35 Burst results for "Taipei"

"taipei" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

03:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"taipei" Discussed on Good Life Project

"The idea of the breath and breathing and how it relates to the movement of this thing called energy. I had a background in yoga. So pranayama, which was the Sanskrit word for essentially constraining or manipulating energy, was breathing exercises. And it seems like when you cross so many different traditions at the heart of working with manipulating changing moving energy, is some focus on breathing. Yes, I think so. And I'm self taught as you know. I mean, I was trained in acupuncture, but the energetic aspects of it. I sort of worked out myself. And I had quite by accident again. Everything happens to be by accident. It turns out. But I had taught myself to breathe in a way that created internal resonance. And that is measurable. That's what the biofeedback doctors measure actually is that the way they teach people to breathe in a certain way so that they create internal resonance between the breath and the heart. And I had taught myself to breathe in a certain way that creates resonance between my brain and the breath and the heart. And I think that's the triad for healing. And it creates a great deal of calm in me. And that calm in me creates a great deal of calm in the patients. And in my real life, outside the clinic called my other life. I am not necessary. The most calm person. My husband always jokes that I'm the only Taipei acupuncturist he knows. We have a big clinic and I'm always thinking of new things to do. I'm not a particularly calm person, but in the clinic I go into this very calm space, which I love for me. Selfishly, it's like my little respite from running the business the writing books and they got booked her and I just recently I've been on book tour for months now and I say to my husband, I miss the patients I miss the clinic. Well, what I really miss, I do miss the patients and I do miss the clinic and my lovely colleagues, but what I really miss is the version of myself I am with the patients which is calm and that has to do with breathing. And obviously I could breathe the rest of the calmly for the rest of my life. That would be, but I'm a work in progress that I'm getting there. But you know, I taught myself to stay very centered in clinic and that is that comes from the breath. Yeah, I love that. Yeah, I love all these connections. You and I could talk for a long time. But I think it's a good place for us to come full circle as you sit here at this moment in your life if I offer up the term to live a good life. What comes up? Love, love, I think, comes up more and more for me. Community, I have been thinking a lot about how to create community, real communities supportive community in a world that is so virtual. And has communities that are so superficial. And I am thinking about kindness and compassion and love in a fearful world, the expensive energy of love. I've stopped being as scared as I was when I was younger. I think you hit your 50s and you start to think I don't care what anyone thinks of me actually. Like, why would I care about everybody's projections? So I don't get scared in the way that I used to. I don't hide my light in the way that I used to because of that. And I want to use the time I'm on earth to connect. I think we're here to be connected with each other in ways that are tangible and.

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Blinken raised concerns about Taiwan with China

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Blinken raised concerns about Taiwan with China

"Secretary of state Antony Blinken was met with Chinese foreign minister **** Yi as part of the group of twenty summit the out reach is designed to ensure that the intensely competitive relationship between the world's two largest economies doesn't veer into open conflicts state department officials say Lincoln said China has increased tensions with regard to Taiwan that America wants to continue its one China policy which recognises Beijing but allows informal relations and defense ties with Taipei a further goal is to maintain an open line of communication with Beijing and set up a virtual meeting later this year between president Joe Biden and China's xi jin ping I'm Charles collect as much

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"taipei" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle

The 5 AM Miracle

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"taipei" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle

"Your schedule isn't working. And i feel like that's the message that i have to remind myself frequently. Which is that. yes yesterday's example. This yesterday i missed a workout. They normally don't miss and today i mad about that. I wanted to ask questionable what happened. How do i prevent that. How do i fix. My schedule's can get back on track because that to me is as indicative of the bigger picture right if we don't have time for rest than what. What are we doing because you're right to that point. The workday will just continue will burn ourselves out which just is a is a losing battle. Yeah i i think you bring up. A great point to is a lot of us. That are kind of like the taipei or high achiever high performing kind of people. We tend to kind of associate a lot of guilt with those things to where we're quite hard on ourselves. Where like i'm with you. I have those moments. Where like i beat myself up because i missed a workout or i didn't get through everything that i wanted to accomplish. That day in that comes back to kind of like. Sometimes we don't necessarily have the best relationship with ourselves but we think of if we want to be able to coach ourselves or coach other people. It starts with being able to coach ourselves. And if i'm writing myself and saying like you didn't put in today like you messed up. You do what you set out to do. I'm not going to get the best for myself by coaching myself. In that kind of language. I'm already limiting. What i'm capable of that day by kind of like just really being kind of like almost like mean to myself where i really want to if i want to bring out the best in me i gotta realize. Hey maybe other priorities came up. My kid was sick so i had to stay home that day. I couldn't get through my to do list or maybe the car broke down. So i couldn't get to my workout. Those are things where it's like getting back to that being gentle with ourselves really allows us to kind of again. I think that's the hard part. Is that idea of like..

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Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:00 min | 8 months ago

Is Taiwan About to Lose Another Long-Term Ally to Beijing?

"Is the upcoming election in honduras in central america causing a storm over fourteen thousand kilometers away in east asia. The answer is the country's longstanding relationship with taiwan which china claims as its own territory and allegations that beijing is trying to undermine the historical ties between taipei and all seagull palm. Well some some ellis bloomberg's taipei bureau chief. And he's on the line with more something. Can you begin by filling us in on that relationship between taiwan and honduras. Well hundreds is one of taiwan's last few remaining official diplomatic allies so one of the last few countries anywhere in the world. The officially view taiwan as a country so photon The importance of maintaining as many of these last fifteen allies as possible is huge. Like it is Really crucial to maintaining. It's the tight covered. Taipei governments claimed that. Taiwan is a sovereign independent country separate from the people's republic china. Now of course the relations that These last few allies have with taiwan officially the republic of china taiwan the state. And taiwan's official name. You know a legacy. Leftover from the government that used to rule china before the people's republic had sleds to taiwan during the civil war. And so you know over the last eight years. More and more countries have been switching recognition to beijing. As the people's republic of china is the official government of china. So y- taiwan is is very much invested in maintaining these last few allies as as possible Because it really does. Maintain this claim that taiwan suffered sovereign independent

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"taipei" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"taipei" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"I'm going to get better anyway. Because that's what i want. Yeah and like. I'm gonna make content. That i know like going forward. My goal with next few months is actually to make content. Because i think it's good and oftentimes it's going to look more professional polished. And that means it's gonna perform worse than social media but ultimately you know have an audience but i my paying audience as of the very very small percentage of my audience that are like marketers who could hire and they actually appreciate the you know something a little more technical or profession. Yeah and so. I think for me. I'm not look i've got. Some more rebalancing portfolio probably going to do less of iphone stuff. I'm not gonna get away from it. Kintyre because i genuinely enjoy doing it by. I'm just not only going to pump out that. I'm going to do what my genuine interests are. Even though i know it's going to be less numbers. Yeah i think all somewhere on a one of those analytics pages that your followers break down into four categories and only remember two of them but there are saying like followers people that like you for your content and want to like ingest it and there's also the buyers of the people like you said like the actually pay you the leads for your jobs and so it's like i. What we have to do is have a balance of it. Like polish shots iphone shots and then anything in between just playing the game playing the game always. It's a fun game. If you a which i should i should sit down and like really think of it like a game because if anything is a game. I wanna win exactly. Yeah i feel like with all this all these promotions and growth hacks and stuff like you have to find what makes what about it makes it fundamentally otherwise. It's just exhausting. it really is. I remember when clubhouses really high and everyone was in clubhouse like getting all the growth. Hack advice and i'm just like i make loss did it here listening to all this was. Oh my god. I remember that that was like where is it still happening now clubhouse now i i still happening not i remember being on in the very beginning and being in all of the growth. Hack a rooms and then taking notes and then trying to implement them. It was like this isn't for me. Like i'm i'm not this thinker like i'm creative taipei mentality when it comes to organization but like i i don't know i feel like that's that's a skill set that i do not have but before we end. I really want to ask one last question in. This can go any way that you want. But since you've had like so many different avenues in your journey but if you could give one piece of advice for anyone that is a creative or wants to be creative in any sort of capacity what is your kind of life motto or advice that you would give to them okay. My advice is don't take anyone's advice. that's here. i love that. Because why would you even listen to that anyway. Sort of meta. But like what..

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"taipei" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"taipei" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"Liked to say out loud to that. My clients here the flip of it like what is that. They launched that the are smart enough that they are ready to take that leave that they are deserving of getting a raise and so that just starts to implement new programming takes practice and before we can even do that or before it will be effective. You really have to get to the core on like why that belief is there to begin with you. make me. i'm like this. Has been great. But i have to go. Do breath work right now. That's you're incredibly persuasive. You argue that teaching people how to connect with their breath can change their lives. What does that look like for. People that you've worked with physically has looked like pain-free migrants being on being able to sleep. It looks like feeling happier hopeful. Clear more confident and the breath work just really helps to change the energy one of the reasons that i also fell in love with breath work is that i was doing the work you yourself would be doing. The active readings you're the one experiencing the sensations the release. The thoughts in your mind is well that to me will so empowering as opposed to just go into a here that's giving your card reading or even therapists like this is more embodied. That was powerful. And i did that for myself. That's really cool that a lot of times people are stuck in their head at the beginning. Because you're so caught up in the technique in the protective mechanisms that go off. When they're trying something new that i would suggest. Give it another shot now. That you've expensive breathing that you know what to expect in. You're not anticipating what's going to happen. When is she going to say next that way. You can be no more relaxed and have more of the benefits of the. I just love all my fellow taipei's who are showing up in your classes being like i gotta do this right. I gotta make sure. I got this really not understanding the core assignment here. Yeah but compassion. Because i'm the same way. Like i am a perfectionist and you know straight a student so i totally get it but it's also have been really cool to experience not being in control and seeing the magic that unfolds from that and just creating a life for myself i would have never been able to dream of because when you're so planned out yet you're gonna get something else. There's been so much abundance in just a different way. That has changed my life. Because i have decided to let go that control and that perfect plan and so let me try to let go and see what happens and son incredible. I can't think of a better note to end on. Thank you so much. Cue which a pleasure talking to you. Deep breath okay. Here is what. I learned that i plan to use immediately. Check in on your breath. It is a powerful window into your state of mind. Breath exercises can be a great way to just reconnect with yourself. It might be uncomfortable. That's a towel. Maybe even the point change real change comes with consistency so come back to this again and again while on focuses on breath work i also really value her reminder to just get back into our bodies we've talked a lot about thinking and plotting and planning and assessing our way out of being stuck but sometimes a walk outside a solid stretch a moment. Notice how.

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"taipei" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"taipei" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"Him next time instead of going down to the muscle bed stay above that muscle. Bet especially when we're massaging and thous clavicle lymph nodes your sem muscles right there. That's you don't wanna work too hard in their. You wanna work that fluid in this very light manner you want sort of grip that fluid move it to its maximal stretch. Let go let the skin rebound and then keep moving. So it's the sort of like half moon movement 'cause you're moving towards lymph notes. It's funny though. Because as i am you tell me if you found this as americans we like everything so hard and so on and more and so it is. I think that's why you're right. It is the wild wild west. Were kind of like learning about yes. The benefits of light yes. I always like to talk to people. It's you know you have your taipei personality and you've got your type b. personality and i always get the type eight people and i'm like come sit on the couch. That's what we were talking about before. Like like the fast modem the slow mode and what i love about lymph. Is it really screeches. You back to the slow mode or i will spell asleep before we started the show. And you're gonna be able to do the show housing about to pass out. Which is why. I always sort of say to people. Don't like do the lymph guetta lymph massage like after the big night out like not before not only reaches relaxes. You so relaxes you so much. And if you're gonna go out drinking like.

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Should You Take a Magnesium Supplement?

Bowl of Life

01:53 min | 9 months ago

Should You Take a Magnesium Supplement?

"I tackle magnesium. Because i don't think that's a lot of people think about that as a supplement a lot or taking it as a supplement. I know that. I really haven't ever thought too. Much about magnesium. So why do why do we need it and i guess kind of from your perspective as wow your own personal journey of taking it You know how did that. Change your own health and wellness. Yeah course on so. Eighty percent of americans are actually deficient in magnesium. Magnesium is involved in more than six hundred reactions our body while energy creation to protein formation to gene maintenance muscle movements it regulates your nervous system. It's really kind of the he nutrient. I think that is so important. Our bodies and for me. It has given me more energy helped with my sleep. More than i could tell you Personally i'm a taipei person. Not my mind isn't stop. And ever. Since i've started taking the magnesium i take it has a sleep like a baby. That's his your i may gets roof. You're talking to you to taking this. Snap mind is the same way are like you know if we like. Hang out with friends or something. I'll like think about the whole converse anal have trouble sleeping because i'll like replayed organization my and it's really helps with my depression as well which i know. Healing my gut has helped that too but the magnesium has really helped Just kind of find more communist in my mood again with a how important sleep well Sleep feel like is sometimes more important than food and exercise and the magnesium has has really helped with

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"taipei" Discussed on Don’t Get Me Started

Don’t Get Me Started

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"taipei" Discussed on Don’t Get Me Started

"A little bit about this sort of the data number stuff but like i'm really curious about i'm curious about you. The way brain works right as a creative person. Like what prepared you or did or was it an aid for you. To think tactically and to see sort of was was was the career in an agency relationship with agency clients. Something that illuminated you about how creative as part of a bigger picture. You basically tactical thinker in general and you've found a way to plug it in. That's a good question. I think that i've i've always The whole like left brain right brain conversation. I i am true and true. A very logical taipei thinker. I think a lot of creatives aren't aren't that taipei. I think that In that being logical being a taipei thinker. I think that i look for solutions to problems. and i think with that. I bring the ability to think creatively to a logical problem solving. I train of thought which kind of limits me in a sense. It doesn't allow me to be the most innovative always but it allows me to problem solve better than most And it's a. It's a tough thing because i think that i've come to points in my career as a creative director where i'm not necessarily the best person to reinvent the entire world to break open a new opportunity but i think that i'm a very tactical and logical thinker with with a creative problem solving project management. Sort of mentality more or less. Yeah i think the biggest challenge and this is a total personal tangent is identifying the right problem sometimes. Yes i mean. I think sometimes like knowing where to get where where to dive super deep into something and just kind of like. Just keep things moving for me. It's sort of like okay if we nail any one of these things. What's the one that's can have the biggest impact right. What's the what's the problem. That is the most valuable problem to solve for this small part of the business or this big huge part of the business and to me..

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"taipei" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:21 min | 11 months ago

"taipei" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Stuff's free agent camps of minnesota. And that's when they gave us the ahead ahead. They wanted to bring us on for a summer league out minnesota so that was kind of a way for them to evaluate. Not just all players coaches. See how you work on the floor with the guys you know. Kind of put that system in john. Lucas was the coach at the time. So it was kinda neat have in our staff from iowa. They're part of the minnesota staff and then Teams bringing some foreign coaches getting a mix of those guys as well. It was really need so get into you. Know work with guys in minnesota during our training camp if you will before summer league and then you know being out there during practice in these guys in their journey. It was a lot of fun. It's huge obviously Getting back Before i had some familiarity coming back then do you want to do as an assistant coach. Alison incredible how that all kind of comes full circle near your back with the i awards and that at that point was the g. league. You've really sirnak get an introduction. Maybe the jewelry changed so much in that last year. I mean what was maybe the difference between what you experience dealing before that rolls aside and would you came back to win your with wolves just figures later. Say the biggest thing was. Obviously you know. I think how many teams i think it got to about twenty six twenty seven teams are only a couple of teams at the time. That didn't that weren't really affiliated. I know i know denver in portland was wine. 'cause our second year in iowa. We actually had a few players from denver with us when we had rain. Goodwin thomas welch. Who came with us. You know on during that time but also say just how close the teams operate with each other to me. I feel that the g. league now it's when people talk about the g. league in the nba. I don't really see him as a separate organization separate leagues because you have so many the same people working together so many players going back and forth now is essentially see the same organization..

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Slowing Down To Create Space

The Daily Boost

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Slowing Down To Create Space

"Over the years. I've done a whole bunch of coaching and consulting pretty much every variety you can You can imagine a lot of very very high performance highly driven taipei individuals and sometimes not but those folks come to me the ones that are just raring to get things done. They come to me and they just want to push harder and harder and harder and there are two things that i always have to work very very hard to get them to do when i do. They have success. They get back balanced Balanced again and begins to the direction. They wanted to go right. Number one is this. I always say we need to slow down. My first goal is to take somebody who's spinning spinning spinning spinning spinning. And slow them down. Hold him back. what scott. you're gonna hold people back. yeah i do because when a slowdown it creates some space and they can start to see what's really important not caught up in the in the drama of the day. If you will. That's number one. So i try to slow down. They don't have to stay there forever. We just want to get them focused and then they can speed up

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"taipei" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"taipei" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Taipei Sunday aboard a China Airlines cargo plane. Taiwan's health minister was there and said he was touched to see them. The American Institute in Taiwan, which serves as the de facto US Embassy, said in a statement that the donation quote reflects our commitment to Taiwan. Self governed democracy is claimed by China. Taiwan accuses Beijing of blocking vaccine access as it confronts a surge of the virus just around 6% of its 24 million people are at least partially vaccinated. Beijing has been ramping up pressure against Taiwan militarily. Last week, China flew 28 warplanes into Taiwan controlled airspace. The largest reported incursion to date, Amy held. NPR NEWS Chicago is declaring racism of public health crisis from member station WBZ Mariah. Willful Report, officials say racist policies from Jim Crow to modern day redlining contribute to disproportionately negative health outcomes for black residents. Public Health Commissioner Dr Allison already says her agency will create hyper local public database on co morbidity rates. Similar to a current covid 19 dashboard, People will be able to talk about neighborhood level indicators like rates of chronic disease or food insecurity in the same way that we've come to talk about Covid case rates. A study by the city shows chronic diseases, infant mortality, opioid overdoses and more contribute to a nine year life expectancy gap between black and non black Chicagoans. For NPR news. I'm Maria willful in Chicago. This is NPR. Brazil's covid 19 death toll now tops 500,000 Protesters are in the streets this weekend condemning President Jair Bolsonaro for a sluggish vaccination program and his resistance to taking precautionary measures. Saudi Arabia says it's intercepted a total of 17 armed drones launched from Yemen. NPR's nada Home, See reports. Saudi officials blame Yemen's Iran backed Houthi movement for the attempted drone attack. All 17 drones launched at different times throughout the day were destroyed, according to Saudi State television. At least three of the drones were launched at a military base, according to a hotel military spokesperson and the Saudi led coalition. The Kingdom Southern Frontier border in Yemen is frequently targeted by the Iran backed Houthi movement. Despite calls for a ceasefire from Saudi Arabia, backed by the United States, Yemen's Houthi is have in recent weeks escalated attacks.

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"taipei" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"taipei" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Taipei Sunday aboard a China Airlines cargo plane. Taiwan's health minister was there and said he was touched to see them. The American Institute in Taiwan, which serves as the de facto US Embassy, said in a statement that the donation quote reflects our commitment to Taiwan. Self governed democracy is claimed by China. Taiwan accuses Beijing of blocking vaccine access as it confronts a surge of the virus just around 6% of its 24 million people are at least partially vaccinated. Beijing has been ramping up pressure against Taiwan militarily. Last week, China flew 28 warplanes into Taiwan controlled airspace, the largest reported incursion to date, Amy held NPR news Chicago is declaring racism, a public health crisis from member station WBZ Maria. Willful report, officials say racist policies from Jim Crow to modern day redlining contribute to disproportionately negative health outcomes for black residents. Public Health Commissioner Dr Allison already says her agency will create a hyper local public database on co morbidity rates. Similar to a current Kobe 19 dashboard, People will be able to talk about neighborhood level indicators like rates of chronic disease or food insecurity in the same way that we've come to talk about Covid case rates. A study by the city shows chronic diseases, infant mortality, opioid overdoses and more contribute to a nine year life expectancy gap between black and non black Chicagoans. For NPR news. I'm Maria willful in Chicago. This is NPR. Brazil's covid 19 death toll now tops 500,000 Protesters are in the streets this weekend condemning President Jair Bolsonaro for a sluggish vaccination program and his resistance to taking precautionary measures. Saudi Arabia says it's intercepted a total of 17 armed drones launched from Yemen. NPR's nada Home, See reports. Saudi officials blame Yemen's Iran backed Houthi movement for the attempted drone attack. All 17 drones launched at different times throughout the day were destroyed, according to Saudi State television. At least three of the drones were launched at a military base, according to a hotel military spokesperson and the Saudi led coalition. The Kingdom Southern Frontier border in Yemen is frequently targeted by the Iran backed Houthi movement. Despite calls for a ceasefire from Saudi Arabia, backed by the United States, Yemen's houthis have in recent weeks escalated attacks against the Saudi kingdom. Experts say the Houthi movement has made clear that the proposed ceasefires terms are not satisfactory. Yemen Civil war has been ongoing for nearly seven years, sparking with the U. N calls the world's largest humanitarian crisis for NPR news. I'm Nada Homsi in Beirut. In central Russia. The suspect in the murder of an American law student was arraigned in court today, Catherine said. SARU went missing Tuesday after getting into a car with a stranger and her body was found yesterday. The suspect will be detained until August and faces life in prison if he's convicted. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Carnegie Corporation of New York, supporting Innovations in education, Democratic engagement and the Advancement of International Peace and security. More information is available online at Carnegie dot.

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U.S. Ships 2.5 Million Vaccine Doses to Taiwan

Well Preserved with Eunice

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

U.S. Ships 2.5 Million Vaccine Doses to Taiwan

"Million doses of Madonna's coronavirus vaccine will be shipped to Taiwan today from Memphis, Tennessee. That's more than triple Washington's previous allocation for the island. China, which considers Taiwan its territory offered its own vaccines, but Taipei rejected them, citing safety concerns. Meantime, in the U.

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Senators Announce U.S. Donating 750,000 Vaccine Doses to Taiwan

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Senators Announce U.S. Donating 750,000 Vaccine Doses to Taiwan

"States is donating 750,000 doses of Covid 19 vaccine to Taiwan Senator Tammy Duckworth's made the announcement today as part of a US delegation visiting Taipei. The Illinois Democrat did not give details about the arrangement. Taiwan has been affected by covid vaccine shortages and has accused China of hindering its efforts to get

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Apple's 40-Core Desktop Is Coming

The WAN Show Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Apple's 40-Core Desktop Is Coming

"Apple's pro desktop could have up to forty course This rumor was broken by mark. Gurman about apple's impending arm plans and there's actually a handful of rumors. Let's get through all of them. So i up. Is that new macbook pros a fourteen inch and sixteen inch are shockingly coming featuring apple silicon. I don't think anybody saw this new. Macs with apple silicon. No no they were going to have the segmented line forever apple silicon and intel living in perfect harmony No no not happening. They have this like doing their own thing in house ever. They're going to have four thunderbolt ports. Hd my and an st card slot meant having hdmi back. How freaking awesome. Is that going to be for all the people that don't have hdmi on their laptop already. Like what an upgrade. I actually ran a dell. Xps thirteen to one as a daily driver for almost a year. I think and that was the thing that drove me most crazy. I thought it was going to be usb like a usb type and from time to time that was pretty obnoxious because my ubt is the taipei and i do like to use a mouse. If i'm actually sitting in doing something for a while at the computer. I don't really prefer wireless mice bluetooth. I find noticeably noticeably. Leg man i just love to see an industry standard for something like logitech slate. Speed properly tried light speed kills really well. Yeah but i mean you need a dongle. They're all taipei. So basically you're stuck with a dog goal no matter what if you want to plug a decent mouse into your laptop. But that wasn't the one that drove me crazy. The one that drove me most crazy most often was not having hdmi. Because you never know if you're going to be somewhere doing something

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Charlie Bit My Finger Video to Be Taken off YouTube After Selling for £500,000

TIME's Top Stories

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Charlie Bit My Finger Video to Be Taken off YouTube After Selling for £500,000

"Charlie bit my finger is about to leave youtube forever. Here's why by race. A brunner. Charlie and harry davis car or just babies one and three years old when they became unintentional internet superstars. The charlie bit my finger video filmed and posted on youtube by their dad. Howard back in two thousand seven became an instant classic of internet culture. Matthew a product manager at youtube at the time remembers the company's fascination with the early viral hit this video in particular really captivated the entire world imagination. Lee says over. Google meat from taipei where he is now living and working. It was really really amazing to see that. Internally it's literally the definition of a viral video an entire genre of entertainment the organic viral video blossomed in its wake the subjects becoming mean stars. Fourteen years later. It's still one of youtube most popular videos with over eight hundred eighty million views. But if you want to see this seminal clip in full you'll have to watch before may twenty third twenty twenty one charlie bit. My finger is about to leave youtube forever to be sold to a private owner during an online auction on may twenty second when the video will join the ranks of many pieces of digital art cashing in on the recent craze for nf. Tease or non. Fungible tokens for the davies. Car family sought this opportunity themselves. It's a chance to further capitalize on their accidental. Swipe at fame establish themselves as a valuable piece of digital history and hopefully secure extra funds to go towards educating charlie harry now fifteen and seventeen and their two younger

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Honduras, in Diplomatic Shift, May Open China Office

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Honduras, in Diplomatic Shift, May Open China Office

"It is a hardy perennial of diplomatic discourse campaign by the people's republic of china to pluck away the few remaining countries which have chosen to maintain full relations with the republic of china better known as taiwan among the fifteen remaining countries which have embassies in taipei rather than beijing is honduras but their loyalty may be shifting honduras president juan orlando hernandez has floated the prospect of opening a trade office in china to facilitate the acquisition of covid nineteen vaccines. Well let's get the latest with. Ron omitted director of oxford university's china center. Rana thank you as always for joining us. Is this the beginning of the end for honduras and taiwan. Do you think i think it could. Well be andrew. I mean over the last decade and more the already very small number of countries in the world which continued to recognize the republic of china based momentun entire pay of course has been shrinking and of course covert nineteen has been a perfect opportunity for china to try and pick off a small number of the countries which still maintain that relationship with taipei taipei has had some opportunities to push bad so for instance they've been liaising with india to try and get hold of some of the vaccine supply that they have and diverted to some of the south american countries but the problem of course to that now is the india is going through its own horrific cove experience and doesn't have a whole lot to explore so it may be the case. The immediate medical needs push honduras and a couple of other countries to towards beijing.

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China Sends 25 Warplanes Into Taiwan's Air Defense Zone, Taipei Says

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:40 min | 1 year ago

China Sends 25 Warplanes Into Taiwan's Air Defense Zone, Taipei Says

"Is very far from unheard of for chinese military aircraft to buzzed the skies around the time on yesterday. However the people's liberation army air force stepped such provocations up a notch. Twenty-five chinese jets a record number into taiwan's air defense identification zone. This hefty squadron included eighteen of china's chengdu j ten fighters and four nuclear capable h six k bombers taiwan's air force scrambled their own planes to shoot the intruders off. But it seems reasonable to suppose that they will be back on. Joined with more on this by isabel hilton. Ceo at china dialogue isabelle twenty. Five aircraft is a fairly significant gesture by china. But this kind of stunt in itself isn't unusual is. How often do they do this. Well particularly this year. They'd been doing it a quite lot. They've been doing it. You know several times a week in recent times and its its military chest beating over fairly unpleasant kind I don't think it means that an invasion is imminent but it certainly it. It has a lot of advantages from the chinese perspective. It keeps the population on edge. It forces the china. The taiwanese air force to respond in some way they got so tired of scrambling a late last year that they decided that they would just monitor from the ground but again you know if you step the pressure up again then then scrambling has to happen. So it it. It's a long campaign of attrition and it's also testing the biden administration so there's a lot of probing testing and chest-beating beating happening at the moment.

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Dozens killed after packed Taiwan train derails in tunnel

BBC World Service

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Dozens killed after packed Taiwan train derails in tunnel

"Let's Let's hear hear about about that that Top Top story story now, now, which which broke broke a a couple couple of of hours hours ago. ago. Big Big train train crash crash in Taiwan with several carriages that derailed in a tunnel in the east of the country. Many people are feared dead, according to officials from the fire department. Will only I heard from our cause wondering Taiwan, Cindy suit The train was carrying 350 people when it was traveling from Taipei to eastern Taiwan's tie Don't city and just north of Tidal city in a nearby County of Folly in it derailed in the tunnel, and several characters hit a wall in the tunnel. Now there there were were eight eight characters characters in in the the train. train. And And the the authorities authorities tell tell us us that that carriage carriage is is 5678 5678 are are so so badly badly damaged damaged that that the the rescuer rescuer rescue rescue workers workers cannot cannot get inside to to save the people. So far. The authorities say that The fire to fire department say that 26 people have been confirmed dead. But the Taiwan Railway Administration says the death toll is higher at 36 it, says 61 others injured. And 72. Others are trapped inside the train cars on and they given any more details as to the cause, how this actually how it derailed in the first place and how this crash occurred. Well, the authorities haven't mentioned the cause of the accident. They're still very busy trying to rescue the people trapped inside the train. But the local TV stations have said that this was a man made accident. They said there was a maintenance vehicle. Somehow fell onto the tracks inside the tunnel and hit the passing train. So you know, that's not surprising to a lot of people because in Taiwan to happen ah, lot of manmade accidents in recent years and including train accidents caused by drivers who were, you know, just not paying enough attention or speeding. And just, uh, you know, errors that went from the management down to the low ranking personnel.

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Venus fights ankle injury, falls in straight sets

BBC World Service

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Venus fights ankle injury, falls in straight sets

"Here We have lost the number of Grand Slam champions. Patrick of it's over twice. A Wimbledon champion was defeated today by Saronic Astaire of Romania lost 61 in the third set in that one Bianca and Rescue who's playing her first Grand Slam tournaments since winning the U. S Open in 2019, Because of all the injury she's had she's gone out of the hands of shade Su way of Chinese Taipei. We've also had defeat on the men's side for Stanford drinker today, So yeah, a lot of big names have gone but some of the bigger names like Serena Williams are still in the tournament. She was a comfortable win it. Yeah. How did she look? Serena, you know, 1st 1st round you look fine. Second round. How was she? She's looking like a favorite early doors. David. She does She looks I would say the best. She's looked in a number of years. I mean, these are two very straightforward when she's only lost five games in four sets so far. Today was against me in a stand of it, so you would expect it to win that one relatively comfortably. But she did, And she's turning 40 this year is Serena Williams. And yet she really does look like she could make some headway in this draw Her sister Venus, unfortunate She won't She lost for the winning just one game today, but turned her ankle and injured and me halfway through a match against sorrow. Ronnie You really wonder whether it might have been better off for it to retire, But she's showed incredible resilience and encourage in order to carry on play. But Venus Williams is

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The Story of How TSMC Came To Dominate the World

Odd Lots

04:57 min | 1 year ago

The Story of How TSMC Came To Dominate the World

"So obviously tracy. We've been talking a lot about chips lately. But for all the episodes we've done we haven't hit like what is sort of a. I guess i would say the elephant in the room or the gorilla in the room that keeps coming up over and over again. We've been going at a. I would say from a us perspective. Very focused on the trouble at intel. But we haven't really talked about the success story. That is taiwan. Semiconductor manufacturing company better known as t s emcee. Yeah exactly right so every episode that we do it sort of comes back to them. What a juggernaut. They've become and of course you know. The sort of basic story is that manufacturing chips is extremely hard It's extremely expensive. And it's very difficult to scale until Is one of the rare companies that designs and manufactures. Its own chips. But that for a lot of these companies that are sort of exploding ri- gaining market share there Having taiwan semi manufacture them and taiwan semi is getting extremely good or is extremely good at a manufacturing and maybe Pulling away from intel some extent in terms of its manufacturing capabilities. Right and i think they actually invented the foundry model which you know this idea of just manufacturing chips which keeps coming up over and over and over again in all of our conversations as one reason the entire semiconductor industry has changed and one reason why intel is struggling but the thing i find kind of amazing like in twenty twenty one. We all take it for granted. That tsmc is this massive player in the semiconductor industry in the world. Really but i find it really really noteworthy and you know somewhat surprising. In retrospect that what is a single company on an island has emerged to really dominate chips. That are now vital to all sorts of things so computers smartphones cars. Everything i think. Tsmc manufacturers little over half of the world's chips so it's not quite a monopoly but again like they are the juggernaut in the room as he put it absolutely. And it's such a. I mean it's such a pivotal company for a lot of reasons. I mean you mentioned cars. It was just a story this week recording this january twelfth by the way there was just a story this week about how car manufacturers around the world are actually running into supply constraints because they can't get chips because of the chip manufacturers decided to reduce their production of automotive chips during the crisis in the spring on the expectation that demand wasn't going to be there and now they haven't ramped up taiwan semi They're to actually reporting earnings. This week expected to be very strong. Earnings are soaring. stock is soaring. And then of course. Because it's in the strategic position end because taiwan itself is in this Uh strategic position obviously between the us and china and the roll over its status. It's just an incredibly central player and sort of necessary to understand the story right a big player in tech big player across multiple supply chains in a bunch of different industries. Uncertainly player geopolitics as well. So we really talk more time on semi and we have the perfect guest to do that. Someone who knows all about the company who's been covering them for a long time since long before they were the dominant player They are today. We're going to be speaking to copen. He is a tech columnist at bloomberg. Opinion has been with us a bloomberg for fifteen years and he's actually been covering The tech industry from taipei specifically for the last twenty one years Everything about Taiwan semiconductor where it came from this important player so tim thank you very much for joining us. Hey thanks time guys to talk to you tim. How would you describe the importance of taiwan semiconductor in the world right now well as you assess just saying they are so huge. Tracy pointed out the creates. Such a large share of the world saw chips. There's probably not a single device in the world that doesn't have. Tsmc somewhere but whether it's a car die. Fine of course famously. But even some really unimportant boring things like temperature sense. A hiya or some led lights array there. They do serve much of the waltz products. They're they're basically everywhere and so if that would've stopped production. Tomorrow i think the global technology industry would grind to a halt very very

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Interview With Jessica Garcia, SWA First Officer

Behind the Prop

05:13 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Jessica Garcia, SWA First Officer

"What's up walling. Hey bobby how are you. I'm great this is our third guest and we are excited to have her on the show today with us as a pass flight instructor from united flight systems current southwest airlines first officer and someone with a very interesting aviation story that we're gonna talk about today today. We have on the show jessica garcia. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. And i know We're gonna talk a lot about today but you also have to be married to a pilot as well an my wonderful husband. Ricky who also instructed here structure. And i heard good news for ricky recently. Is that true. He got hired at commuter airlines Friday very excited and so he was an express jet in lives in houston listened to show. They probably have heard about all the things that happened. Express jet so it's great to hear that ricky's back in the in the in the cockpit. Doing great things for aviation excited. I'm i'm pumped for him. He's ready to get back in the airplane so we have a lot to talk about today but as the current owner of united flight systems. It's a it's a great time when a previous flight search comes back and shares with me stories and things from the past. You've obviously spent many an hour behind a prop as an airplane owners still today. You spend a lot of time on the probe had any idea. How many hours do will you gave here at this. Oh it's gotta be at least twelve hundred I remember one day sitting down with my logbook in between students. And i recognized that my total dual received in total dual given was equal spicer past that milestone here and then i think i want to say about twelve hundred dollars instructing here nice and that that was that in the day where you could just get the fifteen hundred right to the airline sort of. I was in the weird transition area where the atp was being required by the by the regional airlines to get hired. But it what you didn't have to do the atp p. course so i ended up being able to do my atp on my own without having to the course but you still have to have the fifteen hundred hours so kind of an awkward phase. I think i got my atp in june and the the law passed in august. For the so. I guess for our listeners. We've we've obviously prepped and talked a little bit. Tell us a little bit about your aviation career where he went to college. How you found this place and then did you go right to the airlines are or what will happen there. So i started flying recreationally in abilene texas. Where i'm from Just doing it for fun. I grew up flying with my dad in the right seat of various aircraft wanting bananas barons and the end of my freshman year of college. He said okay. You can go to summer school. You can get a job or you can get your pilot's license and so i opted to go get my pilot's license obviously and had an a wonderful instructor. Who is now one. She is my best friend. We are incredibly close. She flies for fedex and she she said you know. You're kind of good at this. Have you considered doing it as a career and up until that point i hadn't been exposed to the opportunities in careers in aviation so took me to my first women in aviation conference and it was like being around thousands of my taipei. Best friends And they all took me by the hand. I was nineteen years old. And said we're going to show you what it means to be a professional pilot and i decided right then and there that was going to be my career up until then i was studying marketing And liked it but didn't love it so went back to abilene finished my instrument rating then i transferred to louisiana tech university where i finished my commercial. Cfi of mea. I instructed for the school for a few months loved being attack. I'm very proud Louisiana tech bulldog and but it wasn't building flight time quite quick enough and so a friend of mine called me and said there's a flight school in houston. I think you'd be a great fit at work. Consider interviewing so. I called united flight systems. Talk to the previous owner. Bob watts and his daughter laura and they brought us in for an interview me and my husband. I secretly brought my husband along with me to interview as well. And we they us right then and there and so within a month. I moved houston and begin. Instructing here instructed for. I guess it would have been about two and a half years and then had one of my workers official instructor. Here come into my office and say would you like to fly corporate. And i'd always been really interested in corporate aviation i. I grew up around general aviation being there in abilene. We had a little bit of a regional airline flying but not a lot So i had more exposure to corporate. And i said sure didn't know what the airplane was had. Never heard of. It was a cessna. Conquest twin engine turboprop and met with the the woman who was flying that airplane and we went and just had dinner and and chit chatted and she said. I think you'd be a great fit. Would you come fly with me. So that was my introduction to part one thirty five Flew for them for a couple of years loved it. That was a flu for a family. There's still a dear dear and special in my life The woman i flew with is still very dear to me. We get together as often as we can into pilots

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Thousands join annual Taiwan protest, anger focused on US pork

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands join annual Taiwan protest, anger focused on US pork

"Thousands of people marched in Taipei streets today, demanding the reversal of a decision of allow US pork imports into Taiwan, alleging food safety issues. The President's administration lifted a longstanding ban on US pork and beef imports in August and move scene is one of the first steps toward possibly negotiating a bilateral trade

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Thousands march in Taiwan against US pork imports

BBC World Service

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands march in Taiwan against US pork imports

"Thousands of people are marching in Taiwan in an annual labor protest, which this year is focusing on a government decision to allow pork imports from the United States from January correspondent in Taipei Cindy Su reports Chanting slogans. The protesters set off from the presidential office to the headquarters of the governing party, the DPP, where they were met by police barricades. Protesters objected to the government lifting a ban on US pork containing the additive ractopamine, which is banned in local farms, as well as by the U. Many times when he's out government assurances that the additive is safe. They say the government is increasingly desperate for a free trade agreement with the United States as relations with China continue to deteriorate.

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Interview With Violette de Ayala

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Violette de Ayala

"Well welcomed extraordinary women radio violet. I am so thrilled to have you join us today. And i am excited to hear your story. I can't wait to learn more about you. Thank you so much. I'm really excited to be your very honored. Surfing's proxy honored to have you here. And i wanna i wanna start west your business you. You started as an entrepreneur when you were twenty two and So tell us a little bit about this. Entrepreneurial journey from that twenty two year old to running this multimillion dollar business today that really spans across all the different chapters that you have all the the community that you've built. I mean i'm so impressed with what you've built so so give us a little bit of that back story. Sure so. I was twenty two years old. A new mom and may adjust moved from miami to north carolina. And i knew that. I wanted to support the family financially rights. You've had just graduated from college at the state. And i remember having that internal dialogue of whether or not you but christopher fulltime daycare or you know trying to find hybrid of the two and i remember being just really Filled of anxiety of going to that. Because i didn't want my children to be latchkey kids so i grew out pretty much on my own. My parents both worked until very late. At night i was a child at home or to buy themselves unified dinner. Nfl sleep on their own. And i didn't want to have that for my kids. I remember having friends that have parents that whether they worked fulltime they were home at five o'clock or six o'clock in week dinner Or perhaps one of the parents didn't work and they were there as is apparent. During the day. I remember one that i remember like seeing that. Not being jealous that. I remember like wanting that in my life and so when we had chris off to make sure that i had the flexibility to be there i didn't want to have my kids have extreme experience so really being a first generation. Cuban american my parents arrived united states. Nineteen sixty one cuba. The only stories i ever heard growing up were stories of my family coming to the country with a penny in their pocket right not knowing the language of the culture and really creating tremendous amount of wealth because of being an entrepreneur because of small business. And so i happened in the back of my mind theory this entire kind of situation of trying to figure out. How am i going to provide my family. Be a mom and how that ballads and relief for me. The only option was to start a business so at the time. I'm going to tell you the kind of the truth behind it is that i wanted to be a really good. At fitness. i had worked at every house hub in miami in high sworn in college. That was really the only industry that i knew and so i will. I will go ahead and just get my personal training. Certification analogy personal trainer and started small business so i reached out to the sba in with. Carolina is nineteen ninety-four. So before giggle. Before lead gen our media and i reached out and got a counselor at the time and told them what i wanted to do when she was like. Well how much alone you take out. While i need a loan of three thousand dollars you need to buy -cation. I need to go ahead and get business cards out. Place a couple of advertisements and some equipment and she was like three thousand dollars. She's like that's ridiculous credit card and so that was her advice. And i did. I had a discover credit card. They don't i remember they're not partners of ours at all. It was really a straight up. Discover was the only credit card. I had besides a little retail one. And i did it put it on. There was the most nerve wracking putting three thousand dollars on a credit card. I mean we are. We are brand new parents. You know young Not knowing really anything about business had never taken a business class. By the way i graduated pre law and i stepped into that and i continue to make every mistake after that Found by place did did well with that. Small business I was looking for. And then. After that i just continue to watch more and more businesses and about that's really the truth or wise started twenty two. I really am. I had an option at the time. Based on what priorities work right and you wanted to be home with your. You wanted to have support around your kids by and the serial entrepreneur. You mean so what was it. That kept have had the ideas. Keep coming to you. What was the catalyst behind that. Yeah so i think you know After personal training company. I did hire on at i got into real estate. My stepfather at the time wanted me to take over his business and he said you know i really need you to work in real estate for a couple of years you can take over my business. I'm ready to retire. So i did that for him and he would say to me and by the way he was an amazing mentor. This guy might my mother's second husband show me the million dollars. He was like thirty years old he no. He sold his bakery here in miami to arnold bakery and then he continued to create tremendous well so he would tell me. Violate your unemployable. Anyone would say that that is the most horrific complement him a great employees. I show up on time. I always delivered you like no. No you're just unemployable. You'll realize that you get older. And it's now about older. That i realized that even though i could work for other people and i was great. I excelled in everything super taipei. The truth was that. I always had to be on my own. I something about how my dna just had that always come back to being a small business owner and then eventually being entrepreneur and different that i do the real estate and then i kinda hired on with another company and kept on growing in that world and finally i was like that's it i need to go back into to go back and create my own business again. Got my pilates. Reputation became applauds instructor and then had a location. They got a bigger location Satellite locations but again it just keeps coming back around and around. And it's because at first of all i believe in small business. I believe that that's the way that women specifically can have balance in their life especially when the raising humans or perhaps they have aging parents or other responsibilities.

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Interview With Violette de Ayala

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Violette de Ayala

"Well welcomed extraordinary women radio violet. I am so thrilled to have you join us today. And i am excited to hear your story. I can't wait to learn more about you. Thank you so much. I'm really excited to be your very honored. Surfing's proxy honored to have you here. And i wanna i wanna start west your business you. You started as an entrepreneur when you were twenty two and So tell us a little bit about this. Entrepreneurial journey from that twenty two year old to running this multimillion dollar business today that really spans across all the different chapters that you have all the the community that you've built. I mean i'm so impressed with what you've built so so give us a little bit of that back story. Sure so. I was twenty two years old. A new mom and may adjust moved from miami to north carolina. And i knew that. I wanted to support the family financially rights. You've had just graduated from college at the state. And i remember having that internal dialogue of whether or not you but christopher fulltime daycare or you know trying to find hybrid of the two and i remember being just really Filled of anxiety of going to that. Because i didn't want my children to be latchkey kids so i grew out pretty much on my own. My parents both worked until very late. At night i was a child at home or to buy themselves unified dinner. Nfl sleep on their own. And i didn't want to have that for my kids. I remember having friends that have parents that whether they worked fulltime they were home at five o'clock or six o'clock in week dinner Or perhaps one of the parents didn't work and they were there as is apparent. During the day. I remember one that i remember like seeing that. Not being jealous that. I remember like wanting that in my life and so when we had chris off to make sure that i had the flexibility to be there i didn't want to have my kids have extreme experience so really being a first generation. Cuban american my parents arrived united states. Nineteen sixty one cuba. The only stories i ever heard growing up were stories of my family coming to the country with a penny in their pocket right not knowing the language of the culture and really creating tremendous amount of wealth because of being an entrepreneur because of small business. And so i happened in the back of my mind theory this entire kind of situation of trying to figure out. How am i going to provide my family. Be a mom and how that ballads and relief for me. The only option was to start a business so at the time. I'm going to tell you the kind of the truth behind it is that i wanted to be a really good. At fitness. i had worked at every house hub in miami in high sworn in college. That was really the only industry that i knew and so i will. I will go ahead and just get my personal training. Certification analogy personal trainer and started small business so i reached out to the sba in with. Carolina is nineteen ninety-four. So before giggle. Before lead gen our media and i reached out and got a counselor at the time and told them what i wanted to do when she was like. Well how much alone you take out. While i need a loan of three thousand dollars you need to buy -cation. I need to go ahead and get business cards out. Place a couple of advertisements and some equipment and she was like three thousand dollars. She's like that's ridiculous credit card and so that was her advice. And i did. I had a discover credit card. They don't i remember they're not partners of ours at all. It was really a straight up. Discover was the only credit card. I had besides a little retail one. And i did it put it on. There was the most nerve wracking putting three thousand dollars on a credit card. I mean we are. We are brand new parents. You know young Not knowing really anything about business had never taken a business class. By the way i graduated pre law and i stepped into that and i continue to make every mistake after that Found by place did did well with that. Small business I was looking for. And then. After that i just continue to watch more and more businesses and about that's really the truth or wise started twenty two. I really am. I had an option at the time. Based on what priorities work right and you wanted to be home with your. You wanted to have support around your kids by and the serial entrepreneur. You mean so what was it. That kept have had the ideas. Keep coming to you. What was the catalyst behind that. Yeah so i think you know After personal training company. I did hire on at i got into real estate. My stepfather at the time wanted me to take over his business and he said you know i really need you to work in real estate for a couple of years you can take over my business. I'm ready to retire. So i did that for him and he would say to me and by the way he was an amazing mentor. This guy might my mother's second husband show me the million dollars. He was like thirty years old he no. He sold his bakery here in miami to arnold bakery and then he continued to create tremendous well so he would tell me. Violate your unemployable. Anyone would say that that is the most horrific complement him a great employees. I show up on time. I always delivered you like no. No you're just unemployable. You'll realize that you get older. And it's now about older. That i realized that even though i could work for other people and i was great. I excelled in everything super taipei. The truth was that. I always had to be on my own. I something about how my dna just had that always come back to being a small business owner and then eventually being entrepreneur and different that i do the real estate and then i kinda hired on with another company and kept on growing in that world and finally i was like that's it i need to go back into to go back and create my own business again. Got my pilates. Reputation became applauds instructor and then had a location. They got a bigger location Satellite locations but again it just keeps coming back around and around. And it's because at first of all i believe in small business. I believe that that's the way that women specifically can have balance in their life especially when the raising humans or perhaps they have aging parents or other responsibilities.

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"taipei" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"taipei" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"To have an outlet, this Ah Down. Kinda outlet or reset I think the entrepreneurial wind you know this certain personality traits that go with the entrepreneurial mind the Taipei personality and we are so prone to burn out. It's like the two sides of coin and I think if we can. Find, whatever means that is to switch off whatever resource that is I think. It will be almost powerful resource to actually allow true innovation. Right all right now I think we've covered this one as well but maybe just recap again, what's the best way to keep a client on track? What's the best way to keep a client on track? Listen to the. Client. To listen, to the client. Meet their needs nor yours? It's about then a never forget that it's about them. It's not about you. It's not about your bank account. It's not about your ego it's not about your KPI's. It's about your client. And Love it? Yeah and You'll process that you've outlined forest. Today's very clearly following that principle. and. Finally, what's the number one thing anyone needs to do to differentiate themselves? Okay did coverage recovered one undestand wholeheartedly understand your personal brand and I think while that sounds simple. It's actually harder for people to do than they realize. But I think the most important thing you can do is understand your personal brand. Understand your personal brand story and use that as the seeds of of growth in your business..

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"taipei" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"taipei" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Talks in Taipei marked the second high level U. S visit in the past two months back in this country. Officials in Alabama reported a second death from Hurricane Sally and several 100,000 people still have no electricity. Satellite images of coastal Alabama from before and after showed Holmes and other structures almost entirely underwater. Governor K. I've surveyed the area today. We knew that Hurricane Sela had the potential Be a devastating stone. John It's really buy it. I'm sure it could be worse. What? I've seen this moment in the flour. Gulf shores in Orange Beach and Morgan. It's really, really bad. Meanwhile, a new tropical storm formed in the Gulf of Mexico today heading toward the U. S. Forecasters named Beta resorting to the Greek alphabet after using up this year's official list of names That has happened just once before in 2005, the year of Hurricane Katrina. President Trump says he's sending nearly $13 billion to Puerto Rico to rebuild the power grid and schools damage in Hurricane Maria three years ago. He had opposed that step until now, citing local corruption. But the issue has become important in Florida, a swing state in the election with a large Puerto Rican population..

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"taipei" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

Hearts Unleashed

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"taipei" Discussed on Hearts Unleashed

"Remember why you love the people that you were meeting up with like it always feels worth it but really getting there like getting it organized even if you're not the organizer sometimes just the coordination of. Do you need to stay out of town you need to travel for it how long are you going to be there with desert dress code? Like what do I need money? What are we going to eat? There's lots of these different factors that you have kind of force your way through knowing it's going to be worth at the end same thing with going on first dates or putting yourself out there in the dating world it's frigging uncomfortable. This is where you have to fake it till you make it. And that the more you do it the better it gets, and this is you just basically in in the sense of the law of attraction, you are turning the tide. Let's say you have a locomotive that is going in the negative direction. You that means you have to slow that locomotive down turn the tracks which the track and get it going on the right track and pick up speed. So as you can imagine, you have to pump the brakes I stop the negative. Then switch tracks than create positive momentum. So slowing the brakes, switching the tracks and starting to pick up speed all exists inside of fake it till you make it and the more that you do it the more you realize you're capable, you are powerful it's not so bad and you this is where the. Key to this part is where you start creating for yourself. Wins small victories, and the more victories you have is more steam in the engine and it's on the right track, and so you can trust that you're on the right track and you just keep adding steam to your engine. So this is where I wanNA talk about actually shifting from fake it till you make it to act as if act as if in the realm I'm going to lay out the whole equation for transformation now. You're my Taipei lovers You can get out your pen and paper and I will break it down for you act as if I'm gonNA keep repeating it because it's gotta be at the forefront of your mind when you are deciding to transform and fulfil a life that you absolutely love. So one important factor is to know your own definition of success. If you are chasing someone else's definition of success, you are not going to be inspired. You are not going to be motivated..

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"taipei" Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

In Your Corner Divorce

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"taipei" Discussed on In Your Corner Divorce

"It's not that bad. Present moment awareness is a huge skill in. A number of things learning to. Find more acceptance rather than resistance. To be less reactive to external circumstances and have give yourself the opportunity. As you said, you know some time ago to slow down and be more reflected in decision making. It also just from a neuro science level is a way to tone our nervous system so that we're not making decisions and taking actions out of fear but more from a place of calm incompetence in grounded nece in more actually using our adults brain yet my best. Who I'd be like all my inventory requests whenever we're in fear mode about a decision that we have to make the always ask each other because we're not emotionally connected other stuff. When does this decision to be made by? Ninety nine percent of the time it's never in that moment. Right. If this and this happens entity to make that decision and we're like, okay well, that's not happening right now. Yeah. So be where you are because where you are the only place that you have a chance right I mean that's really become clear to me lately especially with the pandemic in school starting, I'm sure you're feeling this. I'm not going to get everything done anymore. Yeah. Like for real like I used to be checked and I saw that on your site that like for like. A self starter Taipei, like I thrive on look at how many things I can do at once. And it's just not happening in the same. Frequency and like success rate that I'd like to and what I'm trying to focus on today is how my handling the moments that I get because that's all we have. It's beautiful, right? Yeah I think you're absolutely right and certainly in this time we happen to be living in right now it's more important than ever to be able to be in the moment, and if you think about it, what is a life? It is made up of moment to moment experience. What I love what you decide about what is a life? I always tell my voice. I like to take him cemeteries lake senators beautiful to walk around and look at the dates and I explain to them. This is not mine that there. Every single headstone has the exact same thing in common whether it's a big fancy headstone or a placard in it's a date they're born date they died in a dash and dash is your life and what do you want to do with your dash and for most people who are listening the dash of how their life was gonNA look like change for many many reasons. But what we get stuck in is focusing on I can't believe that happened or how did this happen? Why did this happen instead of this happens now what? Yeah. Right. So let's he'll. So leading into now what? In an ideal setting I was a client, I get them through the basics of what needs to go in there a separate agreement we get rid of all the stuff that's blocking them their mass, and we've gotten to a place where they find tools and find areas that they can grow in, and then I would hand them to you..

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"taipei" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"taipei" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Taipei in sports all right good evening everyone of course VJ host Aaron Torres all morning Spanier the keep the tweets comments at V. E. S. and sports you can reach me at stinkin genius one we got the fight on we're keeping you updated matter fact to coming down to close to the last ten seconds into round two again if you want to get in VS and sports summit stinkin genius one nothing earth shattering but we are getting some some contact no doubt about that the second round looks or now they're getting into and I'll be J. they get a little punches after the bell first question I would ask your round one who did you end up giving that to on around one I gave it to a very ten nine but water gets round to you what well first what I I was a little disappointed the way while they're looking around yeah yeah I thought he was very hesitant now and all of the I I I felt like I you know I felt like a full man I'm saying here on live radio on this great show what a great host and I'm sitting here running my mouth saying he's going to come out and come out on fire and he's almost like back pedaling all the way through round one even around so even though he got some points that I got the cleaner the exchanges around so that's why I gave a round tube in a row one he looks like he did in the first fight and I'm I'm totally shocked I thought he would come out own would like what is hair on fire and really try to end his guy he must really be afraid of his power what did you see it around to that I gave it to while they're also I think they were both I don't want to loosen up but more open in their stance and more free info on the punches yeah okay I got water one round two I thought he landed the cleaner punches there was a slight more aggressive and you know fury try to get some going towards the end of the of the row right at the bell would like you said a little late punch a little hug in a corner that's all it is made the one thing I'll say about these two guys there who have a lot of human man demand respect for each other they don't generally dislike each other Hey if you notice they don't they're not taking really cheap shots at each other verbally like we've seen over history of boxing to build to fight they do have a lot of human respect for each other and I think professional respect for each other to a maybe that's why Wilder is being a little more cautious because it maybe he does feel very strength and his power camp put him down and and not come out which is interesting because I asked you last segment last hour well I'm you know did you feel like Wilder could knock out fury we both said yes but he did I did think though fury cannot go Wilder but you did you think he has the power to talk about and I don't think that was going to happen what specially at two seventy three that's a lot of we are six nine two seven three that's just a lot of weight if it's enough it's a clean punch that he steps in to rise on the balls of his feet and he's pushing off on that back on on on that back foot following that pushed when it connects he does have the power to knock you out if you want it by the way if you're watching the fight you want to give us your thoughts VS and sports I'm it stinking genius one watching a round number three what what would you tell a while the right now well I'm for the rest around three the rest of the flight what what does he need to go get aggressive get aggressive working at Jack his jab a sloppy you know and I've never seen wild is jabbed his sloppy doesn't look it's Christmas he did first fight right now all his jab is super sloppy he's kind of fling it out there the Jabba's post a snap you snap the jab out there you don't just throw it out there filling it he's flying in his jab right now there's not the body you can't throw a punch backing up he's jabbing him back it up and that's not going to be effective at all all right I believe they've got one minute left in this one this is kind of a big round winner this round gets that two to one lead at least in our minds right there there's no way that the somebody's up two rounds to nothing after the first two or less were wrong on that well yeah I mean it I like to look you never know what it covered by exactly exactly and I like to look into rounds four through eight if on those wow well I must be ahead of you guys because fury put down Wilder you are here now while you are slightly ahead of us man all right why yeah yeah Wilder did get off so bomb he added with a good shot I I think was a right cross put him down and now furious coming after a big time this fight might not last much longer on that matter of fact I'm it wasn't a knock down of a while that was down again but they're not really gonna knocked out we'll keep you updated this might not go too much longer what do you think of what you see right now the right has saved by the bell three rounds then you've got to give that the fury no doubt about the address here is Ron I'm I'm shocked I I can't even I don't even have words right now I'm completely surprised and shocked by the way fearing I was going to walk away while there is and a lot not not just happen here for us I yeah you're what you're about a minute here about a minute if I time I had it was that I was on the right is a right cross real clean not the wild ways still not did not to talk about the first time I've seen him rocked like it knocked him sideways and now he's back in up in he's tryna all while he's holding he's fallen down all wow yeah he was clutching that I've never seen Wilder so Irish not on the street by the sword you have the source yeah yeah the whole first fight against fury he was never in that position and now he's he's got to be careful what do you do going around for now if your fury do come out like a ton of bricks to try to end this thing or do you still be careful just go with your game play cannot be careful going to game plan because water still has the right hand and you still can get call at any moment we've seen fog before man where guys get beat for eight rounds nine rounds ten rounds in around eleven comes in he gets caught with a punch any in and next thing you know he he sleeps all no say what your plans they would your game plan he's got a good game plan and he said he was gonna come forward and it's either they're showing the replay here now that that puts looked a little weird right did it look like a it wasn't the right here he got hit with the left hand farce the left hand gets in there first that's the punch in the right hand kinda hit some in the back of the head of the supposed to be in a legal punch and boxing either worn in our points taken away and you can see water kind of complaining about it said a rep once he got you know got down on one knee yeah I'm so I'm shocked I don't even know what to say RT honestly I really thought Wilder will come out and be you know just you know Harel fired out swing invited and I'm I'm just really really shocked and maybe he's a more freedom than people thought the war including myself yeah I gotta tell you five of my game plan if I'm furious I'm coming after me I'm coming after him hard you see fury albeit more aggressive this round this is a completely different fight than the first one I'm the first one after it got going I'm not saying before after we got a goal when you saw that we could maybe drag out the distance this is what I don't think it's going to make that this is the way these two guys are are punching each other I I think somebody's going down and you were right you said what the your pick was Wilder and the six yeah while there may go down in the that's fine man if I if we if we get a knock out I'll be happy with it because I called a knock out if I picked the wrong guy you know had input any duck it's on this one because I just don't trust Bob so like I used to anymore there's a trip right there and he's down now this is what happens in boxing so it's just like in basketball when a shooter is all and you Fallon you put him on a free throw line and what did he say makes two free throws you just see the ball going to the basket then he starts to warm up box and to me the same thing once you start touching that campus I think that it affects you mentally as a boxer when you get back up and eventually try to fight back in it and now he's been down three times to once not now but he's also now fall that is slipping grabbed him around his legs and he just tripped and fell again and I he just looks I don't use the word sloppy but Wilder does not look like the water that we're used to seeing looks like now you're trying to find his right hand by the way doesn't matter who wins will there be a third one since the first one was a draw or this is pretty much at they just finish it up now you know yeah hi wow this is a weird fight it really is it's a it's kind of strange to see the way this thing is gone I didn't think of fury would come out and and put him down early like that at all no I if you want to get in like I said V. S. N. sports I'm instinct ingenious one they are in what round for I got to keep track of start lose track a little bit I think they're down to what the last eight or six seven or eight seconds in this round who's winning round for I wasn't able to keep a track on it but yeah I think fury was the dominator here what do you think in round four I agree with you ferries out right now three rounds the one and that while it is going to have to start to either just look for the haymaker because what Phiri also can do is to what he knows he's up one point if you wanted to you could just grab the rest of the fight and I'm and I'm not I'm not you know pompom pushing for it and I don't want to see that but it sometimes and box and it's Hey we're not worried about the fans think get out with the W. get out with the championship award about setting up the trilogy is set up to verify don't you love the way people give their prediction after the fight is starting how did Michael I wasn't talking about hold down a pretty quick triggered twenty diet cokes a day he's going to destroy while there sure and now it's looking good yeah I mean well now you're jumping on the bandwagon hindsight's twenty twenty I was cow and it's funny too I was scouring the internet earlier today I could find I couldn't find ten people who thought there was going to win this fight tonight hello yeah I was all over Twitter Facebook Instagram just reaching out to some other sports talk buddies and and I don't I I don't presume rob Hey who you who you guys like who who's winning this fight tonight that you can find ten guys the call fury when it despite that it really did feel like Wilder was focused and what's coming in here and I think like I said before I think people look at Ferrie's personality in his goofiness and you know jolly Nissen likes to have fun people look at that as a downfall but I say if it is truly who you are it is nothing wrong with it now if you're doing it just for attention then there's what it could be a problem but I do think that who who he really is that's his personality you know I think you were right when I was wrong about was I underestimated Furies power yeah I I thought that Wilder was the stronger one and you know since he put down fury twice I figure okay he's got the dock out power fury the better boxer but not the power did not come on down I was wrong about that you know yeah what is the better box and I have said this about Wilder many times on different shows social media theory isn't even a top fifteen have you wait in my opinion of all time wow no no he's not he's not a great boxer he's a one hit wonder he's a big punch guy if you watch his feet you watches form it's just not there he did he does not move around like Ali he doesn't have the head into showed a movie of a wholly failed he definitely doesn't have the viciousness and ferocious nous of a Mike Tyson he doesn't even have the the garden the power just power of a George foreman he's a one guy he's a one punch guidance that's all he can do he didn't throw a.

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"taipei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"taipei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stokes in Taipei coming under pressure police also starting the day or week up by four tenths of one percent and we are seeing a strain in New Zealand stocks weak at about a quarter of one percent and south Korea's KOSPI is down two tenths of one percent at two thousand and twenty points more economic doctor coming through suggesting some weakness in south Korea's economy with export struck me again in July as of course the two biggest trading partners of South Korea remain in at the trade war we also saw that slumping tech driving on exports down eleven percent in July from a year earlier that was an eighth straight declines and economists had estimated and eleven and a half percent drop WTI crude is weak at down by one and a half percent we have seen it try to fifty seven dollars sixty eight a barrel Brent crude also weaker at sixty four dollars a barrel gold is also Baker as well not much of reprieve in these markets today fourteen hundred and nine I U. S. still is an ounce sorry where you are seeing money is in the US dollars today let's get a check now of global news we've invested in San Francisco all right thank you Julia trying to showing a muscle banning travel to Taiwan excites current state of relations between the two that is individual travel of its citizens and must be into or groups China also pressing the U. S. to step up and explaining its role in the Hong Kong protests over twenty Hong Kong protestors about charges against them read in court a police initially it's at the forty four people have been charged tropical storm weapon departing Hong Kong by the observatory says the wind signal number is three will remain in force this morning throughout the.

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"taipei" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"taipei" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A preference to be able to be the my impact see the property. And so he didn't make any offers. I'm not making all even put his name in the happy, you can be tax properties. So here's property, but meet the criteria. He's been looking for. He wasn't around to be activated properties to be able to be efficient. Property mentor. Right as a mentor. You see this from time to time. And I think this is one of the biggest things we do as mentors is to help people over the initial hump that happens. And that's that's why you're bringing it up today. You know, is that this is something where if you're on your own and you're struggling with this getting some mentoring really helps so as a mentor. What are the reasons that you see when you get down the line with these people, and you look back what causes this? I'm still trying to figure that out to some degree a lot of it is fear and people just. Stop waiting to take action to push the button to get started in some cases. And and I can talk a lot about the training about the Taipei and type b personalities and a lot of the can come right down to that. People are more reserved more calculating allow before they pull the trigger will sometimes it's not to action and the other side of that Taipei aggressive people, and we haven't kind of a combination of both yesterday that same road trip. Example, we just discussed we had another member who. In one at a minimum. Company.

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"taipei" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"taipei" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"If you wanna hit some of those big sites on your first day there, but mostly I I want to embed myself with some people who've grown up in that place and spent enough. Time with them. He don't eat a couple meals take them out like have them walk around. And and ask them questions about their everyday lives that help you to understand actually their worldview, ask them what they find bewildering about American culture and what they find appealing about. It asked them in their daily lives that you know, like what media they consume. And all these things I find I've made travel just much more interesting for me. There's so much hidden knowledge. That's not in guidebooks. That's in the minds of the people who live there. You know, the whole Taipei alley investigation really just came from me asking a local there. I'm like what's the deal with all of that? And when I was just in Japan. I also noticed the same thing that triggered my my conversation in Taipei, which was like there are no public trash cans walking around with this this empty plastic Cup nor have nowhere to throw this out. So I carried it with me for the whole day. He'll say why are there? No public trashcans in Japan. And you know, someone had told me that it came. Mm from the Seren gas attacks in Japan many years ago, where they're like, hey, we don't want these trash cans in public where someone could hide something like that. Whereas in pay it was a totally different situation that explained that. So that's my meta- travel recommendation. I love it, by the way, that's a recommendation in not just physical places, but intellectual curiosities too. If you wanna learn about, whatever it is venture capital investing who talked to six or seven, venture capitalists and have them be your guide versus reading under books. You're gonna you're gonna leave it way better informed and with a much better understanding of nuance. I think that's the beauty is like the beauty of travel and expiration of any kind is the nuance of it. All that's kind of what makes it beautiful. So I love that advice. How about movies I like all types of movies? So I'm generally not prescriptive on like, I think you should find the types of movies that you enjoy. But I think that one way to heighten your appreciation of anything like film is. Just better understand how it works on you. Like, why does it good film work in a certain way? And why does a bad film work in another way?.

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