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  • CBSLife Are the Danes really the happiest people in the world? - CBSLife
    inside your circle of friends your circle of trust your circle of fun From a Dane s perspective a lot of these connections seemed shallow But building a long lasting connection wasn t important it was the fun in the interaction The fun that lay in that friendliness made Americans so happy it was beaming off their faces every day I genuinely felt happiness just by walking around the campus watching people go by in their own jolly world Why Because I felt like I was a part of it American fans clad in Carolina Blue Via Alice Antonov Friendliness seemed so much linked to happiness I almost got depressed when I got back to Denmark Something was missing but I didn t see what I had been happy before I left so why would I be sad now Nothing had changed here back home Was it me Was I suddenly a part of the statistic But then I realized something I wasn t unhappy I was sad Sad of the apathy Sad of the cold portraits on people s faces Sad of the missing connections with a world outside my own What made me happy before lost its value when I came back To me happiness seems to lie in the small things in life Appreciating leisure and time from work Loving the early mornings with the family or the late nights with friends But it keeps you in a social bubble where you meet only people by forced occasions Loneliness seems like something we want to avoid yet we actively seek it Maybe our happiness is just a cocktail of welfare freedom in life and being financially well off Denmark Where the power sockets smile at you Via thediaryofawesome com Maybe our happiness is just pretend a lovely lie brewed by many years of mediocrity and who cares Or maybe we are the happiest people in the world but are you Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Andreas Hammershøy Andreas is studying Intercultural Marketing Communication on his last semester He is currently testing if one person can eat too much ice cream in a lifetime Claims he hasn t lost his mind yet as he backed it up on iCloud he just can t remember the password Tags denmark Discuss north carolina opinion piece UN world happiness report Previous Post Next Post Related News April 22 2016 How is Zoophilia socially acceptable April 16 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 6 2016 Guest Article 10 Things You Didn t Know About Being A Student Worker A Response March 15 2016 Alright fine I acknowledge the existence of Dansk Folkeparti 3 Comments to Are the Danes really the happiest people in the world Nelson Aldape May 2 2015 Reply In Latinamerica in México possibly we have still stronger this feeling of connection and kindness but for what I experienced in Denmark and made me feel in love is that you have a stronger

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  • CBSLife 9 Technologies that Will Break Your Mind - CBSLife
    Never Charge Anything Ever Again Sorry my phone died is no longer a viable excuse for not answering someone s call 5 Everything Bitcoin This is for all you CBS finance fanatics Many belive that the U S Dollar is on it s last legs as a Global Reserve Currency When if it collapses there s a big question about what will be adopted as the replacement reserve Bitcoin Gold The debate ensures No matter what your opinion is of Bitcoin this is a great read about the future of our international financial system It makes Bitcoin understandable and will turn your head upside if you plan on doing anything in banking or investments 6 New Human Senses As humans we can perceive less than a ten trillionth of all light waves Neuroscientist David Eagleman is avidly working to change our experience of reality which he thinks is unfairly constrained by our biology In this must watch TED talk you will see his cutting edge research into our brain processes that has led him to create a sensory vest which opens up of the world around and enables never before had human experiences 7 Nightvision Going along with expanding human senses an independent research group has figured out how to give humans night vision allowing them to see over 50 meters in the dark for a short time These biohackers used a kind of chlorophyll analog called Chlorin e6 or Ce6 which is found in some deep sea fish and is used as an occasional method to treat night blindness Night time military operations just got taken to a whole new level PS I was going to post a photo along with this one but the images are a bit freaky for anyone who is squeemish You can see them and read more about human night vision here 8 The Artificial Intelligence Revolution Stephen Hawking sparred with John Oliver about who would win if Oliver were to fight a robot Oliver asked what could a robot do that I couldn t fight back just by unplugging him Hawking replied with a fictional story Scientists built an intelligent computer The first question they asked it was Is there a God The computer replied There is now And a bolt of lightening struck the plug so it couldn t be turned off Yeah That just happened While that might not be a true story the idea of robots taking over the world and become more intelligent that what our humans brains master is a serious concern That s why this article although long is a definite must read about the AI revolution It gives a great introduction about where we are now what AI is what s on the horizon and what it means for you Read it It s more important than whatever theoretical paper your teacher assigned you for tomorrow s class Trust me 9 Human Ironmen It s hard to find the negatives in this one Limbitless which came

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  • CBSLife Global Citizens United - CBSLife
    the Brazilian people I mainly came to know all were in a higher social class have lessened the potential culture shock for me What did you gain professionally speaking out of this internship YCY I suddenly realized that I could know much more about my own culture my own country when I am working abroad The position I had required me to know about policies development in specific industries competitiveness of local companies etc Based in an international company I naturally had a new perspective on how local companies could be more globally competitive ANP It was the first time for me out there in the professional world I learned a lot of how is to work in a big multinational and what are the dynamics there This internship has helped me a lot in order to obtain other internships student jobs which would have been much difficult to obtain if I haven t done a relevant internship abroad FH The hands on experience I gained through this process is something I value but the most important gain for me was through the interaction and collaboration with people who did not speak much English and the fact that we were able to overcome the starting difficulties we had which taught me a lot about working in a different culture and how to cope with the frustration I experienced in not being able to help in the beginning of my internship What about personal gain YCY Self awareness comes first It seems like my weakness was more obvious when I was in an international team However people won t judge on my weakness just because they respect different cultural background In this case they were more supportive without judging to help me grow and improve It really broadened my horizon in terms of how people think differently Even we were speaking English we didn t really understand the whole story from each other Cultural understanding is definitely a life long learning objective for me now ANP I learned to be more independent and to be more open I discovered a new culture and made very good friends with the other interns from AIESEC which we keep in touch almost daily FH Personally I gained so much from this experience I developed personally in the way that I developed an open mind towards anything as well as getting to know people from all over the world and therefore getting to know different ways of thinking of behaving and of talking all influenced me and made me a more positive and a more open minded person with healthier wants needs and preferences I would say Did you feel integrated or part of their society YCY Yes We had a network with all the AIESEC interns in the city We shared our local networks so we had a lot more local friends then we thought They invited us to local cultural events organized group tour to other cities and shared their opinions about my

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  • CBSLife Teach First: Creating Truly Great Teachers - CBSLife
    the subjects which primary and lower secondary schools have a hard time covering for instance math and science classes The economist wrote an article recently which stated that Teach First s training has been rated outstanding in all 44 categories reviewed by Britain s schools inspectorate Source http teachfirst dk A Danish branch of the organization Teach First Danmark was recently launched by a former CBS student Richard Bundsgaard who was inspired by Teach First in the UK Teach First Danmark is not affiliated with Teach First in the UK or other Teach First programmes around the world but share the same vision as well as best practices in terms of recruitment selection and programme development The goal in Danmark is to continue to work from the idea that young talented people has the obligation to make use of their talent Meaning that young skillful graduate students could give back to society by entering the Teach First Graduate programme Additionally young graduate students would also be developing their own personal skills in the process Teach First Danmark states that when you are a part of their organization you get the opportunity to express who you are as a person If you are talented you can of course choose freely what you want to do with your life therefore it is a huge expression of your character to choose to work with kids in socially disadvantaged neighborhoods Teach First Danmark emphasizes that this kind of compassionate and philanthropic character is important for them when choosing who to hire for their team The Graduate Programme Teach First Danmark offers a two year paid leadership programme through which the participants is trained to help elevate students in socially disadvantaged schools The ideal candidate for this programme would be someone who is academically competent and good at building relationships The application deadline for the Graduate Progamme is coming up very soon more specifically at March 2nd You can read more and apply here When looking at the bigger picture today s business world is always looking for candidates who are both academically strong and at the same time understand how to motivate different kind of people By being a part of Teach First Danmark you could develop these skills which you could then use in your later advancement in the business world Becoming a great teacher could be the start of a great career Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Sofie Roslind Sofie is a second year student studying B Sc in International Business at CBS When she first moved to Copenhagen she felt very lost However she quickly made contact with the intriguing locals and they introduced her to the exciting opportunities which the city has to offer Bonus fact Sofie is from Funen and proud Fyn er fin Tags Graduate Programme Teach First Previous Post Next Post Related News April 22 2016 How is Zoophilia socially acceptable April 16 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 13

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  • CBSLife Everybody's Talking About Saul - CBSLife
    Bentley far from as he throws himself into a pale Suzuki Esteem with the complexion of an old taxicab that seems to have been left in the Mexican desert for 10 years and he most certainly did not go to an Ivy League school but his wittiness and his sharp tongue makes him a champion for sketchy downmarket clients Odenkirk makes a perfect portrayal of a sleazy lawyer with an office in the boiler room of an Asian nail salon with a framed copy of his MA in Political Science from University of American Samoa whatever that is on the wall but nonetheless he is very good at his job He is totally fearless careless and versed in law and above that in a constant quest for his identity With that said he is an irresistible character that even business students and other lethals can relate to His desperate manner evokes both laughter and pity but he is also a dreamer an enthusiast and surprisingly bitter qualities that we know one day will fuck the world over The writing is witty dark and sometimes absurd In the second episode spoiler alert there is a scene where Tuco whom you might remember from the first season of Breaking Bad will tries to kill Saul or at least sever a limb but we all know that Saul will not die this early in the series What we don t know though is that how Saul will be mentally damaged over the series What unfolds here and within the entire show is a masterclass in show burning tension The scenes are jumping between frightening darkness to laugh out loud absurdities and it is highly liberating It makes the show not being just another mediocre next door comedy show but a complex high class humorist and bizarre framework in which occasional funny moments are intertwined with powerful drama Source Lewis Jacobs AMC This movement from one emotion to the other could with a lack of skills be a highway to a 5 disaster at Rotten Tomatoes But Gould and his skilful writing brings it to the next level It is a goddamn chef d oeuvre in balancing hairpin atmospheric turns so perfectly fine It is a little bit like real life after all We cry we laugh and we face difficulties in pursuit of our long life happiness and the turns take usually incredibly fast Finally the expectations for this piece were over the roof and it was an eschew conclusion that meeting those expectations would be next to impossible Well the good news judging from the first episodes Better Call Saul will be good Just how good remains to be seen but as far as promises go with this lawyer that is dodgier than his clients the first blueprints are big ones Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Laura Werup With 22 so far rainy November birthdays passed Laura is always in a great mood if she s not

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  • CBSLife DISCUSS Archives - Page 3 of 6 - CBSLife
    Habits April 14 2014 Why you will fail to have a great career April 10 2014 What is there to fear from Obamacare April 2 2014 Does Denmark Have a Race Problem March 26 2014 Can the Greatest Country on Earth Learn From one of the Smallest March 20 2014 Flashbacks and words of advice from Lars Seier Christensen March 18 2014 There s an App for Everything Vol 1 March 10 2014 Are we all simply ruthless pragmatists March 6 2014 Netflix and the Golden Age of Television March 5 2014 Ties and bowties anytime and anywhere Alexander Langhede tells us how and why February 27 2014 The Power of Accents February 17 2014 Epic Awesomeness A Song of Ice and Fire series February 14 2014 How To Make Money Out Of Love February 12 2014 Swipe Right An Overthinker s Guide to Tinder February 7 2014 Can you look good and feel good at the same time 1 2 3 4 5 Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories Does Denmark Have a Race Problem 106 Comments The 5 Worst Things About Moving to Copenhagen 15 Comments The Ethics of Blanking as a Strategy 9 Comments How To Budget Travel 4 Comments The 10 Best Danish Movies and What They Say About Danes 4 Comments CBS This Week Week 17 April 24 2016 How is Zoophilia socially acceptable April 22 2016 CBS This Week Week 16 April 17 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 16 2016 Ublend Releases the World s First Education Network April 13 2016 Check Out 88 DISCUSS 108 EXCHANGE 25 FASHION 30 Featured 244 Featured Video Who are we CBSLife is CBS student blog written for students by students Our goal is to write about what s happening on campus and off

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  • CBSLife DISCUSS Archives - Page 6 of 6 - CBSLife
    being a student worker at a multinational corporation like BCG which you can read May 23 2012 Christian Birk From CBS To Digital Strategy May 9 2012 To A More Perfect Union April 26 2012 An Inspiring Profile Mads Ring March 8 2012 KONY 2012 and the Future of Business March 5 2012 Weekly Report Card Bottom of the Barrel March 2 2012 Cat Royalty Baby Names and Sluts Denmark Explained December 3 2011 Why A Canadian Likes Hockey November 18 2011 Danes and the Pursuit of Happiness 4 5 6 Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories Does Denmark Have a Race Problem 106 Comments The 5 Worst Things About Moving to Copenhagen 15 Comments The Ethics of Blanking as a Strategy 9 Comments How To Budget Travel 4 Comments The 10 Best Danish Movies and What They Say About Danes 4 Comments CBS This Week Week 17 April 24 2016 How is Zoophilia socially acceptable April 22 2016 CBS This Week Week 16 April 17 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 16 2016 Ublend Releases the World s First Education Network April 13 2016 Check Out 88 DISCUSS 108 EXCHANGE 25 FASHION 30 Featured 244 Featured Video Who are we CBSLife is CBS student blog written for students by students Our goal is to write about what s happening on campus and off campus so you can make the most of your university experience We post articles daily and strive to deliver content that spans the whole spectrum writing about everything from student politics to the best cupcakes in town to where you can buy the cheapest beer We are always open to feedback from our loyal readers so give us your opinion on our articles Stay tuned for the latest news and advice CBSLife on

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  • CBSLife CBSLife Tracks: Week 37 - CBSLife
    R B funk isn t my thing but 1612 is damn hard not to love Singer Antwaun Stanley croons smoothly like velour and the bassline is so infectious you can t help but pump your shoulders to the beat Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Philip Pfeiffer Philip is a third year BSc International Business student at Copenhagen Business School and in his spare time reads books by Hunter S Thompson Dan Turéll and Bob Dylan separately not co authored Tags cbs copenhagen fun music Thursday Track university Previous Post Next Post Related News April 16 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 13 2016 Ublend Releases the World s First Education Network April 13 2016 Copenhagen Getaways Mini Cruise to Oslo Norway March 28 2016 A Part of Something Bigger With PoKo Leave a reply Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories Does Denmark Have a Race Problem 106 Comments The 5 Worst Things About Moving to Copenhagen 15 Comments The Ethics of Blanking as a Strategy 9 Comments How To Budget Travel 4 Comments The 10 Best Danish Movies and What They Say About Danes 4 Comments CBS This Week Week 17 April 24 2016 How is Zoophilia socially acceptable April 22 2016 CBS This Week Week 16 April 17 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 16 2016 Ublend Releases the World s First Education Network April 13 2016 Check Out 88 DISCUSS 108 EXCHANGE 25 FASHION 30 Featured 244 Featured Video Who are we CBSLife is CBS student blog written for students by students Our goal is to write about what s happening on campus and off campus so you can make the most of your university experience We post articles daily and strive

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