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Geburt und Schwangerschaft- Die Friedliche Geburt
263 – Wir feiern 5 JAHRE PODCAST Die Friedliche Geburt! – ADVENTSMEDITATION

Geburt und Schwangerschaft- Die Friedliche Geburt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 17:05


Kaum zu glauben: mein Podcast Die Friedliche Geburt ist 5 Jahre alt!!! Wenn ich gefragt werde, wie lange ich das eigentlich schon mache, antworte ich meist „Hm so 3 bis 4 Jahre glaube ich...“ Jetzt habe ich mal nachgezählt und komme auf unglaubliche 263 Podcastfolgen! Und ich habe es tatsächlich geschafft, jeden einzelnen Sonntag in dieser Zeit ohne eine einzige Lücke, eine Podcastfolge heraus zu bringen. Es gab sogar mal einen Grippe-Podcast, als ich verschnupft im Bett lag... Ich hätte das sicher nicht so durchgezogen, wenn ich nicht so viel wunderbares Feedback meiner Hörer*innen bekommen hätte und auch viele tolle Themenvorschläge, was mich einfach weitermachen ließ. Mir erzählte mal eine Hörerin, dass sie wirklich ausnahmslos alle Podcastfolgen gehört habe. Kannst du da mithalten?! Welche Themen und Kategorien magst du besonders? Hast du eine Lieblingsfolge? Worüber soll ich unbedingt mal sprechen und vielleicht auch mit welchem/er spannenden Interviewgast/gästin? Bin so gespannt auf deine Kommentare, gerne auch auf meinem Instagram Account https://www.instagram.com/die.friedliche.geburt/ Zur Feier des Tages möchte ich dir ein bisschen Zeit für dich mit meiner Adventsmeditation bereiten, mit der du dich in der stressigen Vorweihnachtszeit stärken kannst. Ich freue mich auf viele weitere Podcastfolgen & wünsche dir ganz viel Freude und Entspannungszeit beim Hören! Alles Liebe Deine Kristin

The Sean Hannity Show
Joe Concha - November 16th, Hour 3

The Sean Hannity Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 30:34


Joe Concha, Fox News Media Analyst & Author of C'mon Man, and Mark Simone, Host of the Morning Show on WOR, discuss the media lunacy that has already begun with the Trump 2024 announcement last night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Breaking Walls
BW - EP133—007: Thanksgiving With I Love A Mystery—The Show Is Cancelled

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 40:23


Initially running at 7:45PM, Mutual moved I Love a Mystery to 10:15 in 1950. Although geared for teenagers, it was obviously not standard juvenile programming. Many listeners remembered tuning in under blankets with the lights down low. But, as entertaining as the program was, by 1952, television was taking over in big cities. One Man's Family began running on TV in 1949. Tony Randall appeared in telecasts. Mutual ran as a cooperative, rather than a corporation. The network's top stations — WOR in New York, WGN in Chicago, and Don Lee's KHJ in Los Angeles — all boasted powerful signals. But, while Mutual had the most affiliated stations of the big four networks, many of these were small stations in rural areas. This limited their advertiser appeal. As families left cities and farms for the suburbs, the network's shared programming structure left it at a distinct disadvantage against NBC, CBS, and ABC. Those three networks would use their soaring revenue to move into TV. Although some Mutual affiliates developed television programming, the full network was never able to launch into TV. With dramatic radio on its way out, the writing was on the wall. The final Mutual I Love A Mystery adventure aired on December 26th, 1952. By then the Red Scare was a major issue in the entertainment industry, as Himan Brown remembered.

FAST & CURIOUS
S4/E01: #TheOne - die richtigen Menschen finden I Business & Self Development I Massenentlassungen

FAST & CURIOUS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 57:54


Da ist sie auch schon: die vierte Staffel “Fast & Curious”! Und Lea und Verena sind sich nach einer ereignisreichen und inspirierenden letzten Staffel einig: die positive Energie der Community, die motivierende Atmosphäre und vor allem das konstruktive Feedback sind Gold wert. Für die neue Staffel wurde gebrainstormt, optimiert und auch der eigene Fokus gechallenged! Dabei herausgekommen ist ein neues Gerüst, das Lea, Verena und ihren vielen Ideen noch mehr Raum zum Aufblühen lässt - mit neuen Gästen, neuen Themen, neuen Inspirationen und allem Interessanten aus dem Leben der beiden. Fast & Curious wird zum Business und Self-Development Podcast! Apropos neue Wege: Verena wurde nicht nur zur Profi-Bahnfahrerin befördert, sondern taucht gemeinsam mit Lea in das oft unterschätzte Thema “Hiring” ein. Die passenden Kolleg*innen und Partner*innen zu finden, zu halten und zu fördern, erfordert weit mehr als nur Strategien und auch mal das eigene Bauchgefühl. Wie wichtig ist das persönliche Potenzial? Wie kann aus einer Schwäche eine Stärke werden? Worüber redet man am Airport, wenn der Flug Verspätung hat? Und was können wir aus individuellen Energielevels ablesen und lernen? Verena hat mit ihrem FC Viktoria auf jeden Fall die richtigen Menschen gefunden und ist immer noch Feuer und Flamme, denn ganz nach dem Motto “Change The Game” passiert nicht nur auf dem Spielfeld eine Menge! Wer aktuell durch Berlin läuft, sollte auf jeden Fall die Augen offen halten oder am kommenden Sonntag dem Stadion Lichterfelde einen Besuch abstatten. 00:00:51 Im “Catchup” verkünden Lea und Verena die neue Ausrichtung von Fast & Curious und darüber, was euch zukünftig erwarten wird. 00:10:02 Im “Deep Dive” geht es darum, die richtigen Menschen zu finden. Worauf sollte man achten und was spricht für oder gegen eine Zusammenarbeit? 00:42:32 In der “Schlagzeile der Woche” sprechen Lea und Verena über Elon Musks Twitter- Übernahme und die darauffolgenden Massenentlassungen. 00:50:28 Bei “Was bewegt mich” nimmt uns Verena mit auf die Reise des FC Viktoria Berlin in die erste Bundesliga. Und das letzte Wort hat heute Verena.

Blue Moon | Radio Fritz
Abschweifen - mit Ingmar Stadelmann

Blue Moon | Radio Fritz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 118:06


Das war eure Sendung! Ingmar Stadelmann hat sich auf eure Geschichten, Erlebnisse und Probleme gefreut. Wo brennt‘s auf der Seele, wo nervt das Leben euch gerade oder wo ist es gerade schön? Was regt euch auf, wo könnt ihr Hilfe gebrauchen? Erlebt ihr auch mal schöne Sachen? Worüber wollt ihr sprechen?

Heirloom Radio
Witch's Tale - The Wonderful Bottle - 1932- Horror_Suspense_Halloween

Heirloom Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 32:45


Audio Introduction provides information about the program and introduces this track produced 90 years ago on WOR.. The Mutual Radio Network. There is a second "The Witch's Tale" mentioned that will be posted as a separate track. It is entitled "The Devil's Number" and was recorded on May 2, 1938... just a month before the series ended. Both of these tracks will be stored in two places... on "The Horror/Suspense" Playlist and the "Halloween" Playlist

Muttersprache Podcast - Der USA Auswanderer Podcast
JULIA FOSTER: Von der Limonade über Gärten zum Herzens-Projekt Autorin - Boston, Massachusetts

Muttersprache Podcast - Der USA Auswanderer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 53:38


Heute begrüßen wir im Muttersprache Podcast Julia Foster. Vor ihrer Auswanderung in die USA vor 11 Jahren lebt Julia mit ihrem jetzigen Ehemann in England. Als dieser an der Uni in Boston einen Job annimmt, stellt sich für sie die Frage, wo sie in Zukunft leben will. Die Entscheidung fällt letzten Endes auf die USA und so zieht die schwangere Julia ihrem Mann hinterher. Nach einigen Jahren zu Hause (die Familie ist inzwischen um drei Kinder gewachsen) will Julia sich selbstständig machen. Von der Limonaden-Business-Idee und einem Gärtner-Business landet sie schließlich bei ihrer wahren Passion: Dem Schreiben. Jetzt erscheint bereits ihr zweites, selbst publiziertes Buch - und das ist erst der Anfang! Worüber Julia am liebsten schreibt, worum es in ihren Büchern geht und wieso dies besonders für Auswanderer interessant ist, erfahrt ihr heute hier in dieser Folge.https://jgfoster.com/Instagram: @jgfosterauthorDu willst selbst auswandern? Hol dir die kostenlose Muttersprache Podcast Auswanderer Checkliste: https://www.muttersprachepodcast.com/ChecklisteDen Muttersprache Podcast findest du u.a hier und ich freue mich sehrüber eine 5 ️️️️️Sterne Review von Dir:Apple: shorturl.at/asEJ2Spotify:  shorturl.at/erEGXYouTube: shorturl.at/fBHY2Google:shorturl.at/istBMAmazon Music: shorturl.at/efBNWWebsite: https://www.muttersprachepodcast.com

Breaking Walls
BW - EP132—008: Mutual Mystery Shows Of The 1940s—Halloween 1948 With The Shadow And Sherlock Holmes

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 17:10


At 5PM Mutual's most famous program, The Shadow signed on. The show was in its eleventh season on the air in 1948. Andre Baruch handled emcee duties while Grace Matthews played Margo Lane. Bret Morrison was Lamont Cranston. Halloween's episode was called “Murder By A Corpse.” This season's Shadow rating was 13.2. It was Mutual's highest-rated show. As night descended on New York on October 31st, temperatures dropped into the upper 40s and an eerie fog rolled in. Police were ready for mischief as children went trick or treating. The Halloween tradition was still seen by many as an act of begging and vandalism. In response, members of the Madison Square Boys Club paraded through the Lower East Side carrying a banner that read "American Boys Don't Beg.” Politically, Progressive Henry Wallace was making a dent in Harry Truman's campaign. On Election Day, Truman still carried the City, collecting 1.6 million votes to Dewey's 1.1 million, but Henry Wallace received over four-hundred thousand votes. It's this split that allowed Thomas Dewey to narrowly win New York state by sixty-thousand votes, giving the republicans forty-seven important electorates. At home, the Mutual Broadcasting System's prime time programming featured news and music, but at 7PM literature's most famous detective—Sherlock Holmes—took to the air from WOR. Sherlock Holmes peaked on radio between 1939 and 1946 with Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce playing Holmes and Watson. They made over a dozen films and their rating climbed to 14.1 in 1942 on NBC. The next year, the entire cast moved to the Mutual Broadcasting System. Petri wine sponsored the series. Famed radio character actor Harry Bartel became the announcer. They remained on Mutual for three seasons until Holmes left for ABC. Basil Rathbone stayed with Mutual to star in a new series called Scotland Yard. Nigel Bruce still played Watson while Tom Conway became Holmes. When the Semler Company discontinued sponsorship in the spring of 1947, ABC canceled the show. That summer Clipper Craft Clothing signed to pay the bills. The program moved back to Mutual with John Stanley as Holmes and Alfred Shirley as Watson. By Halloween 1948 it was airing Sundays at 7PM. As radio audiences changed, Holmes and Watson couldn't keep up. That Spring Mutual canceled the series. ABC revived it for one final season before the last version of an American Sherlock Holmes series departed the air.

Breaking Walls
BW - EP132—006: Mutual Mystery Shows Of The 1940s—The House Of Mystery

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 15:04


By October 31st, 1948, The Mutual Broadcasting System's flagship WOR in New York was approaching its twenty-seventh anniversary. It was argued that no station matched its signal coverage. WOR-Mutual was known for its cop shows, soap operas, and on Sundays, it's mysteries. At 4PM eastern time, House of Mystery signed on for General Foods. John Griggs was Roger Elliott, ghost hunter and scientist of the supernatural. The show was directed by Olga Druce, who guided the program along a fine line. Because House of Mystery was geared for children, it couldn't be overtly gruesome or vulgar.

Der schöne Morgen | radioeins
Harald Welzer: “Veröffentlichte Meinung bildet Bevölkerung nicht ab.”

Der schöne Morgen | radioeins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 30:57


Meistens gehen die Wünsche von Florian Schroeder nicht in Erfüllung. Zu luftig, zu ungenau, dann lassen die sich auch nicht so leicht erfüllen. Heute ist aber anscheinend sein Glückstag. Vor ziemlich genau einer Woche hatte er im Podcast gesagt, dass er gerne mal persönlich mit Sozialpsychologe Harald Welzer sprechen möchte. Worüber? Zum Beispiel über Florians Kritik an Richard David Precht beim radioeins Kommentatoren-Talk. Nicht zuletzt geht es aber um das neue Buch von Harald Welzer, verfasst zusammen mit Richard David Precht. Es trägt den Titel “Die vierte Gewalt” und beschäftigt sich mit den Medien und deren Fähigkeit, eine Mehrheitsmeinung zu erzeugen, obwohl diese vielleicht gar nicht die Meinung der Mehrheit ist. Der Ausgangspunkt für eine hitzige Debatte. – Außerdem bei Wach und Wichtig: Die Nachwehen von Niedersachsen und störende Vögel in Flugzeugturbinen.

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning
Congressman Lee Zeldin Republican running for Governor against Kathy Hochul

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 9:14


Zeldin challenged Gov. Hochul to a debate on WOR's morning show to talk about the issues destroying New York.

Das Feature - Deutschlandfunk
Morgens um halb zehn - Arbeitswelten in Deutschland und Japan

Das Feature - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 50:50


Sechs Menschen erzählen vom Alltag ihrer Arbeit. Drei von ihnen leben in Japan, drei in Deutschland. Sie putzen, sie bringen Menschen auf die Welt und sie beerdigen die Toten ihres Landes. Wie unterscheiden sich ihre Arbeitswelten? Worüber denken sie nach, morgens um halb zehn?Von Julia Shimurawww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Das FeatureDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Breaking Walls
BW - EP132—002: Mutual Mystery Shows Of The 1940s—The Mysterious Traveler

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 15:15


Written and directed by Robert Arthur and David Kogan, The Mysterious Traveler first aired over the Mutual Broadcasting System on December 5th, 1943. Mostly sustained, the show was heard on virtually every night of the week. There were frequent gaps in its runs, but it was always good for a revival. It was cheap to produce; there were no major film stars to pay, and plenty of New York radio actors willing to work for union scale. With that said, it was popular enough to spawn a comic book and magazine. Maurice Tarplin played the title role with a good-natured malevolence. The traveler mostly narrated from an omniscient perch. He came to his listeners in the night, riding a phantom train. The opening signature was the distant wail of a locomotive whistle, fading in gradually until the rumble of the train could be heard. The stories ran from crime drama to wild science fiction. David Kogan later recalled that he broke into radio with Bulldog Drummond, Shadow and Thin Man scripts. He met Robert Arthur in Greenwich Village, suggesting they team up. The pair developed Dark Destiny, which aired on Mutual from August 26th, 1942 through March 11th, 1943. They came up with the Mysterious Traveler concept and prepared three sample scripts. Norman Livingston bought it for WOR. As independent producers, they were paid a flat rate for the whole package. Any money they saved by using the same actor in multiple roles went into their own pockets, so they used the best character actors in New York radio. Kogan also directed the series. This episode, “Death is My Caller” featured Santos Ortega, Agnes Young, Ted Jewett, and Neil O'Malley. Along with The Mysterious Traveler, Kogan and Arthur also wrote a season of Nick Carter, The Strange Dr. Weird, The Sealed Book, and later Murder By Experts. The Mysterious Traveler would air until September of 1952.

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.
#343 Vom Durcheinander zum Durchbruch - Mehr Selbstvertrauen & Produktivität mit Kingsley Kyeremeh

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 44:41


Wie produktiv bist du in deinem Leben? Wie viele Dinge tust du, um dich zu beschäftigen? Du hast das Gefühl, dass du zu wenig Selbstvertrauen hast? Über diese & mehr Themen spreche ich mit dem Persönlichkeitstrainer & Experten für Selbstvertrauen & Produktivität Kingsley Kyeremeh. Worüber wir sprechen: Wie ist Kingsley zum Thema Persönlichkeitsentwicklung gekommen? Wie findest du das, was du machen willst? Wie produktiv bist du in deinem Leben? Kommst du im Leben voran? Warum tust du das, was du tust? Wie kannst du dein Selbstvertrauen steigern? Wo ist der Unterschied zwischen Selbstbewusstsein & Selbstvertrauen? Problem: Ich fange immer wieder Dinge an, bringe sie aber nicht zu Ende! Was kannst du tun? Was ist eine Strategie für das Erreichen deines Zieles? Wie kannst du deine Selbstachtsamkeit erhöhen? Zeitmanagement - was sind Kingsleys besten Tools? Welches Schulfach würde Kingsley gerne kreieren? Mehr von Kingsley: Homepage: https://kingsley-kyeremeh.com/s/kingsley-kyeremeh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/der.kingsley/ Mehr über Persönlichkeitsentwicklung: https://www.functional-basics.de/basics/persoenlichkeitsentwicklung/

Breaking Walls
BW - EP132—001: Mutual Mystery Shows Of The 1940s—The Seedy Underworld Of Coney Island

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 34:41


By October of 1947, nearly eleven million babies had been born in the U.S. since the end of World War II. Young parents were staying home with their children. Movie attendance bombed. The 1947-48 season had the largest radio audience in history. Homes with radios jumped 6%, car radios 29%. NBC, CBS, ABC, and Mutual added nearly one-hundred fifty affiliates. Ninety-seven percent of the nation's AM stations were now linked to one of the big four. Network revenue topped $200 Million. World War two had created fundamental changes in society. While men of all races and creeds were overseas spilling the same colored blood, women mobilized and took charge of the workforce. When veterans were discharged, they returned home with different ideals, and what we'd now call PTSD. As new cars, roads, and homes brought young families to the suburbs, racial descrimination came to the forefront in the face of the G.I. Bill, where a much higher percentage of white Americans were having their applications accepted. On October 29th, the national civil rights committee delivered a report to the White House. The document made thirty-five specific recommendations, including asking the President to create a permanent Federal commission on civil rights. President Truman said that he'd study the report with great care and recommend that all citizens do the same thing. Americans were organizing. In the year after VJ Day, more than five million struck for better wages and benefits. This hurt key sectors of the economy and stifled production. Consumer goods in high-demand were slow to appear on shelves and in showrooms, frustrating Americans who desperately wanted to purchase items forsaken during the war. It caused the largest inflation rise in the country's modern history, and the Taft-Hartley Act, limiting the power of Labor Unions. President Truman was seemingly at odds with Congress over every domestic policy and his approval rating sank to 32%. Reelection the following year seemed unlikely. The U.S. War Debt topped two-hundred-forty billion dollars. Emerging as one of the world's leaders, America was expected to have the largest hand in rebuilding Europe. News outlets reported that, to create European stability, Americans should resume sacrifices they made during the war. Not agreeing to do so could result in political enemies taking over the continent. That October, as the major networks were enjoying the largest ratings in radio history, one network, The Mutual Broadcasting System, was still struggling to grab audiences. Airing out of WOR in New York, The Shadow was the network's most-listened to program. While it pulled a rating of thirteen — strong for a show airing on Sundays at 5PM easten — it was nowhere near radio's top fifty. Mutual's top stations — WOR in New York, WGN in Chicago, and Don Lee's KHJ in Los Angeles — all boasted powerful signals and had equal shares in the network. And, while Mutual reached four-hundred affiliates in 1947 and would add another hundred over the next year, many of these were small stations in rural areas. This limited their advertiser appeal. Mutual was run as a cooperative, rather than a corporation. As families left cities and farms for the suburbs, the network's shared programming structure left it at a distinct disadvantage against NBC, CBS, and ABC. Those three networks would use their soaring revenue to move into TV. Although some Mutual affiliates developed television programming, the full network was never able to launch into TV. That's not to say MBS didn't have quality programming. Just the opposite, and with Halloween around the corner, tonight we'll delve into Mutual's horror, mystery, and suspense shows of the late 1940s.

Breaking Walls
BW - EP131: Orson Welles is The Shadow (1937 - 1938)

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 174:04


In Breaking Walls we spotlight Orson Welles' time as The Shadow in 1937-38. —————————— Highlights: • Orson Welles' on The March of Time and The Columbia Workshop • The Shadow as Narrator • Les Misérables • WOR and Network Radio In The Fall of 1937 • The Shadow Launches With Orson Welles • Jeanette Nolan and The Temple Bells of Neban • Early Reviews • Agnes Moorehead and The Three Ghosts • The Circle of Death • The Mercury Theater Leaves The Shadow • Orson In The Fall of 1938 • Looking Ahead to Halloween with Mutual Broadcasting —————————— The WallBreakers: http://thewallbreakers.com Subscribe to Breaking Walls everywhere you get your podcasts. To support the show: http://patreon.com/TheWallBreakers —————————— The reading material used in today's episode was: • This is Orson Welles — by Peter Bogdanovich with Orson Welles • Citizen Welles — by Frank Brady • On the Air — By John Dunning • The Shadow: History and Mystery of the Radio Program — By Martin Grams Jr. • Network Radio Ratings — By Jim Ramsburg • Discovering Orson Welles — by Jonathan Rosenbaum • WOR: The First Sixty Years As well as articles from • Billboard • The New York Times • Variety —————————— On the interview front: • Agnes Moorhead spoke to Chuck Schaden. Hear the full chat at SpeakingOfRadio.com. • Rosa Rio and William N. Robson spoke with Dick Bertel and Ed Corcoran for WTIC's The Golden Age of Radio. Hear these full chats at Goldenage-WTIC.org • Jeanette Nolan spoke with SPERDVAC. For more info, go to SPERDVAC.com. • Agnes Moorehead and Orson Welles spoke with Dick Cavett. • Orson Welles also spoke with Peter Bogdanovich, Johnny Carson, Merv Griffin, and Dinah Shore. • Jack Poppele spoke with Westinghouse. • And Walter B. Gibson, Rosa Rio, Ken Roberts, and Sidney Sloan spoke for the 1984 documentary, The Story of the Shadow —————————— Selected music featured in today's episode was: • Teenage Brain Surgeon — By Spike Jones and His Orchestra —————————— A special thank you to Ted Davenport, Jerry Haendiges, and Gordon Skene. For Ted go to RadioMemories.com, for Jerry, visit OTRSite.com, and for Gordon, please go to PastDaily.com. —————————— Thank you to: Tony Adams Steven Allmon Orson Orsen Chandler Phil Erickson Jessica Hanna Perri Harper Briana Isaac Thomas M. Joyce Ryan Kramer Earl Millard Gary Mollica Barry Nadler Christian Neuhaus Aimee Pavy Ray Shaw Filipe A Silva John Williams —————————— WallBreakers Links: Patreon - patreon.com/thewallbreakers Social Media - @TheWallBreakers

Jungunternehmer Podcast
Gründung und internationale Expansion aus Asien heraus – Dana von der Heide, Parcel Perform

Jungunternehmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 48:24


Dana von der Heide hat Parcel Perform mitgegründet und in vielerlei Hinsicht einen unüblichen Weg gewählt: Sie hat nicht nur in Singapur/Asien gegründet, sondern in ihrem Logistik Startup sitzen auch bis zu 50 % Frauen! Was sie zu diesem (Fort-)Schritt bewegt hat, erzählt sie dir im Interview.Außerdem lernst du das:Wieso gründet man ein Logistik-Saas-Unternehmen in Asien?Wie haben Corona & Co. das eCommerce-Businessmodell beeinflusst? Wie strukturiert man internationales Fundraising?Wie strukturiert man einen Recruiting-Prozess, der es auch Quereinsteigern erlaubt bei der Firma anzufangen?Die Kapitel:01:37 Wieso SaaS in Singapur & was macht ihr?05:33 Wie hat es angefangen & wie habt ihr euch positioniert?10:25 Wie nehmt ihr die Entwicklungen im eCommerce wahr?12:33 Wie wird die Herkunft eurer Software aufgenommen?15:25 Welche Bereiche außer Tech spielen noch eine große Rolle?16:53 Worüber gewinnt ihr eure Kunden?18:04 Wie sind die Kulturunterschiede bei euch?21:53 Wie habt ihr euer Team aufgebaut?25:58 Habt ihr direkt global gedacht oder eher auf die Zielgruppe?28:30 Self Service vs. Integration30:13 Learnings aus dem weltweiten Fundraise33:29 Optimierungen beim Fundraising37:05 Warum ein so großer Frauenanteil & wie habt ihr das hingekriegt?40:39 Wie hired ihr & was sind die Kriterien?43:37 Was ist für euch beim Team wichtig?Dana von der HeideLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danavonderheide/ Parcel Perform: https://www.parcelperform.com/ WHATSAPP NEWSLETTER:1-2x wöchentlich bekommst du eine persönliche Sprachnotiz oder Inhalte von mir, die dich zu einem besseren Gründer machen, melde dich jetzt mit einem Klick an: https://jungunternehmerpodcast.com/newsletter DU GRÜNDEST EIN STARTUP?Falls du bei deiner Startup Gründung Hilfe brauchst, meld dich gerne. Fabian, der Host dieses Podcasts, arbeitet mit diversen Startups die zwischen Pre-Seed und Series A stecken zusammen und vielleicht kann er dir ja auch helfen: https://jungunternehmerpodcast.com/startup-advisory Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning
Hour 4: Two contestants join Len and Michael to play Tag Team Trivia

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 32:36


WOR's Alice Stockton Rossini gets reaction to the plan to shelter migrants in tents.

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.
#342 Sport als Leidenschaft - lass Bewegung ein Teil deines Lebens werden mit Franziska Uhlmann

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 47:27


Fehlende Motivation zum Sport, bestmögliche Regeneration & was ist Calisthenics? Über diese & mehr Themen spreche ich mit der Sportwissenschaftlerin, Trainerin, Turnerin & Calisthenics Athletin aus Leidenschaft Franziska Uhlmann. Worüber wir sprechen: Was ist Calisthenics? Wie ist Franzi zum Sport gekommen? Was kannst du mit einem Sportstudium machen? Ernährung & Training - Umsetzbare Tipps Wo sind die Unterschiede zwischen Training & Bewegung? Wie motivierst du dich zum Training? Was sind Franzis Regenerationsmaßnahmen? Wie bringt Franzi die Zeit fürs Training auf? Frauen in einem männerdominierenden Sport Wie schaffst du den ersten Klimmzug? Wie geht Franzi mit Rückschlägen um? ... Mehr von Franzi: Instagram Franzi: https://www.instagram.com/fraizn_u/ Instagram Rabet Calisthenics Leipzig: https://www.instagram.com/rabet_28/ Homepage: https://www.calisthenics-leipzig.de/ Mehr über die Basics für gesunde Bewegung: https://www.functional-basics.de/basics-schmerzfreie-bewegung/

THE WORD
WE WILL NOT BE SHAKEN - Olen Griffing - Audio

THE WORD

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 41:16


Be encouraged by our guest speaker - Pastor Olen Griffing - as he reminds us of the truth in Hebrews 12:25-29 for today; when Christ's Church is not yet finished; as we continue hearing His Word for us now and worshipping Him.

THE WORD
WE WILL NOT BE SHAKEN - Olen Griffing - Video

THE WORD

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 41:16


Be encouraged by our guest speaker - Pastor Olen Griffing - as he reminds us of the truth in Hebrews 12:25-29 for today; when Christ's Church is not yet finished; as we continue hearing His Word for us now and worshipping Him.

CHURCH ONLINE
WE WILL NOT BE SHAKEN - Olen Griffing - Audio

CHURCH ONLINE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 41:16


Be encouraged by our guest speaker - Pastor Olen Griffing - as he reminds us of the truth in Hebrews 12:25-29 for today; when Christ's Church is not yet finished; as we continue hearing His Word for us now and worshipping Him.

CHURCH ONLINE
WE WILL NOT BE SHAKEN - Olen Griffing - Video

CHURCH ONLINE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 41:16


Be encouraged by our guest speaker - Pastor Olen Griffing - as he reminds us of the truth in Hebrews 12:25-29 for today; when Christ's Church is not yet finished; as we continue hearing His Word for us now and worshipping Him.

WORD CHANNEL
WE WILL NOT BE SHAKEN - Olen Griffing

WORD CHANNEL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 41:16


Be encouraged by our guest speaker - Pastor Olen Griffing - as he reminds us of the truth in Hebrews 12:25-29 for today; when Christ's Church is not yet finished; as we continue hearing His Word for us now and worshipping Him.

SPECIAL SPEAKERS
WE WILL NOT BE SHAKEN - Olen Griffing

SPECIAL SPEAKERS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 41:16


Be encouraged by our guest speaker - Pastor Olen Griffing - as he reminds us of the truth in Hebrews 12:25-29 today; when Christ's Church is not finished yet; as we continuing hear His Word for us now and worshipping Him.

Auf den Tag genau
Käthe Miethe: Hamsterfragen

Auf den Tag genau

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 6:40


Wir erinnern uns alle an die leeren Regale des ersten Pandemie-Lockdowns. Hamsterkäufe sorgten für Mangel an Toilettenpapier, Mehl und Hefe – damit konnten die glücklichen Käufer und Käuferinnen den ganzen Zyklus der Brotproduktion, Verspeisung und Ausscheidung autark und bequem gewährleisten. Worüber viel, und auch soeben an dieser Stelle, gespottet wurde, hatte 1922 dann doch viel ernstere Hintergründe. Die wirtschaftliche Krise, die rasante Inflation, rechtfertigtenß schon eher den Einkauf von Grundnahrungsmitteln in größeren Mengen, bevor sich, oftmals nur Stunden später, ihr Kaufpreis vervielfachte. Schon 1922 sprach man - und in dieser Folge konkret Käthe Miethe in der Deutschen Allgemeinen Zeitung vom 14. September von „Hamsterkäufen“. Es liest Paula Leu.

Breaking Walls
BW - EP131—007: Orson Welles Is The Shadow—Early Reviews

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:48


The September 29th, 1937 issue of Variety said “that melodramatic and at times astonishing crime fighter, “The Shadow,” returns to the ether to probably find a rather sizable slice of listeners waiting for him. In this series the sponsor will benefit from having a program aimed right at the vulnerability of the audience it seeks. Orson Welles, a young and good actor still riding a crest of recognition won with the Federal Theatre Project, does the title role. “The Shadow is a bit fantastic, but as with these things, the stunt stands muster with the show's listeners and appreciably colors the proceedings. Well done, both as to script, acting, and producing.” Both Billboard and Radio Daily also gave the program positive reviews. A blizzard of mail came into WOR. Shadow fan clubs sprang up across the country. Welles would occasionally appear at promotions donning a black cape, hat, and mask. Oddly enough, because Welles was constantly rushing from one part of New York to the other, Frank Readick, who'd previously voiced the Shadow as narrator, was kept on to record the show's opening signature, giving Welles a few more minutes to get into the studio.

Jungunternehmer Podcast
Sind Turbokapitalismus & Soziales vereinbar? – Paula Schwarz, Aktivistin & Investorin

Jungunternehmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 55:25


Paula Schwarz engagiert sich mit Herzblut für die, die ohne Perspektive kommen. Aufgrund ihrer familiären Hintergründe geht es in diesem Podcast viel um persönliches:Wie du die Kontrolle über dein Leben zurückgewinnen kannst, wenn du gerade das Gefühl hast, dass alles schiefläuft?Wie kann man auch ohne Unterstützung im eigenen Umfeld erfolgreich werden?Zieht Geld toxische Menschen an?Wie geht man mit toxischen Menschen in seinem Leben um?Konflikt mit Menschen, die du liebst: Vergebung vs. stur seinGehen Venture Capital und soziales Engagement zusammen?Die Kapitel: 01:28 Was passiert aktuell bei NFTs for Refugees?02:52 Wieso tust du, was du tust?06:16 Was hast du aus den Erfahrungen für dich mitgenommen?08:04 Gab es einen Moment, wo der Prestige-Gedanke deinem Willen überwog?14:27 Hast du das Gefühl, die Kontrolle zurück zu haben?16:44 Wie stehst du zu Familie?19:02 Worüber definierst du dich heute?22:33 Was würdest du anderen mit auf den Weg geben?25:52 Dein Umfeld beeinflusst dich29:12 Wie definierst du toxisch?32:18 Wie vertragen sich Venture Capital und Social Impact?37:10 Kannst du zwischen beiden Welten vermitteln?41:23 Schwarz-Stiftung43:03 Hast du grundlegendes Misstrauen gegenüber Menschen?47:23 Welche drei Eigenschaften wünschst du dir für deine Kinder?50:07 Was würdest du jemandem raten, der gerade das Gefühl hat, die Kontrolle zu verlieren?52:45 Wie kann man dir im Moment helfen?Paula SchwarzLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulaschwarz/NFTs 4 Refugees: https://landing.awardpool.com/nfts-4-refugees WHATSAPP NEWSLETTER:1-2x wöchentlich bekommst du eine persönliche Sprachnotiz oder Inhalte von mir, die dich zu einem besseren Gründer machen, melde dich jetzt mit einem Klick an: https://jungunternehmerpodcast.com/newsletterDU GRÜNDEST EIN STARTUP?Falls du bei deiner Startup Gründung Hilfe brauchst, meld dich gerne. Fabian, der Host dieses Podcasts, arbeitet mit diversen Startups die zwischen Pre-Seed und Series A stecken zusammen und vielleicht kann er dir ja auch helfen: https://jungunternehmerpodcast.com/startup-advisory Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning
WOR's reporter Alice Stockton-Rossi

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 9:59


WOR's reporter Alice Stockton-Rossi finds out if we have lost our manners at work.

Composers Datebook
Reisenberg and Mozart

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 2:00


Synopsis During her lifetime, pianist Nadia Reisenberg was regarded as one of this country's finest concert artists. She performed at Carnegie Hall 22 times, often with the New York Philharmonic. But she made history on today's date in 1939 as she embarked on a series of concert performances encompassing of all 27 of the Mozart Piano Concertos. These were live radio broadcasts conducted by Alfred Wallenstein, originating at WOR in New York, relayed coast-to-coast via the Mutual Network and the CBC in Canada, and overseas via short wave. There were 29 broadcasts in all, one a week, starting on September 12, 1939 and ending on March 26, 1940. Mozart's 27 piano concerts were first published in 1850, almost 60 years after the composer's death, but before Reisenberg's broadcasts, no one had performed ALL of them in such a series. The French composer and pianist Camille Saint-Saens played 9 Mozart concertos in Paris in 1864/1865, and 11 during a series in London in 1910, but Reisenberg was the first to perform all 27 in one concert sequence, since even Mozart himself never played them all in just one season. Amazingly, live aircheck recordings of most of these historic radio broadcasts have survived and are now part of the Nadia Reisenberg Collection in the International Piano Archives at Maryland. Music Played in Today's Program Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) –Piano Concerto No. 26 in D, K. 537 (Coronation) (Nadia Reisenberg; WOR studio orchestra; Alfred Wallenstein, cond.) (r. March 19, 1940) IPA of Maryland Reisenberg Mozart Piano Concertos CD 13

MTMT Podcast - Wir machen Fitness anwendbar.
MTMT #191 - Andi & Kuis STREITEN!

MTMT Podcast - Wir machen Fitness anwendbar.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 66:41


► Webinar: Der Constraints Led Approach - Die Zukunft des Coachings (live am 20.09.2022) https://www.mtmt.life/education/webinare/mtmt-webinar-3-constraint-led-approach/ Im MTMT Podcast #191 streiten Andi und Kuis! Die beiden haben sich Themen ausgesucht, bei denen die Meinungen (vermeintlich) auseinander gehen. Wieso ist Andi so sehr gegen den Extension Bias? Was ist mit bilateralen Bewegungen? Wie sehr ist das “Gespüre & Gefühle” (Muscle Mind Connection) Teil unseres Trainings und mit wem priorisieren wir diesen Ansatz mehr oder weniger? Eins ist klar: Wenn man den CLA (Constraints Led Approach) versteht, ist das die halbe Miete! Worüber sollen die beiden als nächstes streiten? Kommentiert eure Themen auf Youtube und Instagram! Viel Spaß bei dieser Folge! ► (02:00) Ein neues Podcast-Format? ► (13:00) Andi und der Extension Bias ► (32:00) Bessere Fragen stellen! ► (40:00) Fühlen, Spüren und die Muscle Mind Connection ► (48:00) Muskel spüren vs. Muskel treffen // Fühlen vs. BALLERN ► (51:30) Der Constraints Led Approach ► Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mtmtgym ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mtmt.gym ► Online Coaching, Apparel und Personal Training: https://www.mtmt.life/store ► Wenn Ihr Fragen oder Anregungen habt, kontaktiert uns auf unseren Social Media Kanälen oder schreibt uns unter podcast@mtmt.life !! MTMT Gym ist ein Team von Coaches aus München. Seit 10 Jahren begleiten wir ALLE Arten von Menschen auf ihrem persönlichen Weg. In unserer täglichen Arbeit widmen wir uns den Themen Training, Ernährung, Regeneration und Stress-Management. Wir geben bessere Antworten auf die Fragen der Fitnessbranche, mit dem Ziel Athleten und Coaches NACHHALTIG erfolgreich zu machen. MTMT Content ist (meistens) frei von Dogma, Mythen und Bullshit - REAL, TRUE, UNTERHALTSAM und ANWENDBAR.

The Smart Human with Dr. Aly Cohen
Bioethics with guest Arthur L. Caplan, PhD

The Smart Human with Dr. Aly Cohen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 68:14


Dr. Caplan is currently the Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor and founding head of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU Grossman School of Medicine in New York City. Prior to coming to NYU, Dr. Caplan was the Sidney D. Caplan Professor of Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine in Philadelphia, where he created the Center for Bioethics and the Department of Medical Ethics. He has also taught at the University of Minnesota, where he founded the Center for Biomedical Ethics; the University of Pittsburgh; and Columbia University. He received his PhD from Columbia University. Dr. Caplan is the author or editor of 35 books and more than 800 papers in peer reviewed journals. His most recent books are Vaccination Ethics and Policy (MIT Press, 2017, with Jason Schwartz) and Getting to Good: Research Integrity in Biomedicine (Springer, 2018, with Barbara Redman). He has served on a number of national and international committees including as chair of the National Cancer Institute Biobanking Ethics Working Group; chair of the Advisory Committee to the United Nations on Human Cloning; and chair of the Advisory Committee to the Department of Health and Human Services on Blood Safety and Availability. He has also served on the Presidential Advisory Committee on Gulf War Illnesses; the Special Advisory Committee to the International Olympic Committee on Genetics and Gene Therapy; the Special Advisory Panel to the National Institutes of Mental Health on Human Experimentation on Vulnerable Subjects; the Wellcome Trust Advisory Panel on Research in Humanitarian Crises; and as the co-director of the Joint Council of Europe/United Nations Study on Trafficking in Organs and Body Parts. Dr. Caplan has served since 2015 as a chair of the Compassionate Use Advisory Committees (CompAC), independent groups of internationally recognized medical experts, bioethicists, and patient representatives that advise Johnson & Johnson's Janssen Pharmaceuticals on requests for compassionate use of its investigational medicines. Dr. Caplan is a regular commentator on bioethics and health care issues for WebMD/Medscape, WGBH radio in Boston, WOR radio in New York City, and CNN. He appears frequently as a guest and commentator on various other national and international media outlets. Dr. Caplan is the recipient of many awards and honors including the McGovern Medal of the American Medical Writers Association and the Franklin Award from the City of Philadelphia. He was a USA Today 2001 “Person of the Year” and was described as one of the ten most influential people in science by Discover magazine in 2008. He has also been honored as one of the fifty most influential people in American health care by Modern Health Care magazine, one of the ten most influential people in America in biotechnology by the National Journal, one of the ten most influential people in the ethics of biotechnology by the editors of Nature Biotechnology, and one of the 100 most influential people in biotechnology by Scientific American magazine. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he is co-directing an advisory group on sports and recreation for the U.S. Conference of Mayors, created a working group on coronavirus vaccine challenge studies, developed an ethical framework for distributing drugs and vaccines for J&J, and helped develop rationing policies for NYU Langone Health and many other health systems. He is a member of the WHO advisory committee on COVID-19, ethics, and experimental drugs/vaccines, and he helped set policy for WIRB/WCG for research studies. He was an adviser to Moderna, Inc., and he serves on the NCAA COVID-19 Medical Advisory Group. Dr. Caplan received the Patricia Price Browne Prize in Biomedical Ethics for 2011. In 2014, he was selected to receive the Public Service Award from the National Science Foundation/National Science Board, which honors individuals and groups that have made substantial contributions to increasing public understanding of science and engineering in the United States. In 2016, the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) honored him with its Rare Impact Award; that year he also received the Food and Drug Law Institute's Distinguished Service Leadership Award and the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities' Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2019, he was honored by the Reagan-Udall Foundation for the FDA with its Innovation Award. Dr. Caplan's faculty page: https://med.nyu.edu/faculty/arthur-l-caplan Dr. Caplan holds seven honorary degrees from colleges and medical schools. Dr. Caplan's electronic long-form (ELF) disclosure statement can be found here: https://bit.ly/3ilyprJ Dr. Caplan's twitter address: https://twitter.com/arthurcaplan?s=21&t=RLCoVC9ZUsFtn5g_mllyxw COI disclosures. https://bit.ly/3eixl7l Working Group on Compassionate Use and Preapproval Access (CUPA) https://med.nyu.edu/departments-institutes/population-health/divisions-sections-centers/medical-ethics/research/working-group-compassionate-use-preapproval-access Vaccine Working Group on Ethics and Policy http://vaccineworkinggroupethics.org/ Working Group on Pediatric Gene Therapy & Medical Ethics https://med.nyu.edu/departments-institutes/population-health/divisions-sections-centers/medical-ethics/research/working-group-pediatric-gene-therapy-medical-ethics Transplant Ethics and Policy https://med.nyu.edu/departments-institutes/population-health/divisions-sections-centers/medical-ethics/research/transplant-ethics-policy  

Breaking Walls
BW - EP131—004: Orson Welles Is The Shadow—WOR And Network Radio In The Fall Of 1937

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 3:04


The voice at the top of this clip is that of former WOR chief engineer Jack Poppele. The station went online on February 22nd, 1922. In 1934, WOR became one of the flagship stations of the Mutual Broadcasting System. The next March, Poppele was chiefly responsible for the creation of radio's first directional antenna just as WOR increased its power to fifty-thousand watts. In December of 1936, Don Lee's west coast chain of networks joined Mutual, giving it coast-to-coast access. But in the fall of 1937 The Mutual Broadcasting System had no top-fifty rated shows. Seventy-four percent of the U.S. population now had a radio set. Sunday evening's most-heard shows belonged to Edgar Bergen, who pulled a 32.1, and Jack Benny, who pulled a 29.5. Both ran on NBC Red. Overall NBC's Red Network had twenty-six of the nation's top fifty shows, while CBS had nineteen, and NBC's Blue Network had five. WOR's Sunday afternoon programming had concerts, sports, and news bulletins. Their schedule was ripe for a new melodrama.

Aha! Zehn Minuten Alltags-Wissen
Wer oder was ist die "Öffentlichkeit"?

Aha! Zehn Minuten Alltags-Wissen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 8:33


Worüber reden wir, wenn wir von Öffentlichkeit sprechen? Wer gehört dazu? Und warum ist das wichtig? Andras Rosenfelder weiß wie kompliziert, umstritten und wichtig der Begriff für unser Zusammenleben ist. Wir klären außerdem, was sich hinter dem Wort Somniloquie verbirgt. "Aha! Zehn Minuten Alltags-Wissen" ist der neue Wissenschafts-Podcast von WELT. Wir freuen uns über Feedback an wissen@welt.de. Produktion: Serdar Deniz Redaktion: Felix Zwinscher Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html

Breaking Walls
BW - EP131—003: Orson Welles Is The Shadow—Les Misérables

Breaking Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 14:38


By late spring in 1937, the Federal Theater Project was under intense scrutiny for staging what some felt were too many left-leaning labor plays. In Washington, there were rumors funds would be cut. At the same time, Welles and John Houseman were rehearsing a production of The Cradle Will Rock. The play took place in "Steeltown, USA.” It followed the efforts of Larry Foreman to unionize the town's workers. This was to combat the wicked Mister Mister, who controls Steeltown's factory, press, church, and social organizations. Less than three weeks before the play was to open on June 23rd, The WPA shut down the project. Welles went to Washington to argue his case. He failed. Next, he threatened to open the play himself. The government's response was severe. A dozen uniformed guards took over the building. They stood at the front entrance, the box office, and in the alley outside the dressing rooms to ensure no government property was touched. But, John Houseman discovered an out. As U.S. citizens, the actors were free to enter as audience members and rise from their seats to speak their lines, so long as they weren't on stage. The Cradle Will Rock played in the aisles. The next day everyone was fired, but it was front-page news. That summer NBC featured a series of Shakespeare dramas with John Barrymore, while CBS aired Shakespeare adaptations featuring Humphrey Bogart and Leslie Howard. To battle for listeners, Mutual scheduled a seven-week take on Victor Hugo's Les Misérables, hiring Orson Welles to write, direct, and star in the production. Les Misérables debted on Friday, July 23rd, 1937 at 10PM, over WOR in New York. The production also marked the radio debut of the Mercury Theatre troupe. Martin Gabel was Javert. Alice Frost, Fantine. Virginia Nicolson, the adult Cosette, and it also featured soon-to-be radio mainstays like Ray Collins, Everett Sloane, Betty Garde, Hiram Sherman, Frank Readick, Richard Widmark, and Welles' good friend, Agnes Moorehead. From July 23rd through September 3rd, Les Misérables captured public interest. In a press release, Welles referred to the broadcast as a “projection” of what radio could dramatically evolve into. The series had begun solely on the east coast, but audience reaction induced Mutual's officials to give it full coast-to-coast coverage. It cemented Welles as someone who could write, produce, direct, and act for radio.

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.
#341 Wie du dir dein sinnhaftes, ortsunabhängiges Online-Business aufbaust mit der Online Unternehmerin Franziska Friedl

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 52:06


Wie ist es eine digitale Nomadin zu sein & ein reines Onlinebusiness aufzuziehen? Über ihre Hürden, ihren Ängsten & mehr spreche ich mit Online Business Coachin, Social Media & Personal Branding Expertin & Online Unternehmerin Franziska Friedl. Worüber wir sprechen: Was benötigt es für dein Onlinebusiness? Wie entwickelst du dein Brand? Wie findest du deine Talente? Wo sind die Unterschiede zwischen Personal Branding & Coorperate Branding? Was waren Franzis Hürden in ihrem Business & Learnings? Wie gehst du mit Prokrastination um? Wie entdeckst du dein Feuer in dir? Wie geht Franzi mit Ängsten um? Was sind die Basics als Unternehmer/ Unternehmerin? Mehr von Marie: Homepage: https://franzis-footprints.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/franzis_footprints/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/franzisfootprints Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4cXh8rPj37VRPuxVZvWkDQ?si=bffa2277f5884da8 Mehr über Persönlichkeitsentwicklung: https://www.functional-basics.de/basics/persoenlichkeitsentwicklung/

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.
#340 Wie alles in deinem Leben möglich wird! Im Gleichgewicht zwischen Körper & Geist mit Marie Dittrich

Functional Basics - Die Basis für deine Gesundheit, mehr Lebensqualität & Performance im Leben.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 56:50


Kennst du das Gefühl außerhalb deines Gleichgewichts zu sein? Dir fehlt die innere Balance & du weißt nicht, wo du beginnen sollst? Um die wertvolle Impulse auf deinen Weg zu geben, habe ich mir die Personal Trainerin für Körper & Geist & Gründerin von Bewegungskind Marie Dittrich eingeladen. In ihrer Arbeit verbindet sie mentalte prozessarbeit mut funktionellen & präventiven Training für eine natürliche Körperregulation, maximale Energie & Vitalität. Worüber wir sprechen: Wie kam Marie selbst zu den Themen (u.a. Essstörung) Wer ist der innere Richter? Maries besten Fragen an dich für mehr Leichtigkeit. Welches Schulfach würde Kingsley gerne kreieren? Mehr von Marie: Homepage: https://www.bewegungskind.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/bewegungskind Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bewegungskind Podcast: https://www.bewegungskind.com/podcast-1 Mehr über Persönlichkeitsentwicklung: https://www.functional-basics.de/basics/persoenlichkeitsentwicklung/

Heirloom Radio
It Pays To Be Ignorant - What is a Bargain Sale? Aug. 30, 1946 - AFRS

Heirloom Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 32:46


A very popular show on this podcast... with a rather "catchy" title. The title almost kept the show from ever going on the air. Networks thought it was too insulting. WOR in NYC took a chance and the show was a success that ran 11 years on Mutual, CBS, and NBC - 1942-51. It was especially popular with our troops overseas during WWII and thus was broadcast over the Armed Forces Radio Service who also managed to keep the transcription disks in good shape so that we can enjoy the show even today. Oh, and if the band sounds "loopy" that is how they are supposed to sound... audience loved them! This will be stored in the "Game Shows" Playlist

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning
Hr 4 - Caroline's owner Caroline Hirsh talks about the return of the New York Comedy Festival

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 32:20


Caroline's owner Caroline Hirsh talks about the return of the New York Comedy Festival and WOR's Alice Stockton-Rossini gets reaction about those outdoor dining sheds.

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning
WOR's Alice Stockton-Rossini

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 5:55


WOR's Alice Stockton-Rossini reports on moving migrants into a famed luxury times square hotel.

Beyond the Legal Limit with Jeffrey Lichtman
Breaking: The Raid on Mar-a-Lago

Beyond the Legal Limit with Jeffrey Lichtman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 38:18


This special, mid-week podcast is two NYC radio interviews Jeff did about the execution of a search warrant at President Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. The first interview occurred right after the FBI search was revealed and was heard on the WABC radio show The Other Side of Midnight with Frank Morano; the following interview was Tuesday morning on WOR's Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning. The interviews are filled with emotion, anger, and shock that such a thing could occur in America today.

Non-Productive.com
Pixel Pitch Podcast – Episode 10 – Wizard of Wor (1980)

Non-Productive.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 35:34


Pixel Pitch final foray into the world of 1980 leads to the Wizard of Wor with Al, Kitt, and Philanna and guest Frank! Join our [...]

Shades of Havana
Shades of Havana: Asbury Park, Real Estate, Florida Tax & Lifestyle, Mark Simone 71, Ballots & More

Shades of Havana

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 42:18


Welcome to MRD Productions all new "Shades of Havana™" featuring Host David Zimmel whose smoking E.P. Carillo Pledge,  President of Parkwest Property Appraisals Matthew Nolan , Co-Owner of Gelber Associates & Retiree DDS Marc B.Gelber and Private Security/Bodyguard & Real Estate Investor, Bruce Belfer. In this episode David will talk about the transformation of Asbury Park, it's locals leaving due to being priced out, real estate, travel, Florida tax and lifestyle, corruption in politics, challenges of finding good candidates, Mark Simone 710 WOR, Covid Masks, drug overdoses, freedom of speech, ballot counting, Elon vs Twitter & Cigar LoungesSOH  Video EpisodeAudio Podcast: If you are ever at the Jersey Shore and looking for good atmosphere and people to smoke with, stop by say hello to Nick Foster at Asbury Park Cigar & Tobacco in Asbury Park, NJ. For more information about Asbury Park Cigar & Tobacco visit https://www.facebook.com/apcigar/.What is Shades of Havana? Shades of Havana is an audio/video podcast featuring cigar aficionado lifestyle.  SOH will travel remote locations feature everyday men and women who come together to share a cigar and talk about life. Each episode's conversations will be steered by our show host and will shift to highlight each celebrity guest. Topics will vary from sports, travel, current events, politics, relationships, cigars, TV, film, liquor and business. So if enjoy a nice cigar, a cocktail and stimulating conversation, SOH is the show for you…Shades of Havana YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtxa...Shades of Havana Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Shadesofhava...Shades of Havana Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shades_of_h...Shades of Havana Twitter: https://twitter.com/havanashadesofShades of Havana 5 Puffs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdkA...

The Hermetic Hour
Hermetic Yoga at the OHM Shasta Conclave

The Hermetic Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 42:00


This last weekend, July 22nd through the 24th, The Ordo Hermeticus Mysteriorum held its long postponed (due to the pandemic) conclave at Mt, Shasta Resort, Mt, Shasta, California. Attending were nearly thirty officers of the Order (R.R. et A.C.) Led by worshipful Paul Clark and Gracious Lady Cindy Forbes. Guest Speakers were Right Worshipful Kevin Townley (author of 'The Cube of Space") Chic and Tabatha Cicero (noted Golden Dawn authorities) worshipful Merrick Rees Hamer (G.D. Temple Chief, C.H.S. Vice President and Phylos in BEYOND LEMURIA, which was shown on the 24th) and Carroll "Poke" Runyon (Frater Thabion, OTA Magister and President of C.H.S., writer and producer of BEYOND LEMURIA). Poke's Lecture "Hermetic Yoga" was assisted by "The Head" created by V.H. Frater SithMeth (Max Paul) which is shown above with the event coffee cup and the rose given to us by Wor. Paul Clark.           The text of the lecture follows and will be presented on the Hermetic Hour this week and then, with the power point illustrations included became a video on the Ordo Templi Astartes You Tube channel.