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"van bor" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

The Lavendaire Lifestyle

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"van bor" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

"Hello my loves eileen here just popping in for a surprise episode because we have some fun announcements to make first off happy labor day hope you guys had a great summer and for those of you who are going back to school sending you all good luck and good vibes for the back to school season so i know some of you might be missing the lavender lifestyle podcast. I just want to let you know oh that we will be back for season five of the podcast on november third so mark your calendars for that dates were already starting to record and i'm super excited for the next season and so get ready so i came today to let you know that i have a guest takeover episode on the optimal living daily podcast. Yes you heard that right optimal living daily really. I am so excited about it. It's one of the top personal development podcasts out there so if you wanna hear my episode search for episode thirteen sixty one which should be episode so that went live today on september second two thousand nineteen labor day in the u._s. The link to find this is oh l. D. podcast dot com slash one three six six one so i wrote an article about living for yourself and not others and i'm really proud of it so go ahead and listen by the way if you wanna stay in the loop and follow the behind the scenes of the podcast there are two places you should check out definitely check out our facebook group the lavender lifestyle community and also follow us on instagram at shop lapin happen dare so that's the shop. Instagram account is not my personal one because on those accounts we're going to be posting a lot of the behind the scenes previewing the guests that we're going to bring on the show. Oh and we're also going to collect questions that you guys ask our guests so if you want to be part of the podcast submit your questions definitely follow us on instagram or join our facebook group group or both and i will talk to you guys more there. Make sure to mark your calendars for the return of the podcast on november third and if you're interested in the lavender shop yep we're launching new notebooks on september twenty fifth so check out our shop then and we are also coming out with the twenty twenty artists of life workbook on november. Oh van bor i so the next few months will be really exciting with a bunch of launches and new content so get ready for it all right sending you so much. Love talk to you in november by.

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"van bor" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"van bor" Discussed on KGO 810

"Van Bor, I thought well, this is a preliminary of prediction, they make a community wide have a panel of Sola scientists supposedly including everybody in the business the puts together a prediction last time. They couldn't agree. So they had two different predictions. You can see on live graph agreeing to different green lines. So I said, well, you know, sometime in about six months, I should see it prediction. Well to this month has been a prediction, and I'm looking at the same. You know, what maybe there's real disagreement and uncertainty within that science community. Now, this we last week. They did put out some people on the panel put out a prediction saying. Saying that they have confidence quote, the coming cycles should break the trend of weakening solar activity seen in the past four cycles. So they're predicting this is the people who made this announcement. At prediction panel saying, yes, there will be a soul cycle, and it will be stronger than we've seen. Well, there's several problems with that one. They didn't announce a new curve the next cycle, which is what these predictions normally go for. They didn't have a big press release announcement. And this doesn't match not only what I know a lot of the science community believes. But it doesn't match what I've seen the last four cycles would not a friend of weakening solar activity, the three previous cycles had shown an increase in actively. Which is why one of the oh seven predictions for the just past cycle wasn't high wants a lot of sell the scientists believe that that trend of increasing activity was continue. So I can't quite make much of this prediction that it might be. It's government paid panel. And they're playing politics. Again, what I see coming out of all this is that the soul of science community is very uncertain. And a lot of them actually believe we might be heading towards a grand minimum. But that's a really risky prediction. And they don't wanna make that by twenty twenty three. What's the date for the minimum minimum? According to the red curve. They got right now is in the minimum now. And they're saying the minimum is going to go till twenty twenty three that's three and a half years. There's never been a minimum net law. And so that's a very intriguing thing. That means we start seeing a ramp up until twenty twenty four almost half a decade from now you've minimum this fall. So that's just to me that they want to wait a bit before they make any kind of commitment to a prediction because they really don't know what's going to happen and one of the options that a lot of them do think might happen. And this is not a consensus is that any two grand minimal. Grand minimum is where you have no solar cycle. No significant sunspots for literally decades and decades has no solar cycle anymore. And the last time that happened was in the sixteen hundreds correspondent of the little ice age. What you had failed crops and famines and summers that could not exist. And so this is a significant question, and we don't know what's going to happen. I will tell you. There are two considerations. If this happens, you'll have to possible possibilities that will be profound. I, of course, scientists will have a chance to study this with the right tools.

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"van bor" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

The Freedive Cafe Podcast

13:02 min | 3 years ago

"van bor" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

"At similar to your your story. But it was for me. I would say sell sell, and it's I think also in that stage of my life. I was probably a ready to continue my story in all I am telling you have a standing on that bridge. And I was really I was just like, okay. Should just jump or latte. Look up in. Remember, I said in a lot. Do whatever you need to do. Like, I give up and then moment, I think when I completely surrendered in our stop like controlling this is when things start happening for me is also when thriving heaven, you know, and this is also why because people asking me there, obviously offered hours are kind of amazed Holcombe equa do such a such a quick providence in I would say opt absolately absolutely the background kind of helped me, you know, in this progress that out the most importantly is this Cup ability of surrendering, you know, of not of losing control being okay to lose control to to trust. And again, maybe as Tarik butts. I'm telling you in d'etre dieting, it's had the me out while I'm very, you know, happy. For you that this transformation has taken place, and that we're speaking with speaking with each other today, and you know, you can have the opportunity to inspire other people who are also having difficult situations, and sort of shine some light on the potential that we have to to make positive changes in their life. I'm really really happy that we are talking. I'm very happy. And yeah, as before, you know, I think that at the end of the day, you know, we need to have each other. You know, we are here all with the same purpose? And I I it's a big shame. You know that we are. So I'm talking about in general, you know, we human beings and being so kind of instead of you know, connect with each other. We are so, you know, apart in more apart. And yeah, it's it's I think it's a shame. So I think we need to go in action on stuck in about it. And do something about it. It's the irony is the religion this world where every minute goes by we get more and more connected by our computers and our devices smartphones. But really seems that people are getting lonely lonely are in crazier and crazier, and there's a lot less. Knew conversations sitting down and talking to people and figuring things out and helping each other. It's it's very interesting because what I'm not saying is as you said before we are going into this direction. But on the other hand, there are more people who are. It's more aware, and the I would say in general awareness is just growing because this is this is how life goes in. We cannot stop that. It's it's it's just a lot of the universe in. So. Yeah. But it can be sometimes quite hard in that will honestly sometimes I feel very lonely. No, I think that's kind of like the thing about being able to go to like, a free dive Pang Lau and spent a season training there something like that. You you also, you know, you'll also need to surround yourself with the right people, the people that are going to support you emotionally and spiritually, and you know, that's that's really impart important part of of being having a space to develop whoever it is that you are if you're living in the middle of a big city, and you're doing a job that you really don't like. And you're you have a negative peer group around you. It's really hard to get out of that situation, sometimes so etc. Etc. It's it's really really important in because anyway, like most of the year term spending, multi home, home home. So basically, it's very important that I create eclipsed in all like an environment in out that make me feel like home. So this is why I'm keeping calming. I think one of the reasons this guy's in day making fair really really welcomed, and it it's my second home now. I still haven't been there. I have to maybe I'll come this year. If I got a couple of extra weeks. Look you have to come here, and we need to train together. I would like to giggle it's ridiculously close as well. You know, how easy it is to get a flight from from Taiwan. Just not easy to get time off my job. That's the problem. That's usually the problem. But I am very smart because I'm not working. So I say just quick Dopp. Discreet, worry. I am. I'm in the process of making that happen one more year. And there wouldn't be a job to quit slow going to be going. All right. Okay. Very our. I'm tell you. I I will tell you driving as you know. It's the fella ping so far. So very talented in in this this thing even ahead to today about this this what's the work the log at just about. Yes. Executive brilliant, the will really need up, but they. Can all like traffic is so much media attention. And I think we have a lot of potential hair. So I mean, I think this is only just the like if you compare free diving to to things like a climbing or surfing, you know, this is just the beginning as far as free diving media goes, so I'm kind of happy to be at the start of it epseta chain. Sounding together. Let's let's get back to you though. So at the moment, you are you consider yourself, basically a. Fulltime athlete. I am. Yeah. Because you know, a lot of people who are actually also athletes are also like, you know, like doing some day job as well. Right and free diving world because the opportunities for sponsorship and for making a living from free diving or quite limited. So, but you are filled time focusing on this sport as your your way of life. Maybe you could. You know, take us through the vote. You're where you're at right now, you are what stage of your training. What's did your of your period is Asian are you what are your plans for this year in terms of which competitions? Or you're going to be going to what is this year? Gonna look like for you. That's like a lot of questions that was like four or five questions all at once. It's like, you know, you know, are, you know, diverse dollars the memory of divers. I can't even remember what I was talking about. Now, I wanted to to something about this being like full-time athletes because it sounds, you know, it's very nice. And honestly like I'm so prohibited. During the than doing it in a lucky out to to be doing what I actually love in because. I am athletes in my soul in core. And I just, you know, loved his this element leather. So I I am not. But it was very very hard way. It's not easy to because you know, some people might think that autumn should just like of straining, but it's not that is it in like basically for two years of my professional career. You know, was basically coming from from my, you know, like from the from what my parents left me in sister also because I couldn't afford it wouldn't be able to afford it in. Also, it's you know, we sold munc- stir our home, my parents are not the not the here anymore. So you know, it was not it was not easy. So basically, I invested missile over home in both invested in. Our new life. So it's not easy after that. Because I was I was turning to heart because I was being very consistent because I was doing really really with results because I was very active with the media which takes on a lot of energy out of you allowed gentlemen. That's, you know, result at the end as the, you know, the sponsors Slava's Lumley approaching it's still very hard. But you know, so just the my just to be sure it's not easy being wasn't added to you on a plate just to make sure people are aware as most of the people who are listening have a pretty good idea. How the professional free divers life differs from the professional footballer's life, or example. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. Now in the end the at the end of the year is not like I can be. The house or something. I mean, I won't be able to be the house dismay. Let's be clear here. Now, I just take it as my own personal development. You know, exploration growth in on this ally. However, take this experience, and I'm sure it would have made lie in my future about about straining 's. Well, I was I was doing some training the become I started based training on Sabina. And I'm very happy must say that. It's the first time I have a coach and I have a coach straightening in conditioning coach they're cautioning. She's basically a next week for a swimmer coach. So finally, you know, I have someone I work with and the allowed verse time that you're going to be working with the coach during your China. Thing pre-competition season. Exactly exactly now because we because we have a very good communication, and we are working really really well. But unfortunately, she needs to be Savina. I'm here in bungalow. So it's very hard to work together that so now we're trying to to. Yeah. To Geico here. Be can be you know, full-time culture can be with me. She can give me even the support that we were talking before because the support is super super important in because it get better very very hard, especially when you are like before copetition, you're super tired. You know, you begin your shape, your big performance, and then you have to deal with all the logistics. If it can get better stressful nemo and an automation than the Nydia because now getting more and more attention, you know, so it's good to have someone. Also, just just to listen, you know, so that would be that would be really great if not this year, I hope next year. So this is something new in my training. I saw can we heard on the van Bor Saudis, some based reineck recon and now the computing law startled so with the with Stipe that tr-. Training because I mean, it makes sense right to take advantage of the fact that I'm here. So let's say do I come to today's of that trading Monday put training, and then of course, also in the afternoon, I do some like additional training sub, gene. And then the fourth day I have a day off and in the letter mice cycle right now. But obviously this this change comic closer to the competition road to the moments like three days on one day off. The one day one and a half, they pool kind of thing. I'd be interested to hear in like first of all which competitions. Will you be attending this year? Yeah. So my first petition will be here in the house run. Yes. Exactly. So I was lucky enough to get on the on the stock as as getting crazy like it's boss, so quickly the places now, I think I think it was forty like seven or even less minutes. I mean, it's crazy.

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"van bor" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

On The Line with Estée Lalonde

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"van bor" Discussed on On The Line with Estée Lalonde

"But yeah, I think the fact that there is always something to do. Like, I grew up in a pretty small ish town. And it's like, I don't know. I always wanted to live in a big city. And yeah, I don't know. And I love the people here. I love the people so much hilarious. Yeah. Okay. Let's get to the next question. High Estee this Cassidy, I'm a longtime fan of yours. I wanted to ask you something that I kind of wanted to ask us civically for a while. So I'm American, but I'm living in London right now. I'm a student getting my masters, and luckily, I've been able to live here with a student visa, but soon once I'm done with my master's, I'm going to have to get a job and get a working visa, and I know obviously, you're Canadian and you've lived in London for a while. So I would just love to hear cut of how you maneuvered that logistically how did it work for you? What was the visa process like? I don't know if that's a boring question. But I think it could be relevant to a lot of people because I know a lot of people, especially, you know, in their twenties or so or trying to figure out how to live in another country, and I would just love to specifically here about what it was like for you moving to London. So thank you. I personally get a lot of questions about the visa process. People are really interested in the visa stuff. But I feel like it's different for everyone situation. So you have tirade. Yeah. I had to marriage visa, right? But I took long like I was quote unquote visiting and you know, you have a six month gap for you to visit yet I utilized that maybe like the first year before I actually got my visa, right which was a little difficult because traveling in and out there like how long you saying you're like a live here, but you know, visiting so use that for a bit because I was going back and forth quite often. And then when I got my marriage visa it actually came in within a month and a half. I did it in. Van Bor and the process was kind of long because they wanted to history of everything they wanted conversation. They wanted to make sure it was a real relationship. So which is good because I had conversations for like three years, prior and marriage, pictures, and everything. So I mean, it depends on the type of visa that. You you go in you get, but sometimes it could be a little tricky, especially if you do it during the wintertime 'cause that's when.

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Benedict Cumberbatch Saved a Man from Muggers

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Benedict Cumberbatch Saved a Man from Muggers

"You don't have to worry about them lists new york so smaller town in new york state that's different the suburbs that's then that's like a fourth of the price i'm sure he can get a space by himself for five hundred bucks a month so here's my point though right you don't have to go airbnb you start living but anyway there's there's those they're going to have papers exclusive to that small town he's the superstar there other it's notorious or not and the wife to be is saying i don't know about this we'll do it but you know yes crazy and i'm going to have a kid should you change the diaper like these indecision cz now we're going to now this has become the soap opera in the newspaper a story came out back in the van bor benedict cumberbatch she's huge now for playing doctor strange sof four people beating up somebody on a bike beating them up to rob him jumped out of the o'byrne and save the day yeah wow how'd you do that with four people beating up on someone when you hear something like time benedict cumberbatch you wonder like okay this this even happened but then that it happened in november and happen to leak out you believe more than i hear the wife was also in the uber and to me i'm like oh okay then then you have to jump out to your wife will remember that forever i think a lot of wives or maybe fifty fifty would be like why did you have to jump out there for people and i married to you you know what i mean like why are you putting yourself in such great danger without even thinking about it i wouldn't trust your words a jump out i can't believe that i mean i would jump out with you if you're jumping out i'm not gonna let you attack for people by yourself i would knock you out as a favor but only a few after you witnessed my bravery you're kind of prick this hero shit lots happening.

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