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  • Two Wheeled Nomad - Lisa Morris and Jason Spafford & Royal Enfield Motorcycles

    · 01:43:25 · Adventure Rider Radio Motorcycle Podcast. Travel Adventures, Bike Tech Tips

     Two Wheeled Nomad / Royal Enfield Two years ago we had Lisa Morris and Jason Spafford, Two Wheeled Nomad, on ARR. At the time Lisa was a newbie to riding, and the trip was just in the beginning stages. Recently, Jim talked with Lisa and Jason about what they've been up to as they plan the next leg of their adventure. Where are they headed to and is there any end in sight to their moto adventure? And on the heels of the grand opening of the Royal Enfield North America headquarters and first flagship showroom opening, Jim had the opportunity to discuss the future of the Royal Enfield motorcycle with Siddartha Lal, CEO of Royal Enfield and Rod Copes, President of Royal Enfield North America. Will an adventure bike be coming to North America? Two Wheeled Nomad - Lisa Morris & Jason Spafford Two years on the road, and still going strong, Lisa and Jason talk about their adventures and future plans. Lisa is a travel writer and Jason is an adventure photographer, both freelancing on the road to help keep up their nomadic lifestyle. Website: https://twowheelednomad.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/twowheelednomad/   Royal Enfield - Siddartha Lal & Rod Copes   * From Royal Enfield News Release: Milwaukee, Wis. (Sept. 12, 2016) Royal Enfield North America Cruises Into Milwaukee With the Opening of North American Headquarters and First Flagship Showroom Oldest Motorcycle Brand in Continuous Production Focuses Efforts in North America It was a historic day for Royal Enfield, the fastest-growing motorcycle brand in the world, as it marked the opening of its first flagship dealer experience in Milwaukee, the heart of the North American motorcycle community.   Royal Enfield CEO Siddhartha Lal and Rod Copes, president of Royal Enfield North America, addressed the crowd, including VIPs and dignitaries, at the grand opening event this past weekend.  “Royal Enfield is focused on delivering a ‘Pure Motorcycling’ experience to consumers. Our motorcycles are classically styled, simple, evocative and fun to ride. Royal Enfield creates a unique experience for riders that is approachable and unintimidating,” Copes said at the press conference. “This is the brand’s first stand-alone showroom location in the U.S., which brings to life the 115-year heritage of Royal Enfield – a history we’re very proud of.” The company has also selected Milwaukee as the location of its headquarters and currently employs a staff of 20. “Myself and the rest of the Royal Enfield global leadership are committed to the North American region,” Lal said. “Since 2010, we have increased production from 50,000 units to 500,000 units globally, and we are expected to produce 675,000 by the end of this fiscal year. North America is key to the contribution of that global growth.” Royal Enfield North America will be continuing the brand’s storied history with the unveiling of its North American model lineup, featuring single-cylinder engines currently up to 535 cc. Available models at the 226 N. Water St. showroom include: •The Classic 500 – timeless colors and classic styling ideal for exploring a city or cruising a country road.  •The Continental GT – a light and nimble motorcycle that boasts an aggressive riding position for an exhilarating ride. •The Bullet 500 – in production for seven decades with its unmistakable appearance and distinctive exhaust note, this model delivers a classic, vivid sensory experience on every ride.    About Royal Enfield:  The oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production, Royal Enfield made its first motorcycle in 1901. A division of Eicher Motors Limited, Royal Enfield has created the mid-size motorcycle segment in India with its unique and distinctive modern classic motorcycles. With its new manufacturing base in Chennai, India, Royal Enfield has been able to grow its production rapidly against a surge in demand for its motorcycles. With more than 50 percent growth every year for the last five years, Royal Enfield is fast becoming a very important player in the global mid-size motorcycle market and is working toward reinventing this space with motorcycles that are evocative and engaging and great fun to ride.    Royal Enfield exports to over 50 countries across the world including the USA, UK, several European and Latin American countries, as well as the Middle East and Southeast Asia. Royal Enfield also organizes and supports many motorcycling events and rides globally, more prominently the Rider Mania – an annual gathering of Royal Enfield riders from all over the world at the lovely beaches of Goa – and the Himalayan Odyssey, the most arduous motorcycle ride over some of the toughest roads and highest mountain passes in the Himalayas. Royal Enfield also conducts the popular “One Ride,” where people around the world ride out on their motorcycles on the first Sunday of April. To learn more, visit www.royalenfield.com/USA, www.instagram.com/ royalenfield_na/ or www.facebook.com/RoyalEnfieldNorthAmerica/. ARR is Brought to You By: Max BMW Motorcycles Shop our Online Store featuring parts diagrams for every BMW model. Ordering parts and accessories has never been easier. Choose your bike, look at the diagrams and place your order. We have over 45,000 parts in-stock and our Parts Express team processes and ships orders six days a week via UPS, FedEx and USPS. www.maxbmw.com BestRest ProductsHome of the CyclePump Tire Inflator, TireIron BeadBrakR, EZAir Tire Gauge, and other adventure motorcycle gear.  When you’re on the road you’ll want a compact and reliable method of tire inflation.  The CyclePump runs off your bike’s electrical system and it’ll fill a flat tire in less than 3 minutes.   It’s made in the USA and it comes with a 5-year warranty.  BestRest also makes tire changing and tire repair kits that are small enough to fit in your saddlebag.  The crew at BestRest are adventure riders themselves, so they know what you’ll need when you’re exploring the world. www.CyclePump.com AerostichThe best way to ride more is to make riding your easiest, fastest way to get from A to B…simple everyday commuting and errands, long-distance adventure riding, or whatever. 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  • Episode 184 Develop your Fantasy Royal Court

    · 00:51:53 · Worldbuilder's Anvil

    Today's Topic What is a fantasy world without an Imperial or Royal Court Outside of the magic, one of the most common features of the fantasy genre is the royal court. It might be the seat of power to the forces of good or the focus of evil. Or there could be a good and evil court. Queens and Kings are here to stay For whatever reason, people even in modern liberal democracies are still enthralled with these relics of the earliest civilizations. Some courts appear with minimal trappings, and others seem to be extraordinarily complex. All of the courts have a few things in common The build around the royal family The leader will appoint prominent positions Ceremonies will be used to reinforce the position of the queen or king And typically, the structure will be mimicked by other influential people in the realm. The aristocracy or powerful commoners will set up their courts to prove their power, even when they are working to improve their positions in the Royal court. Do not fly too close to the royal sun However, as the smaller courts rise up, the King or Queen will often claim certain rights to themselves.  If those rules are trespassed on, it could cause a conflict with the monarch. Please Subscribe, Rate and Review us on iTunes For complete Fantasy Worldbuilding, show notes go to Gardul.com The bigger benefit for me was increased focus.  It was another major issue of mine.  However, that is a story for a different day. Get the stories and hear the tips in this episode of the Worldbuilder’s Anvil Podcast Listen to Michael and I as we have some fun talking about royal courts. Podcast Show Flow What is a Royal Court System? The Household House and sometimes imprison royal family Royals and harem and concubines Patronage The Council General Advisors Helps create laws, execute law, head judiciary Some even elected the new rulers The ceremonies Collect Tribute State meetings Religious The offices Appoint or de facto (Harem in Constantinople) Governors Noble vs peasants Used to help Royals and give nobles something to fight about The Next Step Inclusion of artist and others Cabinets and bureaucracies Please Subscribe, Rate and Review us on iTunes For complete Fantasy Worldbuilding, show notes go to Gardul.com The Worldbuilding Task for the Day Look at a large state and think out the royal system.   The Real-world Task for the Day Look at your country's executive branch and consider how it came out of the court system   Michael's Resources Use Gardul.com/Amazon when shopping online to help support the show Wiki on Royal courts Wiki on Royal appointments Titus Free Daily Focus Planner Links ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Visit Show notes ))))))))))))))))))))))))) http://gardul.com/blog/episode-184-develop-your-fantasy-royal-court   ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Mentions links ))))))))))))))))))))))))) Free Daily Focus Planner: https://www.smallbizlife.com/focus https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Court_(royal) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Court_appointment   ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Rate and Review us in iTunes ))))))))))))))))))))))))) https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/worldbuilders-anvil/id956705643?mt=2   ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Like our Facebook Page ))))))))))))))))))))))))) https://www.facebook.com/GardulStories/   ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Join our Facebook Group ))))))))))))))))))))))))) https://www.facebook.com/groups/undercroft/   ((((((((((((((((((((((( Support us by using our Amazon Affiliate Link ))))))))))))))))))))) http://gardul.com/Amazon   ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Jeff on Twitter  ))))))))))))))))))))))))) https://twitter.com/JefferyWIngram ((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Affiliate Mentions links ))))))))))))))))))))))))) Titus: http://amzn.to/2tB8IfP

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  • #77: [Re-Release] How To Create Incredibly Magnetic Reports—And Attract Truckloads of Clients

    · 00:21:46 · The Three Month Vacation Podcast: Online Small Business|Marketing Strategy Plan| Sean D'Souza | Psychotactics

    When your client picks up your report, can you guarantee they'll read it from start to finish? No matter how good the content, there are precise elements that cause a client to completely consume the report. This episode delves into three of the most important elements that makes your report stand out and more importantly, get read. http://www.psychotactics.com/secret-getting-your-report-read/  ------------------------------------- In this episode Sean talks about Part 1: What makes a report powerful?Part 2: What are tiny increments?Part 3: How to empower your readerEarlier Recording: Right click and ‘save as’ to download this episode.Re-Release: Right click and ‘save as’ to download this episode. Useful Resources and Links Dart Board Pricing: How To Increase Prices (Without Losing Customers)The Headline Report: Why Headlines FailThe 70% Principle: Why It Knocks Procrastination Out of the Ball Park  ------------------------------------- Back in the year 2003  I wrote an article where you just had to take three steps to write a great headline. You could test the headline and you could find out in minutes that it worked for you, and it also got the attention of your customers. I wasn’t prepared for how popular that article would be. As we were looking at the statistics of the Psychotactics site, we saw that the article got picked up over and over again. Then we decided, let’s make this a report. Surprisingly, when I took that same article, which was just about 800 words, and I put it into a PDF and put some graphics and an introduction and some cartoons, it became close to a ten-page book. That is the headline report. This is the interesting part. The report was nothing more than an article. Can we all do the same? Can we just write an 800-word article, put it in a report, and make it powerful? Not quite. You have to understand why the report works. We’re going to break up that headline report here today on this podcast. You’ll see for yourself, there are three elements that make it work. Let’s explore those three elements. What makes the report so powerful? The key factor is not the elements but the overall concept. The overall concept is one of empowerment. We are so hung up on the concept of information that we forget what we really have to do as teachers. As teachers we have to empower. We know we’ve done our job correctly when the client is able to do exactly what we’re doing, and possibly even better. Frankly, when I was writing the headline report I wasn’t thinking of this. I wasn’t thinking of empowerment. I wasn’t thinking of the elements. But when you deconstruct the report you can see there are three very specific elements that make it that empowerment tool. The first of the elements is tiny increments. The second is the length. The third are the examples in the report. Let’s explore each one systematically. Let’s start off with the first one, which is the tiny increments. What are tiny increments? About a month ago I got myself some recording hardware. It has all these buttons and it’s very hard to figure out which button to press and when to press it. Of course you don’t want to look at the manual because that’s really badly written. Maybe you go online like I did and you go to YouTube. There are lots of tutorials on how to use it, but there is all this unboxing and then something else and something else. 35 minutes later, you have no clue what you’re supposed to do. Then I found a video that was only three minutes long. The video only covered turning on the device. Now, it was three minutes long. How much can you learn about turning on a device? It’s a little switch. But it was so cool. I could actually do it. It was a tiny increment. You don’t have to put in a ton of information for people to be impressed. You have to empower. At the end of the video, what could I do? I could turn on the device. So I go to the next video. In the next video, they cover a little bit again. This is the concept of tiny increments. When we’re teaching, we don’t understand that the client doesn’t get what we’re saying. Let’s say you’ve come to one of the Psychotactics workshops and we’re doing an experiment. We’re saying we’re going to take steps now. I say, “Okay, let’s take a step.” Then you watch the people in the room. What do they do? Almost everyone will take a step forward, but someone will take a step to the left, or someone will take a step to the right, or someone will take a step back. Now we have all these permutations where people are going off-tangent. If they just take one step, they just make one mistake, you can pull them back and then say, “What I meant was take a step to the left.” Now the whole group can go one step back, one step to the left, and now we’re on target. When you have something that has a very tiny increment, the customer can only make a very small mistake. You can spot the mistake and pull them back, or you can show them that mistake in your report and pull them back. When you have this wealth of information, all these buttons to press and all these things to do all at once, suddenly the customer is lost. When they’re lost, they’re intimidated, and intimidation doesn’t create a safe zone, and when you don’t create a safe zone then of course you don’t get empowerment. The first factor you have to look at when you look at the headline report is this concept of tiny increments. You only have to take a very tiny step to get from point A to point B. When you’ve taken that step, you can go from point B to point C. This is what struck me when I stepped into an Apple store many years ago. It’s one of the reasons why I bought an Apple even though I’d been using a PC for ages. When I got into the store, I just had to do one thing. That one thing led to the next thing, and that next thing led to the next thing. This is very cool. You see it on the iPad where you just have to press a little button, and that one thing leads to the next thing. This is the concept of tiny increments. You see this in the headline report. It’s what you’ve got to do in your report: just one little step. Now this takes us to the second one, which is the concept of length. Length really helps in empowerment. Every time I speak to someone about this podcast, I will say, “The podcast is only about 15 to 20 minutes long.” But what if were to say, “It’s only two to three hours long’? There would be a very clear difference. When you say 15 to 20 minutes long people think, “I could go for a little walk and I could listen to the podcast.” This principle of length is critical, especially when a customer doesn’t know you that well and you have to get your message across without going crazy on them. It has helped me when I was trying to work out that audio hardware. I just had to deal with three minutes, and then after that the next three minutes, and then the next three minutes. Every one of those three-minute capsules, they empowered me. They moved me forward. The headline report does this in a really fascinating way. It moves youforward. Within ten pages, you’re done. Now the question arises: Is that it? Is that all you could write about headlines? No, of course not. You could write 300 pages or 500 pages. There is a wealth of information in the world of headlines. But do you have to put in the report? The core of empowerment is simply one of length. When there is not too much of it, someone is able to consume it. Once they’re able to consume it, you have empowered them. You know that because you can get them to teach you what you’ve just taught them and they will do that spectacularly well. We take the first concept, which is tiny increments, and we take the second concept, which is length, and that leaves us with just the third one. What is the third concept? The third concept is simply one of examples and case studies. When you listen to this podcast, you got a whole bunch of examples about the recording device and how I had to fiddle with it. You also got the example of how the iPad worked, and of course my visit to the Apple store for the first time in 2008. Those were examples. Why were those examples there? They weren’t just random stuff. For one thing, the example lowers that intimidation factor. Immediately you’re taken on a little side journey, a little detour. That helps you to focus on the idea, but it also helps you understand the concept in greater detail. When you look at the headline report you’ll find that there is an example of how the headline is being built stage by stage. If all you had was a concept of how to write a headline without the example it would be so much more dreary and harder to achieve the same result. As a teacher, that’s your goal. Your goal is to empower. Examples empower. Case studies empower. Stories empower. Go down that path and put it in your report. Whether you’re reading The Brain Audit, or Pricing,or any book, you will find that we use this concept. That’s what clients read and go, “Wow, I should delve more into this stuff.” The biggest problem that we have is we know too much. We try to put all that too much into our reports, into our books, into our presentations. Does it empower? It’s easy to give information. A lot of people are giving a lot of information. It’s all stuff coming at you left, right, and center, and you don’t know where to go. Your client doesn’t know where to go either. Have this little guiding light of empowerment and everything changes. We started out with a report. We started out with just a little article, but that article had steps, and it went from one step to another to another. When it got into the report stage it was clearer because of the graphics, because of the layout. That’s how you should go about writing your report. Think about empowerment and think about the three things that we’ve covered today. The first thing that we covered today was tiny increments. Remember that even if you say take one step, people can steps in all directions, show you take very tiny steps. The second thing is one of length. A three-hour podcast, a 300-page report, very interesting but no one’s going to read it. You want to keep it simple. You want to keep it within ten or 12 pages. Finally, you want to reduce that intimidation factor. It’s very hard to understand the new concept. Having examples, having stories, having case studies, this really makes it easier for me to figure out what you’re saying. Which brings us to the end of this podcast. What is the one thing that you can do? I think the one thing that you should do is to just boil it down to three things. You’ve seen how this podcast just covers three elements. If I wanted to write a book on how to create a great report, I could write 200 pages. But this podcast, it’s a report. It’s just got three points, three simple points, and you’ve been empowered. I think you should do the same. Just jot down three points. I know there are 700 points on the topic. Just focus on three and you’ll have a report that someone actually consumes. Now isn’t that a novel idea? What have we been doing in the past six weeks or so? If you’ve been following this podcast, you know that we went off to Washington D.C. to have the information products workshop. It’s just 25-30 people in a room. Everyone gets to know each other. Everyone works with each other. It’s an amazing event. We don’t do the Psychotactics workshops very often, so if you ever get a chance to get to a Psychotactics workshop, you should come. It’s empowerment at its very best. You’ll see it at the workshop. From there we flew to Denver and I presented at the Opera House in Denver and lost my voice, got it back, struggled through the whole episode. My wife gave me an eight on ten. She has given me a -2 in the past, so I think I did a pretty good job. That comes down to practice and getting all your act together. During the event, some things went wrong for speakers. The video didn’t show up at the right time, or it didn’t sync with the audio. The way to solve this problem is to do all of the groundwork. I was there a few days in advance, getting over the tiredness factor, making sure that I knew the length of the stage, looking for any light distractions. Because when you’re on a stage a lot of lights hit you, especially on a stage of that size. You need to know where you need to stop before light hits you in the face and you can’t see a thing. You also need to speak to the audio and the video people, because they recommended stuff to me that ensured our whole presentation was absolutely flawless. There’s a lot of background stuff that you have to do, and that marks you out as a professional. I was completely hampered on stage there. I was sniffling and I could barely speak, but that eight on ten, that was because of all the groundwork that went before. As much as I would have liked to get full marks from my wife, at least I was able to struggle to an eight. You know it goes well because when you step out of the auditorium, people come up to you and go, “I’m going to make this fix today. I’m going to make this change today.” You have empowered them. Once we finished with all of the work and the presentations, we went on to Sardinia. We had a great time. Sardinia is this big island off Italy. You’ve probably heard of Sicily. If you look to the left, there is Sardinia. The food is absolutely stunning. We go on vacations because of the food. We really don’t care that much about the monuments. The food has to be good. We gorged a lot and we walked a lot of slopes. That’s how we keep our weight in check. Three weeks in Sardinia, a stopover in San Francisco, and now we’re back in New Zealand. I have to admit it’s been hard getting back to work, even though it’s been a week. This nasty cough that started in Washington D.C. followed me through Denver, through Sardinia, through San Francisco. It’s okay now but it’s been a long run. Nonetheless, it was worth doing the info products course in Washington D.C.. If you missed that, then I would strongly suggest that you get the home study. It’s not cheap but it helps you construct that book. You go from this report and you can create audio, video or webinars, but not just any old webinar or any audio or book, but stuff that empowers and empowers in a big way. You can find that in the product section of the Psychotactics site. If you’re not looking for something quite that big, you might want to check out Dartboard Pricing, because if nothing else you want to increase your prices without losing customers. You can find that at psychotactics.com/ttc. If on the other hand you want to send me a message, I’m at @SeanD’Souza on Twitter, Sean D’Souza on Facebook, and of course on Psychotactics at sean@psychotactics.com. If you’re wondering how you can deconstruct the headline report, you can go to psychotactics.com and subscribe, and you will get the headline report. If you’ve already subscribed, go to psychotactics.com/psychoheadlines.pdf, and there it is just for you. That’s me, Sean D’Souza, saying bye for now.   You can also listen to or read this episode: #8:The Power of Enough—And Why It’s Critical To Your Sanity http://www.psychotactics.com/power-enough-critical-sanity/

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  • #45: The Secret To Getting Your Report Read (From Start To Finish)

    · 00:21:53 · The Three Month Vacation Podcast: Online Small Business|Marketing Strategy Plan| Sean D'Souza | Psychotactics

    When your client picks up your report, can you guarantee they'll read it from start to finish? No matter how good the content, there are precise elements that cause a client to completely consume the report. This episode delves into three of the most important elements that makes your report stand out—and more importantly—get read. In this episode Sean talks about Part 1: What makes a report powerful?Part 2: What are tiny increments?Part 3: How to empower your readerRight click here and ‘save as’ to download this episode to your computer.  Useful Resources and Links Dart Board Pricing: How To Increase Prices (Without Losing Customers)The Headline Report: Why Headlines FailThe 70% Principle: Why It Knocks Procrastination Out of the Ball Park The  Transcript Back in the year 2003  I wrote an article where you just had to take three steps to write a great headline. You could test the headline and you could find out in minutes that it worked for you, and it also got the attention of your customers. I wasn’t prepared for how popular that article would be. As we were looking at the statistics of the Psychotactics site, we saw that the article got picked up over and over again. Then we decided, let’s make this a report. Surprisingly, when I took that same article, which was just about 800 words, and I put it into a PDF and put some graphics and an introduction and some cartoons, it became close to a ten-page book. That is the headline report. This is the interesting part. The report was nothing more than an article. Can we all do the same? Can we just write an 800-word article, put it in a report, and make it powerful? Not quite. You have to understand why the report works. We’re going to break up that headline report here today on this podcast. You’ll see for yourself, there are three elements that make it work. Let’s explore those three elements. What makes the report so powerful? The key factor is not the elements but the overall concept. The overall concept is one of empowerment. We are so hung up on the concept of information that we forget what we really have to do as teachers. As teachers we have to empower. We know we’ve done our job correctly when the client is able to do exactly what we’re doing, and possibly even better. Frankly, when I was writing the headline report I wasn’t thinking of this. I wasn’t thinking of empowerment. I wasn’t thinking of the elements. But when you deconstruct the report you can see there are three very specific elements that make it that empowerment tool. The first of the elements is tiny increments. The second is the length. The third are the examples in the report. Let’s explore each one systematically. Let’s start off with the first one, which is the tiny increments. What are tiny increments? About a month ago I got myself some recording hardware. It has all these buttons and it’s very hard to figure out which button to press and when to press it. Of course you don’t want to look at the manual because that’s really badly written. Maybe you go online like I did and you go to YouTube. There are lots of tutorials on how to use it, but there is all this unboxing and then something else and something else. 35 minutes later, you have no clue what you’re supposed to do. Then I found a video that was only three minutes long. The video only covered turning on the device. Now, it was three minutes long. How much can you learn about turning on a device? It’s a little switch. But it was so cool. I could actually do it. It was a tiny increment. You don’t have to put in a ton of information for people to be impressed. You have to empower. At the end of the video, what could I do? I could turn on the device. So I go to the next video. In the next video, they cover a little bit again. This is the concept of tiny increments. When we’re teaching, we don’t understand that the client doesn’t get what we’re saying. Let’s say you’ve come to one of the Psychotactics workshops and we’re doing an experiment. We’re saying we’re going to take steps now. I say, “Okay, let’s take a step.” Then you watch the people in the room. What do they do? Almost everyone will take a step forward, but someone will take a step to the left, or someone will take a step to the right, or someone will take a step back. Now we have all these permutations where people are going off-tangent. If they just take one step, they just make one mistake, you can pull them back and then say, “What I meant was take a step to the left.” Now the whole group can go one step back, one step to the left, and now we’re on target. When you have something that has a very tiny increment, the customer can only make a very small mistake. You can spot the mistake and pull them back, or you can show them that mistake in your report and pull them back. When you have this wealth of information, all these buttons to press and all these things to do all at once, suddenly the customer is lost. When they’re lost, they’re intimidated, and intimidation doesn’t create a safe zone, and when you don’t create a safe zone then of course you don’t get empowerment. The first factor you have to look at when you look at the headline report is this concept of tiny increments. You only have to take a very tiny step to get from point A to point B. When you’ve taken that step, you can go from point B to point C. This is what struck me when I stepped into an Apple store many years ago. It’s one of the reasons why I bought an Apple even though I’d been using a PC for ages. When I got into the store, I just had to do one thing. That one thing led to the next thing, and that next thing led to the next thing. This is very cool. You see it on the iPad where you just have to press a little button, and that one thing leads to the next thing. This is the concept of tiny increments. You see this in the headline report. It’s what you’ve got to do in your report: just one little step. Now this takes us to the second one, which is the concept of length. Length really helps in empowerment. Every time I speak to someone about this podcast, I will say, “The podcast is only about 15 to 20 minutes long.” But what if were to say, “It’s only two to three hours long’? There would be a very clear difference. When you say 15 to 20 minutes long people think, “I could go for a little walk and I could listen to the podcast.” This principle of length is critical, especially when a customer doesn’t know you that well and you have to get your message across without going crazy on them. It has helped me when I was trying to work out that audio hardware. I just had to deal with three minutes, and then after that the next three minutes, and then the next three minutes. Every one of those three-minute capsules, they empowered me. They moved me forward. The headline report does this in a really fascinating way. It moves youforward. Within ten pages, you’re done. Now the question arises: Is that it? Is that all you could write about headlines? No, of course not. You could write 300 pages or 500 pages. There is a wealth of information in the world of headlines. But do you have to put in the report? The core of empowerment is simply one of length. When there is not too much of it, someone is able to consume it. Once they’re able to consume it, you have empowered them. You know that because you can get them to teach you what you’ve just taught them and they will do that spectacularly well. We take the first concept, which is tiny increments, and we take the second concept, which is length, and that leaves us with just the third one. What is the third concept? The third concept is simply one of examples and case studies. When you listen to this podcast, you got a whole bunch of examples about the recording device and how I had to fiddle with it. You also got the example of how the iPad worked, and of course my visit to the Apple store for the first time in 2008. Those were examples. Why were those examples there? They weren’t just random stuff. For one thing, the example lowers that intimidation factor. Immediately you’re taken on a little side journey, a little detour. That helps you to focus on the idea, but it also helps you understand the concept in greater detail. When you look at the headline report you’ll find that there is an example of how the headline is being built stage by stage. If all you had was a concept of how to write a headline without the example it would be so much more dreary and harder to achieve the same result. As a teacher, that’s your goal. Your goal is to empower. Examples empower. Case studies empower. Stories empower. Go down that path and put it in your report. Whether you’re reading The Brain Audit, or Pricing,or any book, you will find that we use this concept. That’s what clients read and go, “Wow, I should delve more into this stuff.” The biggest problem that we have is we know too much. We try to put all that too much into our reports, into our books, into our presentations. Does it empower? It’s easy to give information. A lot of people are giving a lot of information. It’s all stuff coming at you left, right, and center, and you don’t know where to go. Your client doesn’t know where to go either. Have this little guiding light of empowerment and everything changes. We started out with a report. We started out with just a little article, but that article had steps, and it went from one step to another to another. When it got into the report stage it was clearer because of the graphics, because of the layout. That’s how you should go about writing your report. Think about empowerment and think about the three things that we’ve covered today. The first thing that we covered today was tiny increments. Remember that even if you say take one step, people can steps in all directions, show you take very tiny steps. The second thing is one of length. A three-hour podcast, a 300-page report, very interesting but no one’s going to read it. You want to keep it simple. You want to keep it within ten or 12 pages. Finally, you want to reduce that intimidation factor. It’s very hard to understand the new concept. Having examples, having stories, having case studies, this really makes it easier for me to figure out what you’re saying. Which brings us to the end of this podcast. What is the one thing that you can do? I think the one thing that you should do is to just boil it down to three things. You’ve seen how this podcast just covers three elements. If I wanted to write a book on how to create a great report, I could write 200 pages. But this podcast, it’s a report. It’s just got three points, three simple points, and you’ve been empowered. I think you should do the same. Just jot down three points. I know there are 700 points on the topic. Just focus on three and you’ll have a report that someone actually consumes. Now isn’t that a novel idea? What have we been doing in the past six weeks or so? If you’ve been following this podcast, you know that we went off to Washington D.C. to have the information products workshop. It’s just 25-30 people in a room. Everyone gets to know each other. Everyone works with each other. It’s an amazing event. We don’t do the Psychotactics workshops very often, so if you ever get a chance to get to a Psychotactics workshop, you should come. It’s empowerment at its very best. You’ll see it at the workshop. From there we flew to Denver and I presented at the Opera House in Denver and lost my voice, got it back, struggled through the whole episode. My wife gave me an eight on ten. She has given me a -2 in the past, so I think I did a pretty good job. That comes down to practice and getting all your act together. During the event, some things went wrong for speakers. The video didn’t show up at the right time, or it didn’t sync with the audio. The way to solve this problem is to do all of the groundwork. I was there a few days in advance, getting over the tiredness factor, making sure that I knew the length of the stage, looking for any light distractions. Because when you’re on a stage a lot of lights hit you, especially on a stage of that size. You need to know where you need to stop before light hits you in the face and you can’t see a thing. You also need to speak to the audio and the video people, because they recommended stuff to me that ensured our whole presentation was absolutely flawless. There’s a lot of background stuff that you have to do, and that marks you out as a professional. I was completely hampered on stage there. I was sniffling and I could barely speak, but that eight on ten, that was because of all the groundwork that went before. As much as I would have liked to get full marks from my wife, at least I was able to struggle to an eight. You know it goes well because when you step out of the auditorium, people come up to you and go, “I’m going to make this fix today. I’m going to make this change today.” You have empowered them. Once we finished with all of the work and the presentations, we went on to Sardinia. We had a great time. Sardinia is this big island off Italy. You’ve probably heard of Sicily. If you look to the left, there is Sardinia. The food is absolutely stunning. We go on vacations because of the food. We really don’t care that much about the monuments. The food has to be good. We gorged a lot and we walked a lot of slopes. That’s how we keep our weight in check. Three weeks in Sardinia, a stopover in San Francisco, and now we’re back in New Zealand. I have to admit it’s been hard getting back to work, even though it’s been a week. This nasty cough that started in Washington D.C. followed me through Denver, through Sardinia, through San Francisco. It’s okay now but it’s been a long run. Nonetheless, it was worth doing the info products course in Washington D.C.. If you missed that, then I would strongly suggest that you get the home study. It’s not cheap but it helps you construct that book. You go from this report and you can create audio, video or webinars, but not just any old webinar or any audio or book, but stuff that empowers and empowers in a big way. You can find that in the product section of the Psychotactics site. If you’re not looking for something quite that big, you might want to check out Dartboard Pricing, because if nothing else you want to increase your prices without losing customers. You can find that at psychotactics.com/ttc. If on the other hand you want to send me a message, I’m at @SeanD’Souza on Twitter, Sean D’Souza on Facebook, and of course on Psychotactics at sean@psychotactics.com. If you’re wondering how you can deconstruct the headline report, you can go to psychotactics.com and subscribe, and you will get the headline report. If you’ve already subscribed, go to psychotactics.com/psychoheadlines.pdf, and there it is just for you. That’s me, Sean D’Souza, saying bye for now.   You can also listen to or read this episode: #8:The Power of Enough—And Why It’s Critical To Your Sanity

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  • Universal Orlando Resort - Best onsite hotels at Universal Studios

    · 00:44:23 · MouseChat.net – Disney News & Reviews

      We spend four days at Universal Orlando Resort and stayed at several of the Universal Loews resorts and toured all of them. Cabana Bay Beach Resort Universal Cabana Bay is themed after the retro 1950's and 60's.  If you are use to staying at a Disney Value Resort when you come to Orlando, this resort at Universal Orlando is going to take your breath away.  For the same price, or just a little bit more than a Disney World Value Resort, Cabana Bay at Universal Orlando offers so much more.  The resort has two pools and a lazy river.  Also Cabana Bay Beach Resort has a massive fitness center.  This is not a hotel room without the bed and two treadmills.  This fitness center is massive and is not like any resort gym you have experienced.  These rooms have indoor access for most rooms, so pool side rooms have outside access.  The rooms even have VO5.  Oh and by the way there is also a waterslide.  Now with the Lazy River you can bring your own tubes and they will fill them up, or you can get a Cabana Bay logo tube and they make for great souvenirs.   Cabana Bay Beach Resort also has a lounge with a retro feel, a full bowling alley, a 1950's decor Starbucks, a very well appointed food court and very nice hotel rooms.  If you have not stayed at Cabana Bay Beach Resort and are looking for an entry level priced resort on Universal Studios property, this resort is amazing.  It's hard to beat the value of Cabana Bay, but we have several other Universal Orlando Resorts to cover.     Sapphire Falls The newest Universal Orlando Resort is stunning!  Sapphire Falls has a magnificent lobby and a grand staircase that is perfect for photos.  We all really love Sapphire Falls.  The decor, the colors, the tropical pool area all made us want to book our next Universal vacation here.  The Sapphire Falls bar, lobby, restaurants, are all very inviting.  The rooms also have a modern feel.  These rooms start at $179 per tax off season as of this podcast.  The water taxi also accesses this resort.  Just like all Universal on property resort their is a fitness center with the latest equipment.           Loews Royal Pacific For a little bit more than staying at Sapphire Falls you can stay at Loews Royal Pacific.  This hotel is our personal favorite.  Royal Pacific is Hawaii in Orlando and it's so tropical and relaxing.  Royal Pacific even has a Hawaiian Luau on the weekends. Insider Tip: When you stay here you get the Unlimited Express Pass to the Universal Studios Parks.  This is a minimum of an $89 per person per day value.  If you stayed just one night at Royal Pacific you get two days of Unlimited Express Pass. There is a tropical zero entry pool, volleyball court, cabana rentals, poolside bar and grill.  Emeralds has a restraunt here too. We ate in Island's Dining room for the character breakfast.  The food was great and the characters were so much fun.  Gru and Kevin the minion stopped by our table and so did Homer and Bart Simpson.  You never saw so many adults get excited to see the characters.   Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Studios Orlando If you want a hotel with action and non-stop activities you should look into Hard Rock.  This hotel sells out quickly so if you want to stay here you need to book it early.  The rooms are modern, you can check out a guitar from the front desk to practice jamming in your room.  Yes they come with headphones.  There are concerts in the lobby.  Velvet Sessions take place once a month in the lobby and have different groups that you can get tickets to.  Even the pool plays music under the water.  The Palm and the Kitchen are both wonderful places to dine and the resort is covered in rock memorabilia.  The Hard Rock Hotel comes with the Unlimited Express Pass for front of the line access to select rides at both Universal parks.  Also the water taxi stops right out front.  The Hard Rock Hotel is also the closest one to the Universal Parks and you can walk to Universal Studios Florida in about 5 minutes. All Onsite Universal resorts offer early entry into the Universal Parks for resort guests.  The early entry changes day to day and usually is the Harry Pottery attraction.  This gets you into Harry Potter an hour before regular park guests and this is invaluable.     Loews Portofino Bay Portofino Bay is Universal top luxury resort.  Coming in at four diamonds this resort takes you to Italy without the long flight and passport.  The largest rooms on property with very large bathrooms, and the courtyard takes you back to Italy.  There is a Spa, two large pool areas with themed pools.  If you want to eat outside and stroll thee cobblestone streets you are going to love Portofino Bay.  We had dinner and also breakfast at Portofino Bay.  Dinner at Mama's was excellent and entertaining.  Mama came by our table with two opera singers and they sang a few songs to our group.  The family style Italian eatery is Mama's house and even the dishes are miss matched as she takes them out of her kitchen.  If you are looking for a luxury resort at Universal Studios Orlando, or if you have a group traveling or convention group, this resort is perfect. Insider Tip: We can book any of these Universal Studios on property resorts for you.  If you are planning a Universal Orlando vacation, wedding, or event a convention group, please contact us.  There is no charge to book with us and we can go over all the latest vacation packages with you.  You also get our expert advice and help planning our vacation or group event.             Join us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. Mouse Chat Facebook Mouse Chat Instagram Mouse Chat Twitter Mouse Chat YouTube We would love to hear from you. Is there something you want to know about Mouse Chat? Please leave a comment. Please join us by listening to our show at MouseChat.net or by downloading and subscribing to Mouse Chat on iTunes. If you subscribe to our Disney Podcast on iTunes you can schedule it to update your player so you will never miss a show. We also have Mouse Chat Radio if you would like to listen to our Internet Radio station. We stream our current and last three episodes on Mouse Chat Radio. Have limited Data? You can listen to Mouse Chat at Mouse Chat Radio. You can listen to Mouse Chat Radio on ZenoRadio. Anyone can listen by calling: (701) 719-2539 Mouse Chat Radio is also broadcasting 24/7 at all of your favorite internet stations (iTunes Radio, TuneIn, etc.)

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  • Hinrundenbilanz: Die Schiedsrichterleistungen - im Rasenfunk Royal

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    In einer fünfteiligen Schlusskonferenz blicken wir auf die Hinserien aller 18 Bundesligamannschaften sowie die Leistungen der Schiedsrichter zurück. Wir nennen es den Rasenfunk Royal und wir freuen uns, dass ihr ihn hört. Bitte verbreitet ihn weiter, macht Freunde, Bekannte oder eure Oma auf uns aufmerksam und schenkt uns ihre Ohren. Wir freuen uns sehr, wenn wir durch dieses Marathonprojekt etwas bekannter werden und auch neue Hörer erreichen. Unser Dank geht an alle 19 fantastischen Gäste - ohne euch wäre der Rasenfunk Royal wie ein Distanzschuss, der nie das Tor erreicht.Werde Rasenfunk Supporter!Viel Vorbereitung und Zeit fließt in den Rasenfunk mit seinen inzwischen über 100 Schlusskonferenzen, 8 Tribünengesprächen und 36 Kurzpässen. Unser Traum: Ihn aus der Freizeit in den Alltag zu hieven. Und dafür brauchen wir eure Unterstützung: Werdet ein Rasenfunk Supporter und helft uns, den Podcast auf finanzielle Beine zu stellen. Auch kleine Spenden helfen, alle Informationen findet ihr auf rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen. Alle Teile des Rasenfunk Royal zur Hinrunde 16/17 Teil 1 mit Bayern, Leipzig, Hertha und Frankfurt Teil 2 mit Hoffenheim, Dortmund, Köln, Freiburg und Leverkusen Teil 3 mit Mainz, Schalke, Augsburg, Wolfsburg und Mönchengladbach Teil 4 mit Bremen, Hamburg, Ingolstadt und Darmstadt Teil 5 mit allem zu den Schiedsrichterleistungen der Hinrunde (Und zur Zweiten Liga gibt es den Rasenfunk Royal XS) Rasenfunk Royal - Teil 5Kapitel gibt es diesmal nicht, es war nur ein Einzelgespräch mit Alex Feuerherdt von Collinas Erben. Er ist auf Twitter als @LizasWelt zu finden und nimmt dort gerne Huldigungen aller Art entgegen.  Hier gibt es die Episode in verschiedenen Formaten zum Download: m4a/mp4 (64,7 MB) | opus (92,5 MB) | mp3 (78,7 MB) | ogg vorbis (81,0 MB) Hört auch in unsere anderen Formate: Tribünengespräch! Kurzpass Unterstützt den Rasenfunk! Helft uns dabei, den Rasenfunk in eure Ohren zu bringen. Wir haben den Rasenfunk Supporters Club gegründet. Alle Informationen findet ihr unter rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen Wir freuen uns außerdem über Likes bei Twitter, Facebook, YouTube und

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  • Hinrundenbilanz: Werder, Hamburg, Ingolstadt und Darmstadt im Rasenfunk Royal

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    In einer fünfteiligen Schlusskonferenz blicken wir auf die Hinserien aller 18 Bundesligamannschaften sowie die Leistungen der Schiedsrichter zurück. Wir nennen es den Rasenfunk Royal und wir freuen uns, dass ihr ihn hört. Bitte verbreitet ihn weiter, macht Freunde, Bekannte oder eure Oma auf uns aufmerksam und schenkt uns ihre Ohren. Wir freuen uns sehr, wenn wir durch dieses Marathonprojekt etwas bekannter werden und auch neue Hörer erreichen. Unser Dank geht an alle 19 fantastischen Gäste - ohne euch wäre der Rasenfunk Royal wie ein Distanzschuss, der nie das Tor erreicht.Werde Rasenfunk Supporter!Viel Vorbereitung und Zeit fließt in den Rasenfunk mit seinen inzwischen über 100 Schlusskonferenzen, 8 Tribünengesprächen und 36 Kurzpässen. Unser Traum: Ihn aus der Freizeit in den Alltag zu hieven. Und dafür brauchen wir eure Unterstützung: Werdet ein Rasenfunk Supporter und helft uns, den Podcast auf finanzielle Beine zu stellen. Auch kleine Spenden helfen, alle Informationen findet ihr auf rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen. Alle Teile des Rasenfunk Royal zur Hinrunde 16/17 Teil 1 mit Bayern, Leipzig, Hertha und Frankfurt Teil 2 mit Hoffenheim, Dortmund, Köln, Freiburg und Leverkusen Teil 3 mit Mainz, Schalke, Augsburg, Wolfsburg und Mönchengladbach Teil 4 mit Bremen, Hamburg, Ingolstadt und Darmstadt Teil 5 mit allem zu den Schiedsrichterleistungen der Hinrunde (Und zur Zweiten Liga gibt es den Rasenfunk Royal XS) Rasenfunk Royal - Teil 4Ergänzend zu den Kapitelmarken findet ihr hier die Timecodes der einzelnen Segmente:00:00:00 | Begrüßung und Einführung00:02:51 | Schalte Werder/Hamburg: Vorstellung der Gäste00:04:04 | Werder Bremen mit Johanna Göddecke: "Joa. Same procedure as last year"Johanna macht mit beim Werder-Podcast Weserfunk und ist bei Twitter als @fireflie8 unterwegs00:47:15 | Hamburger SV mit Sebastian Wolff: "Schlimmer geht immer, aber die Burg hält"Sebastian Wolff arbeitet beim Kicker und twitter als @wolffseb01:24:53 | FC Ingolstadt 04 mit Ralph Gunesch: "Wieder in der Spur"Ex-Bundesligaprofi Ralph Gunesch twittert eifrig als @felgenralle und kommentiert noch eifriger auf DAZN02:18:55 | SV Darmstadt 98 mit David: "Im Sado-Maso Keller"David ist bei drei90 zu hören und kann bei Twitter unter @ngungonvn verfolgt werden. Hier gibt es die Episode in verschiedenen Formaten zum Download: m4a/mp4 (95,2 MB) | opus (136,8 MB) | mp3 (117,0 MB) | ogg vorbis (125,0 MB)

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  • Hinrundenbilanz: Mainz, Schalke, Augsburg, Wolfsburg und Mönchengladbach im Rasenfunk Royal

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    In einer fünfteiligen Schlusskonferenz blicken wir auf die Hinserien aller 18 Bundesligamannschaften sowie die Leistungen der Schiedsrichter zurück. Wir nennen es den Rasenfunk Royal und wir freuen uns, dass ihr ihn hört. Bitte verbreitet ihn weiter, macht Freunde, Bekannte oder eure Oma auf uns aufmerksam und schenkt uns ihre Ohren. Wir freuen uns sehr, wenn wir durch dieses Marathonprojekt etwas bekannter werden und auch neue Hörer erreichen. Unser Dank geht an alle 19 fantastischen Gäste - ohne euch wäre der Rasenfunk Royal wie ein Distanzschuss, der nie das Tor erreicht.Werde Rasenfunk Supporter!Viel Vorbereitung und Zeit fließt in den Rasenfunk mit seinen inzwischen über 100 Schlusskonferenzen, 8 Tribünengesprächen und 36 Kurzpässen. Unser Traum: Ihn aus der Freizeit in den Alltag zu hieven. Und dafür brauchen wir eure Unterstützung: Werdet ein Rasenfunk Supporter und helft uns, den Podcast auf finanzielle Beine zu stellen. Auch kleine Spenden helfen, alle Informationen findet ihr auf rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen. Alle Teile des Rasenfunk Royal zur Hinrunde 16/17 Teil 1 mit Bayern, Leipzig, Hertha und Frankfurt Teil 2 mit Hoffenheim, Dortmund, Köln, Freiburg und Leverkusen Teil 3 mit Mainz, Schalke, Augsburg, Wolfsburg und Mönchengladbach Teil 4 mit Bremen, Hamburg, Ingolstadt und Darmstadt Teil 5 mit allem zu den Schiedsrichterleistungen der Hinrunde (Und zur Zweiten Liga gibt es den Rasenfunk Royal XS) Rasenfunk Royal - Teil 3Ergänzend zu den Kapitelmarken findet ihr hier die Timecodes der einzelnen Segmente:00:00:00 | Begrüßung und Einführung00:02:20 | FSV Mainz 05 mit Mara Braun: "Nach Heidel - die schwierige Neufindung"Mara twitter als @Wortpiratin und schreibt viel - unter anderem auf wortpiratin.de00:53:11 | FC Schalke 04 mit Torsten Wieland: "Der letzte Umbruch"Torsten ist im Podcast Blauer Salon zu hören, schreibt auf koenigsblog.de und twittert als @TorstenWieland01:42:16 | FC Augsburg mit Günter Klein: "A kloins bissl Hollywood"Günter arbeitet als Chefreporter Sport beim Münchner Merkur und ist unbedingt verfolgenswert bei Twitter: @guek6202:33:34 | Schalte Wolfsburg/Gladbach: Vorstellung der Gäste02:34:58 | VfL Wolfsburg mit Antonia: "Sehr guter Versuch, schlechte Durchsetzung"Antonia ist freie Mitarbeiterin bei der WAZ und bei Twitter unter @antoniasxn zu finden03:32:02 | Borussia Mönchengladbach mit Stefan Behrens: "Mann, Mann, Mann, Mann, Mann!"Stefan könnt ihr bei meinsportradio.de hören und als @Bruno8x4 lesen Hier gibt es die Episode in verschiedenen Formaten zum Download:

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  • Hinrundenbilanz: Hoffenheim, Dortmund, Köln, Freiburg und Leverkusen im Rasenfunk Royal

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    In einer fünfteiligen Schlusskonferenz blicken wir auf die Hinserien aller 18 Bundesligamannschaften sowie die Leistungen der Schiedsrichter zurück. Wir nennen es den Rasenfunk Royal und wir freuen uns, dass ihr ihn hört. Bitte verbreitet ihn weiter, macht Freunde, Bekannte oder eure Oma auf uns aufmerksam und schenkt uns ihre Ohren. Wir freuen uns sehr, wenn wir durch dieses Marathonprojekt etwas bekannter werden und auch neue Hörer erreichen. Unser Dank geht an alle 19 fantastischen Gäste - ohne euch wäre der Rasenfunk Royal wie ein Distanzschuss, der nie das Tor erreicht. Werdet Rasenfunk Supporter!Viel Vorbereitung und Zeit fließt in den Rasenfunk mit seinen inzwischen über 100 Schlusskonferenzen, 8 Tribünengesprächen und 36 Kurzpässen. Unser Traum: Ihn aus der Freizeit in den Alltag zu hieven. Und dafür brauchen wir eure Unterstützung: Werdet ein Rasenfunk Supporter und helft uns, den Podcast auf finanzielle Beine zu stellen. Auch kleine Spenden helfen, alle Informationen findet ihr auf rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen. Alle Teile des Rasenfunk Royal zur Hinrunde 16/17 Teil 1 mit Bayern, Leipzig, Hertha und Frankfurt Teil 2 mit Hoffenheim, Dortmund, Köln, Freiburg und Leverkusen Teil 3 mit Mainz, Schalke, Augsburg, Wolfsburg und Mönchengladbach Teil 4 mit Bremen, Hamburg, Ingolstadt und Darmstadt Teil 5 mit allem zu den Schiedsrichterleistungen der Hinrunde (Und zur Zweiten Liga gibt es den Rasenfunk Royal XS) Rasenfunk Royal - Teil 2Ergänzend zu den Kapitelmarken findet ihr hier die Timecodes der einzelnen Segmente:00:00:00 | Begrüßung und Einführung00:02:08 | Schalte Hoffenheim/Dortmund: Vorstellung der Gäste00:03:40 | TSG Hoffenheim mit Julian Ritter: "Keiner wird es wagen, unsere TSG zu schlagen"Julian twittert als @bimbeshausen und schreibt auf neureich-bimbeshausen.de00:50:03 | Borussia Dortmund mit Constantin Eckner: "Das Limonadenglas ist halbvoll"Constantin ist im Forecheck-Podcast zu hören, auf Spielverlagerung.de zu lesen und bei Twitter als @cc_eckner zu verfolgen.01:47:13 | Schalte Köln/Freiburg: Vorstellung der Gäste01:49:13 | 1. FC Köln mit Ralf Friedrichs: "Europa, ein alter Traum könnte tatsächlich wahr werden"Ralf moderiert den Effzeh-Stammtisch, schreibt Bücher und ist bei Twitter als @EFFZEH_STAMMTISCH verfolgbar02:38:34 | SC Freiburg mit Michael Schröder: "Zuhause ist's am schönsten - schön langweilig"Michael ist immer wieder im FüchsleTalk zu hören und auf Twitter als @fuszball zu lesen03:28:11 | Leverkusen mit Frank Lußem: "Zu kurz gesprungen"Frank arbeitet für den Kicker und twittert als @frankie1960

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  • Hinrundenbilanz: Bayern, Leipzig, Hertha, Frankfurt im Rasenfunk Royal

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    In einer fünfteiligen Schlusskonferenz blicken wir auf die Hinserien aller 18 Bundesligamannschaften sowie die Leistungen der Schiedsrichter zurück. Wir nennen es den Rasenfunk Royal und wir freuen uns, dass ihr ihn hört. Bitte verbreitet ihn weiter, macht Freunde, Bekannte oder eure Oma auf uns aufmerksam und schenkt uns ihre Ohren. Wir freuen uns sehr, wenn wir durch dieses Marathonprojekt etwas bekannter werden und auch neue Hörer erreichen. Unser Dank geht an alle 19 fantastischen Gäste - ohne euch wäre der Rasenfunk Royal wie ein Distanzschuss, der nie das Tor erreicht. Werdet Rasenfunk Supporter!Viel Vorbereitung und Zeit fließt in den Rasenfunk mit seinen inzwischen über 100 Schlusskonferenzen, 8 Tribünengesprächen und 36 Kurzpässen. Unser Traum: Ihn aus der Freizeit in den Alltag zu hieven. Und dafür brauchen wir eure Unterstützung: Werdet ein Rasenfunk Supporter und helft uns, den Podcast auf finanzielle Beine zu stellen. Auch kleine Spenden helfen, alle Informationen findet ihr auf rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen. Alle Teile des Rasenfunk Royal zur Hinrunde 16/17 Teil 1 mit Bayern, Leipzig, Hertha und Frankfurt Teil 2 mit Hoffenheim, Dortmund, Köln, Freiburg und Leverkusen Teil 3 mit Mainz, Schalke, Augsburg, Wolfsburg und Mönchengladbach Teil 4 mit Bremen, Hamburg, Ingolstadt und Darmstadt Teil 5 mit allem zu den Schiedsrichterleistungen der Hinrunde (Und zur Zweiten Liga gibt es den Rasenfunk Royal XS) Rasenfunk Royal - Teil 1Ergänzend zu den Kapitelmarken findet ihr hier die Timecodes der einzelnen Segmente: 00:00:00 | Begrüßung und Einführung 00:05:08 | Schalte Bayern/Leipzig: Vorstellung der Gäste 00:07:04 | FC Bayern München mit Steffen Meyer: "Gute Fesseln, schlechte Fesseln"Steffen macht den Gut Sport Podcast, twittert als @DerBayernblog und schreibt auf miasanrot.de01:08:57 | Rasenballsport Leipzig mit Matthias Kießling: "Wow, Wahnsinn, puff, peng, plopp!"Matthias bloggt und podcastet auf rotebrauseblogger, bei Twitter heißt er @rotebrauseblog02:13:42 | Schalte Hertha/Eintracht: Vorstellung der Gäste02:15:14 | Hertha BSC mit Marc Schwitzky: "Bestätigung."Marc ist Chefredakteur von Herthabase.de und twittert als @jungerherr189203:03:19 | Eintracht Frankfurt mit Stefan Krieger: "Huch!?"Stefan arbeitet bei der Frankfurter Rundschau, bloggt auf Blog-G.de und twittert als @bloggde Hier gibt es die Episode in verschiedenen Formaten zum Download: m4a/mp4 (85,3 MB) | opus (115,6 MB) | mp3 (104,6 MB) |

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  • Threshold confusion: aerobic, anaerobic, lactate, functional - help! | EP#71

    · 00:31:06 · That Triathlon Show

    How the thresholds relate to your training Why it is important to understand the thresholds to train optimally for your event-specific limiters Interpreting Lactate Curves for Ironman Athletes Does the aerobic threshold correlate with the maximal fat oxidation rate in short stage treadmill tests? RATE AND REVIEW: If you enjoy the show, please help me out by subscribing, rating and reviewing: www.scientifictriathlon.com/rate/  Send feedback, questions or just wanna chat? CONTACT me at mikael@scientifictriathlon.com or connect on Twitter - my handle is @SciTriat.

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  • Sébastien Daucé, "La musique baroque mérite d'être toujours questionnée et rejouée par la jeune génération" (4/5)

    · 00:27:20 · Les grands entretiens

    durée : 00:27:20 - Les grands entretiens - par : Stéphane Grant - **Le chef d'orchestre [Sébastien Daucé](https://www.francemusique.fr/personne/sebastien-dauce) évoque son parcours personnel et musical avec le producteur Stéphane Grant.** {% embed youtube hAKU-ng_y1M %} ## **Son actualité** **Retrouvez _Le Ballet royal de la nuit,_ un spectacle total sur des musiques de Jean de Cambefort, Antoine Boësset, Louis Constantin, Michel Lambert, Francesco Cavalli, et Luigi Rossi. Sébastien Daucé a reconstitué la partition de ce spectacle qui n'a jamais été rejoué depuis sa création en 1653\. Le ballet royal sera au [Théâtre de Caen du 8 au 12 novembre](http://theatre.caen.fr/Spectacles/le-ballet-royal-de-la-nuit), puis a [l'Opéra Royal de Versailles les 24, 25 et 26 novembre](http://www.chateauversailles-spectacles.fr/spectacles/2017/le-ballet-royal-de-la-nuit) et enfin à l'[Opéra de Dijon les 2, 3 et 5 décembre.](http://www.opera-dijon.fr/fr/spectacle/le-ballet-royal-de-la-nuit/491)** {% embed youtube u7M60VO1CEM %} {% bounce 4 40e56473-df68-4bf8-8101-59014e44c74c Le%20%E2%80%9CBallet%20royal%20de%20la%20nuit%E2%80%9D%20%3A%20S%C3%A9bastien%20Dauc%C3%A9%20dans%20les%20pas%20du%20jeune%20Louis%20XIV %C3%A0%20lire%20aussi %} ## **Programmation musicale** ** ♫Antoine Boesset** _Quam pulchra es_ Ensemble Correspondances, dir.Sébastien Daucé Zig Zag Territoires ZZT110801 (2011) {% embed youtube Y_gfZmknFCE %} **♫Étienne Moulinié** _O bone Jesu_ Ensemble Correspondances, dir.Sébastien Daucé Harmonia Mundi HMC 902194 (2014) **♫Étienne Moulinié** _Ecce video_ Ensemble Correspondances, dir.Sébastien Daucé Harmonia Mundi HMC 902194 (2014) **♫François de Chancy** _Allemande en ut_ Ensemble Correspondances, dir.Sébastien Daucé Harmonia Mundi HMC 902194 (2014) **♫Anonyme** _Ouverture_ In _Le Concert royal de la Nuit_ Ensemble Correspondances, dir.Sébastien Daucé Harmonia Mundi HMC 952223.24 (2015) {% embed youtube 0N65JeSRz80 %} **♫Francesco Cavalli** _Coro degl’Italiani : Quel concorso indovino_ In _Le Concert royal de la Nuit_ (Seconde Veille | Vénus et les Grâces) Ensemble Correspondances, dir.Sébastien Daucé Harmonia Mundi HMC 952223.24 (2015) **♫Anonyme** _Entrée pour Endimion_ In _Le Concert royal de la Nuit_ (Troisième Veille | Hercule amoureux) Ensemble Correspondances, dir.Sébastien Daucé Harmonia Mundi HMC 952223.24 (2015) {% embed youtube GzTc32g5-pI %} **♫Anonyme** _Entrée du Roy représentant le Soleil levant \- Entrée des Génies_ In _Le Concert royal de la Nuit_ (Grand Ballet | Le Soleil) Ensemble Correspondances, dir.Sébastien Daucé Harmonia Mundi HMC 952223.24 (2015) **♫Anonyme** "All’impero d’amore" In _Le Concert royal de la Nuit_ (Grand Ballet | Le Soleil) Ensemble Correspondances, dir.Sébastien Daucé Harmonia Mundi HMC 952223.24 (2015) {% embed youtube Mp2Ox5fr4RE %} - réalisé par : Marie Grout

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  • Disney Or Royal Caribbean?

    · 00:23:02 · MouseChat.net – Disney News & Reviews

    Is a Royal Caribbean Cruise worth it? We love Disney Cruise Line, but that does not mean we don't sail on Royal Caribbean and the other cruise lines to keep up with the compition. And it's hard to pass up on all th cruise line deals offered by Royal Caribbean.   Lauren offered her girls a 3 day Disney cruise or a 7 day Royal Caribbean Cruise. Both were the same price. The girls picked the 7 day Royal Caribbean cruise and off they went. Lauren is back with a full Royal Caribbean cruise report. Spoiler alert, they Loved it! Please listen to the full Royal Caribbean Cruise podcast here:     Free at Walt Disney World Get our list of things you can do for free at Walt Disney World. We have a long list of Disney World freebees. These are tips and free extras that we have gathered from our years of Disney World experience. And the list also Free and we will rush it to your in box! Please click the button below to get your list of Free things to get and do at Walt Disney World.   Get our list of Free stuff at Disney World   Join us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. Join Mouse Chat Facebook Mouse Chat Instagram Mouse Chat Twitter Watch Mouse Chat YouTube We would love to hear from you. Is there something you want to know about Mouse Chat? Please leave a comment. Please join us by listening to our show at MouseChat.net or by downloading and subscribing to Mouse Chat on iTunes. If you subscribe to our Disney Podcast on iTunes you can schedule it to update your player.

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  • Royal Reason of Relativity: Buddha, Einstein & Wittgenstein – Ep. 5

    · 00:31:21 · Bob Thurman Podcast

    Professor Thurman discusses the progression in theories of relativity in the west from Einstein to Wittgenstein, and shows how the Buddha set forth a perhaps more complete version of the same insight 2500 years earlier with what was later called “the royal reason of relativity. “ This episode is extracted from Professor Thurman’s Winter 2015 lecture... Read more » The post Royal Reason of Relativity: Buddha, Einstein & Wittgenstein – Ep. 5 appeared first on Robert Thurman.

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  • Universal Orlando Resort Resort Review & Universal Dining Reviews

    · 00:40:57 · MouseChat.net – Disney News & Reviews

    Universal Orlando Resort Resort & Dining Review Universal Orlando Resort and Walt Disney World Trip Review Best Universal Orlando Resorts for families, best Universal convention resort, Universal Orlando Resort reviews, Dining, drinks and snack reviews at Universal, and a quick ride on King Kong in this packed podcast.   Lauren and Lisa spend some time at Universal's Sapphire Falls Resort and give a full resort review on this weeks Mouse Chat podcast. Please listen to our full Mouse Chat podcast to listen to our full resort reviews, dining reviews, and trip report. Universal Sapphire Falls Resort Review Sapphire Falls Quick Review List: Sapphire Falls is a Beautiful Resort. Boat access to the Universal parks is very convenient. The Sapphire Falls rooms are comfortable and have a tropical / modern feel. There is just one mirror and Lisa and Lauren would of liked to have seen a second mirror to make getting ready in the morning quicker. The pool and grounds have a tropical feel and zero entry level at the pool on a tropical beach. Unique - They have pure ice in some specialty drinks that they hand cut into ice cubes. WOW - This is at Strong Water. The pillows are wonderful. Loews Royal Pacific Resort Review We also stayed at Loews Royal Pacific and the convention center at the resort also. You get the Universal Unlimited Express Pass when you stay here and also purchase Universal park tickets. The Universal Express Pass gets you front of the line access to certain rides and attractions and is a real time saver during peak seasons at Universal Orlando Resort. Loews Royal Pacific Quick Review List: The Royal Pacific rooms are perfect for a family. We loved how you can quickly walk from Royal Pacific to City Walk and to both Universal parks. Comfortable beds, nice room layout. The resort is like visiting Hawaii. It's tropical and have a very nice selection of restaurants. Universal Dining Reviews Listen to our Mouse Chat podcast for our reviews of: Universal Orlando Resorts Toothsomes Chocolate Emporium. Universal Studios Food and snack reviews.   Free at Walt Disney World Get our list of things you can do for free at Walt Disney World. We have a long list of Disney World freebees. These are tips and free extras that we have gathered from our years of Disney World experience. And the list also Free and we will rush it to your in box! Please click the button below to get your list of Free things to get and do at Walt Disney World.   Get our list of Free stuff at Disney World   Join us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. Mouse Chat Facebook Mouse Chat Instagram Mouse Chat Twitter Mouse Chat YouTube We would love to hear from you. Is there something you want to know about Mouse Chat? Please leave a comment. Please join us by listening to our show at MouseChat.net or by downloading and subscribing to Mouse Chat on iTunes. If you subscribe to our Disney Podcast on iTunes you can schedule it to update your player so you will never miss a show.

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  • Rasenfunk Royal 5/5: Platz 17+18, Schiedsrichter und Rasenfunk

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    18 Vereine, 19 Gäste. Das ist der Rasenfunk Royal. Wir besprechen die Bundesligasaison 2016/17 mit jeweils einem Gast pro Verein - und zusätzlich auch die Saison der Schiedsrichter. Und wenn wir dann eh schon so viel aufnehmen, können wir auch eure Fragen zum Rasenfunk beantworten. All das findet ihr in diesen fünf Teilen:Teil 1: Bayern, Leipzig, Dortmund, HoffenheimTeil 2: Köln, Berlin, Freiburg, BremenTeil 3: Gladbach, Schalke, Frankfurt, LeverkusenTeil 4: Augsburg, Hamburg, Mainz, WolfsburgTeil 5: Ingolstadt, Darmstadt, Schiedsrichter, Rasenfunk(Heimlicher 6. Teil: Royal xS zur Saison der Zweiten Liga)Ein großer Dank geht an die Gäste dieser Episode:Martin (@aina_93)Matthias Kneifl (Kickschuh Blog, Hoch & weit, @KickschuhBlog)Alex Feuerherdt (Collinas Erben, @LizasWelt)Außerdem waren auch wir zwei, also Frank und Max mit dabeiFrank Helmschrott (@helmi)Max-Jacob Ost (@GNetzer)In dieser Reihenfolge ging es durch die Sendung:00:01:59 | Schalte: FCI, SVD00:03:11 | FC Ingolstadt: Der seltsame Fall des Benjamin Button00:41:35 | SV Darmstadt 98: No Country For Old Men01:27:25 | Die Saison der Schiedsrichter: Und täglich grüßt das Murmeltier04:05:32 | Die Entwicklung des RasenfunksIhr wollt Teil des Rasenfunks werden? Dann tretet dem Rasenfunk Supporters Club bei! Hier gibt es die Episode in verschiedenen Formaten zum Download: m4a/mp4 (105,5 MB) | opus (139,9 MB) | mp3 (130,2 MB) | ogg vorbis (142,5 MB) Hört auch in unsere anderen Formate: Tribünengespräch! Kurzpass Gliedert euch aus! Ausgliederungen - der neue heiße Scheiß im Fußball. Gliedert jetzt euer Portemonnaie in den Rasenfunk aus und helft uns dabei, ihn zu finanzieren. Wir haben den Rasenfunk Supporters Club gegründet. Alle Informationen findet ihr unter rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen Wir freuen uns außerdem über Likes bei Twitter, Facebook, YouTube und iTunes-Rezensionen!

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  • Rasenfunk Royal 4/5: Platz 13-16

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    Einen umfassenderen Saisonrückblick dürfte es nicht geben: Im Rasenfunk Royal besprechen wir die Spielzeit jedes einzelnen Vereins und der Schiedsrichter. Das Ganze erstreckt sich über fünf Teile:Teil 1: Bayern, Leipzig, Dortmund, HoffenheimTeil 2: Köln, Berlin, Freiburg, BremenTeil 3: Gladbach, Schalke, Frankfurt, LeverkusenTeil 4: Augsburg, Hamburg, Mainz, WolfsburgTeil 5: Ingolstadt, Darmstadt, Schiedsrichter, Rasenfunk(Heimlicher 6. Teil: Royal xS zur Saison der Zweiten Liga)Ohne diese Menschen wäre diese Sendung sehr traurig und langweilig geworden:Andy Riedl (Auf die Zirbelnuss, @AndyRiedl)Sascha Rebiger (Wunderbarer HSV, @rebiger)Benjamin Hofmann (Kicker, @Benni_Hofmann)Rebecca Görmann (@Genderbeitrag)Ergänzend zu den Kapitelmarken findet ihr hier die Zeitcodes der einzelnen Segmente. Aber ihr hört ja eh von vorne bis hinten - richtig?00:01:49 | Schalte: FCA, HSV, M0500:03:13 | FC Augsburg: The Fast and the Furious 700:52:18 | Hamburger SV: Denn sie wissen nicht, was sie tun01:47:21 | 1. FSV Mainz 05: Eine Leiche zum Dessert02:35:28 | VfL Wolfsburg: The Butterfly EffectWir freuen uns über Unterstützung beim Vorhaben, den Rasenfunk zu professionalisieren. Hier erfahrt ihr, wie ihr helfen könnt! Hier gibt es die Episode in verschiedenen Formaten zum Download: m4a/mp4 (79,7 MB) | opus (115,1 MB) | mp3 (97,7 MB) | ogg vorbis (104,7 MB) Hört auch in unsere anderen Formate: Tribünengespräch! Kurzpass Kein Zwanni für'n Steher - aber'n Euro für uns? Helft uns dabei, den Rasenfunk zu finanzieren. Wir haben den Rasenfunk Supporters Club gegründet. Alle Informationen findet ihr unter rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen Wir freuen uns außerdem über Likes bei Twitter, Facebook, YouTube und iTunes-Rezensionen!

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  • Rasenfunk Royal 3/5: Platz 9-12

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    Die Saison ist vorbei und wir ziehen Bilanz. Ausführlich und mit vielen Gästen. Pro Verein führt uns ein Gast durch die Saison, zusätzlich beleuchten wir auch die Saison der Schiedsrichter und geben Einblicke in die Entwicklung des Rasenfunks. Das Ganze nennt sich Rasenfunk Royal und hat 5 Teile:Teil 1: Bayern, Leipzig, Dortmund, HoffenheimTeil 2: Köln, Berlin, Freiburg, BremenTeil 3: Gladbach, Schalke, Frankfurt, LeverkusenTeil 4: Augsburg, Hamburg, Mainz, WolfsburgTeil 5: Ingolstadt, Darmstadt, Schiedsrichter, Rasenfunk(Heimlicher 6. Teil: Royal xS zur Saison der Zweiten Liga)Großartige Gäste haben diese Sendung möglich gemacht:Nora Hespers (Journalistin, u.a. WDR, Zeiglers wunderbare Welt des Fußballs, @FrauNora)Dirk große Schlarmann (SKY, @Sky_Dirk)Alice Tietje (Sportdeutschland TV, @SportslandAlice)Friederike Baudisch (Neverkusenpod, @FriedaElaine)Es gibt Kapitelmarken, ihr könnt euch aber auch an dieser Reihenfolge orientieren:00:02:42 | Mönchengladbach: Oh Boy00:57:15 | Schalke 04: Angriff der Killertomaten. & A world beyond & Superman01:52:10 | Eintracht Frankfurt: Cool Runnings02:44:21 | Leverkusen: 13 Reasons WhyHelft uns, den Rasenfunk zu finanzieren! Wir freuen uns über jede kleine Spende! Hier gibt es die Episode in verschiedenen Formaten zum Download: m4a/mp4 (80,7 MB) | opus (113,0 MB) | mp3 (99,0 MB) | ogg vorbis (110,8 MB) Hört auch in unsere anderen Formate: Tribünengespräch! Kurzpass Die 50+meins Regel Helft uns dabei, den Rasenfunk zu finanzieren. Wir haben den Rasenfunk Supporters Club gegründet. Alle Informationen findet ihr unter rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen Wir freuen uns außerdem über Likes bei Twitter, Facebook, YouTube und iTunes-Rezensionen!

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  • Rasenfunk Royal 2/5: Platz 5-8

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    Wir blicken auf die Saison 2016/17 zurück und sprechen mit Experten zu allen Vereinen und den Schiedsrichtern. Schön, dass ihr den Rasenfunk Royal entdeckt habt. Dies hier ist Teil 2 von insgesamt 5:Teil 1: Bayern, Leipzig, Dortmund, HoffenheimTeil 2: Köln, Berlin, Freiburg, BremenTeil 3: Gladbach, Schalke, Frankfurt, LeverkusenTeil 4: Augsburg, Hamburg, Mainz, WolfsburgTeil 5: Ingolstadt, Darmstadt, Schiedsrichter, Rasenfunk(Heimlicher 6. Teil: Royal xS zur Saison der Zweiten Liga)Ohne diese Gäste wäre eine Aufzeichnung undenkbar gewesen:Arne Steinberg (effzeh.com, @arnepuyol)Bert Rebhandl (marxelinho.net, @marxelinho1892)Tamara Keller (freie Journalistin, @loegli)Marc Hagedorn (Weser-Kurier, @marc_hagedorn)Es gibt Kapitelmarken für diejenigen Apps, die sie unterstützen. Und mit den Timecodes findet ihr auch immer was ihr sucht. Wobei: Ganz durchhören ist eigentlich eh Pflicht.00:04:02 | Schalte: FC, BSC00:06:04 | 1. FC Köln: Dem Himmel so nah00:50:16 | Hertha BSC: Der traumhafte Weg01:37:02 | SC Freiburg: Cool Runnings + SC Freiburg Filmcover02:23:15 | Werder Bremen: RollercoasterDer Rasenfunk braucht euch! Wie ihr uns unterstützen könnt, erfahrt ihr hier.  Hier gibt es die Episode in verschiedenen Formaten zum Download: m4a/mp4 (72,7 MB) | opus (103,1 MB) | mp3 (89,0 MB) | ogg vorbis (95,3 MB) Hört auch in unsere anderen Formate: Tribünengespräch! Kurzpass Emotionen respektieren, den Rasenfunk finanzieren Helft uns dabei, den Rasenfunk zu finanzieren. Wir haben den Rasenfunk Supporters Club gegründet. Alle Informationen findet ihr unter rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen Wir freuen uns außerdem über Likes bei Twitter, Facebook, YouTube und iTunes-Rezensionen!

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  • Rasenfunk Royal 1/5: Platz 1-4

    · Schlusskonferenz – Der Bundesliga-Podcast - Rase

    Der große Rasenfunk Saisonrückblick: Wir sprechen mit je einem Gast pro Verein über die zurückliegende Saison. Und auch die Saison der Schiedsrichter sowie die Entwicklung des Rasenfunk wird beleuchtet. Wir nennen es den Rasenfunk Royal und er hat dieses Jahr 5 Teile. Teil 1: Bayern, Leipzig, Dortmund, HoffenheimTeil 2: Köln, Berlin, Freiburg, BremenTeil 3: Gladbach, Schalke, Frankfurt, LeverkusenTeil 4: Augsburg, Hamburg, Mainz, WolfsburgTeil 5: Ingolstadt, Darmstadt, Schiedsrichter, Rasenfunk(Heimlicher 6. Teil: Royal xS zur Saison der Zweiten Liga)Im ersten Teil danken wir diesen Gästen für die TeilnahmeAndreas Lehner (SPOX.com, @andreas_lehner)Kai Bieler (@Aufziehvogel_LE)Jens Buschmann (Auffe Ohren, schwatzgelb.de, @Baumwollhose)Julian Ritter (Neureich Bimbeshausen, @bimbeshausen)Es gibt Kapitelmarken für alle Apps, die damit umgehen können. Zusätzlich findet ihr hier auch die Reihenfolge:00:04:10 | FC Bayern: The Dark Knight Rises01:14:40 | Schalte: RaBa, BVB, TSG01:15:40 | RaBa Leipzig: Die fantastische Reise02:08:54 | Borussia Dortmund: Feuer, Eis und Dosenbier03:11:24 | TSG Hoffenheim: Der Flug des PhoenixBitte empfehlt diese Folge und den Rasenfunk weiter! Ihr könnt uns auch finanziell unterstützen - DANKE! Hier gibt es die Episode in verschiedenen Formaten zum Download: m4a/mp4 (89,4 MB) | opus (121,8 MB) | mp3 (109,9 MB) | ogg vorbis (125,3 MB) Hört auch in unsere anderen Formate: Tribünengespräch! Kurzpass Der No-Hassan-Ismaik-Club Im Rasenfunk Supporters Club darf jeder Mitglied werden - außer Investoren. Helft uns dabei, den Rasenfunk zu finanzieren! Alle Informationen findet ihr unter rasenfunk.de/unterstuetzen Wir freuen uns außerdem über Likes bei Twitter, Facebook, YouTube und iTunes-Rezensionen!

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