What are some life changing podcasts
The power of silence - Podcast # 99 with star conductor Franz Welser-Möst
He has seen the whole world, experienced a lot and his career as a conductor has given him star status. In his private life, however, he likes it very quiet. He reveals why in the podcast with Daniela Zeller.
How micronutrients influence (female) health - Podcast # 98 with pharmacist Irmi Pötschger
The pharmacist from Graz takes us into the fabulous universe of micronutrients. In the podcast she explains why iron deficiency is a woman's business, how to prevent urinary tract infections and why micronutrients have a strong influence on beautiful, healthy skin.
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Every thing has to have a fixed place - Podcast # 97 with clean-up coach Desiree Schweiger
How do I create order in my four walls at home? Why do I have five packs of cinnamon in the spice cabinet, please? Is there a right way to tidy up the closet? And what really helps against moths? Desiree - our expert for order - gives the answers in the podcast.
Why the stony paths are often the most beautiful - Podcast # 96 with professional soccer player Viktoria Schnaderbeck
The captain of the Austrian women's national football team will meet with tea time and live broadcast from London. How we can learn to realize our dreams, Viki reveals in the podcast.
The hope for a cure is legitimate - Podcast # 95 Wings-For-Life-CEO Anita Gerhardter
Do something good all the time - in this podcast you will find out how to do it. A special about the Wings for Life World Run 2021 with Anita Gerhardter.
What you can take with you from a year of Work & Travel! - Podcast # 94 with travel reporter Waltraud Hable
Our carpe diem Travel author shows you how to follow your dreams and do your thing. In the podcast she reveals what she learned on her trip from the hippies in Hawaii to the house where she died in Calcutta.
Always focus on the positive - Podcast # 93 with museum director Danielle Spera
What can we learn from Jewish culture for a good life? And how do you, as a working mother, combine children and a job? Danielle Spera gives the answers in this podcast.
The seven golden rules for the perfect day - Podcast # 92 with nutrition coach Patric Heizmann
The German bestselling author and fitness expert reveals how we can make a big impact with small steps and send the weaker self into dog school.
What you eat becomes part of you - Podcast # 91 with Slow Food Ambassador Barbara van Melle
What exactly is slow food? And why should we pay much more attention to eating more consciously? Barbara van Melle gives the answers in this podcast.
How we reduce stress through mindfulness exercises - Podcast # 90 with meditation researcher Dr. Britta Hölzel
The well-known neuroscientist and head of the Institute for Mindfulness and Meditation in Munich reveals how we can find peace and balance through simple exercises.
Everything about the wonderful menopause - Podcast # 89 with gynecologist Dr. Sheila de Liz
The well-known German gynecologist does away with an old myth in the podcast - because a woman's life is particularly worth living during the menopause and offers many new opportunities.
Why our intestines really have charm - Podcast # 88 with nutritionist Dr. Eva-Maria Steinkellner
Everything you always wanted to know about the intestine but never dared to ask (from constipation to perfect bowel movements) - the intestinal expert reveals to you in this podcast.
How you can produce fair fashion - Podcast # 87 with lifestyle blogger Anna-Laura Kummer
The Austrian influencer from the very beginning founded her own fashion label and moved to Berlin. In the podcast Anna-Laura Kummer explains how one can approach the fashion world in a sustainable manner and why women are also allowed to propose marriage.
How to learn baby language - Podcast # 86 with midwife Katharina Wallner
She has one of the greatest jobs in the world and knows exactly what babies want. In the podcast, Katharina gives practical tips and tricks for the first year of life - from the right place of birth to breastfeeding.
Which colors suit me? - Podcast # 85 with style advisor Gabriele Albeseder
Is there the perfect outfit for me? Which colors make me shine? Which colors do I feel comfortable with? In the podcast, Gabriele Albeseder explains how we can find our style.
When is fashion sustainable? - Podcast # 84 with fashion designer Sabinna Rachimova
The fashion designer from Vienna - who made it onto the “30 under 30” list in Forbes magazine - works on her collections from London. In the podcast with host Holger Potye, the two of them investigate the question of whether sustainable clothing shopping is even possible and they discuss how one can produce as environmentally conscious as possible these days.
Why we can move more than we think - Podcast # 83 with “Breakfast with me” host Claudia Stöckl
Every weekend the popular radio presenter invites you to "breakfast with me". For the carpe diem podcast, host Daniela Zeller turned the tables and invited Claudia over for the last podcast of 2020.
How we find meaning in life - Christmas podcast # 82 with climbing friends Klaus Haselböck and Michael Holzer
The book authors and climbers Klaus Haselböck and Michael Holzer embark on a search for clues in the podcast with Holger Potye. We learn how we can find meaning in life with the help of Viktor Frankl's teachings and the magic of the mountains.
Which home remedies really work - Podcast # 81 with doctor and presenter Christine Reiler
The former "Miss Austria" is now a doctor and presenter. She has written a book in which the knowledge of the old generation is passed on to the young. In the podcast, she chats about tried and tested home remedies for young and old.
How to Deal with Defeat - Podcast # 80 with Actress Caroline Peters
The popular German actress, who has chosen Vienna as her adopted home, chats in the podcast with Holger Potye about the right way to deal with missed opportunities, the small cultural differences between Austria and Germany and how to deal with aging in an acting profession in a healthy way.
How we can improve the communication between doctor and patient - Podcast # 79 with Dr. Yael Adler
In a podcast with Daniela Zeller, the dermatologist and bestselling author reveals how doctor and patient can improve relationships and meet on an equal footing. Because trusting conversations are sometimes life-saving, especially here.
How to orientate yourself to the seasons when cooking - Podcast # 78 with food blogger Melanie Zechmeister
This carpe diem podcast is all about the topics of “slow food” and mindfulness when eating - this time from beautiful Burgenland with “Das Mundwerk” blogger Melanie.
How we promote talent in children - Podcast # 77 with University Professor Dr. Markus Hengstschläger
In a podcast with Daniela Zeller, the geneticist reveals which framework conditions and measures help to develop talents - and which things stand in our way.
Why dogs are good for us humans - Podcast # 76 with behavioral scientist Prof. Kurt Kotrschal
The renowned biologist and behavioral scientist provides inspiration for the coexistence of humans and dogs. And it explains why pets are good for our development and health.
How we leave the world a bit better than we enter it - Podcast # 75 with “Rebel Meat” founder Philipp Stangl
The startup “Rebel Meat” shows how we can reduce meat consumption to a healthy level and reduce the CO2 footprint without completely giving up meat. Philipp Daniela Zeller reveals exactly how this works in our podcast.
How we make peace with the past - Podcast # 74 with motivational speaker Gabi Wimmler
The Salzburg motivational speaker reveals in the podcast how we can overcome fears and be open to changes.
The basics of healthy eating - Podcast # 73 with “Kochsalon” blogger Martina Hohenlohe
The Gault Millau Austria publisher reveals to Daniela Zeller in a podcast how you can lead your children a little bit more to healthy eating and chats about what it's like to be a mom again at the age of 47.
How to grow rice sustainably in Austria - Podcast # 72 with "ÖsterReis" founder Gregor Neumeyer
The farmer from Gerasdorf makes rice cultivation socially acceptable in Austria and reveals in the podcast why local rice cultivation is not only possible, but also more sustainable and healthier for the customer.
How to Relax in the Spotlight - Podcast # 71 with conductor Nazanin Aghakhani
The Viennese with Persian roots is used to asserting herself on stage and asserting herself in a male-dominated world. In the podcast, she reveals how to survive in front of a large audience through breathing technique and mental exercises.
How we learn to dream consciously - Podcast # 70 with sleep coach Dr. Brigitte Holzinger
Austria's best-known expert on dreams studied psychology at Stanford and is the director of the Institute for Consciousness and Dream Research. In the podcast we go with her on a journey into the realm of dreams, find out what helps against nightmares and how we learn to consciously influence a dream.
How to make good out of bad - Podcast # 69 with ex-Chief Rabbi Paul Chaim Eisenberg
Its Hebrew name "Chaim" means life. The former chief rabbi tells anecdotes from this - and takes the opportunity to make a plea for building bridges between people, nations and religions.
How diet influences the female cycle - Podcast # 68 with female balance expert Lisa Müller
The “Active Food” cook, female balance expert and “LM Matcha” founder explains how women can relieve menstrual problems through conscious nutrition - and she lets us in on the secrets of Matcha tea.
How Intermittent Fasting Works - Podcast # 67 with Dr. Johannes Huber
The doctor and theologian is affectionately known in specialist circles as the “hormone pope” because nobody can fool him in the realm of hormones. In the podcast he explains why intermittent fasting is good for us.
What we learn from Pippi Longstocking for life - Podcast # 66 with happiness trainer Katharina Mühl
The mental trainer and happiness officer swears by Pippi Longstocking, knows all potential happiness killers and reveals in the podcast how we can get into the happiness cycle.
How do I deal with a narcissist? - Podcast # 65 with psychiatrist Pablo Hagemeyer
Narcissism - a kind of excessive self-love - is a common phenomenon in our society in times of social media and influencers. In the podcast we learn how to recognize narcissists and what to do when you have a narcissist as a partner.
Why ants and bees are the best teachers - Podcast # 64 with organic winemaker Marcus Gruze
The biodynamic farmer from Carinthia relies entirely on cultivation without chemical or technical aids for his products. Circular economy is the magic word.
Why love has no expiration date - Podcast # 63 with TV voice Chris Lohner
She is a living legend of TV entertainment and beautifies the train journeys of the ÖBB with her voice. The TV lady opens her heart to us in the podcast.
Podcast # 62 with the philosopher Rebekka Reinhard: How do I find my talent?
The TEDx lecturer and author explains to us why we should look at every day like our first, how we can recognize our talent and why happiness is sometimes so complicated.
How to draw strength from being alone - Podcast # 61 with cabaret artist Nina Hartmann
The bustling Mimin from Tyrol philosophizes about the positive aspects of single life and the most important do's and don'ts when it comes to data.
Podcast # 60: Natural garden expert Petra Hirner on climate change in the garden
Why are old trees essential for our climate? Why rather plant native plants? How can I prepare my garden for climate change? Plus: a Tinder course for herbs!
Why uncertainty is important - Podcast # 59 with actress Ursula Strauss
The 5-time Romy Prize winner sings the praises of insecurity because she opens the gates to places where sometimes wonderful things are hidden.
Podcast # 58: Vanlife expert Aline Bock on sustainable camping with a motorhome
How do I not leave a footprint? How about the waste separation? And where are the most beautiful camper sites in Austria? The former freeride world champion should know - because she traveled the world with her van for a year.
Why aging is an illusion - Podcast # 57 with neurologist Michael Lehofer
In an interview with podcast host Daniela Zeller, the university professor reveals why some people in their mid-30s seem old, while many 80-year-olds have retained their youthfulness and agility and shows the important role friendships play in the process of aging.
How you can change your life through conscious eating - Podcast # 56 with veggie star chef Paul Ivić
For the Austrian star chef, good food has a lot to do with appreciation and security. And he is certain: "Eating is the easiest way to change your life." You can find out how to do it on the podcast.
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