Ein einzigartiges ticket, wo würden sie gehen?

Auf der Suche nach Inspiration, wohin Sie als nächstes reisen sollen? Sind Sie bereit, Ihre Gedanken an Orte zu lenken, an die Sie nie gedacht haben?
Unser begeisterter Reisender, Podcast-Moderator Steven Shalowitz, erkundet mit seinen Gästen, wohin sie gehen würden, wenn sie ein One-Way-Ticket bekämen (kein Zurück!).
Ziele können in der Vergangenheit, Gegenwart, Zukunft, real, imaginär oder im Geisteszustand sein. Du wirst überrascht sein!
EP 213: Senator Joe Lieberman
Now Senior Counsel at the law firm of Kasowitz, Benson, Torres LLP in New York, Joseph I. Lieberman was for 24 years a member of the U.S. Senate from Connecticut. At the end of his service in January 2013, he was Chairman of the Homeland Security...
On this episode, Senator Lieberman shares his one way ticket to the day after the corona virus pandemic ends. The Senator also covers his work on the bi-partisan commission on bio defense which he co-chairs with former Homeland Security Secretary, Tom Ridge; comments on the far left turn of the democratic party, and shares what he thinks the rest of the world should know about the United States today.
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EP 212: Head of CAA’s Miami Office - Bruno del Granado
Bruno del Granado is an Agent at leading entertainment and sports agency Creative Artists Agency (CAA), and represents many of the most accomplished musicians working in Latin music, including Ricky Martin, Maluma, Gloria Estefan, and Luis Fonsi,...
On this episode, Bruno del Granado, shares his one way ticket back to 1492 Spain, and offers the reasons why. He also provides perspective on Latin music and the industry today.
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EP 211: Israel's First Bedouin Diplomat - Ishmael Khaldi
Ishmael Khaldi was born in Khawaled, a village near Haifa. He is the third of eleven children. He lived in a Bedouin tent until the age of eight. He walked four miles (6 km) round trip to attend school and tended flocks of sheep. He said his family's...
Ishmael Khaldi shares his two options for one way ticket journeys – one to the Bedouin lifestyle of his grandparents, the other to New York City. He also talks about the life of a diplomat, the life of the Bedouin community in Israel, and the fascinating country that is Eritrea where he will soon be serving as Israel's Ambassador.
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