In this week's episode, I am speaking with the absolutely awesome Andre Paradis. Andre is a Relationship Coach, NLP Practitioner, Educator of Effective Communication Strategies, Workshop Leader, Public Speaker & 2x Amazon Bestselling Author. Andre shares with us how he became a professional dancer and danced alongside legends such as Micheal Jackson, Prince, Paula Abdul and Julio Iglesias before he settled with his wife in LA. He is now on a mission to help men and women learn to build stonger long-lasting healthy relationships. If you are keen to know why so many relationships fail these days and what the secret is of a fulfilling long-term love relationship, then this interview is a must-listen for you. Also, Andre & I have a super special surprise for you. Andre is coming back for a special Q&A Session where he will answer all your questions. So please make sure you don't miss out on this once in a life-time, totally free, opportunity to ask Andre anything that will help you to uplift your relationship and love life. Links:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andre-paradis-361a7913/Website: https://projectequinox.net/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andreparadis31Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/projectequinox/?hl=enTiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@andre_paradisTwitter: https://twitter.com/dre91601Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@ProjectEquinoxwithAndreParadisIf you are keen to explore with me how you can reset your body and mind and live your best life feeling and looking amazing then please don`t hesitate to contact me via any of my social media channels or my website or book your 45-minutes success call with me here: https://www.ithriveforhealth.com/resources/I am looking forward to empowering YOU!
'Attack on Titan' is one of the most important anime franchises of the modern age, telling a dark fantasy epic that is responsible for bringing anime into global mainstream culture. Ionatan and Ravi dive deep into the series, breaking down each season in the anime adaptation of Hajime Isayama's manga from the Fall of Shiganshina to the War for Paradis. They discuss the characters and lore of the world, numerous twists in the narrative, shift in production from Wit Studio to MAPPA, and recent conclusion that cemented the themes and legacy of the series.
Ce soir, "Jour J" s'intéresse aux paradis fiscaux. Découvrez dès à présent un extrait de l'émission et rendez-vous ce soir à 20h sur RTL pour écouter la suite de ce nouveau numéro de "Jour J". "Jour J", c'est l'émission des grands entretiens d'actualité. Chaque jour, Flavie Flament explore les coulisses et les détails de l'info d'hier et d'aujourd'hui avec un témoin-expert. Une heure d'analyse et d'archives pour comprendre l'actualité avec recul et nuance.
Chers ami•es auditeur•ices, Nous sommes cette fois en compagnie de Mathilde Saubole, autrice et metteuse en scène d'Une Certaine idée du Paradis. Dans cette pièce, nous découvrons l'histoire de Rémi Zinsky, qui voit son père, Georges, se faire renverser par une voiture qui prend la fuite. Alors que Rémi et sa mère attendent de ses nouvelles dans un service d'urgence en crise, Georges disparaît. Il ne meurt pas, il disparaît. --- Écrite à partir d'enquête aux urgences hospitalières française et nourrie de réalisme magique, Une Certaine idée du Paradis dévoile en une nuit et une matinée le portrait de femmes et d'hommes aux prises avec ce que notre société a de plus commun et intime : ses urgences. Plus d'infos et billetterie : https://urlz.fr/nvCM
Após 10 anos em exibição, o anime de Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin) chegou ao fim. Neste podcast, discutimos tudo sobre o desfecho da obra e o fim das aventuras de Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Levi e a tropa de exploração, indo desde a origem dos titãs, até o confronto entre Marley e Paradis, o estrondo e as cenas finais que Hajime Isayama adicionou em sua história. Siga-nos nas nossas redes sociais para nunca perder um novo episódio: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/subarashow Twitter: https://twitter.com/subarashow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/subarashow Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@subarashow Faça parte do nosso servidor do Discord: https://discord.gg/W8YFJtDAYe
durée : 00:12:14 - Les Cantos d'Ezra Pound, j'ai voulu écrire le paradis - par : Marianne Vourch - Poète, critique et musicien : focus sur la figure controversée d'Ezra Pound, écrivain majeur de la révolution moderniste de la littérature anglaise, et fervent admirateur du fascisme italien. - réalisé par : Sophie Pichon
Dans cette huitième séance du séminaire Figura "L'imaginaire comme éthique" animée par Mathilde Barraband, Cassie Bérard, Laurence Perron et David Bélanger nous parlent de la place de la loi et des diverses manifestations de l'autorité dans les différentes œuvres sur lesquelles ielles travaillent. Il y est notamment question du rapport entre lois et genres, narration, et représentation de l'autorité dans les romans du terroir. Cassie Bérard est professeur à l'UQA et enseigne la théorie de la fiction, de la narrativité ainsi que la création littéraire. Écrivaine, elle a dirigé des recueil collectifs dont Le Cas : Quel domaine judiciaire pour la littérature? et publié quatre romans, dont La valeur de l'inconnue et L'équilibre. Membre figura, elle bénéficie d'une subvention de recherche création pour son projet La condition policière. Exercices de pouvoir et modes de surveillance en littérature narrative. Laurence Perron est titulaire d'un doctorat sémiologie et littérature comparée “Queeriser l'enquête : l'enquêtrice, une figure sémiotique intergénérique et intermédiale”. Elle effectue actuellement en post-doctorat sur la représentation des violences de genre dans les espaces juridiques et littéraires dans le cadre du laboratoire L'art en procès à l'UQTR. Elle est également critique et essayiste pour Lettres Québécoise, Moebius, Spirale ou encore Panoramas, mais aussi éditrice pour la revue Liberté. David Bélanger est professeur au Département de lettres et communication sociale de l'UQTR et l'auteur de la critique interventionniste sur Maria Chapdelaine intitulée Il s'est écarté : enquête sur la mort de François Paradis et de Appelée à comparaître : La littérature dans les fictions québécoises du XXIe siècle, tiré de sa thèse. Il est également directeur adjointe revue Tangence, codirecteur du CRIST et directeur du pôle Politiques de l'imaginaire du centre Figura.
Anthony Paradis is the Performance Dietitian for the US Army at Fort Jackson, SC. Paradis has spent time in multiple sectors of the sport nutrition space. Prior to taking his current role with the US Army's H2F program in early 2023 he was the director of Olympic sports nutrition at the University of South Carolina from 2021-2023 and the director of sports nutrition at Tennessee Tech for 5 years from 2016-2021. Before entering the collegiate realm, he spent 8 years in the private space. He was a dietary technician at Lewisville Medical Center, a nutrition instructor in the school of human ecology at South Carolina, dietetic intern at Texas Woman's University, and personal trainer. His time in the private sector culminated as the owner of “Food and Fitness LLC” where he built a six-figure and three-employee business from the ground up. Food & Fitness LLC, was Texas's premier fitness training and nutrition studio where Paradis was both a private practice RD and personal trainer for over six years. In addition to his businesses, registered dietician work, and personal training, Paradis is himself an athlete in multiple different ventures. He's tried his hand in many different strength sports, endurance-based sports and more. He is both a Tennessee state and Texas state record holder powerlifter, has completed a solo 500-mile consecutive hike on the Colorado trail in 2015, and has competed on American Ninja Warrior in 2012, in addition to continuing to be an avid strength lifter. Samson Equipment Samson Equipment provides Professional Weight Room Solutions for all your S&C needs.Cerberus Strength Use Code: STRENGTH_GAME at Cerberus-Strength.comDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
Le 2 juin 2006, le corps sans vie d'Angélique Chauviré, 30 ans, est retrouvé dans un terrain vague de la partie néerlandaise de l'île de Saint-Martin, aux Antilles. Visiblement, elle a été violée et torturée, avant d'être battue à mort. La jeune femme, originaire de la région d'Angers, vivait là depuis plusieurs années. Alors, a-t-elle été victime d'une mauvaise rencontre, ou bien s'agit-il d'une vengeance ? Les indices sont maigres et l'enquête s'enlise… Les gendarmes français finissent enfin par identifier un suspect au profil inquiétant : Kathron Fortune. Mais ce chef de gang, un temps emprisonné, s'évade dans des circonstances rocambolesques. C'est le début d'une incroyable traque qui va durer plusieurs mois… L'affaire Angélique Chauviré, un nouveau podcast de Chroniques Criminelles raconté par Jacques Pradel.
Today on Feminine Roadmap, it's OK to say it out loud, honesty about depression with Susan Paradis CEO, Business Owner and Single Mom . Susan shares her experience with battling lifelong depression in the hopes of helping other people. In this episode she talks about her own journey of discovery, what she has found works for her, what hasn't, and how she has navigated it. Her goal in sharing is to help normalize the conversation about depression and how we can work together to manage it. Whether you struggle with depression, or have a loved one struggling , this podcast is intended to help better understand depression. Susan candidly shares signs to look for, wearing "the mask", the day-to-day effects of depression, how it affects your personal and professional life; how to pull yourself out of a "funk", how to help others and most importantly, how her faith has played a big part in her life-long journey. Depression can be cyclical so it's important to understand and identify your own clues when it begins to set in. It's ok to have depression, it's a condition that for some never goes away. The power comes in recognizing that while depression may always be present, it can be kept under control so that it doesn't derail your life. Susan encourages those with depression to accept the reality and set about putting together a “tool kit” to help you manage it. In our conversation she talks about several helpful strategies that can mitigate the downslide and stabilize your emotional state. One important thing is the importance of not struggling alone and putting on a mask. You do not have to struggle in silence, finding a small circle of trustworthy people who can be there to listen and be with you is key. Grab a cuppa something wonderful and join us to learn more strategies to add to your toolbelt. Please remember to subscribe, rate and share this with someone who needs to hear this message of hope.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4127929/advertisement
SAMEDI 04 NOVEMBRE 2023 Philippe Bardet - Maison Jean Loron (Beaujolais/Bourgogne) Installée entre la Roche de Solutré en Mâconnais et le Moulin à-Vent en Beaujolais, la Maison Jean Loron est l'un des plus anciens et plus grands propriétaires viticoles du Sud de la Bourgogne. Fondée il y a plus de 300 ans par Jean Loron, la Maison cultive aujourd'hui plus de 150 ha de vignes réparties sur plusieurs domaines et châteaux viticoles. Nicolas Paradis - Château (Paris) Ô Château séduit depuis plus de 15 ans amateurs de vins, novices, professionnels ou touristes grâce à ses activités variées. Ce véritable lieu de rencontre dans le paysage parisien, compte plus de 1000 références et 50 vins au verre et propose une offre de restauration et de service inédites. Nicolas Paradis, entrepreneur dans l'âme et passionné de vin et de gastronomie, dénombre aujourd'hui 8 adresses incontournables à Paris et en Ile-de-France proposant une offre de produit et de services autour du vin.
Selon la Bible, Lucifer était l'ange préféré de Dieu. Mais un jour, il s'est rebellé contre lui. Déchu du Paradis, il est devenu le maître de l'enfer. Le psychologue Philip Zimbardo s'est inspiré de ce mythe pour nommer l'Effet Lucifer, auquel il a consacré sa vie. C'est un processus de transformation selon lequel une personne a priori considérée normale, intégrée socialement voire gentille, sans traumatisme ou trouble mental, peut commettre des actes atroces. Pour étudier le phénomène, Zimbardo a mené l'une des expériences les plus connues de la psychologie à ce jour : l'expérience de Stanford. Elle continue de susciter la fascination aujourd'hui et est encore citée comme exemple dans les tribunaux du monde entier. En quoi consiste-t-elle ? Comment Zimbardo explique-t-il cela ? Écoutez la suite de cet épisode de "Maintenant vous savez". Un podcast Bababam Originals, écrit et réalisé par Antonella Francini. À écouter aussi : Peut-on vraiment se faire hypnotiser ? Faut-il payer pour trouver l'amour aujourd'hui ? Pourquoi change-t-on encore d'heure ? Retrouvez tous les épisodes de "Maintenant vous savez". Date de première diffusion : 29 novembre 2022 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
durée : 00:08:13 - La Question du jour - par : Marguerite Catton - Un amendement a été déposé par les députés de la majorité, qui vise à exonérer d'impôt les fédérations sportives internationales. Une mesure qui cherche avant tout à attirer le siège de la Fédération Internationale de Football Association à Paris. Dans quel but ? - invités : Pierre Rondeau Économiste français, spécialiste de l'économie du sport et de l'économie du football, co-directeur de l'Observatoire Sport et Société à la Fondation Jean Jaurès, professeur à la Sports Management School et chroniqueur à Slate
Le podcast Choses à Savoir Culture Générale est disponible sur: Apple Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/fr/podcast/choses-%C3%A0-savoir/id1048372492 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3AL8eKPHOUINc6usVSbRo3 Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/fr/show/51298 ------------------------------ Le Portugal était devenu un véritable eldorado pour les étrangers, et notamment pour les retraités. Pour peu qu'ils vivent la moitié de l'année dans le pays, ils bénéficiaient, en effet, d'une totale exonération fiscale, valable durant 10 ans. Prise en 2009, la mesure était effectivement appliquée depuis 2012. Les personnes concernées ont pu en bénéficier jusqu'en 2020, date à laquelle cette exemption fiscale a été transformée en une imposition limitée à 10 %. Ces mesures étaient destinées à soutenir, par un afflux de capitaux étrangers, une économie frappée de plein fouet par la crise. Mais le gouvernement socialiste, au pouvoir à Lisbonne, a changé d'avis. En effet, ces cadeaux fiscaux, véritable aubaine pour les étrangers, seront supprimés dès 2024. Environ 10.000 personnes, des retraités pour la plupart, anglais, français ou italiens, en auront profité. Enrayer la crise du logement Pourquoi ce changement de pied de la part des autorités portugaises ? Elles ont d'abord estimé que le traitement de faveur réservé aux étrangers pouvait être perçu comme une véritable injustice. Ces retraités, souvent aisés, sont également accusés d'avoir contribué, par leurs achats, à la hausse des prix de l'immobilier. On peut même parler, à cet égard, d'une véritable flambée des prix, puisqu'ils ont progressé de près de 80 % entre 2012 et 2021, contre 35 % dans l'ensemble de l'Union européenne. Pour juguler cette crise du logement, qui se traduit aussi par une hausse sensible des loyers, le gouvernement a d'ailleurs décidé de mettre fin à d'autres dispositifs favorables aux ressortissants étrangers, comme les "visas dorés". Pour l'achat d'un bien immobilier de 500.000 euros, ils donnaient le droit de vivre et de travailler dans le pays, avec la perspective d'obtenir assez rapidement la nationalité portugaise. Et l'obligation de résidence était très limitée. L'objectif, là encore, était d'attirer un maximum de capitaux étrangers. D'autres mesures sont encore prises par le gouvernement, comme l'obligation de louer des logements trop longtemps vacants. Ces dispositions, et notamment la fin des privilèges fiscaux pour les résidents étrangers, seront-elles suffisantes pour calmer l'inquiétude des Portugais, récemment descendus dans la rue pour réclamer des mesures plus énergiques ? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Plusieurs débats au coeur de l'actualité, les Grandes gueules ont le choix, en débattre ou non : Un paradis fiscal pour attirer la Fifa. Noël, moins de cadeaux sous le sapin.
Intellectuels, chefs d'entreprises, artistes, hommes et femmes politiques… Frédéric Taddeï reçoit des personnalités de tous horizons pour éclairer différemment et prendre du recul sur l'actualité de la semaine écoulée. Ce dimanche, Pascal Saint-Amans, ex-directeur fiscal de l'OCDE, l'auteur de «Paradis fiscaux, comment on a changé le cours de l'histoire» aux éditions du Seuil.
Intellectuels, chefs d'entreprises, artistes, hommes et femmes politiques… Frédéric Taddeï reçoit des personnalités de tous horizons pour éclairer différemment et prendre du recul sur l'actualité de la semaine écoulée. Ce dimanche, Pascal Saint-Amans, ex-directeur fiscal de l'OCDE, l'auteur de «Paradis fiscaux, comment on a changé le cours de l'histoire» aux éditions du Seuil.
Abû Sa'îd Al-Khudrî et Abû Hurayrah (qu'Allah les agrées) relatent que le Messager d'Allah (sur lui la paix et le salut) a dit : « Lorsque les habitants du Paradis entreront au Paradis, une voix s'élèvera et dira : " Dorénavant, il vous appartient de vivre et de ne plus jamais mourir ! Dorénavant, il vous appartient d'être en bonne santé et de ne plus jamais tomber malades ! Dorénavant, il vous appartient de rester jeunes et de ne plus jamais vieillir ! Dorénavant, il vous appartient d'être heureux et de ne plus jamais être malheureux ! " » Authentique. - Rapporté par Muslim.
Andre has come a long way from his tough childhood days and former life as a professional dancer; he is now an inspirational relationship coach. Teaching has been one of his passions throughout his life, from teaching in Japan to Bangkok and all the way back. In 2006, he began studying the dynamics between men and women out of sheer curiosity, ultimately discovering something extraordinary. This discovery spurred Andre to spend time researching and became too powerful a message to keep to himself. His Project Equinox was created with the mission to share all the knowledge he had gained in the world. Nowadays, Andre would be considered in the ‘third phase' of his life, endeavoring to help change people's lives around the globe by equipping them with the tools to have excellent communication skills and healthy relationships; he is determined to make a long-term positive impact. For more information, visit https://projectequinox.net/. To get his free book or get a complimentary call, email email@example.com and put irresistible book or talk now in the subject line.
Welcome back to Episode 3 of Zoe Page's podcast series, "A Kinky World with Zoe Page." Today, we continue our conversation with Eric Paradis, the Producer of the Montréal Fetish Weekend. In this episode, we delve deeper into how the event has evolved over the decades and explore some of the challenges Eric faces as its producer. He expresses profound gratitude for the incredible support he receives from his dedicated team and openly discusses how he inspires those around him. Zoe also delves into how Eric disconnects from the fetish world and reconnects with nature, offering listeners a glimpse into his personal life. Additionally, we look forward to what's in store for the 20th Anniversary of the event in 2024, and we can't wait to be part of it once again. instagram.com/zoespagesFor more details about the Montréal Fetish Weekend 2024 visit their website : www.montrealfetishweekend.com- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Join our website: www.lingerielowdown.com/joinWe INSPIRE you, no matter of your age, gender, body shape, size or ethnicity to look good and feel great. We DELIGHT you with informative video reviews filmed direct from our presenters homes. We INFORM you to brands that you may not of tried before, show how to style these products in ways that you may not have tried.Whether you're a loved one looking to treat their partner or an individual looking for inspiration to feel sexy in your lingerie and to empower yourself to know it's OK to do so, we have you covered – or uncovered!Support the showJoin us every Wednesday and Saturday for double the excitement as we release new podcast episodes that are sure to keep you hooked! Plus, now you have the option to enjoy an even more immersive experience by watching the video podcast exclusively on our website or Rumble channel.As your impartial consumer champion, we've been reviewing lingerie, hosiery, and more for over 8 years! With over 10,000 full-length video reviews from 750+ brands exclusively available on our website, we're the ultimate source for honest insights. Join our website: www.lingerielowdown.com/join- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Watch the podcasts on our Rumble channel :Rumble : rumble.com/c/LingerieLowdownCheck out our product previews on YouTube :Main channel : youtube.com/c/LingerieLowdownAge restricted channel : youtube.com/c/LingerieLowdownDigestFollow us on social media :Instagram : instagram.com/lingerie.lowdownTwitter : twitter.com/LingerieLowdown
Depuis ce mois de septembre 2023, l'île d'Anticosti est reconnue comme un site du patrimoine mondial de l'humanité reconnu par l'UNESCO. C'est le Paradis du cerf de Virginie, un sanctuaire de nombreuses espèces d'oiseaux. Anticosti abrite aussi d'innombrables fossiles datant de plus de 400 millions d'années. Quelle est l'histoire de cette île? Qu'est-ce qui la rend si intéressante? D'où vient le nom Anticosti? Avec Baptiste Zapirain et Charles Trahan Une production QUB Radio Octobre 2023Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
We are thrilled to welcome Zoe Page back for the second episode of her exciting new series, "A Kinky World with Zoe Page." In today's episode, we present the first part of a two-part interview with Eric Paradis, the Producer of the Montréal Fetish Weekend. Eric rarely grants interviews, so we consider ourselves fortunate to have Zoe Page sit down with him for an in-depth conversation about his life and career. In this episode, we delve into Eric's early life as a musician on the road and discover what sparked his decision to change direction, leading him to craft an extraordinary life and career spanning over 30 years in the global fetish scene.instagram.com/zoespagesFor more details about the Montréal Fetish Weekend 2024 visit their website : www.montrealfetishweekend.com- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Join our website: www.lingerielowdown.com/joinWe INSPIRE you, no matter of your age, gender, body shape, size or ethnicity to look good and feel great. We DELIGHT you with informative video reviews filmed direct from our presenters homes. We INFORM you to brands that you may not of tried before, show how to style these products in ways that you may not have tried.Whether you're a loved one looking to treat their partner or an individual looking for inspiration to feel sexy in your lingerie and to empower yourself to know it's OK to do so, we have you covered – or uncovered!Support the showJoin us every Wednesday and Saturday for double the excitement as we release new podcast episodes that are sure to keep you hooked! Plus, now you have the option to enjoy an even more immersive experience by watching the video podcast exclusively on our website or Rumble channel.As your impartial consumer champion, we've been reviewing lingerie, hosiery, and more for over 8 years! With over 10,000 full-length video reviews from 750+ brands exclusively available on our website, we're the ultimate source for honest insights. Join our website: www.lingerielowdown.com/join- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Watch the podcasts on our Rumble channel :Rumble : rumble.com/c/LingerieLowdownCheck out our product previews on YouTube :Main channel : youtube.com/c/LingerieLowdownAge restricted channel : youtube.com/c/LingerieLowdownDigestFollow us on social media :Instagram : instagram.com/lingerie.lowdownTwitter : twitter.com/LingerieLowdown
Andre Paradis shares a discussion about the dance of masculine and feminine energy to strengthen marriages.The Dance Between Masculine and Feminine EnergyIn a world where belonging seemed out of reach, one man found solace in an unexpected rhythm. Andre Paradis, a French Canadian from Quebec City, discovered a passion for dance that would change the course of his life. But little did he know, this journey would also unravel a profound understanding of the dynamics between masculinity and femininity in relationships. As he danced his way through the spotlight, Andre's story took an unexpected twist, one that would leave us wondering how his extraordinary talent would shape the dance of love and connection.Do you desire greater harmony and connection in your relationships? Are you seeking to understand and embrace the interplay between masculinity and femininity? Join us as guest speaker Andre Paradis shares the key to achieving this desired outcome. Discover how embracing the complementary energies of masculinity and femininity can lead to enhanced unity and connection in your relationships. You won't want to miss this opportunity to unlock the secret to a more fulfilling and balanced partnership.In this episode, you will be able to:Absorb the dance of masculine and feminine energy shaping relationship dynamicsAcknowledge the man's paramount leadership role, as in a dance, and its valuable contribution to relationshipsSteer towards hope by embedding potent strategies for fostering healthier relationshipsSupport the show
durée : 00:59:50 - Roberto Fonseca - par : Alex Dutilh - Cette année pourrait bien être l'apogée de la carrière de Roberto Fonseca, qui dévoile “La Gran Diversión”. Un hommage à l'âge d'or de la musique cubaine, aux nuits de danse endiablées de La Havane, ainsi qu'à la Cabane Cubaine, le plus réputé des cabarets de Paris dans les années 30.
Den gröna industrisatsningen i norr har fått både näringsliv och politiker att jubla. Men jubel hörs också från kriminella som nu sätter kursen norrut. På en kvart får du veta vilka riskerna är när 11 hundra miljarder kronor nu ska investeras i norr. Med Jan Almgren, reporter på SvD Näringsliv.
Après 18 mois de guerre en Ukraine, les sanctions massives contre l'économie russe semblent inefficaces. Jets privés, villas, comptes bancaires, dans la traque des oligarques et le gel des avoirs russes, la Suisse est vivement critiquée par la communauté internationale. Ces critiques sont-elles justifiées ? Grâce à une fuite de données inédites, Temps Présent a mené l'enquête sur le maillon faible de ces sanctions : les gestionnaires de fortunes.
How are you making sure you company stands out? We all try to offer services but how can you make a shower or a floor stand out from the rest? What is different about your work from others? Sometimes there is nothing different. The differences come from the information presented. Do you offer dustless services? Are you actually promoting them? What about the materials you use? What makes those unique and different from others on the market? How can you find ordinary everyday things to present as valuable up sells to your clients that your local competition is not? Duane Paradis is the Technical Manager at JohnsManville with the GoBoard team. He has not only played a major role in converting the technology from the roofing industry to the tile industry, but also undertakes many technical duties with it. Products are not always what they are cracked up to be from appearance alone and Duane knows this more than most. Listen in to this week's episode of the Floor Academy Podcast as Duane and I discuss how we can take a seemingly ordinary run of the mill product seem extraordinarily different from the rest.Need new headphones for working and listening to Floor Academy? Check out ISOTunes using the link below. Amazing Bluetooth headphones that are OSHA certified. http://bit.ly/2P5A9pRCheck out our sponsorsJohns ManvilleThe International Surfaces EventCheck out our website and storeSupport the show
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As Canadians depend more and more on an electrified grid, safety and reliability are at the core of the conversation. How are we improving the grid's resilience to climate change and extreme weather? How are we accommodating increased capacity as more people electrify their lives? In episode 99 of thinkenergy, we discuss future proofing the grid and what exactly that means with Guillaume Paradis, Chief Electricity Distribution Officer at Hydro Ottawa. Related links Guillaume Paradis, LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/guillaume-paradis-30a47721/ Power outage safety: https://www.hydroottawa.com/en/outages-safety/outage-centre/outage-safety Energy saving resources: https://www.hydroottawa.com/en/save-energy To subscribe using Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thinkenergy/id1465129405 To subscribe using Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7wFz7rdR8Gq3f2WOafjxpl To subscribe on Libsyn: http://thinkenergy.libsyn.com/ --- Subscribe so you don't miss a video: https://www.youtube.com/user/hydroottawalimited Check out our cool pics on https://www.instagram.com/hydroottawa More to Learn on https://www.facebook.com/HydroOttawa Keep up with the Tweets at https://twitter.com/thinkenergypod ________________________________________________________________________________ Transcript: Dan Seguin 00:06 This is thinkenergy, the podcast that helps you better understand the fast changing world of energy through conversations with game changers, industry leaders, and influencers. So join me, Dan Seguin, as I explore both traditional and unconventional facets of the energy industry. Dan Seguin 00:28 Hey, everyone, welcome back. There's a great analogy I read recently that compared future proofing the electricity grid to Wayne Gretzky. And since this is our 99th episode, woohoo, it just seems fitting that we make our reference to the great one. What made Wayne Gretzky, the greatest hockey player of all time, was not his speed or the uncanny accuracy of his shots, but rather his ability to predict where the puck was going to be an instant before it arrived. utilities like Wayne Gretzky have the ability to anticipate events and predict patterns that can make them more prepared for extreme weather events as a utility, planning and predicting the future is part of our DNA. And as we all prepare to meet greenhouse gas reduction targets set by the feds, provincial and municipal governments, we are seeing a lot of future planning happening to make the electricity system as clean and as resilient as possible. And part of that is predicting what the future will look like, from what energy sources will power our electricity supply, but also what kind of challenges like electrification and threats like extreme weather we will face? So here's today's big question. How can utilities earn customer confidence as they transition towards an electrified grid that can also withstand unpredictable weather to safely and reliably deliver energy. Today's guest is Guillaume packaging. As the chief electricity distribution officer at hydro Ottawa, Guillaume is responsible for planning, design, operations, constructions and maintenance of our nation's capitol electrical power distribution system. In his role, Guillaume leads a team directly accountable for ensuring the safe, efficient and reliable delivery of electricity to hydro Ottawa customers. Guillaume has over a decade of industry experience in progressive leadership roles ranging from research program management, to distribution planning, asset management, design, and construction. Thanks for joining us on the show today. Guillaume Paradis 02:56 Thanks for having me. Dan Seguin 02:57 You've been in the industry for more than a decade now, what's been the biggest change or shift you've witnessed? Guillaume Paradis 03:05 So what I'd say has been the most significant change over that time period is that we've actually gone from talking about very exciting things and future focus opportunities. So we've gone from talking about them to actually getting to implement them. So some of the things that were on the horizon 10 years ago, and 15 years ago, in fact, were related to electric vehicles, the proliferation of battery storage technology, the development of the smart grid, and over that period of time, through those conversations, we've actually been able to shift the industry to a place where we're actually delivering on some of those promises. So that's very, very exciting. It's a massive challenge for everyone involved, but unlocks a whole series of possibilities, that when I started my career, we were only talking and thinking about, Dan Seguin 04:08 Okay, what does future proofing the electricity grid really mean? What kind of plans and predictions are you making to help the grid withstand climate change? Guillaume Paradis 04:20 So future proofing is an interesting one, because, you know, ultimately, all of your success depends on your ability to forecast and forecasting. Currently, with the changing landscape with the pace at which policy is being updated, refreshed, and modified, it is quite challenging. So we've gone from an environment where you could look at decade's worth of data, use a little bit of economic information, and forecasts and combine those things into what would turn out to be a pretty useful and fairly accurate prediction of what your system would be required to deliver. So we've gone from that to an environment where in a matter of, you know, sometimes months, you know, the underlying basis for your predictions as totally been changed. And you have, or you're having to revisit your assumptions from, frankly, a quarter to the next. So, future proofing right now, in my mind is about, you know, keeping an eye out for what's coming. So being able to anticipate what's ahead, being able to stay abreast of all the trends, making, what I would call incremental adjustments to our practices today that ensure that if, and when the future, you know, more specifically crystallizes, we can take advantage of the opportunities, and we're not having to redo too much work, but also without betting too much on one outcome, where we may not have the certainty of what's ahead. So, you know, that's true when you look at the full landscape. And specifically, when we're looking at the predictions around climate change, it's about at a minimum, being very responsive to the more recent events. So using that to update your predictions. And recently, unfortunately, with respect to climate, you know, we've seen what would have been deemed, you know, one in 1000, or one in 100 year events occur at a frequency that far exceeds, you know, what predictions would have called for. And we have to recognize that as being the new trend, despite not having the benefit of 100 years of events in that new paradigm that we find ourselves in. So, you know, from a climate standpoint, I think we have to be a little farther out, and expect that recent data points actually represent the new reality, as opposed to relying on the longer trend that we would like to count on, which is 50-100 years or beyond. So from a climate standpoint, at this point, our assumption is, you know, what's happened recently looks a lot more like what's expected to happen to us in the next few years. And in fact, you know, we're looking to build a little bit of contingency or buffer into our predictions, assuming that it might get a little worse. Dan Seguin 07:40 Now, why does future proofing the grid go hand in hand with electrification, and clean energy, Guillaume Paradis 07:48 So electrification and clean energy come down to, in my view, increasing our society's resilience, resilience and dependence on our electricity infrastructure. So, you know, for many years now, many decades, the electricity system has been the underpinning of our modern society. But even more so as we move more of our energy use to the electricity system, it becomes paramount ensure that the infrastructure we have is able to support and maintain with a high level of redundancy, you know, that modern lifestyle where more of what we do is electrified, clean energy, in its various forms, you know, supports our ability to electrify more of our activities, but also from a planning standpoint introduces a bit of a new challenge, in terms of intermittency. And so our ability to have an underlying asset base distribution system or transmission system that is highly redundant and highly secure, to enable and support the use of renewable energy is critical. And so that's where future proofing is really about, you know, ensuring that the bet we're making as a society, which is electrifying to improve the outlook on our climate change objectives, is actually possible going forward. Dan Seguin 09:29 Don't I've got a follow up question here. What does a self healing grid mean? Guillaume Paradis 09:35 You know, in a nutshell, self healing is about leveraging technology and automation to ensure that when an issue occurs, whether it be a failure, or an externality, like a tree, you know, impacting our infrastructure. We use that technology that automation to most rapidly re structure and rearrange our distribution system to minimize the impact of those events. So it's really about leveraging automation, you know, rapid communication, we now have access to using the computational power that is also available to us. And letting those tools make the preliminary decision on how best to restore power, before there's a human interaction that comes in to take care of the final steps. So really, if you think about it, and how far we've come in the last 20 years with computer power and communication tools, it's really bringing the latest and the best of those technologies to bear on how we restore power to our customers. Dan Seguin 10:45 After the May Dereocho, a lot of people were asking why utilities don't bury all overhead lines? What's your answer to that Gil? Guillaume Paradis 10:55 So yeah, it comes up every time there's a storm, and it's, it's perfectly understandable. And I think there's a couple things that come into play when we think about, you know, what is best to deliver power to our customers. Certainly, you know, we've been talking about redundancy in an underground system, when it comes to certain types of climate related events, like large storms, or wind storms, you know, introduce a certain level of security that exceeds what is possible with an overhead system. But the other very important element as we think about electrification going forward, is the element of cost, and affordability of power. And, you know, just from a comparison standpoint, the basic math, you know, when evaluating underground alternatives to overhead systems, is about a 10 to one cost ratio. So certainly when we look at, you know, where best to invest dollars, and how best to bring power to communities, that cost component is factored in and becomes a consideration, particularly when you look at lower density areas, or farther away areas from production centers, it becomes a costly proposition. Now, what we're looking to do going forward is we see undergrounding as a strategic tool in improving our climate resilience. And so we're going to look at certain corridors, perhaps, or certain targeted investments to underground infrastructure, to try to get the most value possible for our customers as we plan for, you know, an elevated climate challenge in the future. But that consideration around costs is significant. And finally, what I'd say as well is, you know, your ability to restore power when there's a problem with overhead infrastructure is far greater than it is when an underground system fails. And so in addition to that cost component, the ability to restore power quickly, when there is a problem is higher with an overhead infrastructure. Dan Seguin 13:10 At the beginning of the last century, it was the Industrial Revolution. This century is shaping up to be an electrical revolution. How confident are you about the grid's capacity, as more and more people electrify their cars, and eventually, their homes? Guillaume Paradis 13:32 So how confident I would say very confident. And that's not to minimize the scale of the challenge ahead of us. You're correct, we're now proposing to essentially, you know, completely shift the dynamics around electricity. In a matter of, you know, I would like to say decades, but it's essentially a decade at this point. And so it's a very complex challenge from an engineering standpoint and a planning standpoint. But I've seen how the conversation and the thinking has evolved over the last 1015 years in our industry, I've seen the technologies that are being brought forward as tools to be leveraged to enable that transition to a more electric future. And, you know, the significant load growth, I will come with that. So I think we have the tools, we need to maintain a high level of awareness and adaptability in, you know, facing what's ahead of us. We can't fall back on old habits or, you know, make excuses when we have solutions we want to implement and we know we need to implement to enable that electrified future, but I think We will get there. And I've seen all sorts of signs pointing to that possibility. And it's going to come down to once again making the most of all the tools we have. So we talked about technology earlier, we're going to have to leverage technology to manage how electric vehicles are charged, and when, and in what parts of the city and how best to leverage the existing infrastructure to do that, because we know, we can just build or double the size of our electric infrastructure to accommodate that growth. So we're going to have to be more refined, we're going to have to leverage all the tools available to us, including distributed energy resources, but I think we will get there and I like what I'm seeing from all the stakeholders across the industry, and thinking and adapting to that new reality. Dan Seguin 15:50 Here's another follow up question. What would you say to those who are worried about reliability and power outages? Guillaume Paradis 15:59 I would say that's our main focus. And so it's completely normal to have some concerns in a context where more of our lives become dependent on the electricity system. And but, you know, on our end, from an electricity industry standpoint, reliability has been forever, essentially, you know, the focus of our energy and our attention. And now we all understand that, we need to elevate the reliability standards that have been developed over the last decades. And so we have, once again, certain tools we can leverage to do that. So again, not to say it's not significant, we have to go from, you know, what has been a 99.998% availability to something even closer to 100%. Because we know our customers depend on our infrastructure more than ever. But we're working on that. And we're going to bring in some tools that will help us support that outcome. And certainly, you know, we talked about automation, but things like battery storage, becoming more prevalent, you know, within the landscape, including the batteries of electric vehicles, over time, will be one of those examples of new tools that we can try to leverage to deliver, deliver that elevated level of reliability that our customers will expect in our society will need. Dan Seguin 17:33 Okay, thanks. Yeah, there will be power outages, we can't avoid that. Knowing that, what are some of the things customers could or should consider doing to be better prepared? Guillaume Paradis 17:46 Yeah. So that's another interesting question with respect to what we've seen in the last few years. So even just through some of the climate related events that we've experienced, you know, longer duration outages related to tornadoes are due to Russia more recently, one of the basic things that everyone is encouraged to do and we try to promote is, you know, developing a plan for the household, right, or for, you know, your business if you're a commercial customer, but think about what things look like, from your perspective. In the event of an outage of various durations that like, you know, the basic exercise would be to think about something of short duration, say two hours of less or less than looking at something a bit more prolonged like six hours, and then going to the next step of saying, what happens if it's more than 24 hours. And you know, if you go to our website, and the website of, you know, many of our peer utilities, most offer a set of resources around how to build a toolkit to be able to remain safe and function through certain duration outages. And then, of course, if you want to go beyond that for certain critical customers, and that conversation is ongoing, and everyone's minds already been turned to that, but looking at other alternatives, like on site generation, energy storage, generators, of course, being the traditional option, but looking to secure some critical processes with on site generation where possible. So building resilience is something that we've worked on, you know, for decades, through our infrastructure investments, of course, but working with customers, and more so than ever again, as we electrify many more aspects of our lives. We need to ensure that everyone appreciates and recognizes what may be required if power was to for hopefully a very short amount of time not be available. Dan Seguin 20:03 Now, what kind of planning and predictions are you making for the short, mid and long term when it comes to electrification? Guillaume Paradis 20:13 So the short term is probably the most interesting element now, because it's been a little difficult to figure out exactly when things would land. So what we're seeing today, and that's ongoing now, is that, you know, certainly many customers are actively looking at reducing their impact in terms of carbon footprint. And they're looking at doing that through electrification. And so we're seeing a lot of activity where customers choose to switch to fuel, which would be essentially moving away from using carbon intensive energy resources for things like heating, and then leveraging our infrastructure to support that. So when that happens at a campus level, or for commercial customers, that can be a significant growth in the demand on the electricity system. So we're fairly able to project what that looks like. And it's been happening at a good pace. On the electric vehicle adoption side of things we've been monitoring for over a decade now, we've been, you know, doing some modeling, some predictions, we've worked with, you know, external stakeholders to put together studies that would help us understand the impact. The thing that has been challenging, certainly over the last two years is that there's now a clear gap between the market demand with or for electric vehicles, and what manufacturers and the supply chains are able to make available to that market. So figuring out the exact timing has become a little more challenging, where we would have expected to see, you know, a very steady growth, but a significant growth that would eventually turn into sort of a complete shift to electric vehicle purchases. Whereas it's taking a bit longer, I think, to occur than we would have, frankly, hoped for, but also expected, it's getting, it's gotten us or given us a bit more time as supposed to plan for it. But certainly from an electrification standpoint, and the predictions that we're making, we're seeing electric vehicles being sort of pervasive across our distribution system. It'll occur over a certain number of years, but we will have electric vehicle charging occur all over service territory. And certainly from a fleet standpoint, once again, as soon as some of the manufacturers manage to ramp up their capacity to produce vehicles, we're expecting to see more and more fleet operators move their entire operation to electric vehicles. And so we're preparing for that as well. Dan Seguin 22:58 Now, Guillaume, tell me, what keeps you up at night, then, talk to me about what gives you hope. Guillaume Paradis 23:06 So what still keeps me up at night. And I think that's just a virtue of the environment. And the industry that we're in is the safety of our team. And, frankly, anyone who interacts with our infrastructures, so that that's something that we easily forget in our society, considering how, you know, ubiquitous energy electricity is, it's just the sheer power that that electricity represents, and how close in proximity it comes to many people, certainly our workforce, you know, physically interacts with that infrastructure every day. And so ensuring that we remain safe at all times is critical. But it's the same for our customers and anyone who comes close to the electricity infrastructure. And so that's, that's first and foremost, I think it's just, you know, a reality of what we do, distributing electricity. But certainly just the general pace of change is interesting, I wouldn't say it keeps me up at night, because I'm worried it keeps me up at night because it's exciting. And there's so much possibilities that come with what's ahead to a degree that we've frankly, never seen in our industry. And so it's just a completely exciting time to be part of the electricity industry. We just got to make sure that we do everything we can to leverage what's coming for the benefit of our customers and to power our community. But you know, there are much worse things to be kept up at night by and I think it's just a lot of energy. Literally, I suppose, coming to all of us, you know around the organization in the industry. Well, hope is So we have, you know, so many bright colleagues, so many people looking at what's, you know, ahead and what's upon us, that we're uniquely positioned to help, you know, our, all societies across the globe, deliver on, you know, what is, you know, the generational challenge of climate change. So we're, you know, it's, it's not often that you're part of an industry that can have such a significant impact on such a large problem. And so to be right in the middle of it, and having a key role in enabling the aspiration of our entire society, is really exciting. And, you know, having the chance to take tangible and real concrete actions to get us all there is fantastic. So the hope comes from the energy of everyone involved, and the talent of everyone in Walt involved, and the passion that they bring to solving this massive, massive challenge that we have ahead of us. Dan Seguin 26:12 Moving on here, what role does hydro Ottawa or utilities in general have when it comes to delivering solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions? Guillaume Paradis 26:22 So that the, I think the unique perspective that we bring, so certainly, electrifying period, right, so we're, we're, you know, an alternative to dirtier sources, particularly here in Ontario, where we can still count on an electricity system that is very significantly, you know, supplied by renewable energy resources. So we're sort of a platform for greenhouse gas reduction, just by virtue of electrification. So that is a significant role. And even more importantly, we also have, you know, an opportunity to be direct partners with industries, stakeholders, businesses, commercial actors, who are actually trying to reduce their greenhouse gases, footprint and impact. And so we're, we're part of the conversation and what we do differently than other businesses is, we think and plan in decades, and, you know, in Windows of 25, and 50 years, and so we've been here 100 years, we're expecting to be here, you know, many 100 more. And so we have that long term perspective that we can bring to the table, when engaging with other stakeholders who maybe think more on a sort of business case level in terms of three and five year paybacks, we're actually able to bring in that long term perspective to inform their decision making. So it's pretty unique, frankly, and, and we're also in many, many cases, in a position where we're trusted advisors. So there has been that trust built over decades of being reliable and available. And so we're seen as or as almost impartial in the process of electrifying and reducing greenhouse gases. And so again, we can bring that perspective to bear when supporting our customers and making those decisions and enabling those objectives of more sustainable activities. Dan Seguin 28:43 Sorry about this Guillaume, but I've got a follow up question, what are some of the initiatives that hydro Auto is doing to help customers in this area? Guillaume Paradis 28:51 So we have essentially the full inventory of initiatives. So from a customer standpoint, we work with them at the facility level, we have, you know, our key account representatives, we're sort of their energy advisors on demand. And so, you know, that is a direct line between customers and all the portfolios and all the options that are available in the industry. So that's, that's big, because it's, it's almost working with them from the inception of their plans to try to bring them to, you know, that future of a lower carbon footprint. And so, you know, we're very active in that space. You know, from an energy standpoint and an energy system standpoint, we see our responsibility as being the local enabler of local renewable energy resources, and a more efficient use of energy, you know, in our community and in the communities that we serve. And so we're working with industry stakeholders, particularly regulatory agencies, and better informing their approach to enabling those resources to make sure that when customers approach us with their solar generation project, or with their battery storage project, we find the best way to make that investment work for them financially, but also for our community from a greenhouse gas standpoint. And so we have a very important role in sort of acting as an interface between, you know, our constituents, and the regulatory agencies that govern what we do. And that's fundamental to making that green future possible. Because we're essentially, you know, ending an entire regulatory framework, and an entire industry paradigm on the fly, as people make those decisions, to invest differently. And so that advisor role is critical, that advocacy role is critical. And you know, more specifically, we have a wide variety of programs, all available in great detail on our website, to help customers think through the decisions that they're making with respect to energy. Dan Seguin 31:21 Now, what are your thoughts on distributed energy resources, what kind of challenges or opportunities do they pose? Guillaume Paradis 31:32 Not only a great opportunity, but a necessary piece of that puzzle coming together with respect to electrifying and proceeding with that energy transition that we've all embarked on. And that going forward with the combination of a growing demand for electricity, and some of the challenges brought about by climate change, will need to be able to leverage energy resources closer to where the demand actually exists. And distributed energy resources are sort of the elementary building blocks that will allow us to do that where by having a generation closer to our customers within our community here in Ottawa, for example, and in Castleman, we'll be able to ensure that we're not reliant on power coming from, you know, hundreds of kilometers away somewhere across the province. And that under more scenarios, contingency or otherwise, we're able to leverage what's here to ensure that our customers stay power through whatever may come and so the D ers bolt in meeting capacity requirements going forward and meeting resilience expectations will be essential. And so once again, they in terms of scaling up to, you know, many 1000s within Ottawa, Ottawa, they represent a pretty significant engineering challenge in rethinking our control systems, our, you know, engineering decisions, but they're a necessary and important building block, and therefore much larger of an opportunity than they are a threat. And we just need to spend the next few years continuing to evolve our ability to leverage those in real time to meet our future objectives. Dan Seguin 33:30 Okay, yeah, we always end our interviews with some rapid fire questions. We've got a few for you. Are you ready? Guillaume Paradis 33:38 Okay,we'll give it a shot. Dan Seguin 33:40 Okay. What are you reading right now? Guillaume Paradis 33:43 So, I'm not sure if the timing of this conversation will matter. But certainly leading up to Remembrance Day, I sort of tend to go back to at least one book, you know, related to war, and the impacts of war. And so I've gotten back into reading August by Barbara Tuchman. So that's sort of one of my favorite books about the start of the First World War. Just very well written. And every time I go back to it, I'm just inspired by the quality of the storytelling, but I have this bad habit of reading multiple books at the same time, which typically takes me forever to get through them. I've started Dawn of everything or the dawn of everything, which is a complicated but very interesting reevaluation of how modern enlightenment thinking has evolved in Europe through the influence of some of the North American First Nations. It is a very interesting topic there. And also reading An old classic and letters from a stoic by Seneca when I managed to not fall asleep at 1230 Each night, but those are the three books that are on my night table right now. Dan Seguin 35:16 Now, what would you name your boat? If you have one? Or maybe do you have one? Guillaume Paradis 35:22 I do not. And I would let my kids name it. And so I expect it would be called something related to Paw Patrol, or the latest show that they're on these days. But I would certainly not shoulder that responsibility. And I would ask my kids to decide what the name should be, Dan Seguin 35:47 Who is someone that you admire, Guillaume? Guillaume Paradis 35:50 I'm going to stay on the same theme with that one. And I think I have to say, I admire my wife. And I do because I get to watch her in action every single day. And I see how she tackles problems. And she multitasks and makes problems go away that I couldn't quite wrap my head around. And so the relentless energy or determination that she applies to everything she does, is really a big inspiration for me. So, you know, surely there are others, you know, in our history or otherwise, that could be inspirations, but no one resonates in my life, quite to the degree that my wife does. Dan Seguin 36:35 Okay, what is the closest thing to real magic that you've witnessed? Guillaume Paradis 36:42 Fair, that's, that's a tricky one. I think, not the engineering type talking about science here. But I think just there's two extremes that are either dead technologies that we've managed to develop. And one of the ones I think of occasionally, is them, computers and the chips and the microprocessors we've been to develop, able to develop and just the sheer scale, and the complexity that we've been able to create there. Otherwise, things like CRISPR, for genetic splicing, I just still can't quite wrap my head around how that's possible. But we're able to do things with DNA now that are just, you know, stuff of science fiction 20 years ago, anything to do with space exploration, and deploying, you know, telescopes in space or launching probes to Mars, I still don't understand how we managed to do that, without something failing more often than it does. And otherwise, the other extreme, I would say is, is just nature, right. And that's exactly what we're all working on today, across the globe, is recognizing that what we have, you know, around us, our planet is just beyond amazing, and, you know, almost incomprehensible in complexity. And we have a responsibility to take care of that. But I think, you know, whenever we have, I have the chance of stepping out of the city and just looking around at nature for a few minutes, you have to kind of be reminded of how unlikely it all seems that something so complex, so beautiful, would come together. And so I think, you know, in the real world, those things are as close as we can get to magic, really. Dan Seguin 38:38 Okay, this is an interesting one, Guillaume. What has been the biggest challenge to you personally, since the pandemic began? Guillaume Paradis 38:46 That's a tricky one to think through. Because there's been so much that seems to have happened over the last 24 months - and now 30 months of the pandemic, I would say just having to constantly adapt without what seemed for a while a real frame of reference, right. So if you take yourself back to the early days of the pandemic, in particular, it just seemed like every other week, we would, we would be learning new things about how the pandemic would work and how forecasts look as to how we might get out of that situation. And so, you know, I'm someone who loves change in general. But even for me, in those early days, it just seemed a little bit unsettling to feel like every other week, you had to rethink a lot of your decisions, a lot of your planning a lot of the ways in which you thought you could protect yourself, your colleagues in your family, and so just having to do that on an ongoing basis for an extended period of time. Like that was very, very challenging. And so I'd probably put that as the biggest challenge. But obviously, you know, everything else that flowed from there was back to our society or friends and family or colleagues. That was just a very, very unique situation to work through in general, right? Dan Seguin 40:11 We've all been watching a lot more Netflix and TV lately, what is your favorite movie or your favorite show? Guillaume Paradis 40:19 So I watch just about anything that comes up, that I can sort of sit through for more than 15 minutes that sort of detest now. We've all watched so much TV over the last few years that if something can capture your attention for 15 minutes, that's probably a good sign. I always, and that might be a boring answer. But I always end up going back to, you know, one of the classics and Seinfeld. So, you know, you look at what's available. And, you know, sometimes you just don't have the energy to start something new. And I just go back to it, I found it's aged fairly well, some of the humor in there is quite timeless. And so it's sort of like a comforting blanket almost at this point, they just go back to a couple old Seinfeld episodes. Dan Seguin 41:12 Lastly, sir, what's exciting you about your industry right now? Guillaume Paradis 41:18 I mean, I've said it a few times already. But just the opportunity to be in the middle of all that change. Like, it's such an important time in our societies evolution, I would not want to be on the sidelines of watching that unfold. And I think, you know, being so centrally positioned to help us all achieve those really big aspirations we have with respect to climate and the environment. I think that's great, right? And we have the tools, we have the energy we have, you know, everyone is willing, and so we just have to do it. So I think, you know, it's such a source of inspiration and energy. That, you know, I couldn't ask for more frankly, electricity was always important. And I was always something that made our industry very intriguing, and, you know, interesting, but that has been taken to a whole new level in the last little while. And for the foreseeable future, that, you know, there's going to be an endless supply of energy for all of us to solve those big problems. Dan Seguin 42:31 Well, Guillaume, we've reached the end of another episode of The think energy podcast. If our listeners wanted to learn more about you, and our organization, how could they connect? Guillaume Paradis 42:45 So certainly, you know, go to our website, we've just launched a brand new website for a group of companies, I believe. It's under the name of power as one.com. Otherwise, our hydro auto website, of course, I wouldn't encourage you to find out more about me, I'm not that important. But check out the resources we have on our website. Our organization in particular is doing all sorts of novel and cool things, whether it be across Portage power, and vari Hebrew networks, or hydro Ottawa limited. So check out what we have there and reach out, you'll see all sorts of channels on there that you can use to engage with us. We're actively looking for everyone's input as we think about the future of energy. And so please come forward with whatever creative solutions you have. And I assure you, we'll consider them. Dan Seguin 43:46 Again, Guillaume, merci beaucoup, thank you so much for joining us today. I hope you had a lot of fun. Guillaume Paradis 43:52 Cheers. And it was great. Thank you, Dan, for having me. Dan Seguin 43:55 Thanks for tuning in to another episode of The Think Energy podcast. And don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review wherever you're listening. And to find out more about today's guests, or previous episodes, visit think energy podcast.com. I hope you'll join us again next time as we spark even more conversations about the energy of tomorrow.
Are you feeling lost in the world of dating or misunderstandings in relationships, often leaving you puzzled? Well, we've got you covered! This episode will demystify the common miscommunications that occur between men and women. Our special guests, Adriana Sorgi and Andre Paradis, reveal how men generally know what they want but struggle to express it. This disconnect leaves women confused about what men truly seek. Andre adds that women often bring something to the table that's far different from what men actually want. We also explore how cultural values and expectations contribute to this communication gap.We don't just stop there though. We dig deep into the importance of self-awareness and authenticity in dating. Adriana emphasizes the need for women to be upfront about their desires to find success in dating. We discuss the significance of being authentic and powerful, and how to avoid turning dates into an interrogation. Adriana points out the importance of recognising one's values and owning them to find a compatible partner. In the final phase of our discussion, we delve into the different types of men and the significance of women embracing their femininity to attract the right partner. We also stress the crucial role of decluttering one's emotional baggage for better self-understanding and clarity on desires. Tune into this enlightening episode for some eye-opening advice and perspectives on navigating the dating world. Let's transform your dating experiences together!Support the showJoin our free Frank Talk Summit on 16 and 17 August at 8ET/5PT PM. Register here: https://bit.ly/franktalksummitThanks for listening!NEW: Subscribe monthly: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1805181/supportEmail questions/comments/feeback to email@example.com Website: https://straightfromthesourcesmouthpod.net/Instagram: @fromthesourcesmouth_franktalkTwitter: @tamarapodcast
durée : 00:55:01 - Affaires sensibles - par : Fabrice Drouelle - Aujourd'hui dans Affaires Sensibles, l'histoire d'un film sorti en 1945, Les Enfants du Paradis, réalisé par Marcel Carné et écrit par Jacques Prévert, devenu un monument du cinéma français. Invitée Carole Aurouet, enseignante et chercheuse à l'Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée et spécialiste de Jacques Prévert. - invités : Carole AUROUET - Carole AUROUET
Bienvenue dans un épisode particulier... un épisode spécial pour l'été ! Très spécial par son sujet pour commencer, puisque qu'on parle ici d'un projet de rénovation hors-normes, unique, réalisé par un couple peu ordinaire. Spécial par son contenu ensuite, puisque vous le verrez avec Vincent et Clément, on n'a pas parlé "que" de travaux, mais aussi de vie perso, de travail, de projet de vie et de mille autres sujets. Et spécial par sa durée enfin, puisque je partage avec vous aujourd'hui 3h d'interview à vous mettre sous la dent, pour faire durer le plaisir tout le mois d'août, et vous faire patienter jusqu'aux prochains épisodes de septembre
durée : 00:06:02 - Ces chansons qui font l'été - par : Bertrand DICALE - Tout l'été, nous parlons chaque jour d'une grande chanson d'amour. Vendredi 4 août, un titre d'amour heureux d'un artiste parfois critiqué pour sa violence verbale à l'égard des femmes.
Et si votre principal critère pour choisir votre lieu de vie n'était plus le paysage, la proximité de vos proches ou le tissu économique, mais la résilience face au changement climatique ? C'est déjà celui de certains Américains, Indiens ou Australiens, parfois guidés par des “classements” des zones du monde qui s'adaptent le mieux à la nouvelle donne environnementale... Éclairage avec Sébastien Julian, du service Sciences de L'Express, et Camille Le Coz, analyste à l'Institut des politiques migratoires.Cet épisode a été diffusé une première fois le 27 septembre 2022.Retrouvez tous les détails de l'épisode ici et inscrivez-vous à notre newsletter.L'équipe :Écriture : Margaux LannuzelPrésentation : Xavier YvonMontage : Ambre RosalaRéalisation : Jules KrotCrédits : Bob DylanMusique et habillage : Emmanuel Herschon / Studio TorrentLogo : Anne-Laure Chapelain / Thibaut ZschieschePour nous écrire : firstname.lastname@example.org Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Sister Violaine Paradis, CND worked as an actress before experiencing a return to God that made her leave everything to enter the Congrégation de Notre-Dame novitiate in August 2009. After her first vows, she pursued studies in pastoral theology and, later, embarked on an integral training centered on human development at the Institut de Formation Humaine et Intégrale de Montréal. In 2017, her Congregation invited her to live a one-year mission and immersion experience in Honduras in one of the CND communities present in the field. For three years, Sister Violaine has been working as a social pastoral worker in the Centre-Sud and Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighborhoods in Montreal. (1:43) O Canada! (6:20) A vocation growing in a non-religious family (8:30) Planting seeds of faith (17:27) A petite Mother Teresa (23:40) The acting bug (27:33) The truth about acting (30:05) A different perspective on incarnation (39:34) Acrobatics (45:17) Troupe-ing around the world (52:29) Listening for the inner voice (1:00:08) Decided (1:02:49) Visitation (1:13:25) World Youth Day Congrégation de Notre-Dame: https://www1.cnd-m.org/en/ Read the transcript here. https://anunslife.org/podcasts/in-good-faith/igf062-violaine-paradis Subscribe to our newsletter https://siste.rs/3isP2CZ Check out lots more podcasts https://siste.rs/2SfnoyS Let us know your thoughts about the podcast! Please take this short survey—your input helps us shape the future In Good Faith podcasts. Click HERE to take the survey. Thank you! Don't forget to call us and leave a message. Tell us what you like, ask a question, or just say hi. Call 913-214-6087.
durée : 00:04:48 - Tubes N' Co - par : Rebecca Manzoni, Ilinca Negulesco - Alors que l'intégrale de Christophe vient de sortir en coffret CD, nous dédions Tubes N'Co à la chanson “Les Paradis Perdus”, parue en 1973 sur son quatrième album. - Christophe : Chanteur, Compositeur, Musicien - réalisé par : Khoï NGUYEN
Ibn al Athiir a dit : « Khadija fut la toute première créature d'Allah à embrasser l'Islam selon le consensus des musulmans. Aucun homme ni aucune femme ne la devança en cela ». Abou Hourayra a rapporté que Djibril est venu voir le prophète (saws) pour lui déclarer : « O Messager d'Allah, Khadija va venir à toi avec un plat de nourriture assaisonnée. Lorsqu'elle sera là, salue-là de la part de Son Seigneur et annonce-lui la bonne nouvelle d'un palais de diamants qui lui sera accordé au Paradis et où il n'y aura ni bruits, ni tourments. » (al boukhari). Source principale, Khadija la mère des croyants (éditions al iman) et le nectar cacheté d'al Moubarakfouri.
Andrea Paradis is a Relationship Coach, NLP Coach, Educator of Effective Communication Strategies, Workshop Leader, Public Speaker, Two times Amazon #1 Best Selling Author, Ordained Minister Video on Spotify / Bitchute / YouTube ==================== Please consider donating so I may continue to create free content https://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/support/ Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts https://bio.link/podcaster ==================== Bio of Andrea Paradis: ANDRÉ PARADIS ~ Educator, Coach, Artist & People Person Andre has been a teacher and educator his whole life. He taught around the world, from Japan to Bangkok and back. In 2006, he started studying Male/Female dynamics purely by accident. His discoveries were so profound that he soon immersed himself in research and the teacher in him “exploded” … teaching to his amazing discoveries. Project Equinox was born out of the need to pass this knowledge on to the world. Andre Paradis Relationship Coach, NLP Coach, Educator of Effective Communication Strategies, Workshop Leader, Public Speaker, Two times Amazon #1 Best Selling Author, Ordained Minister What we Discussed: - How he started his dancing Career - Why he walked away from the Chippendales (14mins) - Should you tell your partner the number of sexual partners (20 mins) - Belittling a man in front of people (28 mins) - Not respecting yourself by sleeping with everyone (34 mins) - Breaking the pattern with Toxic Relationships (44mins) - Studying from the best - The advantages of Jujutsu (1hr 2mins) and more How to Contact Andrea Paradis : https://projectequinox.net/ https://www.instagram.com/projectequinox https://www.facebook.com/andreparadis31 https://www.youtube.com/@ProjectEquinoxwithAndreParadis https://www.tiktok.com/@andre_paradis Free Gift as mentioned andreacoaching1(@)gmail.com =============== Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts + Donations https://bio.link/podcaster Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/speakingpodcast/ Store https://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/store/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/support/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/roy-coughlan/message