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20 VC 024: Financing Finch with Marc Bernegger of Orange Growth Capital  

Marc Bernegger is Venture Partner at Orange Growth Capital, a Fintech investment firm with notable investments in the likes of BuxKnip and Zopa. Prior to OGC, Marc was Partner at Next Generation Finance Invest (today Ayondo Holdings). However, Marc has experienced both sides of the table, as he was only 20 when he founded usgang.ch (trade sale to Axel Springer) and later went on to be founder of amiando (trade sale to Xing). As a result of these many successes Marc was awarded 'Newcomer of the Year 2010' by Swiss ICT.

Items mentioned in today's show:

Bux Startup Bootcamp Fintech Robin Hood Trading App

In today's show you will learn:

1.) How and why Marc made his entry into the VC world in 2010?

2.) Marc specializes in the Fintech sector and has done since 2010, when it was really a very niche sector. How has Marc seen Fintech develop over the last 5 years? What did Marc see that everyone else did not? 

3.) Which areas within the Fintech space Marc finds most interesting?

4.) What Marc sees the future of Fintech to look like? Does Marc see any trends arising in the space in 2015?

5.)In recent years Switzerland has trailed behind the likes of London and Scandinivia in Fintech, this seems to be changing with the recent Fintech hackathon held in Zurich, what does Marc think is bringing about this change?

6.)Where does Marc stand on the social integration of mobile payments?

7.) OGC is a investor in Bux, the social gamified trading platform, is this the way Marc believes stock market trading is moving? How does Marc respond to critics who suggest Bux allows the mass market who do not have the significant investing knowledge to gamble recklessly.  

 

The episode will then finish with a quick fire round where we hear Marc's thoughts on the future of Bitcoin, what tips Marc would give to aspiring entrepreneurs and what the biggest difference between being an entrepreneur and an investor. 

 

How America Saved Irish Music #169  

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Notes:

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This Week in Celtic Music

2:51
1. "A Stor Mo Chroi" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

5:11
2. "Star of the County Down" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

8:57
3. "Gypsy Rover" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

12:16
4. "Men of New Basin Canal" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

15:30
5. "Bridget's Prayer" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

17:38
6. "Ais Vis Lo Lop" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

21:00
7. "Black Velvet Band" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

24:33
8. "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

27:17
9. "Streets of Laredo/Bard of Armagh" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

30;36
10. "Whiskey, You're the Devil" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

33:04
11. "Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Foot" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

36:06
12. "Mrs. McGraw" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

39:15
13."Leaving of Liverpool" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

42:20
14. "Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye" by Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser
from How America Saved Irish Music

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Ep.47 Marc Jantzen’s 17 Year Journey of Building His Business from Scratch and Selling for Upwards of £10 Million  

For many entrepreneurs, their businesses are built upon intangible, intellectual property, which can be notoriously difficult to scale up. In this week's episode, I chat with Marc Jantzen who knows how you can increase the value of such a business consistently, year on year.

Download Marc's free "top 10 tips to accelerate growth" (and the top 10 pitfalls to avoid): https://www.thenub.com/growthtoptips/

Marc Jantzen’s journey has seen him mastermind the growth of Blue Sky - a training development business that has accrued world-class clients including Eurostar, Marks & Spencer and BSkyB, and won over 30 awards in the process. Here, Marc shares his ups and downs, challenges and top tips across a range of issues that all business owners come up against at some point in their entrepreneurial careers.
    

Here are some of the key things we get really into:

How Marc and his team won their first big client
One of Marc’s lowest points in business where a million pounds was wiped off his revenue number in a very short space of time
Shifting up a gear and expanding up from a lifestyle business
How Blue Sky reached £2.5 million turnover in its first three years
The secrets of business growth that Marc wishes he’d known from the start of his entrepreneurial journey
Marc on investing in a more structured sales and marketing strategy in order to maintain consistent revenue
Trusting your gut and knowing the right time to pay attention to your intuition
How Marc moved onwards and upwards after his COO left, taking with him ten members of staff and one of the business’ biggest clients
Marc’s five core values and how he ensured that they run through every vein of Blue Sky
Why Marc shifted from time-based to value-based pricing
The steps that Marc went through to exiting his business confidently and calmly

 

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BONUS: Marc Goodman | Future Crimes and How to Protect Yourself  

We must use grand thinking to secure the Internet.

"We are at the first minutes of the first hours of the first days of this internet revolution." -Marc Goodman

The Cheat Sheet: What are steganography and script kiddies? How air conditioning led to the Target security breach in 2013. Is hacking becoming more complex or more simplified? What are spoofing and swatting? Why living in a "in screen we trust" culture is so dangerous, and what do to about it. And so much more...

Today we live in an era of wi-fi enabled everything, but have you ever considered the consequences of such access? Or what will happen over the next few years as everything goes online from our thermostats to our clothes to our bridges? How vulnerable does that access make us to cyber attacks and what can we do to protect ourselves?

Here to share the good, the bad and the ugly on cyber security is Marc Goodman. Marc is the author of Future Crimes: Everything is Connected, Everyone is Vulnerable and What We Can Do About It. We dive into those topics and more on this bonus episode of The Art of Charm.

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Whether we're aware of it or not, cyber crime and cyber attacks are becoming increasingly common. Today anyone with Internet access can download an app or software program to hack into your phone or your laptop and do any number of dubious things.

Marc Goodman spells out many of those dubious activities and what we can do to guard against them on today's show. As a former member of the LAPD, Marc has witnessed firsthand how far behind law enforcement is in this area. He says local and state level agencies are swamped with non-tech crimes to solve and they're also hampered by budgetary restrictions.

While they are doing their best to keep pace with technology's ever-changing landscape, cyber crime continues to grow. Over the next several years even more of our day-to-day lives will be online from our clothes to our televisions to our cars. It may not sound like much until you consider our energy grids are online, our traffic systems are online, our airplane management systems are online. Soon every aspect of our lives will be accessible via the Internet.

And we don't have the security to fully protect that information. Do you remember the breach at Target that happened during the 2013 Christmas holiday? It all stemmed from a third-party vendor who had been authorized to manage Target's HVAC systems. Millions of credit cards were breached through an air conditioning system, Marc explains how this happened in greater detail during this show.

But it isn't all doom and gloom! Marc believes the Internet advancements will also lift 2 million people out of poverty, help us feed the world and provide clean water for everyone as well as education. So long as we harness these advancements responsibly and learn to protect ourselves.

He gives specifics on what we can do on a global scale as well as an individual scale. For ourselves we can implement what he calls UPDATE:

U - update frequently.
P - passwords. Use a different password for every site and get a reliable password manager (see the resources for suggestions).
D - downloads. Watch your downloads and be cautious about what you install.
A - administrator. Don't run your computer using the administrator account.
T - turn off your computer. If it isn't fully turned off it's still accessible.
E - encrypt. There are 2 types: you can encrypt the data on your computer and encrypt the data as it is sent out using a VPN.

There's much more Marc tells on this show. He shares some amazing stories and much-needed data so listen in to hear it all. Thanks to Marc for being here and thanks to you as well. We'll see you next time on The Art of Charm.

THANKS MARC GOODMAN!

If you enjoyed this session of The Art of Charm Podcast, let Marc know by clicking on the link below and sending him a quick shout out on Twitter:

Click here to thank Marc on Twitter!

Resources from this episode:

Future Crimes web site
Marc Goodman's web site

OSR 74: Find Your Perfect Coach With Marc Mawhinney  

Operation Self Reset Episode 74: Find Your Perfect Coach with Marc Mawhinney
In this episode, Jake is talking with Marc Mawhinney of the podcast Natural Born Coaches.

If you’re like most people, you think you don’t need a coach. Why should you spend money to have someone tell you what to do in your life? Marc Mawhinney is here today to explain why you might very well need a coach and how one can help you in your life.

Marc has had a lot of ups and downs in his life. At one point, he had success in the real estate business running a company that was doing very well. Then the company closed down after growing too big too quickly and Marc found himself needing to find new direction in his life. It was while speaking with someone else who had been through a similar situation that made Marc realize that this wasn’t a dead end to his professional life and he just needed to find what really drove him.

Marc has always had a passion for personal development. Even while working in real estate, he was mentoring and coaching other people when he could. That passion has led him into working as a coach as well as hosting a podcast which helps people discover why they might need a coach in their lives.
Here’s what Jake and Marc talked about in this episode:

Pushing yourself to the next level
Shift your priorities to find more time in your day
Types of coaches available
Why you might need a coach in your life

Mentioned in this episode:

Natural Born Coaches
Natural Born Coaches Podcast on iTunes
317 Sound Design

Before You Go
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Connect with Jake on Twitter and let him know how you enjoyed the show! You can also connect with him on Facebook or send him an email at ask@osreset.com.

Subscribe to Jake’s podcast for more inspiration, and sign up for his emails full of tips to change your life.

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Marc Faber on the Wealth Gap, the Economic Impact of Technology, the Rise of Populism, and the Prospects for War in Asia  

In this Market Forces segment of the Hidden Forces podcast, Demetri Kofinas speaks with the investor, commentator, and editor of the Gloom, Boom, and Doom Report, Mark Faber. Though Dr. Faber has been dubbed "Dr. Doom," by the financial press, he is perhaps most famous for his very accurate timing of the US stock market bottom in March 2009. A veteran of the financial industry, Dr. Faber worked during the 1970's for White Weld & Company Limited in New York City, Zurich, and Hong Kong. He moved to Hong Kong in 1973. He was a managing director at Drexel Burnham Lambert Ltd Hong Kong from the beginning of 1978 until 1990. In 1990, he set up his own business, Marc Faber Limited, acting as an investment advisor and fund manager. Marc Faber now resides in Chiang Mai, Thailand, though he keeps a small office in Hong Kong.

In this nearly hour-long conversation, Marc Faber speaks with Demetri Kofinas about the growing wealth and income disparity across the world, with particular emphasis on the United States. They examine the role that central bank policy, government bailouts, and ultra-low interest rates have played in exacerbating this trend towards inequality and financial system instability. The two discuss Uber, where Demetri draws a parallel between the technology company’s practice of subsidizing its customers at the expense of its investors to the practice of Asian savers subsidizing American consumers during the 2000's housing boom. Marc Faber expresses a negative outlook for the US dollar in the near-term, taking a strongly bearish view of equities, in particular, the FANG stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google). He believes that the Federal Reserve, rather than succeed in its efforts to shrink its balance sheet, will be overcome by deflationary events in the market and forced to begin expanding its balance sheet once again. Marc Faber believes that western central banks will look to buy more than just government bonds, CDOs, and government-backed mortgages. He is of the mind that just as the Bank of Japan has come to own two-thirds of the ETF market in Japan, so too can western central banks. Indeed, Marc Faber believes that central banks will do whatever they need to do in order to prevent the financial system from collapsing, and this means “printing more money.”

Demetri Kofinas also ask Marc Faber about Bitcoin, and what his views are on cryptocurrencies. Marc also gives his views on gold, structural demographics, populism, and the potential for war in Asia. The two end their conversation with best Marc Faber’s investment advice for anyone looking to navigate the ensuing years of financial turmoil and market volatility.

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Marc Johnson  


In this episode of The Shetler Show, Anthony Shetler and the one and only Marc Johnson have an intense conversation. It is a new type of podcast with Marc on as a guest, with never ending insights, even though he has never done a podcast before. They begin by talking about their mutual love of podcasts, including the podcasts that Anthony Shetler and Marc Johnson recommend. Marc Johnson feels that he is an optimists, but his look at the world might not be shared by many others. They discuss peoples perceptions of the world , including what other industries “take” from skateboarding. Anthony Shetler and Marc Johnson get into major questions concerning the skate industry, comprises, skater owned businesses, growing up with the internet, human consciousness, among many other interesting topics. Skaters actually talking about religion? Marc Johnson and Shetler talk about what religion really means, and what it means to them. They also get into so many other major topics that skaters do not usually discuss in interviews. Anthony Shetler speaks about what balance there is to be found in life, with skateboarding, relationships, and more. Marc Johnson goes into being aware, and being able to tell when someone is not. They delve into growing as a human, and expressing themselves as skaters, men, and influencers. Host: Anthony Shetler Website: http://allineedskate.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ALLiNEEDSKATE Twitter: https://twitter.com/ALLiNEEDSKATE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ALLINEEDSKATE Twitter: https://twitter.com/anthonyshetler Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anthony.shetler Guest: Marc Johnson Website: http://theback40.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marc-Johnson/183978921704422 Instagram: https://instagram.com/marcjohnson/ Shoutouts: Mark Passio Joe Rogan Back 40 Fucking Awesome Maple Chris Carter Mike Hill G&S Alien Workshop Larry Gordan Todd Swank Donger Jason Carney Tom Hornen Jack Barnett Planet Earth ABC Hats Chris Roberts Kenny Anderson

CLR Podcast | 211 | Marc Romboy  

CLR Podcast 211 – Marc Romboy It is Monday the 11th of March 2013 and we welcome back Marc Romboy on the CLR Podcast. Little has to be said about this passionate ambassador of the universal language of Techno and House who started his successful career in the year 1992. The prolific producer who founded the highly influential labels “Le Petit Prince" in 1994 and “Systematic Recordings” in 2004 has been releasing music on many of the most credible labels in the scene and has been restlessly spreading his very personal blend of soulful Techno House all over the planet. His latest recording endeavour is the excellent album he produced together with the Japanese Techno master Ken Ishii entitled “Taiyo” (Japanese for ‘sun’, the origin of everything). Even with 7000 kilometres between them, they managed to produce an album that is as much about the duo’s shared musical vision, as the inevitable flicker of creative conflict that marks collaborations of this nature. Indeed, to Romboy and Ishii, the challenge of balancing these subtle differences lies at the core of the album, where the most interesting and unexpected sonic ideas are spawned. Over seven tracks the pair managed to craft an album of intricate next-level Techno, simultaneously creative in its sound design and with enough drive to excite a dance-floor, proving that distance is no barrier when two such superbly talented musical alchemists undertake a collaboration. For further information about “Taiyo” and a variety of excellent remixes, as well as current information about Marc Romboy, his upcoming releases and gigs, please visit: Web: www.marcromboy.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/marcromboy facebook: www.facebook.com/marcromboyfanpage soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/marcromboy Listen and download here: www.clr.net/media.pl Tracklist CLR Podcast – Marc Romboy 1.) Marc Romboy & Ken Ishii "Gosa" (Systematic Recordings) 2.) Kraftwerk "Numbers" (Live) (EMI) 3.) Marc Romboy & Ken Ishii "Seiun" (Max Cooper Remix) (Systematic Recordings) 4.) Bas Mooy "Odd rock" (Pfirter Remix) (Audio Assault) 5.) Sandwell District "Untitled" (Regis Remix) (Sandwell District) 6.) Petar Dundov & Gregor Tresher "Hex" (Music Man) 7.) Daniel Bell/Dave Clark "Work that wisdom" (Marc Romboy Edit) 8.) Doka "Khan" (Wolfskuil) 9.) Arttu feat. Jerry The Cat "Nuclear funk" (Original) (Clone) 10.) OCH "Work da groove" (Systematic Recordings) 11.) Shed "I come by night" (50 Weapons) 12.) Marc Romboy & Ken Ishii "Taiyo" (Unsubscribe Remix By Dave Clark & Mr. Jones) (Systematic Recordings) 13.) Marc Romboy & Ken Ishii "Der Strand" (Systematic Recordings)

invité : Vincent Coq, pianiste du Trio Wanderer - Carrefour de Lodéon - Acte II du jeudi  8 juin 2017  

durée : 01:56:42 - Carrefour de Lodeon - par : Frédéric Lodéon - France Musique est partenaire du [Festival d'Auvers\-sur\-Oise](http://festival-auvers.com/programmation-reservation/), du 09 juin au 07 juillet 2017\. Le [Trio Wanderer](http://www.triowanderer.fr/) y donnera un [concert anniversaire](http://festival-auvers.com/1606) le 16 juin 2017\. Auparavant, ils joueront demain au Festival de Melle (vendredi 09 juin 2017), et dimanche, le 11 juin 2017 au Nohant Chopin Festival. programmation musicale (actualisée en cours d'émission, il peut être utile de rafraîchir la page de temps en temps) : **Gabriel Fauré,** Trio avec piano opus 120 : 1er mouvement \- Allegro ma non troppo Trio Wanderer : Jean\-Marc Phillips\-Varjabédian, violon \- Raphaël Pidoux, violoncelle \- Vincent Coq, piano HARMONIA MUNDI titre du CD : Fauré \- Pierné \- Trios avec Piano \- Trio Wanderer **Franz Schubert,** Quintette "La Truite", D 667 : Allegro giusto Trio Wanderer : Jean\-Marc Phillips\-Varjabédian, violon \- Raphaël Pidoux, violoncelle \- Vincent Coq, piano Christophe Gaugué, alto Stéphane Logerot, contrebasse HARMONIA MUNDI titre du CD : Schubert \- Piano Trio op 100 \- The Trout Quintet op 114 \- Trio Wanderer **Antonin Dvorak,** Trio "Dumky", opus 90 : 6ème mvt \- Lento maestoso. Vivace Trio Wanderer : Jean\-Marc Phillips\-Varjabédian, violon \- Raphaël Pidoux, violoncelle \- Vincent Coq, piano HARMONIA MUNDI titre du CD : Antonin Dvorak \- Piano Trios op 65 et 90 \- Trio Wanderer **Johannes Brahms,** 3ème des 6 Pièces pour piano opus 118 : Ballade en sol mineur Julius Katchen, piano DECCA 2ème trio, en do Majeur, op 87 : 2ème mvt \- Andante con moto Trio Wanderer : Jean\-Marc Phillips\-Varjabédian, violon \- Raphaël Pidoux, violoncelle \- Vincent Coq, piano HARMONIA MUNDI (2 CD) titre du double CD : Brahms \- Complete Piano Trios \- Trio Wanderer **Gioachino Rossini,** 3 Chants religieux pour voix de femmes : La Carita (La Charité) Julia Jérosme, soprano Christine Lajarrige, piano Maîtrise de Paris direction : Patrick Marco DISCAUVERS (2 CD) titre du double CD : La Maîtrise de Paris \- Live **Joaquin Turina,** Sonata : 1er mvt \- Allegro Emmanuel Rossfelder, guitare LORELEY (distribution Harmonia Mundi) titre du CD : Virtuoso **Bedrich Smetana,** Trio pour piano, violon et violoncelle : 3ème mvt \- Finale \- Presto Trio Wanderer : Jean\-Marc Phillips\-Varjabédian, violon \- Raphaël Pidoux, violoncelle \- Vincent Coq, piano HARMONIA MUNDI **Antonio Vivaldi,** Concerto pour violon en si min, RV 390 : Larghettto. Allegro Fabio Biondi, violon et direction Europa Galante GLOSSA titre du CD : Vivaldi \- I Concerti dell'Addio **Johann Nepomuk Hummel,** Quintette en mi bémol Maj, op 87 : Finale \- Agitato Trio Wanderer : Jean\-Marc Phillips\-Varjabédian, violon \- Raphaël Pidoux, violoncelle \- Vincent Coq, piano Christophe Gaugué, alto Stéphane Logerot, contrebasse **Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovski,** Trio avec piano op 50, "A la Mémoire d'un Grand Artiste" : Variation finale et Coda Trio Wanderer : Jean\-Marc Phillips\-Varjabédian, violon \- Raphaël Pidoux, violoncelle \- Vincent Coq, piano **Dmitri Chostakovitch,** 2ème trio op 67 : 2ème mvt \- Allegro con brio Trio Wanderer : Jean\-Marc Phillips\-Varjabédian, violon \- Raphaël Pidoux, violoncelle \- Vincent Coq, piano HARMONIA MUNDI **Ludwig Van Beethoven,** Trio "Les Esprits", op 70 n°1 : 1er mvt \- Allegro vivace e con brio Trio Wanderer : Jean\-Marc Phillips\-Varjabédian, violon \- Raphaël Pidoux, violoncelle \- Vincent Coq, piano HARMONIA MUNDI titre du CD : 30 Ans de Voyages en Studio 14ème quatuor, en do dièse min : 7ème mvt \- Finale \- Allegro Orchestre d'Auvergne direction : Roberto Forés Veses APARTE **Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovski / orchestration Leopold Stokowski** Humoresque National Philharmonic Orchestra direction : Leopold Stokowski SONY CLASSICAL émission préparée par Frédéric Lodéon avec Cécile Bonnet des Claustres, attachée de production - réalisé par : Régine Barjou

1,153 - Getting Advice from Mothers-in-Law  

According to your mother-in-law, your life would be so much better if you’d just listen to your mother-in-law. Find out why in this episode.

Slow dialog: 1:39
Explanations: 4:07
Fast dialog: 20:05

Marc: Who was that?

Carla: It was your mother – again. She wanted to give me another piece of unsolicited advice about housekeeping. She’s called five times this week already.

Marc: She’s just trying to be helpful.

Carla: I wish she’d do it without being so critical. I feel like she enjoys finding fault with everything I do.

Marc: She’s a little overeager to help, that’s all. Don’t think of it as her interfering. Think of it as her giving you support. She isn’t like your mother.

Carla: What do you mean?

Marc: What do I mean?! She’s constantly giving me advice on how to be a better husband.

Carla: Well, we just got married and she wants our marriage to be the best it can be.

Marc: I know, but your mother has a really sharp tongue and she doesn’t hold back. She butts in whenever I’m trying to do something to tell me how to do it better.

Carla: Just like your mother, she’s only trying to help.

Marc: With her constant sarcastic comments?

Carla: That’s just her sense of humor. She doesn’t mean anything by it. She likes you.

Marc: She has a strange way of showing it.

Carla: All of this talk about mothers-in-law is getting our blood up. At this rate, we won’t be able to follow the best piece of marriage advice we’ve received so far.

Marc: Which was?

Carla: Don’t go to bed angry.

Marc: Who’s angry?

Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

FW032 - Succes met E-Commerce [Boek review] - Marc de Groot en Jelle Drijver | Frankwatching.com  

Marc de groot houdt zich als coach, trainer, spreker, consultant al sinds 2002 bezig met online marketing. Al jaren koesterde hij de wens om zijn kennis over e-commerce in een boek vast te leggen. Vorig jaar verzamelde hij diverse co-auteurs waarmee hij in no-time een boek schreef over Succes met E-commerce. Voor deze aflevering van de Frankwatching podcast ontvang ik Marc bij mij op kantoor om te pareren over zijn boek. We gaan vooral in op de eerste tweet hoofdstukken over SEO en AdWords die door hem zelf zijn geschreven. Tijdens ons gesprek ontfutsel ik Marc een kortingscode (JELLE) voor zijn digitale video-cursus over Succes met Google AdWords. Ga naar Jelledrijver.nl/marc, gebruik de couponcode [JELLE] en krijgt toegang tot zijn cursus voor slechts €47.- ipv €97.- (incl BTW) In die cursus leert Marc je in 20 video lessen stap voor stap om jouw AdWords campagnes naar een hoger niveau te tillen. Leer meer conversies te realiseren en minder kosten te maken! Heb je vragen aan mij of Marc? Laat het weten op Twitter via @jelledrijver of @Frankwatching. Besproken: Cursus: http://jelledrijver.nl/marc (Couponcode = Jelle) Boek: http://www.megaexposure.nl/product/crush-it-gary-vaynerchuck/ Links naar de Frankwatching podcast: iTunes Link: https://itunes.apple.com/nl/podcast/frankwatching­podcast/id960362821?mt=2 Stitcher Radio: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=59609&refid=stpr TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/Frankwatching-Podcast-p683815/ Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/frankwatching Marc de Groot, Jelle Drijver, Podcast, Frankwatching, AdWords, E-Commerce, Korting, Video cursus, Boek, Gary Vaynerchuk

Lifestyle Design and Beating Your Own Path with Marc Freccero : Zero To Travel Podcast  

What is the number one thing you can do to create a lifestyle around something you love...including travel?

In this episode of the Zero To Travel Podcast, you'll hear from Marc Freccero: DJ, music producer, and entrepreneur. He quit his corporate job at an accounting firm to live out of a van to create music.

Marc shares his lifestyle design story when he took off on a 10 month tour of 10 USA cities to produce a song for each city. Check out his tracks on The Light Nearby, as Marc captures the culture, vibe, and ambiance of each city.

Tune In To Learn:

Why you don't need anyone's permission to design your life
The first step to make your idea a reality
How to make the transition out of a Corporate job
How to budget for a 10 month tour
How to structure a tour of 10 cities over 10 months
The most common objections when trying to get a gig (and how to handle them!)
How to soak in the ambiance, energy, and vibe of any city
How to make music the soundtrack of your life
Top tips for living in a van around the country
And much more!

Scroll down to see Marc combining Parkour and Pizza!
Resources:

Tortuga Backpacks
Extra Pack of Peanuts
Location Indie
James Altucher
Seth Godin
Marc Freccero
Apex Movement
Skrillex
Pretty Lights
The Light Nearby Project
Soylent
Breaking Into Event Marketing

Be sure to enter promo code 'travel' at Tortuga Backpacks for 10% off.

And for more Zero To Travel Podcasts, head over to the archives!

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#190: Marc Maron  

Drew is joined this week by comedian and podcaster Marc Maron. The show opens with Drew and Marc discussing Marc's father and how Marc's relationship with him has changed largely as Marc has found success in adulthood. As the show goes on Drew gets into Marc's growth in his personal life, career and sobriety. As the show wraps up Marc tells Drew about his experience interviewing Barack Obama on his WTF Podcast. DrDrew.com

617: 5 Ways to Step Forward When You're Scared to Death by Marc Chernoff - Marc and Angel Hack Life (Tips to Face Your Fears)  

Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life shares how to step forward when you're scared to death.

Episode 617: 5 Ways to Step Forward When You're Scared to Death by Marc Chernoff - Marc and Angel Hack Life (Tips to Face Your Fears).

Marc and Angel Chernoff are professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having “one of the most popular personal development blogs.” Through their blog, book, course and coaching, they’ve spent the past decade writing about and teaching proven strategies for finding lasting happiness, success, love and peace.
The site has attracted over 100 million page views and 100 thousand subscribers since its inception in 2006.
Their first book, “1,000 Little Things Happy, Successful People Do Differently“ is a focused collection of short, concise tips and reflections on the little things that make a huge difference in our daily lives. It’s available online at: marcandangel.com/book and on Amazon.

The original post is located here: http://www.marcandangel.com/2013/04/10/5-ways-to-step-forward-when-youre-scared

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608: 20 Things That Will Matter a Lot Less To You in 20 Years - Part 2 by Marc Chernoff of Marc And Angel (Stuff to Blow Your Mind)  

Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life shares 20 things that will matter a lot less to you in 20 years (part 2 of 2).

Episode 608: 20 Things That Will Matter a Lot Less To You in 20 Years - Part 2 by Marc Chernoff of Marc And Angel (Stuff to Blow Your Mind).

Marc and Angel Chernoff are professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having “one of the most popular personal development blogs.” Through their blog, book, course and coaching, they’ve spent the past decade writing about and teaching proven strategies for finding lasting happiness, success, love and peace.
The site has attracted over 100 million page views and 100 thousand subscribers since its inception in 2006.
Their first book, “1,000 Little Things Happy, Successful People Do Differently“ is a focused collection of short, concise tips and reflections on the little things that make a huge difference in our daily lives. It’s available online at: marcandangel.com/book and on Amazon.

The original post is located here: http://www.marcandangel.com/2017/01/29/20-things-that-will-matter-a-lot-less-to-you-in-20-years

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607: 20 Things That Will Matter a Lot Less To You in 20 Years - Part 1 by Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life (Stay Calm)  

Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life shares 20 things that will matter a lot less to you in 20 years (part 1 of 2).

Episode 607: 20 Things That Will Matter a Lot Less To You in 20 Years - Part 1 by Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life (Stay Calm).

Marc and Angel Chernoff are professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having “one of the most popular personal development blogs.” Through their blog, book, course and coaching, they’ve spent the past decade writing about and teaching proven strategies for finding lasting happiness, success, love and peace.
The site has attracted over 100 million page views and 100 thousand subscribers since its inception in 2006.
Their first book, “1,000 Little Things Happy, Successful People Do Differently“ is a focused collection of short, concise tips and reflections on the little things that make a huge difference in our daily lives. It’s available online at: marcandangel.com/book and on Amazon.

The original post is located here: http://www.marcandangel.com/2017/01/29/20-things-that-will-matter-a-lot-less-to-you-in-20-years

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064: 10 Proven Ways to Raise Smarter, Happier Children - Part 1 by Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life (Atomic Moms)  

Marc Chernoff of Marc And Angel Hack Life shares 10 proven ways to raise smarter, happier children. This is part 1 of 2.

Episode 064: 10 Proven Ways to Raise Smarter, Happier Children - Part 1 by Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life (Atomic Moms).

Marc and Angel Chernoff are professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having “one of the most popular personal development blogs.” Through their blog, book, course and coaching, they’ve spent the past decade writing about and teaching proven strategies for finding lasting happiness, success, love and peace.
The site has attracted over 100 million page views and 100 thousand subscribers since its inception in 2006.
Their first book, “1,000 Little Things Happy, Successful People Do Differently“ is a focused collection of short, concise tips and reflections on the little things that make a huge difference in our daily lives. It’s available online at: marcandangel.com/book and on Amazon.

The original post is located here: http://www.marcandangel.com/2015/02/18/10-proven-ways-to-raise-smarter-happier-children

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Exposition: «Chagall Sculptures», un aspect méconnu de l'oeuvre de l'artiste  

L’un des peintres les plus connus du XXe siècle, Marc Chagall, conserve une part mystérieuse de son œuvre que seuls les amateurs les plus avertis connaissent. C’est au Musée national Marc-Chagall de Nice, dans le sud de la France, que sont exposées ses sculptures. Le musée a réuni 60 pièces d’une beauté bouleversante. Marc Chagall est né dans l'actuelle Biélorussie, mais c'est dans la deuxième moitié de sa vie, au retour de son exil aux Etats-Unis, après la Seconde Guerre mondiale, qu'il découvre l'art de la sculpture. Anne Dopffer, directrice des Musées nationaux du XXe siècle des Alpes-Maritimes : « Marc Chagall a pratiqué une réflexion sur le volume dès ses premières années, dès les expériences du théâtre d’art juif en 1920. En dessinant des costumes, des scènes, des corps, il s’intéresse à cette question de l’espace et du volume. Mais, en réalité, ce qu’on appelle la sculpture traditionnelle, il ne la pratiquera qu’en arrivant dans le sud de la France en rencontrant des potiers, des gens qui vont devenir ses amis et avec lesquels il va découvrir ces pratiques, en modelant puis en taillant. » Dans le calcaire, dans la pierre du Gard, sur le marbre ou sur le plâtre, Marc Chagall sculpte ses thèmes et ses personnages de prédilection. Un univers singulier, déjà présent dans ses mosaïques, sur ses vitraux ou sur ses peintures. La fusion charnelle « Logiquement, dans sa sculpture, on retrouve les grands thèmes chers à Chagall, explique Anne Dopffer : par exemple tous les thèmes bibliques. On retrouve également tous les thèmes liés à l’amour, avec ces têtes entrelacées dans une espèce de fusion charnelle qui est aussi une fusion avec l’environnement et le monde. On voit, par exemple, des couples entourés d’animaux qui sont à la fois une référence au paradis, mais aussi une référence à la question de l’harmonie et de l’universalité de l’amour. Et puis, bien sûr, on retrouve des personnages qui sont importants chez Chagall, comme le personnage de David, le roi musicien qui a une relation privilégiée avec Dieu et qui est en même temps un être humain qui a péché. Et Chagall se sentait très proche de cette figure qui est récurrente dans son œuvre. » Une découverte suprenante La sculpture de Marc Chagall, son rapport à la matière, aura - en retour - une influence sur sa manière de peindre. Anne Dopffer, la commissaire de l'exposition, a fait une découverte surprenante : « Effectivement, dans les années où il pratique la sculpture, en peinture, et en particulier dans notre magnifique collection du message biblique, on a eu l’occasion de faire des analyses scientifiques et de découvrir que de dans sa peinture, non seulement il superposait des couches et des couches, mais qu’il rajoutait des matériaux comme des copeaux de bois, par exemple. » Après Nice, l'exposition voyagera à Tokyo, Nagoya et Aomori, les Japonais étant de fervents admirateurs de Chagall depuis sa première exposition dans l'archipel en 1963. ► Chagall – Sculptures, exposition au Musée National Marc Chagall de Nice, jusqu'au 28 août.

#150 – Tarde “Macnífica” con … Marc !  

Tarde “Macnífica” con … Marc ! Podcast 150 !! Como no podía ser de otra manera, lo quería hacer de una manera un poco especial, y si te rodeas de personas que transmiten feeling como Marc sólo puede pasar una cosa : Que salga un podcast “Macnífico”. Gracias por empezar una amistad y ser un … Sigue leyendo #150 – Tarde “Macnífica” con … Marc !

La entrada #150 – Tarde “Macnífica” con … Marc ! se publicó primero en Batería al 2x100.

039: 15 Ways to Be Irresistibly Attractive by Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life (Law of Attraction Tips & Tricks for Love)  

Marc Chernoff of Marc And Angel Hack Life shares 15 ways to be irresistibly attractive.

Episode 039: 15 Ways to Be Irresistibly Attractive by Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel Hack Life (Law of Attraction Tips & Tricks for Love).

Marc and Angel Chernoff are professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having “one of the most popular personal development blogs.” Through their blog, book, course and coaching, they’ve spent the past decade writing about and teaching proven strategies for finding lasting happiness, success, love and peace.
The site has attracted over 100 million page views and 100 thousand subscribers since its inception in 2006.
Their first book, “1,000 Little Things Happy, Successful People Do Differently“ is a focused collection of short, concise tips and reflections on the little things that make a huge difference in our daily lives. It’s available online at: marcandangel.com/book and on Amazon.

The original post is located here: http://www.marcandangel.com/2012/08/10/15-ways-to-be-irresistibly-attractive

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