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Beim Sales Intuition Podcast geht es um mehr, als nur Verkaufstricks und -taktiken zu vermitteln. Es geht darum, Sie mit der Energie, dem Bewusstsein und den Kommunikationsfähigkeiten auszustatten, die den Verkauf in eine angenehmere Tätigkeit in Ihrem Unternehmen verwandeln können. Begleiten Sie Host David Solano jede Woche, während er Geschichten aus dem wirklichen Leben erzählt, die er selbst bei über 15.000 Verkaufsgesprächen erlebt hat. In jeder Folge werden Themen wie Bewusstsein, Komm ...
 
Hi, ich heiße Walter Weber, bin Filmemacher und Content Creator. Auf diesem Podcast findest du einen Mix über spannende Geschichten aus meinem Leben als Filmemacher, Interviews, Gedankenschüsse zu spannenden Themen, Meinungen und Reviews zu Kameraequipment. Ich nutze diesen Podcast, um ein persönliches Verbindung zu dir aufzubauen. Schreibe mir also gerne deine Meinung/Anregungen! Mehr Infos über mich findest du hier: https://www.facebook.com/walterweber.de https://www.instagram.com/walterwe ...
 
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Grocery shopping, measurements, weight & sentence structure, subordinate clause. Paul is sick. He’s doing his grocery shopping in the supermarket. After that, he wants to go home, take sleeping pills, and write a message to his boss about his sick leave. Things are not going well at work at the moment. He should work more and play less detective. S…
 
Podcast "Lern Deutsch mit Wikipedia & Co." Name body parts, describe your illness to the doctor & personal pronouns in the accusative: mich / dich / ihn / uns / euch & introduction to the n-declension. Paul is at the doctor’s because he got sick. The caretaker replies to his message: There are no cameras on the outside of Paul’s apartment building.…
 
Describe how things played out, and reasons for it & adjective declensions in the accusative: den großen Busch / einen großen Busch / großen Busch. Paul celebrates his birthday alone at home. He has no more friends. Now Fritz is mad at him, too, because he told Anna that he knows about her criminal record. He could have only got that information fr…
 
German dinner foods, bring up and disarm arguments & adjective declensions: eine internationale Stadt / ein grüner Tee / ein leckeres Bier / schöne Ecken. Scandal at the dinner buffet! Paul confronts Anna. He followed her and thinks he saw her trying to sell his book. And she was seen on the surveillance video with her bag. He also mentions her cri…
 
Evaluate options, negotiate, make a decision & adjective declensions: das wertvolle Buch / der alte Verkäufer / die kleine Frau. Paul is just about to walk into the bookstore and confront Anna there. But then he sees that the shopkeeper can't help her and she walks out. He gets a phone call from his parents: They say the book was a present from Gra…
 
Express astonishment and disbelief, describe people’s actions & accusative with prepositions. Paul is following Anna. He thinks what's covered by a carrier bag inside her handbag is his book. He watches her walk into a bookstore. She takes the book out and negotiates with the shopkeeper. Paul gets angry and wants to run in to catch her red-handed. …
 
Talk about points of interest, locations, means of transport & the accusative case (den, einen, keinen). In Berlin, Anna, Fritz and Paul want to go to the Brandenburg Gate. Fritz warns them about pickpockets because Anna's handbag won't close. Something square, wrapped in a carrier bag is sticking out. Fritz's mobile phone rings again, and he walks…
 
Podcast "Lern Deutsch mit Wikipedia & Co." Talk about a trip, directions using a map & simple past forms for modal & mixed verbs. Anna arrives on the train at the last second. She couldn’t answer her phone because the battery is dead. Also, her bicycle is broken. That’s why she is late. The train departs and they talk about sights in Berlin. Fritz …
 
Understand announcements in a train station & plural: nouns that get an -er / -¨er ending, simple past forms for irregular and auxiliary verbs. Paul and Fritz are at the train station and want to go to Berlin. While they are buying tickets, they wonder why Anna hasn’t arrived yet. She’s running late. Strangely she’s also not answering phone calls. …
 
Text: e-mail, use simple past tense for written language & plural: nouns that get no ending but sometimes change to an ä/ö/ü, simple past forms for regular verbs. Fritz reads Paul's invitation email. He cleverly used the information about Anna's criminal record without giving away that he knows about it. He described his own theft as a child and th…
 
Discuss travel plans and options & plural: nouns that get an -s ending. Paul and Fritz take a look at some nice cars in a showroom. He talks about the trip to Berlin. Fritz is excited and wants to come along. But he doubts Anna would join them. So Paul shows him Anna's answer. It says "Paul, I didn't even know that! I’ll come with you." Fritz is to…
 
In diesem Video sprechen wir über die Dinge in der Hochzeitsbranche, die dir niemand erzählt und nun ausgesprochen werden. ▶ Kostenloses Beratungsgespräch vereinbaren: https://walterweber.de Wie bereits angekündigt höre ich mit dem filmen von Hochzeiten auf und in diesem Video erkläre ich lang und breit meine Gründe. Hier kurz zusammengefasst: 1. D…
 
Read and understand online reviews & plural: nouns that get an -e / -¨e ending. Paul books a hotel in Berlin and writes Anna a message with an invitation to the trip. Meanwhile, his friends go out without him. Tim stirs up everyone's opinion against Paul. Fritz tries to mediate without success. Meili and Anna get mad at Paul when they hear he accus…
 
Give and receive information about somebody & plural: nouns that get an -en/-n ending. Fritz sends Paul some information: Anna has a criminal record for theft. Paul also knows she likes to read. Now he suspects her even more but he doesn’t want to risk asking her directly if she is the one who stole his book. So he decides to book a trip to Berlin …
 
Months & demonstrative pronouns: dieser, dieses, diese. Fritz and Paul are training in the gym. Fritz warns him not to keep upsetting their friends with his messages. Instead, he suggests a party at Paul's place. That way, he would have a chance to work things out in person with everybody. But Paul refuses. He thinks Anna stole the book. Fritz says…
 
Talk about law and permissions, describe people’s actions & noun-noun composites: Wohnungseingang / Hausflur / Hausmeister. Paul watches the surveillance video in the caretaker’s office. After the party, Meili and Tim didn't visibly carry his book when leaving his apartment. Neither did Anna and Fritz, but they each had a bag. Paul seems to think h…
 
Talk about hobbies, make small talk, four seasons & possessive pronouns: unser(e), euer/eure. Paul meets Meili "by chance" near the university. He is more clever now: They make small talk about hobbies. He casually asks about Meili's job and apologizes for what he wrote earlier. It turns out that her message was just a misunderstanding: Meili doesn…
 
Justify actions, reflect on a situation, read the 24-hour clock & possessive pronouns: dein(e), sein(e), ihr(e). Paul tries to find Laura on Facebook. But it’s not easy, and he gives up. Also because this is making him feel like a stalker. Tim calls: He was on vacation. His mobile phone was switched off. Getting accused by Paul makes him angry. He …
 
Make appointments, read the traditional analog clock (tell the time) & possessive pronouns: mein(e), Ihr(e). Paul had to get out of the apartment to clear his head. He’s walking to Tim's bike repair shop because he wants to ask him about the book. He also needs his bicycle fixed. But he forgot about Fritz who arrives at Pauls apartment to help him.…
 
Order somebody to do something, express disappointment & determine the gender of nouns by their meanings: car and motorbike brands, gender summary. It's not Fritz who is at the door. Unexpectedly, Paul's parents are standing in front of him. They bring food so that he doesn't stay so skinny. Paul's mother teases his father for boasting about the tw…
 
Describe a problem, express compassion & determine the gender of nouns by their meanings: weather words. Fritz says he'll be right there to help. Paul wants to ask in the group chat who took the book, but he ends up outright accusing everybody. His friends are outraged, but still somewhat understanding. Nobody admits they took the book, though - so…
 
Give advice, discuss weekend plans, ask for help, & determine the gender of nouns by their meanings: alcoholic drinks and colors. Paul has no doubt anymore that the book is gone. He thinks it was stolen. He wants to find it and calls Fritz, who knew nothing about its value. He offers to help and says maybe someone just borrowed it. He suggests a pa…
 
Times of the day, express despair and anger & determine the gender of nouns by their meanings: times of the day/days of the week/months/seasons/points of the compass, modal verb dürfen and modal verb summary. The next morning after the party, Paul realizes that the precious book he got from his parents is gone. They must never find out about it! Th…
 
Describe and evaluate situations and objects, congratulate & gender of nouns: words with endings -ei / -schaft. At Pauls housewarming party, the book comes up: It is a precious gift from Paul's father. His friends are skeptical about the value. They praise Paul's beautiful wallpaper - but in truth, they find it ugly. Laura doesn't come. Fritz says …
 
Rooms of an apartment & gender of nouns: words with endings -ung / -heit / -keit. Paul shows you his new apartment before the housewarming party. He is thrilled: His wallpaper is so beautiful! He reveals that Tim is also coming. Apparently he is no longer angry. Maybe he just hadn't read Paul's message? And Fritz says at short notice that he will b…
 
Colors, materials, and shapes & gender of nouns: words with endings -t and -e. The furniture store apprentice cleans up and wonders who wants to buy such an ugly wallpaper. This is embarrassing because at that moment, Paul comes. He hears this and says he wants to buy the wallpaper. Tim really seems to be angry. Or why does he ignore Paul? Transcri…
 
Describe objects, furniture, ask for repitition & gender of nouns: words with endings -chen and -lein. Paul buys a little table and chair for his apartment. The message he got is not from Tim. It's from Meili who asks if she should bring music to the party. Paul writes to Tim: 'Are you angry?' Is Tim still mad? Will he not come to the party? Transc…
 
Furniture, directions, days of the week & gender of nouns: words with endings -er and -ling. Paul is shopping for furniture before the party. He is looking for wallpaper for his new apartment. That's when he gets a message. Is it from Tim? Is he still angry? Will he not come to the party? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stories.com/20-paul-wi…
 
Informal salutations and complimentary closes in full messages like emails & sentence structure with “tecamolo”, make a comparison and express a contrast. Paul sends an invitation for his housewarming party in the group chat. Everybody is excited. Meili should come, too, and join the group. He also invites Tim, and pokes fun at him: He should only …
 
Greetings and farewells in a text message & irregular verbs: geben/lesen/sehen, modal particle ‚aber‘. Paul is chatting with Laura again. This time he is not so clumsy. He invites her to his housewarming party, and she accepts the invitation. But Paul is unsure: Should he also invite Tim? Maybe Anna wouldn't like that … Transcript, lesson and extra…
 
Phone call, give out personal information & modal particle ‚mal‘. Paul thinks about how to invite Laura to his housewarming party. That's when a man from the insurance company calls and asks him questions. We find out more about Paul. He has absolutely no idea what to write Laura. What should he write her? Transcript, lesson and extras: german-stor…
 
In diesem Interview spreche ich mit Lisa & Chris über ihre Erfolge bei mir im Coaching! ▶ Kostenloses Beratungsgespräch vereinbaren: http://walterweber.de Hier sind die Key-Learnings von Lisa & Chris: 1. Positionierung auf eine Zielgruppe 2. Hochpreisige Abschlüsse in Verkaufsgesprächen 3. In 3 Monaten 37.000 € Nettoumsatz erzielt…
 
Explain a situation, give advice, make it up with somebody & irregular verbs: sprechen/essen/treffen, modal particles ‚denn‘ and ‚ja‘. Tim arrives at the restaurant, and it turns out that Paul wasn't invited to his sister's wedding because he doesn't really know her anyway. Tim must have behaved embarrassingly at the wedding. But Anna is apparently…
 
Name and order meals & irregular verbs: wissen/nehmen/helfen/sollen. While waiting for the food in the restaurant, Paul reveals he was late for work the other day. Next time, he'll be fired, says his boss. Fritz arrives and says the hunt for the Großkauf thieves will end soon. He can't give away any details. He says that Tim is also coming soon. An…
 
Express eating preferences, decide on different options and prices & irregular verbs: wollen/heißen/möchten, modal particle 'doch'. Anna and Meili meet Paul in town. Meili had asked him in her message if he wants to eat together. That's why she wanted Paul's phone number from Anna earlier. She wants to thank him for the help, and invites both of th…
 
Heute spreche ich mit Maximilian Wote über seine Erfolge bei mir im Coaching! ▶ Kostenloses Beratungsgespräch vereinbaren: http://walterweber.de Hier sind die Key-Learnings von Max: 1. Positionierung auf eine Zielgruppe 2. Angebotsentwicklung sowie Vertrieb & Marketing erlernt 3. Höchster Umsatz erzielt (26.000 € Netto in einem Monat) Mehr zu Maxim…
 
Get to know people, chat online & irregular modal verbs: können/müssen/mögen, enumeration in a sentence. Paul is flirting with Laura online. He messes up the online flirt and is annoyed about it. That’s when he gets a message from Meili. What does Meili want from Paul? What's in the message? Can Paul straighten out his flirt with Laura again? Trans…
 
In diesem Video erzähle ich dir drei konkrete Marketingstrategien, die du für dich anwenden kannst, um neue Aufträge als Fotograf oder Videograf zu gewinnen. ▶ Kostenloses Beratungsgespräch vereinbaren: http://walterweber.de 1. Messenger Strategie: Du addest Leute aus deiner Zielgruppe z.b. in Linked In oder findest diese auf Instagram. So und du k…
 
Online profiles, understand descriptions of people & irregular verbs: sein/haben, sentence type summary: declarative sentence, W-question sentence, yes/no-question sentence. Paul reads the book he got from his parents. He doesn't find out why it’s valuable, and how valuable it is. He doubts the book will add style to his apartment. But his parents …
 
Wie viel kann ich als Fotograf oder Videograf preislich nehmen? Genau darüber sprechen wir in diesem Video, damit du Klarheit über deine Preisstruktur erhältst. ▶ Kostenloses Beratungsgespräch vereinbaren: http://walterweber.de ▶ Kostenloses Angebot vereinbaren: https://www.walterweber.de/angebotsbeispiel-sign-up/…
 
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