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  • Cómo conseguir objetivos ambiciosos y cambiar tu vida, con María Fernández
    The Success Academy
    maria fernandez

    Cambiar tu vida y conseguir resultados duraderos es posible si adquieres el compromiso necesario para lograrlo y tienes un plan de acción con objetivos definidos que te indique cómo lograrlo. María Fernández, coach y autora del libro "El pequeño libro que hará grande tu vida." (Alienta) te ayuda en su libro a conseguir de una vez por todas tus objetivos y convertir tu vida en tu mayor obra de arte. María es colaboradora en medios de comunicación como RNE, TVE o Antena 3. Colabora también en prensa escrita en YoDona, revista Mía, Marie Claire, Instyle, El Mundo, Expansión, Buena Vida o en publicaciones internacionales como The Best You. Hoy en The Success Academy hablamos de: - A qué equivale hacer una vida grande - Cómo medir si estamos cambiando nuestra vida - Qué es lo que le impide a la gran mayoría de personas cambiar sus vidas - Si nos falta compromiso y cómo conseguir un compromiso mayor con nosotros mismos - Cuál es el secreto para hacer que los cambios sean permanentes y no efímeros - Algunos consejos simples pero que tienen un gran impacto en nuestras vidas - Qué diferencia a las personajes públicos del resto de personas, y cómo enfrentan ellos sus retos Sponsor: Desata tu Éxito: Canción:

  • 182: To be an entrepreneur, in the nontraditional sense

    Have you ever wondered whether you're cut out to be an entrepreneur? I have, and it wasn't until a couple of years ago I realized that it's not so much that I'm not cut out to be an entrepreneur, it's that I'm meant to be a nontraditional entrepreneur. Tune in to hear what I mean by "nontraditional", plus what understanding this definition could do for you - if you're nontraditional, too. Also, how can traditional entrepreneurs leverage and create opportunities for nontraditional entrepreneurs? We cover this, too! Post that accompanies this episode: Check out all the posts at Entrepreneurs On Fire! The Freedom Journal: Set & Accomplish your #1 goal in 100 days! The Mastery Journal: Master Productivity, Discipline & Focus in 100 days! Leave a rating & review for Kate's Take!

  • 666: What is the deal with the Devil?
    The Positive Head Podcast

    Brandon and Chris have a supremely interesting conversation about the character of Satan or Lucifer, inspired by a review sent in by a listener, and they attempt to shed some light on this inherently mysterious figure and the connected story of the "Fall of Man", which as many listeners of the show may intuit, does not have the traditional significance that many people assume due to Christian dogma.

  • Episode 03: Thinking About Trust and Risk
    Harvard University

    Today, leaders confront declining trust and escalating risk in a time of seeming constant turbulence. In this episode of Leader ReadyCast, we discuss how leaders can prepare for and deal with these vexing challenges with Harlan Loeb, Global Chair for Crisis and Reputation Risk at Edelman, the global public relations firm. Loeb, also a professor of Crisis Litigation and the Court of Public Opinion at Northwestern University and a lecturer and Ford Scholar at the Kellogg School of Management, offers concrete insights useful for leaders in any sector.

  • Opioids and Addiction: A Governors Roundtable on State Approaches to Treatment
    Harvard University

    President Trump recently described a plan to tackle the opioid abuse crisis that includes tougher sentencing on dealers and expanding access to treatment. The President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis cites the need to move ahead quickly with treatment alternatives for those addicted to opioids. Yet, recent public surveys show that Americans are confused about opioid-treatment programs, with only about half believing there is an effective, long-term addiction treatment. There are programs offered for the treatment of opioid addiction, including medicated–assisted treatment, drug rehabilitation programs, addiction support groups, and counseling. This Forum – featuring the unique perspectives of former governors and the 21st United States Secretary of Health and Human Services — will examine the state government’s role in current and future approaches to treatment. These approaches may include educating the public about these alternatives, paying for them, regulating their performance and availability, training and certifying health professionals in their use, and developing guidelines for certification of these treatments. This is the second in a series of Governors Roundtables. Part of The Andelot Series on Current Science Controversies, this Forum event was presented jointly with Reuters on Thursday, April 12, 2018. Watch the entire series at

  • The Surprising Cost of School Security
    Harvard University

    UC–Berkeley Professor Calvin Morrill talks about how one school's increased security policies altered its culture and how the current debate about school security can be informed by this experience.

  • Ron Blaskett - Oral History Interview (1993)

    Ron Blaskett, interviewed by Denzil Howson for the NFSA's 'Once Upon a Wireless' project, 13 October 1993. In this interview Ron Blaskett recalls his career as a ventriloquist on the air waves. Blaskett tells how he was asked to appear on Australia's Amateur Hour and won outright and how this opened doors for him to appear in radio shows with his ventriloquism act. He recalls famous ventriloquist acts from around the world that appeared on radio and the key to success for a ventriloquist on the radio. Image: Courtesy Nine Network. Ron Blaskett performing in the 500th episode of IN MELBOURNE TONIGHT, on 3 April 1959.

  • Kein Frieden ohne Gerechtigkeit, keine Gerechtigkeit ohne Wahrheit | Böll.Fokus
    News & Politik

    1993 - mitten im Bosnienkrieg – nachdem Erzählungen von ethnischen Säuberungen im bosnischen Prijedor an der kroatischen Grenze die Runde machten, nahm der Internationale Strafgerichtshof für das ehemalige Jugoslawien – ICTY - seine Arbeit in Den Haag auf. 25 Jahre später beendete der ICTY seine Arbeit 2017 und hinterlässt ein wegweisendes Kapitel für die internationale Rechtsgeschichte. Mandy Schielke war bei der Podiumsdiskussion in der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, die sich mit der Arbeit des ICTY beschäftigt hat. Foto: CC-BY 2.0 Michał Huniewicz / War damage on Sarajevo buildings (Flickr)

  • Protein Engineering: Editing Functionality
    Harvard University

    Michael Super, PhD, of the Wyss Institute, shares his story of how the spread of infectious disease throughout South Africa and London inspired him to pursue human health and combat disease.

  • Twynyrodyn Community School Show 6
    Russell Prue
    Education Radio

    First broadcast on Friday 20th April 2018 at 2:15pm. This is show number 6 of 6 from YR6 - Miss C Baber's class worked exceptionally hard to produce this stunning piece of live radio. Part of the Arts Council of Wales brilliant initiative, this exercise was designed to improve the love of writing with a focus on confidence with language. This show carries an advert that we made for Angela Davies and her brilliant Foot Care Clinic, a big thank you for her generous sponsorship which has of course gone to the School. The School plans to open their own station soon, if you'd like to be part of their success and sponsor elements of their broadcasts, please get in touch [email protected] Little Helps as one major Supermarket said! Find out more about our student workshops Hosted by Russell Prue and using the Anderton Tiger HUB - a school radio station for under £3,000 that Russell has designed for schools. Details of the kit used The lines are now closed, please do not send texts or call until the next live show otherwise you will be charged at your standard message rate and we may not be able to read your message out. Copyright music has been removed.

  • Government Deficits, Central Banking, and the Cost of Being Wrong | Carlos Lara
    Mises Institute
    News & Politics

    Presented by the Mises Institute in Nashville, Tennessee, on 14 April 2018. Special thanks to an Anonymous Donor for making this event possible.

  • Episode 01: Lessons from the 2017 Hurricanes
    Harvard University

    In this episode of Leader ReadyCast we look back at the unprecedented 2017 hurricane season with Richard Serino, Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative at Harvard, former Deputy Administrator of FEMA, and former Chief of EMS in Boston. Serino shares what the responses to Harvey, Irma, Jose, and Maria tell us as we look forward to 2018 and beyond. We explore lessons that should be applied as communities face more extreme weather events.

  • Will Fed Rate Hikes Crash the Market? | Bob Murphy
    Mises Institute
    News & Politics

    Presented by the Mises Institute in Nashville, Tennessee, on 14 April 2018. Includes an introduction by Jeff Deist. Special thanks to an Anonymous Donor for making this event possible.

  • Per Bylund on AI and the Structure of Production
    Mises Institute

    Our guest is Dr. Per Bylund of Oklahoma State University, who joins Jeff Deist to dispel some of the myths surrounding artificial intelligence and mass data collection. AI is just the next evolution of smart software, Bylund argues, and should be celebrated like all technology as higher order capital goods that increase productivity and wealth. He also argues that Hayek's knowledge problem won't be overcome by computing power anytime soon, because no amount of data can fully explain subjective human wants and values. What makes AI and data mining potentially dangerous, Bylund reminds us, is their misuse by government. See Per Bylund's article "What Makes AI Dangerous? The State" here:

  • Dr Matt Wilkinson - Why are there no dragons?
    University of Cambridge

    Have you ever wondered why dragons, unicorns, giants and vampires don’t exist? If so, then this is the event for you, as zoologist Dr Matt Wilkinson takes you on an expedition beyond life as we know it, to see why there are some things that evolution just can’t make.

  • Can we regulate intellectual interests like financial ones?
    BMJ talk medicine

    We talk about financial conflicts of interest a lot atThe BMJ - and have take taken the decision that our educational content should be without them. We also talk a lot about non-financial conflicts of interest, but the choppy waters of those are much more difficult to navigate. In this podcast, we discuss whether we should, or if we could even could, make people’s intellectual positions transparent. Arguing that it’s important to tackle this issue, are Wendy Lipworth and Ian Kerridge from Sydney health Ethics at the University of Sydney - and arguing that it’s not as easy as we think is Marc Rodwin, from Suffolk University Law School in Boston. Read the full head to head:

  • AFRONOMICS: Africas Pulse Spring Edition Part 1
    World Bank
    African Economics
  • Muggles Abroad!
    With Good Reason

    A few lucky college students who love the Harry Potter fantasy series get to travel to London for 3 weeks of magical creatures, potions, and herbology. And if you're impatient for the final season of Game of Thrones, we have your GoT fix--how the women of Westeros gain and lose power in that fictional patriarchal world of dragons and warfare. Plus: Long before there was Black Panther or the Blaxploitation movies, there were Race Movies. 500 were created by black actors and directors, but only 100 remain.

  • The Surprising Cost of School Security
    Harvard EdCast

    UC-Berkeley Professor Calvin Morrill talks about how a high school changed with increased security policies, and shares some perspective on how this might inform the current debate about school security.

  • Harry Burns - the social determinants of Scotland
    BMJ talk medicine

    Harry Burns was a surgeon, who gave up his career in that discipline to become a public health doctor. Eventually that lead to him being the last Chief Medical Officer of Scotland, and now he’s professor of global public health at the University of Strathclyde. Scotland has always had a separate NHS, but since devolution, the parliament there has had much more autonomy in running the country - and Harry has seemed to manage to convince them that improving health means improving the social determinants of health. In this conversation we talk about that link, how his philosophy has affected policy up there, some of the experiments which are going on in the country, and what he thinks is the most exciting change. Read the editorial on GDP and wellness: