TEDxMaastricht – Simon Sinek – “First why and then trust”

TEDxMaastricht – Simon Sinek – “First why and then trust”

Translator: Rik Delaet Reviewer: Diba Szamosi Thank you. Thank you very much. What I love about events like these is that it is not just people coming together to hear ideas. It’s that we all came here for the same reason. Every single one of us came here because we share something, we have similar […]

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Classroom Management | Week 1, Day 3

Classroom Management | Week 1, Day 3

[Papers Shuffling] [Students talking and laughing loudly] Mr. Hester: This looks great. Now I want to see inside… Is that at a quince? No. Are you quince? No. This looks good. Take one of each, and silently start your launch. Hi Lisbeth. Uh oh. [Students talking] Mr. H: Hi. How are you? Good. [Students talk, […]

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IS HACKER GIRL PZ4 JOINING PROJECT ZORGO AGAIN? (SPEAKING ONLY VIETNAMESE FOR 24 HOURS Challenge)

IS HACKER GIRL PZ4 JOINING PROJECT ZORGO AGAIN? (SPEAKING ONLY VIETNAMESE FOR 24 HOURS Challenge)

maybe there’s something in her backpack that’ll wake her up Hot Cheetos I think this will do the trick I don’t know what’s happening I think she’s speaking a different language I think I should call Chad maybe he knows what’s up with her do you have a phone dings I uh Madeline and I’m […]

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Jane Birkin on Soul Sisters Podcast I Billboard

Jane Birkin on Soul Sisters Podcast I Billboard

– Jane, thanks for coming on the show. (laughs) – That’s alright, thank you. – It’s an honor and a pleasure. (“Je T’aime” by Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin) I was sitting on my couch yesterday thinking of what we could talk to you about today, and I realized that above me I have a […]

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8children from ‘Superman’ learn manners from a scary teacher[The Return of Superman / 2017.10.15]

8children from ‘Superman’ learn manners from a scary teacher[The Return of Superman / 2017.10.15]

It’s a wonderful autumn day, and the families have gathered at a village school. What will unfold here this time? The cat is sitting. It’s so cute. (The kids are excited, unaware of what’s ahead.) There are three or four. (There is no point.) (This might be paradise.) Why is there such a commotion outside? […]

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How to travel the world with almost no money | Tomislav Perko | TEDxTUHH

How to travel the world with almost no money | Tomislav Perko | TEDxTUHH

Translator: Herald Park Reviewer: Nguyen Nguyen The Hey Hey guys, I’m Tom from Croatia, and for the last couple of years, the world has been my home. I travelled, I hitchhiked in cars, trucks, horses, motorcycles, boats. I drove in buses, trains, rickshaws. I worked all kinds of jobs, spent time with locals, I volunteered, […]

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Comedy Movies ♥ REPOS ♥ MASTER P

Comedy Movies ♥ REPOS ♥ MASTER P

lot do be my for you 5 so Lord got nowhere of yes babe might have know what I was thinking come to mama baby I’m really happy we did you walk a little baby year he lost many good hair bow thus as a elephant to come back home at the way he did […]

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From life to death, beyond and back | Thomas Fleischmann | TEDxTUHHSalon

From life to death, beyond and back | Thomas Fleischmann | TEDxTUHHSalon

Translator: 陳 俊 Reviewer: Nadine Hennig Ladies and gentleman, I see dead people. What may be a punch line from the film, the movie, “The Sixth Sense” for you, is dire reality for me. As an emergency physician, I took care of thousands of people when they approached the line between life and death. Many […]

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10 SCHOOL HACKS You Wish You Already Knew

10 SCHOOL HACKS You Wish You Already Knew

Sherlock Sam’s almost solved the “Case of missing candies”. Only the last hidden candy’s left to find. Hidden by an evil mastermind Suriarty. Most likely the candy’s where I won’t look. Among the vegetables! Tada! Here they are, my precious. Suriarty’s defeated! Suriarty? That’s new. But the candy has been found! How do you do […]

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Cultural difference in business | Valerie Hoeks | TEDxHaarlem

Cultural difference in business | Valerie Hoeks | TEDxHaarlem

Translator: Cecile Brevet Reviewer: Christine Frey (Chime) It all started in the year 2000 I was 17 years old and I walked with my backpack through unpaved alleys in the outskirts of Beijing. I saw men cycling. with entire closets and fridges on the back I saw little kids running around half naked playing football, […]

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