In this recap episode you will hear the first parts of four Going Conscious episodes that feature incredible CEOs who are inspiring us all with how they use business for good at scale. We will hear from Jayn is the CEO of Weleda UK and has made it her mission to clean up the beauty industry, eliminate greenwashing and to encourage more social responsibility for what goes on the shelf. You will hear from Caireen who is the business partner of Mary Portas and the CEO of their business consultancy & creative agency, Portas, which specialises in luxury, fashion, design & placemaking. You will hear from Joe, President and CEO of Greyston (they make the brownies in your Ben & Jerry's - 12 million a year!). And you will hear from Lauren, the CEO/Co-Founder of By Sarah London, the natural B corp skincare brand with an inspiring story. Please let me know in a short review which episode, guest or takeaway grabs your attention, and I'll be reading some out as listener shout-outs soon. To listen to the full episodes, search for: #120 Jayn, #119 Caireen, #109 Joe, #115 Lauren Discover show notes, book recommendations and more on www.goingconscious.com. Connect with Nikki: Instagram & LinkedIn @nikkitrott www.consciousaccelerator.com
Martin Glenn was CEO of The FA for four years until 2018, following a career as a senior executive at United Biscuits and PepsiCo, where he famously made Gary Lineker the face of Walkers Crisps. Glenn was offered The FA job by then chairman, and former UP guest, Greg Dyke and his tenure is regarded favourably across football and the journalists who cover it. Revenue increased 40% and the organisation became noticeably more diverse. England teams began performing better; he sacked Sam Allardyce as England manager and replaced him with Gareth Southgate; nearly sold Wembley Stadium to Shahid Khan and was a big supporter of the women's game at all levels.Today Glenn is chair of The Football Foundation, the charity that distributes money from the Premier League, The FA and the UK Government to help fund grassroots football facilities. ReThinking Sport is our series created in collaboration with Portas, the global strategy consultancy dedicated to sport and physical activity. Every episode of ReThinking Sport can be found by searching Unofficial Partner via the big podcast providers, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or via your favourite podcast app. Unofficial Partner is the leading podcast for the business of sport. A mix of entertaining and thought provoking conversations with a who's who of the global industry. To join our community of listeners, sign up to the weekly UP Newsletter and follow us on Twitter @UnffclPrtnr
Não é #tbt, mas remexemos no baú para relembrar uma viagem incrível por Mallorca. A ilha do mediterrâneo que se tornou uma das capitais do esporte outdoor, reunindo grandes nomes do ciclismo e do triathlon.Nesse episódio originalmente publicado em abril de 2021, falamos sobre a maior das Ilhas Baleares, o arquipélago localizado no mediterrâneo, famoso pela agitação social de outra ilha, Ibiza. Mas não é de hoje que Mallorca ocupa o imaginário dos esportistas com suas subidas míticas, como Sa Calobra e Puig Maior.Nesse episódio trazemos o figuraça Thiago Vinhal. Um superatleta, com um super papo. Ele passa boa parte das temporadas treinando na ilha e conta sua evolução ao lado do seu treinador, o dinamarquês Frank Jacobsen. Vinhal também atua como gregário nos training camps em Mallorca organizados pela empresa ASL. Em 2019 ele esteve ao lado da Samira Volpi, uma corredora que recebeu o batismo do triathlon na ilha espanhola. Uma história interessantíssima que ela conta para gente com exclusividade. Fecha o nosso programa Petrus Ragazzano, o mineiro que decidiu ser um facilitador das viagens esportivas. Ele conecta lugares e pessoas com a ASL. Nesse episódio ele fala sobre o Destino Mallorca, mas também sobre a logística que envolve um training camp internacional.Atenção, ouvinte. Portas em automático. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
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The program features music by the artists that made my 2022 so special with appearances in my show and live performances in the Bay Area! It's going to be a fun hour as we reflect on how each artist made us feel! I remember being blown away by Venezuela's Nella at the Bing Studio. No wonder she is Latin Grammy winner! How about the crazy and fun time with Ozomatli at the Guild Theater? Brazil's Marisa Monte showered us with memories as she played music from her classic repertoire and the long-waited new album, Portas. Small Island Big Song beautiful performance at Bing Auditorium reminded us how important it is to take care of our planet and to preserve our culture. Pink Martini's night under the stars with the symphony at Frost Amphitheater was unforgettable! The show ended with their fabulous interpretation of the song "Brazil." There wasn't one person standing in that crowd! How about Lila Downs? OMG! What an honor to interview this amazing woman/artist/activist who has blessed the world with her captivating voice? She can inspire our senses singing about mole and mezcal and we are right there, dancing next to her like there is no tomorrow! Earlier in the year, Brazil's Monobloco had everybody feeling like Rio's Carnaval had just arrived in San Francisco in July! I never thought I would say this, but they played longer than my dance endurance! How about Bomba Estereo? More than two hours of music under the bright night sky in Berkeley prior to performing at the Latin Grammys. They were nominated for Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Alternative Music and Best Alternative Song. They are winners in my book! For the third consecutive year, Michael Franti is my most played artist according to Spotify's Wrapped! As such, my year would not be complete without a live Franti performance! In 2022, he came back to one of my most recommended music venues, the Mountain Winery in Saratoga! It is always one of the most uplifting shows. The man is like Bob Marley - it's impossible not to want to be a better person when you experience the Franti music boost! Aloha! Hawaii came to Stanford! Thanks to Stanford Live, we had the Holo Holo Festival with the headliner, Kolohe Kai! Finally, we got to hear Sergio Mendes who had everybody dancing to "Mais Que Nada" at the fabulous venue, Yoshi's in Oakland. Some of our listeners got to attend the sold out show and guess what? We met the legend! To close out the season, we welcomed Okaidja Afroso to the Bing Auditorium to hear Jaku Humor, a well-grounded story of the beautiful and ancient fishing culture of the coastal Gãdangmé natives of Ghana. His angelic voice will uplift your spirit with the song, Luna. Life Has Been Good - Dirty Heads Enjoy Every Second - Michael Franti Mais Amor - Seu Cuca Sunsets - Ozomatli Blame it on the Waves - Kolohe Kai A Lingua dos Animais - Marisa Monte Ahí - Nella Ka Va'ai Mai Koe - Small Island Big Song Carinito - LIla Downs La Cumbia del Mole - Lila Downs Auld Lang Syne - Pink Martini Samba do Arere - Monobloco Samba da Bencao - Sergio Mendes Luna - Okaidja Afroso Wesley - Bontan Yalele --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/global-ginga/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/global-ginga/support
Igreja Presbiteriana de Anápolis - Central
Mensagem proferida na Igreja Presbiteriana de Anápolis no Culto Tempo de Reflexão do dia 28.12.2022 pelo Rev. Samuel Vieira em Ex. 20.8-10 - Educando de suas portas para dentro - Tema Geral - EDUCANDO FILHOS NO SÉCULO XXI.
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Pastor Juan Feliz Para que aumente y prospere lo que tienes debes activar lo que portas.
Retrospectiva Missão Portas Abertas 2022 Apresentação: Ricardo SantosProdução: Michelle Gomes Entrevistado: Marco Cruz - secretário-geral da Missão Portas Abertas Nesta entrevista Ricardo Santos conversa com Marco Cruz sobre os fatos marcantes da Igreja Perseguida em 2022 e as ações realizadas pela Missão Portas Abertas para auxiliar os cristãos perseguidos em todo o mundo. Durante este ano os fundadores da missão no mundo e no Brasil falecerem, mas o legado do Irmão André e da Irmã Elmira Pasquini continua crescendo e dando frutos. Saiba mais sobre a missão no site: portasabertas.org.br See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Selten hatten wir soviele Kandidaten für einen Folgentitel wie in dieser Sendung. Angefangen bei "Wer ist der größte Motherfucker", "Addanc ante Portas" über "Komm damit klar, dass du tot bist" bis hin zu "Christoph, du hast Alaksa kaputt gemacht". Viele Bonmots haben es in unsere Folge geschafft, in der wir Christian von "Der Terranische Kongress" oder war es "Stardust ruft Terra" begrüssen durften. Ne, halt. Er ist einer der "Weltendiebe". Von dem ist er. So umtriebig wie der Gute ist, so schwierig dürfte es sein ihn einem seiner Formate eindeutig zuzuordnen. Er hat halt viel zu erzählen :) Das machen wir uns zu Nutze und helfem ihm aktiv dabei, sein Tagespensum an Wörtern loszuwerden. Ist ihm auch ganz gut gelungen, denn er bereits im Vorfeld gefragt ob er bei einem der 4 zu besprechenden Romane die Inhaltsangabe machen könne. Und wer sind wir, einem Gast diesen Wunsch ausschlagen zu können.
We all need to do our bit to create a better future than the **** show we've got right now. Let's make a commitment to be that bit more conscious, think about how we live, buy, who we bank with, work and vote for. Even the smallest changes knit together to create a greater whole. In this episode of Beautiful Misfits, I'm talking to the wonderful Thomasina Miers. After winning Masterchef, Tommi co-founded Wahaca – the chain of Mexican restaurants that had sustainability baked in from the beginning. They've been carbon neutral since 2016 and are forging a new path on how food can be good for planet – and people. In addition to all that, Tommi is a passionate campaigner around all things food. From working to get chefs into schools to create truly nutritious food for children, to campaigning to fix our broken food system – she's passionate about it all – because bad food is literally killing us and the planet. She's tireless, inspiring and I loved talking to her. Let's take Tommi's ideas for a better world and run. TW: This episode contains references to mental illness and suicide. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
This year's Commonwealth Games in Birmingham was the biggest and costliest sports event held in the UK since the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Birmingham 2022 was the largest Commonwealth Games ever held, with 72 participating nations and over 1.3 million tickets sold. It was also the first to have more events for women than men and the first integrated event, with the para competition held at the same time. Alongside the Games, a cultural festival ran across the West Midlands, as well as a number of trade events and a Games specific esports event. It marked the last time that the Games were held under Queen Elizabeth II prior to her death on 8 September this year, which was exactly one month after the conclusion of the Games. According to UK government figures, the cost of the 11 day event was £778 million, split between the central and local government in the form of Birmingham City Council, with the former paying three quarters (UK£594 million) of the total funding.So, what is the Commonwealth Games for? What does its sporting programme say about how international federations view the job of attracting new audiences? How vibrant is the sponsorship and media rights market around the event and beyond the ticket buying audience, who is watching?To help answer these questions is the person in charge, Kate Sadleir, Commonwealth Games Federation CEO, who took over the organisation in November 2021, the first woman to hold that post. A former Olympic and Commonwealth Games athlete, Sadleir held several senior sports roles within her native New Zealand before spending five years at World Rugby, where she was head of the women's game. This is episode 18 of ReThinking Sport, our series created in collaboration with Portas, the global strategy consultancy dedicated to sport and physical activity. The other voice you'll hear on the podcast is Peter Whight of Portas, who worked on secondment in the run up and through the Games. Unofficial Partner is the leading podcast for the business of sport. A mix of entertaining and thought provoking conversations with a who's who of the global industry. To join our community of listeners, sign up to the weekly UP Newsletter and follow us on Twitter @UnffclPrtnr
Caireen is the business partner of Mary Portas and the CEO of their business consultancy & creative agency, Portas, which specialises in luxury, fashion, design & placemaking. Together they have advised the government, created Mary's No 1 rated business podcast, published five books, and set up twenty-six Mary's Living & Giving charity shops. In this episode we talk about how to free up your mentality around being a mother and a CEO, how to work like a woman, how to find your people, beyond the alpha codes and why more businesses are awakening. And, we reflect on the end of the year. Discover all episodes and more on www.goingconscious.com. Connect with Caireen:@PortasAgencywww.weareportas.com“We Are Portas” newsletter Connect with Nikki:Instagram & LinkedIn @nikkitrott www.consciousaccelerator.com
Frühgebet & Predigten - CBG München
| Culto da Família em 11.12.2022 | Eli Parreira é pastor na igreja Verbo da Vida Bauru Vila Flores
As a fifth-generation baker from the esteemed Hobbs House Bakery family, Tom Herbert grew up with yeast in his in his genes and a ready-made career to fall into. But after a series of events including a visit to refugee camps in Calais, Tom realised he couldn't just take the easy path, and felt an urgent need to contribute to something more purposeful. He founded The Long Table in Stroud – a project which I love and have eaten at many times myself – that looks at tackling all aspects of food inequality, starting with community dining. Tom is a believer that simple solutions, community spirit, and kindness can change the world. I'll raise my baguette to that! To support The Long Table visit https://www.thelongtableonline.com/donate Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: email@example.com and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
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Igreja Missionária Evangélica Maranata
Portas abertas - Pr. Arthur Botelho by Igreja Missionária Evangélica Maranata de Campo GrandePara conhecer mais sobre a Maranata: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/imemaranata/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/imemaranataSite: https://www.igrejamaranata.com.br/Canal do youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa1jcJx-DIDqu_gknjlWOrQDeus te abençoe
Success isn't always a straight line. Trinny Woodall burst onto our TV screens on What Not To Wear alongside Susannah Constantine in the noughties. Twenty years on she's got a million Instagram followers and a beauty business – Trinny London – that turns over something like £50 million a year. Those are the headlines. But there is so much more than that. Because while Trinny has gone through the highs of public success, she's also experienced the lows of addiction in her twenties, complex bereavement, and a failed dotcom business – with everything in between. And after all of that, she took the leap into the beauty business after decades in fashion aged 53. It took a long time for us to meet. And I'm not sure why we didn't before. But I'm so glad we finally got the chance to because Trinny is a soulful woman. Join us on today's episode as we talk about fashion, family and whether to lean into a male-dominated business world. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
Se você tivesse apenas 1 minuto para falar sobre si, como seria? Saber se comunicar e acima de tudo passar segurança e confiança nessa fala muda o jogo! Saber falar sobre suas habilidades e seu potencial abre muitas portas e nesse episódio eu quero te ajudar a vencer timidez, insegurança e medo, pra você conquistar mais autoconfiança pra bater no peito e gritar pro mundo quem você é! Clica aqui pra entrar na lista de espera do meu curso ‘Liberdade de Ser' e comece agora a jornada de descoberta: https://bit.ly/liberdadedeser1
Imagine your daughter being so scared for your safety that she fainted when you took too long popping out for a pint of milk? This is what happened to Gina Miller, the woman who took the government to court in the midst of the Brexit furore. She wasn't trying to stop Brexit. She was fighting for our democracy. But she was so abused and threatened for standing up to the system that she feared for her – and her children's – safety. In this episode of Beautiful Misfits I talk to Gina about her extraordinary story. Her life has been one of many challenges – from a serious sexual assault when she was a teenager to fighting for her daughter who was born with significant extra needs – and yet she is still hopeful. And Gina believes we all have a choice: to give in to all the negatives, or believe in our collective power to create a better future. So now she's launched a political party to campaign for it. She's inspirational. I hope you enjoy. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: email@example.com and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
Witchy Bites: once bitten, twice witch
Whelp, we're a little late this month, but we have two topics that are both near and dear to our hearts. Hanny is covering the history and magic of bells. Liz is covering echidnas, both science-y and witchy! We would love to hear how you use both of these in your practice!Bell References:https://witchcraftandwitches.com/witchcraft/terms-bell/https://otherworldlyoracle.com/witches-bells/https://spells8.com/witches-bells/https://spellswiccanstore.com/witch-bell-the-essential-guide-for-using-bells-in-witchcraft/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bellhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_metalhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bronzehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vairocanahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campanologyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BellfoundingThe Elements Encyclopedia of Witch Craft by Judoka IllesEchidna References:Rock engraving of an echidna - The Australian Museum The Echidna and the Shade Tree movie - YouTubeAugee, M., Gooden, B., & Musser, A. (2006). Echidna : extraordinary egg-laying mammal. Collingwood: CSIRO.King, S. A. (2007). Animal Dreaming: the sybolic & spiritual lanague of the Australasian animals. Glen Waverley: Blue Angel Publishing.Nicol, S., & Andersen, N. (2002). The timing of hibernation in Tasmanian echidnas: why do they do it when they do? Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 131(4), 603-611.Reed, A. (1993). Aboriginal myths, legends & fables. Frenchs Forest: Reed New Holland.Rismiller, P. (1999). The echidna : Australia's enigma. Hugh Lauter Levin Associates.Roberts, K., & Hughes, B. (2022). Wild Wisdom Australia: guidebook. Glen Waverly : Blue Angel Publishing.Van Dyck, S., Gynther, I., & Baker, A. (2013). Field compantion to the mammals of Australia. Sydney: New Holland Publishers.Vogelnest, L., & Portas, T. (2019). Current therapy in medicine of Australian Mammals. Clayton South: CSIRO.Watts, D. (2002). Tasmanian Mammals: a field guild. Kettering: Peregine Press. Witch Bites Socials: Facebook - Witchy Bites Podcast Instagram: Witchy Bites (@witchy.bites) Opening/Closing song Indie Folk (King Around Here) | Royalty Free Music - Pixabay
Igreja Presbiteriana de Anápolis - Central
Mensagem proferida na Igreja Presbiteriana de Anápolis no culto noturno do dia 20.11.2022 pelo Rev. José Carlos Potenciano em Mateus 7.13-14 - Portas e caminhos.
I'm in my 60s. Florence Given is in her 20s. But we came together to chat everything from body image to the new kind of protest movements unfolding on social media. And what I realised is that so many of the issues that older women have faced are still being negotiated by younger women today. The good news though is that they're getting vocal about them. Florence is an illustrator, artist and author, who's also got a huge following on social media. And she's loved by Gen Z women - and older ones too - for her willingness to talk about everything from feminism and sex to her own sexuality and how young women – and men – navigate relationships today. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
Fear is a big one isn't it? The fear of failure. The fear of stepping out of our lane and getting flattened. But in today's episode of Beautiful Misfits, I talk to Dr Sharon Blackie about why confronting our fears is one of the vital keys to unlocking change in ourselves and the world around us. She did this. She was so afraid of flying - and failing in a big corporate life - that she took the radical step of training a pilot. Today Sharon is an author and teacher whose work centres on how to bring back balance into a world that's gone so off course in many ways. And the ancient wisdom found in the stories of our past that provide the answers we need for the future. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: email@example.com and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
On this week's Beautiful Misfits, I'm joined by the general manager UK at Ankorstore. Tarun Gidoomal and I share a belief in the vitality of the relationships at the heart of retail - shops are about emotion, not just buying and selling. I learned about the value of local shops after my mother died. As a teenager, feeling completely lost without her, I'd get off the school bus each day wondering what I was going to cook my dad and brother that night. But it was the local butcher and grocer who helped me work it out, saved me bits, offered me kindness. They were a light in a very dark time. Tarun, like me, has experienced loss in his life and has come to understand that what tests us most can also help us grow. Join us on today's episode of Beautiful Misfits as we chat loss, moving past the behaviours that protected us in pain but no longer serve us, and the power of shops to create beautiful business for beautiful living. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
When they retire, some professional footballers train to become coaches, and a few rise to become the team manager or director of football.But very, very few players do what Maheta Molango has done, and cross the divide between the playing side and the C-suite, to become the CEO of a top club. It's a massive Church and State divide, a journey that reveals much about the person who is now in charge of the PFA, The Professional Footballers' Association, the union for all current and former footballers in the Premier League, the FA Women's Super League and the English Football Leagues.Molango passed his law degree during a playing career in Spanish and English football, going on to specialise in employment and sports law. In 2015 he was seconded to Atlético Madrid where he served as legal counsel, focused on contract and transfer negotiations and the following year was appointed the Chief Executive of RCD Mallorca after the takeover by former NBA star Steve Nash and Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver. His four years at RCD Mallorca saw the club achieve back-to-back promotions in to La Liga.Molango became Director of FIFA's Diploma in Club management programme, where he helps train executives, with speakers ranging from Arsène Wenger to Fabio Cannavaro.So this podcast is about the role of the players in the football business conversation. We discuss Molango's change agenda for the PFA, the launch of a new Business School and the broader questions on the relationship between those who run the game and the men and women who play it. This is an episode of ReThinking Sport, our series created in collaboration with Portas, the global strategy consultancy dedicated to sport and physical activity. My co-host for the podcast is Adam Paker, partner at Portas who was formerly Director of FIFA Marketing, delivering on the commercial rights of two FIFA World Cups, and Chief Executive of two British national sport federations, Commonwealth Games England and Swim England.For our weekly analysis of the sports business, subscribe to the Unofficial Partner newsletter that goes direct to the inbox of thousands of people across sport every Thursday. Go to UnofficialPartner.com for details.
This week's Beautiful Misfits guest is Ione Gamble. I absolutely loved talking to this intelligent, questioning, energetic and – crucially – hopeful young woman. Ione is a writer, editor, art director and founder of Polyester Zine. She is also, in her own words, a ‘gross girl'. Diagnosed weeks after her birthday with Chrohn's disease – a debilitating inflammatory bowel disease – Ione's young adult life has been shaped by illness, and hospital wards.S he channels all this into her work as she questions many of the stories still being told to us as women - particularly about physical beauty. Because despite all the body positivity, beauty is all too often still slim, white and able bodied. But how many of us feel we actually fit these archetypes? Ione joins me to talk about all of this - plus the the world of fashion, social media and how ‘good taste' is often just about propping up the existing power structures. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: email@example.com and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
A Igreja, qual uma semente de mostarda, a menor das hortaliças, tornou-se com milagrosa fecundidade uma árvore imensa, na qual se reúnem hoje, como em sua casa comum, homens de todas as raças e nações. E a sua grandeza, que só pode ter a Deus como autor, é testemunho perpétuo de que nem nós, tão pequenos, podemos fazer nada para consertá-la nem o diabo e a sua descendência têm poder para destruí-la. Aos fiéis, esperando contra toda esperança, cabe confiar a Deus o cuidado de sua obra, enquanto fazemos o nosso dever, que é manter-nos sob os ramos desta árvore, alimentando-nos de seus frutos de santidade. Assista à homilia do Padre Paulo Ricardo para esta terça-feira, dia 25 de outubro, e renovemos hoje a fé em que nada nem ninguém poderá prevalecer contra a Santa Igreja Católica.
Nesta mensagem, Raline Ribeiro nos mostrou a história de José, mostrando que, apesar das adversidades e circunstâncias que se levantaram, ele estava na rota profética de Deus. Ele não deixou de ser quem de fato era por conta dos desafios, mas demonstrou através da sua vida a presença de Deus, e as pessoas reconheciam isto. Foi diante das dificuldades que as portas divinas foram abertas para José. Assim como ele, estamos diante de uma estação de portas divinas, de oportunidades para vivermos algo extraordinário. Ouça e seja edificado!
From fashion to interiors and retail, Jasper Conran has tapped into his creativity across a range of disciplines to build a glittering career. But his journey to get there has taken many stages of transformation and resistance. We talk about the legacy of coming from a family that ‘has it all', the loneliness of his childhood, the eating disorder and self-esteem problems Jasper suffered as a teenager – and how he had to carve out his own path by defying expectations of his father (Sir Terence Conran), of himself, and of the industry. He's a gentle soul, wonderfully funny and, after knowing him for many years, I loved sitting down with him to talk. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
Imagine a world in which we had true gender equality, a world in which women and girls could unleash all their power and come together with boys and men to create something new. Jude Kelly founded the Women of the World festival in 2010 to focus on just that – to celebrate the achievements of women and confront global gender injustice. She is also a storyteller, and prior to WoW built a decorated career as a theatre director and producer. Today she mentors, campaigns, and her work has left a huge impact on me personally. At the heart of it all – of course – is a very human story of a woman deeply connected to her creative feminine power, making her way in a world that doesn't always make that easy. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: email@example.com and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
Candice Brathwaite shares my belief in consciousness, soul, spirituality – the innate power that exists inside us all. She's used it to overcome personal struggles, and to manifest her ideas into reality. All despite the world trying to silence her. Now a best-selling author of titles such as Sista Sister and Cuts Both Ways, and an influential voice sharing her story of black motherhood – Candice has battled through racism, beauty standards, and colourism. She's also received public backlash when she's broached taboos or fought for those made to feel "other" by society. But she approaches it all – the fun, the light, the complex and challenging – with positivity and joy. And this is because she realised she had "the key" to transformation inside herself all along. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
How do you feel about failure? For many of us, it's one of the scariest places we can go. But the legendary founder of Pret A Manger and Itsu embraces it. We're too scared of failure, says Julian Metcalfe. We must use it as an opportunity to learn. In a new episode of Beautiful Misfits, I talk to Julian about everything from the power of empathy to the pursuit of excellence. He talks movingly about the impact of the death of his mother and how striving for excellence inspires him. We need more leaders like him. There's a shift coming, the world is changing and Beautiful Misfits like Julian can guide us. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: email@example.com and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
Lemn Sissay is a poet, a thinker, a rebel. His mother thought she was putting him into temporary foster care as a baby. But he was swallowed up by the system. Then aged 12, he was sent back into it when his adoptive parents kicked him out. Lemn grew up alone in so many ways. But alongside this pain there was beauty and light in the form of creativity. Lemn has built an impressive career, but more importantly, he's a truly soulful man. This conversation hit me powerfully – and Lemn is a true Beautiful Misfit. As he says, the question anyone who identifies as “unique” should ask is, “do you give yourself the permission to explore that?” Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
My guest this week has been called “the most influential woman in fashion”. We both met starting out at Topshop in our 20s, before Jane Shepherdson went on to put Topshop at the beating heart of cultural relevance in a way no other high street brand had been before. But then – to the surprise of the outside world – she walked away from it all. To me, Jane is a beautiful misfit because we share something very important – she was not driven by money, or growth, but instead by creative instinct. As fast fashion grew, and the internal culture of the company under Philip Green became too much to bear – Jane needed to find distance from the machine she now saw as a monster, and sought out a new way to channel her creative energy. She explains the anger she felt at having to let go of her “baby”, the protection she had to put around her team, and why she's dedicated her career ever since, to doing fashion differently. Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: email@example.com and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
"Estamos en un momento de violencia no tan simbólica, sino que ahora se transforma en acciones directas de forma física. Hay una polarización de ciertos sectores y distorsiones de la realidad, hay una gran cantidad de personas que piensan que el otro es derechamente un enemigo y que se debe derrotar", dice Patricio Saavedra, académico de la Universidad de O'Higgins. Conduce Jorge Lira.
En una nueva edición de Mesa Central, Iván Valenzuela junto a Patricio Fernández, Josefina Araos y Kike Mujica, analizaron el proceso constituyente de cara al plebiscito del 4 de septiembre. Bajo este contexto, ahondaron en la desconfianza que ha surgido a partir de él.
Emma Jones CBE knows the journey of entrepreneurship first hand – she founded, scaled and successfully sold a home-grown tech company, all before she hit thirty. Ever since she's been on a mission to help other SME's reach their own visions of success. Now running Enterprise Nation – and as a partner of Mastercard's Strive UK platform – she sits at the helm of a vibrant community of small businesses and business advisers that exists to shortcut the route to trusted business support. Speaking with Mary, Emma explains why 'purpose' and 'passion' are crucial factors for anyone looking to start a company that is resilient and can continue to connect with customers through tough times. She also shares tips on how entrepreneurs can stay better connected and share skills in the new landscape of remote and blended working. For more on how Mastercard's Strive UK could help your business, visit www.mastercard.co.uk/strive Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
En una nueva edición de Mesa Central, Iván Valenzuela conversó con María José Naudon, Alfredo Joignant y Kike Mujica sobre la muerte del ex jefe de Estado de la Unión Soviética, Mijaíl Gorbachov. Además, profundizaron en el panorama político en Chile previo al plebiscito del 4 de septiembre.
Kelly Devine believes that micro and small businesses are the lifeblood of the UK economy. As part of the team behind Strive UK – an initiative set up by Mastercard as a free resource for small business owners across the country – Kelly is working to help these businesses to navigate the digital economy, build relationships and communities, and ultimately realise their growth ambitions. Alongside Mary, she discusses the huge potential of the sector, and why these entrepreneurs are the changemakers of the future. For more on how Strive UK could help your business, visit www.mastercard.co.uk/strive Follow Mary Portas on: Instagram: @maryportasofficial Facebook: Mary Portas And to get in touch with team Portas, email us at: email@example.com and you can subscribe to the Portas POV Newsletter for musings, provocation insights and inspiration.
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This is an episode of ReThinking Sport, our series created in collaboration with Portas, the global strategy consultancy dedicated to sport and physical activity. Our guests are Dawn Airey, who chairs the Barclays FA Women's Super League and Championship board and Elise Kossaifi, head of the women and sport practice at Portas. The conversation was recorded a few days after England's Lionesses beat Germany at Wembley to win the UEFA Women's Euros. So the topic is, what now? How can the WSL capitalise on this moment? What's The FA's commercial plan for the league, where is the money going to come from and what are the opportunities and threats that lie ahead?Dawn Airey has had one of the most high profile careers in British and European media, running or holding very senior positions at some of the biggest broadcasters including Channel 4, Channel 5, ITV, Sky, Yahoo and Getty Images. This episode refers to others in the Portas series in which we've talked to the biggest decision makers in women's football including The FA's Mark Bullingham, Baroness Sue Campbell and Kelly Simmons. You can also hear Emi Aluko, the sporting director of Angel City and Maggie Murphy, chief executive of Lewes FC. The inaugural Unofficial Partner Live event takes place on Wednesday 21st September at The Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal Football Club. Tickets have just gone on sale and you can buy them via THIS LINK.You'll find more detail about the content and format for the evening and keep up to date with guest announcements via the Unofficial Partner Newsletter that goes direct to the inbox of thousands of people across sport, every Thursday. Sign up via UnofficialPartner.com
En una nueva edición de Mesa Central, Carolina Urrejola conversó con Natalia González, Alfredo Joignant y Kike Mujica, sobre el actuar del Gobierno y el escenario electoral previo al plebiscito de salida. Además, ahondaron sobre el proyecto para que el Presidente firme, en caso de ganar el Rechazo, una reforma constitucional para continuar con el proceso y llegar a una nueva Constitución.
BlockDrops com Maurício Magaldi
Drop 1: Chainalysis e Governos https://blog.chainalysis.com/reports/chainalysis-government-solutions-announcement/ Drop 2: B3i baixa as portas https://www.ledgerinsights.com/major-insurers-pull-the-plug-on-b3i-insurance-blockchain-consortium/ Drop 3: Chainproof Seguro em DeFi https://quantstamp.com/blog/chainproof .. Reino Unido vai testar emissão de títulos em Blockchain https://www.ledgerinsights.com/uk-blockchain-dlt-government-bond/ BNY Mellon e Goldman Sachs liquidam primeiro lote de transações de títulos on-chain https://www.hqla-x.com/post/bny-mellon-and-goldman-sachs-settle-first-hqla-agency-securities-lending-transactions Nubank: 1M de clientes cripto em 3 semanas https://neofeed.com.br/blog/home/exclusivo-nubank-atinge-1-milhao-de-clientes-em-cripto-em-tres-semanas/ Senadores dos EUA apresentam projeto de lei para isenção de imposto em micro transações com crypto https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/07/26/us-senators-push-bill-to-make-small-crypto-transactions-tax-free/ Dubai lança comitê de tecnologias do future e economias digitais https://www.arabianbusiness.com/industries/technology/dubai-crown-prince-to-lead-new-committee-on-metaverse-digital-economy Loja física da Solana vai abrir em NY https://www.asiamarkets.com/solana-crypto-store-opening-in-new-york/ Bitso vai facilitar pagamento de mensalidades na Universidade Utel https://www.crypto-reporter.com/press-releases/bitso-utel-34403/ Ethereum confirma Merge na última testnet, Goerli dia 4/Ago https://blog.ethereum.org/2022/07/27/goerli-prater-merge-announcement/ Banco Santander vai oferefcer criptos a seus clientes no BR https://cryptonews.com/news/banking-giant-santander-is-set-to-offer-crypto-trading-to-brazilians-as-crypto-is-here-to-stay.htm Chris Dixon no board da OpenSea https://opensea.io/blog/announcements/welcoming-chris-dixon-to-our-board-of-directors/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blockdropspodcast/message