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  • SIVP11: Hemmeligheden bag at blive kaldt til samtale med dyrlæge Simon Vølund

    · Succes I Veterinær Praksis Podcast - Sammen om at

    Se noter og links på sivp.dk/11 Uopfordret vs. opfordrede ansøgningerDer kommer en strøm af uopfordrede ansøgninger, men har for Simon ikke de den store værdi. Har han ikke en stilling åben, vil ansøgninger kun sjældent give anledning til en samtale.Simon vil ofte slå en stillingen op selvom han i forvejen har kendskab til kvalificerede ansøgere. Han ønsker på den måde at afsøge hvad markedet kan tilbyde. Uopfordrede ansøgninger har selvfølgelig en effekt, men ikke den store effekt i Odense.Ansøgningen skal naturligvis være pænt sat op, så den præsentere sig godt. Og der må godt være et billede med. Simon ser ikke selv stavefejl, men det er der andre, der gør og de må ikke være der. Og så skal kliniknavnet være stavet rigtigt.Det skal være tydeligt at ansøgeren brænder for at arbejde på lige netop Odense Dyrehospital. Og det skal ikke være synligt at du bare har sendt den samme ansøgning ud til 10 forskellige steder.Du må gerne vise at du har sat dig ind i virksomheden og som minimum har været inde på hjemmesiden.Simon springer hurtigt til CV’et da man ikke kan løbe fra hvad man lavet. Man kan i princippet have fået andre til at skrive ansøgningen.Simon anbefaler at du sender et billede med til din ansøgningen. Det behøver ikke at professionelt taget billede. Det kan godt være et mere almindelige billede, men lad nu være med at tage profilbilledet fra Facebook med trutmund og dyb udskæring. Det virker ikke. Et spændende menneske Et langt og flot CV kan selvfølgelig vække interesse, men du kan også være interessant på andre måder.Du kan også vise, at du er et interessant menneske. Du skal dog ikke tegne et glansbillede, for så falder du igennem til samtalen.Simon kigger efter om du har prøvet at lave andre ting før og under studiet. Det er vigtigt at du har prøvet at være ude i det virkelige liv. Du får en fordel ved at have erfaringer fra det virkelige liv.Det tæller aldrig ned at have gode karaktere, men det er ikke afgørende om du har været længere tid om at komme igennem studiet.Det kan dog godt give Simon en bekymring, hvis du alene har 10- og 12-taller og CV’et samtidig viser, at man ikke har lavet andet end sit skolearbejde. Aktiviteter i dit CVSimon anbefaler at du har lyst til at opleve verden og viser det. Samtidig skal du også finde noget, der viser, at du er stabil.Faglige relevante aktiviteter tæller selvfølgelig mere og et ophold på et universitet i udlandet er også godt. Det er dog ikke nødvendigvis afgørende.Grundlæggende er Simons anbefaling, at dine aktiviteter viser, at du har engagement.Få for eksempel en praktikdag eller to, bare for at komme ud og snakke med folk og undgå at blive for rusten. JobsamtalenSimon anbefaler, at du optræder som dén du er. Du skal selvfølgelig komme til tiden og også være helt almindelig påklædt. Du må gerne være fint klædt på, men din påklædning må ikke forvirre intervieweren. Det er bedre at være neutral.Du skal være dig selv – også i din påklædning.Du skal være ordentlig forberedt og have undersøgt noget om virksomheden, og Simon siger at det er godt lige at have været inde på hjemmesiden og eventuelt på Facebook.Simon fortæller også at han med årene er blevet mere tro imod sin mavefornemmelse. Hvis der er en kant ved ansøgeren, vil Simon hellere tage en samtale nummer to.Som ansøger bør man prøve at være opmærksom på hvilken stemning intervieweren lægger op til. Simon kan godt lide en afslappet og humoristisk tone, men det kan virke useriøst for andre. Du skal altså prøve at lure den anden af og fange tonen.For Simon er en god samtale én hvor 3 kvarter er gået uden at man kan huske om alle spørgsmål er blevet stillet. Dine fortrin, når du ikke har erfaringSimon fortæller at han og alle andre godt ved at man kan ikke have erfaring, når man lige er kommet ud fra studiet. Nogle kan have prøvet lidt mere end andre, og på den måde have et fortrin, men meget bliver afgjort af om du har engagement.Simon anbefaler at du viser lyst til at udfordring din egen grænse og viser at du har prøvet nogle ting på egen hånd. Du skal selvfølgelig samtidig kunne kende dine begrænsninger, men også kunne vise at du har prøvet nogle ting på egen hånd.Hvis du har gåpåmod og engagement til at lære faget, kan du en ny dyrlæge sagtens tjene sin løn ind.

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  • Simon Kohler – Was hat Sport mit Versicherungen zu tun?

    · Leaders Cafe: Unternehmensführung, Mitarbeitermotivation und Strategie auf höchstem Niveau

    Was hat Sport mit Versicherungen zu tun? Eine ganze Menge sogar - zumindest für Simon Kohler. Der 40-Jährige ist langjähriger Versicherungsmakler, Geschäftsführer von kohler&co. und leidenschaftlicher Hobbysportler. Der Beitrag Simon Kohler – Was hat Sport mit Versicherungen zu tun? erschien zuerst auf Leaders Cafe.

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  • Avsnitt 37: Simon Gustavsson

    · 01:09:12 · Tyngre Träningssnack

    I veckans avsnitt bryter vi vårt tidigare mönster och istället för att diskutera en idrott eller ett fysiologiskt fenomen ingående så fördjupar vi oss istället i ett extremexempel på vad människokroppen klarar av. Simon Gustavsson, coach och delägare i Umara Sport gästar podden och berättar om när han nyligen cyklade från den mest norra punkten i Sverige ända ner till söder utan att äta någonting på vägen. Totalt blev det 230 mil på cykel under 15 dagar. Vi får höra om hur Simon förberedde sig inför loppet genom att dricka shakes med grädde och glass, hur det kändes under tiden han cyklade, när hans blodsocker blev lågt och hur mer intensiv cykling fick honom att må illa. Slutligen får vi även veta lite hur det har fungerat efter det att Simon kom i mål. Hålltider 00:00:00 Introduktion av Simon Gustavsson 00:10:00 Sena lärdomar kring dum träning 00:13:25 Sverigetrampet - cykla rakt genom Sverige utan att äta 00:18:00 Att hålla salt och vätskebalans utan någon mat 00:22:30 Hur Simon bulkade inför Sverigetrampet 00:26:00 Reaktioner innan Simon började cykla 00:28:00 De tuffaste delarna av resan och säkerhetsåtgärder 00:33:30 På vilken intensitet cyklade Simon? 00:39:05 Har Simon några bestående men från utmaningen? 00:40:30 Mätning av kroppssammansättning före, efter bulk och efter cyklingen 00:47:30 Hur mådde Simon mentalt under tiden? 00:52:25 Har Simon lärt sig något användbart under tiden? 00:55:20 Willes tidsmål inför midnattsloppet 00:56:20 Har Simons trivselvikt lagt sig högre efter hans bulk? 00:59:50 Vad var det första Simon åt efter de 15 dagarna? 01:03:45 Händer det något oväntat fysiologiskt under tiden? 01:06:30 Teoretiskt så skulle Simon kunnat ta sig tvärs över USA

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  • #17 [AUDIO DRAMA] Mortes Ao Som De Jazz

    · 00:21:52 · Contador de Historias

    Áudio Drama “Mortes Ao Som de Jazz”, uma produção original do podcast Contador de Histórias. Em uma São Paulo noir na década de 40, um assassino conhecido como “Asssassino do Jazz” nunca foi pego. Mas agora sua identidade está em risco quando um imitador começa a matar pessoas do mesmo jeito querendo conhecer o verdadeiro assassino e cabe aos detetives da Polícia de São Paulo, Bernardo e Afonso, investigarem o caso repleto de tensão e reviravoltas. Link para download: https://goo.gl/e8ldHM Duração: 22min História Original e Roteiro: Danilo Vieira Battistini Revisão: Victor Vargas Edição e Mixagem: Danilo Vieira Battistini – Tom Tom Semitom Com as vozes de: Narrador.............Julio Franco Afonso.................Felipe Grinan Bernardo.............Nelson Machado Manuela..............Samira Fernandes André...................Mauro Castro Euler....................Ricardo Fábio Marcel.................Ramon Campos Henrique..............Mauro Eduardo Antônio................André Sauer Jornaleiro.............Lucas Gama Homem #1...........Gilberto Baroli Mulher #1.............Leticia Quinto Homem #2...........Carlos Seidl Mulher #2.............Ana Clara Fischer Homem Bar..........Jorge Destez Policial #1.............Rogério Cesar Policial #2.............Danilo Battistini Estúdios de Gravação: Centauro Comunicaciones; Luminus; Mousikê Central Art Estúdio de Mixagem: Centauro Comunicaciones Músicas utilizadas (Por ordem de aparição) J.J. Bop – Andrew Hale & Simon Hale Redemption Pt.2 – Andrew Hale & Simon Hale New Beginning Pt.2 – Andrew Hale & Simon Hale Minor 9th – Andrew Hale & Simon Hale Temptation Pt.2 – Andrew Hale & Simon Hale Temptation Pt.1 – Andrew Hale & Simon Hale Fall From Grace Pt.2 – Andrew Hale & Simon Hale Pride Of The Job Pt.2 - Andrew Hale & Simon Hale Guilty - Andrew Hale & Simon Hale & The Real Tuesday Weld & Claudia Brucken (I Always Kill) The Things I Love - Andrew Hale & Simon Hale & The Real Tuesday Weld & Claudia Brucken Contador de Histórias Theme - Henrique Fajardo As músicas com vocais são de autoria de Andrew Hale & Simon Hale & The Real Tuesday Weld & Claudia Brucken Versão e adaptação: Danilo Vieira Battistini Interprete: Manuela Perez Arte usada de Patrick Brown em: http://patrickbrown.deviantart.com/art/L-A-Noire-204923718 Agradecimentos: Muito obrigado em especial aos Padrinhos e Madrinhas do Contador de Histórias: Andriolli Costa, Carlos Henrique Diniz, Aline Della Paschoa, Natalia Angelotti, Ana Carolina, Glauber Coelho, Maria do Carmo, Lucas Orlandelli, Henrique Fajardo, Tereza Maria. Obrigado a todos que ajudaram de alguma forma! Todos os dubladores que cederam parte de seu tempo pra me ajudar em mais um áudio drama. Ana Carolina (Pequena) por todo a ajuda, apoio, ideias e opiniões, te amo! Victor (Muha) por mais uma revisão! Todos que ajudaram de alguma forma nesse projeto, que tem acompanhado o esforço que tenho feito pra todo esse trabalho que não vai parar! Manu por ter me ajudado com as músicas cantadas! Leandro Fonseca por ter ficado de técnico na Mousikê. Nelson Machado por emprestar a voz não só para seu personagem mas também na abertura do podcast! Se você gostou, não esqueça de curtir, comentar e compartilhar! Vocês são o motivo pelo qual esse podcast continua! E se quiser contribuir com o projeto visite https://www.padrim.com.br/contadordehistorias e saiba como ajudar! Um muito obrigado e até o próximo!

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  • How to Pitch a Top VC with Simon Menashy @ MMC Ventures

    · The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

    Simon Menashy is Investment Director at MMC Ventures where he is responsible for leading new and follow on investments as well as supporting existing MMC portfolio companies. He also sits on the board for WeDo, Boticca and Sky Futures and works closely with a number of other B2B and B2C businesses including Growth Intelligence, Mubi, Small World, Somo.  Prior to MMC Simon worked in European tech and media consulting, working with clients including the BBC, Virgin Media, BT, Thompson Reuters and Ofcom as part of the Deloitte Strategy team in London   Items Mentioned in Today's Show: Base79 Growth Intelligence In Today's Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Simon made his move from consulting into the world of VCs? 2.)Simon recently tweeted how not to pitch to VCs, so what should founders be doing when pitching? What are the fundamentals in terms of required documentation?  3.) Does Simon agree with Peter Thiel’s opinion that disruption is fundamentally bad for society? What industries does Simon feel will be next disrupted? 4.) With the increasing length of time it takes for venture backed companies to IPO, how does Simon feel the funding path is changing? 5.) How does Simon believe the tech eco system is going in London and what can be done to increase VC funding and engender a silicon valley esque feel to London? Today's episode finishes with a quick fire round where we hear Simon's thoughts on the apple watch, what the biggest red flags are when viewing a pitch and his most recent investment and why he said yes? You can follow Harry, Simon and The Twenty Minute VC on Twitter.  

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  • Beginner, improver, and advanced triathlete training talk with Simon Brierley | EP#64

    · 00:49:25 · That Triathlon Show

    Common mistakes age-group triathletes make Cycling tips for beginners, improvers, and advanced triathletes LISTENER QUESTIONS: If you have questions that you want me to answer on the show or off the show (in an email), send me your question via email or Twitter (contact information below). SHOWNOTES: www.thattriathlonshow.com   FREE TRAINING PLAN: https://scientifictriathlon.com/freeplan/   LINKS AND RESOURCES: www.paradisetri.co.uk  RATE AND REVIEW:

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  • Mirror Neurons, ShapeShifting & the Body Map - Simon Thakur #133

    · 01:46:08 · ReWild Yourself

    Simon Thakur is the creator of Ancestral Movement — an approach to embodied practice aimed at radically transforming and expanding the sense of self, by exploring and rediscovering patterns of movement and awareness that are part of our species’ history, both recent and ancient.  In this episode, we explore how to open up the realm of infinite expression with our bodies through a basic understanding of mirror neurons, body-mapping, comparative anatomy and animal mimicry. While that might sound complex, Simon explains that "As we explore, we find that the body is full of layer upon layer of extraordinary, ancient, ancestral power – four billion years of adaptation and embodied knowledge – and we start to anchor this understanding of shared ancestry and vast evolutionary timescales in the actual feeling of the body itself." Simon encourages us to become aware of the structural and behavioral similarities we share with other living creatures through developing our sense of empathy and body awareness. We also discuss the current status of the Australian indigenous lifeway and how to learn to understand the language of nature. Tune into this fascinating conversation with Simon Thakur to learn more about the possibilities of your own human animal. EPISODE BREAKDOWN: Show introduction: Exciting new SurThrival products in the works What Daniel has been up to this winter Upcoming spring hunting and gathering pursuits Green iguana hunting in the Florida Keys Conservation through use + finding mentors in the hunting & gathering world Recent interview with Luke Storey on The Life Stylist Podcast Starting back up with the ReWild Yourself Podcast Q&A Find A Spring's new mobile-friendly website Recapping on the A New Path Book Club Introducing Simon Thakur What Simon’s been up to lately What led Simon to ReWilding The current status of the Australian indigenous life way Learning to understand the language of nature How to get started integrating into your local ecology Mirror neurons, empathy and comparative anatomy Opening up the realm of infinite expression with the body Working with Simon Simon’s prognosis for the future of the human species

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  • 392: Simon Sinek | Start With Why

    · The Art of Charm | Confidence | Relationship & Dat

    What matters most is why you do what you do. Simon Sinek, best-selling author and visionary, joins us to talk about how to start with why and how to be a leader on episode 392 of The Art of Charm. The Cheat Sheet: What are the three levels our brain processes information? When we take work we love, we eventually make more money: true? What is shareholder supremacy and why doesn't it work? What was the Glass-Steagall Act? Can you still be a leader if you are not the boss? And so much more… Far too many of us go to jobs we don't love today. Have you ever wondered if there's a cost to doing so? Or if there really is a way to enjoy, even love, the work we do every day? Our guest for today's show says yes to both questions. Simon Sinek, best-selling author, visionary and speaker, joins us to talk about how to start with why, how to be a leader no matter your title, and how to find fulfillment in every area of your life.   Simon Sinek is one of today's foremost thought leaders and visionaries; his personal reason for doing what he does is to inspire others to do what inspires them. On today's show he shares the missing piece of starting with why, the massive impact it has on your family and loved ones if you are unhappy in your work and how you can be a leader regardless of your position. If you ask someone why they do what they do, they probably won't have an answer. Simon says most of us know what we do and how we do it, but not why. The why is the missing piece of the puzzle. And it's that why that is so key to living an inspired and inspiring life. If we come home from our job and complain about it every day it not only makes us feel terrible and those around us, but it sets an example for our kids. We're showing our children that work has to be something that is endured and makes us miserable, rather than something that brings us joy, fulfillment, and purpose. But we can change all of that. If we run a business we can become a leader, and not just a boss. We can carefully select our new hires to be sure they are a fit for our company. And we can put our current employees first who will then put our customers first which will then lead to an increase in profits and growth in our company. If we aren't the CEO or a manager in our current company, we can still be leaders. We can start flexing this muscle in little ways by holding the elevator door for someone, and making a new pot of coffee if we drink the last cup. As leaders we choose to be responsible for the people around us and for their fulfillment and their growth, not just our own. Simon and I also talk about why a leadership buddy is so important, why most companies' hierarchy is so illogical, and why the economic decisions of the '80s and '90s are still having an impact on us today. Simon shared on those topics and more, so listen in to hear it all. THANKS, SIMON SINEK! If you enjoyed this session of The Art of Charm Podcast, let Simon know by clicking on the link below and sending him a quick shout out at Twitter: Click here to thank Simon at Twitter!   HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! If you dug this episode, please subscribe in iTunes and write us a review! This is what helps us stand out from all the fluff out there. FEEDBACK + PROMOTION Hit us up with your comments and guest suggestions. We read EVERYTHING. Download the FREE AoC app for iPhone Email jordan@theartofcharm.com Give us a call at 888.413.7177 Stay Charming!

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  • Show 1868 White Genocide In South Africa With Simon Roche

    · American Conservative University Podcast

    Show 1868 White Genocide In South Africa With Simon Roche Posted by Brittany Pettibone  Published on May 23, 2017 Simon's Email: hk@suidlanders.co.za Simon's Website: https://suidlanders.org I chat with Suidlanders member, Simon Roche, about the White Genocide currently occurring in South Africa, why he believes it's soon to erupt into a full-blown race war, the rape epidemic in South Africa, why he believes the Mainstream Media is ignoring the atrocities, how average people can lend a hand, and more.  Segment 2- Genocide in South Africa - What Media Won't Tell You | Mike Cernovich Periscope https://youtu.be/dHzVeEB1I-4 The mere mention of South Africa in a discussion provokes deep images of institutional racism, discrimination and horrific violence. Stefan Molyneux is joined by Simon Roche for an in-depth look at the controversial history of South Africa, the untold story of Apartheid, rising criminality, an astronomical murder rate, President Jacob Zuma's reign of terror, the epidemic slaughter of white farmers, Afrikaner boer land confiscation and the growing possibility of civil war.  Simon Roche is Head of the Office of the HQ of the world’s largest non-state civil defense organization, Suidlanders of South Africa. Once an ANC activist, Simon Roche now works with Suidlanders to prepare for impending catastrophe in the Rainbow Nation. Website: http://www.suidlanders.org   Related ACU shows on South Africa. Show 1859 White Genocide in South Africa Show 1825 White South African Genocide, Cancer and DNA, Grief Fueled Father, Rice Show 1820 The Fall of South Africa | Simon Roche and Stefan Molyneux Show 1818 The Truth About South Africa and Apartheid by Stefan Molyneux   To listen to these ACU shows visit- https://acu.libsyn.com/size/5/?search=south+africa+  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- South African woman pleads for help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_P0T... Please help these victims of White genocide in South Africa. Send donations to 'Save a Family' paypal account, at safrp.donation@gmail.com or the 'South African Relief Project' here: http://www.safrpsa.org Suidlanders, An emergency plan initiative https://suidlanders.org SIGN THE PETITION To Allow white South Africans the right to return to Europe https://www.change.org/p/european-com... Sources:  Around 400,000 live in ‘white squatter camps’ in South Africa http://metro.co.uk/2016/02/25/around-... White South Africans Are Preparing For "Removal of All Whites Within Five Years” http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-05... South Africa’s murder rate climbs 4.9 per cent to 51 people killed every day http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wor... SA the biggest welfare state in the world, says economist https://mg.co.za/article/2010-02-18-s... White South Africans 'fearing for their lives' ask EU for right to 'return' http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/5... 70,000 Whites Murdered in ‘Modern’ South Africa; Obama’s African Legacy http://americanfreepress.net/70000-wh... Whites will be slaughtered unless they give up all land in South Africa, says leading politician http://whitegenocideproject.com/white... Genocide Watch is moving South Africa back to Stage 6, the Preparation stage in the genocidal process. http://www.genocidewatch.com/south-af...

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  • Simon Ghraichy, Héritages (Deutsche Grammophon) : du soleil dans le piano - Carrefour de Lodéon - Acte II - 24 mars 2017

    · 01:56:25 · Carrefour de Lodeon

    durée : 01:56:25 - Carrefour de Lodeon - par : Frédéric Lodéon - Carrefour de Lodéon \- Acte II du vendredi 24 mars 2017 : Héritages, le nouveau disque CD du pianiste [Simon Ghraichy](https://simonghraichy.com/) Mise à jour de la page pendant le direct (4 pm to 6 pm french time) et quelques minutes après. Penser à actualiser de temps en temps programmation musicale : **Ernesto Lecuona (1895\-1963),** * _7 Danzas cubanas tipicas (Sept Danses cubaines typiques) : La 32_ [Simon Ghraichy, piano](http://www.universalmusic.fr/artiste/21755-simon-ghraichy/) DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON **:\-)** Un Choix de France Musique **Isaac Albeniz,** * _Chants d'Espagne, opus 232 : Asturias. Leyenda_ **Heitor Villa\-Lobos,** * _Cycle brésilien : Festa no sertao_ * _New York Skyline_ **Arturo Marquez (1950),** * _Danzon n°2, transcription pour piano solo_ **Ernesto Nazareth (1863\-1934),** * _Odeon, Tango brésilien opus 146_ **Louis\-Moreau Gottschalk (1829\-1869),** * _Souvenir de Porto\-Rico \- Marcha de los Jibaros_ **Claude Debussy,** * _Préludes, 1er cahier : La sérénade intérompue_ **Manuel Maria Ponce Cuellar (1863\-1848),** * _1er Intermezzo_ **Camargo Guarnieri (1907\-1993),** * _49ème Ponteio \- Hommage à Scriabine_ **Arturo Marquez (1950),** * _Danzon n°2, transcription pour piano et percussions_ [Simon Ghraichy, piano](http://www.clubdeutschegrammophon.com/artistes/simon-ghraichy/) DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON [**:\-)** Un Choix de France Musique](https://www.francemusique.fr/evenements/simon-ghraichy-heritages) Retour sur le récital à Paris de [Simon Ghraichy, le 04 mars 2017](http://www.theatrechampselysees.fr/saison/recital-instruments-musique-de-chambre/simon-ghraichy) **Gabriel Fauré,** * _Requiem : Introit. Kyrie_ Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra direction : Carlo Maria Giulini DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON **Franz Schubert \- Friedrich Rückert,** * _Du bist die Ruh (Tu es la paix de l'âme), Deutsch 776_ **Franz Schubert \- Joahnn Wolfgang von Goethe,** * _Erlkönig (Le Roi des Aulnes), D 328_ Natalie Dessay, soprano Philippe Cassard, piano SONY CLASSICAL **Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovski,** * _1ère symphonie, "Rêves d'Hiver" : 1er mouvement \- Allegro tranqillo_ Boston Symphony Orchestra direction : Michael Tilson\-Thomas DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON * _4ème symphonie : Finale_ Wiener Philharmoniker direction : Claudio Abbado ELOQUENCIA \- DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON * _Casse\-noisette : Ouverture miniature. Marche. Danse de la Fée Dragée_ Berliner Philharmoniker direction : Ferdinand Leitner ELOQUENCIA \- DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON - réalisé par : Régine Barjou

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  • Episode 18| Simon Sinek Best Selling Author of ‘Together is Better’

    · Radically Loved Radio | Wellness | Health Coaching

    Simon Sinek has inspired millions of people around the world. In fact, his TED Talk is the 3d most viewed ever. He is an incredible human being and I am so excited to share with you our conversation. We talk balance, meditation, and really being present in today’s age. What Simon shared about being present left a lasting impression. It’s so much more than being present on the mat. It’s about our interaction with other people. Also, LISTEN to hear how you can get a FREE copy of his latest book “Together Is Better” Radically Curious Simon Sinek The theme to Simon’s work--we are social beings and we need each other Creating a completely human experience to show together is better How he was inspired by children’s books in his latest bestseller Adding the smell of optimism into “Together is Better” Why he’s proud his book can’t be enjoyed the same way in a digital form Recovery from technology addiction to find presence and balance Radically Inspired Clarity It’s all about balance. Food is not bad for you, but if you eat too much of it, it’s bad for you. The same goes for social media. Human relationships are built on engagement and you aren’t present when you’re on your phones. You don’t decide that you’re present. You’re not present until you make someone else feel like they matter in your life. That’s where true fulfillment comes. Some people can only see the wall and some people can only see what’s on the other side of the wall. Simon Sinek Answers… Do you need to know where you’re going? When we are struggling in life, can we ask for help? Are we capable of actually being in the moment? Radically Loved Quotes “Leadership is not about the crown you wear, it’s about the person you are.” “Inspiration is a spark. It’s the energy we find to do something bigger than ourselves.” “I would rather wake up in the world and be inspired and inspire others than be motivated and motivate others.” “When we work hard for things we don’t care about, that’s called stress. When we work hard for things we do care about, that’s passion.” “If you have no energy, how can you be there for others?” A Little More About Our Guest... Simon Sinek sparked a movement with his bestsellers START WITH WHY and LEADERS EAT LAST. Now this beautifully illustrated book will inspire more readers to ask for help, help others, and discover their own courage through a charming story about change. Simon Sinek is an optimist. He teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. From members of Congress to foreign ambassadors, from small businesses to corporations like Microsoft and 3M, from Hollywood to the Pentagon, he has presented his ideas about the power of why. He has written two books, Leaders Eat Last and Start With Why and is quoted frequently by national publications. Sinek also regularly shares 140 characters of inspiration on Twitter (@simonsinek). Simon was really insightful to how and why we will go farther together, what a great interview. We talked about what being ‘present’ really means. To purchase his book and check out ‘Start With Why’ to find your purpose click here for more information: www.startwithwhy.com Be sure to subscribe to our weekly Radically Loved Updates and listen on iTunes to make sure you never miss an episode!

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  • I love Mondays 076: Der Schlüssel zu einer erfolgreichen Facebookseite – ein Gespräch mit Simon Mader

    · I Love Mondays Podcast

    In Podcastfolge 076 spricht Tim mit Facebook-Experte Simon Mader. Die beiden sprechen über organische Reichweite, Facebook Werbung und weiteren Möglichkeiten einer Facebook-Seite zum nötigen Erfolg zu verhelfen. Bevor Simon den Weg zu Facebook fand, absolvierte er zwei Ausbildungen. Eine als Kinderpfleger und eine im IT-Bereich. Zweitere war seine Eintrittskarte in die Facebook-Welt. Eines Tages reparierte er den PC eines bekannten Fitness-YouTubers (Flavio Simonetti). Durch seine gute Arbeit vertraute Flavio ihm seine Facebook-Page an. Schnell waren erste Erfolge zu sehen und er konnte die Likes auf seiner Facebook Seite stark steigern. Simon eignete sich sein Wissen komplett autodiktaktisch durch Recherchen und viel Ausprobieren an. Dieses System hatte Erfolg. Mittlerweile weißt die Facebook Seite von Flavio Simonetti weit über 500.000 Likes auf. Die Reichweitensteigerung und Verbesserung von Facebook-Seiten ist mittlerweile Simon's tägliches Geschäft. Er arbeitet viel für Unternehmen, aber auch für Einzelunternehmer. Was macht denn ein Social Media Manager genau? Auf diese Frage antwortet Simon in diesem Artikel so: "Diese Frage höre ich sehr oft, besonders von meiner Oma. Ich muss zugeben: meistens bin ich selbst ziemlich ratlos was ich am besten darauf antworten soll. Ich denke man versucht Ziele zu erreichen. Mehr Likes, mehr Kommentare, mehr Shares, mehr Verkäufe oder mehr Registrierungen für einen E-Mail Newsletter. Die Möglichkeiten auf Facebook sind sehr vielseitig und deshalb ist der Job als Social Media Manager nie langweilig. Es gibt immer neue Ziele und Ideen, das bringt sehr viel Abwechslung in diesen Beruf." Simon's Tipps zum sofort umsetzen: Arbeite mit einem Content-Plan auf Facebook (um Posts ein bis zwei Wochen im voraus zu planen) Poste Bilder ohne Text - das erhöht die Interaktionsrate deiner Fans Baue Facebookpixel auf deine Website ein um deine Kunden besser tracken zu können Verbinde die Facebook-Tools Lookalike Audience und Custom Audience miteinander Shownotes Adbaker Website von Simon E-Book Der Beitrag I love Mondays 076: Der Schlüssel zu einer erfolgreichen Facebookseite – ein Gespräch mit Simon Mader erschien zuerst auf EARTHCITY.

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  • Episode 149 – Simon Sinek

    · 00:40:32 · Smart People Podcast | Interviews in Education, Creativity, Business, and More!

    Simon Sinek - This week we talk to one of our favorite speakers and personalities, Simon Sinek. Simon is a popular author who is best known for his book, “Start with Why”. Not only is he an amazing speaker, but he has one of the most popular TEDx videos ever released (How great leaders inspire action). The video is so popular, it ranks in the top 3 TED list with over 17 million views!Simon’s latest book is Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t, which focuses on the idea that leaders who are willing to “eat last” are rewarded with loyal colleagues.“I did what anybody who finds something beautiful does. We share it with our friends and the people we love.”- Simon SinekQuotes from Simon:What we learn in this episode:What went wrong in Simon's TEDx videoHow to move people and organizationsA quick and FREE way to discover your whyResources:Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire actionhttps://www.startwithwhy.com/http://www.ted.com/speakers/simon_sinekTwitter: @simonsinek--This episode is brought to you by:99Designs: Go to 99designs.com/SMART to get a $99 Power Pack of services for FREE today!

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  • Show 1859 White Genocide in South Africa

    · American Conservative University Podcast

    Show 1859 White Genocide in South Africa To watch the video visit- https://youtu.be/KpaWtrEqga0 My family had to flee South Africa when I was a mere baby due to imminent threats of blacks murdering myself and my mother. South Africa is one of the most beautiful places I've ever laid my eyes on. It truly breaks my heart to see this country be destroyed. Published on May 31, 2017 #SaveTheBoer   WATCH:  South African woman pleads for help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_P0T... Migrant Crisis plagues the West http://www.liveleak.com/1d691d591f59 Please help these victims of White genocide in South Africa. Send donations to 'Save a Family' paypal account, at safrp.donation@gmail.com or the 'South African Relief Project' here: http://www.safrpsa.org Suidlanders, An emergency plan initiative https://suidlanders.org SIGN THE PETITION To Allow white South Africans the right to return to Europe https://www.change.org/p/european-com... Sources:  Around 400,000 live in ‘white squatter camps’ in South Africa http://metro.co.uk/2016/02/25/around-... White South Africans Are Preparing For "Removal of All Whites Within Five Years” http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-05... South Africa’s murder rate climbs 4.9 per cent to 51 people killed every day http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wor... SA the biggest welfare state in the world, says economist https://mg.co.za/article/2010-02-18-s... White South Africans 'fearing for their lives' ask EU for right to 'return' http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/5... 70,000 Whites Murdered in ‘Modern’ South Africa; Obama’s African Legacy http://americanfreepress.net/70000-wh... Whites will be slaughtered unless they give up all land in South Africa, says leading politician http://whitegenocideproject.com/white... Genocide Watch is moving South Africa back to Stage 6, the Preparation stage in the genocidal process. http://www.genocidewatch.com/south-af...   Segment 2- Simon Roche - Suidlanders: Preparing for Disaster in South Africa To watch the video of this interview visit- https://youtu.be/woOQ6cmxKIY Simon Roche is Head of the Office of the HQ of the world’s largest non-state civil defence organization, Suidlanders of South Africa. Once an ANC activist, he now works tirelessly to prepare for impending catastrophe in the Rainbow Nation. Simon lives in Johannesburg and is the proud father of many children.  We begin by discussing Simon’s current speaking tour. We learn that he’s traveling throughout America in order to raise awareness about the sore state of affairs in South Africa. Next, Simon tells us about life in post-apartheid South Africa. He explains that, in the 22 years since South Africa become Democratic, there has been a massive explosion in crime – in particular, violence against White farmers. Later, we discuss the nature of White genocide in South Africa, what Suidlanders is doing to prepare for the worst, and why many White South Africans remain oblivious to their plight.  In the members’ hour, we continue our discussion on South Africa and consider what this impending catastrophe would look like. Simon explains that the worst case scenario is the one he most expects, for he believes the government will be involved in the unrest, siding against the Afrikaners. Switching gears, we discuss the economic situation in South Africa. We learn about the various government programs that give preference to blacks, which has many Afrikaners forced to live in squatter camps. Simon then outlines the strategies employed by elites to usher in Communism in formerly healthy societies. The members’ hour concludes with a discussion on the failure of multiculturalism in the Rainbow Nation.  Published on Mar 31, 2017 Guests Website: https://suidlanders.org/ More ACU shows on the South African situation-          Show 1825 White South African Genocide, Cancer and DNA, Grief Fueled Father, Rice Unmasking and Global Warming. Show 1820 The Fall of South Africa | Simon Roche and Stefan Molyneux Show 1818 The Truth About South Africa and Apartheid by Stefan Molyneux

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  • Girls Like Us: Carole King, Carly Simon, Joni Mitchell

    · 00:57:19 · Satellite Sisters: Women's Humor, Health, Wellness, Pop Culture, Parenting, News

    Women we love, the songs they wrote and the men they slept with.  On this episode of Satellite Sisters podcast from July 2, 2008, Liz, Sheila and Monica interview Sheila Weller about her New York Times Times Bestseller "Girls Like Us: Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon and the Journey of a Generation."  On April 6, 1971, Carly Simon was about to take the stage at The Troubadour in Los Angeles. In the audience, James Taylor with his girlfriend Joni Mitchell. And back in NYC in the famed Brill Building, Carole King was already so famous as a songwriter that she was the person the Beatles asked to meet on their first trip to America. Meanwhile, in Fairfield CT, Monica, Sheila and Liz were in the 6th, 7th and 8th grades learning to love these voices of a generation. And love the men they loved. We are talking to you, James Taylor.  Please fill out our 2017 Listener Survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/satellitesisters Here's  from amazon about Girls Like Us:  "A groundbreaking and irresistible biography of three of America’s most important musical artists—Carole King, Joni Mitchell, and Carly Simon—charts their lives as women at a magical moment in time. Carole King, Joni Mitchell, and Carly Simon remain among the most enduring and important women in popular music. Each woman is distinct. Carole King is the product of outer-borough, middle-class New York City; Joni Mitchell is a granddaughter of Canadian farmers; and Carly Simon is a child of the Manhattan intellectual upper crust. They collectively represent, in their lives and their songs, a great swath of American girls who came of age in the late 1960s. Their stories trace the arc of the now mythic sixties generation—female version—but in a bracingly specific and deeply recalled way, far from cliché. The history of the women of that generation has never been written—until now, through their resonant lives and emblematic songs. Girls Like Us is an epic treatment of midcentury women who dared to break tradition and become what none had been before them—confessors in song, rock superstars, and adventurers of heart and soul." For the complete Satellite Sisters archive of our podcasts since 2008: http://satellitesisters.libsyn.com/podcast/size/5/?search=2008

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  • Ted Simon's New Adventure | KTM Crosses South America

    · 01:04:16 · Adventure Rider Radio Motorcycle Podcast. Travel Adventures, Bike Tech Tips

    Ted Simon has moved to France and started his next motorcycle adventure, but in a different way. What he's doing offers a unique opportunity to learn something from a motorcycle legend and writer. Also in this episode, Aaron Steinmann chose to ride his KTM 500 EXC in New Zealand and then in South America to Oregon, not your usual adventure motorcycle, but then again, isn't every bike an adventure bike? Ted Simon Opens Writer's Retreat in France After living in California for over 35 years, Ted Simon, author of Jupiter's Travels, has purchased a house in France and opened a writer's retreat. His new home has ample room to accommodate aspiring writers, film makers and artists, and maybe even a traveler passing through. He's always had a foot in France, having gone there for the first time after the war, on a bicycle and then later living in France, so the move back to France was something he knew would happen sooner or later. Ted is soon to be 86 years old, and while back in California, he had been thinking of what he wanted to do with his time in his dotage, how he could share what he’s learned over the years with others. He thought that he would like to encourage people to write or document their trips so that others can hear what is going on in the world, and to help writers get their books published. So, he came up with a plan to go back to France and to open a writer’s retreat. He put up most of his own money, and with the help of some generous people who donated the balance of what he needed, he purchased the house. The writer's retreat is in the South of France, not far from the Mediterranean Sea. The village of Aspiran, is located in the Hérault Valley, and has been settled as far back as the Gallo-Roman times. About 10 years ago, a Roman winery dating back to 10 AD was found in Aspiran, believed to be the earliest commercial wine operation in France. In the middle ages, Aspiran became the property of the Aniane Abbey, and within an enclosure, the village of Aspiran grew, with four doors allowing entry in to the French commune. You can still see two of the doors that were used in those times. Between the 1400's and 1600's houses were built, and over the centuries the village spread out of the walls, vineyards grew larger and wine growing became the mainstay of Aspiran. And to this day, it is still known as a wine village producing both red and white wines. Aspiran sounds like the perfect backdrop for a writer's retreat, what better inspiration than a medieval village, with a mixture of the old and the new? And why go to a writer’s retreat, let alone Ted Simon’s? In our modern times, we are inundated from the left and right by technology, which can be a good thing, with information at our finger tips. But, it can also be a huge distraction. We are available to anyone around the clock, with easy access to text messaging, emails and social media. And this can make our life hectic, taking away or disrupting us from focusing on writing or creating. It can be tough to make the time, when others may not understand your need to throw yourself in to your work. At a writer’s retreat you can immerse yourself in your creation and explore the possibilities. And the special thing about Ted Simon’s retreat is the support of a writer who wants to and is willing to share his experience and knowledge to help other writers. Although the idea of the writer’s retreat was specifically intended for Jupiter’s Travellers, Ted is open to any one who is writing or has an idea for a book, a film, or artwork. He encourages those interested to get in touch with him through his website, have some conversation back and forth with him, and see if you’re a good fit. To live with Ted for a time in this special place, with the encouragement of an accomplished writer and traveler would be an exceptional opportunity, perhaps the chance of a lifetime. To find out more about Ted Simon’s writer’s retreat go to his website at http://jupitalia.com/. Ted Simon Foundation: Jupiter’s Travellers: http://jupiterstravellers.org/ KTM 500 EXC Long Distance Ride Aaron Steinmann’s bike of choice for a trip through New Zealand and then from Chile to Oregon, and on to Alaska, is the KTM 500 EXC, a bike that many say is a street legal dirt bike, an enduro which is an unusual choice for a long distance trip. But, despite being designed as a high performance and high maintenance bike, it was the best choice for Aaron, and he’s been pleased with the ride. Riding through South America is a popular choice for many adventure motorcyclists and Aaron shares some stories about border crossings, talks about taking the Stahlratte around the Darien Gap, and how he handled the frequent maintenance that the KTM requires. This is another example that the perfect motorcycle for adventure travel, is whatever you like. http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/new-zealand-to-oregon-on-a-ktm-500exc.1181912/ This Week’s Show Sponsors: Support the show sponsors that help bring ADVENTURE RIDER RADIO to you. More information about contacting our sponsors can be found here. Max BMW Motorcycles Bestrest Products Green Chile Adventure Gear IMS Products Russian Moto Travel Some music on this episode by Jason Shaw at www.audionautix.com

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  • Simon Borjeson // Sailor & Athlete

    · 00:59:43 · On the Wind Sailing, by 59 North, Ltd.

    #117 is Simon Borjeson, a twenty-something Swedish sailor and athlete living in Norway and working as an engineer in the oil industry. I met Simon at the start of the ARC Europe rally in Portsmouth, VA. He, along with three of his friends, were crewing onboard Euphoria, a brand-new Xc-42 that Simon’s dad Len had recently bought. Simon discusses growing up and sailing with his family, what it’s like on a long ocean passage, how Swedish sailing and boating culture works, why Swedes don’t drink and drive and how his sailing actually helped his preparation for the Stockholm Swimrun in June. Simon & his competition partner Rasmus are gunning for the world championships in Swimrun on September 7, racing in 'O till O', a 75km jaunt through the outer Stockholm archipelago. Follow them on ostersjosimmet.com. As an aside, you might hear that I talk a bit different in this episode. I know Simon in Swedish, and we rarely talk English to each other. So it’s a bit strange for both of us to be speaking English together on the show. Big thanks to Simon for going out of his comfort zone and recording this episode in English. Want to go ocean sailing with Andy? Book a berth on Isbjorn, a classic Swan 48, at isbjornsailing.com.

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  • One Life Left -- s11e13 -- #254 -- Attriiidge Racer

    · One Life Left's Podcast

    When Ste's away, Team OLL will play... chiptune covers of Muse songs. Yes, Ste was scouting out the karaoke bars of Gothenburg looking for talent to attend our Housemarque Marioke Birthday Celebration. This meant that Simon was in charge of the show. Unfortunately Simon immediately tells us that his shot his only child (with a Nerf gun) which means he probably isn't really responsible enough to run a radio show. Ann did recently become a triple Auntie so hopefully her instincts as an Aunt were enough to keep the show on track. Replacing Ste was our SSGH (Super-Special Guest Host) Simon 'Parkinson' Parkin. He brought the class and weird umlaut things that you'd expect from someone at the New Yorker. Parkinson also spoke a little about his new book, but we forgot to ask what colour it is. This is why we need Ste. But it wasn't just Parkinson, we also had Jack Attridge from Flavourworks on as a Super-Special Guest. He told us all about working at 22 Cans, what it was like to half-make Godus and showed Simon his latest game, which Simon then failed to tell us about. Simon even forgot to ask him what colour the game was, so we are thankful to Ann for keeping a hold on things. Simon started to make space under his stairs for the new Steam Machine and Ann made some big steps into becoming an esports champion. Not only that but Sega Badawi informed us of some local news and we became a discount code for an amazing soundtrack album (http://hewsonconsultants.bandcamp.com). It almost makes you wish Ste could be away every week (that almost is incredibly important if you're reading this Ste). Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://twitter.com/jacksflavour http://hewsonconsultants.bandcamp.com http://www.amazon.co.uk/Death-Video-Game-obsession-frontline/dp/1781254214/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 Track list: 1. Muse - Reapers http://it.wn.com/Muse_REAPERS_CHIPTUNE_Cover 2. Thing On A Spring - (Simon's go to chip tune) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmmEBO2lDVI 3. Cybernoid 2: The Revenge http://hewsonconsultants.bandcamp.com/track/cybernoid-2-the-revenge 4. Rambo First Blood Part II loading theme (C64) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuHLrQXUj4Q

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  • Ep. 83 - Simon Rich: Man Crush

    · 00:33:32 · The James Altucher Show

    James has a man crush and he admits it on today's podcast.Simon Rich again joins James today for a very special episode. Simon's new TV show, Man Seeking Woman, debuted last night on FXX.Man Seeking Woman follows Josh Greenberg (a stand-in of sorts for Rich himself, played by the excellent Jay Baruchel) as he navigates a fantastical nightmare world of millennial dating.When Simon was last on James show, (episode 52) they talked about an inside look at his writing technique and routines... his very own daily practice. There is an art to Simon's writing and you can feel his passion while listening to him talk about his work.On today's show they dive deep into his new TV sitcom, what a day is like creating a TV show, his biggest fears, and how he finds his inspiration.James asks Simon how you can get found. Simon says, just make something great.Don't try to write it to get a TV job, just make it great. Whether it's a 10-minute standup comedy routine or a short play you perform with your friends.Whatever it is, get it up on YouTube...No matter what happens, whether the show is picked up for another season or not, and of course Simon says he hopes it is. "It's been the best year of my life." He has a huge list of other projects he is currently working on. Listen in today. You'll be glad you did.

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  • 32: Vietnam Mountain Marathon med Simon Grimstrup og Asger Køppen

    · Trailcast.dk - Lyd på sporet

    En kort episode, hvor vi checker ind hos Simon Grimstrup, som er i Vietnam. Trods ømme fødder fra UTMB, valgte Simon alligevel at stille op til Vietnam Mountain Marathon. Det blev et hårdt løb for Simon, men trods et ekstra hårdt terræn i år, så lykkedes det alligevel Simon at vinde løbet. Simons gamle ven fra Ry, Asger Køppen, står bag løbet og fortæller om, hvorfor man arrangerer ultratrail i Vietnam. Løbet går gennem flere lokalområder, hvor der ikke sker ret meget og det sætter sit præg på begivenheden, på godt og ondt. Simon Grimstrup løb UTMB få uger før Vietnam. Hør hans beretning i episode 30 Hør også Simons beretning fra Jungle Ultra Peru 2013

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