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TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 21.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 41:09


Podcast 21.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

Wealth,  Yoga , Wine
Quantum Leaps and Your Unseen Forces

Wealth, Yoga , Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 10:43


Quantum Leaps and Your Unseen Forces  Those are mysterious ideas for most of us.  They lead to dramatic results in our lives as we all have under utilzed  innate gifts: imagination, perception, memory, reason, intuition and will. Imagination is what gets our juices flowing and it is the most powerful? Why? Because all things man/ woman create begin with a thought.  I challenge you to begin your foray into ALLOWING  Quantum leaps, dramatic results into your life by using your imagination and listen, slow down and pay attention to your Intuition…   COMMERCIAL BREAK Baseball Bloopers.  HILARIOUS  https://youtu.be/TX-_SgtAiZc   Price Pritchett tells us to take POSITIVE ACTION Positive thoughts are certainly important but it's the ACTION that brings the dramatic RESULT. https://www.pritchettnet.com/ Another easy action STEP:  GIVE $  - tithe - if it's financial  GIVE money and if its TIME related - volunteer if you need new experiences.  Mary's tells a story about being broke and worried about money in her new “ ministry and teaching career”. She was asking God, the universe , the higher power what else she could do to become more financially stable. The answer was TITHE (she found a penny on the beach..). So she stopped by a charity on her way home and donated a dollar. ( she had only $3!) Returns home and husband had an $80 window washing job he just completed.Yes its woowoo to some of you but I have experienced this numerous times.. Kundalini Yoga- kriya for adversity, anger management, balancing all the life elements and our surroundings ( this one not appropriate for kids) https://youtu.be/p32yp8jyHBg Meditation almost anywhere! Made in Meditation www.madeinmeditation.org WINE West Palm Wines Tampa info@westpalmwines.com Kate Hardy Events Coordinator 813.241.8587 West Palm Wines is proud to present Ceretto Wines! The wines will be presented by Mattia Pagliasso, Export Manager The Ceretto tasting is September 26th from 6:30 pm-8:00pm.  The cost is $50 per person inclusive of tax. Seating is limited to 25 seats.  The Ceretto winery was founded in the 1930s: Riccardo Ceretto, who did not own any vineyards, produced wine from grapes he purchased. The turning point came when his sons Bruno and Marcello joined the business, with their innovative thinking for the time: the importance of the soil. Though this seems obvious today, memories of the poverty of rural life in the Langhe region - described so well by Beppe Fenoglio in his novel “La Malora” (“Ruin”) - were still fresh, and Riccardo was reluctant to invest in purchasing land. But Bruno and Marcello had the vineyards of Burgundy in mind, which had been producing excellent wines for over a century thanks to a model that considered the characteristics of each vineyard - the French word cru is still used today. In the 1960s, Bruno and Marcello started mapping out the land that produced the best wines, and buying the vineyards. They would never leave the region again: 2020 was Marcello's sixtieth grape harvest . My Favorite Things section  Save your spot on Mary's upcoming, online Abundance Masterclass encore presentation here https://lifemasteryinstitute.com/go/aff.php?p=vahail&w=AFF_PRM_8SS_ENC www.dolphinlandings.com WELLNESS Every fourth WEDNESDAY  https://www.sootheoursouls.org www.madeinmeditation.org My kundalini yoga teacher: https://www.instagram.com/tv/Cb-xDCtFT1o/?utm_medium=copy_link The gurus of Instagram  https://www.socialboom.me/a/2147501780/YB3tncKM @valeriehail56 www.chezvalerie.us I am available for a free discovery call.  My services a re fee based on a sliding scale  

Actually
L'innovazione per creare la scuola del futuro - con Riccardo Donadon

Actually

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:53


In questo nuovo episodio, Alessandro e Riccardo parlano della recente donazione di Patagonia a una a un'associazione no profit creata con l'obiettivo di investire parte dei profitti dell'azienda lotta al cambiamento climatico.Nella Big Story, insieme a Riccardo Donadon, founder di HFarm, parliamo di innovazione nel settore scolastico e delle sfide per creare la scuola del futuroAscolta il videopodcast di Will con le interviste ai principali candidati delle prossime elezioni: https://shor.by/jOHJFai il test per scoprire chi votare il 25 Settembre: https://shor.by/MaChiVoto_podcastSegui il canale Telegram di Will per ricevere ogni sera tre notizie del giorno: https://shor.by/PRu5

Podcast - Radio Bianconera
"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

Podcast - Radio Bianconera

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 100:55


"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 20.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 32:06


Podcast 20.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

Small Talk With...
Riccardo Suardi - Nibol - CEO & Founder

Small Talk With...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 12:28


In questo episodio del nostro podcast abbiamo parlato con Riccardo Suardi dell'importanza dell'organizzazione degli spazi nel mondo del lavoro.

Avanti Madama - Radio Bianconera
"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

Avanti Madama - Radio Bianconera

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 100:55


"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 19.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 33:10


TeleRadioStereo 92.7 Una radio una squadra

Opinionated Monday
63. w gli haters ft. Riccardo Cotumaccio

Opinionated Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 43:32


Durante la puntata di oggi con Riccardo Cotumaccio, ci siamo rese conto che combattere l'odio con l'odio è come andare a sbattere contro un muro di gomma, continuerai a rimbalzare, senza cambiare nulla. Per saperne di più trovate il libro "W Gli Haters" è disponibile in tutte le librerie, oppure online attraverso la casa editrice @bibliothekaedizioni ⚡ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/opinionated-monday/message

Storia d'Italia
L'ultimo esercito dei Romani (620-624), ep. 120

Storia d'Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 60:11


Dopo anni di prudente, a tratti disperata ritirata di fronte al nemico, è infine giunta l'ora per Eraclio di portare la guerra nel campo del nemico, di andare incontro al suo destino, comandando in battaglia l'ultimo esercito dei Romani.------Ti piace il podcast? Sostienilo, accedendo all'episodio premium, al canale su telegram, alla citazione nel podcast, alle première degli episodi e molto altro ancora:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/italiastoria Tipeee: https://it.tipeee.com/storia-ditaliaPer una donazione: https://italiastoria.com/---►Informazioni sul mio libro "Per un pugno di barbari":https://italiastoria.com/libro/►Trascrizioni episodi, mappe, recensioni, genealogie:https://italiastoria.com/►FacebookPagina: https://www.facebook.com/italiastoriaGruppo: https://www.facebook.com/groups/italiastoria►Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/italiastoria/►Twitterhttps://twitter.com/ItaliaStoria►YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzPIENUr6-S0UMJzREn9U5Q►Canale Discord:https://discord.gg/cyjbMJe3Qk►Contattami per commenti, idee e proposte di collaborazione: info@italiastoria.com---Musiche di Riccardo Santatohttps://www.youtube.com/user/sanric77---Livello Giuseppe Verdi: Massimiliano PastoreLivello Dante Alighieri: Musu Meci, Manuel Marchio, Mauro, Marco il Nero, Massimo Ciampiconi, Mike Lombardi, David l'Apostata.Livello Leonardo da Vinci: Paolo, Pablo, Simone, i due Jacopo, Riccardo, Frazemo, Enrico, Alberto, Davide, Andrea Vovola e D'agostini, Settimio, Giovanni, Cesare, Francesco Favazza e Cateni, Jerome, Diego, Alanchik, Flavio, Edoardo Vaquer e De Natale, Stefano, Luca, Arianna, Mariateresa, John, Fasdev, Norman, Claudio, Marko, Barbaking, Alfredo, Manuel, Lorenzo, Corrado e Piernicola. Livello Galileo Galilei: Davide, Francesco, Jacopo T., Riccardo, Stefano, Roger, Anna, Pierangelo, Luigi, Antonio, Giulia, Ezra, Andrea, Paola, Daniele, Mariano, Francesca, Gabriella, Alessio, Giovanni, Alessandro, Valerio, Angelo, Alberto, Viviana, Riccardo, Giorgio, Francesco G., Francesco B., Emanuele, Giacomo, Francesco M, Giacomo, Martina, Yuri, Lorenzo, Jamie, Gianluca, Danilo, Echtelion, Matteo, Valerio P., Guglielmo, Michele, Massimo, Tommaso J, e Francesco C., Stefano, Giulio S., Davide P., Elisabetta C., Don Fabrizio, Massimo S., Luca F, Luca M., Dario P, Venus Schiavonia, Annalaura B., Marcus Walker, Michael Kain, Nicola De Gasperi, Pietro Sancassani, Andrea Silimbani, Anna, Marco M., Danilo R., Luca B., Paola C., Francesco C., Stefano S., Nicola L., Enrico C., Andrea F., Remo A., PortaKiTeppare, Lapo S., Mauro, Paolo G., Gaetano R., Matteo D., Lorenzino, Gabriele B.. Grazie anche a tutti i miei sostenitori al livello Marco Polo!---Musiche di Riccardo Santato

TOMorrow - der Business & Style Podcast
Die Zukunft des Fernsehens – mit Riccardo Basile, Sky-Moderator

TOMorrow - der Business & Style Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 81:57


Er ist Deutschlands coolster Sportmoderator, der absolute Jetsetter im Business. Ob Fußball-Bundesliga, Champions League oder Formel-1-Rennen von Bahrain bis Miami: Riccardo Basile ist immer live dabei. 2017 startete er seine Karriere beim Pay-TV-Sender Sky. Erst Shootingstar, mittlerweile ist er sein eigener Brand. Riccardo ist nicht nur Moderator, sondern auch Founder und Investor. Der 30-Jährige hat eine Fashion-Company gegründet und ist an einer Sicherheitsfirma beteiligt. Spannend natürlich in Zeiten wie diesen, wo Superstars immer gefährlicher leben. So wurde Bayern-Star Thomas Müller gerade zu Hause ausgeraubt, in Barcelona bedrohten bewaffnete Räuber Stürmer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang und dessen Familie in seiner Villa, Torjäger Robert Lewandowski wurde in seiner neuen spanischen Heimat auf offener Straße überfallen. Ich habe Riccardo jetzt in München getroffen und ins Podcast-Studio im “Herrschaftszeiten“ im Paulaner im Tal eingeladen. In TOMorrow spricht er über sein Business und wie fundamental es sich gerade verändert. Die Transformation der Medien und die Zukunft des Fernsehens. Wie lange es das klassische TV denn überhaupt noch gibt – und was Fußballer von Formel-1-Fahrern lernen können. Dazu: Seine Karriere-Strategie. Sein Style. Die Liebe zu Luxury Watches. Und: Warum er das komplette letzte Jahr im Hotel gelebt hat und sich erst jetzt wieder eine eigene Wohnung nimmt. Das alles hier in TOMorrow. Also, Anpfiff! Viel Spaß mit Mister Best Dressed in Business, viel Spaß mit Sky-Star Riccardo Basile. Tomorrow ist Partner von Cupra.

lo spaghettino
tv/italian dream

lo spaghettino

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 6:13


Fidanzato con la O Le due clip sono tratte dalla puntata di “Bake off Italia” dedicata ai dolci americani e andata in onda su Real Time sabato 17 settembre 2022 all rights reserved.Nella foto, Riccardo, uno degli aspiranti pasticceri, con alle spalle la sua torta

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 16.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 32:09


Podcast 16.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

Drivetime - Big Q&A
2022-09-16 - Is their Danger in the End Time Religious World? - Pr Riccardo & Pr Fabiano

Drivetime - Big Q&A

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 56:54


CSO Audio Program Notes
CSO Program Notes: Muti Conducts Mozart & Prokofiev

CSO Audio Program Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 10:14


The 2022/23 season will mark 70 years since Sergei Prokofiev's death. Riccardo Muti conducts Prokofiev's Fifth Symphony, composed in 1944, which ranks among his greatest achievements. Mozart's Symphony No. 39 has grandeur and intensity that foreshadows the mature symphonies of Beethoven. The overture to Rossini's Journey to Reims gathers several of the composer's buoyant and picturesque themes. Ticket holders are invited to a free preconcert conversation featuring Daniel Schlosberg in Orchestra Hall 75 minutes before the performance. The conversation will last approximately 30 minutes. No additional tickets required. Learn more: cso.org/performances/22-23/cso-classical/muti-conducts-mozart-and-prokofiev

Podcast - TMW Radio
Rubrica di approfondimento sportivo a cura di Vincenzo Marangio Ospiti: Lorenzo Di Benedetto, Riccardo Caponetti, Tommaso Loreto, Alain Valnegri

Podcast - TMW Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 62:44


Rubrica di approfondimento sportivo a cura di Vincenzo Marangio Ospiti: Lorenzo Di Benedetto, Riccardo Caponetti, Tommaso Loreto, Alain Valnegri

CSO Audio Program Notes
CSO Program Notes: Muti & Bronfman

CSO Audio Program Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 16:38


A new season begins as dazzling pianist Yefim Bronfman joins Riccardo Muti and the CSO in Brahms' unabashedly vigorous and stirring First Piano Concerto. Tchaikovsky's joyful Second Symphony quotes folk melodies from Ukraine. The program opens with the U.S. premiere of a long-lost and recently discovered score by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, a British composer of African descent. Ticket holders are invited to a free preconcert conversation featuring Johann Buis in Orchestra Hall 75 minutes before the performance. The conversation will last approximately 30 minutes. No additional tickets required. Learn more: cso.org/performances/22-23/cso-classical/muti-and-bronfman

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 15.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 29:40


TeleRadioStereo 92.7 Una radio una squadra

POLI.RADIO
Interivsta x UN'ESTATE A QUATTRO MANI

POLI.RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 23:03


Abbiamo intervistato Riccardo, Martina e Francesca che ci hanno parlato di questo fantastico progetto chiamato "Un'estate a quattro mani", una serie di racconti scritti in coppia che verranno presentati in tutta Italia, in particolare a Milano il 18 settembre 2022. Se volete saperne di più, premete play!

Don't Give Up Your Day Job's Podcast
Episode #134 Riccardo Ball

Don't Give Up Your Day Job's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 86:38


Riccardo Ball is the vocalist for Just One Fix, the director of Wrecking Ball Media, he's the former Music Director at The Rock and has worked as a song plugger and artist mentor.  He's broadly experienced and refreshingly honest and on this episode we have a funny and informative conversation about the business of music.   

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Multiomic Approach Characterises the Neuroprotective Role of Retromer in Regulating Lysosomal Health

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.13.507260v1?rss=1 Authors: Daly, J. L., Danson, C. M., Lewis, P. A., Riccardo, S., Di Filippo, L., Cacchiarelli, D., Cross, S. J., Heesom, K. J., Ballabio, A., Edgar, J. R., Cullen, P. J. Abstract: Retromer controls cellular homeostasis through regulating integral membrane protein sorting and transport and by controlling late-stage maturation of the endo-lysosomal network. Retromer dysfunction, which is linked to neurodegenerative disorders including Parkinson and Alzheimer diseases, manifests in complex cellular phenotypes, though the precise nature of this dysfunction, and its relation to neurodegeneration, remain unclear. Here, we perform the first integrated multiomics approach to provide precise insight into the impact of Retromer dysfunction on endo-lysosomal health and homeostasis within a human neuroglioma cell model. We quantify profound changes to the lysosomal proteome, indicative of broad lysosomal dysfunction and inefficient autophagic lysosome reformation, coupled with a reconfigured cell surface proteome and secretome reflective of increased lysosomal exocytosis. Through this global proteomic approach and parallel transcriptomic analysis, we provide an unprecedented integrated view of Retromer function in regulating lysosomal homeostasis and emphasise its role in neuroprotection. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 14.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 36:52


Podcast 14.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

GPOne MotoGP Podcast
BAR SPORT, SUPERBIKE Con Axel Bassani, il futuro della SBK

GPOne MotoGP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 45:30


Axel Bassani è sicuramente fra gli emergenti del mondiale Superbike. Axel racconta ai nostri Riccardo e Marco com'è duellare con Toprak. Special Guest: Alberto Vergani

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane
2945 - Vendemmia, cambiamento climatico e sfide future del mondo vitivinicolo. Intervista al Presidente di Assoenologi Riccardo Cotarella

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 5:25


Una vendemmia sempre più condizionata dagli effetti del cambiamento climatico crea tensioni crescenti per i viticoltori, mettendo sempre più a rischio quantità e qualità delle produzioni. Ne abbiamo parlato con il Presidente di Assoenolgi, Riccardo Cotarella.

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 13.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 32:37


Podcast 13.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

Radio Rossonera
13-09-2022 Radio Rossonera Talk (in coll. Riccardo Trevisani)

Radio Rossonera

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 62:02


The Working With... Podcast
What to Pay Attention To After A Promotion.

The Working With... Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 14:14


What do you need to pay attention to if you are to build yourself a solid, sustainable productivity system? You can subscribe to this podcast on: Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TUNEIN   Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Linkedin Email Mastery Course The Time Blocking Course The Working With… Weekly Newsletter The Time And Life Mastery Course The FREE Beginners Guide To Building Your Own COD System Carl Pullein Learning Centre Carl's YouTube Channel Carl Pullein Coaching Programmes The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page   Episode 245 | Script Hello, and welcome to episode 245 of the Working With Podcast. A podcast to answer all your questions about productivity, time management, self-development and goal planning. My name is Carl Pullein, and I am your host for this show. I am usually asked to help someone when their productivity and or time management has collapsed. This usually happens because, since the day they started their first job, they have been able to breeze through their work, relying on their boss or customers to tell them what to do.  I know when I started my work life, for the best part of the first ten years, there was also someone in the background telling me what I needed to do next and holding me accountable. Inevitably, there comes a time when you will be given responsibility for your own work. You're given more freedom to decide what to do with your time and you too now need to guide new members of the company and tell them what needs to happen next.  It's at this point if you do not have a system to manage your work, projects and responsibilities that things begin to crack and fall apart.  So, this week, I am looking at what you can o to avoid this from happening and to help you transition from where you are today to the next level—whatever that may be—be that promotion to management or starting your own business. So, with that said, let me hand you over to the Mystery Podcast Voice for this week's question. This week's question comes from Riccardo. Riccardo asks: Hi Carl, I've recently been promoted, and I've found myself drowning in work. I am having to take a lot of work home and working late into the night and at weekends. Do you have any tips on managing a sudden increase in workload?  Hi Riccardo, thank you for your question and congratulations on your recent promotion.  One of the most important things you can do to be prepared for increasing workloads is to have a ‘how can I do it better mindset'. When I learned the power of this simple question, a lot of positive changes happened for me.  To give you one example, many years ago, not long after I became a teacher, I was assigned what was called a free talking class. This class took a topical news article, which we read out in class, then discussed it. Having one of these classes a week was manageable, but when I had to prepare fief articles for the week, what was originally an hour of preparation turned into six hours.  I had to find a suitable article, highlight difficult words and phrases and create three to five questions to get the students talking.  Spending six hours on a Sunday looking for and preparing articles was not my idea of using my time on a Sunday well. So, I asked the question: how can I do this better? I soon found I could spend the week collecting articles into a read list as I was reading the news each day—this was something I did every day anyway. If I came across an article that might be suitable for my free talking classes, I could save the article (I had to use my browser's bookmarks for this back then—no easy-to-use read later services then) and all I needed to do on a Sunday was to prepare the document. I managed to reduce those six hours down to ninety minutes.  It's a simple yet powerful question we can all use with tasks and jobs that we feel are taking too much time—How can I do it better?  If you are ever feeling overloaded and stretched to your limit, it usually means the processes you have in place are too complex, or you haven't fine-tuned them, so they work seamlessly. One of the reasons so few people ever become consistent with daily and weekly planning is because the first few times you do it, it takes a long time. It would not be unusual for your first weekly planning session to take two hours or more. Likewise, your daily planning will likely take thirty-plus minutes when you first begin doing it.  However, those first few are important because as you are doing them, you learn what needs looking at and what doesn't.  In David Allen's Getting Things Done Book, he advocates reviewing all your projects each week. Yet, most of your projects don't need reviewing so frequently. I have about twelve projects left for this year. To follow the GTD standard, I'd be reviewing projects that are not moving forward right now. That's a waste of time. I know these projects are not moving forward, nothing needs to be done on them for the next two to three months, so I don't review them.  The only projects I look at are my current, active ones. These are moving forward and all I am looking for is what needs to happen next.  Let me give you an example of a small project I have at the moment.  I am re-doing my profile photos so I can update my website. This small project was complicated a few weeks ago when I had my eyes tested and ordered a new pair of glasses. These glasses took a couple of weeks to arrive, and now they are at the opticians having the new lenses put in.  This is complicated by a big public holiday this weekend, so I don't expect my new glasses to arrive for around ten days. As I don't know when they will arrive, I cannot book an appointment at the photographers. So, this project is on hold for now. This means that when I did my weekly planning on Saturday, that project was skipped. Everything I needed to do is done. I've got the new glasses, my eyes have been tested, and I now have to wait for ten days or so for the new glasses to arrive. Nothing will happen next week. So, that project is not reviewed. Now, I do have the next task in my task manager—book photographer—but it is in my next week folder. Nothing needs to be done this week, so I don't need it coming up and distracting me. I will see that task when I do my next weekly planning session, and I can decide if I want to bring things forward or not then.  Everything you do can be improved by a process. Once you have a process in place, you can then apply the question: how can I do it better? To the process.  Now, you didn't mention what your old role was and so I don't know what changes have occurred with your new role, Riccardo, but let's say you were previously a salesperson and now you are a sales manager. This is actually quite a big change in a person's work.  You've gone from managing customers and prospects to managing salespeople who do that. So, the first step is to establish what your new core work is. Is it allocating targets to your team? Developing forecasts for your boss? Hiring new salespeople? Training your sales team?  This is the first step. What is your core work? Once you know what your core work is, what does that look like at a task level?  Let's take forecasting as an example. We might be told our new responsibility is to present a monthly sales forecast every month at the departmental heads meeting. That's great. We know what one of our core tasks is. However, what does that look like at a task level?  The danger here is we add a task that says: Prepare this month's sales forecast, yet is that really the task? What does that involve?  It could be you need to collect current sales data, review last year's sales data and calculate your forecast based on market conditions and past sales. That's not a single task. That's a minimum of three tasks.  If this were your core work, you might have a task in the second week of the month telling you to collect the data. In the third week, you could add a second task to read up on the current market environment and perhaps add the new figures to your sales forecast file.  Now, what was possibly a four-hour task has been broken down into tasks that take no more than an hour or so.  You set these tasks as recurring tasks in your task manager, so they come up when they are due, so you no longer need to keep them stored in your head.  Now to deal with the current issue of having to take work home with you, what is the work you are taking home? What's preventing you from dealing with that work while you are at work?  Now, a lot of this extra work is caused by too many meetings throughout the day and interruptions throughout the working day.  The first step here is to gain control of your calendar. This begins by blocking times out in the day when you are not available for meetings. The great thing here is you do not need to block a great deal of time. Most people find if they can get two hours a day for focused work, that is enough to stay on top of the critical work. This leaves six hours each day for meetings and being available for other people.  Ideally, you want to block the same time out each day, but that may not be possible. If not, create the blocks, and when you do the weekly planning and move them around so they fit into your days for the following week.  Next up dealing with interruptions. Here you need to learn to say no. That's hard, particularly for salespeople, because they come from a place where everything is possible and yes is the default.  Again, this doesn't need a lot of effort. I remember when I was working in a law office, my boss had a fantastically simple system. If he need time to work on a difficult case, he would close his office door. This meant we all knew if his door was closed, we could not interrupt him. If it was open, we could walk in and ask anything.  My boss closed his door around three or four times a week, and everyone knew the “code”—so to speak.  Don't be afraid of closing your door. If you explain to your team when your door is closed not to disturb you, your team will respect your request.  I remember, no matter how urgent something was, if my boss's door was closed, I would have to wait. If I had a screaming client on the end of the phone, I would calmly explain my boss was unavailable at the moment, but as soon as it was available, I would ask him and get back to them. For four years, I never had an issue with that.  So, Riccardo, the first step is to list out your new core work. What does that look like at a task level? Get those tasks set up in your task manager or calendar as recurring tasks or events.  Get comfortable blocking time out on your calendar for focused work. Then when you are in a focused work session, make sure nobody disturbs you.  Finally, make sure you are doing a weekly daily planning session. Remember, not all projects need attention every week. All that really matters is what needs your attention next week. In the daily planning session review your tasks and appointments for the next day and make sure they are realistic. Don't try and be a hero and convince yourself you can attend six meetings and clear fifty tasks—you can't, and you won't. Get real.  I hope these ideas help, Riccardo. Thank you for your question, and thank you to you, too, for listening. It just remains for me now to wish you all a very, very productive week.   

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Podcast 12.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 27:34


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Office of Cards di Davide Cervellin
Office of Cards - 082_2 - [INTERVISTA] - Riccardo Fabbio, ”il tempo non è che ce l'hai o non ce l'hai, LO CREI TU”

Office of Cards di Davide Cervellin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 90:12


Seconda parte dell'intervista a Riccardo Fabbio, founder di Winetelling ed esperto di vini. Trovate show notes e link discussi su https://it.officeofcards.com/podcasts Buon Ascolto!

Podcast - TMW Radio
Rubrica di approfondimento sportivo a cura di Vincenzo Marangio Ospiti: Ivan Cardia, Luca Talotta, Riccardo Caponetti, Alain Valnegri

Podcast - TMW Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 68:59


Rubrica di approfondimento sportivo a cura di Vincenzo Marangio Ospiti: Ivan Cardia, Luca Talotta, Riccardo Caponetti, Alain Valnegri

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 09.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 28:32


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Deejay Chiama Italia
Riccardo racconta il mondo del vino in Georgia

Deejay Chiama Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 5:45


TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 08.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 29:18


TeleRadioStereo 92.7 Una radio una squadra

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 07.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:27


TeleRadioStereo 92.7 Una radio una squadra

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 06.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 42:04


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The Functional Tennis Podcast
Il Maestro - Riccardo Piatti [Ep.163]

The Functional Tennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 54:25 Very Popular


This week I speak to world-renowned coach Riccardo Piatti. Riccardo has been working as a coach for 40 years and has a wealth of experience working at the top of the game from junior to senior level.Riccardo has worked with great players such as Ivan Ljubicic, Maria Sharapova, Milos Raonic, Borna Coric, Jannik Sinner, Novak Djokovic, and Richard Gasquet as well as having numerous great young juniors at his center in northern Italy.We chat about:Where coaching started for himThe Piatti center, model and methodHis willingness to learn from people younger and older form himImportance of videoWhat he looks for in juniors as well as some anecdotes from players he has worked with.It's a super chat which I hope you will enjoy.

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 05.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 35:27


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Storia d'Italia
Teodorico dei Longobardi (613-620), ep. 119

Storia d'Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 46:23


Oggi risponderemo ad una domanda: mentre l'oriente si dissolveva nel caos di una guerra totale, cosa accadeva nell'antico occidente romano, in Italia? Vista la debolezza dell'Impero, passeranno i Longobardi all'attacco dell'Italia romana? Vista la debolezza di Eraclio, qualcuno penserà di ribellarsi ad Eraclio? Vista l'anzianità di Agilulfo, la transizione al potere sfocerà in un bagno di sangue? Di queste tre possibilità, solo una diverrà realtà. Scopriamo quale.---Ti piace il podcast? Sostienilo, accedendo all'episodio premium, al canale su telegram, alla citazione nel podcast, alle première degli episodi e molto altro ancora:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/italiastoria Tipeee: https://it.tipeee.com/storia-ditaliaPer una donazione: https://italiastoria.com/---►Informazioni sul mio libro "Per un pugno di barbari":https://italiastoria.com/libro/►Trascrizioni episodi, mappe, recensioni, genealogie:https://italiastoria.com/►FacebookPagina: https://www.facebook.com/italiastoriaGruppo: https://www.facebook.com/groups/italiastoria►Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/italiastoria/►Twitterhttps://twitter.com/ItaliaStoria►YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzPIENUr6-S0UMJzREn9U5Q►Canale Discord:https://discord.gg/cyjbMJe3Qk►Contattami per commenti, idee e proposte di collaborazione: info@italiastoria.com---Musiche di Riccardo Santatohttps://www.youtube.com/user/sanric77---Livello Giuseppe Verdi: Massimiliano PastoreLivello Dante Alighieri: Musu Meci, Manuel Marchio, Mauro, Marco il Nero, Massimo Ciampiconi, Mike Lombardi, David l'Apostata.Livello Leonardo da Vinci: Paolo, Pablo, Simone, i due Jacopo, Riccardo, Frazemo, Enrico, Alberto, Davide, Andrea Vovola e D'agostini, Settimio, Giovanni, Cesare, Francesco Favazza e Cateni, Jerome, Diego, Alanchik, Flavio, Edoardo Vaquer e De Natale, Stefano, Luca, Arianna, Mariateresa, John, Fasdev, Norman, Claudio, Marko, Barbaking, Alfredo, Manuel, Lorenzo, Corrado e Piernicola. Livello Galileo Galilei: Davide, Francesco, Jacopo T., Riccardo, Stefano, Roger, Anna, Pierangelo, Luigi, Antonio, Giulia, Ezra, Andrea, Paola, Daniele, Mariano, Francesca, Gabriella, Alessio, Giovanni, Alessandro, Valerio, Angelo, Alberto, Viviana, Riccardo, Giorgio, Francesco G., Francesco B., Emanuele, Giacomo, Francesco M, Giacomo, Martina, Yuri, Lorenzo, Jamie, Gianluca, Danilo, Echtelion, Matteo, Valerio P., Guglielmo, Michele, Massimo, Tommaso J, e Francesco C., Stefano, Giulio S., Davide P., Elisabetta C., Don Fabrizio, Massimo S., Luca F, Luca M., Dario P, Venus Schiavonia, Annalaura B., Marcus Walker, Michael Kain, Nicola De Gasperi, Pietro Sancassani, Andrea Silimbani, Anna, Marco M., Danilo R., Luca B., Paola C., Francesco C., Stefano S., Nicola L., Enrico C., Andrea F., Remo A., PortaKiTeppare, Lapo S., Mauro, Paolo G., Gaetano R., Matteo D., Lorenzino, Gabriele B.. Grazie anche a tutti i miei sostenitori al livello Marco Polo!---Musiche di Riccardo Santato

Office of Cards di Davide Cervellin
Office of Cards - 082_1 - [INTERVISTA] - Riccardo Fabbio, ”il tempo non è che ce l'hai o non ce l'hai, LO CREI TU”

Office of Cards di Davide Cervellin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 89:02


Prima parte dell'intervista a Riccardo Fabbio, founder di Winetelling ed esperto di vini. Trovate show notes e link discussi su https://it.officeofcards.com/podcasts Buon Ascolto!

il posto delle parole
Riccardo Calimani "Lepanto nel cuore"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 23:29


Riccardo Calimani"Lepanto nel cuore"La nave di Teseohttp://www.lanavediteseo.eu/Marco Barbarigo è giovane, attraente, ama ricambiato la dolce cugina Flaminia Corner ma frequenta con disinvoltura anche Bianca Mocenigo e la sua servetta Mariella. Appartiene a una delle famiglie più in vista di Venezia, è ambizioso e desideroso di mettere alla prova il suo coraggio e la sua sete di gloria. L'occasione arriva nel momento in cui la Serenissima, sempre più insidiata nei suoi traffici commerciali dall'Impero ottomano, decide di unirsi alla Lega Santa per affrontare la potenza turca nello scontro navale che passerà alla storia come “battaglia di Lepanto”.Scampato per miracolo, arriva a Costantinopoli e riesce a salvarsi solo grazie a delle misteriose lettere scritte in ebraico. Il ritorno, in una Venezia sospettosa e ricca di intrighi, pone Marco di fronte a nuovi interrogativi sul significato del potere e delle scelte fatte in nome della libertà di pensiero.Riccardo Calimani si è laureato in Ingegneria elettrotecnica all'Università di Padova e in Filosofia della scienza all'Università di Venezia. Fra le sue opere principali ricordiamo: Storia del ghetto di Venezia (1995, nuova edizione illustrata 2000, premio Costantino Pavan), Destini e avventure dell'intellettuale ebreo (1996, premio Tobagi), Gesù ebreo (1998), Paolo. L'ebreo che fondò il Cristianesimo (1999), Ebrei e pregiudizio. Stella gialla (2000), Storia dell'ebreo errante (2002), Passione e tragedia. La storia degli ebrei russi (2006), Una di maggio (2012), Storia degli ebrei italiani (2013-15), Storia degli ebrei di Roma. Dall'emancipazione ai giorni nostri (2017), Storia della Repubblica di Venezia. La Serenissima dalle origini alla caduta e Non è facile essere ebreo (La nave di Teseo, 2019) e Come foglie al vento (2022).IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 02.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 27:45


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TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 01.09.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 41:28


TeleRadioStereo 92.7 Una radio una squadra

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 31.08.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

TeleRadioStereo 92.7

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 33:44


TeleRadioStereo 92.7 Una radio una squadra

TeleRadioStereo 92.7
Podcast 30.08.2022 Riccardo Trevisani

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 32:10


TeleRadioStereo 92.7 Una radio una squadra

Best Piano Music
Riccardo Cataldi: Variations On A Theme Of Cafiso

Best Piano Music

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 2:29


Riccardo Cataldi: Variations On A Theme Of Cafiso by Carlos Márquez

R/T Podcast
Playtime is over Back to Work

R/T Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 77:12


BMX: Worlds Tangent Pro Am; Trumbull CT Business: Automation trial Complete Buying a new machine soon, Material Drama, Price increases next year; Grands Prep starts now F1: Spa this weekend Where will Riccardo go? Is Schumacher out? Austin F1 8 weeks away!

Source Weekly Update
Bend Don't Break: Racial Equality in Central Oregon with Riccardo Waites

Source Weekly Update

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 33:09


Riccardo Waites is a local leader dedicated to unifying and empowering the black/BIPOC community of Central Oregon. He is the founder and executive director of the Central Oregon Black Leaders Assembly (C.O.B.L.A.), founder of We Black Radio (WBR), Navy submarine veteran, father of nine, and Central Oregon resident of 22 years. Waites was compelled to organize his efforts in the wake of the murder of George Floyd in 2020. This Episode, Waites discusses C.O.B.L.A. programs, WBR, and the fight for racial equality in Central Oregon.

Storia d'Italia
Vita da longobardo, con Gabriele Zorzi. Ep. 118

Storia d'Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 101:36


Ho pensato che, dopo aver parlato per decine di puntate dei Longobardi, non ho ancora presentato la vita comune di questo popolo, per quanto possiamo ricostruire da fonti e archeologia. Per farlo, ho deciso di parlare con uno dei massimo esperti della rievocazione longobarda in Italia: Gabriele Zorzi, cofondatore del gruppo "La fara". Con Gabriele abbiamo parlato delle abitazioni dei Longobardi, dei loro sistemi difensivi, della cucina e dell'abbigliamento, dei loro scambi economici, dell'artigianato e, ovviamente, delle loro abitudini funerarie e delle loro armi. Perché in questo episodio andiamo oltre i nomi, gli eventi e i luoghi e a caccia di quella che doveva essere la vita comune dei Longobardi. ---Ti piace il podcast? Sostienilo, accedendo all'episodio premium, al canale su telegram, alla citazione nel podcast, alle première degli episodi e molto altro ancora:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/italiastoria Tipeee: https://it.tipeee.com/storia-ditaliaPer una donazione: https://italiastoria.com/---►Informazioni sul mio libro "Per un pugno di barbari":https://italiastoria.com/libro/►Trascrizioni episodi, mappe, recensioni, genealogie:https://italiastoria.com/►FacebookPagina: https://www.facebook.com/italiastoriaGruppo: https://www.facebook.com/groups/italiastoria►Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/italiastoria/►Twitterhttps://twitter.com/ItaliaStoria►YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzPIENUr6-S0UMJzREn9U5Q►Canale Discord:https://discord.gg/cyjbMJe3Qk►Contattami per commenti, idee e proposte di collaborazione: info@italiastoria.com---Musiche di Riccardo Santatohttps://www.youtube.com/user/sanric77---Livello Dante Alighieri: Musu Meci, Massimiliano Pastore, Manuel Marchio, Mauro, Marco il Nero, Massimo Ciampiconi, Mike Lombardi, David l'Apostata.Livello Leonardo da Vinci: Paolo, Pablo, Simone, i due Jacopo, Riccardo, Frazemo, Enrico, Alberto, Davide, Andrea Vovola e D'agostini, Settimio, Giovanni, Cesare, Francesco Favazza e Cateni, Jerome, Diego, Alanchik, Flavio, Edoardo Vaquer e De Natale, Stefano, Luca, Arianna, Mariateresa, John, Fasdev, Norman, Claudio, Marko, Barbaking, Alfredo, Manuel, Lorenzo, Corrado e Piernicola. Livello Galileo Galilei: Davide, Francesco, Jacopo Toso, Riccardo, Stefano, Roger, Anna, Pierangelo, Luigi, Antonio, Giulia, Ezra, Andrea, Paola, Daniele, Mariano, Francesca, Gabriella, Alessio, Giovanni, Alessandro, Valerio, Angelo, Alberto, Viviana, Riccardo, Giorgio, Francesco G., Francesco B., Emanuele, Giacomo, Francesco M, Giacomo, Martina, Yuri, Lorenzo, Jamie, Gianluca, Danilo, Echtelion, Matteo, Valerio P., Guglielmo, Michele, Massimo, Tommaso J, e Francesco C., Stefano, Giulio S., Davide P., Elisabetta C., Don Fabrizio, Massimo S., Luca F, Luca Mottadelli, Dario Pirola, Venus Schiavonia, Annalaura Benincasa, Marcus Walker, Michael Kain, Nicola De Gasperi, Pietro Sancassani, Andrea Silimbani, Anna, Marco Modugno, Danilo Rinaldi, Luca Breccia, Paola Campi, Francesco Conti, Stefano Soardo, Nicola Lanotte, Enrico Cavallo, Andrea Franco, Remo Accorona, PortaKiTeppare, Lapo Sermonti. Grazie anche a tutti i miei sostenitori al livello Marco Polo!---Musiche di Riccardo Santato

The AJ Roberts Show
We must stand as ONE. The final chapters are upon us - with Riccardo Bosi

The AJ Roberts Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 61:55


To explore much deeper conversation please be sure to check out AJ Roberts Insiders World - www.insiders-world.com. Former SAS Lt. Col and Leader of the Australia One Party, Riccardo Bosi joins us once again on the AJ Roberts Show to discuss life during and after the federal elections in Australia and the corruption that plagued it. We discuss in depth what's happening behind the scenes globally in a push to rid the planet from evil. It's going to take a concerted effort from human kind, but we all know we don't want to live in this world the globalists want for us. This episode is sponsored by Zuddha Water - 9.0ph Alkaline distilled water for optimum focus and performance. www.zuddhawater.com

Produce Like A Pro
Riccardo Damian

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 51:37


Riccardo Damian is a Grammy Winning Engineer, Mixer, and Producer from Italy. His credits include Adele, Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, and Mark Ronson in which one of his first gigs being Uptown Funk played by Bruno Mars. Check out Riccardo's website here: http://riccardodamian.com/ Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/