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"lui" Discussed on TNCnow

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05:39 min | 8 months ago

"lui" Discussed on TNCnow

"Well. I'd like to progress with this conversation but You know their commercial break so that we can think or sponsors as the big deeper nanno bianconi. How did she become the queen of three. And this based on our discussion now guy before already had that in mind so we'll continue with our conversation with louis diarrhea but displayed on for you reminders. From our fox sandwich suits.

"lui" Discussed on TNCnow

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02:32 min | 8 months ago

"lui" Discussed on TNCnow

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"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

Model Majority Podcast

02:15 min | 9 months ago

"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

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"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

Model Majority Podcast

04:22 min | 9 months ago

"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

"Asian descent and it was a a common gathering place during the last year and a half as well in chinatown new york in. I can't help but think that yes. What was around them happening in new york in elsewhere they said wait. We're we are the committee that decides historical landmarks in this great city. We don't even have one. So i i think i don't know So we need more of those around the country. You're here you've contributed you're you're you're accepted. You're part of our history right. That's what those landmarks say. I'm looking forward to march on the mall. That again we come together. This is what we do in this country right. We we march on the mall in washington. Dc and those plans are afoot. I am charged by that. What about a museum. The smithsonian four. Where's the building. Is that possible. Those are some of things. I look forward to say. Okay the opportunity is bigger than ever but are we activating on that opportunity in the doors open or more open in there before but we still got a walk. certainly yes I want to wrap up with one more light hearted question I mean we'll talk was really important in profound topics. Right ended definitely want folks to sink in on that but coming back to your book one. The very pleasant elements of the book is a lot of the humor and jokes that lay back next self deprecating stuff that you shared about yourself and you know such a contrast you perhaps your public persona when you're on cable tv. There's no way you can make these kind of jokes journalist your reporting on some of the most horrible things that happened in our country and our country around the world. And that's what people see a louis as which is perfectly appropriate. But if you read this book and you know. I actually listen to this book on audible so you narrated so i got your voice circling in my head constantly. It's so pleasant to have this humor worth into it and you know you're saying how y'all have professional comedians. Help you write some of this parts of the book. So i guess my question is was the introduction of humor to a lotta these profound heavy topics intentional or is it just an expression of your personality because you are funny when you're off air and so on so forth. What is the reasoning behind that. We've always loved late night. Comedians in my family. So david letterman was always a out a staple my family and we would watch him and it is part of who we are. And we're not necessarily that funny but we thinking my brothers and my sister and my parents It's actually it's actually siblings goof-balls in The part of the humor is i. Hope part of the fabric of what i lived through Because i don't want you know that. That's why i was so intentional. In huge fan of ronnie chang And i was talking with him Ronnie i need help. I like to be funny. But i'm not that good at it And so he gave me some suggestions about who to talk to. And he's a great giving person talk about a selfless person ronnie who's also one of the The folks that wrote a nice blurb fort is one of those great selfless people to and you see bit his standup go all not that. Ronnie appears to be not selfless but he is. Everybody loves him he always giving giving giving and so that injection of humor into the book was definitely what i wanted in is definitely part of the way i like to tell stories and the way i like to write And you're right sometimes when you're writing for for news you wanna put humor in because it just can't not.

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"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

Model Majority Podcast

07:09 min | 9 months ago

"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

"I have felt in the last since we last spoken over the last year where we've seen in in the year since the pandemic started the over sixty six hundred reported on incidents of hate During that time. I have been so inspired by our journalism. Community are asian american pacific outdraws community who have stood up in local places and regional places and national places on tv and riding on social that they were there to record what happened because they understood it. They were living it And they didn't want to report on. This is because they were asian american pacific islander but then they realized because they were asian and asian american pacific islander. They had the experience to really tell the story of the right way. And there were questions of bias. There are questions biased reporting. I should say there questions of Inaccuracies because of of of bias tendencies. But we're all professional journalists in what we were able to bring to. The story was an understanding of the context in the subject matter that not. Nobody really knew so well outside of our community and so i was very interested in the other. Anti asian hate times in our country's history and i thought about the internment of japanese-americans into american interment camps and there is no Journalist of that were api that were out there to to tell the story and the ones being locked up could not tell the story and so the other one that i can never lots of incidents we can go back in history and you know them as well to the eighteen hundreds where there arash you know a mob. Like killings of asians in america lynchings. But it was vincent chin. When we first had a documented reporting of a hate incident vincent chin club with a bat in the street died in. You couldn't i looked at his autopsy photos. His head didn't even look like a human. He was beaten so hard and there was a response and the response back then were from journalists from the bay area from new york in all in other places around the country in the ones. I can think of helen. Zia tawaf chang corky lee who ran to detroit to document the story so we had it on the record and then we had marches if if it was not on record and we wouldn't have marches Probably that's the only time. I believe in our history that we had recording at a civil rights response. There were fifty api journalist. I'm guessing during that time. Forty years ago fifty. We are starting our asian american journalists association convention. As you and i speak right now we have over two thousand members and so when they in the last year and a half now have been telling these stories to to america it. It is them that. I am very proud of of what they did. Because they became. And i saw it on air our saw and writings. They became civil rights reporters when they didn't get into the business civil rights reporters the on the bins to be journalists. But they they like this great evolution. They knew and they went and they did it. You know a lot of times us folks. Don't wanna say i'm asian american. We wanted to say. I'm a journalist but now are saying no. I'm asian-american this way. It is in. This is not right in hurts like that. Was all of our jobs to do to kevin. The last year's been my perspective on our community hasn't changed. What has changed is my pride in the community. And what it's done. Do you think there's more power in the community now than before giving your observation win crimes. In hate crimes reported the automatic default feeling is a sense of powerlessness. Right from people. Because you know you're victim you're being attacked and the tactics senseless in logical and based primarily on stupidity and ignorance. If not something a bit worse yet like you said there are also more or less now out there recording and documenting with professional as not just people with cell phone cameras still. There's certainly a lot of that too. And that's also helpful. Do you think it's generally moving in the right direction. The law of justice bending spending toward justice sort of feeling. I think the opening is bigger than ever four change. The opening the opportunity is bigger than it ever has been as you see industry business leaning in as you see communities of other caller leaning in as you see reporting that is as prevalent accurate in out there and Covering that story before may not have even been covered. Oh that's just a separate small. It's a small community you know i don't know we should probably covers other thing So the opportunity is huge right now. What we what. I'm waiting to see now is if we is if we have the big things happen. That say this community is okay. Then the big things to me are historical landmarks. That recognize the asian american pacific islander contributions to the country over the last three centuries. Where are those new york. Just got its first historical landmark. This year that recognized the asian american community in his history. The first was was it a response to a lot of the things that were happening or i mean it was. It was interestingly not to undermine the importance of it yet you know doesn't undermine at all because it was always important it was. It was a landmark for a soldier.

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"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

Model Majority Podcast

07:48 min | 9 months ago

"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

"I think out of ten fifty one percent fifty one percent right now man but then self less shirt was a seven point one on the best days. It's seven i'll take it. Those those are those are the things you really don't wanna know kevin life. I think you and i can agree. We just want to leave that to not knowing But that was that that measurement that we were able to see it was consistent in our own examples in the from the from the studies that we were using as benchmarks. You can look better. They go there's some. There's some very tangible benefits to volunteering. Folks you look hotter sexier as richard just with his study another question. Wanna ask you to is. Did you know this is another study. You cited related to babies in whether the display selfish tendencies or selfless tendencies. And you know there's all these different interpretation of human nature right and your religion played a big part in your life as well. Different religion has different assumptions about. Are people born good. Are they more in bad. They're born centers. they're born a blank page. Do you think people are born south less or selfish. Now that you've written this book. Yeah because we did the chocolate studying lhasa square the circle study and I believe that we are born both And that we're not born leaning a were born by some studies that we looked at were born tending to be more self police but we do have both qualities In in our in our Based on studies again that we dug into we we have both muscle sets. What happens over time Especially in this time is just become too easy to be selfish. I'm in the very structures and mechanisms Of of modern business have helped us reach that pinnacle of me I have the guide given right of being famous that we all believe that it is something if you went back you know twenty or forty or sixty years. No i think everybody today for the most part every day at not everybody most people in today's age regardless of your age believes you have the right to be famous and that you can be famous and the structures around us have given us the tools to believe that we can both in technology in media In business everything is a round that vary right. We believe that were born with. So i think that is what is left. Pushed us into this idea of a selfish pandemic. because that's always what i can say. I i right. I should in because look. That's all the stuff in the ecosystem says i can but the studies that we were looking at with the with the children of chocolate and the children with a with a animated circle square in a in a triangle which were were really looking at so in in the in the triangle square and circle. There was a there. Were three objects and the they would measure where the eyeballs would go from the child and the eyeballs. It was believed to measure what they prefer always looked. Well not always. The majority of the kids looked at the object that was trying to push the circle up the hill. Not down to try to help it to try to help it. And that is one of the Such than children are born to be self less So yet to answer question. It is both with a tendency to be self less That's actually a very hopeful. Finding you know given the message which spread here is that it coming back to fifty one percent role is not like we're born completely selfless or selfish in any way but if studies so far have shown that at least we had a more self less tendency starting as babies and you know whatever happened happened with society and all that and maybe week like steered into a different direction but back core or that route is still there than maybe. We'll feel a little less intimidated by the fact that hey we can be more selfish because we were kind of born that way anyways working against our in you know in the book talk we do bring up the idea of darwin dawkins and selflessness in selfishness in nature and nurture and it's kind of nice to know that No or not built holy to just watch after ourselves. And that's right another thing. I wanna talk to you about is kind of your reflection on the asian american identity. Broadly speaking but also perhaps your interpretation of it as well a lot of the book surly weaves that thread throughout your entire life so far as well and also now that i know you were writing best from the beginning of the You know throughout the whole period and witnessing reporting on not just the health care problem of the pandemic but also the hate crime particularly against asian-americans that were occurring at a much higher clip than ever before. Certainly you know based on recording and data has your interpretation of understanding of asia. American identity change during this time at all. I mean on the topic of the identity included in to what was to be a a mainstream book if you will Because we are part of the mainstream and but we are stories just aren't heard It's not common even to this day for. I think people understand that. United dad was a pastor from a church in tennessee. Just not i mean it just you. Wouldn't you wouldn't think it and he would travel the tennessee. Every year for the gathering. My first college t shirt was a university of tennessee. Orange t shirt and really and i'm here in california. What am i doing. What are you doing why. Why are you giving me an orange t shirt. Why don't eat orange taste. And it's tennessee onyx and their bass cost of volunteers which may be appropriate in some put gave it to me is very appropriate but it was like i was just strange as a kid and i wanted to share these things about growing up as an american that is also of asian descent. Because it was. I thought it was important. That We we started to understand our communities. 'cause they were misunderstood in heaven misunderstood for so long and you know my father being pushed over five years ago to the ground was during another one for the local waves in the barrier of anti asian hate and it didn't reach the national level that we see now so my view has not.

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"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

Model Majority Podcast

08:28 min | 9 months ago

"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

"I knew that was coming stanford you know. They really dug in on this idea of how we can think. Outside of ourselves to the point of racism and prejudice they lined up hundreds of pairings of people that were so within themselves at that moment at that time that they had prejudices against other people different backgrounds and so they paired him up and had them meet three times and after they measured their societa qualitative and quantitative measurement on the qualitative as a questionnaire of. What do you think of this group. What do you think of you know. People call her baba and then the the quantitative was actually doing a body chemical tests the things europe familiar with stress hormones and and the happy happy hormones as well. Happy chemicals should say in. They measured really high in the beginning. And then after three long meetings they the measurement of prejudice reduced just above zero. And that only took what they were trying to prove. One of the things are trying to prove if we were to reach outside of ourselves think outside of ourselves to people. We think we absolutely disagree with that. We are not at all like that. We can actually start to understand them and start to like them if we just take the time like watering those three plans of just meeting three times for a lunch and that's comes in the chapter three lunches but that's one thing and another idea that you can do If you're thinking about selflessness if you believe in that idea that a muscle tone will allow you to do something more more more readily and more easily like those who were working during the pandemic and still are working doing it. Why is it that they kept on going into the hospitals without the right equipment without understanding with this virus was and with great fear you saw the interviews on tv and you're like what are they doing. They put down the phone after talking to people like me and they go in and go to work and it's because a lot like the hippocratic oath describes. They had to help all people and they wanted to help all people and they had done so for for their entire careers and so in this thing happened. There was no way the majority of them were not going to go to work even though they could be their death sentence. It reminds me since i grew up in san francisco of the aids epidemic and what again nurses and healthcare workers were doing in the city of san francisco on around the world. Another great example of muscle tone. Because that's what they do every day that they knew they had to keep on doing it in the rebel. Do great things. So the idea of Making a decision that might be slightly selfless because we make a conscious decision about every fifteen minutes. If one of those can start to be selfless nature. You're going to buy coffee you pay for the Coffee for the next two people. You just tell the the the the counter staff that you're gonna pay for next to you folks smiling at somebody walking down the street. Could you're looking at them. Then they got a bad attitude. But instead decide i'm gonna smile the perennial question of. Do you give money to a person who is living in the streets. Everybody struggle. So that's another notion. It's another opportunity for us to not think of. Oh i mean some of the things that always go through. Our mind is well. Will the money be used properly Maybe they really don't need it. Maybe they're super superwealthy and they're just asking for money made so much money doing this They don't look like they really need it Whatever the case may be all they screamed at me But the way for that opportunity that can be potentially understood is that it's not a perfect decision and this is really important in. I'll finisher the answer to this question that you ask with with this one in that. We can't have perfect self decisions but we can have one that are mostly self less so if it's fifty one percent in your mind you think it's going to be good for this person in the right thing to do fifty one percent. I'm not saying ninety nine. i'm fifty one. The new give the dollar fifty one percent of you. Just let that other forty nine go and the chapter that we talk about that concept is is ten stones in we dig into marketing metrics and Algorithms that are used to prove the point. But i don't wanna get into too deep here but only to say that it is take ten stones when buckets. Yes bucket when buckets annot bucket when you when you're thinking about those decisions if you put stones in the us bucket over four in the no bucket. You'd do it. Could you know you're moving the ball forward better to do nothing at all. And so those are some of the ideas. I think that we can do. And the way to think about it day to day you can tell i'm not saying go. Raise a million dollars for your favorite community based organization. Oh you can do that but you know. That's not how we gotta do the digestible things everyday. And that kinda gives surpass sometimes if we give ourselves a pass we just have all these crazy goals. We see other wealthy people. Do these things while i'm never going to do that. So the other option is nothing. Where what you're saying. Is that just a simple majority fifty one percent would do to get us to do do something because another thing that you mentioned the book With regard you also citing research to is that there is a selfish aspect to helping people to because we get our dopamine hits as well right and there are studies instead of about like. Oh like the fact that you are buying coffee for the two people behind you at a coffee shop. Yeah that was generous for them and they will be happy about it. I would hope but it also gives you a bit of a positive head. There'd be like hey i'm such an awesome person. It does and we're human. We're not perfect right. We can't be there so you. I often get the question. Well you can never be purely selfless selfless right and Unlike no you can't you cannot be. It's very difficult to be purely selfless so just accept. That's what we are imperfect beings and be satisfied with that simple majority you just brought up And be okay with the fact that they are maybe some selfish element. Even to the reason why i'm doing this selfless thing and that's cool too cool to hey. This book My volunteer work. I know that you know a majority simple-majority is self less. But do i get From from the spoken-word donating all of the author profits to aarp alzheimer's association and asian american journalists association. But i know me even discussing this with you. I'm getting something out of this right. Kevin because now all of a sudden your listeners will now be aware of this book and they'll know there may be where now what i'm saying and and might might recognize the book or me or whatever so i'm getting something out of it too but that shouldn't negate me still wanting to do something like this because it's not purely in one side of the arguments not purely selfless so i can't talk about it. Not true metro. I mean so long as it again. The majority is for the right reason. And that that's really important in the book. You know this We talk about the typical self-help book kind of things which is live longer. Make more money.

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"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

Model Majority Podcast

05:05 min | 9 months ago

"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

"You know we had a scientist a hard. A scientist a researcher a a Syndicated cartoonist Brought in to poets brought in to a late night. Comedic writers To to consult as well to help me. Learn to bring out the All of this because we wanted something that would be like a a nine layer sandwich. You know something. You'll you'll find something in there you'll like and i didn't want it to be a lot of words because i know as a as a broadcast journalist is thinking about the different elements to pull together. So that you when you're watching can really have this stickiness with the story. And so that's why we put in all of those. Those things poets poems. I'm not a good poets. That's why had to get help. A non comedic writer. So that's why i need to get trained all these things and i didn't mind i did not mind at all learning got it so i want to jump into maybe some of the practical stuff i to quote unquote not bear the lead. Maybe what are some of the kind of tricks or practices or workouts that you want people to know if they want to be more self less right to train their selflessness muscle. Which is you know at least one chapter if multiple chapters in your book. You talked about 'cause i think the aspiration is there. You've cited really good surveys of people who wanna do volunteering but though actually follow through or we spend money by the self-help book or to look at models. Like motor are desmond tutu but obviously we don't even take the first step in. I am guilty as charged. One of millennials would think more about volunteering than actually volunteering right. So tell us some of things that we got a with some some intro workouts. Maybe we should start doing yet. That whole concept of muscle tone. I do think you do a lot of stuff that selfless this great podcast being one of those great selfless things that you've done for years now and i know you're being humble About that but this whole idea of wanting to bring on our stories with a very difficult and crowded marketplace is courageous by you an entire team for the podcast and so it is. This is a selfless space. And i can't thank you enough for for doing it. You're crazy but i'm glad you did it it. And that's what it is. What you did is to incorporate servicing and serving a greater community outside yourself when you knew but you're also very curious about right. I mean this is part of the curiosity up. That started the podcast as it would take resource your now one hundred ninety nine episodes holy hannah commitment and we can do that in our careers. We can find the mix of what we call him. The book three plants. Where one part of you informs the other and you need to water them The idea of watering three plants. Is you have a man activity in your life. Might be profession. It might be community. It might be faith. It might be volunteerism. It might be family a be relationship but we often do. We've had this happen to you as we sometimes water. Just one of them And you've had those friends at all of a sudden are calling him a kevin good to see where you been and because they've been in a relationship and they were their main water their main plant was that relationship and then when they broke it off all of a sudden they wanna Out again and that's a great example of you can't do that to friends. Friends take watering cultivation. They are they're not they're just all of a sudden and what is amazing about that idea is at. If let's say the other plans that you water might be community volunteer volunteerism all of these plants. A water informed the other so in your case. Something in your background that you were watering inspired you to start this three years ago something. You had your profession. You knew what you're gonna do but then something and then you put the two together. If you didn't do that other thing it would not have inspired you to start this. So that's one idea. That's from the book in terms of what we can do selflessly. There's a a a study out of stanford that we really dug into despite being stanford go blue. Sorry there's.

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Model Majority Podcast

09:17 min | 9 months ago

"lui" Discussed on Model Majority Podcast

"Podcast. Wherever you get your podcast listening that all right without further do here is my interview with richard lewis. Richard louis welcome back to the model majority podcast. Today it's good to be home again. My friend to be home. Thank you so much for spending some more time with us for listeners. Who don't know. Richard one very i. Guess in one of my favorite guests way back in episode twenty six of the model majority podcast go back and listen to that episode after you finish this one but today we are gonna talk about. Mostly your new book called enough about me. That was released earlier this year. And i love to begin with maybe some meta points about the book. I when did you start. Wanting to write this book was before codeine or even during cove. Ed and what is the back story of the book itself. So i didn't know what to write about or when to do it. And so i was talking with my agent and we knew that you know for the last eight years. I've been talking a lot about the issues of taking care of somebody else being a caregiver to because it's a huge issue in america over fifty million people do it no training no pay they take care of a family member. It's worth about half a trillion dollars in value. It's a big big numbers around. But we don't talk about big cultural gap and we were sitting in trying to say well. We know there's a big marketplace for that but at the same time it's not like i'm a caregiver and i take our my dad's not like i am looking for books about that so we're trying to identify what might be something we could talk about in we thought from a journalist's perspective to explore this thing of The selfish pandemic of all this stuff we've been seeing in the last decade of you know hate being cheap in violence being cheap. You know. i've i can't tell you. The number kevin of Mass shootings and mass killings. I've covered of terrorist attacks. That i've covered you know end from a journalist perspective if you seen all the political hate speech all that stuff if from from journalist perspective what what are we living through and My thought was that we were living through a selfish pandemic. And so then what could we do for the at in a big idea book around around the idea of of being self less to offset that but at the same time. That's a little you know above my pay grade There's a lot of my pay grade to do something like that. But from journalist's perspective. I thought i could attack it. And so that's what began right at the end of twenty nineteen the journey to put together a proposal. It so happens that we signed in march of twenty twenty so right when the dow began it was me after. Admit it's would people be be buying books at rates. I mean will. They is books. Just gonna fall by the wayside just like a lot of products out there. Then for the next six months. I accelerated Had a team of ten working with me on this To help me Consultants and things like that. Because i knew. I couldn't do it alone to get the best product out there but i also wanted to get out a book that would be available sooner than later so we we accelerated the process and the schedule because we wanted to show that we wanted to offset the selfish pandemic as early as possum seat. There we have that. I mean you call you call the selfish pandemic before this pandemic really hit us end. Sounds like you were writing about it. As endemic was holding or this health spending was unfolding in front of all our is. How was that. I guess the evil harping to ask questions so just going to let you talk a little bit more i think how was that experience like was it like a in the arm and be like man. I really got to get this project done or is it like holy shit. There's so much going on. Maybe i should you know. Put this delay this until we have clarity on. Just how the world is even going to function. Yeah i mean it was one one of those things because it always sitting in front of my window in my small new york apartment typing away and i could hear the sirens All throughout the day. And i didn't go out much. Food was delivered and the water still came through the spout electricity's still turned on but you heard the sirens every night every day every fifteen or twenty minutes and you knew what that meant and so that was an inspiring part of why felt we needed to do it because i those people were the self less people that we're going to work in those ambulances in those hospitals and they didn't know what was happening they didn't have the right equipment and that's what we need more of and so that was certainly something i've thought about as i was typing away. You know just sitting by my window with my computer and in hearing all of that it was It was for them and it was for all the rest of us to do something a little bit bigger and a little bit smaller outside of ourselves as you know. That's what i say in the book. Is you know it's not like we can all be desmond. Tutu mother theresa. We do small things every day. Little things digestible. Things bite things that get us to be able to be those amazing individuals that are desmond tutu trace in. Whom have you and you know i. It's it's interesting. Because i wrote the book kevin as a self help book because i love self help books business. I'll help books and My old career and business but also knew that we're self-help books. Had gone is like mimi. Mimi love me love me. Love me love me me me me. And that wasn't what we wanted to do. So we but we wanted to show the practicality how you can do it right. That's the great thing about self help books. They show you how to do things and this one would be an anti self self help book in that you would learn little things hopefully along the way if you can just take one thing away from one of the chapters that you can start doing then were on our way to to changing our society and the other part of it. Being partial memoir was an interesting decision because as we were writing the book. I was putting in stories of basically where i goofed up where i was. You know. definitely learning what it meant to to inform me about what a selfless place might be and so in the end we ended up with a part memoir. Anti self self help book. That ain't easy to describe the folks. that's that's kind of what it is. Yeah i mean. I think there's so many threats to this book. A memoir by definition is almost like a me book right like most of the memoirs is about me me me me and there will be nothing wrong with that. Frankly if you had written that book given everything you've done nudging your career spanning from business to journalism which we talked about in our previous episode before you know breaking a bunch of barriers for the asian american community. But also everything that you've done to take care of your father who has disease and also be an advocate for caretakers. That could have been a perfectly of miami book as it is and no one would blame you for writing. That and i guess you still wanted. Don't do something more right and that's me just made it harder on yourself but also much better better book you summarize it really well. I did make it harder on myself and we knew that it was going to be tough to get that sort of hybrid together. But you know i may only write one book entire career and i just wanted to save as much as i could especially given what i was seeing with the selfish pandemic it was it without. We try and look i understand. It's it's dot com to have those sort of mixes in it but that's why also had to bring in the team to help me..

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Bland, Henley Share Lead in a US Open That Is Really Open

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Bland, Henley Share Lead in a US Open That Is Really Open

"Russell Henley has maintained a share of the U. S. open late heading into the weekend I've never played this well in the U. S. open so I don't really have a good memory of what what the last few have been light besides maybe Shinnecock Handley after a seventy now joined at five under by forty eight year old brit Richard bland they hold a single shot played other lui use ties and Matthew Wolfe and to clear a Jon Rahm and Bubba Watson local favorite Xander Schauffele is among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo is in touch it even pot at the school he shares with Brooks Koepka Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa I'm Graham like us

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The Latest: Henley, Bland lead, Mickelson advances

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The Latest: Henley, Bland lead, Mickelson advances

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"lui" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"lui" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"lui" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

90 and Extra Time

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"lui" Discussed on 90 and Extra Time

"So he should be afforded the opportunity to still you know go with the way the contract was season ends he has the ability to move on so. I expect to to go to court. You know there's some other things that happened with Barcelona that you know Kinda soured messy a little. They didn't help him when he though those tax charges came up with his dad and I guess this whole time you know we have a saying in American sports you know. He was basically giving them like the hometown discount because Messi should be making. A lot more money or at least he should have been years ago So I don't know we'll see. But like I said, this is something that's going to be settled in court of law You know in the coronavirus just throws another wrench into the entire thing. Yes. City city is definitely I guess right now. The number one contenders the sign him I also read something. Excuse me. That apparently Neymar trying to get PSG to pursue. MESSI. Barcelona's already messy is not for sale. The only way they messy we'll be able to leave is through this clause in his contract he does have a a release clause in his contract, but the release clause is seven hundred million euros. And I, you know Man City, maybe psg they. They have that money to pay that. But I doubt it I doubt that anybody would pay that much money for you know thirty-three-year-old even though a thirty-three-year-old messy is better than. Ninety. Nine percent of the players in the world right now. But who knows so yeah Man City Psg, those are the teams right now that I guess are seriously taking a look at getting messy. Whether. It happens or not I don't know I would still say right now. with the president of Barcelona Saint. He'll resign keep messy and you know with Lalita siding with Barcelona there is still slight chance that Messi will be. Playing for Barcelona when the season stars I guess you know Ronald Koeman taken over. Wasn't something that you know messy I. Guess he just doesn't want to play under him. They were trained session for the upcoming season This weekend messy didn't show up You know he he is planning on leaving, but you know. If. The court decides that he still under contract I mean he could do a lot of American football players. He could hold out say I'm not GONNA play In. June tenth comes around I. Guess of Twenty Twenty One. He could decide it's time for him to move on. So. hopefully that doesn't happen but because. I wouldn't want to see a a season go on. We're macy's not playing. You know he is still arguably one of the best players in the world definitely top three best players in the world easily. And I think it's Kinda. Funny because this actually kind of helps Neymar to you know he was talking about going back to Barcelona. He was trying to get out of his contract with PSG arsenal is gonNA. Buy 'em they got grease men. And you know. I guess he was still trying to hope you know he could go back but now with Massey's leaving. He can still be the man in Paris. You know he's not going to go to Barcelona of Massey's not there..

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"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"They didn't know how to utilize their time got I think there's so much that I normally don't have time for. The during the covert, it's a great time to remain in contact with some clients. And just to you know I have projects. In Canada's while so. Virtual element has kept agron. Broughton opportunities for myself to oral. I'm doing I'm doing a session for. For The Indian counter. Jawing Indians from US and Indians from India under. It's a cultural role. It's a cultural session so i. mean wouldn't I wouldn't have otherwise had that opportunity gates that virtual? Ellen does open up a lot of opportunities. It's in how you. Find those opportunities. Yeah, well I, mean some of it is just just come up. I mean the recent. Lives matter protests spread it around the world as well to Australian of of the UK, there was a chapter there anyway and we. We have similar issues to us because it's the same colonialism. Britain Canada? So. It also concerned companies. Even my old employers uninformed they now we this we don't want. We want to make sure our staff a pre well treated. The Athletics Governing Body. Like you've got the international. Football Association you've got the same for athletics when I did my legs, they said we want to talk about because. Sometimes, it's an issue with managers and coaches get promoted and let. Especially in. They just don't get the jobs. There's other things going on. There's violence from the from the supporters in the stadium same frame bananas. Insane monkey chants and things like that saying is. They said we're doing a Webinar and they said they sent one to me because I was on their mailing list, the governing body and I'm GonNa web enough for that as well. so these are opportunity is e become up, or something's going on in and coming up, and it's not only about coby obviously, but stuff that you specialized specialize in Unites I. You know this cross cops work. I've been approached on. Companies. It, it's actually very closely connected with. Racism. Nation, it depends on how I modified that con-. You know the Cross Contra were isn't about. Learning about a culture it's about. You know what I met you. At the Verse Weed Man I? Don't look at Dave as in British Afro. British sorry I, don't. Advocate. african-amer! I see Davis Dave. There's there's. There's no. no filters. No nothing you know, we spoke. To Human Beings Exactly and that's how I like to promote that message to everybody like connect with people. You know not not just understanding I i. get it some cultures. The Chinese Culture jumpings culture. It's beneficial, so if you do business in those countries that you understand some of the local custom, Sir how? A beyond that you do need the skills communication skills to support you and the some of the attributes I are you. Do you have a genuine interest in connecting with somebody? Do Do you have the? Have the empathy to listen to somebody without interruptions and. As Fall. The listening skills some of the get good at asking questions because you want to understand Dave as a person. Rather than Oh, you know. Have you know we all? Sometimes? We have a mind so busy. Thinking of the next thing we want to, we want to say to this person Oh. You know I've had people come up to me and said you must be from Shanghai and I to say to them. Sorry not. So those kinds of you know assumptions of biases it's. It's becoming even more more of a A. Sensitivity issue. Around the world, it's not just not just in certain places any. Recent events is shine is global. Sunny. Say We're supposed to be in lockdown still still still have to stay at home policy. Certainly still not stop in a protest going out live and kicking. You know various different things going on really. Interesting Yeah. It's interesting that. Once in history, everybody. No matter where you are and talk about the same topic. Late Win had happened whether it's Kovin. or Like matters. have become global issues. Yeah, yeah, well I should. It was some race racism. Chinese people even people Asian of Asian descent because of the Kobe because. So there was a biggest and it still is a big issue, even in Australia there is. Same because I, don't want. You. Bring up racism there but I know there's been some issues, and it's from that distance even between America and they're gonNA make Canada. There are some daughter Sheridan candor exactly so these things will diesel. Racial bullying will be going on. In terms of that. Prejudice. And ignorance about covid and even Donald trump even said something as well which. We don't bring him in I've go I've actually got say expert my next episode, so tomorrow actually. Cyrus for repeat token about a- because it will be about the the protests and. Stuff that's gone on the political shape now ninety elections coming up, but Yeah! Is there anything there anything that? You have not talked about on the show or you. Try Not to talk about on your show. Which one on this episode or the show us your podcast in general no, but Archana talk about areas arm involved with. So, although I'm trying to most of it will be inspirational or making people's lives better be careful potential. Do, obviously especially on epic..

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"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Said positive self talk is nothing new to me and especially the epic so much better than me and other sports especially tennis in that you see him talking sometimes themselves not John. McEnroe's do because that's a different kind of Soto. Something positive. So that's that's something I know were quite well. is very important in in what's going on now in the world. Is some negativity of sleek. because. The brain teams to sort of divert to negatively when something bad happens, and you have to push it back to positively with Crown Barzan. Or these protests even in Hong Kong going on. Miss all this you know. I mean you know we can learn about all the All the skilled skills how to interact with other people, but you know the first dialogue we have with ourselves a little wake up. It's not Gerald I lot so. You know it was worthwhile to to mention it because. How you. How you communicate with anybody starts from online so if you know I I. You know I'm not I'm not an expert on positively or negatively, but there is a way that you can train your mind to be a more optimistic and yeah, our mind is totally trainable. It's to us, whether or not one to me. You know have the termination to go there. Has Been Experiments with the neurons, so you bill does neurons in your brains kind of shapes you're thinking. To put it is neuroscience anyway? That's where mindfulness comes into an stuff meditation, but. It's all in a science in May. It's proven stuff. Yeah! I mean I I wasn't. Born optimistic were, or you know very positive I. Mean I I've gone to. Share it with you. The many challenges in live and there are dips. You know your emotions like from one day even now, but you you. As you said you need to be mindful. Catcher thoughts. And when it goes too far to one side is going to have to. Will yourself back but again I mean everybody is different. You know I don't want to dismiss how easy it is but. You know we can do it if we were in China. Yeah, yeah? I mean as a as a site is a lot going on a moment and relationships and communications carbonate probably had had been key June lockdown. And I think we're Hong Kong actually has come out A-. I know there's now a second way being career in Asia kind of you know not as bad. What's going on in the Americas and even UK. I don't know about Canada actually I heard. Candidate has been hit bat, but from US downwards to Brazil is really bad. I caught up I this week and on Asia is. Doing not bad, you know from India world. We were two months ahead of lows. People so young he had that experience and Beijing is going to the second wave. I you know I. It's not something that we should Meta guard down just because. I think it's it's. You know it's proven that mouse We have a mouse. We're culture because of SARS in two thousand three, so people here are very mindful of the masses, not You know it's. It's out of respect for a year. and. A new K. I know he's unheard of someone. So some conveys Moslo. Is that what they're? Not Now not now but. We're up when I came to stay up. To and fro low have between you can can. Philippines but. Is a mosque wearing couch hair as well enough stopped over in. China. Bangkok and it's similar connor couch in Southeast Asia in Asia. With the. Jazz not doing too bad Her gradually reopening and I am grateful that the government On the. COPA medical team. They are doing their job. You Know I. Feel Bad for her some of the other nations. You know because of the leadership there that people are are. You know there anyway But I think at an individual level. We need to do Audi and then. Just looked to the country. There are doing better and looking at what they're doing and just do it We don't know you know instructions from the government. Just follow your heart. If you want to wear masks, just where it you know, know you know doesn't matter how on you look. It's for the protection of yourself and the people around you, that's. That's simple. But certainly the the new normal now emerging and We've we've everything people's health and fitness a bit more work life balance. Tell me how that's been shaping, and you know how you see your. Jacoby now. I actually had some very interesting. Observations on. I you know I look at how it. Impacts myself. You know. We went from Chinese New Year. Right to cove it. High End of end of January's so ever since January we've been on you know I mean. I remember Schuman's the. Exercise is a big part of my lifestyle, so the gym was open up until. Mid March when they started. You know your. Who? Were Kasich who had cases, so they had to. They had to and then following that the government just You know, impose the shutdown on all the James Plus. You know like spas and. Gain game rooms and facilities where there's a big crowds, so I think. I observe how covert impacts different personalities as well as an introvert. It didn't bother me that much 'cause I. You know I, don't I? Enjoy being inside I. Actually observe. How have more focused and disciplined? I was Lysol run on a I had the routine You know I think having routine is important. getting up going to bed time. Yup? I think. It all so. You know because of the I think as as someone who's self-employed. impacted us because of corporate. Were like completely came to a halt disrupted. We we had to yeah. We have to come up with different ways and everybody just. You know I was just observing how everybody off a sudden just jumped on soon and learning as I go and I found. You know since April of. Webinars and I was supposed to be in early Jude for comrades, percenting conference that went virtual while so I, you know I I've been busy sins. innovate Paul with presentations.

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"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"So. Was it just you just had an interest. Interest is I think next I. Think growing up on a I was quite an extreme introvert. Was not very self expressed? And that's. Probably part of the reason why. You know on merit, student workout so inability to express or communicate. and. Growing up in a family. Where my memory of education was. Silent, treatment, the big crane. which in how very good? Models. Harney from you know appearance so as an adult I've had to work I'll myself A. Big. In the nation so I think on a personal level on a professional level that interests made, but at the same time I know it's something very important that I need to master. And, I, you know I. Unlock. I realized my personality of Introversion Cana. Would hold me back on on things not where I wanted to, it will get me where I wanna go so I kinda had to push myself. Beyond my comfort zone and learn to network. After I came bonk and. Pursue speaking, and and did all the things that Let, me. you know moved to where I where I am. Yeah Yeah. Scrape now you foam. Ilia! In the air Ginny conscious. That's connects connects actually. My my nephew gave you that idea. It's actually a second half of nineteen. and. Because of Communication You know the role of the purpose of communication is to connect with other people right so I. I took that idea and his idea of of the second half of my name and I tag on connect. We played with a lot of things. Yeah, so I I typically I do corporate training. Coaching, helping professionals. To Boys in her. Age! US to. Elite to? talk about leadership that's. Japan's how you communicate your your self across. You know. How will you delegate you negotiate? All that is true to. Say Okay. Okay so you form the company and I listened to one podcast of over show you recent show you've been on. Our you've done seven. four-under. Follow on session. conce interviews with this. All THK. Show that right. Yeah, that's that's the. Radio Television Hong Kong. Station here. And in the first. PODCAST I listen to. Why communications matters in leadership You went on to explain. Why is it the other? Sit other podcasts with them, which is listening boundaries or anticipated feat that cross country, Cross, cultural communication, positive self talk. So why did he? Go into those areas or Tommy more elaborate, more less sure sure so. Froyer I. Think it was and of two thousand eighteen. I do this as a as a personal rich wall twenty. During Q. For every year, I would sit down. And plan the year ahead so that year I said to myself Oh. What would I like to try you know next year? And I said to myself I left to do some real work. And I think in life once you are taking light. You want you begin to attract or identify the opportunities that you want so It was somebody that I met. In two thousand seventeen. At an event, that was part of the Kennel and she actually is the host of the. Radio and we caught up that year over Christmas and she was. Covering a shift at the radio station and we talked about it was timely. It happened You know it around time of year. Where go setting what Rela, so I went on and become her gas and I did three shows prior to accusation serious. At the end of the third after the third show she said to me, she go You know I'm I'm back at the studio in the fall of twenty, one thousand, nine hundred. Why didn't you pick something like to talk about? Back every, week, So I. You know. I looked at looked at that time at that times, a lot of communications, work and I said. Why do I do I do this? Think of seven topics. It was seven weeks. I think a seven topics and package it and I'll come. Come to the station every week and I'll. Talk on one of them and. because. Of My work with professionals in corporations, and even looking at you know my own development. I thought of some of the things that are often challenging for people shoe, understand or to master. and those. That's how I came up with those topics and the first one just so happen that the first show kicked off during leadership. International Leadership Week so suggested Oh why don't we talk about? Leadership sized great on August. Combine the two and talked about. The importance of leadership skills in leadership, and so that's how that was birth, and the how the whole show was birth. Oh well okay so The other topics, listening boundaries, authenticity, or overlaid so obviously to to. Take Communication Feedback Cross cultural communication which we, we spoke about because. And the self-talk plus pazder sell. Talk is something that. I did sports I did well our compete at Games actually so the first one ever in Asia, but I was indulging in sports as well as obviously in the fizo's in neater, Chunky, positive there as well on another..

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"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"When I left. Canada made a promise to myself that I would go home every summer and I've done that all you have promise all right I'm, but between two thousand fifteen and twenty sixteen I actually left Hong, Kong for about a year and a half I'll come fell at that time. I felt that I was probably done with Hall and my appearance were also getting up there with age, so I thought okay I'll go. And, I worked throughout the year and a half. With the Great you know I after a month. You know arriving home. I was. I. I was working again. And I really liked that job even though I You know how to to. Take a much lower job. Just to just to get back into the community. Left. Know left it for too long. But that job actually. gave me sharpen my skills for the next chapter. On in two thousand seventeen, I actually decided to come back in two thousand sixteen, I actually had an opportunity to come back to. Deliver a project training for an aviation company and Injuring a chance to. Look at the market again and at a time it was good so I made a decision to come back. Really twenty seventeen and it's been three years. Okay well I mean. We skipped a bit because when you when you actually relocate or you the first time when you decided. Point in life. You. Actually, that's what led you to the work. You're doing now, so tell us about that. You've got to Hong. Kong headed that all that evolve to lead into the wacky doing now I went back to. So so I shared that my first eighteen years in Canada was in corporate administration, so went to university. An ounce shared that. On. de Degree in. Our? In Secretarial Studies, so I had a long standing of administrative career in Canada and then. Period of time. Allowed me to see what my strengths were in communication was something that not only fascinated me, but also it was something that always good at, but then communication. It's a life long journey a dozen stop at eighteen years. I still today, and and still learning so I. I saw that strength to myself and I. I wanted to I. didn't I have no idea what I would come back to in two thousand but. Deep Down I just know that a transfer what I had learned from the West to east begun at that time I. Think I'll. Work Skills or workplace scales. You know the West was still ahead. And I didn't have anything to walk into, but I just knew that somehow. My role. Would be to transfer my knowledge whether it's in teaching or training. Or coasting or mentoring it's in some form of shape in in those roles and I think you know ten years. Ten years after my relocation have tackled. you know I continue to choose like I. You know professional writing. Training did public workshops even at the time. On and off, I have fulltime job, I would still try to do some psychics. Cave that? where I'm now to pave, long journey. You know continue to do. June occasions related work. Yeah! Y Communications was there was something that led you to get involved with.

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"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"lui" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Yes you're welcome. You're welcome of quite well acquainted with. We've actually had a chat. We met anyway socially before before this offering. A great story to to share in them, obviously with your expertise around a communications area show somebody audience to listen to my show lights to pick up on. On some of the tips you could share as well but. Before we begin. I know that you from you actually spent some time in Canada Very Young Age and then you decide to go return back to your roots. And then rely rely Katie Baxter has in Asia which led to do the stop. You're doing now, So I was from Hong Kong. Big Family of. Five siblings and parents I think we you know. I grew up in the sixties and I think I mentioned Call, through the nineteen sixty seven riots, so I do as A. I think in the early Seventies. That was big wave of immigrants. Similar similar to you, know I'll. Pull gone breast in the recent year. Yeah Yeah set off a lot of uncertainty in people's mind. So sixty seven. Sixty seven brides wasn't about China then was. It must have been about also the British climate I think it was yeah. I was a little too young to. Share the history, so you're now. It's very interesting for me to go back to. Some of the documentary and understand that history myself so you know I I in the early seventies see family up rooted at solve to eastern Canada. And I. by the time I came back in two thousand one I spent more time in West that I had in in my birthplace You know at that time. I wanted a change a single mom. I just wanted a change, so I took a year off before moving back. You know got that year that I took off. I wanted to sort out where life was going. Next so and one day. I said Yeah I'll call. I'm going Oh okay. So yourself as a Hong Kong, and did you feel that way in Canada I? Mean because I. Know I'm from Maine, have more of a Caribbean influence without my dad's from Mauritius which is on the Indian. Ocean tropical island on the. Net. East Coast Africa but. Mostly in Britain, there is a strong cultural of Caribbean Community. They saw felt more that from my mom's side. but so for you feel. You had the Hong Kong in Union while he's grown up and Kennedy. Do I mean I feel British. You feel you a Canadian. As? You know it's it's. It's very individual. Question I think I left Kong when it was. Why Young. Thirteen I think I just had. Charles Thirteen, year. you know during my lesson? I was trying to figure out you know which cultured. Whoever's eight more with your? Where do I stood there I? Think you know this is my nineteenth year in Hongkong. Many Westernize Asians who young to. This part of the world and feeling the same way in how? Do I fit in here. Do I would went along. When I came back eighteen years ago, yeah! It took a little bit of adjustment. You know I knew what the local couch was like and I You know it took me a little time. 'cause growing up in the West. It was certain things that. obviously I was more used to house since in in the West, and so that took a little while for me to understand, and I think you constantly understanding culture until you live it and to this day I'm still learning grouch so much about a culture. Right you you. You've got two to three under your belt so. But the thing is. Yeah Yeah, yeah I, mean obviously. and Mauritius for be over a long period of time, maybe a bit longer than since well, the Ni- is. NBA Is. I think. I embody some of the Chinese cultures very much so but I think the way I think. It's definitely more our West on, but being able to you know the eighteen years have have actually. to understand how the local mindset or the Chinese mindset or the Asian mindset. How it operates. That understanding over time. I realized that it's actually very important to us that perspective on the stuff that I do. so typically I go in. Into a corporations and some consulting. Let's say you have an issue with some of your staff and I listened to your story and I would try to Angolan what might be. The Hiccup. Bed. CASSISI disconnect or the. In slide, the team isn't. Placed on a cross cultural mean through cross, cultural issues or just anything communication wise. There's usually an underlying cross cultural element in there Carr's Hong Kong. It's very multicultural. You walk into any. workplace. The team culture. It's quite multicultural. Yeah Yeah! Yeah I say last year thing took a decent and they're actually and the first time I was in two thousand and six with work colleagues that the World Fifi Games there. So It's a small place, but central. If you're in central is like you're in a real buzzing. Culprit. In different to any other big corporate in Singapore Lord New York. So it is now, it's not that really the ace mousy cultural where I stayed was. It wasn't just Hong concrete for standard. It was others not I mean tourism, other people ex passer. Heaven Heaven set that A lot of people think that very westernized, but this is still. There as value. In work plays in a company culture in across society and many corners it's. You know. You need to understand some of the hierarchy in some of the. You other stay there long enough for the offering and I almost data for about ten days maybe two weeks and then. Last year. Just over a year ago was only there for the weekend four days so i. Really you need to stay long enough to see all that. So yeah. So right so. You recently left Canada. Why did you leave Canada what what made you think? Okay? I'm going back. What was what was your think in them? as I mentioned earlier i. I left the culture at a very young. And I think at that time I. Think I shared in the right up that After after working for eighteen years at one day at work I. You know I had a empathy and I said to myself. You know I caught myself doing this. I retired. So I took the next year and I think. Many occasions the story behind why people do the work they do. It's often linked to personal reasons. So at that time I was going through Midlife a single. Relationship, all kinds of south and I think right. Grandmother had passed away, so it was Kamat of Saint. Stirred up. I'm with you now. Yeah, just give some deep thinking about you. Live from where you're Goin' stuff. Yeah Okay so so Hong Kong came about obviously haven't turned back. 'cause he is quite place to their buffing Kismayo and I'm not that far off in bouncing between you and him reside life for the last five years so Only you're only two hours flight from me, which is nothing really? Yeah I.

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Comfort in Social Distancing with Lainey Lui and Duana Taha

Forever35

05:44 min | 2 years ago

Comfort in Social Distancing with Lainey Lui and Duana Taha

"Are you doing okay? Well I'm exercising at home That has been my gym. Did an online workout today. So I did that this morning is I think we plan to try to maintain as much of a routine as possible. You know. Do feel like we're coming at this from a fortunate point of view because we work from home already. Yes I agree. I don't feel like I have to adjust that part of my life. It's more than I also am kind of focusing on making sure. My kids have consistency and schedule and staying engaged. So we've set up a family schedule for them that doesn't include like TV and screen time and their tablets but is a lot of like learning and playing. And I hope I'm hoping to make their own lunches every day and try to like some personal responsibility as well so I think scheduling helps communicating with. Everybody helps. Yeah. We're talking about talking about a lot of stuff and talking talking it out with our kids and they've been really really flexible and wonderful about everything which is really kind of been awesome. We're watching more movies. We watched e. We watch right now. My children are watching frozen to thank you. Disney plus for releasing that early. Because they're thrilled. And that keeps them busy while doing this. Podcast so they aren't barging in seconds. And then we're going to do you know. I think they have some good audio books. And some podcasts that they love and then plus. We have kind of some school stuff. We're going to do and we've been talking about like some activities like I bought some blank books and where everybody's going to write a book. Oh that's so cool. What a great idea. Well this it's all great right now in the idea phase. Let's see how if we execute it and get it done in my in my brain. I'm like sit and write drafts of our little books. Color them and but like truly my youngest had a little bit heading into meltdown territory. Just making her bed this morning so I'm a little bit like. How is this really going to go? I don't know yeah but you know we're just going to do the best we can. That's all we can do. That's all we can do. All we can ask for all that can happen right now. The most important thing is that we stay home. So that's what we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA. We're doing that well you know. I'm staying home really well. Yes same. I've been I've been going on long walks with Henry and with Bo not together. We don't separately because we don't walk them together and that's been really nice. I did I ran into some friends on our walk yesterday. We kept a six distance from each other. They were also with their baby. Was it was really nice to just even just nice to see them. Because you know we're not seeing many people. Yeah and I finally did that at home. Yoga I've been threatening to do for so long I did. I did yoga with Adrian. It was great as as advertise. What class did you do? I did a yoga for gratitude practice. Ooh Yet felt very you know on theme and yeah. It felt really good. I'm going to try to didn't do it yesterday. I did it Saturday night But I would like to try to do it every day every other day just tried. I want to try to move my body at some point. I'm looking into some online workouts. If people have suggestions online workouts or other online yoga classes or online dance classes like anything. I would love to hear them because I finally have enough room to actually work out in my in my home Which is which is great. So I've seen a lot of to hear people suggestions. A lot of fitness studios are offering classes online. Which is so cool. Yes so cool did you. I don't know if you saw this and this you know. We're recording this and actually think listeners. You might have time to catch this. The indigo girls are doing a online performance. Yes I did see that when she gets happening the day. This comes out yet six. Pm Eastern Yup. So look if you tune into that indigo girls concert. I'll be there watching with my kids already. Today was like on Thursday. We're going to be going to an integral show. They were like in-person. Everything's digital right now. I just love that. I think that's really fun. Way To come together. Dorey. I've also been Marco Polo ing like crazy. Oh you have with who the friend. I have kind of three main group chats going. My My high school friends my college friends and then my like local community mom friends. Oh Fun and that is keeping me like laughing. And I don't want to say keeping me sane because I I kind of hate that term. But yes making me feel more connected to people and especially because we're all experiencing you know. I have people who are closer to the virus than I am and it's really scary. It's kind of just keeping me feeling connected and in a community.

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"lui" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"lui" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"Elite agent. And join this week once again by Market Woods Sam. Great to be back until you what this podcast did to me. Well actually took me back to a place that I love in the world. Yeah Singapore yeah. Today's guest is Jonathan. Louis who is the founder of Soho APP and the CO founder of one of my favorite APPs eight Oscar. We've used a lot of H. Hoskins Time Him we are absolutely entrepreneurial business whether it's getting somebody in here to You know as we formerly referred to it as doing stamp looking for forgetting extra out the door or even for getting. Yom help was up at conferences. Eric just to be out of stuff. Show bags you can hire. Plumbers handyman all that sort of stuff. Which is is pretty interesting. So Johnson is currently based in Saint Paul and he is the founder. Soho at which it's interesting so you know what it reminded me a little bit often. We talk about this in. Podcast is it reminded me a little bit of follow it which is still taking a break from following. I think for the rest of time but yes. So interestingly. Like on Soho you can follow various properties and various people and things like that and it's free to use and to me loss or what would happen. If you put Soho naturebox get together with the property in the middle. You flag that with Jonathan during the conversation. Didn't you a very interesting answer that you'll have to listen to find.

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MA Supreme Court Justice Supports Daughter's Basketball Dreams

Jay Talking

04:21 min | 2 years ago

MA Supreme Court Justice Supports Daughter's Basketball Dreams

"For some time now state Supreme Court justice has been preoccupied with what's happening in the court and on the court a basketball court WBZ's Carl Stevens spoke with marble head girls high school basketball player Maddy lui and her father justice David Lowy you're in your senior year you towards the end of your high school basketball career and every step of the way for many years your dad has been by your side and I just wonder what that has meant to you I think it's when everything is something that we've done together something that's made our relationship so strong in every time we're having a tough game or the other teams having a streak I can just look into the stands and now he's supporting me either way and it's not just at the games right right every Saturday we drive up to Topsfield and have a basketball lesson and then all through the fall and spring since I was about nine or ten years old driving to three hours to a few tournaments what is he like a game so focused if anyone comes the game doesn't talks until halftime is just completely tuned in your dad was telling me stories about how you guys together would listen to books right yeah can you talk to me about that so that's something we love to do we have the longer rise to a U. tournaments in I think my favorite book that we ever listen to was educated can you talk about the importance and I know this is kind of repetition of my first question but I'm looking for a little more out of the because we're talking about from the age of nine two how old are you now senator okay so those eight years he's been with you every step of the way mile after mile game after game what has that meant to you you're almost a young woman now what is that meant to you I think it's just it's taught me how important it is to have a support system in someone that you can count on and he's taught me so much taught me being having grace under pressure in big games taught me about a commitment to excellence saying that you can't just want to win on the night of the game but this time you have to want to win in the fall in the summer in the spring before the season you gonna miss him for sure all right dead no the same question I asked your daughter what has this relationship meant to you over the years well the best part about basketball is they get to spend time with my daughter the joy of it is to drive they are talking about the game and just having a chat about whatever comes up and the way home we dissect the game afterwards and then we just seamlessly have wonderful conversations so best part basketball is the time with her they tell me happy all the time a lover just the same way they should have it for another three pointer again she had five in a row I know how much work how much time your work takes I mean you redeem them you're working a lot and yet the amount of time you've devoted to your your daughter that's intense and I just wonder how and why you were able to make that time well family first and that the games in the corner in between games reading transcripts from reading briefs but we have a we have a great time and it there's always enough time for the family you can always get up a little earlier you can always stay up a little later you can always put a few more hours and but you family comes first and she's a senior she's gonna be graduating and moving out to the university of Virginia and I just wonder what your thoughts are about that well I'm thinking about getting a faculty position out there my thoughts are that you know she's been preparing for this moment or her whole life she's ready and that's part about being a parent is be proud when they're ready to go Maddie is we wrap this up I just wonder if you go back in your memory if there any favorite memories that you have of your dad at a basketball game I remember when I was nine or ten my dad made a mistake about the game time when I was playing up in Newbury park for a travel game I think the game is that one and we got there at ten in most kids would probably be screaming and yelling that they had to wake up extra early but we saw an open court and I think we shop around for one or two hours and then got lunch before the game and it ended up number one being an awesome day together number two for a fifth grader I think I shot the best ever had the basketball season for the marble had high school girls basketball team ended earlier this week when they lost in the

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Hong Kong hurdler Vera Lui’s former coach arrested for indecent assault

00:41 sec | 4 years ago

Hong Kong hurdler Vera Lui’s former coach arrested for indecent assault

"Of is the us state of texas has begun to point troops on the border with mexico within seventy two hours the texas military department will have two hundred and fifty personnel along with ground surveillance vehicles as well as light and medium aviation platforms the of brazilian president lula da silva is holed up with supporters after missing a deadline to hand himself into begin a twelve year jail sentence spent the day talking to federal police has lawyers to try to sabotage the terms of how he would hand himself in or whether he would force an arrest russia's promising a tough response to new sanctions imposed by the united states on key allies of president putin also in the program.

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