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Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery and secrets to long-term staff. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "Secrets to Long-Term Staff — with Giancarlo Zuliani, MD." Some surgeons look at staff as an overhead expense that must be “dealt with” to run their practice. They wish they could forgo staff altogether and skip the hassle of hiring, training and managing people. They have had enough of bad hires who: come in late, leave early and do mediocre work in between. They can't understand why staff can't just do the job they are getting paid to do. What's the big deal? It can't be that hard and so on…. Other surgeons think much differently about staff. They know they can't do it alone and good staff can make them look good and make their life easier. They like working with staff who have their back, who support them and who move the practice forward. They see staff as their practice secret weapon who is an asset to their success. Dr. Giancarlo Zuliani is of this later mindset. In this week's Beauty and the Biz Podcast, I interviewed Dr. Giancarlo Zuliani. He is a facial plastic surgeon in private practice in Bloomfield Hills, MI and focuses on rejuvenating, restoring and reconstructing the face through surgical and non-surgical procedures. We talked about how he finds good staff (even with today's staffing challenges) and keeps them engaged for the long run. Also, how they help him grow the practice using their own unique talents. His attitude about staff being as asset has paid off, to the point where he is busy and now looking for more space. His approach is refreshing (and he has run with the bulls!) Visit Dr Zuliani's Website
Nuevo episodio de GMF con el repaso de los partidos de ayer de la Liga, con especial atención a la épica remontada del Barça en el Sadar de la que escucharemos a protagonistas. Os contamos también los incidentes protagonizados por ultras en Pamplona, la confesión de Balliu sobre su marcaje a Vinicius, las palabras de Konaté que calientan ya la eliminatoria de Champions contra el Madrid, el gabinete de crisis en el Villarreal y la lista de nombres de los grandes olvidados por Tité de cara al mundial de Qatar.
Jasun Horsley spent his early life fleeing from a sense of unreality and has been trying to get to the bottom of it ever since. A childhood love of superheroes became an adolescent passion for movies and eventually transmogrified into an obsession with the occult. In forty-five years of earthly existence, he has been a New York barfly, a Hollywood wanna-be, a sorcerer-chaser in Mexico, an acid-eater on Haight-Ashbury. He had an End-Times community in Taos, was destitute in North Africa, begged in Paris, lived with Benedictine monks in France, ran with the bulls in Pamplona, had alien encounters in Navarra, apprenticed with a shaman in Guatemala, lost his mind in Columbia, made digital movies in London, edited a newspaper in Oaxaca, read Tarot in Portugal, saw UFOs in Patmos, ran an existential detective agency, and followed a guru in Canada. He is currently working with Dave Oshana and laying the groundwork for his next incarnation. While sure his life is fiction, he has yet to meet the author. He has written several books under the names Jake and Jason Horsley and Aeolus Kephas, and had a run of podcasts, "Stormy Weather" and "Warty Theorems." His official website is www.auticulture.com
Whereas astrology has become a popular practice for many people worldwide, especially in recent years, there is still a lot of skepticism around it. Many skeptics tend to correlate the word astrology with horoscope, its most publicized practice, but this is only a tiny part of it. Numerous astrological methods, like natal charts, are complicated and embedded with years of traditions. Humans have been mapping patterns in the sky for centuries. Ancient Babylonians first carved the heavens into the Western zodiac we recognize today. Astrology was once a vital part of Western European culture, considered a science with the same integrity as astronomy. It was the advent of science in the 17th century that denigrated astrology as a pseudoscience. Nevertheless, its popularity is soaring, even thanks to social media, and people have started using it for many aspects of their lives. Today's guest, Ilona Pamplona, will tell us about her background in college education, how Walter Mercado and her mom introduced her to magic and astrology, and why she decided to become the Postmodern Oracle. Ilona Pamplona is an astrology-informed life coach. She is an MA wellness coach and has a book called The Chronicle Books. Ilona is a chief community-visionary officer, and she is also a believer in magical realism. She's helped dozens of women reconnect with their inner worlds, harness the magic of their emotions, and transform their most important relationship, the one they have with themselves. Some Questions I Ask:Where'd you grow up? (4.32)What are human design and astrology? (22.56)Which programs do you offer? (33.42) In This Episode, You Will Learn: How Walter Mercado and her mom introduced Ilona to astrology (7.12)From working in education to becoming the Postmodern Oracle (14.33)The five of Human Designs (27.15) Connect with Ilona Pamplona: InstagramTiktokBook an appointment with IlonaLet's Connect!WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInJackie Tapia Arbonne website Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Con Aneyma León, Marina Martínez Vicens, Juanma Romero, Clara Jiménez Cruz y Miguel Ángel Cajigal, 'El Barroquista'. Hoy hablamos con el convento de las Clarisas de Pamplona, donde una monja de 86 años ha reducido y encerrado a una ladrona que pretendía robarles el dinero de la congregación. El Barroquista nos cuenta el desastre patrimonial de la isla chilena Rapa Nui, donde los incendios están poniendo en peligro decenas de moáis. Y, como siempre, hacemos un repaso de la Maldita Hemeroteca y desmentimos algunos bulos.
The dust from the Jerry Sandusky scandal has settled, but has the true story been told? Today we hear from Dr. Graham Spanier about his book In the Lions' Den: The Penn State Scandal and a Rush to Judgment. Links from the show:* In the Lions' Den: The Penn State Scandal and a Rush to Judgment* Connect with Graham* Subscribe to the newsletterAbout my guest:GRAHAM SPANIER served as president of The Pennsylvania State University from September 1995 to November 2011. His prior positions include chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Oregon State University, and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He previously served Penn State from 1973 to 1982 as a member of the faculty and in three administrative positions in the College of Health and Human Development.A family sociologist, demographer, and marriage and family therapist, he earned his Ph.D. in sociology from Northwestern University, where he was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, and his bachelor's and master's degrees from Iowa State University. He is the recipient of three honorary doctorates. Spanier is President Emeritus and University Professor Emeritus at Penn State. He held academic appointments as professor of human development and family studies, sociology, demography, and family and community medicine.As president of Penn State, Dr. Spanier was often described as an unconventional university president. He is a magician who served as faculty advisor to the Penn State Performing Magicians, performed with Penn State's Musical Theatre students, the marching band, the glee club, and the chamber orchestra. He has run with the bulls in Pamplona, has a commercial pilot's license, and plays percussion with the Deacons of Dixieland. He and his racquetball partner were the eleven-time Penn State co-ed intramural racquetball champions.He oversaw one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive universities, with nearly 100,000 students and 47,000 employees on 24 campuses and a physical plant of 1,700 buildings. During his tenure, applications soared to more than 120,000 per year and the academic standing of dozens of programs rose in national rankings.As a national leader in higher education, Spanier chaired the Association of American Universities, the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, and led the Kellogg Commission on the Future of State and Land-Grant Universities. He was a founding member of the Internet2 board, U.S. Chair and international Vice Chair of the Worldwide Universities Network, and co-chair, with the President of the Recording Industry Association of America, of the Committee on Higher Education and the Entertainment Industry. Dr. Spanier was the first university president to receive the Theodore M. Hesburgh Award for Leadership Excellence awarded by the American Council on Education. He was given the American Institute of Architects Award for Contribution to the Profession by a Non-Architect.In the world of collegiate athletics, he chaired the NCAA Division I Board of Directors, was a member of the NCAA Executive Committee, was chair of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) Presidential Oversight Board, oversaw the reorganization of the Fiesta Bowl, was chairman of the Big Ten Conference Council of Presidents/Chancellors, and chaired commissions for the NCAA.A distinguished researcher and scholar, he has more than 100 scholarly publications, including ten books, and was the founding editor of the Journal of Family Issues. Spanier served as President of the National Council of Family Relations, chairman of the Board of Directors of Child Fund International (formerly Christian Children's Fund), a member of the Board of Governors of Junior Achievement Worldwide, and a member of the Board of Trustees of the National 4-H Council.Spanier served as chair of the National Security Higher Education Advisory Board, a member of the National Counterintelligence Working Group, and as a member of the Board of Advisors of the Naval Postgraduate School and the Naval War College. He has received numerous recognitions for his contributions to national security, including being honored as one of the “Most Influential People in Security,” the “Wings of Law” Award from the Respect for Law Alliance, the Director's Award for “Exceptional Public Service” presented by the FBI, and the Warren Medal for “Outstanding Contributions to the National Security of the United States of America.” He has been a frequent speaker at FBI and other governmental and educational conferences and seminars on topics related to national security.Spanier spent decades working in television and radio, even while serving higher education. He hosted To the Best of My Knowledge, a live call-in program on public television and radio, and Expert Opinion, a sports topic program on the Big Ten Network.Spanier currently serves as a consultant in national and international security, intelligence, and risk management. 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On Monday's episode of Futbol Americas, Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar react to MLS Decision Day and Liga MX play-in round. Who is more likely to fall? They guys also discuss USMNT player performances across Europe. What did Pulisic show Graham Potter after Saturday's performance? Later, we recap the USWNT's 2-1 loss to European champions England and preview their upcoming game against Spain in Pamplona. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Amparo Pamplona y Guillermo Montesinos presentan en 'Más de uno', 'Celebración', un teatro- documental que se representa en las Naves del Español en Matadero (Madrid) hasta el 23 de octubre.
The Running of the Bulls main event will begin Saturday, Oct. 8, at 9 a.m., with a reenactment of Pamplona's Running of the Bulls. This annual event, made famous by author Earnest Hemingway, includes participants chased by angry horned bulls. The Seville Quarter Encierro features a meaner breed of bulls—members of the West Florida Roller Derby dressed in costumes.The first cannon will fire at the start/finish line at Seville Quarter, 130 E. Government St., at 9 a.m., releasing the runners onto the approximately 1.5-mile course around Downtown Pensacola. Registration cost is $30 and includes a St. Fermin Commemorative T-shirt and USO bandana as well as a wristband for complimentary beer and soft drinks at the post-event awards ceremony.Register at pensabulls.com. Online registration closes at midnight on October 6. Packet pickup and late registration will be available on Friday, Oct. 7 from 4-7 p.m.
Nos acompaña uno de los grandes pensadores españoles, Ramón Andrés, desde su ciudad natal, Pamplona. Allí comienzan este jueves los Encuentros Culturales que acaba de recuperar y que recuerdan a los originales de los años 70. Íñigo Picabea ha conversado con la escritora iraní Parinoush Saniee, que ha publicado 'Los que se van y los que se quedan', un retrato del exilio de su país. En Barcelona ha abierto la exposición 'Un gran giro de lo posible'. Una gran retrospectiva de la artista Carrie Mae Weems, pionera en la lucha por los derechos de los negros. Con Gerardo Vilches nos adentramos en el universo de Calvin y Hobbes. Su obra, completa y reunida, se publicará pronto en España con Astiberri. Terminamos, con Sonia Castelani y a raíz de los conciertos de Backstreet Boys en España, repasando el fenómeno de las boy band. Escuchar audio
Muy buenas a todos, hoy vamos a seguir la corriente y la fiebre que está invadiendo el planeta con POKEMON GO y vamos a contar el cuento de POKEMON, ¿nos acompañáis? En el cuento de hoy saludamos a: Juan de Pamplona. Tengo 4 añitos Trini de Argentina. Inés, con sus 32 añazos Naike, de 2añitos Fuerteventura Podeis mandarnos saludos o peticiones en los comentarios de ivoox o en nuestro correo electrónico firstname.lastname@example.org donde podéis mandar también dibujitos de vuestros cuentos favoritos para subirlos a yuoutube. Manu, miembro de Agencia ROM quiere entretener a los mas enanos de la casa compartiendo esos cuentos que junto con Lara, la verdadera estrella de estos cuentos, darán un aire fresco a esto de contar cuentos. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Samarbeidet mellom Takefusa Kubo og Alexander Sørloth får oss til å tenke tilbake til gode, gamle dager med Pedro Munitis og Nikola Zigic. Men en ting Zigic aldri klarte, var å bli tidenes nest mestscorende nordmann i LaLiga! Det er nemlig Sørloth etter en festforestilling Girona ikke har sett maken til siden Game of Thrones-innspillingen fant sted i byen. Barça er endelig tilbake på topp i LaLiga etter at Real Madrid tråkket på bananskallet som ble kastet fra Pamplona, mens Julen Lopetegui trolig blir kastet til ulvene hvert øyeblikk.
Have you ever wondered what struggles entrepreneurs face while building that flawless Instagram life you see from your phone?Introducing Laying The Bricks- a new series featuring female CEOs on The Madeline Show.You get to come behind the scenes with me as we pull back the veil revealing real success and failure stories from successful women in business.The marketing and advertising you see from your favorite brands only show the final product after years of work. Here on Laying The Bricks, we're showing you what it truly takes for a female entrepreneur to achieve sustainable success in life and business.Here's what Ilona and I talked about-Ilona is The Post Modern Oracle and she has built her business on 1:1 readingsIlona is launching the Post Modern Oracle Society which will include a suite of offerings like a membership.The importance of balancing masculine and feminine energy in businessHuman design explained and how to use it for decision making in businessEntrepreneurs are 6x more likely to have ADHD, 10x more likely to be bipolar ect. (study w/ stats linked below)How to discover your purpose through astrologyThe 3 tiers to Post Modern Oracle Society explainedWhat it's like working with a publisher for her upcoming bookConnect with Ilonahttps://www.instagram.com/ilonapamplona/https://lnk.bio/9wWdAre Entrepreneurs “Touched with Fire”https://michaelafreemanmd.com/Research_files/Are%20Entrepreneurs%20Touched%20with%20Fire%20(pre-pub%20n)%204-17-15.pdfForbes quoting Freeman studyhttps://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinecastrillon/2019/05/14/why-its-time-for-entrepreneurs-to-eliminate-the-stigma-around-mental-health/?sh=45ba0717221cToday's episode is sponsored by Build The Biz.Build The Biz is an online program that teaches you the strategy and mindset to run a successful business while living a balanced life.Are you an entrepreneur that does things differently? Maybe your business is non-traditional and your work is uniquely you. The way you create and sell is going to look different within the many seasons of life you live as a business owner.Develop balanced masculine and feminine energies within your brand. Learn the easier-than-you-think methods of becoming well-known in your industry. Feel sturdy when the inevitable roadblock presents itself because you are so secure in who you are and what you're here to do. Learn the strategy behind "go with the flow." Build systems in your business that allow you to live your dream life now. Because success isn't this thing you get, it is a feeling you can have today. Head on over to https://themadelineshow.com/ to learn more and sign up for Build The Biz today.Follow The Madeline Show on YouTubeSay hello on Instagram @MadelineCeciliaDunn @TheMadelineShowPodcasthttps://themadelineshow.com/ to apply for 1:1 Mentorship w/ Madeline
Programa completo de 'Julia en la Onda' con Julia Otero y todo el equipo desde Pamplona. Entrevistas con el presidente de Cinfa, Enrique Ordieres, y la presidenta de la Comunidad Foral de Navarra, María Chivite. Repasamos los principales estrenos del Festival de San Sebastián con David Martos en Territorio Kinótico; Raquel Martos y Roger de Gràcia nos analizan la actualidad política y social en clave de humor en Persona Física; y Elisa Beni, Carolina Bescansa y Javier Gallego debaten sobre los límites del humor en El Gabinete.
El nuevo vertido del barco varado en La Línea, el incendio en Pamplona o la nueva reunión de los vocales del CGPJ son algunos de los temas destacados en España a las 8 en Las mañanas de RNE con Íñigo Alfonso. Además, la primera entrevista del Fiscal General del Estado, Álvaro García Ortiz, tras su nombramiento. En el Tiempo de Análisis, hoy nos acompañan José Antonio Zarzalejos, Jordi Amat y Anabel Díez. Escuchar audio
Hablamos con Leo Harlem y Robin Food sobre recetas con carne de ciervo, y contamos con la participación de Javier Díaz, el jefe de cocina del Restaurante Alhambra en Pamplona, que nos habla sobre su afición a la caza y nos da la receta para preparar el lomo de ciervo. Además, Javier Martín de la Granja Venison Deer, nos cuenta cómo se crían estos animales y por qué su carne es más versátil a la hora de cocinarse.
En Ivoox puedes encontrar sólo algunos de los audios de Mindalia. Para escuchar las 4 grabaciones diarias que publicamos entra en https://www.mindaliatelevision.com. Si deseas ver el vídeo perteneciente a este audio, pincha aquí: https://youtu.be/6CSLiJl8_K4 ¿Qué sentido tienen los acuerdos entre almas? ¿Son solo entre almas encarnadas o incluyen a almas sin cuerpo físico? ¿Cómo reconocer esos acuerdos en nuestra vida y entender su significado profundo? ¿Esos acuerdos siempre se viven en armonía o pueden vivirse desde el conflicto? En este encuentro hallaremos respuestas a estos y otros interrogantes. Alberto López Canalizador. Posee formación en varias técnicas de Sanación (Thetahealing, Sanación por Arquetipos, Energía Universal, Reiki). Autor de dos libros. Ha participado en la Semana Internacional del Esoterismo de Donosti en el 2018 y 2019 y en el Salón de Terapias Naturales de Zaragoza en 2019. Realiza conferencias, talleres y consultas en ciudades como Bilbao, Zaragoza, Burgos, Pamplona, Madrid, etc.. Ha colaborado en revistas y en blogs escritos, radiofónicos y en YouTube. https://www.facebook.com/albertolopez... https://www.instagram.com/albertolope... Infórmate de todo el programa en: http://television.mindalia.com/catego... ***CON PREGUNTAS AL FINAL DE LA CONFERENCIA PARA RESOLVER TUS DUDAS **** Si te parece interesante.... ¡COMPÁRTELO!! :-) DURACIÓN: 45m Aproximadamente ------------INFORMACIÓN SOBRE MINDALIA----------DPM Mindalia.com es una ONG internacional sin ánimo de lucro. Nuestra misión es la difusión universal de contenidos para la mejora de la consciencia espiritual, mental y física. -Apóyanos con tu donación en este enlace: https://streamelements.com/mindaliapl... -Colabora con el mundo suscribiéndote a este canal, dejándonos un comentario de energía positiva en nuestros vídeos y compartiéndolos. De esta forma, este conocimiento llegará a mucha más gente. - Sitio web: https://www.mindalia.com - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindalia.ayuda/ - Twitter: http://twitter.com/mindaliacom - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindalia_com/ - Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mindaliacom - Vaughn: https://vaughn.live/mindalia - VK: https://vk.com/mindaliacom - Odysee: https://odysee.com/@Mindalia.com *Mindalia.com no se hace responsable de las opiniones vertidas en este vídeo, ni necesariamente participa de ellas. *Mindalia.com no se responsabiliza de la fiabilidad de las informaciones de este vídeo, cualquiera sea su origen. *Este vídeo es exclusivamente informativo.
Hello to you listening in Roncesvalles, Kingdom of Navarre, Spain! Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Motivate Your Monday and your host, Diane Wyzga. It took me 48 hours of traveling to arrive at my Camino de Santiago departure point. A flight from California to New Jersey and on to Madrid, Spain, a bus across Madrid to the train station for the trip to Pamplona, a taxi to the overnight albergue, another bus trip across the border and on into St. Jean Pied de Port, France, for a final overnight on the cusp of the Camino.Before setting out that chill September morning I felt exhausted, uncertain, anxious, even intimidated by the unknowns ahead, and a bit courageous none the less. They say the only way to know Camino is to walk Camino. Ready or not I'm a pilgrim. Better get on with it. I laced up my boots, shouldered my pack, zipped my rain jacket, and headed up the first of many hills into the rain for whatever came next.Question: You might think you know what happens next; but it's most likely going to be an unscripted day. What are you ready for?You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on LinkedIn. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
En este capítulo hablaremos de una celebración que hace parte de las tradiciones religiosas más profundas y extendidas en nuestro país y en el mundo católico: La Semana Santa. Aprovechamos para visitar tres poblaciones que hacen de la Semana Mayor la más importante de sus fiestas. Nos vamos entonces para Popayán, Mompox y Pamplona, tres ciudades de nuestro país hermosas, fervorosas y llenas de una historia poderosa que siempre merece ser contada. Notas del episodio: Las raíces paganas de la fiesta de Pascua ¿Por qué cambia la fecha de la Semana Santa? Aquí la explicación Semana Santa en Sevilla, la principal inspiración de las celebraciones de la pascua en Colombia Un poco de la historia de Popayán en este artículo de Credencial Historia Mompox en su profundo relato histórico Historias de Pamplona, la «madre de ciudades» del Oriente Colombiano La Semana Santa en Colombia, un archivo de Señal Memoria ¡Síguenos en nuestras Redes Sociales! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DianaUribe.fm/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dianauribef... Twitter: https://twitter.com/dianauribefm?lang=es Pagina web: https://www.dianauribe.fm
Mariángeles es escritora y su marido, Javi, ilustrador. Tienen dos hijas y, como la mayoría de los españoles, han tenido que adaptar sus vidas a la subida de los precios. Comentan que antes con su sueldo podían llegar a fin de mes, tener ocio e incluso ahorrar, pero que esto último cada vez está más descartado. En una conversación con nuestra compañera Noemí Martínez han comentado que, desde hace un tiempo, sustituyen los productos que consumen, como el pescado, por no poder hacerle frente a los costes. Y aunque se dicen “optimistas” no niegan que se estén preparando de cara a los avisos de un invierno “duro”. Xabier Pita, compañero de Navarra, ha estado hablando con Juan Carlos, vicepresidente de la Asociación Navarra de Pequeña Empresa de Hostelería y dueño de un establecimiento del centro de Pamplona. Comenta que desde el confinamiento las pérdidas han sido millonarias, tanto que muchos bares y restaurantes han tenido que prescindir del menú del día por no poder hacer frente a los gastos de servicio. Un menú que, además, ha subido hasta rondar los 13 euros de media, 15 en el caso de los locales más céntricos. Escuchar audio
Transcription:intro 00:03Welcome to Changing the Rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best lives and advice on how you can achieve that too. Join us with your lively host, Ray Lowe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.Ray Loewe00:19Hello, everybody, and welcome to Changing the Rules. We're sitting here in our nice, new podcast studio in Willow Street, Pennsylvania. And we have our engineer Luke Cagno over here, who's going to make sure that the sound quality comes out. And I'll give you his number later, if you're not happy with that. And we have a guest today and this guest is going to be a little different. He certainly is one of the luckiest people in the world. And let me remind everybody that the luckiest people in the world are those people who design their own lives and live them under their own terms. But we also call this program Changing the Rules. And one of the things we found is that the luckiest people in the world handle rules well. You know, we have all of these rules that we've been given, they start out when we're born, parents give us rules, then the church gives us rules and the schools give us rules and our jobs give us rules. Before we know it, we have all these rules and rules, do two things. Don't do this, or you better do this or else, right? And I think it was Steve Jobs, the president of Apple who came in and said, you know, if you're living your life under somebody else's rules, you're not living your life. And we have a guy here who I think most of us would say, changed the rules. So, George Mowrer, George is a certified retirement Coach, did I do that right, George? And he's got his own firm, it's based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and he's been helping people trying to figure out how to run the last third of their lives. You know, basically, life after work is over and how to get the most out of it. And, George, before we get into the actual thing we're going to talk about here, talk about what happens in the last third of your life, how many days do you get to do whatever it is you want?George Mowrer02:17I mean, it depends on how your health is or whatever. But I love to look at it, maybe in terms of weeks, but if you have 30 years, that's 1500 weeks of your life to do what you know, whatever you want to do. So it's a good idea to have a plan for it. Ray Loewe02:34Okay, so you did something that I find absolutely fascinating. It's not necessarily for me, but maybe I'm reconsidering it. You hiked the Camino Santiago. Okay, first of all, what the heck is the Camino Santiago?George Mowrer02:53Yeah, so it's a very quick, 32nd history, James was one of Jesus's apostles, after Jesus died and was resurrected and did all that, James, his mission field was that Spain, that Iberian Peninsula, that's where he went, Spain where Spain and Portugal is today, he did his thing, he made a big difference there. He went back to Jerusalem, where he was killed. And his remains were then, in honor of him, were shipped, literally shipped, to where Santiago is, and they're buried in the crypt of the church in Santiago. And so for 1000s of years, or about 1000 years, people have been doing a pilgrimage in James's honor. Everyone is moving towards Santiago to honor him. And so that's the very quick history.Ray Loewe03:48Okay, so, although it started on a solely religious basis, it's not necessarily totally religious today, although I'm sure some people do look at it as a religious thing. But you went and you joined a group of people, a throng of people. I don't know how you wanted to characterize it. And you hiked this. So first of all, tell us a little bit about where you went and how long was this?George Mowrer04:13Yeah, so I did what's called the Camino Frances, which is the traditional, the most popular of the caminos. There's multiple caminos in Spain, they all end up in Santiago. But I did the one that most people know about and it starts in actually a Saint Jean Pied-de-Port, which is at the very bottom of France, right as the Pyrenees Mountains start and, so it's about 530 miles to Santiago across northern Spain.Ray Loewe04:45And this took you how many days to do? George Mowrer04:48So I did it, I hiked for 38 days. I took four rest days in there in some of the bigger cities, Pamplona, Burgos, Leone and then Santiago some rest days. I actually continued on the hike to what's called Finisterra, which is, in the olden days was known as the end of the world, which is where the ocean is. It's just an additional three days of hiking on the back end of it. You know, what the heck while I'm there?Ray Loewe05:14Okay, so how many miles a day are we talking about? George Mowrer05:17Yeah, so I think on average, I was between 12 and 15 miles a day.Ray Loewe05:22Okay, so you get up in the morning, and what was the typical day? What did you do?George Mowrer05:28Yeah, typical day, probably alarm would go off around 630, I just gotta get up. Simply put my sneakers on, stick my backpack on and start walking. We'd probably go about five kilometers, then stop somewhere in one of the cafes for breakfast. There's the cafe, like, every five to eight kilometers, I'd stopped for breakfast, and then I'd walk another 10 kilometers or so, stop for lunch, maybe have a beer, you know, because you can do that. And the beer and the wine is pretty cheap there. And then maybe another four or five kilometers to where I was arriving, which was usually about two o'clock in the afternoon. I'd find my accommodations for the night, maybe take a shower or maybe a brief nap, I'd walk out to the cafe that was right outside the door and reconnect with other pilgrims that were on their way along the way and hang out there. 6:30, maybe eat dinner, and 9:30 or so go to sleep, and hopefully sleep well and start the whole thing over the next day.Ray Loewe06:29Now when you did this, did you do this on your own? Did you do this with a group? What? George Mowrer06:39Yeah, so I mean, I very purposely wanted to do it by myself. I didn't want anyone to go with me, I wanted to experience the Camino as a solo hiker. Of course, what happens on the Camino, to everybody, is the relationship piece happens. And, you know, so as much as I started by myself, I probably had interactions, significant interactions, with 50 or so people, and of those 50 people, there are about 25 that became pretty close friends that I still connect with. And then of those 25, 10 probably about 10 people that I feel like I've known my whole life, and that I will continue some kind of relationship with moving forward - have and will continue moving forward. It just blew me away the relationship piece.Ray Loewe07:31Now were these people English speaking? What, you know what, what goes on there?George Mowrer07:39Yeah. So, I mean that the language of the Camino with quotes is English. Although the locals, I was very surprised that English is not spoken by many of the people along the way. You know, one would think you're in the hospitality business and the cafes and the hotels and stuff. But that really isn't the case. But along the way, English was, generally, the language spoken. The people I hung out with were from Australia, Ireland, Scotland, England, Germany. The German speak English really, really well so I was greatly rewarded by that. And obviously, people from the US and Canada were there as well.Ray Loewe08:24Okay, so you can do this in a number of ways. But, generally speaking, you had a starting point and a stopping point every day. So you did have a plan to get through there. And you knew about how long you were going to walk and you kind of knew when lunch and dinner was going to be. You just didn't know who you are going to see or meet along the way?George Mowrer08:42Yeah, well, I mean, and there were definitely periods of time where I was hiking with a group of people. And then there were times when like, I'm sort of an ambivert. I'm partly introvert, partly extrovert. I like time with people but I also valued and loved walking by myself a bunch too. So I tried to make sure that that discipline was all the way through my process. Ray Loewe09:08Alright, so how much did you organize this to begin with? Like, did you go with a tour company? Did you show up at a spot and start walking? What do you do?George Mowrer09:18I think for the most part, I read, I had a guidebook that I had read or looked at ahead of time. I follow tons of Facebook groups. I did this May in June of this year, of 2022. And there's a Facebook group of people doing the Camino Frances, May, June 2022, with about 1,000 people that are part of that group. So, lots of insight, lots of things I learned just following that Facebook group. I love the memoirs. I probably read four or five of those that kind of gave me some good ideas of things to do, but I was not part of a tour group. I had my backpack and my sneakers and my walking sticks and just started walking. And I knew that you follow a sign, you follow an arrow the whole way.Ray Loewe10:04Follow the yellow brick road.George Mowrer10:06Yeah, or the yellow arrow or whatever.Ray Loewe10:08Interesting. Now, when you go on this thing, you can go low budget or you can go high budget, can't you? So what's the difference? What happens? What did you do? And then what do other people do?George Mowrer10:23Yeah, I mean, the accommodations can be anywhere from six or eight euros a night, which is kind of a dormitory kind of a setting. There's public ones, there's private ones, where you're going to pay, you know, 12 or 14 Euro per night. I spent a lot of nights in those, but there's pensions, there's guesthouse, there's hotels, you know, all the way up. I think I ended up just from a financial standpoint, I ended up, believe it or not, including food about 83 bucks a day is what I averaged spending over the time. So you can do it for less and obviously, you can do it and spend more. I did not use a tour company but people do do that. I just, you know.Ray Loewe11:13So, if you want to do this and not have the same experience, you can have somebody pick you up at the airport, they book the hotels for you, they tell you where you're going to stay, they tell you what the restaurants are. And they send somebody along in a van and make sure that you don't fall on your face and get hurt, right?George Mowrer11:29You can probably arrange for something like that. Correct.Ray Loewe11:32And that was not you. You did it more on the lower budget kind of a thing, interspersing some luxury along the way?George Mowrer11:41Yeah, I mean, I'm not sure lower budget, I didn't do that. I mean, there are people that spend a whole lot less. I mean, I wanted to make sure I had the full experience of that. I did not have my places arranged ahead of time. I usually, a day or two, looked at okay, I want to go there tomorrow, I want to go there the next day, and then I might make reservations for those. But you know, it also depended on the people around me. You know, we did spend a lot of time together. And so, where are you guys going, you know, that kind of a thing.Ray Loewe12:16Okay, so why did you do this?George Mowrer12:22Well, I'll tell you, I mean, there's a movie called The Way. And of your listeners, Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez star in the movie. And it is about this journey that I did. And I saw that movie and I'm like, that's it. That's it. I want to do that. And then my church, back in 2017 did a mission trip, where we hiked as a group of about 12 people. We hiked for a week, and then we served in one of these albuquerques, or these dormitory kinds of places. We served for a week and just in that week, I'm like I want to do this. As soon as I can do this, and I can make my budget work, that's when. And literally, this year was the first year that it could happen. And my wife gave me her blessing. And I said goodbye.Ray Loewe13:15Okay, so how do you prepare physically for this, if you want to do this? What do you have to do? Do you need to be in shape?George Mowrer13:23You do. I mean, you're walking each day. What I'll say is I chose to go at this kind of this 12 to 15 mile but for people that might not be as in shape or want to do it, but they don't think they can do that. So okay, so you do five miles a day, six miles a day. It doesn't matter, you know, it's going to take you longer, or you don't go as far but your level of being in shape shouldn't dictate whether you go or not.Ray Loewe13:57Okay, so I'm sure you met some wonderful people and you've got some great stories, so enlighten us a little bit here.George Mowrer14:06Yeah, so a good story. One of the Albuquerque's. One of the things I wanted to do in my own head was, I play guitar, and I thought wouldn't it be cool to be among strangers or whatever and play guitar sometime. And one of the people I was hiking with knew that I played guitar as well. I'm a little bit shy like I don't want to just pull out a guitar and start singing. So there were about eight or ten of us around the table. A couple Germans that spoke English but a lot of French people that did not. And we finished up dinner and one of the people next to me said there's there's a guitar in the other room. I'm gonna go get that guitar and bring it back and we're gonna sing. And I'm like, fine, okay, whatever. So she went and got the guitar, brought it back. I pulled up an app on my phone with lyrics and chords and we started to sing songs that everybody around the table knew. It would be like Cat Stevens Wild World. And we did some Beatles songs and everybody knew the songs. And here we were, we couldn't speak the same language. But yet, we were all singing together. And the coolest part of it was at the end of it, we did about five songs, I'm like, I'm gonna end on a high, I'm not going to keep this thing going all night. Then one of the French guys reaches across as if he wants to guitar and we hand him the guitar, and this guy starts playing now. He wasn't playing a chord, like ripping chords, let's sing songs. He's more of a delicate, and he's playing like Pachelbel Canon and you know, things like that. And we're like, oh my gosh, the language of music, has brought us all together. And that the coolest thing about that is after it was over, one of my German friends came up to me and he said, George, this has been my favorite night on the Camino. And that is what it's all about, where relationships come together like that. Ray Loewe16:13All right, when you walked along here, how many people did you see that were in groups? How many were singles? Who are the kind of people? You know, one of the reasons specifically is were there single women that you met along the way that do this? And was it safe?George Mowrer16:32Well, it was certainly the question of solo hikers. I mean, many start out as solo hikers but very quickly, come together. There's a phrase on the Camino, your Camino family, where people come together and they just form relationships and as a family, or as a group, they spend time together. But at the same time, there's people that want to be by themselves the whole time, male, female, it is a very safe kind of setting or whatever. But I ended up interestingly too, which my wife doesn't love, is I ended up with four other single women that I spent a lot of my time with. And these are four amazing women, I posted some pictures on my Instagram. So, people that were interested, they could follow along and see that. And my wife, I talked to her one day, and she said, so those are your peeps. I said yep, they are, they're pretty amazing, pretty amazing people as well. And I still stay connected with them to this day, which was lovely.Ray Loewe17:34Okay. Any other stories you want to get in before we move on here?George Mowrer17:39Move on, you know, if something comes up, I'll share.Ray Loewe17:41Okay, so again, you did this. I think you told me when we were rehearsing for this a little bit, you did this because you wanted to experience the kind of life that you're telling other people in your coaching job to do. Okay. So would you like to elaborate? George Mowrer18:00Yeah, I mean, I think the most effective thing I can do as a coach is live my life exactly what I'm trying to encourage them to do. I'm recently retired from my 35 years in the insurance business, vocational career. And this is a direction that I'm moving. I'm in about three years into this retirement coaching. And people are watching me. How can I tell people to do stuff that I'm not doing myself? And, you know, the Camino is just one example. They think I'm crazy that I'm doing this. Ray Loewe18:32Yeah, I think you are a little bit too, but it's intriguing. George Mowrer18:34Yeah. I'm breaking the rules, you know, that's what it's about.Ray Loewe18:37So, would your family go along on this excursion? Would you do this again?George Mowrer 18:44Well, I mean, good question. I do plan on doing it. I mentioned earlier there's multiple caminos and from what I understand, on the Camino Portuguese, there's a particularly beautiful part of it that goes from Porto up to Santiago and is supposed to be incredible. And I would love to do that again next year. I'm not sure my wife this is her thing to do. And she's given me her blessing for me to go do it. But I will say that I talked to my son who lives in Berlin, Germany, and if he can make it work with his job and stuff, now it we it may not be next year but there may be a future year that we actually do this together. So I'd love that. But I'd love to do it again by myself. I don't really care.Ray Loewe19:29I'm getting the idea this is not something you would do with a tour group because the tour group is fixed and what you really want to do is you want to explore the new relationships and you want to meet people from other cultures and things like that. Do people just walk this? Do you see bicycles? Anybody riding by horseback?George Mowrer19:52Good question. Bicycles. There are a lot of people that do this on bike, maybe there's a little bit less. They can do it quicker. But yeah, bikes are very popular, a little bit annoying. But there are paths, bike areas around some of the mountains, and things that we go over. I saw a few horses. I actually saw a guy with a donkey. He had walked his donkey to Santiago and he was walking back. And I don't remember where he started, but it wasn't Spain and it wasn't France. He may have started as far back maybe as Italy or somewhere like that to hike in. So, only a little bit of that, almost everybody was walking though.Ray Loewe20:39Okay, so you're gonna meet new people. What about the relationship with the locals though? And stuff like that? Is this something they're for?George Mowrer20:48Yeah, I mean, the locals, not only do they love the pilgrims, which we are called, but it's become a pretty significant part of their economy. I think when I think about Northern Spain, it's wine and farming and then pilgrims. We are in the top three economic drivers for that place. And I think, pre-COVID 2019, I think there are about 350,000 pilgrims that did the Camino in one way or the other that ended up in Santiago.Ray Loewe21:20Okay, so we're near the end of our time. What do you want to tell people to do? You know, obviously, you're going to do this again, you enjoy this, you got a lot out of the experience. Any final remarks you want to make?George Mowrer21:36I mean, for me, it was the most unique thing I ever did in my life. For me, for the first time in my life, literally, I had nothing on my calendar and no responsibility to anybody. So, it gave me a glimpse of what life could be outside of my normal life, and experience something new and amazing. And, you know, obviously I'd say yeah, hike the Camino, you should do the Camino, anyone can do the Camino. Or you know, people in wheelchairs have done portions of the Camino, it is possible to do with, you know, with proper planning. But it is an incredible, unique thing. So I encourage anybody to do it if they're interested in doing it.Ray Loewe22:20I think it's a phenomenal experience. And it's one I never heard of until recently. And now all of a sudden you talk to one person about this and you find there are other people hiding in the woodwork that have done this or are wanting to do this. So you know, thank you so much for sharing your experiences, and let me think about this a little bit and maybe we'll have you back and we'll continue and go into the next Camino and see how that works out. So join us again next week. We're going to be back with our engineer Luke again and Luke why don't you sign us off.Outro 22:58Thank you for listening to Changing the Rules. Join us next week for more conversation, our special guest, and to hear more from the luckiest guy in the world.
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Our interview guest today is the Global Director of Campus Relations for Southwestern Advantage. For the past 20 years he has been in charge of the company's relationships with over 200 universities in North America, Europe and Asia. Ralph has been invited to speak to students at universities across the United States and in France, England, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan and the list continues to grow. Ralph has served as the president of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), which includes about 13,000 careers center professionals and campus relations directors. And, in 2013 he was inducted into the NACE Academy of Fellows, the organization's highest honor. Prior to his time with Southwestern Advantage, he was the director of career services at Montana State University. He is currently serving as Professional Vice President of the National Council for Pi Sigma Epsilon, the professional sales fraternity. And, was recently elected Vice President for the Employer Network of Cooperative Education and Internship Association. In 2019 he and Southwesten Advantage were named the Charles Kettering Outstanding Internship in North America. Ralph is a certified life coach and coaches students and professionals in topics like finance, career and relationships, but he most likes to help them in developing habits for life success. In addition, Ralph has: Run with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, twice Seen Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix live in concert Is a champion axe thrower Skied the tallest mountain in Germany Run a marathon in 3 hours, 11 minutes Swam in The Dead Sea and he rocks the socks. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ralphbrigham/ Don't forget to like, subscribe, and give the podcast a 5 star rating! Share this with a friend, and follow the page. Thank you for your support! If you believe in our mission, consider supporting the podcast here: https://anchor.fm/onthesideoftruth/support Follow us on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/on_the_side_of_truth/ Follow us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onthesideoftruthpodcast Follow us on linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/onthesideoftruth Follow us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTz3hWH1ZFmAkB0aFKSOTVQ Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/onthesideoftrut website: https://onthesideoftruth.mailchimpsites.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onthesideoftruth/support
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Really no telling what interesting characters you'll meet in the middle of a remote swamp, the incredible stories you'll hear before a cozy fireplace. Today's episode proves it. From a highly profitable "side business" his freshman year at military academy to homesteading remote Canada, from earning a newspaper covershot in Pamplona, Spain, to sipping a Coca-Cola during a Vietnam airstrike, he was an integral member of Ted Turner's staff before TBS was a household name. More recently he was an Uber driver--but only for a single day. Charles Smithgall's storied life has been anything but dull. A gifted speaker, Smithgall shares 4 Life Rules, describing an unwavering persistence that guided him through life. Y'all will not want this entertaining episode to end! Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Kanati Waterfowl Taxidermy https://https://kanati.com/ Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell email@example.com
The Monchi's Men Podcast is back to discuss the Sevilla FC season opener against Osasuna in Pamplona, Spain. Edi, Steve and Chris talk about the offseason moves, how the team is set up, whether we are already doomed after one defeat, the referees, and more in this jam-packed edition. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @monchismenpod , visit us at monchismen.com, and subscribe to our new YouTube channel. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themonchismenpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themonchismenpodcast/support
July 31: Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Priest1491–1556Memorial; Liturgical Color: WhitePatron Saint of soldiers, retreats, and the Basque countryA soldier reads, becomes holy, and founds a mighty companyLike so many other male saints, today's saint began his adult life as a knight and soldier. In the service of a local noble, he learned the male sins that armies and royal courts excel in teaching: gambling, fighting, treachery, and womanizing. When courageously defending a fortress in Pamplona, Spain, Ignatius was hit by a cannonball. One leg was shattered and the other badly damaged. A long and painful recovery ensued. During this convalescence, he consciously decided to exchange his service from an earthly to a divine Lord. Yet Ignatius' initial conversion developed, over time, into something far more subtle. As he moved toward the Priesthood, Ignatius engaged in profound reflection on the nature of Christian self-awareness, on prayer, and on what it meant to be radically committed to Christ and the Church.For all of his worldliness and martial experience, Ignatius' conversion started, ironically, with books. To counter the endless boredom of his recovery, he began to read about Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Dominic, and other saints. He wondered if he could be like them. And then he wondered, a minute later, if he could court and marry a beautiful woman he desired. And then he was carried away thinking about new military expeditions. And on and on his mind wandered, as most minds do. But then came a spiritual breakthrough. Ignatius reflected on reflection and thought about his thoughts. He plumbed his own depths, in the tradition of Saint Augustine, and analyzed the “shelf life” and quality of his emotions and mental experiences long after they had passed. He observed that reading the lives of the saints and thinking about earthly adventures were both pleasurable. But as time passed, reflection on holy things did not dissipate, while thoughts of earthly pleasures did. Saint Ignatius' astute spiritual self-reflections spurred him to change the entire trajectory of his life. He wanted permanent happiness. He wanted joy. He repented of his past sins and decided to walk the way of the saints.Saint Ignatius documented his spiritual progress, eventually publishing his insights in his classic, the Spiritual Exercises. Other saints and mystics had previously written sophisticated reflections on the normal objects of Catholic devotion. But Ignatius focused on the subject of prayer—the human person—as well as on the object of prayer—God. The mystery of God was equalled by the mystery of man. Ignatius was an innovator in describing the psychological process of praying, in advocating for a systematic examination of conscience, and in encouraging a planned method of introducing into the imagination specific biblical scenes or other objects of Christian faith for reflection. The Spiritual Exercises taught the Christian to profit from himself.Saint Ignatius had an eventful life of wide travel, study, and apostolic activity after his conversion. His high ideals and creative leadership drew throngs of impressive followers. He chose a military name for his new order—the Company of Jesus. By the time of his death, this Company was widespread and continued its meteoric growth long after his passing to become the preeminent Catholic Order of men in the world. It is not too much to say that the Jesuits saved Europe from Protestantism, evangelized entire countries by themselves, educated the higher classes of many nations for centuries, and taught a Catholic humanism of the highest caliber. “One man and God make an army,” a saint once said. Ignatius supplied the soldiers, and God did the rest.Saint Ignatius, may your method and example of prayer, mortification, and study inspire all modern apostles to make Christ the destination and the path, the end and the means, the way, the truth, and the life.
En Ivoox puedes encontrar sólo algunos de los audios de Mindalia. Para escuchar las 4 grabaciones diarias que publicamos entra en https://www.mindaliatelevision.com. Si deseas ver el vídeo perteneciente a este audio, pincha aquí: https://youtu.be/bhIzUzoyJf0 ¿Cómo reconocer las señales que el alma nos envía para mostrarnos el camino? ¿Todos podemos percibir esas señales? ¿De qué tipo son? ¿Cómo puedo abrirme a una escucha honesta de esas orientaciones que el alma me envía? ¿Qué objetivo tienen esas señales? En este encuentro hallaremos respuesta a estos y otros interrogantes que nos ayudarán a vivir el camino del alma de manera más sencilla y armoniosa. Alberto López Canalizador. Posee formación en varias técnicas de Sanación (Thetahealing, Sanación por Arquetipos, Energía Universal, Reiki). Autor de dos libros. Ha participado en la Semana Internacional del Esoterismo de Donosti en el 2018 y 2019 y en el Salón de Terapias Naturales de Zaragoza en 2019. Realiza conferencias, talleres y consultas en ciudades como Bilbao, Zaragoza, Burgos, Pamplona, Madrid, etc.. Ha colaborado en revistas y en blogs escritos, radiofónicos y en YouTube. https://albertolopezcanalizador.com/ https://www.facebook.com/albertolopez... https://www.instagram.com/albertolope... Infórmate de todo el programa en: http://television.mindalia.com/catego... ***CON PREGUNTAS AL FINAL DE LA CONFERENCIA PARA RESOLVER TUS DUDAS **** Si te parece interesante.... ¡COMPÁRTELO!! :-) DURACIÓN: 45m Aproximadamente ------------INFORMACIÓN SOBRE MINDALIA----------DPM Mindalia.com es una ONG internacional sin ánimo de lucro. Nuestra misión es la difusión universal de contenidos para la mejora de la consciencia espiritual, mental y física. -Apóyanos con tu donación mediante Paypal https://www.mindaliatelevision.com/ha... -Colabora con el mundo suscribiéndote a este canal, dejándonos un comentario de energía positiva en nuestros vídeos y compartiéndolos. De esta forma, este conocimiento llegará a mucha más gente. - Sitio web: https://www.mindalia.com - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindalia.ayuda/ - Twitter: http://twitter.com/mindaliacom - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindalia_com/ - Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mindaliacom - Vaughn: https://vaughn.live/mindalia - VK: https://vk.com/mindaliacom - Odysee: https://odysee.com/@Mindalia.com *Mindalia.com no se hace responsable de las opiniones vertidas en este vídeo, ni necesariamente participa de ellas. *Mindalia.com no se responsabiliza de la fiabilidad de las informaciones de este vídeo, cualquiera sea su origen. *Este vídeo es exclusivamente informativo.
#159 On this episode: Author and world adventurer Bodhi Ryder shares a story while he ran away from six bulls while traveling in Spain. (59:05) Follow Bodhi Ryder on social media @theworldadventurerTimestamps:0:00 Highlight Clip0:45 Preshow9:41 Intro10:40 Mobile Gaming14:54 Meeting Marquis17:24 Comic Con21:23 Black Panther 224:09 GTA 626:07 Writing Characters27:17 Emotions35:54 Attachments, Beliefs, Truths43:49 Cats51:13 Kanye West Beefing Kid Cudi54:15 Clout59:05 Running with Bulls1:09:58 Traveling1:12:24 Rock Climbing1:20:22 Restroom Hand Dryers1:21:31 Vince McMahon Retired1:25:25 Voting Against Gay Marriage 1:27:07 New York City1:32:46 Leaving San Diego 1:34:17 Vow of Silence 1:38:00 Dragon Ball Z1:43:33 Instagram 1:45:00 Outro
¿Cómo es esto de ligar siendo vegano? ¿Acaso los veganos nos reproducimos por esporas? ¿Es más fácil? ¿Difícil? Resolvemos vuestras dudas. Podéis apoyarnos por sólo 1€ al mes podréis descargar de forma anticipada nuestro podcast, y por 4€ podréis tener acceso al videopodcast y a la hemeroteca de directos. Recordar que actualmente estamos grabando los podcast desde nuestro canal de Twitch, podéis acceder desde: Malditosveganos.com/directo Y hemos abierto ya nuestro foro / comunidad de Discord, como punto de reunión para los veganers y no tan veganers del lugar, acceso disponible desde: Malditosveganos.com/foro Os tenemos que contar que ya tenemos TikTok así que podéis darnos amor también por ahí. Primero de todo vamos a ponernos al día, Sekiam nos cuenta que PETA le ha dicho de ver un video bastante duro y no sabe que hacer... Sergio aprovecha y nos cuenta sobre la última acción de AnimaNaturalis en Pamplona con disfraces de dinosaurios. Entramos ya en debate y comenzamos a charlas sobre si es más fácil ligar siendo vegano o no. También escuchamos algunas frases y anécdotas interesantes como... La zanahoria vegana no tiene problemas de erección. Aunque estés en una mala racha no te tires a un facha... Gente que piensa que cenando y desayunando hummus podemos pasar toda la noche haciendo ejercicio... Y alguna historia más que seguro que ahora nos olvidamos *guiño guiño*. Esperamos que hayáis podido conocer un poquito mejor cómo ligar siendo vegano. Muchas gracias por suscribiros en Spotify, dejar vuestras valoraciones de 5 estrellas en Apple Podcasts, por formar parte de la iVooX Squad con vuestros me gusta y comentarios. Y también por supuesto, si nos escucháis desde Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, o incluso desde nuestro canal de YouTube o Twitch. Esperamos vuestro feedback, críticas, preguntas, opiniones y declaraciones a vuestros crushes veganos en malditosveganos.com/contactar. Nada más, ¡nos vemos en el siguiente podcast! Este episodio se publicó originalmente en: malditosveganos.com/69
Welcome to this week's News TalkThis is the audio recording of our broadcast live on social media channels where Stephanie Marston (Head of Educational Content at Perfectly Spoken) and David de Jager ( Managing Director at Perfectly Spoken) talk about 3 hot stories in the news.During this live session David and Stephanie chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. On July 20th they talked about 3 stories. Here are a few clues- Which country leader quit as Prime Minister?- What substances did 284 million adults take in 2020?- What festival is the Spanish city of Pamplona famous for?Join us next week for the latest News Talk. And if you'd like to participate in the live sessions simply check out our social media channels for more information. www.perfectlyspoken.com
En lo más alto de la temporada en España y Francia, despiertan los toros de nuevo en Campo Pequeno en Lisboa y surgen movimientos contrastados en Colombia y México para revertir los últimos ataques políticos contra la Fiesta. Mucha actualidad, entre la que resaltar las salidas a hombros de diestros como Rafaelillo y Manuel Escribano en Pamplona, el triunfo en la Copa Chenel de Francisco de Manuel, las intervenciones de los empresarios de Dax y Lisboa o las impresiones de Victorino tras recoger el Premio Nacional de Tauromaquia de manos de SSMM los Reyes. Son algunos de los protagonistas que se dan cita en este ruedo inmenso de la Cadena SER.
Este es el podcast de Unlimited Spanish, con Óscar. ¡Hola a todos! Quiero ayudarte a hablar español fluidamente. ¡Hablar español es más fácil de lo que parece! Solo tienes que usar el material y técnicas adecuadas. Hoy, en este episodio, voy a hablar de una fiesta muy popular en España: Los Sanfermines. ¡Empecemos! LOS SANFERMINES Hoy voy a hablar de una fiesta muy popular que se llama Los Sanfermines, o también Las Fiestas de San Fermín. ¿Has visto alguna vez las imágenes de gente corriendo por calles estrechas, y detrás toros también corriendo? Pues eso es una parte de los Sanfermines. Vamos a situar la fiesta: Se celebra en Pamplona, en Navarra, al norte de España, en julio. Son nueve días de fiestas. Yo no he estado nunca, pero quien lo ha vivido dice que es muy intenso. De hecho, atrae turistas de todo el mundo. Por cierto, San Fermín es el patrón de toda Navarra, no solamente de la ciudad. A veces la gente lo confunde. Es muy común llevar un pañuelo rojo. Dice la tradición que lo puedes llevar en el cuello mientras haya fiestas. Las fiestas empiezan con el lanzamiento del "chupinazo" desde el balcón del Ayuntamiento. El chupinazo es un cohete que se eleva y explota en el aire. Es la señal que dan comienzo las fiestas. En ese momento es cuando los participantes se ponen el pañuelo rojo en el cuello. Son unas fiestas con muchísima tradición, de varios siglos. Curiosamente, Ernest Hemingway, era un entusiasta de estas fiestas, y las dio a conocer a todo el mundo. Ahora es una de las fiestas más famosas del mundo. De hecho, se reúnen más de un millón de personas solo para celebrar estas las fiestas. Pero sin duda, las actividades más peligrosas de todas son los encierros. Consiste en correr delante de unos cuantos toros. Se corren por las calles que llevan a la plaza de toros, donde termina el encierro. Es muy peligroso porque los toros tienen cuernos, que pueden ser mortales. Los cuernos son las partes de la cabeza que sobresalen y tienen forma de punta. En los sanfermines ha habido muertes en diversos encierros. Correr delante de los toros es voluntario, obviamente, pero el problema principal es que hay algunos que van un poco borrachos. A veces se caen delante de los toros. Imagínate lo peligroso que puede ser. Personalmente, no entiendo como no se prohíbe o se protege mejor a los corredores. Supongo que es la adrenalina de estar cerca de la muerte. Si vas a Pamplona por los Sanfermines, no te lo recomiendo. Hay una expresión que dice: “Ver los toros desde la barrera”. Esto quiere decir que ves algo sin el peligro. Se puede aplicar a muchos casos que no tienen que ver con los toros. En nuestro caso, literalmente sí que es mejor ver los toros desde la barrera. Aparte de los toros, se come y se bebe... Se bebe mucho. Imagínate: 9 días sin límites. Es habitual encontrar a gente durmiendo en los parques o en los portales. Bueno, si tienes curiosidad, puedes buscar "Sanfermines" en internet, y podrás ver fotos y videos para que puedas tener una imagen más real de cómo son en realidad, y quién sabe, quizás tú también un día estés corriendo delante de un toro. Consigue el texto en mi web: https://unlimitedspanish.com/podcasts/
«Zánganos», «vagos», «violadores» o «hijos de ####» son algunos de los insultos que tuvieron que soportar los Canónigos de la catedral de Pamplona, incluido el arzobispo, durante la procesión por las calles de la capital navarra.Pulsa aqui para ver el video¡Convierte en Miembro Cristero de Nuestro Canal Hoy!! Pulsa aquíSiguenos en todos los medios y canales aquiHaz click para suscribirte y escucharnos en: AndroidRSSSpotify:TuneInStitcherPlayer FMCastbox Pocket Casts OvercastBeyondPod PandoraApoya mi trabajo y recibes regalos (Haz click en el enlace o link): www.patreon.com/ConoceamayvivetufeRecibe el Libro Mana de Aliento para el Cristiano GRATIS ¡Haz click aqui!Support the show
Sigue la Fiesta, sigue el verano cumpliendo las citas mas importantes del calendario taurino. Los sanfermines de Pamplona, Teruel, esperan Palencia, El Puerto, Santander, Mont de Marsan, Ceret, Almería, Bilbao... Muchos toreros como Diego Urdiales, Daniel Luque, Isaac Fonseca, Ángel Téllez, Alberto Lamelas, Gómez del Pilar, Eugenio de Mora, Oliva Soto, empresarios y apoderados como Alberto García con la última hora de Emilio de Justo, José María Garzón, Carlos Zúñiga, Juan Carlos Carreño... y una ilusión, dejar como fecha permanente en Valencia el Festival de Adrián a beneficio de niños con cáncer... Todo lo escuchas aquí, en el ruedo inmenso de la cadena SER.
El alcalde de Pamplona, Enrique Maya, califica de "fascismo" y "falta de libertad" las agresiones por parte de simpatizantes de la izquierda abertzale y asegura que en Navarra y en Euskadi sigue existiendo la violencia.
Antonio Casado, José Antonio Vera, Rafa Latorre y Rubén Amón debaten en la tertulia de 'Más de uno' sobre el nuevo proyecto de Yolanda Díaz, 'Sumar', que se estrena hoy y la trascendencia política que puede tener su marca. Además, condenan las agresiones al alcalde de Pamplona por parte de grupos de izquierda abertzale y comentan cómo la violencia sigue presente en la política de Navarra y Euskadi. También, opinan sobre la dimisión de Boris Johnson.
Aprovechamos la publicación del libro 'Marte, la otra Tierra' (Daniele Porretta) para aterrizar en el planeta rojo, nuestro vecino solar. ¿Desde cuándo nos obsesiona? ¿Qué autores han hecho populares los enigmas y especulaciones sobre Marte? ¿Y en qué momento la ciencia derrumbó sus mitos? Hacemos el viaje con Carlos Alsina, Rubén Amón, Rosa Belmonte, Guillermo Altares, Sergio del Molino y Nacho Vigalondo. Además, conectamos con Pamplona en plenos San Fermines, tres años después, y recomendamos el documental sobre Locomía.