Is your personal or professional life not where it should be? While you may think that "creativity" isn't essential to success in life, today's guest will vehemently disagree. He's the former CEO and now Executive Vice-Chairman of the Board of the legendary company Cirque du Soleil. Today he will share why creativity is crucial to professional and personal success and shares his own journey with Cirque du Soleil to improve in every area of his own career. During our headline, we'll pull the cover off of a new crypto scam. This time, celebrities allegedly endorsed a crypto coin, only to dump their own holdings after prices skyrocketed. Of course, this left investors with--reportedly--next to nothing. What can we learn from this? Joe and OG share their thoughts, which might not be what you expect. We also help answer Micah's question about how to further his personal finance education. Doug will also share his trivia. Enjoy! You'll find full show notes at http://stackingbenjamins.com You'll find our deeper dive into ALL of the topics we discuss today in our 201 newsletter (always free) http://stackingbenjamins.com/201
Jisel Soleil Ayon (IG:@jiselsayon)(jiselsoleilayon.com)currently on the Waitress national tour describes herself as a statuesque cocktail of African American and Latina ferocity with a sturdy mix belt and sugary soprano sound. She radiates an infectiously gregarious glow, but don't get it twisted - she's hellacious in a pair of heels and plays hard to forget. She is a Southern California based EMC singer, actor, dancer, who earned her BA in Theater Arts at California State University, Fullerton.
SHOVE WITH LOVE! (Listen for reference) We are pleased to welcome Marqui Jenn as our first guest of 2022! This Michigander has done a little bit of everything. Dancing at Radio City (both as Clara and later and Dance Captain), Disney World, and multiple Cirque du Soleil shows, Marqui relays her joinery from ballerina to commercial star. Listen as we chat about the transition from ensemble into higher level positions and Marqui's top tips for working a diverse professional career. Your hosts kick off the episode by discussing the joy of seeing your friends on the big screen! Be sure to rate, subscribe, and leave a review! LET'S TAKE IT FROM THE TOP!SOCIALS:Marqui Jenn - @marquijennUs! - @insidedancepodcastTaylor - @tbradchoreoAlex - @alexyonkID Mag - @insidedancemagWrite to us at firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://cash.app/$insidedancepodcast)
Marnie and I are truly excited to share today's guest, Heidi Zimmer, Founder of Wild Rice Retreat - Midwest's only wellness retreat center. As a little background, Heidi Zimmer is a real estate development professional and creative entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience leading thoughtful development in the areas of affordable housing, community development, economic development and urban and rural planning. She has developed over $500 million in creative and arts related development projects throughout the United States. As Founder/Owner of Wild Rice Retreat in Bayfield, WI, Heidi developed a $10 million, first of its kind arts and wellness retreat center in the midwest. Heidi is also a 200 RYT certified yoga instructor. We were fortunate enough to experience this brand new retreat center and have this wonderful conversation in person and you can really feel the energy from being together throughout this episode. Wild Rice Retreat is a vibrant, creative, and beautiful destination retreat center in the Upper Midwest, located on the shores of Lake Superior just outside beautiful Bayfield, Wisconsin. Wild Rice Retreat creates a space for grounding the mind, body, and spirit through integrative artistic and holistic life experiences. Rooted in the idea of exploring and supporting expression in nature, Wild Rice Retreat offers a home for healing through guided, personal and group retreats, meeting space, and events following the pillars of nourishment, expression, and movement. We had such a wonderful conversation with Heidi, who shared her journey to create this beautiful space and you'll learn about the wonderful offerings that Wild Rice provides to allow their guests to rest. She shared her intention for creating this magical getaway, including the food they offer to nourish your body, the daily programming, beautiful trails and comfortable and exquisitely detailed lodging, all of which allow you to ground the mind, body and spirit. Heidi believes that grounding in nature, tapping into your creativity, and listening to your body are truly the best gifts you can give yourself, and we couldn't agree more. Heidi opened up and shared how she's built resilience through building WRR during a pandemic and how she's stayed grounded throughout the process while trusting her intuition. You'll also gain Heidi's powerful insight as this episode is packed with so many life lessons, inspiration and motivation as you continue on your journey to living well. She has a special offer for our listeners to receive 15% off using code LIVINGWELL for a personal retreat. 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What's coming for the new year? Astrologer and author Theresa Reed is back with more predictions for 2022! What do the stars say about the future pandemic? The mid-term elections in the U.S.? Luck for people in the arts? Plus, we make a BIG announcement!!!! Digressions include Kanani's new blog (and Courtney's dramatic reading of it), smattering of the weird accents Courtney can do, and Soleil's review of “Tarot for Kids.” On Patreon: Full Moon Magick for January, plus our full conversation and more predictions, with Theresa! Show notes and audio transcript at thatwitchlife.com Support the podcast: patreon.com/thatwitchlife ko-fi.com/thatwitchlifepodcast etsy.com/shop/thatwitchlifepodcast Full list of sponsors at: https://thatwitchlife.com/sponsors/ Visit Jasmine Pearl Tea Company and treat yourself to a beautiful blend! Free shipping on orders of $25 or more! Tell them you heard their ad on That Witch Life Podcast! Get 10% off at CucinaAurora.com for AMAZING, Magickally-infused olive oils and other food products, or Dawn Hunt's new cookbook, ‘A Kitchen Witch's Guide to Love and Romance.' Enter WITCHLIFE2022 at checkout.
Jisel Soleil Ayon (IG:@jiselsayon)(jiselsoleilayon.com)currently on the Waitress national tour describes herself as a statuesque cocktail of African American and Latina ferocity with a sturdy mix belt and sugary soprano sound. She radiates an infectiously gregarious glow, but don't get it twisted - she's hellacious in a pair of heels and plays hard to forget. She is a Southern California based EMC singer, actor, dancer, who earned her BA in Theater Arts at California State University, Fullerton.
A trapeze star turned circus coach and sexual harm prevention educator in one of hopefully MANY conversations we can have about making the circus safer. ------------------------------------------------ Please won't you be a Patreon?: http://www.patreon.com/theartistathlete This podcast is dedicated to CIRCUS. Aerialist, Shannon McKenna interviews guests from acrobats in Cirque du Soleil to circus therapists and everyone in between. Learn the backstage lives of those who flip, twist, sparkle, and shine under the big top. Find her online: www.theartistathlete.com Facebook: theartistathlete IG: @the_artist_athlete ------------------------------------------------ CRISIS HELPLINES https://www.rainn.org (USA) https://endingviolencecanada.org/sexual-assault-centres-crisis-lines-and-support-services (Canada) https://www.supportline.org.uk/problems/rape-and-sexual-assault (United Kingdom) https://www.1800respect.org.au (Australia) Other Resources Watch Adie's Tedtalk: https://www.ted.com/talks/adie_delaney_an_aerialist_on_listening_to_your_body_s_signals Check out Adie's Youth Circus School in Tasmania: https://circusstudio.net.au/ Instagram: @the_circus_studio Instagram Account to anonymously report experiences to the circus community: @victims_voices_circus Advocacy and Education for Children in Sport http://safe4athletes.org/ Center for Non-Violent Communication https://www.cnvc.org/ Therapeutic interventions for peodophilic tendencies https://troubled-desire.com/en/ Recommended reading: The Body Keeps The Score by Bessel van der Kolk M.D.
Martin Frenette has been an aerialist for 17 years and hopes to do 15 more! He talks about how the industry has changed and what makes an act great. --------------------------------------- Please won't you be a Patreon?: http://www.patreon.com/theartistathlete This podcast is dedicated to CIRCUS. Aerialist, Shannon McKenna interviews guests from acrobats in Cirque du Soleil to circus therapists and everyone in between. Learn the backstage lives of those who flip, twist, sparkle, and shine under the big top. Find her online: www.theartistathlete.com Facebook: theartistathlete IG: @the_artist_athlete --------------------------------------- Martin's signature act: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qu40N0DO3xI Instagram: @martinfrenetteonstage
En nouvelle diffusion: Comment a-t-on fait historiquement pour mesurer la distance de la Lune, du Soleil, des planètes, des étoiles et des galaxies? Bastien Confino vous propose de découvrir comment depuis l'Antiquité, mathématiciens, géomètres, physiciens et astronomes ont réussi à mesurer les distances dans l'Univers.
Dr. Jason Han is the co-founder of HealthFit Physical Therapy & Chiropractic and the Head of Rehabilitation for the Los Angeles Football Club. He grew up locally in Monterey Park and stayed in the San Gabriel Valley until graduating from high school. After that, he spent 12 years away from the area pursuing his path in both education and athletics.During this time, he spent 7 years on the US National Team in the sport of Taekwondo garnering several world medals. He also graduated with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis and completed his Sports Specialization at the University of Pittsburgh. In 2016, Dr. Jason and his wife Dr. Kelli opened up HealthFit Physical Therapy & Chiropractic in Pasadena with the ultimate goal of creating a one-stop wellness shop for the people in his community. As a business owner and healthcare professional, Dr. Jason Han aims to keep his clients active and mobile so they can get back to doing what they love. His business does this by giving you the same level of care he provided to all of his professional clients during his stints with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cirque du Soleil and now the Los Angeles Football Club. Over the years, he has worked with several Olympians, professional, collegiate, junior, elite level athletes and high level executives.Whether you are an active individual that wants to return to sports or a grandmother that just wants to pick up her grandchild again… he always values an individualized approach to helping you reach your goals! He believes everyone has a unique situation, therefore you should be treated as such.Location: 145 Vista Ave, Suite 103, Pasadena, CA 91107Website: healthfitinc.con__________Music Podcast Intro and Outro Everyday, Jason Farnhmam, YouTube Audio Library Podcast Advertisement I love you, Vibe Tracks, YouTube Audio Library Sour Tennessee Red (Sting), John Dewey and the 41 Players, YouTube Audio Library Dewey, Cheedham, and Howe (Sting), John Dewey and the 41 Players, YouTube Audio Library Film Project Countdown.flac Copyright 2013 Iwan Gabovitch, CC-BY3 license
Aaron Thompson is a Chief Revenue Officer at SuccessCOACHING, the leading provider of Customer Success training and education. He is a connector, educator and public speaker with over 20 years experience helping companies improve retention rates, increase recurring revenue and recoup customer acquisition costs. Aaron enjoys skiing, kayaking and golfing with his family and friends. Questions Could you share with us a little bit about your journey? What customer experience is and then what customer outcomes are and maybe give us a practical example of that. Could you maybe share with us maybe one or two drivers that you think can help organizations to try and stay ahead of the curve as it relates to anything that may be impacting them as a result of the pandemic? Could you share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely cannot live without in your business? Could you also share with us maybe one or two books that have had the biggest impact on you? It could be a book that you read a very long time ago, or even one that you've read recently that has impacted you. Where can listeners find you online? Do you have a quote or saying that during times of adversity or challenge, you'll tend to revert to this quote; it kind of helps to keep you on track or get you back on track if for any reason you got derailed. Do you have one of those? Highlights Aaron's Journey Aaron shared that every job he's had his entire life has been customer facing. The first job he had was working at a health club, helping the members check in as they came in the front door, cleaning the club, etc. And he had a job all the way through high school, all the way through college, all customer facing in different regards, call centers, customer service, little retail here and there. And then about 36 years old, he actually got laid off for the first time in his career. And he had been down a technical track as a software programmer, he had been an implementation consultant, he had been a trainer and instructional designer and most recently was working in customer support at a SaaS company and they laid off about 100 people. And for the first time he found himself without a job and he didn't know what he would do next. And so, he started looking at other kind of pivots in his career and thought maybe he would go into a sales track, he looked back into kind of the technical side. And long story short, there was this company in Portland, Oregon, where he's based that was looking for a new Head of Customer Success, that was going to be tasked with fixing the churn problem. See, they had a 40% year over year churn rate. And obviously, that was preventing them from growing. And so, they wanted to bring someone in to fix that hole in the bucket. And with his support background, he was able to get that job. And he tells this story when he does my classes now and his certifications in customer success. His first day as the Head of Customer Success, he came in and again, he's tasked with fixing this churn problem. And he thinks he knows what customer success is at this point, it's like support on steroids or kind of account management 2.0. And he came in on day one as the head of CS and he thinks, “Well, you know, what I've never actually Googled “What is customer success?” And long story short, he finds the industry, the technology players, the books, the authors, Jeanne Bliss and CCO 2.0 is really critical at the beginning of his development, of his strategy. And so, in a 12 month window, he was able to go and create his own customer success strategy, implement that strategy at that company, and take a 40% churn rate down to 8% in 12 months, by really doing some really foundational customer success practices, and starting to really, do quote unquote, customer success, not just customer support. And so, at that point, he actually exited that company and founded his first company and at 38 years old, he became an entrepreneur for the first time, and not exactly how he would advise his son to do it. A seven year old son at 38 years old, to just kind of take that leap of faith, but alas, that's what he did. And he was an independent consultant, implementing that same strategy at some other SaaS companies. And then he met Todd and Andrew, the co-founders of SuccessCOACHING and they had the beginnings of this certification concept. And they were looking for another partner; he was kind of a lone wolf looking for a pack. And long story short, the three of them now own this business https://successcoaching.co/ and they have 4 levels of fully accredited certification in the discipline of Customer Success. They work with B2B enterprise companies all around the world through an online learning management system. And then they also deliver live events. As their Chief Revenue Officer, he get to travel around, well, pre COVID, he got to travel around and do a lot of keynotes and meet with people in person. And for the last 18 months or so, he's been doing the same thing, but virtually, primarily into cameras, and then on the podcast like this. So, he just loves to talk about customer success, he loves to learn from others and find new ways or better ways sometimes of doing things. And then they baked that into a certification. And then now like he said, they have multiple levels of it live, and they've certified about 7500 people around the world, they have nearly 10,000 on their platform today. And it's just been amazing to see this industry grow exponentially year over year, ever since he found it that first day when he Googled, What is customer success? What is Customer Experience and What are Customer Outcomes Me: So, one of your formulas for customer success is customer outcomes plus customer experience. So can we break that down, tell us exactly what customer experience is and then what customer outcomes are and maybe give us a practical example of that. Aaron shared that he loves that formula. When he found that formula, he thought, okay, he can understand this just as a consumer and as having 20 plus years working with customers, it broke it down into such a simplistic approach he could wrap his head around it. But, the customer's definition of success and when he says customer, he means human. And he means holistic human who has a personal life and a professional life and if they can impact them on the personal side in a positive way, by way of our professional relationship with them, so save them a little extra time, and they can now get home earlier or get off Zoom earlier, and spend some time with their family will profoundly affect their holistic life in a positive way that transcends their value proposition and B2B relationship, etc. And so, for these holistic humans, keeping in mind what they want to accomplish, that's the CO (Customer Outcome). So, CS (Customer Success) = CO (Customer Outcome) + CX (Customer Experience), the customer's definition of success, CS. And again, the human, accounts don't buy things, businesses don't buy things, make decisions, people do. And typically speaking, we make business decisions based on personal preference. And so, there is a true blending both from the psychology as well as just building relationships and deepening and maintaining those with humans. And so that person's definition of success will always come down to what they want to accomplish, that's the CO (Customer Outcome). So what am I hoping to get whether it's time savings, and he oftentimes say that outcomes, the CO. And they really come down to two kinds of outcomes, almost every outcome of any customer is either a pain to relieve or a gain to achieve, it's one or the other, I either got a pain point I need someone to solve it, or I'm looking to get bigger, faster, stronger, etc. And so, when we can deliver what they want in terms of that outcome, and then we can do that how they want it, and that's the CX side. And so, if we can deliver the same or better outcomes than our competition, and do it by way of the same or better customer experience than our competition, we will have delivered a higher volume of their definition of success. And so, what that requires of us is to define what that definition looks like for that person, it's going to be different for your executives, stakeholder, then your subject matter expert, then your end user, then your system administrator, all the different roles have different definitions of success, but our job as CSMs is to define what that is for them, deliver on that, and then demonstrate to them that we've done so. That's where business reviews and reporting and benchmark data etc comes out. And when we do all three of those, that then leads to renewal and expansion and advocacy from them in this concept of a customer success qualified lead, which is net new business coming into our funnel by way of the customer asset, as opposed to just filling the top of the funnel in sort of typical marketing approaches. And so, when we do all of this effectively, we can grow our business from the customer asset outwards, we can unlock exponential growth because our acquisition costs go way down and our customer lifetime value goes up, either through renewal expansion, or like he said, advocacy which would be bringing us a net new lead, because we've made their lives so wildly successful. That's kind of the definition. And that was when he found that, that was a big aha for him, because he thought he can wrap his head around this, he wasn't much of a math major growing up and so, to have a very simplistic CS = CO + CX, it allowed him to wrap his head around it and really start to use that as the North Star. And it's what they teach in their level one certification program as well. Drivers that Can Help Organizations Stay Ahead of the Curve as it Relates to Anything that May Impact Them as a Result of the Pandemic Me: So, a lot has been happening globally as it relates to different businesses and different industries and I'm sure it's become even more difficult to achieve customer success because I do believe that COVID has caused the bar to be raised for customer experience, especially for those organizations where there have been delays or I find a lot of companies sometimes are using COVID as an excuse as to why they're not delivering excellent service. So, could you maybe share with us maybe one or two drivers that you think can help organizations to try and stay ahead of the curve as it relates to anything that may be impacting them as a result of the pandemic? Aaron stated that that's a really good point, actually. And he thinks Yanique is absolutely right when it comes to using COVID and quarantine, and everything that happened in March of 2020, as almost a cop out now. He feels like any company that is still revelling in, “Oh, well, we're still trying to figure out what the future looks like.” And really kind of harkening to those early days of COVID, he genuinely just thinks it's a cop out at this point. Because we've been in it for pushing two years now and if you can't iterate, adjust, adopt new ways of doing things within two years, that says something about your company well beyond just this particular instance of COVID, and those early days of quarantine. But the good companies, the agile companies, and he see this all the time. He watches Shark Tank a lot being an entrepreneur, he loves that show. And entrepreneur, after entrepreneur comes onto the carpet and tells their story about brick and mortar, this kind of products, direct to consumer, and then immediately having to shift and do that digital transformation to be completely digital because there was no other way to sell their products. And many of them were able to thrive in that scenario because of their ability to iterate and adopt. He thinks it's probably trickier, he doesn't know if it's easier or harder for an early stage versus the later stage company, because you have more resources later stage, of course, as well. But he thinks that's the key is really making that digital transformation over to direct to consumer, if that's your business model. And if it's B2B, you still had to make a digital transformation, he's not going to be flying and taking you to dinner, and doing a business review in a boardroom with you, he's going to do it on Zoom and becoming adept at that, and really being able to pivot into that. Like their business, they had the same problem. He was actually in London on March 12, 2020, speaking at a customer conference. It was crazy. And so, he's flying from Seattle to London and then he's going to do a keynote in London and a level one certification while he's there. And then he's going to hit New York City on his way back for the level one certification and then he's going to go home to Portland where he lives. And as he's getting on the plane from Seattle to London, this is March 9th, that's probably more like March 7th of 2020. His contact in New York emails him and says, “I'm sorry, we have to cancel the event because we just can't host people in one place.” And he thought this is crazy. Like what are you talking about? This is nuts. What do you mean? you can't bring people together like this, it's just insane. And so, he said, alright and he gets on the plane from Seattle to London now without needing to stop in New York on his way home. So he didn't have a direct flight back yet. And he'll always remember this Instagram post he made that day where it was the weirdest feeling to get on a plane headed out of country during a global pandemic without a return flight figured out yet. It was completely insane. So he goes and he does the London events and about 25% of the attendees for this customer conference in London, about 25% actually came, 75% of them, their company said you can't go, a lot of the speakers had to pivot to a Zoom delivery, the conference company, Congress Geeks out of Israel did an amazing job of pivoting so that the speakers could do it virtually on Zoom, but he was there anyway. And so, he went ahead and did it. And on March 13, he flew home and they had on Monday, the following Monday, the 13th was the Friday was when he was supposed to do his New York event and he immediately just pivoted to a virtual delivery. And they sent everybody a Zoom link and said, “All right, well, you're home. Now, I'm home. Let's see how this goes.” And now here we are 18 months later, that's how we will do it forever now. Because he no longer has to take the time out of office to travel, he no longer has to find people in one given city; he can sell tickets around the world for any given event. They actually get more attendance and have a lower overhead for their business and so their margins went up and it's a delivery mode that they will forever do now, it's not to say he's not going to pick and choose different places to go in person. But they had to do that on a dime. And luckily, they were uniquely positioned, he thinks, to be able to make that digital transformation, literally overnight. And not every company could do that. But he thinks there's a lot of companies that have just used it as a cop out and haven't adopted this new world and kind of keep waiting for things to quote, go back to normal, as opposed to understanding that this is the new normal, and then using this to actually improve their customer experience and ultimately their customer success. And just one more point on this, the difference between customer experience and customer success in that formula. Obviously, the CX is part of the CS formula, but how he likes to think of it and he did a keynote actually not very long ago on this. The customer experience is about the journey, it's about everything they do from the top of your funnel in marketing through the sales channels, to everything with on boarding and optimization and renewals, procurement, how easy it is to pay you, etc, etc, etc. All of the things of the journey from soup to nuts, from start to finish, that's CX it's all about the journey. Customer Success is about the destination. It's about did we get you what you want, how you want it, and that how you want it is the CX side. And so, he thinks a lot of companies haven't focused on that journey well enough and said, alright, now that we live in this COVID world, what can we do? How can we differentiate ourselves from a customer experience perspective? While still delivering the same or better outcomes than our competition, iterating on the CX side is what ultimately creates the winners coming out of this pandemic. And then, he doesn't like to say losers, but the not winners coming out of the pandemic. And so, he thinks that's a really good point and a good question. And that's a very long answer but he thinks at this point, if you haven't adopted or you're not in the process of adopting to this new life, this new way the world works, you're not going to succeed maybe how you did before the pandemic, and certainly not as well as the competition if they are able to iterate and adopt this new way of life better. App, Website or Tool that Aaron Absolutely Can't Live Without in His Business When asked about an online resource that he cannot live without in his business, Aaron stated that that's a good question. So much of their business is online; they have their learning management system and that's obviously where they make revenue is selling access to that for people to become certified. The typical collaboration tools are very critical in their business; they run a pretty lean shop and so, to be able to use something like Slack that is just so widely adopted by this point. Zoom he thinks would probably be one that he would be chagrined to not include it because he's on it almost all day long now. There's this new product, actually, that's super fascinating and they're going to be rolling this out as part of their live virtual events. It's called Class and it's built on top of Zoom, but it creates a true classroom experience, but virtually and so there's a ton of functionality in there and they're just getting started, they're looking to roll this out for their business in Q1, probably mid Jan. But that's one that's actually really intriguing. You talk about a company that's been built in the pandemic, these founders, similar to rocketlane, these founders saw an opportunity, they saw this pandemic as an opportunity not to take advantage of people, but to capitalize on in a positive way. There are new pain points; there are new outcomes that people are going to have out there. How can we deliver those outcomes in a enjoyable frictionless customer centric experience, and they can start to build and grow and just like rocketlane, go to market, just in the last 18 months, they went from not existing to now they're in the market because of this shift in this digital transformation classes a similar approach. And it's so super impressive to him as an entrepreneur, when people can see that pain, see that opportunity, that window and just jump at it and then it create something that is as high quality as rocketlane or Class, for example. Books that Have Had the Biggest Impact on Aaron When asked about books that have had the biggest impact, Aaron shared that Chief Customer Officer 2.0: How to Build Your Customer-Driven Growth Engine by Jeannie Bliss that was kind of his mantra as the first time he was the head of CS. When he did that Googling and he thought he knew what he was talking about and realized he doesn't know what customer success is, he better learn, that was a really critical book to doing that. And it's just so customer centric, the whole concept of earning the right to customer driven growth by making people's lives better, she really touches on that holistic human concept that he started the podcast with. So, that's a big one. He's trying to think of another one that he's read that isn't customer success that has been critical, recently. Over the summer, he was doing the poolside reads, those are always nice. The Technology-as-a-Service Playbook: How to Grow a Profitable Subscription Business from TSIA, it's been out a long time, he got it for free years ago at a conference, they were just handing them out on a table. That was really big for him to understand the subscription economy and the shift in the business economics from the product era when we sold physical products that would then wear out or require the customer to go back into the market. And now you shift over to selling the use of the product as a service, thus, it never wears out for the customer now because they never own it. And how do we get a little bit of revenue over time, instead of a whole bunch of revenue up front. Technology-as-a-Service Playbook is really critical as well. And then there's some great customer success books out there, there's also some great leadership books that are out there as well. Another good one that he likes to recommend to people, Red Ocean, Blue Ocean – Blue Ocean Strategy, if you are an entrepreneur or even just have an inkling of an entrepreneurial spirit, that is a really profound book. It's all about when you find yourself in an ultra competitive environment, that's a red bloody ocean and you're really competing on price and kind of having this race to the bottom as they say, how to then innovate, how to pivot, how to adopt a new approach to break out of that and create and find yourself in a blue ocean that is wide open for you to fish within. They use the example of Cirque du Soleil. And when they found in Cirque du Soleil, they thought why would you ever create a new circus company? That's insane. There are tons of circuses out there, and a lot of them are getting attacked or protested because of the animal rights and there's just so much gray area in there. And why would you ever do this? And so, what they do is they go and they create a circus that doesn't have any animals, it's all people and all of a sudden they find themselves in this blue ocean and they've got Las Vegas and all around the world, they're selling out these tents, like Barnum and Bailey's used to do back in the 70s, and 80s. But they're doing it without any animals; it takes all of the risk away and all they did was just take a very old concept, iterate it, take a new approach to it, and it just exploded worldwide. That's a perfect example of Red Ocean, Blue Ocean. And he thinks it's a good business book for anybody, even if you don't know what you want to do, but you want to be an entrepreneur, it can help you kind of see things in a more innovative way. Where Can We Find Aaron Online LinkedIn – Aaron Thompson Website – https://successcoaching.co/ https://successhacker.co/ Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Aaron Uses When asked about a quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Aaron shared that he wished he can show it because it works a little better with visual. So he'll try to talk it through here. But think of whether it's customer sentiment, and you've just brought on a new customer or a personal relationship, or whatever it is, and everything goes as you expected. And you've got a pendulum and whenever they goes as expected, the pendulum kind of swings back and forth, right there in the middle, and everything, is fine, it's not crazy, it is what it is, no surprises, etc. And on one end of the spectrum, you have good, happy, pleased, satisfied, whatever. On the other end of the spectrum, you have bad, mad, angry, frustrated, confused, whatever, offended maybe, etc. And we're swinging that pendulum right in the middle. And then something bad happens, whatever it is, and it moves this pendulum all the way out to the bad, mad, angry, frustrated side of things. And we find ourselves in that situation, that time of adversity. And in that moment, it's really easy to ourselves get mad, frustrated, etc, disappointed, etc. And really kind of relish in the moment. And what he tries to do is to remind himself that, “Now I have the opportunity to create enough momentum with that pendulum, that I can move it on to the good, happy, pleased side, to a degree that I never could have had I not found myself on the bad side.” And so, it's really just a visual of with, “Every challenge presents an opportunity and when we find ourselves in these challenging times, we just want to focus on the opportunity that's presented by it, not the challenge that's presented by it. See these times of adversity as gifts and opportunities to create momentum and swing that pendulum to a place on the good side that it never could have been had you not had to go through that difficult time.” So that's kind of the like he said, it's a little easier if he's got a visual, he's a big whiteboard person, a lot of webinars, podcasts are a little tough for him. He talks with my hands a lot; nobody can see him right now. But hopefully they can visualize that a little bit, but it's really just “Every challenge presents an opportunity.” Please connect with us on Twitter @navigatingcx and also join our Private Facebook Community – Navigating the Customer Experience and listen to our FB Lives weekly with a new guest Grab the Freebie on Our Website – TOP 10 Online Business Resources for Small Business Owners Links Chief Customer Officer 2.0: How to Build Your Customer-Driven Growth Engine by Jeanne Bliss Technology-as-a-Service Playbook: How to Grow a Profitable Subscription Business by Thomas Lah The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience Do you want to pivot your online customer experience and build loyalty - get a copy of “The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience.” The ABC's of a Fantastic Customer Experience provides 26 easy to follow steps and techniques that helps your business to achieve success and build brand loyalty. This Guide to Limitless, Happy and Loyal Customers will help you to strengthen your service delivery, enhance your knowledge and appreciation of the customer experience and provide tips and practical strategies that you can start implementing immediately! This book will develop your customer service skills and sharpen your attention to detail when serving others. Master your customer experience and develop those knock your socks off techniques that will lead to lifetime customers. Your customers will only want to work with your business and it will be your brand differentiator. It will lead to recruiters to seek you out by providing practical examples on how to deliver a winning customer service experience!
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#Humanity #Circus #PodcastEARLY ACCESSPlease consider becoming a PATRON to encourage the continued growth, expansion and evolution of this podcast- Enjoy Early Releases Of The Podcast! #patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/livelikeanacrobatpodcastThis episode of the podcast was sponsored by Zencastr-Zencastr Special 30% Coupon Code: Zencastr is THE BEST podcasting platform:https://zencastr.com/pricing?coupon=sheneastiletto&interval=monthlyCelebrating the Live Like An Acrobat Podcast's first episode of its third season, host Shenea Stiletto interviews Avi Pryntz-Nadworny. Avi is an award-winning photographer, circus artist, and CODA (Child of Deaf Adults). Growing up in Rochester, NY, Avi spent his youth bouncing between a fascination with animation and a playful obsession with juggling and gymnastics. That interest eventually brought him to Academy of Art University in San Francisco, where he studied Graphic Design and New Media before the lack of physical movement prompted him to audition for 'École de cirque de Québec in Quebec City, Canada. After two years of intensive training, he landed a job with Cirque du Soleil and began working as an acrobat and fire juggler in Les Chemins Invisibles. After the show ended, he traveled to Italy to study tumbling and Cyr wheel at FLIC Scuola di Circo. A few years later, he moved back to the USA to join the international touring company PUSH Physical Theatre where he worked for eight years as a performer and choreographer. In parallel to his international performing career, he worked on photo and video shoots; soon what started as a few odd jobs turned into a passion to create images and video with some of the world's best circus artists, dancers and Grammy award-winning artists.Avi currently resides in Rochester, NY and runs the media production company Photo Pryntz. When he is not running Photo Pryntz, performing, or working on his book. He can be found directing, lecturing at universities, and volunteering for the organization, Deaf Refugee Advocacy.You can connect with avi through his websites & social media:www.photopryntz.com www.beyondthecircustent.comwww.instagram.com/avitheamazing https://www.facebook.com/PhotoPryntz/ Chat With An Acrobat Ep.1 & Ep.2:PRIDE In Comedy With Kyndra Crump:https://youtu.be/sUY9bXWVRRAThe Language of Coffee With FATEN Co-Founder of Mono Roastery:https://youtu.be/tsfJJY4X-_wThink Like An Acrobat Podcast-Ep.9:PRO Exclusive: Let's Coordinate for Ourselves: Working in the Expansive Asian Performing Arts Industry with Entertainment Director Myla Catibayanhttps://circustalk.com/news/lets-coordinate-for-ourselves-working-in-the-expansive-asian-performing-arts-industry-with-entertainment-director-myla-catibayan-pro-exclusiveShenea Stiletto's Circus Lifestyle “ Live Like An Acrobat Podcast” has revoluntized the circus industry-https://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/shenea-stilettos-circus-lifestyle-live-like-an-acrobat-podcast-has-revolutionized-the-circus-industryNew Circuspreneur Blog!Www.Circuspreneurblog.comLive Like An Acrobat #Podcast #Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/episode/6O0utPJ8MJfM6QmwPd4lsV?si=GHHQvY9PQ4uk3iniJYoHVQ#ITunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/shenea-stiletto-live-like-an-acrobat/id1514321355Follow @sheneastiletto on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/sheneastiletto/?hl=en@livelikeanacrobatpodcast:https://www.instagram.com/livelikeanacrobatpodcast/Facebook: Live Like An Acrobat Podcast-https://m.facebook.com/livelikeanacrobatpodcast/https://m.facebook.com/sheneaboothTwitter: https://twitter.com/sheneastiletto?lang=enTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/3gUVhf/LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/shenea-stiletto-5a9a8656#Private #Handstand training available! Explore & Sign up on the Cirqo.co platform for weekly hand balancing tutorials! https://tinyurl.com/Cirqo-SheneaStiletto
Episode 103 - 2021 Year in Review! 2021 Year in Review! Hey everyone, I'm Mike, she's Sophie, and that's Brenda, and we're On the Road with Mickey! This is episode 103 for January 3, 2022, and our feature topic is our 2021 Year in Review! First, though, we wish to say Happy New Year! We hope you all have a great, prosperous, and safe new year! We are looking at our 2021 Year in Review to work up a scorecard of sorts of the positive things and the not-so-positive things we experienced in 2021! Have a listen, and let us know in the comments what you think! Here's the rundown of what we talked about: Update from Last Week:We discussed the Country Bear Jamboree last week, and in it, I learned that I would be Big Al if I were a character on the show. I asked in the FB Group which character you would be, and the race is close between Trixie and, yes, you guessed it, Big Al! As of right now, though, the leader is Trixie!Also, I asked what is on your list to do in 2022, and you responded!Sheila said: “Festival of the Arts. I have never done it and it looks amazing.”Ivon said: “To go on a Disney Cruise! That's on my Disney Bucket-list.”Pam said: “Dawn of Life, Cirque du Soleil on March 26th. (During Flower and Garden festival).”Jenifer said: “Savi's, the fireworks shows, and Ratatouille are this year's hope. We did COVID Disney for our first Disney and they weren't happening so we never did the parks in the dark. Want to do a cruise some time but…”Cindy said: “Rise of the Resistance, The Candlelight Processional and The Festival of Arts”Chrissy said: “Everything, especially getting a reservation at Space 220 finally.”Cheddar from the Big CheeseMike: In case you missed it, yesterday, Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park reopened! Are you a fan of going to the water parks on your trips? Let us know!Brenda: Refurbishment reminders: February 14-18, 2022 - BTMRR will be closed for routine maintenance. January 23-28, 2022 - Skyliner service between Caribbean Beach Resort, Riviera Resort, and EPCOT will be unavailable. January 10 - February 10, 2022, Splash Mountain will be closed for routine maintenance. Lastly, January 4 - Mid April, 2022, Expedition Everest will be closed for a lengthy refurbishment.Sophie: Don't forget, the new Star Wars show “The Book of Boba Fett” started on December 29th, and like the Mandalorian, it has weekly episodes throughout the month of January. That is just part of an exciting lineup of shows coming to Disney+ in January!Connect with us! Here's how: Facebook: https://facebook.ontheroadwithmickey.comFacebook Group: https://facebookgroup.ontheroadwithmickey.comYouTube: On the Road with Mickey (Don't forget to subscribe, like the videos, and comment!)Instagram: On the Road with MickeyEmail: email@example.comPhone Voicemail: 919-799-8390Feature Topic: 2021 Year in Review!Positives in 2021Taking Mom back to Walt Disney World and celebrating Easter at the Magic Kingdom.Being at Walt Disney World October 1, 2021, for the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney WorldOur Series of Podcasts on Walt's Nine Old MenOur Favorite Disney Memories podcastOur Favorite Disney Food episodes!When Disney Goes above and beyondThe reopening of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover!Remy's Ratatouille Adventure!Meeting all our friends on our trips! Especially Chris and Billy!But by far, the most important and positive we had in 2021 was when Brenda joined us as a permanent member of the team!Negatives in 2021Not being able to do the MNSSHP or MVMCP or Candlelight ProcessionalStill having to wear masksPandemic is still here and people are fearful.This Day in Disney History for January 31965 - Disneyland celebrates it's 10th birthday with the addition of the Tencennial Parade!Disney Who's Who CharacterEdna Mode from The IncrediblesA little bit of Walt“I like symphonic music. A good concert, if you're kind of relaxed, it can do something to you. It's sort of an emotional break you get by listening to the music.
Clique ici pour recevoir ton guide gratuit des 5 sphères à intégrer dans ta vie pour manifester ton bonheur Clubhouse: @maryeve_lamer Site web : https://www.MaryeveLamer.com Instagram : @maryeve_lamer Groupe FB : https://www.maryevelamer.com/groupe Page FB: https://MaryeveLamer.com/page Bonjour chère Heureuse! Dans l'épisode d'aujourd'hui, la contrainte créative que j'ai est d'enregistrer un épisode sans notes, avec la thématique "soleil". Ça tombe bien, parce que le soleil, j'adore ça! C'est chaud, ça fait du bien, ça permet à la vie de se développer bref, c'est tout plein de positif! Et c'est mon point d'aujourd'hui! Du positif et de la lumière, tu en as en toi. Permets-toi d'être ton propre soleil, ta propre lumière et ainsi être capable de passer au travers les obstacles que la vie t'envoie et les périodes plus sombres grâce à ta propre force intérieure. Sur ce, bonne écoute et on se parle demain! Hey bye là! Mary xx
En ce 2e jour de 2022, Vénus Rx se situe au 22e degré de Capricorne et reçoit ine activation de Neptune l'amour universel à 22 degré de Poisson.C'est une toute nouvelle fréquence d'AMOUR qui nous initie en ce début d'année, en ce jour de nouvelle lune en Capricorne, en cette veille de son accolade mensuelle avec Vénus, tandis que cette dernière commence sa traversée alchimique devant le Soleil, que tous ces codes éveillent en nos coeurs de nouvelles dimensions d'amour qu'on n'aurait peut-être pas anticipé voir se révéler.Le mot clé de la semaine (hmmmm de la vie?!) : RESSENTIR.Je partage ici d'autres invitations, pistes et clés pour naviguer cette énergie qui touche particulièrement toutes celles qui se reconnaissent à travers les forces du féminin. J'explique tout ça et tellement plus (comme les autres transits actuels qui conspirent en faveur de notre coeur en ce moment) dans l'épisode.Comme toujours prenez ce qui résonne en votre coeur à vous - c'est véritablement l'intention principale de Janvier - de l'année - de la vie!!!C'est une nouvelle forme d'existence qui commence les amies ! Merci merci merci d'être ici, et hâte d'avoir vos échos qui me touchent toujours tellement.Plein d'amour vers vous xxxKarine
durée : 01:28:42 - Le Soleil - par : François-Xavier Szymczak - Après la pluie, le beau temps ! Célébration musicale du « dieu qui nous éclaire » comme l'écrit Philippe Quinault pour le Phaéton de Lully. Si l'ombre du Roi-Soleil plane sur ce répertoire, l'étoile de notre système brille aussi de mille feux chez Haydn, Moussorgski, Ravel ou Richard Strauss. - réalisé par : Céline Parfenoff
Eve Eurydice speaks with Silvia Dopazo, an aerialist dancer from Galicia, Spain, who worked for Cirque du Soleil and Barnum, and is now creative artist of Aerial Move at Palapa Miami, and her creative partner, Oscar David Sanhueza Almonacid, a choreographer pole dancer aerial performer from Chile. #CirqueduSoleil is a global mentorship for circus performers, musicians, stage designers. Exercises involve core, flexibility, strong grip, mental focus, tope and tissue balance, solo silks, acro duo, strap dancing, stick manipulation, chains and group bungie, aerial tissues, acting, and pantomime. ⚡️ ⚡️For more Speak Sex, go to https://Speaksexpodcast.com ⚡️ For books, art, merch by Eurydice, go to https://Eurydice.net ⚡️ For Apple podcast, subscribe to https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-sex-with-eve/id1448261953 ⚡️For video episodes, subscribe to https://YouTube.com/SpeakSexwithEveEurydice ⚡️ For support, go to https://anchor.fm/speaksex/support ⚡️ #speaksex #eveEurydice #Eurydice #Eurudice --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/speaksex/message
Happy Thursday Friends! We are 2 days away for Christmas. I am looking forward to spending time with family and making more memories. I am excited to introduce you to my next guest. He is a very talented artist, he has paved his own way as a musician and not getting tied up in any specific label as an artist. Please welcome Michael Emenau. From his first professional gig at the age 16 drumming in a country band to performing at with a symphony orchestra at Carnegie Hall four years later, the career of Michael Emenau has been as prolific as it has been varied. After completing a degree in classical percussion from McGIll University Michael played for multiple orchestras. Feeling confined he switched his focus over to jazz vibraphone, both of these experiences provided the skills to perform a wide range of musical genres, to date he has recorded vibraphone on over 200 albums. In the early 90's he moved to Tokyo and immersed himself into the acid jazz and EDM scene becoming a member of the weekly UFO's (United Future organisation) live/DJ all night music battles at Club Yellow. He went on to record on 5 of UFO's albums including the platinum selling “Red Hot and Blue”.In the late 90's Michael relocated to San Francisco where his musical interests cracked wide open—producing 3 albums with the Middle Eastern electronic group LUMIN; was a founding member of The Jazz Mafia which incorporated live looping and sampling into small and large jazz ensembles; fronting an Afro-Cuban dance band while also releasing solo jazzy downtempo music with Six Degrees Records and Hearts of Space.In 2005 Michael and his family relocated to Paris where he started a multi-year project unearthing, re-arranging, recording and performing the music of Henry Purcell with Cirque du Soleil star vocalist Elise Velle. This project spilled over to writing a musical, Divine Intervention--an interpretation of the demi-god Dionysus and his actual cultural influence on Classical composers and authors culminating in a 2-week run at the Nova Scotia Fringe Festival.Michael, his family and his beagle currently reside in Montreal where he is a world-touring member of the Grammy nominated “Les Triplettes de Bellville” Cine-Concerts series. He co-leads the Canadian Folk Music Awards nominated “ensemble of the year 2020” SUSSEX, which interweaves folk, ragtime, and roots music.Since the onset of Covid Michael has gone back to the studio and released 3 albums of Lofi Hip-Hop instrumental. The first of which is based on the music of Eric Satie and streamed over a half million times on Spotify. This quick success led to Michael signing with Six Degrees Distribution/Universal Records whose team helped to spark his renewed passion for classical music. To follow, support or learn more head to the links below:http://www.mnomusic.com/https://www.instagram.com/mnomusic/https://twitter.com/mnomusicSupport for Label Free Podcast is brought to you by MANSCAPED™, who is the best in men's below-the-waist grooming. MANSCAPED offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. They obsess over their technology developments to provide you the best tools for your grooming experience. MANSCAPED is trusted by over 2 million men worldwide! We have an exclusive offer for my listeners - 20% off + free shipping with the code: LabelFree20 at https://www.manscaped.com As always thank you for the support, to contact me directly follow the link below: https://www.labelfreepodcast.com Stay Healthy, Stay Ready- Deanna Marie Kuempel #ad #sponsor
Get ready yogis, todays yoga filled episode with Marie Grujicic is a good one! Marie, born and raised in France moved to the States more than 15 years ago with a Parisian cabaret troupe to perform at the MGM Grand Las Vegas, she then discovered yoga during her professional dance career with Cirque du Soleil. After many years on stage, and injuries yoga truly helped her heal her body and soothed her mind from the turmoil of the entertainment industry.Through her years of experience and more than 800 hours, Marie has developed her own creative class structure "awespiring flows" which invites you to free flow at times with an emphasis on organic, fluid almost dance like transitions. “Awespire,” is more than just an interesting word to Marie. This idea of being in a “state of bliss while staying inspired” is her driving philosophy, like roots to the ground that she walks on. Her classes are fun, playful and infused with functional movement, dance and props play time. Marie shares her time between Europe and the States and collaborating with prominent wellness companies, holds yearly 200hr YTT, international yoga retreats, teaches online yoga class weekly and will be premiering her Awespire Yoga app in early 2022 to support your daily yoga practice. In this episode Marie shares how she transformed her full time teaching career during the pandemic, shifting from in person studio classes to virtual yoga, tips for new yoga teachers in todays climate, how to sequence creatively and sequence with an intention, insecurities around flexibility, the importance of continuing your education and so much more! Connect with Marie✨ Instagram: @silkymariesky Website: https://www.mariegrujicic-delage.com/ Connect with Shayla✨Instagram: @shaylaquinnYouTube: www.youtube.com/shaylaquinnWebsite: www.namastshay.comLearn more about TYIL Program ✨
En France, près de 11 millions de personnes prennent chaque jour soin d'un proche âgé, malade ou handicapé. Parmi eux, des proches de personnes atteintes de pathologies psychiatriques, telle que la schizophrénie ou encore les troubles bipolaires. Certains patients utilisent également leur vécu et leur expertise (parfois, complétés par une formation) pour soutenir leur pair. Quel est le regard porté sur ces aidants ? Qu'est-ce que la pair-aidance ? Quelle relation les unit aux soignants et au patient ? Comment concilier sa vie d'aidant, avec sa vie professionnelle & familiale ? Comment instaurer des limites ? Quelles solutions apporter à ce qui peut devenir un calvaire quotidien ? Pr Christophe Lançon, chef du service Psychiatrie et addictologie des Hôpitaux Universitaires de Marseille Conception Sabrina Palumbo, coach spécialisée dans l'accompagnement des troubles alimentaires, médiatrice santé paire. Auteure de l'ouvrage Les voix du rétablissement – la médiation de la pair-aidance, aux éditions Frison-Roche. Marraine des associations solidarité anorexie boulimie. Cécile Glaser, pair-aidante. ► Pour aller plus loin : « La Psychiatrie du Soleil » est une chaîne Youtube sur la santé mentale, animée par des professeurs de l'AP-HM (Rediffusion)
L'ancien président sénégalais Léopold Sédar Senghor s'est éteint il y a vingt ans. « Président- poète », Léopold Sédar Senghor est un personnage à plusieurs vies : profondément ancré dans ses racines sénégalaises du Sine Saloum, Senghor fut aussi une figure intellectuelle de premier rang: agrégé de grammaire, membre de l'Académie française, chantre de la « négritude »... Sur le plan politique, Senghor a été le premier président du Sénégal indépendant. Ancien journaliste du quotidien français Le Monde, Jean Pierre Langellier signe une biographie de Léopold Sédar Senghor aux éditions Perrin, qui revient sur ce riche parcours. Il est l'invité de Bineta Diagne. RFI : Vous parlez énormément dans votre livre Léopold Sédar Senghor, ce professeur devenu chef d'État. Vous dites en même temps que c'était un « éternel pédagogue ». Comment est-ce que vous décririez la méthode qu'il a pu employer pour diriger le Sénégal à cette époque-là ? Jean-Pierre Langellier : Lorsqu'il était jeune, il critiquait Descartes. Mais en fait, une fois qu'il est président, c'est un homme très rationnel, très organisé. Il va même jusqu'à créer un Bureau d'organisation et de méthodes [BOM créé en 1968]. Et tous ceux qui peuvent témoigner encore de Senghor aujourd'hui, comme par exemple Moustapha Niasse [Premier ministre en 1983, entre 2000 et 2001-Président depuis 2012 l'Assemblée nationale], disent que c'était l'école avec lui. Il avait un souci de transmission énorme. Vous savez qu'il allait jusqu'à parfois utiliser un tableau noir en Conseil des ministres. Puis, il était très pédagogue et très sourcilleux sur des choses qui lui tenaient à cœur : la grammaire, l'orthographe, n'hésitant pas à donner un coup de fil à un journaliste s'il y avait une erreur dans un article du Soleil. Sur le plan politique, Léopold Sédar Senghor et Mamadou Dia qui était président du Conseil du Sénégal ont tenté au lendemain de l'indépendance une transformation non violente du Sénégal que vous décrivez comme étant sur la voie du « socialisme ouvert, non doctrinaire et humaniste ». Quel héritage reste-t-il aujourd'hui de ces principes ? Cela ne s'est pas bien passé. Il faut juste rappeler qu'il y a eu un divorce entre les deux hommes. Il y avait plein de raisons, notamment institutionnelles. Le fait qu'il y avait deux hommes au sommet, c'est toujours difficile. Mais l'héritage de Senghor en politique est très positif, dans la mesure où il a laissé la démocratie, il a laissé le pluralisme. L'alternance au pouvoir, si rare en Afrique, c'est devenu tout à fait naturel au Sénégal. Et les successeurs de Senghor n'ont plus osé contester cet héritage. Et puis, la recherche quand même du compromis. Puis, moi je trouve, surtout, l'art de gouverner qui était exemplaire. Beaucoup applaudissent le fait que Léopold Sédar Senghor a quitté, de manière volontaire, le pouvoir en 1980. Mais le climat politique était pourtant très tendu avec beaucoup d'opposants qui ont été mis en prison. Comment peut-on expliquer le fait que cet intellectuel ait fait preuve d'aussi peu « d'ouverture » finalement sur le plan politique ? Il faut probablement faire une différence entre le début de règne où il y a eu un régime très autoritaire pour les 10-12 premières années disons. Et puis, à partir de la libération de Dia en 1972, il n'avait pas envie de laisser ce genre de régime à son successeur, et à ce moment-là, a aménagé une démocratisation progressive avec un multipartisme progressif. Théoriquement, les choses étaient interdites. Mais, en fait, elles ne l'étaient pas. Il y avait des dizaines de petits journaux qui fleurissaient. Il y avait le cadre officiel de quatre partis, mais en fait, il y en avait plein d'autres, il y avait du mouvement. Et ceux-là, on ne mettait pas leur leader en prison. Donc, ça dépend de l'époque. Il y a eu une époque très dure, vous avez raison. Et ensuite, cela a changé. Un mot sur l'image laissée par Léopold Sédar Senghor. En France, il était vraiment un francophile convaincu, un membre de l'Académie française, vous l'avez dit dans votre livre. Ancien prisonnier de guerre (soldat colonial, il est capturé par les Allemands et reste prisonnier de 1940 et 1942). Comment expliquer l'absence des autorités françaises au moment de ses obsèques en 2001 ? Elle est inexplicable et inadmissible, honteuse. En fait, l'une des explications données notamment par Erik Orsenna avec le recul, c'est que [Jacques] Chirac et [Lionel] Jospin, président et Premier ministre de l'époque, ne voulaient pas donner l'impression néocoloniale en allant aux obsèques de [Léopold Sédar] Senghor. C'était évidemment aberrant. Quelques mois après, en 2002, la promotion de l'ENA à laquelle appartenait Emmanuel Macron s'est auto-baptisée Senghor, un peu comme une sorte de pied de nez et de critique envers la classe politique. ► À écouter aussi : Reportage France : Les 20 ans de la mort de Léopold Sédar Senghor
durée : 00:53:56 - Le temps d'un bivouac - par : Daniel FIEVET - Ses voyages au pays du Soleil-levant lui ont inspiré sa dernière bande dessinée. Catherine Meurisse nous emmène dans sa quête de beauté à travers la nature et la culture japonaise - invités : Catherine MEURISSE - Catherine Meurisse : illustratrice, dessinatrice - réalisé par : Hélène KOUYOUMDJIAN
Avez-vous déjà imaginé ce que notre vie serait si le soleil était bruyant? Si au lieu d'être cet astre lumineux chaud et silencieux, c'était plutôt une machine à bruit blanc perpétuelle, hurlant avec l'intensité d'un concert métal toute la journée? La vie serait bien différente! La NASA a déjà « enregistré » le soleil et oui, il fait du bruit. Et heureusement, on ne peut pas l'entendre. Avec Élise Jetté et Charles Trahan Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
What is awe? It's not wonder, or surprise, or pleasure — it's a state of mind that Dr. Beau Lotto calls "finding the impossible in the common." Dr. Lotto is a neuroscientist who specializes in perception; he once actually measured awe in the brains of people watching Cirque du Soleil. Learn where awe originates, why it evolved, and even how military leaders might weaponize it. Plus... why Dr. Lotto says babies are born "useless" https://www.beaulotto.com/
Quatre émissions enregistrées au Théâtre du Soleil à la Cartoucherie de Vincennes, à l'occasion de la nouvelle création de Mnouchkine « l'Île d'Or ». À l‘occasion de cette trente-quatrième création, ces entretiens permettront de parcourir les grands thèmes du Théâtre du Soleil, troupe créée en 1964, de raconter des fidélités artistiques et d'essayer de comprendre comment s'écrit un spectacle de Mnouchkine. À l'affiche de L'Île d'Or mais aussi de As Comadres (les Belles sœurs d'après Michel Tremblay). C'est la première fois qu'Ariane Mnouchkine travaille avec des artistes qui ne sont pas du Théâtre du Soleil. À l'origine, trois comédiennes brésiliennes cherchaient un spectacle à réaliser dans leur pays en proie aux difficultés économiques, politiques, sociales et culturelles. Touchée par leurs préoccupations, Ariane Mnouchkine leur a proposé "Belles-Sœurs", une pièce de Michel Tremblay qu'elle avait vue à Paris dans l'adaptation musicale de Daniel Bélanger et la mise en scène de René Richard Cyr. S'appuyant fidèlement sur cette mise en scène, elle a amené les comédiennes à s'approprier les situations, à donner vie à l'histoire. La pièce se joue du 23 au 31 décembre au Théâtre de l'Epée de Bois à la Cartoucherie Invités : - Ariane Mnouchkine, metteuse en scène de théâtre et animatrice de la troupe qu'elle a fondée en 1964, le Théâtre du Soleil. Juliana Carneiro da Cunha, comédienne et danseuse brésilienne. Émission enregistrée au Théâtre du Soleil, à la Cartoucherie. Retrouvez toutes les dates et toutes les infos sur le spectacle « l'Île d'Or » ici.
Madeleine Blais-Morin analyse les dernières recommandations du gouvernement du Canada sur les voyages non essentiels; Martine Biron parle du temps des Fêtes au Québec et du variant Omicron; Natasha MacDonald Dupuis donne des détails sur la réunion d'urgence de l'Ontario à propos du variant Omicron; Daniel Jutras, recteur de l'Université de Montréal, réagit au rapport sur la liberté académique en milieu universitaire; la Dre Caroline Quach fait le point sur les tests rapides et le variant Omicron; Alain Therrien, du Bloc québécois, commente la gestion des mesures sanitaires aux frontières du Canada; Mathieu Gohier résume les restrictions de l'Alberta pour le temps des Fêtes; le Dr Paul Roumeliotis parle de l'évolution de la situation du variant Omicron en Ontario; et Olivier Hernandez se penche le passage d'une sonde de la NASA près du Soleil.
Quatre émissions enregistrées au Théâtre du Soleil à la Cartoucherie de Vincennes, à l'occasion de la nouvelle création de Mnouchkine « l'Île d'Or ». À l‘occasion de cette trente-quatrième création, ces entretiens permettront de parcourir les grands thèmes du Théâtre du Soleil, troupe créée en 1964, de raconter des fidélités artistiques et d'essayer de comprendre comment s'écrit un spectacle de Mnouchkine. Dans cette troisième émission, nous recevons la sinologue Marie Holzman Invités : - Ariane Mnouchkine, metteuse en scène de théâtre et animatrice de la troupe qu'elle a fondée en 1964, le Théâtre du Soleil. - Marie Holzman, sinologue - Omid Rawendah, comédien afghan Émission enregistrée au Théâtre du Soleil, à la Cartoucherie. Retrouvez toutes les dates et toutes les infos sur le spectacle « l'Île d'Or » ici.
We are super excited to introduce today's amazing guest, Lizzi Cutler. Lizzi is a healing arts trainer focusing on the mind, body and spirit. Using her expertise in meditation and coaching, Lizzi designs a customized-path for each client to achieve their personal goals. Trained in Asia, the United States and the United Kingdom, Lizzi's comprehensive knowledge helps clients reduce stress, anxiety and increase productivity. Her judgment-free practice provides the tools required to shift out of the old stories that keep us stuck. Described as a spiritual closet cleanser, Lizzi helps clients clear out what's no longer working for them and create a healthy emotional space. As an intuitive healer, she works with clients to evolve the way they mentally and physically respond to stress. Lizzi works by receiving specific information about how to improve their primary relationships, allowing clients to soak up the love instead of being stuck in frustration. 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Virtual and augmented reality are the wave of the future. How are these nascent technologies being integrated into performance, immersive experiences and artistic practice? Learn more from contemporary theater and dance artists working at the forefront of these technologies.Meet Our GuestsJo Cattell (Playwright/Director) is a leading voice in the convergence of live theatre and immersive technologies. Her work has appeared at Sundance Film Festival, the BBC, Sky Television, Cirque du Soleil, and multiple US and London theatre's. Cattell is a member of the LightPoets digital and immersive theatre collective, whose immersive graphic novel, PARTICLE, is being developed for live performance and as an AR mobile game. She is also under commission with San Francisco State University's Fabula(b) to adapt Shakespeare's KING LEAR into an AR immersive theatrical experience. She is a 3Arts awardee, a Joan Mitchell Center Fellow, a 2021 Illinois Artist Fellow and a Perkins Coie awardee. Cattell was the Maggio Directing Fellow at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, with whom she is currently collaborating with the world-renowned Electronic Visualization Lab at the University of Illinois to create HUMMINGBIRD, an immersive theatrical experience with VR.http://thefarsightedmonkey.com/Christopher Knowlton, Ph.D., is a freelance movement artist and independent choreographer based in Chicago. He has worked as a collaborative performer with many artists, including ATOM-r, Erica Mott, Sildance/Acrodanza, Same Planet Performance Project, Khecari, Synapse Arts and UChicago STAGE Lab, among others. His own work spans multiple performative, interactive and immersive forms that explore the intersections of art, science, dance and technology. His work has been featured locally and internationally, including in Science Magazine's Dance Your Ph.D. Competition, TEDxWindyCity in Chicago, DANSCIENCE Festival in Canberra, Brisbane and Sydney, Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival, the Movement Computing Conference, the International Society of Biomechanics and the Field Museum in Chicago. Chris is currently a Chicago Dancemakers Forum 2020 Lab Artist. In addition to performing and choreographing, Chris is a biomechanical research scientist and manages the Motion Analysis Laboratory at Rush University Medical Center.The Pivot Arts Podcast is produced, edited and hosted by Julieanne Ehre with additional editing and sound engineering by Hannah Foerschler and original music composed by Andrew Hansen. The podcast is a program of Pivot Arts, an adventurous performance organization based in Chicago. You can learn more about us at pivotarts.org or follow us @PivotArts. The Pivot Arts Podcast is sponsored by FLATS, a Chicago-based apartment community.
Quatre émissions enregistrées au Théâtre du Soleil à la Cartoucherie de Vincennes, à l'occasion de la nouvelle création de Mnouchkine « l'Île d'Or ». À l‘occasion de cette trente-quatrième création, ces entretiens permettront de parcourir les grands thèmes du Théâtre du Soleil, troupe créée en 1964, de raconter des fidélités artistiques et d'essayer de comprendre comment s'écrit un spectacle de Mnouchkine. Dans cette deuxième émission, nous recevons l'autrice Hélène Cixous. Invitées : - Ariane Mnouchkine, metteuse en scène de théâtre et animatrice de la troupe qu'elle a fondée en 1964, le Théâtre du Soleil. - Helene Cixous, auteure avec laquelle Ariane Mnouchkine travaille, depuis 1987, en écrivant des textes pour le Théâtre du Soleil ou en coordonnant les écritures collectives de la Troupe. Elles se sont rencontrées au début des années 70 et depuis « L'histoire terrible et inachevée de Norodom Sihanouk » en 1985, Hélène Cixous a écrit huit pièces pour le Théâtre du Soleil. Émission enregistrée au Théâtre du Soleil, à la Cartoucherie. Retrouvez toutes les dates et toutes les infos sur le spectacle « l'Île d'Or » ici.
L'info Expresso - Le choix de la sonnerie de notre réveil peut avoir un impact sur notre fatigue - Le "faire soi-même" à la mode Le winner du jour : - Elle n'a pas coupé ses cheveux depuis 30 ans, ils mesurent presque 2 mètres - Une star de téléréalité riche grace à ses pets La chanson du jour : Les Négresses Vertes "Sous le Soleil de Bodega" Le savoir inutile : La journée mondiale du nombre Pi Le Flash-Back du Double Expresso : "Hugo Délire" (1992) Le bonus du Double Expresso : Les anti-Noël ont leur marché à Londres Le jeu surprise (Le Petit Bac): Agnès de Connantre proche de Châlon en champagne repart avec le lot de consolation. La Banque RTL2 : Fabrice de Chevru proche de Coulommiers repart avec l'iPhone 13. Kévin de Crach proche de Vannes repart avec 2000€ chez H&H.
Si vous aimez le Book Club, vous allez dévorer Une bibliothèque féministe, notre livre co-édité avec les Editions de l'Iconoclaste, dans lequel Agathe Le Taillandier rassemble 18 femmes : chacune signe un texte dans lequel elle partage sa lecture fondatrice dans son parcours féministe. Un livre qui donne envie d'en lire plein d'autres que vous trouverez dans toutes les bonnes librairies. Et si vous souhaitez avoir accès à des épisodes exclusifs ainsi qu'aux coulisses de la création de nos podcasts (avant-premières de nos nouveaux podcasts, rencontres en ligne, soirées de lancement, bonus inédits...) vous pouvez vous abonner au Club Louie, à partir de 5 euros par mois ! Dans ce deuxième épisode, Camille Maestracci, qui a signé la troisième saison d'Injustices : À flots et à sang, nous invite dans sa bibliothèque dont elle a pensé elle-même la construction. Elle nous y parle de son complexe, celui qui lui donne “la boule au ventre” : ne pas lire assez. Pour cet épisode de hors-série de fin d'année, elle a choisi de nous parler d'un livre qui a été “une vraie claque, un choc littéraire” : Mémoires d'une jeune fille rangée, premier tome de l'autobiographie de Simone de Beauvoir. Camille Maestracci avait “assurément moins de vingt ans” lorsqu'elle a découvert l'histoire de cette femme qui “affirme dès son plus jeune âge sa volonté de “prendre son destin en mains”. Ce qui l'a marquée, c'est la force de caractère de Simone de Beauvoir, l'étendue de ses connaissances, des références convoquées dans ce roman qui ont réveillé chez la journaliste ce complexe de n'avoir “pas le quart de sa culture au même âge”.Mais surtout, c'est un livre qui donne envie “de lire plus, de lire mieux”. Au fil des pages, Camille Maestracci a eu l'impression de mieux connaître Simone de Beauvoir et “de mieux se connaître en même temps”.Le Book Club est un podcast présenté par Agathe Le Taillandier. Camille Maestracci répond aux questions de la journaliste Marjolaine Roget. Soukaïna Qabbal est à l'édition et à la coordination du Book Club. Marjolaine Roget a fait le montage de cet épisode et Jean-Baptiste Aubonnet a réalisé le mixage. Le Book Club est une création Louie Media aussi rendue possible grâce à Maureen Wilson, responsable éditoriale, Marion Girard, responsable de production, Charlotte Pudlowski, directrice éditoriale et Mélissa Bounoua, directrice des productions. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
recorded November 16, 2021 Thax, Jack and Bluestocking are here to talk Steampunk again! Already off topic with our experience in higher education and cost accounting? We stall for a guest, but it doesn't work out. We do get to talk about a great new book, The Kingdoms, that plays with concepts of timelines. Circque du Soleil is touring again, and can be found free on the 'tubes. Netflix has come out with Arcane, an Ay-May-Zing new show based on characters from the League of Legends video game. Jungle Cruise is now streaming on Disney+, so check that out too! The Kingdoms: https://www.amazon.com/Kingdoms-Natasha-Pulley/dp/1635576083? Cirque du Soleil - Kurios: https://www.cirquedusoleil.com/kurios Arcane: League of Legends: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arcane_(TV_series) Jungle Cruise: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0870154/ music provided by Zapsplat.com
Quatre émissions enregistrées au Théâtre du Soleil à la Cartoucherie de Vincennes, à l'occasion de la nouvelle création de Mnouchkine « l'Île d'Or ». À l‘occasion de cette trente-quatrième création, ces entretiens permettront de parcourir les grands thèmes du Théâtre du Soleil, troupe créée en 1964, de raconter des fidélités artistiques et d'essayer de comprendre comment s'écrit un spectacle de Mnouchkine. Première émission diffusée dans le cadre d'un cycle enregistré au Théâtre du Soleil, à la Cartoucherie. Dans cette nouvelle création, la 34ème, on retrouve tout l'art d'Ariane Mnouchkine, sa fascination pour le Japon, le goût de l'illusion théâtrale, la création collective et la quête de liberté et d'humanité. Invitée: Ariane Mnouchkine, metteuse en scène de théâtre et animatrice de la troupe qu'elle a fondée en 1964, le Théâtre du Soleil. Émission enregistrée au Théâtre du Soleil, à la Cartoucherie. Retrouvez toutes les dates et toutes les infos sur le spectacle « l'Île d'Or » ici.
Mark Fisher was Ray Winkler's external architecture examiner at University College in London before hiring him on at Mark Fisher Studios, with his indoctrination to the company, U2's “Popmart” and the Rolling “Stones Bridges to Babylon”. We discuss his years working with Mark on Cirque du Soleil's “KA”, the Beijing Olympics, U2's “360” all the way up until Mark's passing in 2013. Ray and Stufish have since gone to new heights designing immersive theaters in China as well as breaking new ground in Saudi Arabia. This was an incredible conversation.
Closing out 2021 with one of the most widely requested aerial duos- Girls Gone Rope! Eve and PJ talk about creating a duo rope act, the difference between festival and contract performing, and the importance of getting rid of Stressica. ----------------------------------------------- Please won't you be a Patreon?: http://www.patreon.com/theartistathlete This podcast is dedicated to CIRCUS. Aerialist, Shannon McKenna interviews guests from acrobats in Cirque du Soleil to circus therapists and everyone in between. Learn the backstage lives of those who flip, twist, sparkle, and shine under the big top. Find her online: www.theartistathlete.com Facebook: theartistathlete IG: @the_artist_athlete ----------------------------------------------- GGR Showreel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNpf4IuD4vA IG: @girls_gone_rope
Bailarina e coreógrafa fala de religião, grana, inclusão, ciência e mais "O vestuário do bailarino é a dor", conta a coreógrafa e diretora de espetáculos Deborah Colker. O esforço físico, os ensaios à exaustão, os calos causados pela sapatilha de ponta nunca foram estranhos ao universo da dançarina, mas nenhuma mácula física conseguiu preparar Deborah para o que ela enfrentaria com a nascimento de Theo. Diagnosticado com epidermólise bolhosa, uma doença genética sem cura, ele se tornou ao mesmo tempo uma felicidade enorme para a família, como o primeiro neto, e um meio para um crescimento espiritual. No início, os sentimentos dominantes foram de indignação e raiva, mas Deborah encontrou maneiras de remendar a alma. Buscou apoio tanto na fé quanto na ciência e hoje faz turnê com seu mais novo espetáculo, que reflete essa luta e não por acaso foi intitulado “Cura”. "A cura sempre existe. Se não é possível curar no plano físico, ela vem no plano intelectual, emocional ou espiritual", diz. A primeira mulher a dirigir o Cirque de Soleil no mundo e uma das peças mais importantes na criação da abertura dos Jogos Olímpicos no Rio de Janeiro, em 2016, Deborah Colker bateu um papo com o Trip FM para falar ainda de religião, grana, inclusão, ciência e mais. [IMAGE=https://revistatrip.uol.com.br/upload/2021/12/61b3808baa9bd/deborah-colker-coreografa-bailarina-tripfm-mh.jpg; CREDITS=Divulgação; LEGEND=Deborah Colker; ALT_TEXT=Deborah Colker] Trip. Seu novo espetáculo faz uma mistura de candomblé com judaísmo, uma fusão não vista comumente. Você também me falou um pouco da sua mãe, uma verdadeira yiddishe mama. Como é ser judia hoje em dia? Deborah Colker. Eu perguntei um dia para a minha mãe o que era ser judeu. Ela respondeu que ser judeu é gostar de ser judeu. A resposta me deu um alívio. Eu gosto muito e me reconheço judia em vários momentos. Eu tenho um compromisso com a vida que vem da educação judaica. Sempre fui muito estimulada a me aproximar das artes, meus pais acreditavam que a arte é transformadora. O meu lado judeu passa muito mais pela maneira de pensar do que pela religiosidade. Você tem uma conjunção de características muito especial, algo que talvez torne o seu trabalho o que ele é. E dentro desses atributos existe uma característica que, por si só, abriga outras milhares, que é ser carioca. O que é ser carioca? Ser carioca é gostar da rua. Eu adoro a rua. Eu sou uma artista internacional, mas é impressionante como sou carioca. Já tive todas as oportunidades de ficar fora, mas eu adoro a esquina da minha casa, eu adoro beber a uma cachacinha lá. Eu gosto desse leque que o Rio de Janeiro tem: essa cidade tão misturada, tão inspirada. Eu me conecto com o mundo através do Rio. Você é uma pessoa que trabalha muito em equipe. Mas você é brava no ambiente de trabalho ou é fofa? Fofa é uma palavra que não me cabe. Eu boto na mesa, se alguém vier com uma ideia melhor do que a minha eu logo falo que é legal. Mas se a ideia for ruim eu logo critico também. Quando eu estou fazendo algo é porque estou apaixonada: aquilo é a minha carne. Eu sou intensa, obsessiva. O espetáculo pode ser em Londres ou o de fim de ano da minha escola, é o mesmo compromisso. Sou explosiva: se precisar quebrar um prato eu quebro, mas não quebro na cabeça da pessoa, não.
Disneyland After Dark is back for 2022, limited-time festivals returning to Disneyland Resort in 2022, ABC's midseason shows have been announced, all seasons of The Office are coming to Freeform, and the season two premiere event is set for Disney Channel's Secrets of Sulphur Springs. Plus, legendary animator Eric Goldberg on summoning a Genie, staying at home with Goofy, and creating pure magic in Cirque du Soleil's Drawn to Life.
Les étoiles que nous observons dans le ciel, au moyen d'une lunette, ou d'un télescope, ont des couleurs variées. D'où viennent de telles différences ?Des couleurs variéesSi on contemple les étoiles par un beau soir d'été, elles nous apparaissent le plus souvent de la même couleur. En effet, on les voit toutes plus ou moins blanches. Cette uniformité de couleurs est due à l'éloignement de ces étoiles. Aussi loin de nous, elles sont en effet peu lumineuses.En fait, les étoiles ont bel et bien des couleurs variées. Il suffit, pour s'en rendre compte, de les observer avec une lunette ou un télescope.On s'aperçoit alors que certaines étoiles sont plutôt bleues, alors que d'autres tirent vers le rouge ou vers le jaune.Des étoiles classées en plusieurs catégoriesLa couleur des étoiles dépend en fait de leur température. Contrairement à ce que l'on pourrait croire, ce sont les étoiles les plus chaudes qui sont bleues. Et elles deviennent rouges quand leur température s'abaisse.C'est un peu le même phénomène qui se produit quand on chauffe une barre de fer. Au début de l'opération, elle prend une coloration rouge, avant de devenir blanche si on la chauffe plus longtemps. Une fois fondue, elle vire même au bleu.Certaines étoiles arborent une couleur jaune, comme notre Soleil. Ce sont celles qui se situent entre les étoiles les plus chaudes et les plus froides.Ces trois couleurs principales se déclinent, en fonction de leur température, en nombreuses nuances. C'est ainsi que, dès le XIXe siècle, l'astronome américain Henry Draper a classé les étoiles en sept catégories.Ainsi, les étoiles les plus chaudes, qui sont très lumineuses et d'un bleu soutenu, appartiennent à la classe 0. Dans la catégorie suivante, la classe B, on trouve des étoiles où la température est un peu moins élevée; elles tirent plutôt vers un blanc bleuté.Au contraire, les deux dernières classes, K et M, concernent les étoiles les plus froides. Dans la première, se trouvent des étoiles jaune orangé, tandis que la seconde regroupe des astres à la couleur rouge. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ho Ho Ho Buddy Buddies, it's the most wonderful time of the year! This week we bring back a fan favorite from our OG files. Tis a holiday special unlike any other and a confusing entry to a beloved franchise. In this week's episode, we will be discussing a film from a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. The year was 1978 and the galaxy was the deranged mind of someone in Hollywood who thought this was a good idea. Oh yes, ready yourselves and take a big ol' shot or toke of whatever "force" can get you through it, because this week, we are talking "The Star Wars Holiday Special." This film is pretty much your least favorite Wookie sitcom with individual scenes that are all about 90% longer than they should be, shot with the quality of... let's say your local furniture stores going out of business commercial and starring the original cast of Star Wars and a hodgepodge of 1978 celebrity du jours (or as decided by CBS). Guys, this movie delivered everything we could have asked for in a bad holiday movie set in the backdrop of one of the most beloved franchises of all time. There were Cirque de Soleil holograms, lead characters named Itchy and Lumpy, Snowy discovers her favorite new YouTube channel, The Doctor reveals that she is fluent in Wookie, we get a glimpse into the world of VR Wookie porn and even a song by Bea Arthur can't save this ship from going down. The Doctor is beguiled by a mini Jefferson Starship performance, we discover Chewy may be a deadbeat dad, none of the actors wanted to be there, Storm Troopers are dicks and Snowy is smitten with a young Mark Hamil's smokey eye lewk all while doing Chewbacca impressions as often as she can. All this and so much more on this week's Reel Fun Times.
Adrienne speaks with IN-Q. IN-Q is an award-winning poet, multi-platinum songwriter, and the best-selling author of Inquire Within. His groundbreaking achievements include being named to Oprah's SuperSoul 100 list of the world's most influential thought leaders, being the first spoken word artist to perform with Cirque du Soleil, and being featured on A&E, ESPN, and HBO's Def Poetry Jam. He's inspired countless audiences around the world through his performances and storytelling workshops. Many of his recent poetry videos have gone viral with over 70 million views combined, and his stand up poetry special, IN-Q – Live at the Ace Theatre, is now streaming exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.The Power Hour podcast gets to know other people's processes to greatness. Join Adrienne as she invites guest speakers from coaches, creatives and innovators to discuss their daily habits and the key to achieving personal success and well-being. Whether you want to build a business, write a book or run a marathon, the Power Hour is going to help you get there faster! You can follow Adrienne on Instagram / Twitter / Facebook Outro music by Paul Herbert Music.Produced at Jamz Studio See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Many people dream of running away to join the circus, but today's guest, who spent 6 years performing with Cirque du Soleil wanted to run away FROM the circus. What happened next was something she never could have imagined. ---------------------------------------------------------- Please won't you be a Patreon?: http://www.patreon.com/theartistathlete This podcast is dedicated to CIRCUS. Aerialist, Shannon McKenna interviews guests from acrobats in Cirque du Soleil to circus therapists and everyone in between. Learn the backstage lives of those who flip, twist, sparkle, and shine under the big top. Find her online: www.theartistathlete.com Facebook: theartistathlete IG: @the_artist_athlete ---------------------------------------------------------- My interview in Corine's podcast: https://www.corinemoments.com/
As Will watches Lauren and Kieran walk away together, Kym comes in and dramatically switches off the light and locks the door. She then expresses her discomfort at having to spy on their coworkers to discover Lune's identity. She suggests they visit the Golden Clover and also introduces their new team name: Soleil. After spending some time getting lost, they finally reach the Golden Clover, where they meet with Karen, the manager. She shows them unclaimed items left from the night of the raid, and Kym notices a winter coat (Lauren's). Kym tries her best to channel Lauren's detective abilities, which Will claims makes her look like a racoon. Kym suspects that one Lune member is female, primarily tipped off by the increasingly suspicious Lady A. When Will wonders why Kym left the coat behind, she doesn't answer his question, but we gather than she is already suspecting Lauren. Meanwhile, we see Kieran in his apartment, unlocking the door to his mysterious room. ***
54, Mommy, Do You Miss Your Mommy? Cara Lidberg lives in Orlando, Florida. She dabbles in many parts of life, including Mom-life, being a wife, griefy things, CBD and Wine! She spent over fifteen years as a professional dancer. She danced for the Orlando Magic while in college, on cruise ships after that, and in Las Vegas for multiple shows, including Cirque du Soleil.Eventually she left that life to explore more things mama. She married her husband and has 2 beautiful children. She has brought dancing back into her life by creating reels with several of her friends and she uses her Instagram platform to share all the feels, no matter what they're related to. Sharing her feelings publicly, especially those dealing with grief, is something Cara is continually working on as she knows sharing her own story might help others. Cara did not spend her life getting to know her father. She had just reconnected with him , only to learn of his passing right before they were to spend Thanksgiving together, and she definitely felt time with him was stolen from her. Cara's mother was her person. Cara said she knew in her heart that her mom was going to die when she heard that she was going to have a daughter. Unfortunately, her parents never got to meet her children, so Cara has been navigating life as a parentless parent. Cara is the woman she is today and she is able to be the mom she is today because of her mom. Instagram -www.instagram.com/takingcaramamasLinktree - linktr.ee/caralidberg This is a Back Home Media production, recorded and produced in Phoenix, AZ. Music by Colen Lococo and The Revolving Birds.Like what you hear? Helped by what you heard? Have something to share? https://www.patreon.com/parentlesspodcastEmail: email@example.comInstagram: @parentlesspodcastVoicemail: 623.396.6069You are not alone.
À l'image du prince Charles, l'actuel prince de Galles et fils aîné d'Elisabeth II, Louis de France a passé sa vie au pied du trône de son prédécesseur, Louis XIV. Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast Europe 1 Studio "Au cœur de l'Histoire", Clémentine Portier-Kaltenbach retrace la vie de celui que l'on surnomme le "Grand Dauphin", et qui a vécu 49 ans dans l'ombre du roi Soleil.
durée : 00:05:42 - Le journal de presque 17h17 - par : Charline Vanhoenacker, Alex Vizorek - De l'apparition de nouveaux variants de Covid aux révélations du documentaire Envoyé Spécial sur Nicolas Hulot en passant par la visite d'Emmanuel Macron au Vatican, voici les actualités de ce vendredi 26 novembre.
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