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Welcome to Books Without Borders, the podcast where two people in different hemispheres come together to discuss their favourite things: books! From Contemporary to Classic, Fantasy to Realism, YA to Dark Horror, Fiction to Non-Fiction, Nina’s and Emma’s reading tastes are wide and varied. And we have thoughts. Lots of thoughts. Whether you’re here for book reviews, reading motivation, movie adaptation discussions, or just the soothing book chat vibes, there’s something for everyone here at ...
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What does it take to really create change–the kind that helps us work together as human beings for one another and for the planet? We believe the change we all wish to see in the world first needs to happen within. In this podcast, Kristen Vandivier and Isabel Keoseyan ­– co-founders of Meditation Without Borders – and their guests share laughs, stories and insights into the movement of meditation for social change. Read more about us and sign up our newsletter here: https://www.meditationwi ...
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Welcome to Business Beyond Borders, a bilingual podcast that explores the importance of international experiences in today’s working world. This podcast is brought to you by Bluente, the world’s first business language learning app for professionals by professionals. We aim to connect professionals across the globe, one conversation at a time. Join us as we engage with senior leaders from various industries ranging from legal to finance and many more, who will share insider tips for navigati ...
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Borderscapes
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Borderscapes

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Borderscapes is exploring perspectives on physical and conceptual borders through stories In the meantime, have a listen to Season 2 on our streaming services and we can't wait to bring you all new topics in May 2022.
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Each week we bring together a broad roster of technology luminaries, business and thought leaders from a wide range of software companies and startups. Each guest will have their time in the spotlight during a fun, casual interview session with the hosts Kimberly Lantis and America Guerrero, who are often joined by other folks at Encora as co-hosts. dojo.live is a lively, informative, informal and fun conversation and is the perfect way to get to know and learn from the community’s movers an ...
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Migration is a complex phenomenon – for individuals, it is a personal journey that can result in struggle or triumph depending on life circumstances; and for countries, it can be an economic driver, or a source of social tension or even conflict. Host Maggie Perzyna, a researcher with the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration program at Toronto Metropolitan University, explores the complexity of migration with the help of leading academics and professionals working wi ...
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The purpose of this podcast is to share all the learning, best practices, useful and practical ideas to help you make sense of your life so you can help others including younger generations make sense of their own. The goal is to keep it simple and practical in the end and distill it down to easily memorable and executable steps to be mindful and to respond instead of react. Don't let your past sabotage your future. We hope this can be one of the tools to remind you to regulate and keep pers ...
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A podcast about how to live the good life through Stoicism, personal development, and cultural exploration. Host Sarah Mikutel is an American expat in England who's here to help you make the most of your brief time on Earth. Memento mori. It’s time to make every moment matter.
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Atlanta WRFG 89.3 - Beyond Borders show incorporates content relevant to Native American, Latino, Caribbean and African perspectives. Beyond Borders' mission is to take a critical analysis of US Foreign Policy and its effects on the people of Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as how to address how US Foreign Policy affects people of color in the United States. BB airs every Saturday from 5-7pm EST on 89.3FM in Atlanta and streams online www.wrfg.org.
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Connecting Borders - The Podcast is part of the Connecting Borders Project which is brought by #IAMPEACE (a youth-led, South Sudanese national organisation) . Connecting Borders is a project that aims to breach the existing gaps between people, entities, nationalities and backgrounds. We discuss a wide range of topics that are relevant to our community with an aim to breach gaps and promote development.
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Welcome to Breaking Borders, which has now moved in where the old Bollocks Report used to live. Like it's predecessor "Breaking Bollocks", this podcast is presented by Firebolt & The Orbiter, otherwise known as Breaking Dad Official. If you don't know what that is, shame on you - go search for it now! Here we take our silly drinking humour and apply it to some extremely interesting stuff, learning all about different countries and cultures - very important in today's increasingly xenophobic ...
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This is GDPR Beyond Borders, a short-run series where we bring you conversations live from an international forum on GDPR. This forum featured panels and presentations from leading thinkers and practitioners in data privacy and designed specifically for an American B2B marketing audience.
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Beyond Our Borders
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Beyond Our Borders is a series of conversations with Atlantic Canadians who are impacting the world. Your story has made an impression on us as well as our communities within and outside our borders. We are looking for personal stories —your journey to prosperity and impact; inspiration; highly practical tools; tactics and strategies that can help our listeners create a life of positive impact—personally and professionally.
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Disability Crosses Borders is a home for the stories where disability, migration and culture meet. Hosted by disabled migrant Áine Kelly-Costello, it centres the lived experience of disabled people as we move between places and cultures. DCB doesn't shy away from conversations about the systemic change needed to truly value disabled lives and dignity. Join us! Find summaries and transcripts at disabilitycrossesborders.com.
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Orders Beyond Borders

WZB Berlin Social Science Center, bringing you conversations with leading scholars on Global Governance and International Relations.

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The Orders Beyond Borders podcast series seeks to provide a platform for established and emerging researchers in International Relations, Global Governance, and Comparative Politics. Tune in for interviews, commentary, reading tips and research insights relating to all things global.
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Crime Beyond Borders
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Crime Beyond Borders

Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime/Journal of Illicit Economies and Development

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Crime Beyond Borders is a podcast series that delves into the cutting-edge research found in the Journal of Illicit Economies and Development. JIED is an open source, peer-reviewed, electronic journal funded by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime.
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The mission of Wealth Without Borders Podcast is to provide a wealth of advice to Expats, whether financial, educational, or business-related. We were founded in Shanghai and in China 8 is a lucky number. “8 squared” is even better! We deliver one piece of valuable international advice using “8 questions in 8 minutes." http://www.wealthwithoutborders.net/podcast
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The world has been a witness to one of the deadliest conflicts in recent memory this fall with the Isreali/Palestinian conflict, and so many of us are feeling an urgency to help with no clear direction as to how. In this episode, we interview our colleagues, David Lahav and Emily McCarthy, two Vedic Meditation teachers based in Colorado who have re…
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In this episode, we sit down with Steven Yeo, a senior leader in international business expansion and founder of his own consulting firm, Yang & Co. With a wealth of experience and a background in angel investing and advising startups, Steven shares valuable insights into his journey and approach to mentoring executives. Prior to founding his own f…
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A fanatical lover of cricket as both a player and journalist Jenny is embarking on a tour this year to more than 50 countries where she will join local teams, playing, coaching and mentoring female cricketers and then write a book about her experience. Along the way she is fundraising for the LBW Trust who believe that everybody deserves an educati…
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Welcome to Books Without Borders, the podcast where two people in different hemispheres come together to discuss their favourite things: books!In this episode, Nina’s made more books, Emma’s had her wisdom tooth removed, and we have a lot of catching up to do.Send us an email! BooksWithoutBordersPod@gmail.com—————————————————Books mentioned in this…
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Travel can be restorative, fun, and, in my opinion, it’s the greatest form of diplomacy there is. Because we get to know people as individuals rather than stereotypes. We develop deeper connections as true citizens of the world. We experience life. Yet travel and trading countries is not a magic pill for happiness. There is no perfect place, and wh…
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Should I Stay or Should I Go - Conquering Indecision in Matters of the Heart This episode discusses relationship ambivalence and navigating the decision to stay in or leave a romantic relationship. Rachid defines relationship ambivalence as having conflicting emotions about the relationship. He lists some common factors that can contribute to ambiv…
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In contrast to the late Desmond Tutu's hopeful aspirations for the "rainbow nation" and his efforts to champion human rights, post-apartheid South Africa has been marked by xenophobic violence, adding insecurities for both citizens and foreign nationals. In this episode, host Maggie Perzyna asks why xenophobia has become so entrenched across the po…
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How can the hospitality industry improve direct sales results without compromised margins and compete with OTA giants? Marcelo Bicudo, founder and CEO of Travel Cash. Our discussion revolves around the direct booking strategy dilemma, specifically focusing on the choice between cashback and discounts for hotels. Marcelo shares his background in the…
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Covers of The Dreaming and Destiny comics written by Alisa Kwitney / excerpt from Die Bubbeh by Sharon Rudahl / cover of Jewish Women in Comics / Art in progress by Sarah Lightman Jewish Women in Comics: In a special episode looking at the work of Jewish Women in Comics, Alex Fitch talks to Sarah Lightman, one of the editors of a new book with that…
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Clockwise from top left: Alpine Rescue menu screen, Share Squid software logo, stills from Alpine Rescue, Chris Romero in a Vectrex T-shirt, games by Future Vector, Ben ‘Rasmasynth’ Past, Present, and Future Vectrexes: In a Clear Spot looking at the Past, Present and Future of the Vectrex Arcade Console, Alex Fitch talks to a couple of programmers …
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In this episode of Business Beyond Borders, we are joined by Sean Ahn, an investment officer at IFC, the private sector investment arm of the World Bank Group. With over a decade of experience, Sean has led remarkable transactions across Asia Pacific and beyond, covering diverse asset classes such as equity, mezzanine, distressed, corporate, and pr…
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In this episode of our podcast, we are joined by Kennedy Chen, a partner at Harry Elias specialising in corporate and finance law. Kennedy specialises in M&A, venture capital, equity and debt capital markets, is recognised as one of Singapore’s Most Influential Lawyers Aged 40 and Under by the Singapore Business Review, and is recognised by the Int…
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Cracking the Focus Code: Stay on Target and Win the Day This episode was about teaching oneself and others how to get and stay focused. It provided tips and strategies like creating a distraction-free environment, setting clear goals, practicing mindfulness, prioritizing health through sleep, diet, and exercise, practicing gratitude, and more. Rach…
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Sarah Elliot is a former Victorian and Australian player who also played WBBL cricket with the Adelaide Strikers. Sarah has played an integral role in the development of Cricket Without Borders and has provided outstanding support for all of the players who have undertaken tours with CWOB including some who have gone on to higher honours be it in P…
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Welcome to Books Without Borders, the podcast where two people in different hemispheres come together to discuss their favourite things: books!In this episode, Nina’s living her best live in Japan, Emma’s got a huge birthday haul, and we discuss several reflective reads, among others.Send us an email! BooksWithoutBordersPod@gmail.com———————————————…
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Covers of The Dreaming and Destiny comics written by Alisa Kwitney / excerpt from Die Bubbeh by Sharon Rudahl / cover of Jewish Women in Comics / Art in progress by Sarah Lightman Jewish Women in Comics: In a special episode looking at the work of Jewish Women in Comics, Alex Fitch talks to Sarah Lightman, one of the editors of a new book with that…
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In this episode, we have the pleasure of speaking with Lynette Chew, partner at CMS Singapore and director of CMS Holborn Asia. With over 25 years of experience, Lynette handles complex domestic and cross-border disputes as lead counsel in Singapore Courts and institutional arbitrations. Lynette has advised on notable projects such as the construct…
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The Darién Gap, also dubbed as “Hell on Earth”, has become a leading transit point for migrants in search of work and safety in North America since authorities have cracked down on other routes by air and sea. In this episode, host Maggie Perzyna investigates how global migration regimes push migrants to risk their lives for a chance at a better li…
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Our intentions don’t always line up with our outcomes, and misunderstandings lead to anger, sadness, frustration, and conflict. In this episode, I’ll talk about intent vs impact, which is more important, and how to effectively and ethically communicate your intentions. Of course, I’ll be weaving in the timeless wisdom of the Stoics. Hi, I’m Sarah M…
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We’re taught from when we are little to be ambitious in order to achieve what we want, but what if what we want is to strive for something that is already within us, enlightenment? In a teaching that expounds not looking to the future for happiness, where does something like ambition fit into such a philosophy? And is enlightenment envy a thing? In…
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How to travel with just a backpack and connect with the local community? Madison Rifkin is the Founder and CEO of Mount where she is on a mission to change the way we travel. She encourages travelers to go with just a backpack and rent everything they need in destination from locals. She’s rooted in the Short Term Rental Industry where she’s won th…
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How can no-code make it easier for people to create and drive more innovation? We had an interview with Josh Haas, co-CEO of Bubble, a no-code platform. Josh talks about his background in technology, the mission of Bubble to empower non-technical individuals to build software without code, and the platform’s focus on general-purpose building for we…
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In this episode of Business Beyond Borders, we had the privilege of interviewing Siew Kum Hong, a seasoned professional whose journey spans across diverse landscapes, with impactful roles at prominent organisations such as Rajah and Tann, Yahoo, Airbnb and more. Starting as a lawyer at R&T, he quickly transitioned to an in-house legal counsel, cont…
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Harnessing the 'Wandering Nerve' for Stress Relief, Emotional Balance, and Optimal Health This podcast episode provided an overview of the vagus nerve, which is the longest cranial nerve that extends from the base of the brain down through the neck and into the abdomen. Rachid discussed how the vagus nerve plays a vital role in regulating stress re…
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The inaugural coach of CWOB who instantly appealed to Clare as a coach for young women. Stephen is a hugely respected person within Victorian cricket and particularly in western Victoria where he has been a huge influence on the development of young cricketers both male and female and in recent years has played a key role with the Geelong Cricket C…
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Clockwise from top left: Alpine Rescue menu screen, Share Squid software logo, stills from Alpine Rescue, Chris Romero in a Vectrex T-shirt, games by Future Vector, Ben ‘Rasmasynth’ Past, Present, and Future Vectrexes: In a Clear Spot looking at the Past, Present and Future of the Vectrex Arcade Console, Alex Fitch talks to a couple of programmers …
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A discussion with Clare, the Founder and Chair of CWOB around her motivation for the establishment of Cricket Without Borders and her vision for the organisation and players invited to become involved with CWOB. Links: Cricket Without Borders websiteتوسط Ken Jacobs
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Welcome to Books Without Borders, the podcast where two people in different hemispheres come together to discuss their favourite things: books!In this episode, Nina’s had her first book making class, Emma’s started taking CBD oil, and we have a discussion about Yellowface.Send us an email! BooksWithoutBordersPod@gmail.com—————————————————Books ment…
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In this episode, we are joined by Jason Tay, Head of Business Development and Government Relations at M-DAQ Global. In these roles, Jason spearheads senior C-level dialogues, as well as dialogues with local, state, and legislative bodies as well as government agencies to cultivate essential relationships with key stakeholders, propelling the compan…
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Top Reasons People Struggle with Body Image and the Keys to a Confident You In this episode, Rachid explores the common causes of body dissatisfaction and provides strategies like self-compassion, limiting comparisons, setting realistic goals, and redefining beauty standards. He provides strategies for cultivating a more positive relationship with …
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Every year, hundreds of thousands of migrants from Central America and Mexico make their way to the US border, fleeing violence, environmental destruction, persecution, and displacement. Many of these migrants are from indigenous groups. In the first episode of Season 2, host Maggie Perzyna explores the historical roots of this migration, and how t…
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In our latest episode of Business Beyond Borders, we sit down with Emilia Chen, founder of Polygon Search, a global FinTech headhunting firm focused on fintech recruitment, with more than 400,000 candidates across Asia and the US. Prior to founding her own firm, Emilia was a senior consultant at Michael Page, where she successfully developed new bu…
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In Season 2 of Borders & Belonging, host Maggie Perzyna continues her mission to shed light on the voices and stories often overlooked. She takes listeners on a world tour, asking questions like “what fuels xenophobia in South Africa? Is Japan becoming a migration state? And “how is technology changing the places where people work and the countries…
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Introvert Emergency Kit Click here if you're ready to become a less anxious, more charismatic public speaker. When it comes to public speaking, what exactly are you afraid of? Most people I talk to don’t explore their fears at all – and this makes them worse. The thought of public speaking brings up such uncomfortable feelings that they try to igno…
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Detaching from Toxic Influences: Recognizing and Letting Go of Harmful Relationships and Habits This episode discusses detaching from toxic influences and people that are harmful to one's well-being or personal growth. It explores recognizing toxic influences like negative relationships, unhealthy habits, limiting beliefs, and social media comparis…
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Transformers, Venom and The Ultimates art by Bryan Hittch / Ivanka Hahnenberger at Bologna comics fair / covers of graphic novels translated by Ivanka Transformers And Translators: In the first of this year’s autumn series of Panel Borders, Alex Fitch talks to Bryan Hitch, a comics artist renowned for his work on Transformers and super-hero titles,…
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Transformers, Venom and The Ultimates art by Bryan Hittch / Ivanka Hahnenberger at Bologna comics fair / covers of graphic novels translated by Ivanka Transformers And Translators: In the first of this year’s autumn series of Panel Borders, Alex Fitch talks to Bryan Hitch, a comics artist renowned for his work on Transformers and super-hero titles,…
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In this episode of Business Beyond Borders, we explore the world of international arbitration with our guest, Jennifer Lim, a renowned arbitration lawyer and a partner at Sidley Austin. Jennifer represents clients in investor-state and commercial arbitrations, with her expertise spanning multiple jurisdictions and arbitration rules, including ICSID…
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Welcome to Books Without Borders, the podcast where two people in different hemispheres come together to discuss their favourite things: books!In this episode, Nina’s had some seriously interesting adventures, Emma’s got a lot of reading done, and we have a lot to catch up on.Send us an email! BooksWithoutBordersPod@gmail.com—————————————————Books …
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Mastering Your Mind: How to Banish Unwanted Thoughts and "Could Have Should Have" Scenarios This podcast episode discusses strategies to banish unwanted thoughts, especially "could have, should have" scenarios that involve replaying past mistakes. Rachid talks about mindfulness meditation, cognitive behavioral therapy, journaling, and visualization…
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In this episode, we look at the future of Blackness from another lens - how it can be trapped in the rhythmic call and response with whiteness. Nigel Richard chats to Nigerian writer, Bayo Akomolafe. They explore these patterns of race-making and ways of reimagining Black experiences. Bayo Akomolafe wears many hats- a post-humanist thinker, philoso…
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In this episode, we sit down with Luis Borja, an Ecuadorian attorney-at-law with extensive experience in corporate, commercial, and information technology regulations, as well as China policies. He is currently a Partner at H&W Law Firms Group in Shanghai and an Associate at DeltaLegal Law Firm in Quito. Luis has a strong background in Hispanic-Chi…
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Want to come to Bulgaria with me? For real. My friend Zlatina (who's also today's guest) and I are bringing a small group here for an authentic Balkan experience in May. This is not some naff bus tour. We're inviting a max of 10 world travelers to join us to explore Bulgaria's hidden gems (as well as its most culturally significant sites). Get on t…
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In this episode, we sit down with Jimmy Ong, a senior business leader with over 20 years of experience. Throughout his diverse career, Jimmy has held roles in technical consulting, sales development, and strategic planning, leading teams of more than 50 and driving business of US$5 billion in emerging and developed markets. Today, Jimmy is the Busi…
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Fit for Resilience: Unlock Your Resilience Potential with Everyday Physical Activity This podcast episode discusses the connection between physical activity and resilience. We talk about how exercise can help reduce stress, improve mental health, boost confidence, and enhance cognitive function, all of which contribute to greater resilience. Some p…
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