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Über fünf Millionen Menschen in Deutschland leiden unter Depressionen. Beinahe Jede*r kommt in seinem Leben selbst, im eigenen Umfeld oder durch Popkultur damit in Kontakt. Trotzdem wird wenig über Depression und psychische Gesundheit gesprochen. In "Danke, gut – der Podcast über Pop und Psyche" trifft Miriam Davoudvandi Personen des öffentlichen Lebens, um das zu ändern.
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“Danke, liebes Universum” - Der 10-Minuten Podcast für deine Wunscherfüllung und Manifestation. Der neue Podcast von und mit Anjana Gill, Bestseller-Autorin und Glücks-Expertin. Seit über 25 Jahren beschäftigt sich Anjana mit den Themen Glück, Wunscherfüllung, Manifestation und was alles so möglich ist zwischen Universum und Mensch. Und da ist jede Menge möglich. So viel sei schon mal verraten! Hier bekommst du alltagstaugliche Tipps und Tricks, die die Tür zu deinem Glück wieder öffnen und ...
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‚Hallo.Danke.Ja.‘Das sind die ersten Worte, die man in Deutschland braucht, wenn man einen Neuanfang startet. Herzlich Willkommen! In dem Podcast hören wir die Geschichten, die hinter dem Pflegepersonal aus aller Welt stehen, die einen Neuanfang in Deutschland wagen. Gemeinsam mit ihnen spreche ich, Anna, Deutschlehrerin für die Krankenhäuser der Stiftung der Cellitinnen zur hl. Maria über den Pflegeberuf, Sprache und was es für sie bedeutet, eine neue Kultur zu erleben. Meine Gäste sprechen ...
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Wusstest du, dass auch die Zahl deiner Hausnummer eine Botschaft für dich hat? Diese Botschaft hat möglicherweise einen Einfluss auf dich und dein Wohlbefinden. Super spannend, denn jede Zahl hat eine bestimmte Energie. So auch deine Hausnummer. Wenn du wissen möchtest, welche Botschaft auf dich wartet, solltest du diese Podcast-Episode unbedingt h…
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Fabian Reese ist schon seit seiner Jugend Profisportler. Schon früh drehte sich vieles um Leistung, Bewertung und Verbesserung. Der Stürmer von Hertha BSC erzählt in dieser Folge, wie er mit dem Druck umgeht, der von ihm selbst kommt und was die Erwartungshaltung von Fans, Trainern und Teamkollegen mit ihm macht. Welche Rolle spielt die mentale Ges…
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After nearly 20 years heading Singapore’s government, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is set to step down on May 15. And as part of a long-planned succession, Singapore will be ushering in a new era led by current Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong as our fourth prime minister. So what can we expect from DPM Wong when he takes over the reins of Pri…
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Bayer Leverkusen lifted the Bundesliga title for the first time in their 120-year history breaking Bayern Munich's 11-year stranglehold on the German top flight. Under the leadership of Xabi Alonso, their dominance has been relentless, unbeaten in 43 matches across 3 competitions this season. How has Alonso achieved this in under 18 months at the h…
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The term "corporate ladder" is a conceptualised view of a company's employment hierarchy in which career advancement is considered to follow higher rungs on a ladder with of course upper management positions at the top. Our guest is only 28 years old and has recently been announced as CEO of True Global Ventures. This milestone is a testament to he…
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Singapore shares opened lower today, tracking losses in the US market amid worries over tension and conflict in the Middle East. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) fell 0.9 per cent to 3,186.89 points after 69.5 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have Elite Commercial Reit, after th…
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In today's interconnected world, expanding your company and its offerings internationally can open up a world of opportunities for your business. Going global offers access to new markets, diverse customer bases, and increased revenue potential. However, international expansion is not without its challenges. So how can businesses explore advanced s…
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Using technology to change the way people innovate from concept to commercialisation – that’s what we’re going to talk about today. Founded in Singapore in 2007, our guest is called Patsnap – or the short form for the phrase “patents in a snap”. The company’s products help businesses analyse competitor patents, identify the white space open for inn…
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Iran launched hundreds of attack drones and missiles at Israel late on Saturday, in what officials from Iran described as retaliation for the airstrike on the country's consulate in Syria nearly two weeks ago. Now that the Middle East is on high alert with the threat of open warfare erupting between Iran and Israel, what is the risk of the US being…
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Singapore will have a new prime minister on May 15, with Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong set to take over from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on that day.The date for the handover was announced in a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office on April 15, a key detail in Singapore’s long-planned leadership transition from the third-generation to…
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Richard Wee’s journey from the regional head of a multinational corporation to now a full time BJJ volunteer trainer at Evolve is as unconventional as it gets. Stumbling into the martial arts scene at age 55, he earned his blackbelt aged 67. He now volunteers at Evolve’s FUNFIT programme which looks to support less privileged youths through MMA. In…
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Steak is king. Steak is what other meat wishes it could be. Since its launch in October 2020, ASAP & Co. has established its F&B business as a steakhouse, specialising in the most basic and primitive way to enjoy a quality steak, namely, a mouth-watering combination of award-winning beef that is dry-aged and then smoked to perfection. Isrudy Shaik,…
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Singapore shares opened muted this morning, following data released on economic growth as well as the central bank’s move to stand pat on its monetary policy settings. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) rose 0.04 per cent to 3,228.76 points after 45.2 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch,…
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Generative AI has been shown to boost customer service productivity. In fact, 94% of business leaders surveyed in Deloitte’s State of AI in the Enterprise, 5th Edition, agree that AI is critical to success over the next five years. The question is, how should companies deploy AI to derive the greatest value and create personalised multichannel cust…
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Unsold units at The Residences at W Singapore Sentosa Cove will be up for sale at more than 40 percent off their initial 2010 launch price. Cityview Place Holdings will be releasing 58 units for sale on April 15, with prices starting from $1,648 per square foot. But will this move however result in rapid sales for those vacant units? Is a unit ther…
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What has tempted Singapore's newly retired Olympic champion Joseph Schooling out of retirement? It's the Singapore T100, which returns to Marina Bay for the second year. Tune in as Sam Renouf, CEO of the Professsional Triathletes Organisation, tells us all about what we can expect at the event happening in the hear of the Lion City this weekend! Go…
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Singapore stocks were pulled into negative territory today, tracking a Wall Street retreat after US inflation data topped estimates, dashing hopes for near-term rate cuts by the US Federal Reserve. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) headed down 0.9 per cent to 3,209.41 points, after 92.8 million securities changed hands in the broader ma…
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High cholesterol levels increase the risk of heart disease, which can be managed with exercise and healthy dietary choices. But, for people with familial hypercholesterolemia, a condition which affects 1 in every 200 people, managing the condition is not so straightforward. What is familial hypercholesterolemia, and how can you detect and manage th…
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After years of negotiations, the European Parliament has approved a major reform tightening the EU's migration and asylum rules. This "migration pact" provides for tighter control of migrant arrivals into the EU, and the introduction of a solidarity mechanism between EU member states concerning the distribution of refugees. What exactly is in the t…
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We’re going to bring you an inside look into a local apparel maker turned investment holding firm. Founded in 1951, Sing Lun started as a textile trading firm along Circular Road and has seen its business transform over the decades. For one thing, the firm expanded into apparel manufacturing in 1968 when the second generation owners took over. Over…
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Our guest had a childhood love for sports, which drove him to pursue a degree in physical education and to pick up Jiu Jitsu. However, with family expectations weighing heavy on him, he found himself in law school just two years later. However his heart remained loyal to Jiu Jitsu through it all, despite pursuing a career path that was certainly “m…
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Singapore equities started trading in positive territory today after global markets ended mixed overnight. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) rose 0.3 per cent to 3,224.06 points after 34.7 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have Seatrium and Global Invacom. Both companies today fil…
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All of us know that getting a good night’s rest is essential for physical and mental health, well-being, productivity and overall quality of life. Yet, it remains a dream more than a reality for many in Singapore. According to the 2023 Wellness Survey by OSIM, a staggering 95 percent of respondents suffered from poor sleep quality regardless of how…
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From highlights from US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen six day visit to China to Russia showing interest in being part of China’s Belt and Road plans in Central Asia. Chong Ja Ian, Associate Professor of Political Science, NUS & Non-Resident Scholar, Carnegie China gives us an analysis of those headlines and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
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Manchester United maybe having a season to forget, but maintained their unbeaten run against Liverpool this season. In 3 matches, 2 in the league and 1 in the FA Cup - the Red Devils have denied their arch rivals on all three occasions with Klopp's team only having a solitary point to show for their efforts. Could the latest drop points be the most…
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A decade ago, the influencer marketing arena was limited only to celebrities and a few dedicated bloggers. Now, social media influencers have risen and saturated the market. And while their followings may vary in size, these influencers pack a punch. Sky Lim, Regional Business Director, X10 Media shares more about how the influence marketing scene …
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Singapore stocks were little changed at the opening bell this morning, following mixed results in US and European markets. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) rose 0.03 per cent to 3,219.18 points after 61.3 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have Keppel, after the global asset manag…
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Singapore is leaving other countries in the dust when it comes to cybersecurity preparedness, according to a new government survey. However, according to the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore, companies across 23 industries still had gaps and security breaches despite robust adoption of key cybersecurity measures. So what are the most critical iss…
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United States President Joe Biden will host Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr for a summit in Washington on April 11. The first-of-its-kind gathering by the US and its two Asian allies is part of Biden’s strategy to stitch together existing bilateral alliances into broader “mini-laterals” to amplify …
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Today we’re going to talk about a digital bank that is backed by two of Singapore’s technology and telecommunications powerhouses Grab and Singtel. You might have guessed by now that we’re talking about GXS Bank. Launched in August 2022, GXS was positioned to address the pain points of Singapore’s underserved consumers such as gig economy workers, …
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In today's digital age, the demand for tech talents is skyrocketing, especially in thriving tech hubs like Singapore. However, navigating the hiring process in such a competitive market can be challenging. What are the critical strategies for navigating the tech talent shortage in Singapore? Dinesh Varadharajan, Chief Product Officer, Kissflow weig…
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From chatbots to virtual partners, AI companions are becoming increasingly popular among users seeking connection in an increasingly digital world. And yet, the rise in AI companionship also poses ethical questions and concerns about the impact these apps have on human interaction. Max Giammario, CEO & Co-Founder of MetaPals shares more industry in…
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With the Premier League title race on a knife edge heading into the final stretch, what will set the contenders apart from the pretenders? Well we're in conversation with ex-Gunner Ray Parlour, who is in Singapore for the SCC Soccer 7s, to find out what it takes to cross the finish line and emerge champions! Got a story to tell? Get in touch with u…
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Singapore shares fell at the opening bell this morning despite broader regional gains, tracking overnight losses in the US market. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) shed 0.8 per cent to 3,209.11 points after 62.9 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch today, we have GuocoLand. Its joint ve…
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What you eat defines who you are; it creates your identity. Our guest, at the age of six, arrived in Australia and grew up immersed in the multicultural energy of Sydney. His interest in cooking was inspired by the great international chefs he had studiously read about. And now he has opened Quenino by Victor Liong (QVL) located at Artyzen Singapor…
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Celebrating a milestone 30th edition, the SCC Soccer 7s organized by the Singapore Cricket Club is happening from 5 to 7 March at the Padang. Featuring Premier League legend Ray Parlour & Patrik Berger, the 7-a-side football tournament will see a host of SPL Teams and regional teams in action! So why should you make time to go check it out? We spea…
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Singapore stocks inched up at the opening bell today, following mixed overnight results in US and European markets. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) rose 0.5 per cent to 3,238.13 points after 35.6 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have Cromwell European REIT, after the Reit dives…
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Are you a frequent traveller? Or maybe you are one of those who fancies a last minute trip as and when you feel like it. If you fall under that category, vacation ownership might just be for you! Vacation ownership is a great way to travel how you want. It is the concept of owning a portion of a resort with the right to use the unit or points you o…
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We’re going to talk Mexican today as we speak to the master franchisee of one of the world’s fastest growing fast food chains, Guzman Y Gomez, here in Singapore. While the brand sells Mexican food, it was actually founded by two New Yorkers who were in Australia back in 2006! The duo were missing Mexican cuisine they grew up with in the US, and hen…
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Dir ist das bestimmt auch schon mal passiert: eine andere Person, ein Kollege, ein Freund, eine Freundin oder ein Familienmitglied hat dich schlecht behandelt und sogar verletzt. Vielleicht hat die Person sogar Dinge über dich erzählt, die überhaupt nicht wahr sind. Doch gibt es da etwas, wie Du dich schützen kannst? Ja, aber hallo. Wie du dich sel…
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Singapore has recently been abuzz with a certain pop star (Taylor Swift). With more and more international performers flying into our city, how is the island living up to its full entertainment potential? What draws these performers to specific venues and what does a “dream concert venue” look like for both entertainment artists and attendees, now …
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From an alleged ‘spy’ in Malaysia to Indonesia’s new capital Nusantara to Thailand moving closer to legalising same-sex marriage. Adib Zalkapli, Independent Political Analyst gives us an analysis of those headlines and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.MONEY FM 89.3
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As the dust settles on Joseph Schooling's retirement announcement, we explore the legacy he leaves behind. How pivotal was his parents support in his successes? Will the lows of a drug scandal tarnish the highs of being Singapore's first and only Olympic champion? And will we ever see another Schooling? Former Singapore fencer Nicholas Fang weighs …
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Singapore stocks opened weaker today following overnight losses on Wall Street, as Tesla and healthcare stocks weighed on the indexes. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) headed down 0.7 per cent to 3,224.2 points after 61.3 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have Dyna-Mac, after the…
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More state-owned buildings in Singapore will be converted to co-living spaces, to meet the rising demand for such housing here. With that said, the Champions Way Residences heritage property at 26 Evans Road will soon have a new name and a new purpose. It will be called “The Initial Sama”, a co-living space managed by Cover Projects, a hospitality …
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Singapore stocks traded muted this morning, tracking the US market’s subdued performance. In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) was flat, rising just 0.02 point to 3,234.91 points after 80.6 million securities changed hands in the broader market. In terms of companies to watch, we have Isetan Singapore. It’s the hot stock of the day after n…
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Cybersecurity has been a big theme for companies over the last few years, especially with the rise in AI and prevalence of hybrid work. But how ready are Singapore companies when it comes to this front? What more can Singapore companies do in their fight against cyber criminals? Peter Molloy, Managing Director, Security, APJC, Cisco explains. See o…
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Giving used tech-devices a new lease of life while reducing the amount of e-waste that ends up in landfills. That’s what we are going to talk about today. Founded in 2019, Reebelo is one of the world’s leading marketplaces for refurbished tech devices and lifestyle products like smartphones, laptops and PCs as well as smartwatches. It enables consu…
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Former Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou is visiting China to help build social and cultural links on a trip that might include a meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping despite heightened tensions. What will Ma achieve during his visit to China? Is this a chance to 'promote peace' as tensions fester between Beijing and Taiwan? Dr. Oh Ei Sun, Senior …
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Joseph Schooling announced his retirement aged just 28. Why, why now and what next for Singapore’s first and only Olympic champion? We speak to the man himself soon after he announced his decision to call it quits. READ MORE: https://www.straitstimes.com/sport/joseph-schooling-it-s-my-turn-to-be-a-normal-guy Got a story to tell? Get in touch with u…
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