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Idol.com.vn là một trang thông tin chuyên giới thiệu về các tiểu sử thông tin ca sĩ, người nổi tiếng. Với mục đích là sẽ đem lại những thông tin hữu ích , giá trị nhất cho người đọc. 0912345678 - đia chi: 196 Bà Hạt, quận 10, TP.HCM
 
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What the Job

University of Alberta Alumni Association

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What the Job? is an advice podcast on all things jobs. Listen to University of Alberta alumni talk about their career paths and learn tips from the Career Centre on everything from networking to resume writing. WTJ is proudly sponsored by our affinity partner TD Insurance.
 
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Legacy Of Music

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Ella Leyers (BE) en Willie Wartaal (NL) zijn bezeten door popmuziek. Samen duiken ze dag op dag in de kalender van de muziekgeschiedenis. Wie was er jarig op 42 maart? Welk nummer stond er op #1 toen de Tamagotchi uitkwam? En welke artiest heeft de meeste gitaarsolo’s onderbroken tijdens de zomer van 2018. Volg de podcast en krijg elke werkdag je portie pop!
 
There are many elements in our life that affect our well-being and there are many different ways that we can explore it. One avenue to optimal self-care is having open, honest conversations about what it means to be well. Navigate love and relationships, purpose and meaning, mental health and wellness, success and failure, and all of those things that make us human with Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen on This Might Get Uncomfortable. With a combined 25 plus years of professional experienc ...
 
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Excessive use of social media is dangerous. But why do teens keep on spending too much time scrolling down through Facebook, posting photos on Instagram, or escaping reality through TikTok? They consciously know that it wouldn’t help them in the long run, but they keep doing it. In this episode, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen dive deep into soc…
 
Societal standards and career pressure have convinced today's millennials that going after money and being a “boss” is the definition of success. In reality, there's no one right way to go about figuring out your career. It's important to know that whatever career path you pursue is your choice to make. Joining Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen in…
 
How prepared can you be when traveling? In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel discuss statistics and stories of travelers gone missing. Whitney shares with Jason how she went to Grand Teton a few days before Gabby Petito was reported missing in the area. It's interesting to be somewhere where something mysterious happens because you f…
 
In today’s changing world, life gives us a dose of challenges and tough situations. With that, it’s important to learn how to build up your resilience and experience internal satisfaction. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen sit down for a conversation with Katy Dolle about techniques to achieve that. Katy is an actress, filmmaker, and podcaster who…
 
Swearing can make people uncomfortable. However, using epithets and curses do have their place, as a means of emotional release, and swearing, according to science, has several positive effects. In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel explore the place of swearing in our culture and language. They also discuss authenticity, the intersec…
 
Your core essence is never wrong. You just have to find the right container to fit you. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen's guest today is Mike Iamele, a Purpose + Brand Strategist. He helps hundreds of celebrities, influencers, entrepreneurs, and more tap into their purpose and discover their brand. Mike discusses with Jason and Whitney that your…
 
Do you have to prove your worthiness? No. No one else can define your worth. But you need to establish a framework of value for yourself. If you don't, you will leave it to other people to establish their perception of your value. In this episode, Jason Wrobel & Whitney Lauritsen discuss why measuring someone's value based on their social metrics i…
 
Society's standards and expectations are so entangled in our beliefs and upbringing that almost everyone is programmed in a single way. Therefore, making unconventional choices usually results in raised eyebrows and puzzling comments. But sometimes, going against the flow can reveal one's happiness. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with heal…
 
Is being your own boss worth the stress? Entrepreneurs often have to put up with longer work hours, and sometimes unbelievable levels of stress. Is the mental health challenge of being an entrepreneur worth it? In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel discuss mental stability, freelance work and how this can affect your life. They talk m…
 
You don't truly understand a concept if you can't teach it to a 12-year old kid. It's important to teach children about coding because these young minds bring fresh solutions to the community. The show's guests today are Srini & Usha Gowrishetty, the yin-yang couple behind Bitsy Bytesy, an excellent platform for teaching kids to code by developing …
 
With the rise of social media, toxic positivity is slowly turning into a worrying trend. It is when someone uses a famous quote without really understanding the context of the quote. They use it because of that herd mentality. They don't make their own decisions. They see what is popular, and they follow. People need to be more in touch with themse…
 
How does one process trauma and grief? How can one person rise above the trauma of 9/11? In this episode, Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel sit down and have a heartfelt discussion with author, entrepreneur, and chocolatier, Kushal Choksi. Kushal talks about his experiences dealing with the loss and grief of 9/11 and the resilience of the human so…
 
Nisha Patel, ‘15 BCom, is an award-winning Indo-Canadian poet, artist, and public speaker as well as the former Poet Laureate for the City of Edmonton BUT her career almost took her on a very different path. Listen in to find out how Nisha learned to trust her gut and made the life-altering decision to pursue her passion. This episode of WTJ was re…
 
With the many challenges we face daily, you may think that emotional numbness is the best response to pain. It isn’t. In this episode, we talk about better ways to cope. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen sit down and talk about emotions and how we suppress these, often to our own detriment. We hear about how emotions affect our lifespan, media’s e…
 
Feeling at home within yourself is a lifelong journey. It’s not easy to get there but once you do, it’s very comforting. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen’s guest in this episode is Amber Fortier, the Founder of Embody Me. Amber is passionate about helping women embody the best versions of themselves so they can live the life they always dreamed o…
 
With social media and influencer culture, it's easy to think that everyone is constantly on the grind and that you should be keeping up. Hustle culture seems more like an evolved form of peer pressure that results in rest shame and, eventually, burnout. In this episode, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen confront how the millennial concept of hustl…
 
Social media has made it so easy for anyone to be viral. With apps like TikTok, there is so much content that it's hard to find the good ones. Everyone thinks they can be a star, but if you're doing what you're doing for fame instead of the art, then it's going to be difficult to succeed. People need to have the motivation to understand that not ev…
 
Climate change has been an ongoing crisis for the world until now. Coupled with the fact that we’re still in a pandemic and have many human rights issues, many of us might be overwhelmed and drained. Where do we go from here? We know we can make a difference, but sometimes, we choose the easier road because it’s more convenient. Join your hosts Jas…
 
The pandemic has caused much disarray in the lives of many. But aside from physical and financial damage, the psychological and emotional toll it’s taken on everybody might be the one that impairs us in the long term. Join Whitney Lauritsen and Jason Wrobel as they dive deep and dissect the impact of COVID anxiety in their personal lives. They give…
 
People can have many hang-ups when it comes to intimacy and sex. But you can have the sex you want, as long as you’re open and willing to explore with your partner. In this episode, we tackle sexual intimacy and the joy of connection as our hosts, Jason Wrobel & Whitney Lauritsen, sit down for a chat with Susan Bratton, a renowned intimacy expert. …
 
Simulation theory is the theory that we are all living in a simulation. There is a higher being that is controlling us like "The Sims" and we have no control of our ethics and free will. What if we are living in a multiverse? What if the matrix is real? Famous great minds like Stephen Hawking and Neil deGrasse Tyson mostly believe in it. Join your …
 
Trigger warning: this episode addresses sudden death and suicide ideation. Preparing your last will is one of the best things you can do for the loved ones you’ll leave behind. That’s why you need to be proactive about end-of-life planning. In this episode, Jason Wrobel & Whitney Lauritsen discuss how sudden death can be. If you don’t plan ahead wi…
 
Do you feel content with your money? If not, then maybe you should evaluate budgets based on your why. When you align your money to your values, that’s where you feel peace. This episode’s guest is Jesse Mecham, the Founder of You Need A Budget. Jesse discusses with Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen how the toughest part of money management is fig…
 
To regret or not to regret? The best thing you can do right now is to be kind to yourself. In this episode, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk about their past mistakes. Is it worth it to beat yourself up because of past decisions? In the end, pain and suffering can be wonderful teachers. You may not have made the best choices, but as long as …
 
Right now, there is this huge debate among people to either take the COVID-19 vaccine or not. Some people refuse to protect themselves and their loved ones because of their egos. They think that it's limiting their freedom in some way. Then there are those people who genuinely believe that it's too risky to take the vaccine at this moment. Whether …
 
Finding your identity as an artist in the contemporary music scene is a unique challenge that none of our predecessors had experienced before. Before, artists had a deeper connection with the music they were making. The barriers to entry in music have gone way down since social media became a dominant cultural phenomenon, making it easier for artis…
 
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