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Tech & Science : "After sport I have my head"-Paul Philipp Hermann from the Event Inc Group

Inquest hears Tasmania Police officer Paul Reynolds was facing child exploitation claims before suicide

  Inquest hears Tasmania Police officer Paul Reynolds was facing child exploitation claims before suicide A senior Tasmanian police officer who was part of the response to the Port Arthur massacre and the Beaconsfield Mine collapse was facing serious child exploitation allegations before his death, an inquest hears.Senior Sergeant Paul Reynolds was 54 when he died by suicide in September 2018 in Parkham in Tasmania's north.

in the "5 things without which I cannot work" we ask web workers what you cannot do without. As a guest today: Paul Philipp Hermann from the Event Inc Group.

Heute zu Gast: Paul Philipp Hermann. © Event Inc Group as a guest today: Paul Philipp Hermann. Paul Philipp Hermann is CEO of the Event Inc Group, a digital platform for the booking and management of company events of all kinds. Before joining the event tech company, the doctor of law was a consultant at BCG and co-founder of the Rocket -Internet ventures Lamudi. In the "5 things without which I cannot work" series he reveals what he needs in everyday work to be motivated. [Crosslinks IDS = "1404193, 1346008, 1289630"] 5 things without which I cannot work: Paul Philipp Hermann from the Event Inc Group All-in-One backpack: I live in Berlin and work in Hamburg, I commute a lot. In addition to my BahnCard 100, I need my all-in-one backpack. It contains my laptop and other working materials, but also sports witness and clothing. Since the backpack is cleverly divided, things never come into the enclosure and I really only need this one luggage. Very convenient. barbell and swimming trunks: I prefer to use both in the morning before work. Then my day starts on a good energy level. With the crossfit with the barbell, I can really work out in a short time. Alternatively, I also like to go swimming, for me it is almost like a kind of meditation: complex enough that you don't start thinking about a thousand things - such as jogging or cycling - but at the same time monotonous enough to relax mentally. After sport, I have my head free to think through topics. notebook and whiteboard: Many of the best ideas are spontaneously and you lose them just as spontaneously if you don't write them down immediately. For this I use my little black notebook. All old school, with real paper. I get talks in meetings or listed ideas between the door and fishing rod. This works better for me than with a tablet or cell phone. A whiteboard is essential for every office. In the team you have to paint the ideas and processes that you are talking about. Often you only notice when you record that you have forgotten something or not everyone is on the same stand. A whiteboard is the perfect tool for this. In addition, meetings become much more dynamic once everyone gets up to write to the whiteboard. Water: Two liters of water a day should be drinked, it is said. For me there are regular more. Especially when I work intensively, a fresh water glass - no matter how often it is refilled - is usually empty within 90 seconds. Without these large amounts of water, I don't seem to work so well. My team: Last, but definitely not least - nothing works without my team! I noticed this, especially in difficult times: While large parts of the event industry have been in trouble since the spring 2020, we were able to get the foundation for comprehensive M&A activities at Event Inc through progressive crisis management and fundraising-a kind of "escape to the front"- and have taken over three terrific companies since then. Together we can now continue the organic and inorganic growth course as an event Inc Group. Our team spirit is a huge asset and for example, I also enjoy becoming a challened by my team members. More successful in the job: These apps help with career [Articlegallery id = "26"]

Normal People's Daisy Edgar-Jones reunites with co-star Paul Mescal .
The actress, 24, commanded attention in a plunging black velvet suit which was adorned with jewels. The swanky BIFA award ceremony honoured the best in independent movie making over the last year © Provided by Daily Mail Sensational: Daisy Edgar-Jones, 24,  looked sensational at the British Independent Film Awards © Provided by Daily Mail Reunited: She was joined by co-star Paul Mescal, 26 Her stylish look boasted a tailored jacket with shoulder pads, as well as a pair of wide-legged trousers.

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