Season 2, Episode 1: In a Hotter World - The Thar desert is an unforgiving landscape with temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celsius. The struggle to survive in Thar is a testament to the resilience of the people and wildlife, forced to endure in a hotter world. VRW-011
Episode 2 of skillup is also a hand on workshop where you will further use power BI's business analytical tools to analyze data and how to share insights with the team.
Show Me How series brings you, Zentangle Art, with Sharmin! All you need is A4 paper and some pens. Presented by AKYSB UK Youth Club Network.
Join host Noor Al Kassir for the fourth instalment of The Ismaili Update: Aga Khan Awards, an Ismaili TV special giving viewers an insight into this week's events taking place in Muscat, the Sultanate of Oman. Episode four includes highlights from the Aga Khan Award for Architecture awards ceremony, in which His Highness Sayyid Theyazin bin Haitam Al Said, Crown Prince of Oman and Princess Zahra Aga Khan presented the certificates to the 2022 winners.
Join host Noor Al Kassir for the third installment of The Ismaili Update: Aga Khan Awards, an Ismaili TV special giving viewers an insight into this week's events taking place in Muscat, the Sultanate of Oman. Episode three includes highlights from the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Seminar and the Aga Khan Music Awards Ceremony Part 2, in which the 2022 Aga Khan Music Award Laureates received their certificates.
Join host Noor Al Kassir for the second instalment of The Ismaili Update: Aga Khan Awards, an Ismaili TV special giving viewers an insight into this week's events taking place in Muscat, the Sultanate of Oman. Episode two includes highlights from The Aga Khan Music Awards Ceremony Part 1, in which a speech was given by Prince Amyn and His Excellency Jamal Bin Hassan Al Moussawi, as well as performances by Zakir Hussian, the Royal Oman Symphony Orchestra and Aga Khan Master Musicians.
Aleem gives us a glimpse into the future. Our lives will change drastically over the next few years and we must be ready when this happens. He shares what we can do today to prepare for a better tomorrow.
In this episode, Aleem breaks down, using a simple visual, the four elements required to create our ideal occupation so we can experience a more fulfilled lifestyle.
Aleem provides us with a new perspective on wealth. He explains that pursuing the traditional view of being wealthy does not always lead to true fulfillment and happiness. Instead, we need to focus on other factors that will enable us to lead a wealthy life.
The quality of our lives is very much dependent on the quality of our relationships. Aleem shows us how to develop better relationships with ourselves and others so that we can experience more harmony in our journey of life.
Aleem shows us how we can learn important concepts faster and more easily. He also explains the value of being able to articulate and communicate our thoughts clearly because this is how we are evaluated by others in today's society.
If we are able to truly be successful in life, we need to become a "person of value". Aleem describes what a person of value is and how we can become such an individual so that we can easily attract more success into our lives.
The Ismaili Sounds are pleased to present In anticipation of the Aga Khan Music Awards this weekend, take a look at this 10-minute Ismaili Sounds special behind the scenes video, “The making of Shukrana.” A collection of 50 music artists came together earlier this year to produce Shukrana in celebration of Mawlana Hazar Imam’s 65th Imamat Day. The song is an expression of gratitude for the guidance and leadership of our Imam-of-the-Time. Filmed in Vancouver, Toronto, and Lisbon, this short film tells the story of a unique international collaboration.
Join host Noor Al Kassir for the first instalment of The Ismaili Update: Aga Khan Awards, an Ismaili TV special giving viewers an insight into this week's events taking place in Muscat, the Sultanate of Oman. Episode one includes a behind-the-scenes look at the venue for this year’s Awards, the Royal Opera House and a glimpse into the Muscat Jamat’s excitement to be hosting international guests for the Awards. Tune in Saturday when Ustad Zakir Hussain is presented the Lifetime Achievement Award and Prince Amyn Aga Khan will deliver an address. https://tv.ismaili
Aleem shows us a simple formula to help us improve our time management skills. He also explains why we procrastinate and how we can fix this damaging habit, which is one of the main causes of failure, and why we get poor results in life.
This episode focuses on the fact that success is different for everyone. And requires us to become more self-aware and clear on what we want out of life. Aleem gives us steps to create our own definition of success.
In this episode, presenter, Aleem Nasser, states that those who are superior thinkers are able to get much better results in life. He then shows us how to improve our thinking skills so that we can obtain more success and improve the results we are getting in life.
An introduction to the Simple Steps to Success series by Aleem Nasser. Nasser touches on the background of the series which is based on his own personal experience and research and not the opinions of others. He recommends watching the 10-part series in the order presented.
Farrokh Derakhshani, Director of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, reflects on how the Award, now in its 45th year, has changed attitudes to architecture. He also explains why the field of architecture has, for many decades, been a priority in Mawlana Hazar Imam’s work to improve quality of life. This is the second episode of the new film series “In Conversation,” a collection of hosted interviews produced especially for The Ismaili TV. AKD-034
ICAB: Mediation Week 2022 – Day 5 – Finding Communal Strength and Resilience through Personal Healing
Self-care is a critical component in resolving conflicts. It can help individuals better understand conflicts and be better prepared to work through difficult conversations and emotions. Join us on our last day of Mediation Week to hear Shane Pointe, Knowledge Keeper of the Musqueam First Nation, talk about the importance of using communities for strength and resilience to help manage self-care and personal healing.
Effective diplomacy and peacebuilding is the height of conflict resolution. Whether individuals are resolving their conflicts through mediation or diplomacy, they must learn to listen and understand each other’s perspectives, interests and feelings. These are key elements of effective problem solving. On Day 4 of Mediation Week, we explore the how individuals can resolve conflicts through understanding, compassion and patience.
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