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The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
 
Questo Podcast mi ronzava in testa da un po'. Si tratta di qualche minuto (circa una decina ma puo' anche essere qualcosa di più o di meno) in cui vi parlerò di curiosità che possono toccare qualunque argomento. Il mio scopo non è quello di un podcast tipo trattato scientifico, bensì il regalarvi un sorriso e farvi dire "Ma pensa un po'..."
 
Vil du lære, mens du er på farten? Podcasten Ophelia Invest Talks udkommer hver fredag og varer ca. 30 minutter. Her sætter vi fokus på en masse forskellige temaer under "paraplyerne" investering, opsparing og privatøkonomi. Så hvis du vil høre om aktieanalyse, megatrends, makroøkonomi men også økonomisk frihed, bæredygtig investering og alt mulig andet så bliv endelig hængende. Du kan nemlig få masser af viden om alt dette og mere. Sarah Ophelia Møss interviewer forskellige eksperter og del ...
 
Coaching is your art… Your calling. How are coaches like us who don’t want to take the easy way out and turn into sleazy salespeople or sell BS supplements - who approach coaching with integrity - leverage our ability to change lives through coaching to grow our clientele and leave a lasting impact on the world? That is the question and this podcast will give you the answers.
 
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Er du nysgerrig på hvad der foregår bag bankens mure? Det kaster vi lys på når Pia Brink Andersen tager dig med på en gennemgang af bankernes arbejdsområder. Her fortæller hun om sin egen rejse fra analytiker i 2001 til områdedirektør i 2019, i en af Danmarks mellemstore banker. Hør Pia tale om blandt andet kapitalforvaltning, at gøre en forskel og…
 
We live in an age in which we are repeatedly reminded—by scientists, by the media, by popular culture—of the looming threat of mass extinction. We’re told that human activity is currently producing a sixth mass extinction, perhaps of even greater magnitude than the five previous geological catastrophes that drastically altered life on Earth. Indeed…
 
Do you feel lost in the Anthropocene? Would you like a map to chart your way through our changing world? How about an atlas? Well, the Feral Atlas Collective has something that might help you out. In this episode Anna Tsing, an anthropologist from U.C. Santa Cruz, tells us about the Feral Atlas: The More-than-Human Anthropocene. Feral Atlas is one …
 
Business Building 101 starts this week! As I mentioned in previous weeks, I’ll be bringing another live cohort of teachers through the Business Building 101 program. This 12-week course is all about building a strong foundation for a financially-sustainable business. You’ll get weekly video lessons to complete whenever it’s convenient and you can j…
 
In the space of a few weeks this spring, organizations around the world learned that many traditional, in-person jobs could, in fact, be performed remotely. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, however, some individuals were already utilizing new options for personal mobility and online work to strike out on their own. In the new book, Digital Nomads: In …
 
Today’s mini interview is with Scarlette Kerr, a teacher who went from having a very part-time studio while in grad school to building a strong student roster within seven months, even with COVID happening. We talk about being a musician AND business owner, time management, and self-promotion. Scarlette also happens to be the winner of the startup …
 
In Colonial Fantasies, Imperial Realities: Race Science and the Making of Polishness on the Fringes of the German Empire, 1840-1920 (Ohio University Press, 2019), Lenny Ureña Valerio offers a transnational approach to Polish-German relations and nineteenth-century colonial subjectivities. She investigates key cultural dynamics in the history of med…
 
Forms, Formats and the Circulation of Knowledge: British Printscape’s Innovations, 1688-1832 (Brill, 2020) explores the printscape – the mental mapping of knowledge in all its printed shapes – to chart the British networks of publishers, printers, copyright-holders, readers and authors. This transdisciplinary volume skilfully recovers innovations a…
 
Americans today are often skeptical of scientific authority. Many conservatives dismiss climate change and Darwinism as liberal fictions, arguing that "tenured radicals" have coopted the sciences and other disciplines. Some progressives, especially in the universities, worry that science's celebration of objectivity and neutrality masks its attachm…
 
(Reklame) Årets første børsnotering er selskabet Nexcom. Selskabet tilbyder deres kunder en højteknologisk kundeservice platform. De har været i gang i flere år og tjener allerede penge. Det er en abonnementsforretning og potentialet er ifølge selskabet meget stort. Event: Facebooklive mandag den 18. januar kl 20-21 Tilmelding: Kan ses af alle uden…
 
(Reklame) BactiQuant arbejder med hele fire af FNs verdensmål, med fokus på at skabe rent drikkevand til alle både i og uden for Danmark. CEO Morten Miller fra det børsaktuelle selskab fortæller om selskabets produkter, markedspotentialet og ambitionerne for fremtiden. Event: Facebooklive mandag den 25. Januar kl 20-21 Tilmelding: Kan ses af alle u…
 
In this podcast Jane and Chris talk to Dr Richard Misek, Senior Lecture in Film at the University of Kent. They talk about his involvement with copyright as a film maker and teacher, the challenges that copyright can cause for creative reuse and the importance of fair dealing and fair use. He also talks about his copyright heroes, and of course his…
 
Kimberly Lee Minor is a business owner and creative executive with over 25 years of senior-level leadership experience spanning merchandising, product development, and brand development and management. Most recently she was Senior Vice President, Strategy, Merchandising Operations, Home, Gifting and Accessories & Third Party for Bath & Body Works. …
 
Often when I interview studio owners, there’s one specific element of their business that I want to highlight and delve into, but I’ve gotten to know today’s guest over the last year or so and there were so many big and little things about the way they run their studio that are really cool and I wanted you to hear about. We’ll touch on a lot of dif…
 
Marion Nestle describes her new book as “a small, quick and dirty reader for the general audience” summarizing some of her biggest and most influential works. Let’s Ask Marion: What You Need to Know About the Politics of Food, Nutrition, and Health published September 2020 by University of California Press, was written in conversation with Kerry Tr…
 
Is color a phenomenon of science or a thing of art? Over the years, color has dazzled, enhanced, and clarified the world we see, embraced through the experimental palettes of painting, the advent of the color photograph, Technicolor pictures, color printing, on and on, a vivid and vibrant celebrated continuum. These turns to represent reality in “l…
 
Many sentient (or possibly sentient) wild animals follow a reproductive strategy whereby they have large numbers of offspring, the vast majority of which suffer and die quickly or suffer and die slowly. Either way, there is a huge amount of suffering in the wild. And it is a truism in ethics that we have a duty to alleviate or prevent unnecessary s…
 
Hør hvilke sektorer der kommer til at klare sig godt i 2021, når vi kigger frem med chefstrateg fra Nordea, Andreas Østerheden. Vi taler også om hvad man skal være opmærksom på, hvad der er vigtigt at undgå og hvad der kommer til at diktere udviklingen. Ophelia Invest Talks er sponsoreret af Spotlight Stock Market. Podcasten er planlagt, optaget og…
 
Vi snakker forbrug og privatøkonomi med Ann Lehmann Erichsen i dagens episode af Ophelia Invest Talks. Vi kommer rundt om en bred palette af ting såsom pension, penge-tabuer, boligmarkedet, de unges forhold til penge og en hel masse andet. Ann er udover at have mange år bag sig som forbrugerøkonom også forfatter og meget benyttet blogger. Hun er ut…
 
It would be simple enough to say that mathematics is being done, and that those who do it are mathematicians. Yet, the history and culture of the mathematical community immediately complicate these statements. In her book A New Year's Present from a Mathematician (CRC Press, 2020), Snezana Lawrence guides a tour of European mathematical history tha…
 
With its infamously packed cars and disciplined commuters, Tokyo’s commuter train network is one of the most complex technical infrastructures on Earth. In An Anthropology of the Machine: Tokyo's Commuter Train Network (University of Chicago Press, 2018), Michael Fisch provides a nuanced perspective on how Tokyo’s commuter train network embodies th…
 
Business Building 101 is starting January 18! Join this live cohort by registering for the course at musicstudiostartup.com/courses Happy new year! As I ease back into my regular routine, I’m popping in today with a quick announcement and a mini podcast interview. First, the announcement. As I mentioned in previous weeks, I’ll be bringing another l…
 
We live in an age of moral revolutions in which the once morally outrageous has become morally acceptable, and the formerly acceptable is now regarded as reprehensible. Attitudes toward same-sex love, for example, and the proper role of women, have undergone paradigm shifts over the last several decades. In this book, Robert Baker argues that these…
 
Modern Architecture and Climate explores how leading architects of the twentieth century incorporated climate-mediating strategies into their designs, and shows how regional approaches to climate adaptability were essential to the development of modern architecture. Focusing on the period surrounding World War II—before fossil-fuel powered air-cond…
 
In Extraterrestrial Languages (MIT Press 2020), Daniel Oberhaus tells the history of human efforts to talk to aliens, but in doing so, the book reflects on the relationship between communication and cognition, the metaphysics of mathematics, about whether dolphins have a language, and more. The challenge of communicating with extraterrestrials forc…
 
When is sorrow sickness? That is the question that this book asks, exploring how our understandings of sadness, melancholy, depression, mania and anxiety have changed over time, and how societies have tried to treat something which lies on the border between the natural and the pathological. Jonathan Sadowsky's book The Empire of Depression: A New …
 
Nerdfighteria started over a decade ago by brothers Hank and John Green who decided to provide literacy themed programming on their website and YouTube channel. With almost three million members, Nerdfighteria is more than just a space for fans to talk about the work of John Green and other young adult authors. In her new book, Narratives, Nerd Fig…
 
Could extinct species, like mammoths and passenger pigeons, be brought back to life? The science says yes. In How to Clone a Mammoth: The Science of De-Extinction (Princeton UP, 2020), Beth Shapiro, evolutionary biologist and pioneer in “ancient DNA” research, walks readers through the astonishing and controversial process of de-extinction. From de…
 
I denne jubilæums-episode, der varer lidt over en time, sætter vi fokus på dansk vækst. Vi har hele fire CEOs fra danske selskaber med på linjen, Cessatech, Dancann, Curasight og Freetrailer. De fortæller alle om deres respektive forretninger og ambitioner for fremtiden. Til sidst i episoden gennemgås udviklingen i samtlige danske børsnoteringer på…
 
As we start to put 2020 in the rearview mirror, Emily reflects on lessons learned in 2020 and what she will be bringing in 2021. A special thank you to all of the listeners and members of the Boutique Training Academy Tribe. We are so blessed to have each and every one of you in our boutique family! Here's to a beautiful start to 2021!Book mentione…
 
Between 1927 and 1979, more than 8,000 people were involuntarily sterilized in five hospitals across the state of Virginia. From this plain and terrible fact springs Elizabeth Catte's Pure America: Eugenics and the Making of Modern Virginia (Belt, 2021), a sweeping, unsparing history of eugenics in Virginia, and by extension the United States. Virg…
 
Ben-Hur (1959), Jaws (1975), Avatar (2009), Wonder Woman (2017): the blockbuster movie has held a dominant position in American popular culture for decades. In American Blockbuster: Movies, Technology, and Wonder (Duke University Press, 2020), Charles R. Acland charts the origins, impact, and dynamics of this most visible, entertaining, and dispara…
 
In Diagnosing Desire: Biopolitics and Femininity into the Twenty-First Century, (The Ohio State University Press, 2020), Alyson K. Spurgas, Ph.D. examines the “new science of female sexuality” from a critical, sociological perspective, considering how today’s feminist-identified sex researchers study and manage women with low desire. Diagnosing Des…
 
I denne episode svarer Sarah Ophelia Møss på det mest stillede spørgsmål i vores to investorgrupper på Facebook, Aktieklubben Danmark og Kvindelogen, nemlig “hvordan kommer jeg i gang med at investere”. Først lidt hjælp til, hvordan du bedst undersøger hvilken type investor du er, dernæst en gennemgang af, hvad aktier og fonde er, inkl. aktiv og pa…
 
What is life? For generations, scientists have struggled to make sense of this fundamental question, for life really does look like magic: even a humble bacterium accomplishes things so dazzling that no human engineer can match it. Huge advances in molecular biology over the past few decades have served only to deepen the mystery. In this penetrati…
 
Business Building 101 will be back in January! Join this live cohort by registering for the course at musicstudiostartup.com/courses What a year it’s been. It’s been hard in big, life-altering ways and in incredibly mundane ways. This year, more than usual, I’m looking forward to the symbolically fresh start and optimism that a new year brings. Wit…
 
In The Mutant Project: Inside the Global Race to Genetically Modify Humans (St. Martin's Press, 2020), anthropologist Eben Kirksey visits the frontiers of genetics, medicine, and technology to ask: Whose values are guiding gene editing experiments? And what does this new era of scientific inquiry mean for the future of the human species? At a confe…
 
Though the current political climate might lead one to suspect that religion and medicine make for uncomfortable bedfellows, the two institutions have a long history of alliance. From religious healers and religious hospitals to religiously informed bioethics and research studies on the impact of religious and spiritual beliefs on physical and ment…
 
Vil du gerne høre hvilke aktier Mads Christiansen fra Millionærklubben han har tænkt sig at blive i? Hør Mads’ bud på de bedste aktier derude pt. Vi snakker også om hvordan man udser sig de spændende trends, og her får vi konkrete tips til, hvordan vi spotter dem. Denne episode er sponsoreret af Ecooking, dansk hudplejeluksus og Abate, skandinavisk…
 
Hvordan adskiller Danmark sig fra sine nordiske brødre? Det sætter vi blandt andet fokus på i dagens episode af Ophelia Invest Talks. Vi kommer også ind på de mange benspænd der er for danske private investorer, som tæller det faktum at 1) der er rigtig mange muligheder, 2) beskatningen og 3) den førte politik. Vi snakker med privatinvestor Andreas…
 
Living in an age awash with information can sometimes obscure its extraordinary fragility. Indeed, as Richard Ovenden demonstrates in Burning the Books: A History of the Deliberate Destruction of Knowledge (Harvard University Press, 2020), the burning of books and the looting of archives has long been a tool for controlling access to information an…
 
Meteorites, mega-volcanoes, and plate tectonics--the old forces of nature--have transformed Earth for millions of years. They are now joined by a new geological force--humans. Our actions have driven Earth into a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene. For the first time in our home planet's 4.5-billion-year history a single species is increasingly…
 
Séances, clairvoyance, and telepathy captivated public imagination in the United States from the 1850s well into the twentieth century. Though skeptics dismissed these experiences as delusions, a new kind of investigator emerged to seek the science behind such phenomena. With new technologies like the telegraph collapsing the boundaries of time and…
 
In part 2 of the End Your Year Strong series, Emily talks about what you need to do to really wrap up the last two weeks of 2020. Taking inventory of not just what you have in your boutique but also what you have accomplished this year and what you'd like to accomplish in 2021 are just some of the wrap-up tips Emily talks about in this episode.Join…
 
You might already be cringing at the title to this episode, so first a little background. Jason and I are both alumni of an entrepreneurial training program called College Works Painting. My time in this program was hugely influential in my life and career and it’s where I got my first taste of sales training. I am constantly drawing on my sales ex…
 
Participation is everywhere today. It has been formalized, measured, standardized, scaled up, network-enabled, and sent around the world. Platforms, algorithms, and software offer to make participation easier, but new technologies have had the opposite effect. We find ourselves suspicious of how participation extracts our data or monetizes our emot…
 
The story of the battlefield in the 20th century was dominated by a handful of developments. Foremost of these was the introduction and refinement of tanks. In Tank Warfare (Indiana UP, 2020), prominent military historian Professor Jeremy Black offers a comprehensive global account of the history of tanks and armored warfare in the 20th and 21st ce…
 
Butterflies have long captivated the imagination of humans, from naturalists to children to poets. Indeed it would be hard to imagine a world without butterflies. And yet their populations are declining at an alarming rate, to the extent that even the seemingly ubiquitous Monarch could conceivably go the way of the Passenger Pigeon. Many other, mor…
 
In this episode we speak to Anne Lawrence-Mathers, Professor of History at the University of Reading about her new book Medieval Meteorology: Forecasting the Weather from Aristotle to the Almanac, out this year, 2020, with Cambridge University Press. The practice of weather forecasting underwent a crucial transformation in the Middle Ages. Explorin…
 
Architecture for the Commons: Participatory Systems in the Age of Platforms (Routledge, 2020) dives into an analysis of how the tectonics of a building is fundamentally linked to the economic organizations that allow them to exist. By tracing the origins and promises of current technological practices in design, the book provides an alternative pat…
 
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