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In the YouTube video "Mario Conde en La Primera Impresión Podcast," Mario Conde discusses a variety of topics with the hosts of the show. He talks about his business experiences, the Spanish elections, and the global trend of people wanting more freedom to move money around the world. He also shares his story of how he turned his life around after his wife and daughter were hurt, and discusses the idea of carrying spiritual cargo.

  • 00:00:00 Mario Conde, a well-known Spanish businessman, was interviewed for the first time on the La Primera Impresión podcast. He shared his experience of running a successful business, and the importance of having a strong first impression. He also talked about his experiences with the Spanish elections, which he felt were important in marking a change in the country's political cycle.
  • 00:05:00 Mario Conde, a Spanish politician, talks about the current economy and how it's affecting people's lives. He also mentions the government's efforts to improve the economy, and how things may get worse before they get better. He talks about how the government is trying to create more jobs, but warns that it may cause inflation. He also says that the people who are going to be the most affected are the lower-income families, as their wages will not be able to keep up with the rising prices.
  • 00:10:00 Mario Conde, a financial journalist, discusses the global trend of people wanting more freedom to move money anywhere in the world without restrictions. He discusses the two models of money creation: the one that is predetermined, and the one that is enacted after the fact. He goes on to say that this reality is coming to an end, as people are starting to understand and accept cryptocurrency as a form of payment.
  • 00:15:00 Mario Conde, a cryptocurrency investor and entrepreneur, discusses the origins of bitcoin and other digital currencies in a podcast with La Primera Impresión. He says that bitcoin is a more efficient and secure way to store money than traditional banks, and that the bank's ability to loan money depends on the amount of money it has in its balance sheet - or "creditors in balance." If we take money from banks and put it into bitcoin, we are limiting the bank's ability to lend money. However, as we all know, Bitcoin is not without its problems. Recently, the European Central Bank (ECB) refused to buy Spanish government bonds, signaling that Spain may not be able to repay its debt. This created a problem for the Spanish market - because the ECB is the only buyer of Spanish government bonds - and caused the Spanish bond yield (the price at which Spanish government bonds are sold) to rise. This, in turn, increased the cost of borrowing money in Spain, leading to a recession. Conde predicts that Spain will eventually be able to repay its debt, but warns that another financial crisis is coming. He also discusses Spain's unfair treatment of its former king, who is now a symbol of democracy and progress.
  • 00:20:00 Mario Conde, a Spanish lawyer, discusses the concept of "democratization" and "autocratic tradition" in Spain. He argues that these concepts are often confused, and that the monarchy in Spain comes from the General Franco regime, which confounded the state with the Franco persona. This led to the idea that the king answered to God and history, but when Spain created its Constitution, those powers were put into a constitutional framework and the king became inviolable. Thinking back to the traditional Spanish monarchy, Conde believes that something inconceivable - a jurist from Spain's parliament - could not conceive of the idea that the king could be prosecuted. Cantinflas jokes that "a cohecho" is a fact, and then goes on to say that the king, Don Juan Carlos, has not been prosecuted for crimes he allegedly committed. The message Spaniards are receiving is that, even if he is guilty, they cannot prosecute him due to his royal immunity.
  • 00:25:00 Mario Conde discusses the importance of the monarchy and its relationship to democracy in a podcast interview from 1993. He talks about the importance of independent institutions and how the Spanish government went wrong in its treatment of the king. Conde also speaks about his experience with Francisco González de la Colonia, who told the king that he was just like the dust in the indult pardons and that the king should not obey the president. This exchange demonstrates the political nature of the monarchy and the limitations of the king's power.
  • 00:30:00 Mario Conde, a former member of Spain's royal family, discusses the challenges he and other royals have faced in recent years. He talks about how the monarchy is not just about a person, but a whole system of government, and how the president of the republic should be aware that he has made many bad decisions. Conde also discusses his experiences with money and how he never felt the envy other people did when he became very wealthy.
  • 00:35:00 Mario Conde discusses the idea of wealth and the question of whether or not it's possible to renounce questions about whether or not he and his friends can still travel and go to Santo Domingo. He tells the story of how he accumulated wealth and how it changed the way he defends himself with his friends. He says that although it's easy to say what he has said, it's harder to live up to. He then reads an excerpt from his book, in which he discusses the difference between acceptance and surrender.
  • 00:40:00 Mario Conde, a convicted felon, shares his story of never giving up and never surrendering. His daughter comes to visit him in prison, and she is happy to see him. Lourdes, his wife who died, comes with her serious demeanor and Alejandro, her son, tells her that he is there. Mario recalls when he was a student at a monasterio, and a monk told him that he should eat because he would be prohibited from speaking when he was inside the monastery. He compensated for this by talking to the monk when he was outside of the monastery. Mario shares a quote from himself that has stuck with him for a long time and has helped him to overcome the disgust that he feels when he is deep in his soul and encounters areas of his soul that are dark. He says that he believes in people based on their behavior, not on what they say. He shares that he has always been interested in people's backgrounds, and he wants to know what other things they do that he hasn't been privy to. He is happy to have Rosana and Tomás as his guests and asks them a question.
  • 00:45:00 Mario Conde, a successful business man, tells his story of how he turned his life around after his wife and daughter were hurt by people in positions of power. He speaks about his personal beliefs, which include a strong belief in the power of faith.
  • 00:50:00 Mario Conde, a spiritual teacher, discusses the idea of carrying spiritual cargo or not. If someone does not have any spiritual cargo, he or she is not interested in listening to him. Claro pero la dignidad es saber saber ser responsable con eso que dice el maestro Edgar que es el mejor Místico cristiano que te convierte en un ser humano y que te trasciende por encima del pueblo en eso tengo fe. No eso lo sé Einstein, que antes de morir dijo una frase muy muy fuerte. Dijo: "He vivido como un físico y me muero como un Místico." This is followed by a question and answer session with Mario Conde's guests. One of his guests is Tomás, who has recently emerged from the metaphysical world. Tomás is used to being the last person to ask questions, and when his moment comes, he'll have to come up with an answer on the spot. One of Mario Conde's guests asks about friendship. He says that
  • 00:55:00 Mario Conde, a longtime friend of the host, relates the story of their long-lasting friendship, beginning with when they were both in college and continuing until the present day. He talks about the importance of having strong friendships, and how he has few friends due to the fact that most people are busy with their lives. He then asks a difficult question: Which boat will you board if the world ends in 2022, and the answer is clear: businessmen. Conde thanks his interviewer for the question and then asks a second one: If you could have one wish, what would it be? The answer is also clear: to have studied cooking like his father did.

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In this video, Spanish journalist Mario Conde discusses his career, the state of Spanish society, and his personal experiences with ambition. He also thanks his guests for their help in producing the podcast and reveals plans to publish a book in the future.

  • 01:00:00 Mario Conde discusses his pride in his work and how he feels lucky that he can relax now due to all the things he is getting away from. He also believes that his story should be recorded and shared with his closest friends, who would likely tell him about how things are now and not what he expects them to say about him if he were in front of them. A question is posed to Mario Conde about why he regrets something, and he reveals that it is because he has not been able to finish a project he started many years ago, but he nonetheless considers himself a failure because he did not achieve his original goal. He admits that if he were to live again and have the same experience, he would do things differently.
  • 01:05:00 Mario Conde, a famous Spanish journalist, talks about his experiences in the world of journalism, and how he broke the mold in the conservative field. He shares his thoughts on the current state of Spanish society and the lack of honest journalism. He also speaks about his personal experiences with ambition and how it led to some unfortunate consequences.
  • 01:10:00 Mario Conde discusses his life experiences, and how they have helped him in both his successes and failures. He talks about his recently published book, which he has not yet published, but plans to do so in the future. He also thanks Javier Barcote, the host of the podcast, for their cooperation and friendship.
  • 01:15:00 Mario Conde, a self-proclaimed "entrepreneur", and his guest, Rosana, discuss how Rosana has helped him learn more about business than he ever thought possible. Mario also thanks his guests, including Alejandro, for their help during the show's production. Mario says he will end the show with a famous quote from his WhatsApp chat with a listener.

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