Episode 78: Peter Schmitz's Adventures in Theatre History
The Theatre History Podcast
How do we recover and retell the stories of theatrical performance from ages past? That's a question that Peter Schmitz is exploring with his podcast Adventures in Theater History: Philadelphia, which delves into the theatrical past of one of America's most important centers of performance.
The Relevance of TNGOs with Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken, George Mitchell, and Hans Peter Schmitz Jun 13
The Common Good Hour
This week, we welcome Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken, George Mitchell, and Hans Peter Schmitz to talk about their book, Between Power and Irrelevance: The Future of Transnational NGOs. We talk about how the “architecture” of the sector - or how nonprofits are set up and function - may in fact get in the way of bringing about the change nonprofits seek. We also discuss inherent challenges in the sector including the tension between advocacy and direct services as well as themes across the sector related to leadership and organizational culture. The episode closes with a conversation on the cars of the 80s, with the Volvo station wagon getting a lot of love!
Host Warren Wandling takes you behind the scenes to get to know a variety of leaders and the keys to their success. Discover how leaders overcome their obstacles in order to achieve success. In this episode, Warren introduces you to Peter Schmitz. Episode 69 – Side Hustle with Peter Schmitz. Peter is the owner of Parallel Business […] The post Side Hustle with Peter Schmitz appeared first on Warren Wandling.
On this week's episode of Next Level Minds I had the opportunity to sit down with Peter Schmitz, the Owner of Parallel Business Coaching. Peter has been in the side hustle game for 6+ years. He was able to build out his first venture to 120K in revenue in undergrad and now focuses on coaching aspiring side hustlers to get going in the world of entrepreneurship while maintaining a career. We chat about the importance of starting a side hustle, how to find an idea, how to get started, and much more! Peter's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-g-schmitz/
Dan Richardson, Peter Schmitz, Dave Succamore: Lacrosse Classified, Ep. 54
Lacrosse All Stars Network
On this week's edition of Lacrosse Classified, we wrap up our Stampede Tack team previews with the Vancouver Warriors and speak with the general manager of the team, Dan Richardson. Richardson, who was the long time general manager of the New Westminster Salmonbellies of the Western Lacrosse Association is working to rebuild a team that lacked depth and draft picks when he arrived. We speak to him about the rebuilding efforts, the battle for the starting goaltending spot on the team, the move to Friday home games in Vancouver and his recent signing of Paul Bissonette to a try-out contract.Then we come full circle on Lacrosse Classified once again by having two guests on Season 2, Ep. 2 that we had on Season 1, Ep. 1, Peter Schmitz and Dave Succamore from the Professional Lacrosse Players Association. When we last had these two gentlemen on the program, there was significant doubt as to whether there would be a 2018-19 NLL season and we spoke with them for almost 50 minutes about what the issues with the CBA were. We are once again talking CBA with them as we are just 11 months away from the timeline for either the PLPA or the NLL giving notice that they want to exit from the current CBA to take effect in October/November 2021. They share some news on that front, as well as talk about the future growth of the game, what it will take to make players full time athletes, progress on workers compensation for players in Canada and improvements needed for the safety of the game.We also introduce a new segment, Under Review, where we answer a listener's question, and this week we are asked, how many teams should the NLL cap the expansion movement at for now. Also, Jake loses another bet that will see him punished at a Rush game, the CLA has a new president and other news and notes.As always a big thank you to our partners, the Vancouver Warriors, Pure Vita Labs, Associated Labels and Packaging and Stampede Tack. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jacob has an insightful conversation with Peter Schmitz about side hustles, getting out of debt, and mentorship. This interview is jam packed with inspiring insights.Side HustlesYou can build side-hustles in parallel with your career. This is a great way to diversify your skills and income. Side hustles can be an outlet for creativity and passion when your 9 to 5 isn’t fulfilling.They can be a low risk way to build a business. Your 9 to 5 can provide the income to pay your bills, while your side hustle builds. Side hustles aren’t for everyone. You need to find out what works best for you.Some people will thrive in a normal career. Others need a career and side hustle, and others need to jump in with two feet into an entrepreneurial venture. Getting out of $30K+ of student loan debtPeter’s course: Live Debt Free & Live Your Dreams: Student Loan Guide.When you leave college, continue to live frugally.Be conscious about your income and expenses. Prioritize getting out of debt.Mentorship & RelationshipsOWN the relationship when you’re a mentee. Make sure you’re cultivating the relationship. Mentors are incredibly important. Instead of coming up with an idea, focus on who you can learn from. You can pay for a life coach, or you can find a way to build something together where you’re both financially invested. What does Success Mean to you?Being able to provide for a family. Having control over my life. Being able to continually work and grow. Health, Spirituality, Relationships, Business and Income Streams.It’s about the journey! Embrace the private victories.Follow PeterLinkedInYouTubeGetting out of debt courseFollow Jacob:WebsiteLinkedInTwitter: @jacob_m_harmonFollow Kalob:LinkedInFollow SuccessQuest:WebsiteBlogFacebookLinkedInTwitter: @MySuccessQuestListen & SubscribeApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsOvercastSpotifyWe’d love to hear from you!Have some feedback about the show? Feel free to reach out to us at podcast@MySuccessQuest.com. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or your favorite app to help more people discover the show!
Gregor Peter Schmitz über Tageszeitungen im Jahr 2019
Wie geht es weiter mit Tageszeitungen in Deutschland? Der Chefredakteur der "Augsburger Allgemeinen", Gregor Peter Schmitz, zeigt sich zuversichtlich. Allerdings: Dass Zeitungen sich wandeln müssen und die Erkenntnis, dass das bisherige Geschäftsmodell nicht ewig trägt, sind für ihn die Voraussetzungen für einen erfolgreichen Wandel.Folge direkt herunterladen