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https://www.youtube.com/embed/xnKaOL2IBPY Translator, Nada, Shahin Auditor, Riyad Almubarak On a personal level. This is a photo of me taken almost at the time when my grandmother was diagnosed With heart disease in its final stages and sent home to die. She has already performed several open heart operations. All possible surgeries have been exhausted. She became tied with a wheelchair and suffered from severe chest pain. Her life ended at the age of sixty five, But at that time I heard about this young man, Nathan Bertkin One of the first pioneers of lifestyle medicine. What happened next is detailed in Brettkin’s autobiography. My grandmother was one of those on the cusp of death, Francis Grager, my grandmother got in a wheelchair. Mrs Greger suffers from heart disease, angina and lameness. Her condition was very poor. She cannot walk without feeling severe pain in her chest and feet. However, within three…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/xnKaOL2IBPY Translator: Nada Shahin Auditor: Riyad Almubarak On a personal level, This is a photo of me, taken almost at the time when my grandmother was diagnosed With heart disease in its final stages and sent home to die She has already performed several open-heart operations, All possible surgeries have been exhausted She became tied with a wheelchair and suffered from severe chest pain Her life ended at the age of sixty-five But at that time I heard about this young man, "Nathan Bertkin" One of the first pioneers of "lifestyle" medicine What happened next is detailed in Brettkin's autobiography My grandmother was one of those on the cusp of death Francis Grager – my grandmother – got in a wheelchair Mrs. Greger suffers from heart disease, angina and lameness Her condition was very poor She cannot walk without feeling severe pain in her chest and feet However, within three…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/rkKDvGA2UU0 Translator: sann tint Reviewer: Myo Aung When was the last time a letter was written? How would you feel if you had received this letter in the mail this morning? What will this mean for you? Well, according to Royal Mail The volume of textbooks has dropped by a third over the past decade It fell 4% last year. More packages than mail. So it’s called ‘global shipping’. This means that you can put something in the mailbox That’s where the UK goes somewhere else at this price. But how long will we stay here? So what I want to do is to commemorate the manuscript and refresh it. This is the future that we want to shape and the way we want to shape it. 1915 On August 16th Flo wrote to Sergeant Jones. He is one of my son’s principal teachers. ‘This letter reminds us of the…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/PBYdBJyuzvE Translator: Maurício Kakuei Tanaka Reviewer: Leonardo Silva Good evening. My name is Pietro Boselli. And… I’m an engineer, and a model. So, you know, this is my life. It’s been like both of them. Some of my colleagues in academia think that I’ve completely lost my mind, but this is what I do. In the course of my life, I focused on three things mainly. One is academia, my engineering studies, and my PhD. Fitness is another big thing in my life. You know, I’m a fitness model, and a fashion model. So fashion is another big thing.Despite the diversity, I managed to survive pretty well, I think. From my life experience, I could definitely support the thesis that there exists an interdisciplinary approach to life, that anything that you learn from one instance can add value to something apparently distant. For example, I could argue that the confidence…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/3__CcskNkDs Diet Sehat – Cara sehat tanpa diet Saya memulai diet pertama saya ketika saya berumur sebelas tahun, kelas enam. Saya tidak kelebihan berat badan atau apa pun yang dekat dengan itu, tapi saya datang ke dapur sebelum sekolah suatu pagi, dan ibu saya membuat sendiri milkshake cokelat untuk sarapan. Jika Anda ingat umur sebelas, Anda bisa membayangkan betapa hebatnya itu terdengar. Ketika dia mengatakan kepada saya bahwa itu adalah shake diet yang seharusnya membantunya menurunkan berat badan, saya pikir itu lebih baik. Meskipun saya masih anak-anak, saya sudah cukup menginternalisasi budaya supermodel awal tahun 90-an untuk mengetahui bahwa menjadi kurus adalah hal yang baik. Ibu saya setuju untuk membagikan SlimFast dengan saya, dan 15 tahun kemudian, saya masih berjuang setiap hari untuk bahagia dengan makanan dan dengan diri saya sendiri. Selama waktu itu, saya mencoba setiap diet yang melintasi jalan saya. Di sekolah menengah, saya tidak akan menyentuh makanan jika…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/nj2c5mKGTtQ Translator: Valérie ESPANET Reviewer: Zsófia Herczeg Imagine for a moment that you’re miserable at work, and you’re thinking about quitting. But you’re really good at your job. Colleagues come to you when they need help, clients praise you. You have a supportive manager, and you may even be paid really well. Would you walk away from that? Now, I know what you’re thinking. Why would someone walk away from what sounds like a dream job? But I know that I have. And at first, I actually used to be so guilty and feel so ashamed for feeling so miserable and wanting to leave. But the more that I shared my story, the more I realized that I was not alone. Because it turns out that great people quit good jobs all of the time.The real question is: Why? There’s a saying in American business that people do not quit…

Traductrice: Carolina Parodi Rédactrice: Denise RQ salut! Pardon. Cela doit coïncider avec l’image. Bien. Dois-je le mettre? Oui … Ça y est! Dix ans après avoir obtenu mon diplôme d’ingénieur en mécanique, J’ai commencé à m’intéresser à un autre type de connaissances J’appelle la connaissance interfonctionnelle ou la connaissance latérale. Je crois que la façon la plus simple de décrire ce type de connaissances est en fait par ce qu’ils ne sont pas plutôt que ce qu’ils sont. Et des connaissances particulièrement transversales sont des choses qui ne sont pas liées à notre éducation formelle, non? C’est l’opposé direct de la spécialisation ou de l’expertise dans la connaissance que l’on possède. Donc, c’est une connaissance interfonctionnelle est la source de la pensée créative ou comme on l’appelle de nos jours, le développement nécessaire à l’intelligence créative. Comme je l’ai dit, en même temps, j’ai commencé à étudier ces deux domaines,…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/NZXJ7zh3PJM Traducteur: eric vautier Relecteur: Morgane Quilfen Bonjour. Je vous dis bonjour mais en fait, je ne sais pas qui vous êtes. D’ailleurs je meurs d’envie de vous le demander à chacun d’entre vous, mais vous êtes 900, alors ça prendrait un peu de temps. Vous ne seriez peut-être pas à l’aise de dire qui vous êtes devant 900 personnes. Mais bon, imaginez, imaginons, que je sois seul avec chacun d’entre vous. Tranquille, on va dire, on est en tête à tête, peut-être, je ne sais pas, dans un restaurant au bord de l’eau, un peu plus loin, et je vous pose la question : « Qui êtes-vous ? » Franchement, qu’est-ce que vous pourriez me répondre ? Vous allez peut-être me donner votre nom. « Je suis Jean Dupont ou Isabelle Durant. » OK. Vos parents auraient pu choisir un autre prénom ou vous transmettre un autre nom, auriez-vous…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/W3P3rT0j2gQ Reviewer: Morgane Quilfen (dramatic music) (audience applauds) – Hi, I’m Lynne Franklin. I have one question for you. How would you like to be a mind reader? – [Woman] Yes. – ‘Cause part of me is thinking, “I bet your mind’s thinking, ‘That’s not gonna happen.'” Here’s the truth. People’s brains process information, they think, in three different ways. And their body language will tell you all day long what their primary style is.You just need to know what to look for and what to do when you see it. And it’s not one of those where she’s leaning back, her arms are crossed, she’s frowning, so she must be unhappy. It’s actually understanding how their brains work and then presenting your information in a way that people can see it, hear it, and feel it and increase the chances that they’ll say yes to whatever you’re proposing and…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/bGBamfWasNQ Translator: Irina Lutsenko Reviewer: Ellen Maloney Speech writing must be one of the weirdest jobs in the world. No matter how carefully the words have been prepared, you are never quite sure how they are gonna be delivered. Yesterday, I was in London, and I was watching one of my clients, who is a big Australian businessman, deliver a speech that I'd written for him. I'd written for him this passage, kind of with Winston Churchill in mind, about how we've got to fight for our future, fight to protect our position, fight our competitors. And I'd forgotten about the Australian accent. And I watched from the back of the room with horror as I saw him go, "We've got to 'fart' for our future, 'fart' to protect our position, and I'll tell you what, folks, when I wake up every morning, there is one thing I know for…