Vinyl Selection Of The Quarter (Q2/20)

Vinyl Selection of The Quarter (Q2/20)

COVID-19 is still our constant companion, but that does not mean we can somehow enjoy the time with the music! Therefore I am pleased to present you further records of my vinyl collection. In the following, you will get to know three old records and a more recent one that I randomly picked out of the vinyl shelf.

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Humankind: A Hopeful History

Humankind: A Hopeful History

Early in March, the London-based worldwide publishing house Bloomsbury Publishing (best known for publishing the Harry Potter series and academic literature) contacted me and asked if I would like to read a proof copy of Rutger Bregman‘s new book “Humankind: A Hopeful History“. Providing a new historical perspective on the last 200,000 years of human history, Bregman shows how believing in human kindness and altruism can be a new way to think – and act as the foundation for achieving true change in our society. I was hooked and immediately told them to send over the copy. Let us dig a bit deeper in the following!

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Vinyl Selection Of The Quarter (Q1/20)

Vinyl Selection of the Quarter (Q1/20)

The new year 2020 with its first quarter just began. Therefore I am pleased to present you further records of my vinyl collection. In the following, you will get to know three old records and a more recent one. If you have missed the last vinyl selection post of 2019, you can find it here. Enjoy the following presentation of the next four records of my collection that are randomly picked out of the vinyl shelf.

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Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life

Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life

In the context of the “Leadership Check Basic” by TTI Success Insights that I did in summer 2016 (read the full story and learn what it is in detail here), I came in contact with interesting literature as recommended readings during the coaching sessions that resulted from the above-mentioned test. One of the books was “Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life” written by American psychologist and mediator Dr Marshall B. Rosenberg, which I have read several times in total and just recently. In the following article, I want to familiarise you with Rosenberg’s book and the concept of nonviolent communication.

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Mindset – Changing The Way You Think To Fulfil Your Potential

Mindset - Changing The Way You Think To Fulfil Your Potential

Months ago, we already talked about researcher and professor at Stanford University Dr Carol Dweck and her excellent speech about developing a growth mindset and the therewith connected researches. We introduced to you the idea of the two different mindsets, the fixed and the growth mindset, in more detail. Today we want to take a look at her actual book “Mindset – Changing The The Way You Think To Fulfil Your Potential” so maybe we can motivate some of you to read it.

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Vinyl Selection Of The Quarter (Q3/19)

Vinyl Selection of The Quarter (Q3/2019)

The third quarter of 2019 just began, and therefore, it was time for me again to browse my vinyl collection and randomly picked three old records and a more recent one to introduce those to you. If you missed the vinyl selection of the 2019’s Q1 or Q2, feel free to have a look at them first. Enjoy the following presentation of the next four records of my vinyl collection.

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Outstanding Music Studios (Vol. 3)

Outstanding Music Studios (Vol. 3)

Volume 3 of the article series “Outstanding Music Studios” is presenting you another four music studios located in the United States, Spain, Italy and Germany. We will give you a brief overview of how they are equipped and links to their websites so you can explore them more in detail. Enjoy!

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Youtube Channel Recommendations for Music Producers & Audio Engineers

Youtube Channel Recommendations for Music Producers & Audio Engineers

Youtube with its infinite pool of videos can help you to stay up-to-date regarding recently released audio hardware or software, can act as an educational platform in the fields of audio production with its tutorial videos as well as insights and tips provided by known industry professionals. The platform’s content masses can be overwhelming, mainly because Youtube does not centralise the content creation, but different content creators are providing you with often great content. In the following, I want to share some youtube channels that are probably interesting and useful for music producers and audio engineers.

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