGtOL3z Per iscriverti al canale Telegram: https://t.me/notizieacolazione ... Qui gli altri podcast di Class Editori: https://milanofinanza.it/podcast Musica https://www.bensound.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Discover who gave Zac the advise to "shut up and listen!", why his curiosity helped him succeed, and what inspired him to help other leaders realize that it's ok to rest (14 minutes). CEO BLINDSPOTS® PODCAST GUEST: Zac Jiwa. Zac is an investor, entrepreneur, and thought leader in healthcare technology. His illustrious career has given him a wide range of leadership experience, and he is knowledgeable about the difficulties that the healthcare industry poses to both businesses and consumers. In addition, he is a man of faith and the founder of Kingdom Ventures. At Olive, the healthcare AI company, Zac oversaw M&A for its Clearinghouse business and led a team primarily concerned with healthcare fintech and payment automation. As CEO of The Karis Group (now Point Health), which had previously operated as a patient advocacy call center, Zac oversaw the company's transformation into a provider of technology-enabled services before joining Olive. He restructured the company, hired a new executive team, and raised capital to align the company for future success. Prior to taking on his most recent roles, Zac founded MI7, Inc., where he and his team spearheaded efforts to commoditize clinical data exchange while building disruptive cloud-based technology in the healthcare interoperability space. He has worked with digital health businesses like Medici (telehealth), Cureatr (telepharmacy), Texas Health Catalyst at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin, Pacific Crest Securities, Pristine (telehealth via Google Glass), Freebird Interactive in a strategic advisory capacity through his work with ZEEM Consulting. Zac was previously a member of the prestigious first class of Innovation Fellows at the US Department of Health and Human Services. There he worked on complex problems with the technical implementation of Healthcare.gov. Zac also served as the chief technology officer and IT coordinator for the Department of Health in Louisiana. He was in charge of federal and state efforts related to the HITECH Act (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act of 2009) and drove innovation initiatives for the department. Other positions included Head of Product for Connected Health at Microsoft's Health Solutions Group, Healthcare Product Manager for Motion Computing's C5 Mobile Clinical Assistant Tablet PC, and Chief Information Officer for Pediatric Subspecialists at Children's Hospital Austin. Zac holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Oklahoma State University and studied Marketing at the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University. For more information about Zac and his new investment, visit "Food, Wine, and God"; https://www.foodwineandgod.com/ CEO Blindspots® podcast host: Birgit Kamps. Birgit's professional experience includes starting and selling an “Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Private Company” and a “Best Company to Work for in Texas”, and serving as a Board Member with various companies. She is able to help investors and executives quickly discover blind spots holding their organization back, and accelerate leadership effectiveness. In addition, Birgit is the host of the CEO Blindspots® Podcast which was recognized by Spotify for having the “biggest listener growth” in the USA by 733%; https://www.ceoblindspots.com/ To ask questions about this or one of the 200+ other CEO Blindspots® Podcast episodes, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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In this week's episode, we're featuring Malachi, a selected artist from The Champ Medici Arts Fund. Malachi, also known as The Wright Artist, hailing from the humble village of Dixmoor just outside Chicago, has emerged as a prominent artist on the global stage. In a community where art is often overlooked, Malachi draws inspiration from his creative family, surrounded by a household bursting with imaginative souls. His artistic journey commenced at an early age, collaborating with his brother to recreate captivating images sourced from movies, the internet, and every source of inspiration they could find. https://www.thewrightart.net
Catherine de Medici, born in 1519, was a member of the renowned Italian Medici family. Her life took a dramatic turn when she married Henry II of France and became Queen of France in the mid-16th century. Despite her humble beginnings as an Italian noblewoman, Catherine quickly rose to prominence and played a pivotal role in shaping the destiny of a nation. We unravel her early years in Italy, where she was exposed to the Renaissance's intellectual and artistic fervor. We then follow her to the French court, where she faced the challenges of a foreign Queen navigating the treacherous waters of the Valois dynasty. Catherine's reign as Queen of France was marked by complex political maneuvering and the enduring influence of the Catholic Church. We discuss her role in the Wars of Religion, a tumultuous period marked by sectarian strife between Catholics and Huguenots (Protestants). Her actions as a devout Catholic regent, at times ruthless and at times compassionate, left an indelible mark on the religious landscape of France. Her indomitable spirit, shrewd political acumen, and remarkable resilience in the face of adversity paint a vivid portrait of a woman who shaped the course of history. Her legacy as a formidable queen, mother, and political strategist continues to captivate scholars and history enthusiasts alike. Get your Homance apparel: nicolebonneville.etsy.com Follow us on IG: @homance_chronicles Connect with us: linktr.ee/homance Send us a Hoe of History request: email@example.com
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Drafts are back, baby. And not just any old draft, no, but to celebrate the return of the greatest game, we're drafting none other than the best of the only true and living doctor, Reiner Knizia. Who ends up with the best list? Vote for your favourite, you could win a $50 gift voucher! Before we doc it up, we talk about Empire's End, My Favourite Things, and Four Horsemen. Timecodes: 02:33 - Empire's End 12:15 - My Favourite Things 21:15 - Four Horsemen 27:48 - Drafting Reiner Knizia games 33:44 - Tigris & Euphrates 34:49 - Zoo Vadis 36:32 - Ra 37:47 - Modern Art 39:19 - The Quest for El Dorado 41:03 - Blue Lagoon 42:03 - Lost Cities 45:29 - Medici 46:39 - Stephenson's Rocket 47:44 - My City 49:13 - Taj Mahal 52:09 - Babylonia 53:29 - Mille Fiori 55:14 - Yellow & Yangtze 58:04 - High Society Join the PAX Unplugged Math Trade at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/trade Send us topic ideas at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/topics Check out our wiki at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/wiki Join the discussion at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/discord Join our Facebook group at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/facebook Get a Board Game Barrage T-shirt at: https://boardgamebarrage.com/store
Before charging into the modern age, we take our usual look back on past episodes for a recap. In this case we look at the middle to late 15th century as the "big five" Naples, Milan, Venice, Florence and the Papal States struggle for dominance in a complicated balance, without forgetting interesting minor players, such as Savoy, Urbino and Trentino.
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Pasión: La pasión es lo que te impulsa a dar lo mejor de ti en lo que haces. Aquí tienes por qué es tan poderosa: Motivación Inquebrantable: Cuando tienes pasión por una meta, te sientes naturalmente motivado para trabajar en ella, incluso en días difíciles. Crecimiento y Desarrollo: La pasión te lleva a buscar constantemente el crecimiento y el aprendizaje en tu área de interés. Inspiración para los Demás: Tu pasión puede inspirar a otros a seguir sus propias pasiones y metas. Planificación: La planificación proporciona la estructura que te guía hacia tus objetivos. Aquí tienes cómo funciona: Establecimiento de Objetivos Claros: La planificación te ayuda a definir tus metas de manera precisa y a desglosarlas en pasos alcanzables. Priorización de Tareas: Te permite priorizar tareas para enfocarte en lo que es más importante y evitar distracciones. Medición de Progreso: Con un plan en su lugar, puedes medir tu progreso y realizar ajustes según sea necesario. Perseverancia: La perseverancia es la voluntad de mantenerse firme en la búsqueda de tus metas, incluso cuando las cosas se ponen difíciles: Superar Obstáculos: La perseverancia te ayuda a superar obstáculos y fracasos. Te permite aprender de tus errores en lugar de darte por vencido. Construcción de Resiliencia: Cada desafío que enfrentas te hace más fuerte y te prepara para futuros obstáculos. Éxito Duradero: Las personas que perseveran alcanzan el éxito a largo plazo porque no se rinden ante las primeras señales de dificultad. Paciencia: La paciencia es una virtud, y aquí tienes algunas razones por las que es tan crucial: Desarrollo Personal: La paciencia te permite crecer como individuo. Aprendes a lidiar con la incertidumbre y a mantenerte tranquilo en momentos de adversidad. Toma de Decisiones: La paciencia te da la claridad para tomar decisiones racionales en lugar de actuar impulsivamente. Resolución de Problemas: Te permite abordar problemas con calma y creatividad en lugar de entrar en pánico.
As Savonarola languishes in his prison cell, his faith is tested. Reckoning with his inner battle between hope and despair, Savonarola would then write a series of religious tracts that have since taken on great theological significance. Email me Follow me on Twitter Like the show on Facebook Watch the show on YouTube Visit the eBay store Bibliography: Bartlett, Kenneth. Florence in the Age of the Medici and Savonarola, 1464-1498: A Short History with Documents. Hackett Publishing, 2018. Landucci, Luca. A Florentine Diary from 1450 to 1516. Columbia University Press, 1927. Martines, Lauro. Fire in the City: Savonarola and the Struggle for the Soul of Renaissance Florence. Oxford University Press, 2005. Savonarola, Girolamo. A Guide to Righteous Living and Other Works. Toronto Center for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2003. Strathern, Paul. Death in Florence: The Medici, Savonarola, and the Battle for the Soul of a Renaissance City. Pegasus Books, 2016. Villari, Pasquale. Life and Times of Girolamo Savonarola. University of the Pacific Press, 2004. Weinstein, Donald. Savonarola: The Rise and Fall of a Renaissance Prophet. Yale University Press, 2011. Cover Image: Portrait of a Dominican, presumed to be Girolamo Savonarola, c. 1524 Opening Theme: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, "From the New World", Op. 95, B. 178 by Antonín Dvořák Closing Theme: "Dies Irae" performed by the Monastic Choir of the Grimbergen Abbey
Giulio Busi"Gesù il re ribelle"Una storia ebraicaMondadori Editorewww.mondadori.itChi è, veramente, Gesù? Sappiamo cosa è diventato dopo la sua morte, in duemila anni di fede cristiana. Ma come lo considerano i contemporanei? Cosa pensano quando lo ascoltano parlare e mentre lo vedono agire?Poco prima della fine, egli pronuncia su di sé parole enigmatiche: «Io so da dove vengo, e dove vado. Voi, invece, non sapete da dove vengo e dove vado» (Gv 8,14). Può questo messaggio di un «re» ebreo illuminare anche l'origine e la meta della nostra vita?Attraverso un fitto e appassionato dialogo con i Vangeli, Giulio Busi traccia il profilo di un Gesù ribelle, assai diverso dall'immagine del buon pastore, mite e mansueto, trasmessa da gran parte della tradizione cristiana. È il Gesù della polemica e dell'invettiva. E, insieme, il Gesù visionario che sovverte e trascende ogni limite di spazio e di tempo, in continuo movimento tra il «qui» della sofferenza e della sopraffazione e il «là» della pace e della vita spirituale.A delinearsi con chiarezza in queste pagine è, in particolare, una «storia ebraica» del maestro di Nazaret. Per lui, infatti, gli ebrei non sono mai «loro» ma «noi». E se la sua ribellione s'indirizza anche contro l'élite religiosa giudaica, è pur sempre la ribellione di un ebreo, orgoglioso della propria appartenenza, che sa interpretare la Torah in modo straordinariamente raffinato, eppure libero, nuovo, creativo.Alla fine, Gesù è un re proscritto, su cui pende un ordine di arresto. Un rabbi itinerante braccato e costretto a nascondersi. Quando sale a Gerusalemme per l'ultima Pasqua, sa che verrà tradito, catturato, percosso, ucciso. I suoi si sbandano, rinnegano. Solo un gruppo di donne non lo lascia nell'ora più oscura. E soltanto una donna cerca il proprio maestro e per prima lo trova, all'alba, in un giardino, al di là della morte.Il giudaismo ha rifiutato il regno senza potere impersonato da Gesù. Il cristianesimo ha trasformato la missione errante dei primi discepoli ebrei, senza famiglia e senza averi, senza bagaglio e senza armi, in una realtà solida, ben costruita, capace di durare per millenni. Ma la ribellione di Gesù ancora continua.Giulio Busi è professore ordinario alla Freie Universität di Berlino e presidente della Fondazione Palazzo Bondoni Pastorio. Ha scritto di mistica ebraica, di storia rinascimentale, della filosofia di Giovanni Pico della Mirandola. Collaboratore di lungo corso delle pagine culturali del «Sole – 24 Ore», ha uno stile letterario inconfondibile, incalzante e, al tempo stesso, documentatissimo. Per Mondadori ha pubblicato: Lorenzo de' Medici (2016), Michelangelo (2017), Marco Polo (2018), Cristoforo Colombo (2020) e Giulio II (2021).IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarewww.ilpostodelleparole.itQuesto show fa parte del network Spreaker Prime. Se sei interessato a fare pubblicità in questo podcast, contattaci su https://www.spreaker.com/show/1487855/advertisement
In this week's episode, we sit down with Cordell Broadus, aka Champ Medici, to discuss the Champ Medici Arts Fund on Tezos. This electric episode gives a day in the life of Cordell also features a surprise guest, Champ's Mentor, Russell Simmons!
Canadian filmmaker Jon Cassar has made a knack for himself on many international and Hollywood TV productions. As the Godfather of Suspence, he helmed 69 episodes + the TV movie of the TV show 24. Other recurring directing/producing credits include: Forever Knight, The Dead Zone, Terra Nova, Revolution, Medici, The Kennedys, Continuum, La Femme Nikita, The Orville & FBI saga. His big and small screen films include: Danger Beneath the Sea, Forsaken, When the Bough Breaks and Rough Air. Ryan T Richardson (20 Years of 24, Go Tell Someone) helps summarize the appeal, mystery, intense acting and overall appeal of Cassar and how these small-screen filmmakers make a name for themselves with these crowdpleasing dramas! MAIN LINKS: LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/JURSPodcast Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JackedUpReviewShow/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2452329545040913 Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackedUpReview Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacked_up_podcast/ SHOW LINKS: YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCIyMawFPgvOpOUhKcQo4eQQ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-jacked-up-review-show-59422651/ Podbean: https://jackedupreviewshow.podbean.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7Eg8w0DNympD6SQXSj1X3M Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast/id1494236218 RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/the-jacked-up-review-show-We4VjE Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1494236218/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNDYyOTdjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Anchor: https://anchor.fm/s/a46297c/podcast/rss PocketCasts: https://pca.st/0ncd5qp4 CastBox: https://castbox.fm/channel/The-Jacked-Up-Review-Show-Podcast-id2591222 #MovieReview #FilmTwitter #PodFamily #PodcastersOfInstagram #Movies #Film #Cinema #Music #Reviews #Retrospect #Podcasts #MutantFam #MutantFamily #actionmystery #bmovies #scifihorror #truecrime #historydramas #warmovies #podcastcollabs #hottakes #edgy #cultmovies #nsfw #HorrorFam #badass
Con Isabel Juarez | La poderosa familia de los Medici fueron una pieza clave durante siglos para entender la ciudad de Florencia de hoy. Nos dejamos seducir por el patrimonio arquitectónico y artístico que nos legaron, pero ¿y el musical? Los Medici patrocinaron y cultivaron las artes musicales y lo podrás descubrir en este Antiguallas dedicado a ellos.
Catherine de' Medici has just married into the monarchy of France, arguably the oldest surviving Catholic Christian monarchy in Europe. So it's a good time to ask the question that would shape Catherine's life: how was it that a monarchy that barred women and their children from the crown also had a long history of powerful women guiding it? Check out pictures, bibliographies, and more at http://www.medicipodcast.com. Support the podcast on Patreon.
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This week, the International Living Podcast swoops down to the rolling hills of Tuscany, Italy. Host, Jim Santos, talks to International Living Lifestyle Editor, Seán Keenan. Seán joins the podcast fresh from a trip to the heart of the Italian region best known for its olive groves, vineyard-covered hills, centuries-old farmhouses, and art-filled cities.Florence and Pisa, where Seán spent much of his time in Italy, are among the world's most-visited destinations. Florence, famous worldwide for its architecture and the long-lived opulence of the city's Medici founders, has been a fixture of European tourism since the 17th century. Europe's educated elite made the city a stopping-off point on their ‘Grand Tour' to the antiquities of ancient Greece. Tourists are everywhere in the historic center, there to view artworks as infamous as Michelangelo's David, or Bottecelli's Birth of Venus.Pisa, too, groans under the weight of mass tourism. With a globally recognized icon of the modern tourism industry—the Leaning Tower—nestled in the city's northwest corner, the footfall of international visitors is enormous. Most come to take a photo of themselves with the tower, and leave soon afterwards.It's a missed opportunity because, overlooked by the majority of its visitors, Pisa is one of Europe's most attractive, liveable, and pleasant cities. Florence, too, away from the crush of the tourists, is an energetic and attractive civic space, with food, wine, conviviality, and charm that rewards a deeper dive than the tourist trudge from the Duomo to the Pitti Palace.It's this ‘untourist' experience that brought International Living to Tuscany; to search for the overlooked piazzas, cafés, bars, villages, and undiscovered corners of the region, as well as the flavors, customs, and charm that lies under the surface. It's surprising just how easy it is to become an ‘untourist'. And it's infinitely more rewarding than the package tour approach. Tune in for inspiration and ideas on how to make Untourist Tuscany yours.If you're enjoying the podcast, we would really appreciate it if you could leave us a review on your favorite podcast platform: https://lovethepodcast.com/internationalliving.Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube
This is Dice Tower Now for the week of October 10, 2023. This week, Camilla and Corey barely get home from Germany, Barry helps slap together an episode, and this is what a podcast sounds like at 3am. TOP STORIES (1:50) Spiel uses AI in ads and Backerkit bans AI from projects And Mattel announces Pictionary vs AI Undaunted 2200 Callisto from Osprey Games Aqua by Dan and Tristan Halstad with Sidekick Games Kronologic from Yoann Levet and Fabien Gridel and Supermeeple New edition of Medici from Steamforged Games Renegade to bring Mandoo's Vale of Eternity to North America Portal Games co-publishing AI: Space Puzzle SPONSOR UPDATE (10:25) Go Lucky Duck CONNECT: Follow our Twitter newsfeed: twitter.com/dicetowernow Dig in with Corey at DiceTowerDish.com.
Political tensions in Florence reach a climax, and Savonarola is challenged to undergo a trial by fire. When the results of the trial turn public opinion decisively against him, he and his fellow monks are forced to make a desperate last stand in the monastery of San Marco. Email me Follow me on Twitter Like the show on Facebook Watch the show on YouTube Visit the eBay store Bibliography: Bartlett, Kenneth. Florence in the Age of the Medici and Savonarola, 1464-1498: A Short History with Documents. Hackett Publishing, 2018. Landucci, Luca. A Florentine Diary from 1450 to 1516. Columbia University Press, 1927. Martines, Lauro. Fire in the City: Savonarola and the Struggle for the Soul of Renaissance Florence. Oxford University Press, 2005. Savonarola, Girolamo. A Guide to Righteous Living and Other Works. Toronto Center for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2003. Strathern, Paul. Death in Florence: The Medici, Savonarola, and the Battle for the Soul of a Renaissance City. Pegasus Books, 2016. Villari, Pasquale. Life and Times of Girolamo Savonarola. University of the Pacific Press, 2004. Weinstein, Donald. Savonarola: The Rise and Fall of a Renaissance Prophet. Yale University Press, 2011. Cover Image: Portrait of a Dominican, presumed to be Girolamo Savonarola, c. 1524 Opening Theme: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, "From the New World", Op. 95, B. 178 by Antonín Dvořák Closing Theme: "Dies Irae" performed by the Monastic Choir of the Grimbergen Abbey
A fading genre actor and an obsessed fan meet. It's not Misery at all, it's Parasocial, the latest graphic novel from the twisted minds of Erica Henderson and Alex de Campi! Parasocial is this creative team's newest collaboration since their critically acclaimed Dracula, Motherf--r! both published by Image Comics. We talk about: What makes a horror story deeply scary Who is Luke Indiana and the power of pseudonymsThe economics of fandom and genre celebrity95% of fandom is a wonderful transformative force, it's the other 5%....The power and perils of fandom and social media"A color scheme for the lies they tell themselves and a color scheme for the lies they tell other people"DraculaMaking fan art of your artAnd the Medici family's sexy bible fan art Erica Henderson is a NY Times best selling and Eisner award winning artist and writer. You've read Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. Her latest is Danger and Other Unknown Risks. Buy her merch https://ericafails.threadless.com/ Alex de Campi is a writer of best selling horror/thrillers. Eisner-nominated for Bad Girls and Twisted Romance. She's a returning guest on my show-- listen to her talk about Dracula MF- https://bit.ly/alexdcVV
Kei Concepts CEO Viet Nguyen takes the inspiration for his restaurant group from an unusual source — 14th century Italian banking dynasty Medici family — to build his own dynasty of eight restaurants, with more on the way, in Orange County. While the different restaurants are all separate concepts with their own menus, the consistency in service and experience can be felt across the brand. Customer Sabrina has dined at multiple concepts in the group and shares what really makes them special. Theme Music by and
Kei Concepts CEO Viet Nguyen takes the inspiration for his restaurant group from an unusual source — 14th century Italian banking dynasty Medici family — to build his own dynasty of eight restaurants, with more on the way, in Orange County. While the different restaurants are all separate concepts with their own menus, the consistency in service and experience can be felt across the brand. Customer Sabrina has dined at multiple concepts in the group and shares what really makes them special. Kei Concepts More about the episode Theme Music by Ali Schwartz and Meserole Sound
In this Episode, Kelsie and Brooke discuss Leah Redmond Chang's new and riveting book Young Queens: Three Renaissance Women and the Price of Power. Her book explores the lives of Catherine de' Medici (the Queen of France from 1547 to 1559), Elisabeth de Valois (Queen of Spain from 1559 through 1568) and Mary Queen of Scots (Queen of Scotland from 1542 through 1567). These three queens exercized power in a world dominated by men. Leah Redmond Chang is a former associate professor of French literature and culture at the George Washington University. Her writing draws on her extensive experience as a researcher in the archives and in rare book libraries. Her previous books include Into Print: The Invention of Female Authorship in Early Modern France, which focused on women and book culture in the sixteenth century, and (with Katherine Kong) Portraits of the Queen Mother, about the many public faces of Catherine de Medici. Let's get into this! Get FREE Learning Materials Support the Remedial Herstory Project SHOP Remedial Herstory Gear
In this very special episode, we have the opportunity to speak with author and former professor Dr. Leah Redmond Chang to discuss her latest book, Young Queens: Three Renaissance Women and the Price of Power. This narrative history looks at the intertwined lives of Catherine de' Medici (the Queen of France from 1547 to 1559), Elisabeth de Valois (Queen of Spain from 1559 through 1568) and Mary, Queen of Scots (Queen of Scotland from 1542 through 1567). Leah's extensive research showcases how the history of these three queens represent the trials and tribulations women faced in the 16th century and the parallels to modern society. Listen today and be sure to get your copy of Young Queens from your favorite bookseller! Signed copies can also be found at Politics and Prose Bookstore (politics-prose.com). Support the show
We linger yet another episode in the Middle Ages to take a look at the Duchy of Urbino and in particular the "condottiero" Federico da Montefeltro, he of th eodd shped nose. There is also a murder mystery surrounding the death of his predessssor and some macbre pasrts with intimate bit being detatched.
In this episode of Half-Arsed History, uncover the tale of Catherine de' Medici, an Italian noblewoman who rose to become the ruler of France during one of the most tumultuous periods in French history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices