Eintracht: Die Rückkehr der Viererkette! Mit Christopher Michel, Leon & Salma | Ebbelwoi und Cola #4
Ebbelwoi & Cola - Der Eintracht-Podcast
In der vierten Ausgabe von #EbbelwoiundCola gibt es einiges zu besprechen: Schießbude #Eintracht Frankfurt? Sieben Tore in zwei Spielen gegen den SV Mannheim und Borussia Dortmund sind einfach zu viel! Wieso so viele Tore fielen und was dagegen helfen könnte bespricht Oli mit Sport 1 Eintracht-Reporter Christopher Michel, Salma und Leon. Zudem gibt Christopher ein Update zu den aktuellen Transfergerüchten der #SGE und ordnet sie ein. Seid also gespannt, was er zu Younes, Vinicius, Paciencia oder Thuram zu sagen hat. Zum Schluss geben alle Vier ihre Tipps für das Spiel gegen Augsburg ab. Dir hat diese Episode gefallen? Dann lass doch eine Bewertung da und schreibe deine Meinung in die Kommentare. Wenn ihr keine Folge mehr verpassen wollt? Abonniert den Kanal und den Podcast! Ebbelwoi und Cola - Der #Eintracht-Podcast: Oli spricht mit Expert*innen aus dem Sportjournalismus und der Fanszene über die aktuellen Themen von Eintracht Frankfurt. Ebbelwoi & Cola gibt es auch auf überall, wo es Podcasts gibt: https://anchor.fm/ebbelwoiundcola Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5ADgsSc... Oli: YT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChvG... IG: https://www.instagram.com/dergudeadler/ TW: https://twitter.com/DerGudeAdler/ - Christopher: TW: https://twitter.com/CMoffiziell IG: https://www.instagram.com/christopher_michel_official/ - Salma: TW: https://twitter.com/@salmaelmes IG: https://www.instagram.com/salmaelmes/ - Leon: TW: https://twitter.com/MNZLeon . . Weitere Inhalte zu Eintracht Frankfurt findest du auf Oli's YouTube Kanal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChvG... Auf meinem Kanal findest du alles, was man als Eintracht-Fan wissen muss! Hol dir hier die neusten News rund um den Verein, die Mannschaft oder Transfers ab. Sei bei Talks mit Fans und Expert*innen anderer Vereine dabei, höre die neuste “Ebbelwoi und Cola”-Ausgabe, informier dich über die anstehenden Spiele, tausche in den Kommentaren mit anderen Adlerträger*innen deine Meinung aus oder verfolge zusammen mit mir die Spiele der Eintracht! Unterstütze den Kanal für mehr Content rund um die Eintracht mit deinem like, bimmel die Glocke und joine uns Adlerträger*innen mit einem kostenlosen Abo!
What can we learn about creativity from taking pictures with an analog camera? - Christopher Michel
I sit down with Christopher Michel to talk about photography, creativity, stress of talking to strangers, taking pictures all over the world, the cultural complexity of taking pictures of strangers in different countries and a lot more. Follow Chris here: https://twitter.com/chrismichel
Stories from the Edges of Earth with Photojournalist Christopher Michel
The Darkroom Podcast
In this episode of The Darkroom Podcast we spoke with legendary photojournalist and entrepreneur Christopher Michel. Chris has a knack for the extreme, traveling and documenting places like the North & South Poles, Everest, and even the edge of space. We get to the root of how Chris views motivation, pushing to motivate himself and others through purpose rather than financial incentives. After 7 years of active duty in the Navy and 16 years of service, Chris developed a deep understanding of the problems facing many of our service members. This lead him to found Affinity Labs and Military.com, which aim to provide social and financial benefits to groups like firefighters, nurses, policemen and those in the military. After not picking up a camera until after his military career, Chris is making up for lost time and believes that memories are the true currency of our lives. His most recent project called New Heroes, in partnership with Leica, highlights 30 scientists in emerging fields. By telling the stories of these scientists who have dedicated their lives to solving the incredibly difficult challenges that threaten our existence, Chris is changing the narrative on who we define as our heroes. From traveling 70,000 feet above the Earth in a U2 spy plane to bringing back stories from the edge of Earth, this episode is for anyone with a thirst for adventure.
Episode 97: Christopher Michel / Photographer / Entrepreneur
On this episode of the podcast we are joined by Christopher Michel to hear about how he went from being a naval flight officer, to working at the Pentagon, to Harvard business school, to creating multiple companies in the tech world, to his current life as a world traveling photographer documenting some of the harshest conditions on the planet and working with everyone from leading publications to research teams along the way. As we learn on the show, it's hard to pinpoint where Christopher grew up. He moved around a lot as a kid and, because of that, always felt like an outsider in the new towns he found himself in. However, it would be that outsider's spirit and the desire to stay on the move that would end up serving him well in his most recent manifestation of work and passion. He would first find himself moving through multiple careers, finding both success and failure in the high stakes world of tech entrepreneurship, but finally he would decide that his true goal was to continue to travel the world and become a photographer with something to say, and the right tools to say it with. It's a goal that so many creative people have in life. To walk away from a career that doesn't bring them fulfillment and chase their passions and their dreams. And on this episode we dive into what that looked like for Christopher. During our conversion we talk about the steps he took to walk away from what seemed to be a financially rewarding path and go after a passion project instead, the mentors he's had along the way, giving back to the photography world by teaching and speaking, and the advice he gives to others chasing a similar creative dream. To Learn More About Christopher Michel Visit: https://www.christophermichel.com And Follow On Instagram At: https://www.instagram.com/chris_michel/ To Learn More About Visual Revolutionary Visit: http://www.visualrevolutionary.com And Follow On Instagram At: https://www.instagram.com/visualrevolutionary/
He is a former Naval officer, a Harvard Business School graduate, an entrepreneur and Venture Capitalist and now...an incredible photographer. Christopher Michel stops by to chat about his new career in photography and the inspiring path that led him there.
Chris Michel, the founder of Military.com and Affinity Labs, is a well-known entrepreneur and investor. He is also an accomplished photographer and someone whom I call my photography guru. He is one of the quiet success stories in Silicon Valley, and his journey is chock-a-block of lessons. Michel sits on the boards of Dale Carnegie, Catchlight, Kixeye, and 3D Robotics. His photos have appeared in the National Geographic, the Smithsonian, the New York Times, the BBC, Outside Magazine and others. His "Flying Emperor" photograph was the 2nd place finisher in the 2014 Wikipedia Picture of the Year. We share a love for Leica and its beautiful lenses and often go out to make photos. After months of arm-twisting, I finally convinced Chris to sit down and tell me his story — his journey in life, his time in the U.S. Navy, his move to Silicon Valley and why he loves photography. We dig deeper into the meaning of life, accomplishment and how to reframe ourselves in a world that is framed by false proxies of success — money and fame. There is so much I learned about him during this conversation, even though we meet for coffee every two weeks. I was moved to tears, and so inspired by our tête-à-tête. Have a listen --you will be glad you did.
DisrupTV Episode 56: Christopher Michel, Dion Hinchcliffe, Larry Dignan
This week on DisrupTV, we interviewed Chris Michel, Entrepreneur, Investor & Photographer, Dion Hinchcliffe, VP & principal analyst at Constellation Research, and Larry Dignan, Editor in Chief at ZDNet. DisrupTV is a weekly Web series with hosts R “Ray” Wang and Vala Afshar. The show airs live at 11:00 a.m. PT/ 2:00 p.m. ET every Friday. Brought to you by Constellation Executive Network: constellationr.com/CEN.