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SMJ #39 - Pena de Morte  

SMJ #39 – Pena de Morte Um dos maiores tabus do mundo moderno é a Pena de Morte. São vários os países ao redor do mundo que praticam a pena capital como mecanismo jurídico de punição oficial. Desde países claramente autoritários como a Arábia Saudita até países que simbolizam a democracia – não sem críticas – como os Estados Unidos da América, a Pena de Morte é discutida, questionada e muitas vezes legitimada. Hoje, em pleno século XXI, a Pena de Morte está em ascensão no mundo, fato esse que exige uma reflexão sobre a racionalidade ou não de sua aplicação. Para tanto, convidamos para o SMJ dessa semana dois estudiosos do Direito Penal e da Filosofia da Pena para contribuir com essa discussão: Guilherme Lucchesi* e Nikolai Olchanowski**. Ouça já! ========= Indicado no programa: Livros: An eye for an eye? – Stephen Nathanson Um general na biblioteca – Ítalo Calvino Filmes e séries: À espera de um milagre (1999) Death Note (2003-2006) Sites: www.deathpenaltyworldwide.org Podcast: More Perfect, episódio Cruel and Unusual ========= Comentários, sugestões, críticas: contatosalvomelhorjuizo@gmail.com Twitter: @SMJPodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/salvomelhorjuizo/ Instagram: @salvomelhorjuizo Assine o Feed: feeds.feedburner.com/salvomelhorjuizo Compartilhe, divulgue, ajude-nos nesse projeto! Agora o SMJ faz parte da rede de podcasts AntiCast! Acesse: www.anticast.com.br *Guilherme Lucchesi é advogado criminalista e professor de direito penal. Mestre e doutorando em Direito Penal, atua no Tribunal do Júri e é habilitado para advogar nos EUA. **Nikolai Olchanowski é advogado criminalista e professor de direito penal. Faz mestrado em Direito Penal com especialidade em Filosofia da Pena e da Punição.

Trump Calls Hillary "Trigger Happy", FBI Director Defends Clinton Email Probe, Trump's Tax Returns  

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announce Wednesday that his finance minister, Luis Videgaray, is out of his cabinet, a Mexican federal government official confirmed to CNNE. "I would like to publicly express my highest recognition, not only as president, but also personally to someone who, without a doubt, has been a collaborator who has been deeply committed with the efforts our republic's governments in order to propel Mexico's transformation," Peña Nieto said at a news conference. "He has been a government official who was committed to Mexico and loyal to the republic's president. Thank you very much, Luis, for your service to our nation." The circumstances surrounding Videgaray's exit were not immediately clear. But a Mexican government official and a source close to the Mexican government both told CNN previously that the idea to extend invitations for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to meet with Peña Nieto came from the finance ministry. Trump and Peña Nieto met last week. Trump's whirlwind visit to Mexico and private meeting with Peña Nieto gave the real estate mogul the visual of meeting with a foreign leader. Yet the trip later devolved into finger-pointing after Peña Nieto and Trump delivered contradicting accounts of the closed-door sit-down. Both leaders are unpopular in Mexico. Trump has pledged to build a wall along the US-Mexico border and force the southern neighbor to pay for it. Peña Nieto has said unequivocally that his country will not pay for it. Mexico invited Trump to show that it could work with the Republican nominee if he were to win, according to the source close to the government. Yet the foreign ministry was not aware of the invitations to Trump and Clinton, said the Mexican government official.

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Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announce Wednesday that his finance minister, Luis Videgaray, is out of his cabinet, a Mexican federal government official confirmed to CNNE. "I would like to publicly express my highest recognition, not only as president, but also personally to someone who, without a doubt, has been a collaborator who has been deeply committed with the efforts our republic's governments in order to propel Mexico's transformation," Peña Nieto said at a news conference. "He has been a government official who was committed to Mexico and loyal to the republic's president. Thank you very much, Luis, for your service to our nation." The circumstances surrounding Videgaray's exit were not immediately clear. But a Mexican government official and a source close to the Mexican government both told CNN previously that the idea to extend invitations for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to meet with Peña Nieto came from the finance ministry. Trump and Peña Nieto met last week. Trump's whirlwind visit to Mexico and private meeting with Peña Nieto gave the real estate mogul the visual of meeting with a foreign leader. Yet the trip later devolved into finger-pointing after Peña Nieto and Trump delivered contradicting accounts of the closed-door sit-down. Both leaders are unpopular in Mexico. Trump has pledged to build a wall along the US-Mexico border and force the southern neighbor to pay for it. Peña Nieto has said unequivocally that his country will not pay for it. Mexico invited Trump to show that it could work with the Republican nominee if he were to win, according to the source close to the government. Yet the foreign ministry was not aware of the invitations to Trump and Clinton, said the Mexican government official.

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Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announce Wednesday that his finance minister, Luis Videgaray, is out of his cabinet, a Mexican federal government official confirmed to CNNE. "I would like to publicly express my highest recognition, not only as president, but also personally to someone who, without a doubt, has been a collaborator who has been deeply committed with the efforts our republic's governments in order to propel Mexico's transformation," Peña Nieto said at a news conference. "He has been a government official who was committed to Mexico and loyal to the republic's president. Thank you very much, Luis, for your service to our nation." The circumstances surrounding Videgaray's exit were not immediately clear. But a Mexican government official and a source close to the Mexican government both told CNN previously that the idea to extend invitations for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to meet with Peña Nieto came from the finance ministry. Trump and Peña Nieto met last week. Trump's whirlwind visit to Mexico and private meeting with Peña Nieto gave the real estate mogul the visual of meeting with a foreign leader. Yet the trip later devolved into finger-pointing after Peña Nieto and Trump delivered contradicting accounts of the closed-door sit-down. Both leaders are unpopular in Mexico. Trump has pledged to build a wall along the US-Mexico border and force the southern neighbor to pay for it. Peña Nieto has said unequivocally that his country will not pay for it. Mexico invited Trump to show that it could work with the Republican nominee if he were to win, according to the source close to the government. Yet the foreign ministry was not aware of the invitations to Trump and Clinton, said the Mexican government official.

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Donald Trump flew into a nation he has constantly berated during his campaign to meet President Enrique Peña Nieto and said they discussed a wall Trump has vowed to build on the US southern border, but not his demand that Mexico pay for it -- an assertion the Mexican president later disputed. "Who pays for the wall? We didn't discuss," Trump had said when asked by a reporter during a news conference following their meeting in Mexico City. "We did discuss the wall. We didn't discuss payment of the wall. That'll be for a later date." But Peña Nieto later claimed the two had discussed the wall and who would pay for it -- and he had "made it clear" to Trump it wouldn't be Mexico. "At the start of the conversation with Donald Trump, I made it clear that Mexico will not pay for the wall," Peña Nieto tweeted, after their meeting Wednesday. He added that his conversation with the Republican nominee then moved on to other topics in a respectful fashion. Jason Miller, Trump's senior communications adviser, called the meeting "the first part of the discussion and a relationship builder" between the two men, after Peña Nieto tweeted. "It was not a negotiation, and that would have been inappropriate. It is unsurprising that they hold two different views on this issue, and we look forward to continuing the conversation," he said in a statement. In subsequent interviews in Mexico, Peña Nieto reiterated his version of events. He told CNN affiliate Televisa in an interview late Wednesday some of the positions Trump has taken "are a threat to Mexico." He also told the outlet he was very clear with Trump about the subject of a wall at the border and insisted Mexico would not pay for it and he made Trump aware that the people of Mexico had been "very insulted." Peña Nieto, speaking alongside Trump during their joint appearance, twice stressed the "responsibility" he has to defend Mexican people around the world and said Trump has made "assertions that regrettably had hurt and have affected Mexicans." "The Mexican people have felt hurt by the comments that have been made. But I am sure that his genuine interest is to build a relationship that will give both of our society's better welfare," Peña Nieto said. Trump apparently left his tough deal-making persona at home as he received a presidential-style news conference on foreign soil while on a high-risk trip to Mexico on Wednesday. The visit appeared to be an attempt to bolster Trump's credentials as a potential world leader, following searing attacks on his temperament by his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. The spur-of-the-moment trip also came hours before Trump was due to deliver a speech in Arizona meant to clarify his murky immigration policy amid signs he is softening his prior promise to deport 11 million undocumented migrants.

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Donald Trump flew into a nation he has constantly berated during his campaign to meet President Enrique Peña Nieto and said they discussed a wall Trump has vowed to build on the US southern border, but not his demand that Mexico pay for it -- an assertion the Mexican president later disputed. "Who pays for the wall? We didn't discuss," Trump had said when asked by a reporter during a news conference following their meeting in Mexico City. "We did discuss the wall. We didn't discuss payment of the wall. That'll be for a later date." But Peña Nieto later claimed the two had discussed the wall and who would pay for it -- and he had "made it clear" to Trump it wouldn't be Mexico. "At the start of the conversation with Donald Trump, I made it clear that Mexico will not pay for the wall," Peña Nieto tweeted, after their meeting Wednesday. He added that his conversation with the Republican nominee then moved on to other topics in a respectful fashion. Jason Miller, Trump's senior communications adviser, called the meeting "the first part of the discussion and a relationship builder" between the two men, after Peña Nieto tweeted. "It was not a negotiation, and that would have been inappropriate. It is unsurprising that they hold two different views on this issue, and we look forward to continuing the conversation," he said in a statement. In subsequent interviews in Mexico, Peña Nieto reiterated his version of events. He told CNN affiliate Televisa in an interview late Wednesday some of the positions Trump has taken "are a threat to Mexico." He also told the outlet he was very clear with Trump about the subject of a wall at the border and insisted Mexico would not pay for it and he made Trump aware that the people of Mexico had been "very insulted." Peña Nieto, speaking alongside Trump during their joint appearance, twice stressed the "responsibility" he has to defend Mexican people around the world and said Trump has made "assertions that regrettably had hurt and have affected Mexicans." "The Mexican people have felt hurt by the comments that have been made. But I am sure that his genuine interest is to build a relationship that will give both of our society's better welfare," Peña Nieto said. Trump apparently left his tough deal-making persona at home as he received a presidential-style news conference on foreign soil while on a high-risk trip to Mexico on Wednesday. The visit appeared to be an attempt to bolster Trump's credentials as a potential world leader, following searing attacks on his temperament by his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. The spur-of-the-moment trip also came hours before Trump was due to deliver a speech in Arizona meant to clarify his murky immigration policy amid signs he is softening his prior promise to deport 11 million undocumented migrants.

Trump meets Mexican president ahead of immigration speech, Peña Nieto: Relationship should be based on mutual respect, Trump: Strong border "Sovereign right, mutually beneficial"  

Republican nominee Donald Trump said Wednesday that he discussed the wall he wants to build along the southern border with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto -- but not which country would pay for it. Trump's call for a wall that Mexico would pay for is a central theme on the campaign trail and one he frequently uses to fire up his supporters, so its omission from Wednesday's conversation was particularly noteworthy. "Who pays for the wall? We didn't discuss," Trump said when asked by a reporter during a news conference following their meeting in Mexico City. "We did discuss the wall. We didn't discuss payment of the wall. That'll be for a later date." It is a cost that Peña Nieto has refused to shoulder, just one of many issues where the two men have clashed. Peña Nieto greeted Trump with an earful on trade and the importance of ties between the US and its southern neighbor. The Republican presidential candidate made a last-minute trip Wednesday to Mexico in his first visit after becoming the nominee to meet with a world leader -- one who has publicly insulted him and criticized his immigration and border policies. In his visit, Trump sought to project presidential gravitas ahead of a big speech later Wednesday in Arizona meant to clarify his immigration policy and, apparently, counter accusations that he dabbles in racist appeals to supporters. Peña Nieto began his remarks alongside Trump by saying the two held a constructive exchange of views even though "we might not agree on everything." He then launched into a detailed defense of US-Mexican trade and its benefit to both countries delivered by the North American Free Trade Agreement -- a common punching bag for Trump on the campaign trail. Trump, who listened to his host's long remarks with a somber look on his face while a woman stood beside him at the podium translating for him, said that Mexicans were "spectacular" people when it was his turn to talk.

OSR 67: Dan Pena Will Shake Your World  

Operation Self Reset Episode 67: Dan Pena Will Shake Your World
In this episode, Jake is talking with the founder of QLA Methodology Dan Pena.

Dan discovered a way to turn $820 into $450 million, but this episode is not about money. It’s about becoming the best person you can be and having confidence and passion to move forward in your dreams. Dan grew up in the barrio of east Los Angeles, but now lives in a castle in Scotland. He joined the military in the 1960s, went to Officers Candidate School and became second lieutenant, and then an officer and a gentleman. Dan then went to college, got a scholarship for law school though he never went, and then worked on Wall Street, where he turned a little money into a lot.

Dan now uses his experience to teach others how to do the same thing he did. He believes that we are all the people that we spend the most time with. So if you spend time with people who spend all day drinking beer and watching TV, you’ll probably spend your life doing that too. If you want success, spend your time with people who are also pursuing success. Dan reminds us that money isn’t everything, but that a lot of necessities in life do require money.

Listen in as Dan talks about what keeps us from our full potential and how to move past it to find success.
Here’s what Jake and Dan talked about in this episode:

Make the money, then do the good with it
Unfulfilled potential
Making the best first impression

Mentioned in this episode:

DanPena.com

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23 de Maio - Cristo vale a pena?  

Cristo vale a pena? Se alguém vem a mim e não aborrece a seu pai, e mãe, e mulher, e filhos, e irmãos, e irmãs e ainda a sua própria vida, não pode ser meu discípulo. E qualquer que não tomar a sua cruz e vier após mim não pode ser meu discípulo. (Lucas 14.26-27) Jesus não tem vergonha ou receio de nos contar o “pior” — o custo doloroso de ser cristão: aborrecer a família (versículo 26), tomar uma cruz (versículo 27), renunciar as posses (versículo 33). Não há nenhuma letra pequena no pacto da graça. São todas grandes e em negrito. Não há graça barata! Custa caríssimo! Venha e seja meu discípulo. Porém, Satanás esconde o seu pior e mostra apenas o seu melhor. Tudo o que realmente importa no acordo com Satanás está em letras pequenas na última página. Na primeira página, em letras grandes e em negrito, estão as palavras: “É certo que não morrereis” (Gênesis 3.4) e “Tudo isto te darei se, prostrado, me adorares” (Mateus 4.9). Mas na parte de trás, em letras pequenas — tão pequenas que você só consegue lê-lo com a lupa da Bíblia — está escrito: “E depois dos prazeres fugazes, você sofrerá comigo para sempre no inferno”. Por que Jesus está disposto a nos mostrar o seu “pior”, bem como o seu melhor, enquanto Satanás só nos mostra o seu melhor? Matthew Henry responde: “Satanás mostra o melhor, mas oculta o pior, porque seu melhor não [compensa] o seu pior; porém o de Cristo compensará abundantemente”. O chamado de Jesus não é apenas um chamado ao sofrimento e abnegação; é primeiramente um chamado para um banquete. Essa é a ênfase da parábola em Lucas 14.16-24. Jesus também promete uma gloriosa ressurreição onde todas as perdas dessa vida serão reparadas (Lucas 14.14). Ele também nos diz que nos ajudará a suportar as dificuldades (Lucas 22.32). Ele também nos diz que nosso Pai nos dará o Espírito Santo (Lucas 11.13). Ele promete que mesmo se formos mortos por causa do reino, não se perderá um só fio de cabelo da nossa cabeça (Lucas 21.18). Isso significa que quando nos sentamos para calcular o custo de seguir a Jesus — quando consideramos o “pior” e o “melhor” — ele vale a pena. Abundantemente vale a pena (Romanos 8.18; 2 Coríntios 4.17). Não é assim com Satanás. O pão roubado é doce, mas depois a boca se encherá de cascalho (veja Provérbios 20.17).

Transmissão 008 – Vale a pena orar?  

 Está no ar o Podcast Transmissão! Seu devocional em áudio! O Teoligado, em parceria com o BiboTalk, traz pra você uma reflexão baseada em textos bíblicos que nos desafiam e também consolam. Nesta semana, com a reflexão de Sara Pabst, vamos conversar sobre o tema: “Vale a pena orar?” Você já se perguntou se vale a pena […]

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The MMA Vivisection - UFC On FOX 23: Shevchenko Vs. Peña - Picks, Odds & Analysis  

Streamed live on 26 JAN 2017: Zane Simon and Connor Ruebusch of http://BloodyElbow.com are back with to give you all the ins and outs of this weekend's UFC card including picks and odds for every fight from the main event between Valentina Shevchenko and Julianna Peña down to the prelim opener between Jason Gonzalez and JC Cottrell. The UFC returns with a card filled with new names and some established top talent on the main card. In the main event Valentina Shevchenko and Julianna Peña vie for a title shot at Amanda Nunes and the women’s bantamweight crown. In the co-main longtime lightweight, anywhere & anytime fighters Jorge Masvidal and Donald Cerrone hook up at 170. Andrei Arlovski will look to stop the contender run of Francis Ngannou, as well as a battle of top bantamweights Raphael Assuncao and Aljamain Sterling on the undercard. As always, if you enjoyed the show, give us a “Like” here on SoundCloud and over on YouTube. And while you’re here or over there, why not subscribe to MMANATIONDOTCOM? That way you’ll always be among the first to get the latest BE shows, interviews and analysis. If you’re just here for the audio, you can find our feeds here on SoundCloud and iTunes. Here’s a look at the UFC on FOX 23 card as it stands right now. FOX MAIN CARD Valentina Shevchenko vs. Julianna Peña - 1:27:42 Donald Cerrone vs. Jorge Masvidal - 1:21:17 Andrei Arlovski vs. Francis Ngannou - 1:11:40 Alex Caceres vs. Jason Knight - 1:03:21 FS1 PRELIMS Nate Marquardt vs. Sam Alvey - 54:50 Raphael Assuncao vs. Aljamain Sterling - 46:00 Bobby Nash vs. Li Jingliang - 35:50 Luis Henrique da Silva vs. Jordan Johnson - 30:16 Eric Spicely vs. Alessio Di Chirico - 23:40 Marcos Rogerio de Lima vs. Jeremy Kimball - 15:38 FIGHT PASS PRELIMS Alexandre Pantoja vs. Eric Shelton - 8:51 Jason Gonzalez vs. J.C. Cottrell - 4:16

Trump Says Mexico Will Pay For Wall, Mexican President Says Mexico Won't Pay For Wall  

Republican nominee Donald Trump said Wednesday that he discussed the wall he wants to build along the southern border with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto -- but not which country would pay for it. Trump's call for a wall that Mexico would pay for is a central theme on the campaign trail and one he frequently uses to fire up his supporters, so its omission from Wednesday's conversation was particularly noteworthy. "Who pays for the wall? We didn't discuss," Trump said when asked by a reporter during a news conference following their meeting in Mexico City. "We did discuss the wall. We didn't discuss payment of the wall. That'll be for a later date." It is a cost that Peña Nieto has refused to shoulder, just one of many issues where the two men have clashed. Peña Nieto greeted Trump with an earful on trade and the importance of ties between the US and its southern neighbor. The Republican presidential candidate made a last-minute trip Wednesday to Mexico in his first visit after becoming the nominee to meet with a world leader -- one who has publicly insulted him and criticized his immigration and border policies. In his visit, Trump sought to project presidential gravitas ahead of a big speech later Wednesday in Arizona meant to clarify his immigration policy and, apparently, counter accusations that he dabbles in racist appeals to supporters. Peña Nieto began his remarks alongside Trump by saying the two held a constructive exchange of views even though "we might not agree on everything." He then launched into a detailed defense of US-Mexican trade and its benefit to both countries delivered by the North American Free Trade Agreement -- a common punching bag for Trump on the campaign trail. Trump, who listened to his host's long remarks with a somber look on his face while a woman stood beside him at the podium translating for him, said that Mexicans were "spectacular" people when it was his turn to talk.

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Republican nominee Donald Trump said Wednesday that he discussed the wall he wants to build along the southern border with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto -- but not which country would pay for it. Trump's call for a wall that Mexico would pay for is a central theme on the campaign trail and one he frequently uses to fire up his supporters, so its omission from Wednesday's conversation was particularly noteworthy. "Who pays for the wall? We didn't discuss," Trump said when asked by a reporter during a news conference following their meeting in Mexico City. "We did discuss the wall. We didn't discuss payment of the wall. That'll be for a later date." It is a cost that Peña Nieto has refused to shoulder, just one of many issues where the two men have clashed. Peña Nieto greeted Trump with an earful on trade and the importance of ties between the US and its southern neighbor. The Republican presidential candidate made a last-minute trip Wednesday to Mexico in his first visit after becoming the nominee to meet with a world leader -- one who has publicly insulted him and criticized his immigration and border policies. In his visit, Trump sought to project presidential gravitas ahead of a big speech later Wednesday in Arizona meant to clarify his immigration policy and, apparently, counter accusations that he dabbles in racist appeals to supporters. Peña Nieto began his remarks alongside Trump by saying the two held a constructive exchange of views even though "we might not agree on everything." He then launched into a detailed defense of US-Mexican trade and its benefit to both countries delivered by the North American Free Trade Agreement -- a common punching bag for Trump on the campaign trail. Trump, who listened to his host's long remarks with a somber look on his face while a woman stood beside him at the podium translating for him, said that Mexicans were "spectacular" people when it was his turn to talk.

Dan Pena - Just F*cking Do It  

Dan Pena - Just F*cking Do It - Part 1 of 2.FULL EPISODE: http://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/The $50 Billion Dollar Man, Dan Pena, RETURNS to London Real one year after the now infamous LIVE event at The Ritz:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNInQwFXAqUDan Pena on London Real:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9F0Fb36EYxuyslEsSad6QJEyxuHlhx5nLONDON REAL ACADEMY:http://LondonRealAcademy.comSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE:http://bit.ly/SubscribeToLondonRealLONDON REAL TV:http://www.londonreal.tvMusic by Ennio Morricone:The good, the bad and the ugly

Dan Pena - Just F*cking Do It - TRAILER  

Dan Pena - Just F*cking Do It - TRAILER.Watch The FREE FULL EPISODE: http://londonrealacademy.com/episodes/The $50 Billion Dollar Man, Dan Pena, RETURNS to London Real one year after the now infamous LIVE event at The Ritz:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNInQwFXAqUDan Pena on London Real:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9F0Fb36EYxuyslEsSad6QJEyxuHlhx5nLONDON REAL ACADEMY:http://LondonRealAcademy.comSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE:http://bit.ly/SubscribeToLondonRealLONDON REAL TV:http://www.londonreal.tvMusic by Ennio Morricone:The good, the bad and the ugly

What we learn from transcript of Trump and Pena Nieto call  

A transcript of a phone call between President Trump and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto is getting attention today. Trump says the border wall is not the top issue between the two countries. And he asked Pena Nieto to stop saying publically that Mexico wouldn’t pay for the border wall.

Gymcast 135 – Vale ou Não a Pena Competir  

Depois de episódios controversos viemos com algo mais light, trouxemos a discussão de questionamentos que quase todo marombeiro tem. Será que vale a pena deixar de ser apenas um cara que treina e competir no esporte? Para isso contamos com o atleta natural pró Caio Bottura, o atleta aposentado mais jovem do Brasil Rey e

TIUC469. El Videojuego de la Vida con Danny Peña  

¿Qué tienen en común los videojuegos y la vida? ¿Es posible vivir toda tu vida haciendo lo que te apasiona desde pequeño? ¿cómo ve la vida un experto en VideoJuegos? Hoy te invito a conocer la historia de una persona que fue tan pero tan persistente en lo que quería, que terminó estando en el […]

La entrada TIUC469. El Videojuego de la Vida con Danny Peña aparece primero en Robert Sasuke.

‘Ou escreva algo que valha a pena ler, ou…’ | ‘either … or’ em inglês | Inglês Todos os Dias #217  

"Ou escreva algo que valha a pena ler, ou faça algo que valha a pena escrever." - Benjamin Franklin. Vamos aprender a dizer essa frase do famoso estadista e patriarca americano Benjamim Franklin no episódio de hoje.    FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE: http://loja.domineingles.com.br/pacotes   -----===(*)===----- Let's practice in the comments section below! Complete the sentence: […]

37 - ¿Merece la pena ser el mejor vendedor/a?  

En este podcast nos hacemos una pregunta casi filosófica ¿Merece la pena ser el mejor vendedor/a?. El esfuerzo por ser el mejor vale la pena o es mejor quedarnos en un segundo plano. 1. ¿Qué es ser un buen profesional de las ventas? 2. ¿Es mejor sentirse bien consigo mismo, o ser el mejor? 3. ¿Las empresas prefieren a los mejores vendedores, o a las mejores personas? 4. Conciliación en los profesionales de las ventas 5. Dos consejos para sentirse un mejor vendedor Este podcast esta patrocinado por www.sumacrm.com Nos puedes encontrar en: www.danielronceros.com www.luisfont.com www.agilesales.pro Para aprender más de ventas y marketing visita nuestra web http://cursos.agilesales.pro con numerosos cursos gratuitos. Si quieres conocer los secretos que no te cuentan del Marketing y las Ventas te recomendamos esta página http://explorar.agilesales.pro/

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