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The Managing Madrid Podcast is back! Hosts Gabe Lezra and Josh Zeitlin sit down to talk about Real Madrid's rocky first month of the season, the soothing balm of the Champions League, and the recent goal barrage against Deportivo. Welcome back to Managing Madrid (or should we say the Abu Dhabi Managing Marid Poidcast?!) and welcome back to your 10-time Champions League Champions, Real Madrid!
The guys are back after the international break and are excited to discuss what is fast becoming a strong start to Real Madrid's season. First, they preview the Levante game, looking into Isco's splendid form and trying to figure out who he might replace in the starting lineup--is it Bale? James? Or maybe Modric after some decline? Gabe takes some questions from the audience and they segue into the Liverpool match: should Madrid really be nervous about this side? Or is this just the allure of playing in Anfield that has the guys worried?
Clásico time! Gabe, Josh and Lucas are joined by staff-writer Mike Platania. All three review Real's spectacular 3-0 win against Liverpool and discuss all things El Clásico, including predictions! It's an hour-long episode, just as it needed to be for this kind of game. Are Real Madrid ready? Will Suárez make an impact? Should Ancelotti play 4-3-3 or 4-4-2? All this and more is discussed in today's episode
After a heart-stopping match in Bulgaria and a comfortable drubbing in Madrid, the guys are back to dissect a turbulent week in Real Madrid-land. From the tough to watch Ludogorets match--thank you, Karim--to the fun to watch Athletic destruction--aren't we lucky to be living in the age of Cristiano Ronaldo?--the guys break down all the Real Madrid action. They take some questions (what to do with Fabio Coentrao?), and finally dissect the Iker Casillas interview.
As the parent of a child with a life-threatening heart defect, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by the new "heart world" the family is immediately part of. On this show two mothers who have children with critical congenital heart defects (CHDs) will discuss how they became empowered members of the CHD community by tapping into ways to help others in their community.
Wayverly Mouse-Evangelista will share how her love of arts and crafts enabled her to find a way to reach out to others in the CHD community. She will share what specific items she has created for the heart community and how others can find them.
Susan Vanderpool will share how her situation caused her to see a need for vital information in a heartbeat. She will tell us about how she created a product to calm mothers' fears. Having a school-aged child with a major heart defect in school full-time, away from a loving parent, can be a scary prospect. Ms. Vanderpool shares how her product can relieve parents' anxiety about this situation.
We will also hear from CHD Survivor Natalie McGee how she found a way to give back to her community. Through her own adversity she was able to create a product to help herself and others. Find out what she created and how you can benefit from the creations she and her mother have designed.
Sometimes reaching out to others in need is the best therapy a person can have!
Our Kitchen Cabinet Financial Expert Lurie Davis is back to discuss three important ways that you can finance your child’s college education in a painless methodical way. He’ll walk us through the various programs that you can consider regardless of the age of your child.
And for our listeners who have mounting student debt, Lurie will walk you though a reasonable and painless way to manage your student debt while building your career at the same time.
With costs rising now more than ever every family (even grandparents like me) need to listen to this show and share it with others as you plan the educational pathway for your youngsters.
The old ways of leading don’t work in today’s business culture. Tune into this webinar and learn new leadership skills based on motivation and passion. Explore new progressive and actionable approaches to leading and influencing others. Learn the limitations on some of the traditional approaches associated with success today, and how the future lies in effective leadership approaches that are centered on advanced personal and interpersonal communication tools.
About Stephen Friedman:
Stephen Friedman is a recognized executive coach, career coach, facilitator and trainer, working in the areas of leadership and management skills development, group and team development, organizational learning and human resource management. His experience spans more than 20 years. Friedman is on the Faculty at the Schulich School of Business at York University where he teaches Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management and Leadership at both the BBA and MBA levels. He also teaches custom seminars in group development and leadership/management skills for Schulich’s Executive Education Centre.
3 Tips for managing stress and feeling confident and calm by Barb Schmidt author, THE PRACTICE
1. Meditation- The first tip I always suggest is meditation. Starting your day in stillness and peace is setting the tone for your whole day. In a five minute meditation you are training your mind by placing your attention on your breath, not engaging the thoughts, practicing being patient, and spending time with yourself, connecting with that deep place of calmness and strength. This time in the morning grounds you as you go into your day with the knowing you are carrying this peace with you. You’ve taken this precious time to be present with your breath; with yourself.
2. Breathe. Give yourself permission to Stop! Even in the most stressful or chaotic situations, I find that if I just take a small step back, close my eyes and focus on my breath, for just a minute, I find peace and relief. Many times we get caught up with the whirlwind of life and forget to breathe! Having this one small tip in your back pocket can bring so much clarity to your life.
3. Stay in the present moment. Do not allow your mind to wander back to what has already transpired or forward to the “what ifs” of the future. Gently bring your mind back to the present, with your breath, an affirmation or your sacred mantra, to what is right now, and tackle any problem you may be experiencing from there. You are in control of your own mind, produce thoughts that are beneficial for your life in this very moment
This show will provoke thought about dating and what determines if we take advantage of others.
"When it comes to money, people have to progress from "Who's going to help me?" and through "I've got to help myself" onto "I've got to help others". It's in helping and serving others through your jobs and businesses that you'll prosper the most, as you're helping others." Sean Hyman.
To give, you first must have. Time, encouragement, things, money - whatever the commodity of the gift, you must first have it to give it - so giving is a POWERFUL place to be. No matter how small the gift, the giver is in that moment richer than the recipient. Giving joyfully magnifies the gift for the giver too.
Knowing that place of need, and recognizing that even in that place, most of us are still better off than the rest of the world. In fact, according to a Forbes.com article, ""the typical person in the bottom 5 percent of the American income distribution is still richer than 68 percent of the world’s inhabitants." For those of you in the bottom 50% of America's standard of living, who wish they were in the top 50%, maybe the answer to moving from handouts is to help others. Zig Zigler says ""You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want."
In a little while, we will start holiday shopping for gifts, so I wanted to bring this show to you now. As you create your shopping budget, include something for the less fortunate.
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