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Dan Cumberland is on a mission to push you into the places where meaning and life intersect. Whether you call it purpose, passion, calling, vocation, dream job, or life's work, The Meaning Movement is here to help you identify and pursue it. Through the stories of experts and people in process, we're taking apart the myths of a single path and overnight success and replacing it with tried and true strategies for the slow and steady pursuit of meaning in your life and work. Whether you're rea ...
 
Learning a new language? Get your language learning questions answered by polyglot Olly Richards, who speaks 8 languages and runs the popular blog - I Will Teach You A Language. Whatever's holding you back on the path to fluency, tune in twice a week to get your regular dose of language learning motivation, with Olly and other polyglot guests, such as Benny Lewis, Luca Lampariello, Richard Simcott and Alex Rawlings. Learn Spanish, Learn French, Learn German, Learn Italian, Learn Portuguese, ...
 
Fake It 'til You Make It is a podcast, brought to you from the fine stable of talent at Panic Moon Productions. Hosts Jessica Lee (@LessicaJee) and Adam Canuck Zimmerman (@ItsAdamCanuck), along with the occasional guest, create movie pitches based on mystery titles. Join these two industry professionals (neither is completely true...) as they Fake It 'til [They] Make It!
 
Building a career in the music business is hard. When Life Hands You Lennons spotlights talent in the music business so they can share their expertise with you. Thus far into my career I’ve been able to build a strong network of connections and knowledge within the music business, including musicians, songwriters, publicists, label owners, business owners, distributors/aggregators, managers, and more.
 
"One Min Chinese" targets on beginning-level learners who want to learn survival Chinese for traveling purposes. It is produced in forms of mini videos and podcast lessons, and it is about 1-minute long. We understand it is hard to have that time commitment to learn Chinese when you have a busy life, and we want to make the learning of survival Chinese quicker and easier for you!
 
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The troops and hardware piling up at the border are probably just posturing. But look closely: Russia’s military is swiftly getting better-equipped and better-trained. Outsized inflation numbers in America are partly a statistical quirk—but also a sign of the tricky balance pandemic-era policymakers must navigate. And why you may soon be getting a …
 
Mens vi venter på Eliteserien, koser vi oss med Allsvenskan som hadde seriepremiere i helga. I første episode av Allsvenskan for Dummies snakker vi om Malmö, Djurgården, Hammarby, AIK og IFK Norrköping. Jokke er i kanonform og får hylle sitt store forbilde. Husk at du kan se alt av Allsvenskan på Discovery+. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
In this episode, I speak with Ruben Adery, a linguist, polyglot, dialect coach, and Fulbright Scholar, and Dustin Luke, a content creator, travel show host, and a YouTuber with over half a million subscribers. In 2020, they combined forces to create Spanish Speaking Hacks, where they help learners sound more like native speakers and less like gring…
 
Laura Huang is a researcher and professor at Harvard Business School. She researches and teaches on concepts of perception and bias in work and business. Her work has been featured in all kinds of impressive places: The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and a whole bunch of others. Through her work Laura helps people come to understand how others see th…
 
An apparent act of sabotage at an Iranian nuclear site, blamed on Israel, has complicated the prospect of America returning to the 2015 nuclear deal; we ask what happens next. Many of Europe’s public-service broadcasters are being squeezed by populist movements and illiberal governments. How to keep them independent? And an effort to translate Latv…
 
As the country wrestles with another covid-19 wave, the battle to succeed Chancellor Angela Merkel is building. We look at the political and epidemiological races. Prince Philip was a loyal consort to Britain’s queen for seven decades; our correspondent recalls meeting him at a difficult time for the family. And why Kenyans are at last indulging in…
 
The ostensible reason for continuing clashes relates to a well-attended funeral. But the terms of Brexit have raised tempers, inflaming centuries-old tensions; we ask what might calm them. Alexei Navalny’s condition is worsening in prison: does it really serve the Kremlin’s interests to let him perish? And “poetry slams” are a welcome release in th…
 
British and European regulators have addressed a possible link with blood clots. Expect more rare side-effects to emerge; what seems clear for now is that the vaccine’s benefits outweigh any risks. A new analysis shows that a racist American film from 1915 left a long legacy of racial violence. And a shady history of the function and fashion of sun…
 
Nøyaktig en måned og en dag til seriestart, hurra! I dag snakker vi om Gauseths gjenoppstandelse, Hareides siste innkjøp, Stabæk-spillere som vil imponere, MFKs Aursnes-erstatter, Ohis fremtid og stoppersituasjonen i Brann. Og så diskuterer vi naturligvis situasjonen i Drammen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Estimates suggest that last year’s rise in murder rates was the greatest in perhaps half a century, reversing a long decline; we ask what is behind it. Amid Europe’s woefully slow vaccine rollouts, Serbia stands out as an unlikely success story. And the pandemic’s natural experiment on the ideal number of working hours. For full access to print, di…
 
In this episode, Olly speaks with Wesley Swanson about becoming a successful online language teacher. Wes decided he wanted to move to China, and was looking for ways to earn an income while he was there, which led him to Olly's Online Teaching Accelerator programme. He had no teaching background, but loved languages and was attracted by the idea o…
 
So which football code is Australia's most popular - and why isn't it Rugby League?? 'Code Wars - The Battle for Fans, Dollars and Survival' is a fascinating examination of Australia's four-football-code landscape, and into the psyche of the nation. Author of 'Code Wars', Dr Hunter Fujak joins the pod to talk us through the past, present and potent…
 
Pressure on the king’s half-brother may represent a mere family feud, but Prince Hamzah’s complaints resonate with the country’s people. We ask what will happen next. Study the fast-growing list of India’s billionaires: who has joined it and who has left are signs of the country’s shifting economy. And an indigenous group’s tall order in Vancouver’…
 
The Biden administration’s early moves suggest no “reset” in relations; we recall a time when the game of ping-pong brought the countries back to the table. Although economics has transformed in the past quarter-century, the way it is taught has not; we examine efforts to rewrite the textbooks. And a forgotten album by British-Pakistani teenagers g…
 
After years of peacekeeping and counter-insurgency campaigns, the country is getting tooled up and trained up for serious military conflict. The “baby bust” brought on by the pandemic has changed global population predictions; we look into the down sides of a world with fewer people. And the Benin Bronzes have become a focal point for the art world…
 
Case numbers are on the rise—at a more worrying rate even than the first wave. We ask why, and what is being done to slow the spread. As revenues at wildlife-tourism spots have dried up, so has security—and now poaching is even more rampant than before. And scientists’ increasingly audacious bids to see around corners. For full access to print, dig…
 
The tepid debut of Britain’s dominant food-delivery app signals doubts not only about the gig economy but also about London’s ability to lure tech-firm listings. Chinese officials love to deploy “cloud seeding” to water the country’s parched lands, but even if it works, it distracts from better water-management policies. And why tweets so often com…
 
Our guest today has had a fascinating career path. I could say that about all our guest, really. Who hasn't had a fascinating career path? But that's some of what makes these conversations so important! It's rarely linear. It never looks the way you think it will. But I digress. When Ximena Vengoechea realized that the path she was on wasn't going …
 
In this episode, I speak with Tamara Marie, the founder of Spanish con Salsa, where Spanish learners can get fluent faster through the fun of Latin music. In the conversation, she shares the many advantages of learning languages through music, why narratives and rhythm are such powerful memory-enhancers, and how she herself got fluent in the langua…
 
Western fashion brands are in Chinese consumers’ crosshairs, the victims of political wranglings over sanctions and human-rights issues—a spat that may soon consume other industries. A striking number of people in the criminal-justice system have had traumatic brain injuries; our correspondent investigates how much that link has been overlooked. An…
 
TheFatRat, whose real name is Christian Buettner, is the world's most influential gaming music artist. He is currently boasting one of the largest followings and most engaging fan-bases on the web for an artist in his genre with 9 million fans worldwide, over 5 million on YouTube. He's also garnered nearly 2 billion streams. What brought him there …
 
In a province that is home to a massive natural-gas project, a long-simmering insurgency has burst into horrific violence; we ask why the government seems to have lost control. Our correspondent visits Minneapolis, where the police officer accused of murdering George Floyd goes on trial today. And the existential threat to a bird that has forgotten…
 
Mohamed asks: "You advise read, read, read... but why not listen, listen, listen?" Do You Have A Question? This show exists to answer your language learning questions! Send me your questions by visiting: https://www.iwillteachyoualanguage.com/ask ...and I’ll do my best to feature it on the show! Leave a Review If you'd like to support the show, the…
 
The country has empowered its women, established itself as a garment-industry powerhouse and vastly improved public health—but its politics remains troubled. The pandemic has not reduced average global happiness, but rather reshaped it: the old are more content and the young less so. And a look at the staggering costs of the Suez Canal blockage. Fo…
 
European leaders will address the thorny question of vaccine-export controls today. We look at the row with Britain and what it means for the broader relationship with the EU. Our correspondent visits Congo-Brazzaville as the president of nearly 37 years triumphs again—at a continuing cost to his people. And research suggests that Europe’s most inb…
 
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan just does not like interest-rate rises. So he has again sacked a central-bank governor given to imposing them—again, to his own peril. America’s love of free markets extends also to the business of sperm donation; our correspondent discusses the risks that come with so little regulation. And the opera composer who is …
 
It’s the fourth poll in two years, but a stable government is still far from guaranteed. We examine the firm grip Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu still has on Israeli politics. In the Philippines, children have been cooped up at home for a year—but citizens seem to buy into the government’s rationale. And the real history of the chocolate chip co…
 
I nytt studio i dag og vi håper lyden er bra, for vi (og aller helst Jokke), har mye på hjertet. Vi snakker om Liseth, MIFs status, setter karakter på RBKs overgangsvindu, diskuterer Fagermo som dropper treningskamp mot Glimt, mentaltrenere, MFKs innsats i Europa, Odds offensiv og hvordan Godset kan erstatte Salvesen. I tillegg tar vi en veldig van…
 
As demonstrations against February’s coup continue, many are trying a subtler form of resistance: starving army-owned businesses of revenue. We ask whether the ploy will work. Snippets of Neanderthal DNA survive in most humans—and they are a mixed blessing as regards the risks of covid-19. And, not for the first time, Britain’s census questions rev…
 
A shooting in the city left eight dead, six of them women of East Asian descent. We examine the past and present of anti-Asian sentiment in America. Frontex, Europe’s border-enforcement agency, is rising in clout and requisitioning more kit; we look at the closest the bloc has come to having a standing army. And why managers should tackle nonsensic…
 
Negotiations in Moscow may at last forge agreement between the Afghan government and Taliban insurgents; that, in turn, would inform America’s long-promised drawdown. The International Criminal Court can investigate crimes against humans, but there is a push to make injury to the environment a high crime, too. And a look at Britney Spears’s conserv…
 
Scattered reports of blood clots have sparked curbs across Europe, even though the jab is almost certainly safe. We take a hard look at the risks in relative terms. After Canada arrested a Huawei executive in 2018, China detained two Canadians—we examine the hostage diplomacy still playing out. And how “non-fungible tokens” may benefit digital arti…
 
Over the years of working with people through questions of work, meaning, and what's next, I've worked with a few former dancers. Ballet dancers specifically. If you pursue ballet at a high level — much like professional sports — you know that there's a timeline. Your body can only sustain that level of athletics for so long. This is not to mention…
 
In this episode, Olly speaks with Marija Dobrovolska from the popular YouTube channel Deutsch mit Marija. Topics we cover: How did Marija learn German? What were the most effective methods she used? What are some unique challenges for Russian or English speakers learning German? Follow Marija here: Website: https://deutsch-mit-marija.de YouTube: ht…
 
Mary Konstantopoulos is The Lady Who (among other things) Leagues, and joins the pod to chat about the lie of the land for women in Rugby League in 2021. How did we get here? What can we do better in the future? And what has Mary's path taught her about the world in which we live? The state of the game for women in Australia is on the agenda. And t…
 
The firm got in early providing online-payment software to tech startups. Now it’s the most valuable Silicon Valley darling yet. We look at its future prospects. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo faces a raft of allegations and widespread calls to quit; our correspondent reckons he will not go anywhere without a fight. And the Kabul beauty trend that …
 
Thomas Eggensberger is a German Los Angeles-based freelance film composer for film, TV, and video games. Thomas is actively working in Los Angeles as a freelance composer (alongside working as a composer assistant for a film composer in Los Angeles) and orchestrator and has started a sample library business (Green Light District) with two of his co…
 
As the country marks ten years of civil war, the economy is crippled; it has broken up into statelets and ethnic enclaves that may never be reunified. Violence against women is sparking a global wave of protest. We examine why it is more widespread, and more damaging, in the poor world. And the creature that can shed its entire body. For full acces…
 
As the Biden administration fires a $1.9trn pandemic-relief bazooka, we consider how governments might rethink welfare: providing more-flexible benefits, investing in human capital and acting as an insurer against the gravest risks. The simple pleasure of human touch, so constrained of late, is not an emotional luxury—it’s a physical need. And why …
 
The cleanup effort in and around the melted-down power plant is still progressing, but rebuilding communities—and, crucially, trust—is proving far more difficult. As Rupert Murdoch turns 90 we look at how his businesses are faring, and how they are likely to be run by his heirs. And the Victorian strongman who was arguably the world’s first fitness…
 
Formalising systems to divide the vaccinated from the unvaccinated is neither as risky nor as useful as many people think. In any case, vaccine passports are coming. On the anniversary of Tibet’s uprising, we examine how pressure on Tibetan Buddhism is rising, with dark parallels to Uyghur Muslims’ plight. And why it’s time to close the gate on dut…
 
Ben asks: "I want to learn Polish, but there isn't much material out there for StoryLearning. What should I do?" Do You Have A Question? This show exists to answer your language learning questions! Send me your questions by visiting: https://www.iwillteachyoualanguage.com/ask ...and I’ll do my best to feature it on the show! Leave a Review If you'd…
 
Thanks to a parliamentary contortion called reconciliation, the $1.9trn covid-relief plan is likely to sail through—we examine what is in it and what its passage portends for lawmaking in the Biden era. Unrest is unusual in Senegal, but citizens are out in force; we ask about the roots of the protest mood. And what ever happened to bespoke ringtone…
 
På selveste kvinnedagen åpner Jokke med en nydelig hyllest av damene i norsk fotball. Vi snakker om Vebjørn Hoff som er aktuell for RBK, om Glimt som har reist til Marbella, MFKs sjanser mot Granada og Tobias Christensens rolle i Fagermos VIF. Det blir litt om nykommerne i KBK, hvem som bør danne stopperpar i Bergen og situasjonen i Haugesund rundt…
 
State and local pandemic responses are scattershot; a national effort is all but nonexistent. A creeping sense of fatalism makes for peril far beyond the country’s borders. Aggregate American jobs numbers are promising, but our correspondent digs deeper to find how much harder women have it in the labour force. And the interview set to widen Britai…
 
The National People’s Congress kicked off with two big signals of Beijing’s intentions: a return to economic-growth targets and a plan to eradicate Hong Kong’s vestiges of democracy. On the first-ever papal visit to Iraq, Pope Francis hopes to give succour to the country’s beleaguered Christians. And the continued tribulations of the nightclub scen…
 
The Biden administration would like to pull back from the region; America’s strategic interests have changed, as have regional dynamics. We examine the careful exit that is possible. To evade censors China’s cinephiles often turn to pirated versions of foreign films, but the volunteers who subtitle them are under increasing pressure. And researcher…
 
Steven Homestead is an artist, poet, composer, and collaborator. He structures his work around his life and art — often keeping them as separate parallel streams. Steven is also one of my oldest friends, so I've been able to witness his intentional choices over the years in what he pursues and does next. We discuss how he approaches creative projec…
 
The finance minister has a plan that will keep many safeguards in place—for now. We ask how the country will then dig itself out of a financial hole. As countries aim for net-zero emissions, how to pick the policies that do the most good for the least cash? And why every fruit tree in Zanzibar has an owner. For full access to print, digital and aud…
 
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