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This week on Netflix Roulette, we take a look back at the film Extraction, starring Liam Hemsworth. A hardened mercenary's mission becomes a soul-searching race to survive when he's sent into Bangladesh to rescue a drug lord's kidnapped son. What did you think of the movie, let us know on social media. Check out our new merch store: https://www.bonfire.com/store/cinema-gold-show/ Sponsors: Pod Decks: www.poddecks.com - Use Promo Code larry21 for Ten Percent off your order Audible: Free Audio Book - www.audibletrial.com/larry21 Paramount+: https://paramountplus.qflm.net/c/2653816/1378116/3065 Follow Us on Social Media: Twitter: www.twitter.com/cinemagoldshow IG: https://www.instagram.com/thecinemagoldshow/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cinemagoldshow Join Our Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CinemaGoldShow/ If you enjoy the show, consider becoming a financial supporter. You can: Buy Us A Coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/cinemagold Become a Patron: https://patreon.com/cinemagold GoFundMe: https://gofund.me/dadb7f77
☀️ C'est l'été sur Nouveau Modèle ! J'ai donc fait une sélection d'anciens épisodes pour vous proposer de découvrir ou de redécouvrir des invitées engagées. Dans cet épisode, je reçois la styliste Marine Olacia. Son visage vous dit peut-être quelque chose, elle a fait une brève apparition dans le documentaire « Fast Fashion - Les dessous de la mode à bas prix » diffusé il y a quelques semaines sur Arte. J'ai invité Marine sur le podcast pour nous raconter son expérience en tant qu'ancienne styliste pour le groupe Inditex, le géant qui possède notamment Zara. Dans l'épisode Marine nous raconte qu'elle a essayé de changer les choses en interne en tant que salariée mais que c'est loin, très loin, d'être simple.Marine est aussi spécialiste du jean, et on évoque ensemble les problématiques de cet emblème de la mode. Un jean nécessite à lui seul des centaines de litres d'eau, des pesticides, des colorants, des teintures toxiques et des millions de kilomètres de transport. Il y a aussi l'effet délavé, obtenu grâce à la technique du sablage. Des ouvriers et des ouvrières projettent du sable à haute pression sur les jeans, dans des petites cabines sans aération. Le sable contient 80 % de silice. La silice peut provoquer la silicose, une maladie pulmonaire incurable. Alors il existe d'autres méthodes aujourd'hui pour délaver les jeans comme le laser, et tant mieux l'industrie textile se transforme. Avec Marine on a parlé de boycott, de créativité et du Bangladesh. Je vous souhaite une très belle écoute ! ----- Références : Site WGSN : https://www.wgsn.com/en/ Jeanologia : https://www.jeanologia.com Tonello : https://www.tonello.com/en/product/the-laser-c Marine Leuleu ----- Mixage : Thomas Lenglain
Season 12, Ep 22: Daniel Norcross joins Geoff this week, after the success of the Commonwealth Games cricket tournament and the sad news arriving that former umpire Rudi Koertzen has died, after being one of the iconic figures of the 1990s and 2000s. Elsewhere, The Hundred is kinda sorta happening, the Asia Cup is approaching, and Sikandar Raza is on the streak of his life in making Zimbabwe win two series against Bangladesh. Your Nerd Pledge number this week: 2.85 - Dom Philp. Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find previous episodes at finalwordcricket.com 20% off primo WoodstockCricket.co.uk bats with the code TFW20 15% off treatment at AdvancedHairStudio/FinalWord The Final Word is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network Title track by Urthboy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As Director General of the Foreign Service and ambassador to three countries in three different bureaus (Philippines, Bangladesh, and Zimbabwe), and having served in DC leadership positions on the 7th floor and White House, Amb. Thomas saw U.S. diplomacy from multiple perspectives. He reflects on crisis management, leadership, and career progression. He talks about the blatant discrimination he encountered early in Peru and later in Zimbabwe, his adventures in rural Nigeria, and his time working for Sec. Rice and moments with Pres. Bush after 9/11 – all the while he conveys a sense of humor, dedication and determination. His thoughts on diversity and internal management are unvarnished, and his love for the Foreign Service is on full display.
With China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in news lately with the tensions surrounding Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port, in episode 1054 of #CutTheClutter, ThePrint Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta looks at China's pattern of lending, what happens to nations which take on debts they didn't want & why is Bangladesh's Finance Minister wary about China's ‘debt trap' strategy.
Today on the Woody and Wilcox Show: Wilcox confuses Golden Girls and Golden Globes; It Happened in Florida; College student can taste words; Little League player consoles pitcher; Woody Game Wednesday; Ferrari recall; Domino's closes all stores in Italy; A singer in Bangladesh was arrested for crimes against music; And so much more!
The latest episode of Hyperspace Theories discusses the full story unfurled in the newest six-episode Disney+ series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU): Ms. Marvel, featuring the origin story of teenage heroine Kamala Khan. Tricia Barr and B.J. Priester are joined by longtime FANgirl Blog contributor Priya Chhaya, an historian and advocate for representation in storytelling and nonfiction alike. First introduced in the comics, Kamala Khan stands out as Marvel's first Pakistani-American and Muslim superhero. Like the comics, the Ms. Marvel series showcases Kamala's family, friends, faith, and community as integral aspects of her personal identity both before and after she acquires her superpowers. At the same time, her story includes universal themes than resonate with audience members who do not share her heritage or religion, such as overprotective parents, sibling resentment, and a multi-generational immigrant experience in the United States. In addition, Ms. Marvel is prominently a story about mothers and daughters, too often still a rarity in blockbuster entertainment and other popular fiction. Kamala's story is also unusual in featuring an intact family unit. The Ms. Marvel series also places significant emotional prominence on an important event in the 20th century history of South Asia: the Partition of India at the end of British imperial occupation, creating new borders and the new country of Pakistan. (Subsequently, East Pakistan became the independent nation of Bangladesh.) The Partition not only sparked religiously motivated violence in India, but also the largest mass migration in human history as millions of Muslim refugees fled to Pakistan. Ms. Marvel highlights the Partition in the flashback love story of Aisha and Hasan, as well as its lingering ramifications in the lives of Sana, Muneeba, and Kamala. Although the Clandestines and the Department of Damage Control serve as Kamala's overt antagonists in the series, Ms. Marvel perhaps suggests that the real villain is the generational trauma of imperialism. Related Links: Ms. Marvel Powerfully Portrays the Pain of Partition (Nerdist) Ms. Marvel head writer Bisha K. Ali's Google Docs reading list about the Partition (Twitter) Bon Jovi tweets about Ms. Marvel (Sana Amanat on Twitter) Contact Information: Hyperspace Theories: Twitter @HyperspacePod Tricia Barr: Twitter @FANgirlcantina; email Tricia@fangirlblog.com B.J. Priester: Twitter @RedPenofLex; email Lex@fangirlblog.com Priya Chhaya: Twitter @priyastoric
Samiha Tahsin gründete ein IT-Startup, um allen Menschen das Internet zu bringen, egal ob sie arm sind oder reich. Dies ist die Geschichte einer weiblichen Eingebung. Die Geschichte, wie sie es geschafft hat – in Bangladesch.
The former US President, Donald Trump, says federal agents carried out a search warrant at his resort in Palm Beach, Florida on Monday. No reason has been given for the search, and there's been no comment from the White House. It comes on the same day Democrat senators passed the landmark Inflation Reduction Act - a bill they say will crack down on America's rising prices and greenhouse gas emissions. Elsewhere, Business Matters visits Bangladesh, where citizens are living under the grip of inflation. Throughout the programme we're joined by guests on either side of the world: Peter Morici in Washington, and Zyma Islam in Bangladesh. Also, we get the latest as tensions continue to simmer between the US and China over Taiwan. David Woo, a Taiwanese former Wall Street trader-turned-blogger, explains why sentiment in Taiwan is not as clear cut as we might imagine; and Neil Seeman, founder of the research firm RIWI, tells us why that's a challenge for big data science to meet. (Picture: The Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. Credit: Getty Images.)
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Large-scale protests over the soaring cost of fuel have broken out in Bangladesh. The government increased the cost of petrol and diesel by more than 50% over the weekend. We speak to industrial economist Dr Khondaker Golam Moazzem in Dhaka. Two more ships carrying grain have left Ukraine. Their departure means 10 ships have now left the Black Sea ports since last week, when a deal was brokered to move an estimated 18 million metric tons of grains that have been trapped in Ukraine since Russia's invasion in February. Commodities analyst Victoria Blazhko explains how the development will affect prices around the world. UK airport boss Tim Jeans provides analysis of the global aviation industry, as Australian carrier Qantas asks executives to work as baggage handlers for three months, as it faces staff shortages.
Israele e Palestina: Operazione breaking down, morte a Gaza, raggiunta una tregua. Afghanistan: raffica di attentati negli ultimi tre giorni, Radio Bullets diretta a Kabul. Colombia: giura presidente Gustavo Pedro. Stati Uniti: omicidi islamofobi in New Messico. Museo di Londra accetta di restituire 70 opere d'arte alla Nigeria. A Parigi si ricordano i 100 giorni del giornalista ostaggio in Mali. Cile: una dolina diventa abbastanza grande da inghiottire l'Arco di Trionfo francese. Nicaragua: la polizia accusa la Chiesa di voler destabilizzare il governo. Questo e molto altro nel notiziario di Radio Bullets, a cura di Barbara Schiavulli Se vuoi sostenere l'informazione indipendente www.radiobullets.com/sostienici
Welcome back! Today's guest is Alicia Jarrett, Alicia is an experienced leadership expert helping women in business and real estate educators to increase their performance, and inspire growth and accountability using proven rock-solid methods. Alicia has been a strong female business owner and entrepreneur for almost 15 years, helping leaders of all levels to maximize their performance and increase their potential. [00:00 - 06:29] How to do business from anywhere in the world with real estate investing success Alicia Jarrett is a global real estate investor based in Australia who conducts her deals in the US. She co-owns multiple businesses, including Global Citizens Holding Land Scouts, Supercharged Offers, and Wilda for women in business. [06:29 - 13:01] Remotely Scaling Your Real Estate Business Covid has been one of the worst things in history But one of the good things that have come out of it is that a lot of people have gotten used to working remotely now. Even down to our title companies and some of the counties we work with, they've all gotten very sophisticated. The miss about scaling is that adding more people just adds more cost. To overcome this, start doing business remotely by getting on the phone with people from Australia and establishing relationships. Once they got the first person in place, it became easier to find other partners and do business [13:01 - 19:28] Real Estate Marketing Tips from Supercharged Offers How the real estate market can be unpredictable and how this can lead to more sellers and buyers in a recession. Supercharged offers help real estate investors by providing them with a consistent pipeline of deals. One of the biggest problems for real estate investors is inconsistency, which can lead to deals not being closed or returns not being realized on investments quickly enough. [19:29 - 24:09] Closing Segment Reach out to Alicia Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “You don't have to do it all yourself. If you find the right people to partner with, be okay to let go of control of some things, as long as those things are done well, and spend your time and energy on the stuff that makes you money” - Alicia Jarrett ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Alicia visit their website www.superchargedoffers.com You may email her at email@example.com or call her team through (888) 538-5478 Connect with me: Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Alicia Jarrett: a lot of people are like, well, I have to do business in the state that I'm in, or I know I have to be able to go and see the properties. [00:00:05] Alicia Jarrett: No, you don't. You can do business from anywhere in the world. We have done deals on ski slopes in France, on yachts and Croatia. And all the way here from Australia. So you do not need to be in the same location as your deals, as long as you know what you're doing, how to run your due diligence, how to have boots on the ground when you need it. [00:00:23] Alicia Jarrett: And making sure that you've got the right people on your team. Other than that, You don't need to be anywhere near your deals as long as the deal stacks up and the numbers stack up. You're all good. [00:00:43] Sam Wilson: Alicia Jarrett is a global real estate investor based in Australia who conducts her deals in the us. She co-owns multiple businesses, including global citizens holding L Scouts, supercharged offers and Wilder for women in business. Alicia, welcome [00:00:57] Alicia Jarrett: to the show. Thank you so much, Sam. Great to be here. Pleasure's mind all the way from all the way from the future. [00:01:03] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Yes, you are coming from the future. That's funny. I hadn't heard that before. Yeah, I know. it's June 29th for you. [00:01:09] Alicia Jarrett: I would assume it sure is. Yeah. Yeah. June 29th, 6:00 AM. And tomorrow's looking pretty good for you, Sam. I can tell you that much. [00:01:16] Sam Wilson: Great. Great. What's the stock market doing? [00:01:18] Sam Wilson: I guess it's not open yet. Shoot. open to find out where I should place my bets tomorrow. Yeah. It's only June 28th for me. It is a pleasure to have you on the show. There are three questions I ask every guest who comes to the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? [00:01:32] Sam Wilson: And how did you get there? [00:01:34] Alicia Jarrett: Yep. Where did we start? We started doing so we are based in Australia as people can probably tell them from my accent. We started doing some houses way back in like 20 years ago here in Australia, just to get some investment properties up and running. But then when we wanted to take that full time, we ended up going into the us. [00:01:50] Alicia Jarrett: We did some fix and flips with houses. We then went into vacant land, which is now our asset class that we do. Where are we now? We are now doing multiple vacant land deals per month. We've got a team of three full time customer service people in that business. We now have our own real estate marketing business based in the us because. [00:02:08] Alicia Jarrett: We saw that there was a huge gap in the market of how people know how to do good marketing. That's got 14 people in it and we're about to launch a new app called enable letters.com. So, yeah, we've grown a lot in five years, Z . [00:02:20] Sam Wilson: So, so say that. What was the last business that you're involved in? [00:02:23] Alicia Jarrett: The last one we're about to launch a new app it's coming watch this space. It's called neighbor letters.com and we're launching a [00:02:30] Sam Wilson: neighbor letters. Yep. Got it. Okay. Sorry. I'm hard. Not only am my heart of hearing. I'm not very bright. So forgive me. So neighbor [00:02:37] Alicia Jarrett: letters is the Aussie accent is a thick one. [00:02:40] Sam Wilson: it's all good neighbor letters. So what is that? [00:02:44] Alicia Jarrett: So that is an app where a lot of real estate investors, when they get a property under contract or they wanna sell that direct to market or they wanna just send out any types of coms to people in an area where they have properties. A lot of people send out neighbor letters, but the process to do that is very very onerous. [00:03:01] Alicia Jarrett: You've gotta go and, find out who are your neighbors are and download. And cleanse that list and put that into a mail merge and get that sent to a print house. And a lot of the times it's small print runs which a lot of print companies won't do. So a lot of times people print it themselves and then they have to take it to the post office. [00:03:16] Alicia Jarrett: We're building a service where you can actually, and in like six clicks or less and in about six seconds, get your neighbor letters all sent out. So we're really big on, on data. What's the point of enabler letters is when you've got a property. So regardless of what property that is, maybe it's vacant land or a house or any other kind of asset class, sometimes your best buyers are people that already live in the area. [00:03:37] Alicia Jarrett: Right. They know the area well, right. The neighbors. The people surrounding the property and particularly for info, lots as well, like a lot of different real estate investors. If they've got an info lot with vacant land, the first people they'll reach out to is the people on that street or the people surrounding that house because they know the area better than anyone. [00:03:55] Alicia Jarrett: And if you can put the right offer in front of them, a lot of the time people in the area are like, yep. I want that [00:04:02] Sam Wilson: I? Absolutely. Yeah. I'm proved that you're AB the house I'm standing in was my neighbor's. And I, oh, there you go. I was like, and there's my next office. Great. Okay, cool. And I would what we call it here in Memphis is securing your borders. [00:04:14] Sam Wilson: It's yeah, it's exactly right. Like, and I wanna own my whole neighborhood if I could. [00:04:20] Alicia Jarrett: Yep. Correct. It's like a monopoly board. [00:04:22] Sam Wilson: yeah, a hundred percent. I, yeah, if I can not control the wrong word, but I guess it's probably exactly what I mean. So why not just come out and say it, but if I can control who living next to me and I get to pick my neighbors by all means [00:04:33] Alicia Jarrett: I plan on doing so and someone doesn't build a McMansion right. [00:04:36] Alicia Jarrett: Next. To you that, that is an IO. Like, you get control over that. Right. So, yeah. Yeah. Maybe's where it's at. That's AB you know that's coming. We can talk about that on a whole nother podcast. [00:04:46] Sam Wilson: no, right. I know. I'm sorry. I got distracted by it. It was like, oh, that's really fascinating. Haven't heard of that. [00:04:51] Sam Wilson: Forgive me. The point of our conversation here today is really to find out how you have scaled your companies, especially being halfway around the world. I mean yep. And having a vacant land, investing business, doing fix and flips, I can. I've only done one fix and flip where I never saw the property in person. [00:05:09] Sam Wilson: Like how in the world did you do that? [00:05:12] Alicia Jarrett: Yeah. Good question. I'm gonna start before I answer that. I'm just gonna start by dispelling a myth here if that's okay, Sam, because we speak to real estate investors all day long in our marketing business. And a lot of people are like, well, I have to do business in the state that I'm in, or I know I have to be able to go and see the properties. [00:05:28] Alicia Jarrett: No, you don't. You can do business from anywhere in the world. We have done deals on ski slopes in France, on yachts and Croatia. And all the way here from Australia. So you do not need to be in the same location as your deals, as long as you know what you're doing, how to run your due diligence, how to have boots on the ground when you need it. [00:05:46] Alicia Jarrett: And making sure that you've got the right people on your team. Other than that, You don't need to be anywhere near your deals as long as the deal stacks up and the numbers stack up. You're all good. So how did we scale? I guess where we started Sam, if I can go back to the beginning, cuz I just mentioned their boots on the ground. [00:06:00] Alicia Jarrett: So when we first started doing business in the us, we spent a fair amount of time in the us. Every couple of months we were over there. Meeting with realtors, title companies, going, checking out areas getting to know the lay of the land and putting the right people in place to, to be able to then step away and have the right people there. [00:06:19] Alicia Jarrett: So number one, get the right people on your team. Get the right boots on the ground. Once we did that, we were then able to do pretty much everything remotely. And if there's one thing, Sam. Unfortunately, Covid been one of the worst things in history we've seen, but one of the good things that has come out of it is that a lot of people have gotten used to working remotely now. [00:06:38] Alicia Jarrett: And even down to our title companies and some of the counties that we work with, they've all gotten very sophisticated. Let's say not too sophisticated, but they've all gotten better in kind of doing things, without having to be there in person. So when we scaled, I think the thing. [00:06:55] Alicia Jarrett: The miss about scaling. A lot of people go, we gotta scale by adding more people. And doing more of the same scaling is not about necessarily adding people to your business. Like that just adds more cost scaling really at the end of the day is looking at how do you. What's the process in systems. [00:07:14] Alicia Jarrett: And how do you do business and how do you do more of that without necessarily adding more cost? And that's all about efficiency? So sometimes I hear people go, I wanna scale my business. And the first thing that they say, Sam is, I'm gonna go and hire a VA. I'm like, that's not scaling. That's just managing people. [00:07:31] Alicia Jarrett: so, it's it's an interesting approach that people think about when they hear the word scale. [00:07:36] Sam Wilson: You said, you came here to the states, which, I mean, God bless you. Flying back and forth from Australia is not a short hop. But you came back and forth quite a bit in the early days to kind of establish your, your industry partners, your title companies, your lenders and everybody else maybe early on boots on the ground would sound like it would be a challenging piece of the equation or piece of the puzzle. [00:07:56] Sam Wilson: To solve. How did [00:07:57] 615audio1805131727: you [00:07:58] Alicia Jarrett: overcome that easiest puzzle to solve? So we actually started that remotely. We just got on the phone to people from Australia and we said, Hey, we're real estate investors. We're gonna be investing first of all in Florida. We're looking first of all for realtors to be on our team. [00:08:12] Alicia Jarrett: So that we've got some Intel about different areas in Florida. And we just got on the phone to different realtors and said, this is what we're doing. We're planning on coming over. Are you the kind of realtor that's interested in working with an investor? That's got some interesting strategies we wanna put into play. [00:08:28] Alicia Jarrett: Most realtors. This is going back five years ago. I think the story would be different now, but most realtors didn't even bother returning our phone calls. Ones that did we still do business with today? And one in particular has been on our team since day one. He, his name's Michael Cassidy and he's amazing. [00:08:44] Alicia Jarrett: And he went out and helped us buy our first few properties and one of the first fix and flips we did, we actually went over and did like demo day together. Because we wanted to get to know our contracting team and all of that. And he's been with us since day one. We now JV with him on a number of deals and through that, and here's the thing. [00:09:00] Alicia Jarrett: Once you get the first person in place, the easiest question then becomes, okay, so we're working with you and this is working well. Who do you know? Who's some title companies that you've worked with that, that you trust. Who's some probate attorneys that, that you've worked with, that you trust. who's some real estate attorneys you've worked with that you trust. [00:09:19] Alicia Jarrett: And the list goes on. So we got introduced to quite a few people because of that existing relationship. And that's the same in pretty much if I think about the multiples now of people that we work with, a lot of, it's not what, it's who, you know, And are you willing to ask for an introduction? [00:09:34] Sam Wilson: that's a great point. That's a great point. And that's, you're leveraging their Rolodex. I mean, it's like, yeah. Yeah. [00:09:40] Alicia Jarrett: Who do you, and that it's, what's good for you is good for them. It's kind of that I use the word ecology. It's good for you. It's good for me. And it's good for the greater good. [00:09:47] Alicia Jarrett: and if we can approach business with that lens that, Hey, if you help me, I'll bring you more deals. And that has happened. So in our team, if I think about our title company, our realtors, our probate attorneys, I've introduced them now to. Hundreds of real estate investors as a result of just me having a network with them. [00:10:04] Alicia Jarrett: So right. What goes around, comes around [00:10:06] Sam Wilson: Sam that's absolutely right. Absolutely. Right. That's really cool. I love hearing that. That's possible. How did you guys not end up. I mean, the old phrase that there's a reason, like, there's the word con and contractor, like, how did you not end up, with a bad contractor along the way, or maybe you did, like, that was that well, we did [00:10:24] Alicia Jarrett: at our last house. [00:10:25] Alicia Jarrett: This is why we changed asset classes. Our last house that we did, it was at that time as well, Sam. Everybody wanted to get into single family homes and do fix and flips. And I'm gonna blame HGT for that. Everyone wanted to be the next chip and Joanna Gaines and no, all good, all wonderful. [00:10:41] Alicia Jarrett: But that was at the time when getting contractors and keeping them was getting really tough because people were just paying through the roof for, good resources. Yep. Finding good off market deals was getting really tough. And the last house that we did. Our contract team and our head contractor didn't do the right things. [00:10:58] Alicia Jarrett: And we started to see some cracks forming in, in the business. And we started to see some cracks forming in our strategy as well. And it was like, okay, now's the time to go time out. Let's revisit our strategy. Let's look at where this asset class is going. Cuz all real estate goes in cycles. We know. [00:11:14] Alicia Jarrett: And let's look at what might be an easier asset class. And that's when we started vacant land about four and a half years ago now. So we haven't looked back vacant land. Don't really need contractors. Sam. It's so easy. right. [00:11:26] Sam Wilson: Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. That's that's brilliant. I love the transition. [00:11:30] Sam Wilson: That's about the same time. It's funny. That's the same time I got out of single family housing as well. I was doing tons of fix and flip at that point and it was just like, wait, there's. Competition's increasing margins are getting squeezed. Contractors are harder to come by. It just it just kept [00:11:45] Alicia Jarrett: ING all those things, right? [00:11:46] Alicia Jarrett: Yeah. We were the same. [00:11:48] Sam Wilson: Yeah. I said I'm I'm done really in this and which I, by and large. I done any single family did this house, but that's that again? This is my now my market I guess, I guess it doesn't really count. Tell me about this. You guys moved into vacant land. I've had a few people come on and really talk to us about their vacant land investing and kind of what the nuances of vacant land. [00:12:08] Sam Wilson: That's really cool. Do you guys take a different spin? On vacant land maybe than what some of I've talked to some people who come out and they do rural vacant land. What do you guys do in the [00:12:18] Alicia Jarrett: vacant land space? Yep. We do it all. So I'll never say no to a deal because again, if the numbers add up and there's a, there's the appropriate exit strategy for that deal, we will do it. [00:12:26] Alicia Jarrett: So we do info lots. We do acreage. We do rural. We do commercial. We'll do any kind of vacant land because where there's a seller. There's often, always a buyer. Right. And so we don't, we haven't really narrowed our strategy down except this year we are, we're definitely this year going after a small to medium acreage. [00:12:44] Alicia Jarrett: That's just on the perimeter of some the cities that, that we operate in so that we can subdivide and do some forced appreciation on those as well. But we still do lots. We still do farmland we do it all. And it's a thing, I guess, we, five years ago we started to do business in Florida. [00:13:01] Alicia Jarrett: Interestingly enough, Sam, we still stay in Florida. We haven't had the need to go out right into other states and do business yet. And the reason is because we've now built up a reputation. We've got a buyer list that is huge. We've got realtors. We've got this network now. So if we get a deal. [00:13:18] Alicia Jarrett: If we wanna do the deal, we've got the right people in place and often we've got buyers in place and some of our buyers are also builders and developers. But if we don't wanna do that deal, I've still got a network that I can pass that contract onto. So we really don't. We really don't say no too much which makes me think maybe we should be getting a bit more targeted with our deals, but where you've got sellers and buyers, the deals be done. [00:13:40] Alicia Jarrett: Right. [00:13:41] Sam Wilson: right. Right. What does vacant land do in a recession [00:13:45] Alicia Jarrett: yeah it's interesting. And if, I think back to, after 2008 and what happened there now, we, weren't obviously doing business in the us at that point, but you know, you go back in history and every time a recession happens, the same kind of cycle still happens. [00:13:59] Alicia Jarrett: So first of all, I think a lot of people hear the word recession freak out a little bit. It's like, well, okay what does this mean? Right. We don't because. It's happened so many times in history. It's like, the same stuff goes on in a recession. More people wanna liquidate. So you end up with more people that have their cash tied up in an asset. [00:14:17] Alicia Jarrett: Maybe that asset is vacant land. And all of a sudden they're in a position of, I wanna liquidate that, get my cash out as soon as I can and put my cash into something else. Great. That means you've got more sellers on the market. People tend to freak out and go. Yeah, but no, one's gonna buy in a recess. [00:14:32] Alicia Jarrett: Yeah, they do. They just tend to buy low. So you have a lot of land bankers that will buy in recession times. You have a lot of investors that know that markets go in cycles, and they'll say, I'm gonna hold this for five years and then see what happens. A lot of builders and developers still wanna make money in that time. [00:14:47] Alicia Jarrett: So they'll buy and hold and wait for the right opportunity to then build in those areas. There's still exit strategies, that are there. I think the only thing in a recession is you need to adjust, where you are doing. So if you are buying here and selling here in normal times at a recession that might do this, so you're still buying and selling, but it might just not be at the same levels as to what you might be. [00:15:09] Alicia Jarrett: So, that doesn't scare us, [00:15:11] Sam Wilson: right? No, I love it. Absolutely love it. Tell me about supercharged offers. What is yeah. [00:15:16] Alicia Jarrett: It's something I'm very passionate about. So one of the things we recognize Sam early on, when we first got into real estate investing, we went and did all the courses and went to these education seminars that told us how to do deals in the us. [00:15:28] Alicia Jarrett: And same thing happens every time they say, go and download a list, put some mail together, send out some direct mail and wait for the phone to ring. And we did that, but that's what everyone else is doing. Right. Right. That's kind of like the. 1 0, 1 stuff. Right. And so my partner, Matt and I and we still, we, we noticed very early on this inconsistency in our business, because if we weren't mailing all the time, our business started to have gaps in it. [00:15:53] Alicia Jarrett: And we see this time and time again in every real estate group. It's like, people have this roller coaster effective. Oh, we've got a good month. Cuz we did some mailings and we got a bad month cuz nothing's closing. And we just thought, how do we wanna run our business? If we were to really think about running. [00:16:07] Alicia Jarrett: As a business, not just as a hobby. So supercharged offers was simply born out of a need for. To do our own marketing in the way that we choose. And that's making sure that we have a consistent pipeline of deals always happening. So supercharged offers it, we didn't mean for it to become a business, but now we've got customers in over 12 countries all doing deals in the us more than 80 customers that we're working with and we love it. [00:16:31] Alicia Jarrett: So we're basically managing the acquisitions marketing for. And here's what I wanna come back to Sam. A lot of people get into real estate investing cuz they're good at doing deals. They're good at speaking to sellers, they're good at speaking to buyers and they're good at doing a deal. They're not so good at managing data. [00:16:47] Alicia Jarrett: Building websites, doing online ads, making sure their direct mail is consistent. All of that. So supercharge offers does the end to end and I call it the book end. So at one end, you still need to do your research to tell us which areas you wanna go. The other end, when the lead comes through to you, you still need to close that, lead everything in the middle, from your branding, your logo, your website, your content, your online ads, your social media, your data, your direct mail, everything we manage for you. [00:17:16] Alicia Jarrett: So it's a huge time saver to a lot of real estate investors out there. We do all asset classes and everything's very data driven. We've invested really heavily in data in our company, Sam and and we know that data drives everyth. There's gotta be good data and it's gotta be managed [00:17:29] Sam Wilson: well that is really cool. [00:17:32] Sam Wilson: And that's, that is your real estate marketing company is supercharge correct? Offered. Okay. Okay. And do you also do that on the commercial real estate [00:17:39] Alicia Jarrett: side? Yeah, we do it for any asset class. We've got people that do self storage, mobile home parks vacant land, single family homes. We can do commercial. [00:17:49] Alicia Jarrett: We've got someone that's actually doing airs strips so for people that have their own planes and they've got air parks that they can go and park to like living on a golf course, but there's an airstrip instead. So we, we, as long as there's data, we can manage your marketing. [00:18:02] Alicia Jarrett: That's really, and we've got database for everyth. [00:18:05] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah. I love the idea of a, of an air park. That's that's pretty fun. why not just taxi out and take off. That's good times. So tell me what are some common problems? I know you said there that, people aren't very good at marketing, but there has to be, there has to be some common problems or common things that people are doing incorrectly or doing poorly that you said, look, I can just help you solve it now. [00:18:27] Sam Wilson: And I can do it fast. [00:18:28] Alicia Jarrett: Yeah. Yep. One of the biggest things I think is inconsistency. You see people, they're all trying to build businesses, or a lot of them are actually just creating another job for themselves instead of building a business know, they wanna leave their current job and start their own company. [00:18:42] Alicia Jarrett: All of this stuff, all these great dreams, but inconsistency is the biggest killer Sam. And so you see people that get started. They'll send out some marketing they'll do a couple of mailings and then they wait for deals to come in and then they've got some deals. So they're spending all their time and energy working those deals. [00:18:58] Alicia Jarrett: And by the time they turn around and get their return on investment, which is often months, they then turn back to their pipeline and it's empty. And so one of the biggest killers in this business, no matter what asset class you're in is inconsistency. And I see it every day. Every day and it really then just comes back to time, and I, I often say to, to a lot of people in our in our customer base, working that, that old, it's an old say now, but are you working on your business or in your business? And a lot of them are still working in it. They're in the minutiae, they're in the detail. They're trying to do everything themselves. [00:19:30] Alicia Jarrett: And it's like, you don't have to do it all yourself. If you find the right people to partner with, be okay to let go of control of some things, as long as those things are done well, and spend your time and energy on the stuff that makes you money, [00:19:43] Sam Wilson: right? Yeah. No, I think that's great. Especially as you're starting out, it's it's one of those things, I guess, once you get to a certain size, you could probably start bringing on team members. [00:19:52] Sam Wilson: That can then handle that stuff in house, but yep. If it's one, two, or maybe even three of you and you're launching, it's like, oh, this is, there's a lot of moving pieces here and yeah. Yeah, that can [00:20:04] Alicia Jarrett: be absolutely. And if I can add to that Sam, like we I did everything in the beginning as did my partner, Matt. [00:20:09] Alicia Jarrett: We were both in there learning it, all, doing it all. And because I have a certain rule in our business that we wanna outsource something. Or, hire a team member unless we've done that thing ourselves, otherwise, how do we know what good looks like? Right. And how do we then set that person up to train them, measure them, all of that. [00:20:27] Alicia Jarrett: So, you've gotta get in there and do it first to begin with, but there comes a point in time that you need to let goal of certain things to then create more space, to do more deals or, add more elements to your business to make it. [00:20:38] Sam Wilson: Yep. Absolutely. I'm gonna throw this term out there for you. [00:20:42] Sam Wilson: And then in the last few minutes we have left. When I say global resources, what does that [00:20:46] Alicia Jarrett: mean? Yeah, global resources for me, it means if I can actually just, if we could imagine that word global resources, I'm gonna cross out the word global and just put resources as long as you have the right people in the right jobs, doing the right things. [00:21:00] Alicia Jarrett: It really doesn't matter where they're based. We've got people all over the world. We literally have team members in Asia, Serbia, Bangladesh, Australia, us Yeah, that's across five countries, right? and as long as we've got the right people in the right jobs, doing the right things, as I said, it really doesn't matter where they're based. [00:21:17] Alicia Jarrett: It matters about how you set them up for success and systems and processes. These days can allow to do that super easy. How you set up your CRM, how you manage task flow, how you allocate work, how you measure results, all of that. You. You can do from your lounge room in your underwear, if you want. [00:21:36] Alicia Jarrett: right. you don't have to be in the same place as where your resources are. And I, we've got an amazing team and they've all gotten to know each other really well. And it's great. They don't have to be in the same place. [00:21:47] Sam Wilson: Right. No, that's absolutely fantastic. I mean, it's one of those things that, and it's one of the part of our, one of the businesses I'm involved in right now is that you need somebody with that gifting though, to kind of take all of those. [00:21:58] Sam Wilson: What did you call it? Not resources but take all those processes and procedures. And get it implemented. And that's one thing, in my skill set, I don't have that. I just don't have it. I'm not an operator. It's like, I suck at that. And so you gotta find other team members that go, I gotta, I got a buddy that's joining us, that it just geeks out on it. [00:22:15] Sam Wilson: He's like, dude, this is, I mean, he's like, man, I got charts and spreadsheets. And like, it's just his thing. I'm like, [00:22:20] Alicia Jarrett: yep. That's own it. That's my partner, Matt. He's his background is in it transition transformation. So he is all. Automation systems processes. And so we've really been able to systematize our business, right. [00:22:32] Alicia Jarrett: He now is implementing systems and processes for other people because people see how we are running our business. Like my land business, I probably work on probably an hour a day. Right. Because the rest of it is systematized. Our team knows what they need to do at every point in time. And it's super crazy. [00:22:46] Sam Wilson: That's fantastic. Alicia, thank you for taking the time to come on this show today. Thank you, Sam. Absolutely. Guess pull back the curtain on your multiple businesses, how you guys have grown. 'em the way that you've partnered up with the right people and got the right seats on the bus showed us that you can buy and invest in even fix and flip real estate from halfway around the world right here in the us. [00:23:06] Sam Wilson: Absolutely fantastic. I love it. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you, what is the best way to do that? [00:23:11] Alicia Jarrett: Yeah, they can drop me an email direct. So it's, Alicia, which is spelled a L I C I a, no one ever gets that. Right. at supercharged offers.com. They can call my team on (888) 538-5478 or just jump onto supercharged offers.com and they can download a free ebook that can download a free business growth plan to help them with their business strategy. [00:23:34] Alicia Jarrett: They can get in touch with me anyway, or just look me up on. [00:23:37] Sam Wilson: Fantastic. We'll make sure we include all of those there in the show notes. And certainly again, appreciate you coming on. Thank you, Alicia. Thanks Sam.
Three teenage man friends gather around to slip down stairs Discord server - https://discord.gg/X94h4XWKMQ Timestamps 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:17 What if we had 10 million Taka 00:35:20 zzzzzzzzz zzzzz zzzzzz zzz z 00:42:05 Putkir cell mara gese 00:46:35 Rishat is now the member of an e-sports team 00:50:50 Musolmani machine 00:58:36 Things we hate corner 01:08:20 Outro Things mentioned- Danganronpa (Video game series) - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danganronpa Digimon Survive (Video game) - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digimon_Survive penguinz0 (YouTube channel) - https://youtube.com/user/penguinz0 Scarlet Nexus (Anime) - https://myanimelist.net/anime/48492/Scarlet_Nexus Wall-E (Film) - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/WALL-E Listening to the show on iTunes/Spotify/Google Podcasts/YouTube really helps the podcast gain exposure iTunes - http://bit.ly/DUHonApplePodcasts Spotify - http://bit.ly/DUHonSpotify Google Podcasts - http://bit.ly/DUHonGooglePodcasts Saavn - https://bit.ly/DUHonSaavn YouTube - http://bit.ly/DUHonYouTube 2nd channel - http://bit.ly/DUHBoysOnYouTube Support the podcast through Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/duhabp DUH on social medias: Facebook page - https://bit.ly/DUHonFacebook Instagram - https://bit.ly/DUHonInstagram Twitter - https://bit.ly/DUHonTwitter TikTok - http://bit.ly/DUHonTikTok Apurbo YouTube - http://bit.ly/ApurbosYouTube Facebook profile - http://bit.ly/ApurbosFBprofile Instagram - http://bit.ly/ApurbosInstagram Twitter - http://bit.ly/ApurbosTwitter Rishat YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFwHfBWsOZEW3cKFh_BWZaw Ishmum Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCssbWLyz9JYIbGGGxxknnOg Instagram - https://instagram.com/kuddus.mia.42069?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Bangladesh, Bangladeshi, Bangladeshi podcasts, Podcasts in Bangladesh, Bangla podcast, Bengali podcast, Podcast Bangla, Podcast, Bengal podcast, What is podcast Bangla, DUHABP, Ashrafuzzaman Apurbo, eatabrick, Some retard, duhabp #DUHABP #BengaliPodcast #BangladeshiPodcast #BanglaPodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/duhabp/message
In this episode, you'll hear about the recent experiences of two believers from a Muslim background in Bangladesh. We'll spend some time praying for them and then we'll share some news about how our podcast is changing! Sign the petition at https://www.opendoorscanada.org/petition Join the discussion on the Open Doors Discord server at https://discord.gg/ABBAr5sCQb Download a copy of the 2022 World Watch List at https://www.opendoorscanada.org/worldwatchlist/ Find more resources to pray for the persecuted church at https://www.opendoorscanada.org/get-involved/pray/ Get in touch with us at email@example.com Subscribe to the World Watch Weekly podcast via iTunes, PodBean, or Spotify *Names may be changed for security purposes*
Cada vez son más aquellos que recorren peligrosos caminos por las junglas del Tapón del Darién en busca de seguridad y estabilidad. Durante el último año, más de 133.000 personas, la mayoría haitianos, cubanos y venezolanos, seguidos por ciudadanos de países tan lejanos como Bangladesh, Ghana, Uzbekistán y Senegal, han cruzado esta región.¿Cuáles son los riesgos que corren? ¿Es cierto que el tapón de Darien es uno de los lugares más peligrosos del mundo? Y si es así, ¿por qué son tantos los que se lanzan a esta aventura? Vamos a hablarles un poco acerca de este lugar, estas son algunas claves para entender qué es este lugar, su historia, riesgos y situación actual.Una producción de D+Media Agency @DplusMediaAgencyProducción EjecutivaDaniela Ormazábal y Federico CapocciEdición, montaje y música originalFederico CapocciSuscríbete a nuestro Patreon para contenido exclusivo y sorpresashttps://www.patreon.com/cosasmuyimportantes
The UN's Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, has called for a windfall tax on oil and gas suppliers. Amid a global energy crisis, Mr Guterres accused the fossil fuel industry of 'grotesque greed'. We speak to Dr Carole Nakhle, a global energy expert based in Germany, about those comments. Elsewhere, Bangladesh has asked the World Bank and Asian Development Bank for two billion dollars in order to boost its dwindling foreign currency reserves. Dr Khondaker Golam Moazzem, Research Director at the Center for Policy Dialogue, joins us from Dhaka. As Sudan faces a worsening hunger crisis, we're also joined by Helene Papper from the International Fund for Agricultural Development. Susan Schmidt has your markets update ahead of an anticipated rates rise from the Bank of England. We'll also be discussing the new Batgirl movie, which - after 90 million dollars' worth of production time - has been unceremoniously scrapped. Cynthia Littleton from Variety explains why it's failed to materialise.
Tänase saate külalised Evelin Kivimaa ja Tatjana Iljina räägivad reisist Bangladeshi, mille eesmärgiks oli dokumentaalfilmi tegemine. Äärmiselt lõbusas saates tõdevad Evelin ja Tatjana, et Bangladeshis oli iga hetk seiklus – olgu siis sõit motikaga pimedas (kui pidi lausa pöörduma Allahi poole), pidustused pealinna Dhaka tänavatel või uutele tuttavatele külla minemine. Muuseas, Bangladeshi inimesed on väga avatud ja külalislahked: nii tundus täiesti loomulik, et tänaval juttu alustanud noormees kutsus külla enda vanavanemate majja, kuhu oli pühade puhul kohale sõitnud kogu suur pere, üle 20 inimese. Valgete inimeste külaliskäik oli nende sõnul suur au. Juttu on ka sellest, kuidas Evelin arsti poole pidi pöörduma, miks keset ööd internetis rongipileteid broneerida ei saa, igapäevastest plekimõlkimistest ja palju muud. Vestlust juhib Liina Metsküla.
Allan Donald is the current seam bowling coach of Bangladesh. He takes time out to share his thoughts on the current state of cricket, and how do good cricketers develop the so-called (KILLER INSTINCT)? He also reminisces fondly about he's playing days
When it comes to climate change, we're not all in it together. From New Orleans to Bangladesh, women—especially poor women of colour— are suffering most from a crisis they have done nothing to cause. ‘How Women Can Save The Planet' by Anne Karpf is a smart, bold and inclusive call to arms: we can fix the climate emergency by fighting for gender equality. In this episode, listen to Anne Karpf in conversation with Angad Singh Chowdhry, co-founder of Quilt.AI, about how our gendered perceptions of nature influence our understanding of the climate crisis and our actions to mitigate it.
This week the book takes us to worlds as far apart as the rivers of Bangladesh, and the Colorado countryside, to prove that to the other side, everything is very close indeed. Ghost Story Guys patrons have access to more than 40 episodes of "Book of the Dead." Find out more at Patreon.com/GhostStoryGuys
Our neighbor in the North West is yet again in a deep economic crisis. With foreign reserves at a historic low and the rupee losing its value by the day. Pakistan is yet again seeking a loan from the IMF. Will it go down the Bangladesh way? Will the World watch a nation with nukes to collapse?Links mentioned in the episode:Why world won't let Pakistan go the Lanka way by Anupam ManurTweet thread mentioned in the episode Video on Pakistan's economic crisisYou can follow Ritul Gaur on twitter: https://twitter.com/GaurRitulYou can follow Anupam Manur on twitter: https://twitter.com/anupammanurYou can follow Pranay Kotasthane on twitter: https://twitter.com/pranaykotasCheck out Takshashila's courses: https://school.takshashila.org.in/You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at https://shows.ivmpodcasts.com/featuredDo follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @IVMPodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.https://twitter.com/IVMPodcastshttps://www.instagram.com/ivmpodcasts/?hl=enhttps://www.facebook.com/ivmpodcasts/Follow the show across platforms:Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, JioSaavn, Gaana, Amazon MusicDo share the word with you folks!
As we see an increasing number of culturally diverse patients in our practices, there is no doubt of the importance of cultural competency in medicine. Specific circumstances and miscommunications have been well documented. But how can we develop an eye to see where a patient’s values and worldview may differ from our own? We will review an approach to cultural competency highlighted by medical missions case studies.
The Commonwealth originated from the British Empire.The Commonwealth started in 1926. This is when it changed from the British Empire to the Commonwealth. Around one-third of the world is in the Commonwealth, 2.5 billion people. The modern Commonwealth was formed on 26 April 1949 when the leaders of Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and the United Kingdom adopted the London Declaration. The declaration defined the Commonwealth as a “free association” of independent member countries.All members have an equal say, regardless of their size or economic stature. This ensures that even the smallest countries have a voice in shaping the Commonwealth. The Pacific nation of Nauru is the smallest Commonwealth member country with a population of about 13,000. The most populous member country is India with over 1.3 billion people. In 1971 the Declaration of Commonwealth Principles were released. The principles said that it should support international peace and understanding, have equal rights for all citizens and remove poverty, ignorance and disease.In the past two decades, countries which have joined include Mozambique, Cameroon and Rwanda, which were never part of the British Empire. The Gambia re-joined in February 2018The UK has rather neglected the Commonwealth in recent years and is now desperately trying to rebuild links as a futile attempt to reduce the impact of Brexit.There are 54 countries in the Commonwealth.They are:Botswana, Cameroon, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Kingdom of Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, India, Malaysia, Maldives, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, St Kitts and Nevis, St Vincent and The Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Cyprus, Malta, United Kingdom, Australia, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.The Commonwealth spans the globe and includes both advanced economies and developing countries.It encompasses Africa (19 countries), Asia (7), the Caribbean and Americas (13), Europe (3), and thePacific (11). The Commonwealth's strength lies in its shared values and diversity. Thirty-one of our members are small states, usually with a population well under 1.5 million, and 24 members are small island developing states.The Commonwealth is connected by an active network of more than 80 intergovernmental, civil society and professional organisations, including:o The Commonwealth Secretariat – supporting member stateso The Commonwealth Foundation – supporting civil societyo The Commonwealth of Learning – promoting distance learning and educationo The Commonwealth Games Federation – promoting sports development. The 2022 Commonwealth Games will be held on 27 July – 7 August 2022 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In episode 122, Theo Pickles, Strength & Conditioning Coach at TeamNL, joins us. Specifically Theo will be looking at: Importance of the Interference Effect How to combine strength and endurance training for optimum results What other sports can learn from Rowing and Swimming periodisation About Theo "Theo has been working in elite sport for over 15 years in a wide variety of sports including para-athletics, rugby, AFL, cricket, swimming, rowing and basketball. As a strength and conditioning coach he has travelled the world, starting in Australia to Bangladesh, the UK, Belgium and for the last 13 years in the Netherlands. At the TeamNL he has contributed to 15 Olympic medals in that time and is now the Athletic Performance Manager of the Orange Lions Academy Basketball Team where he combines mulitpile roles of strength and conditioning coach, sports scientist and performance manager. " Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/theopickles ASCA L1: https://www.strengthandconditioning.org/level-01-international-course-dates/netherlands-asca-level-1-s-c-coach-accreditation-course-november-2022 ASCA L2: https://www.strengthandconditioning.org/associate-l2-international-course-dates/netherlands-asca-associate-l2-s-c-coach-accreditation-course-september-october-2022 FREE 7d COACH ACADEMY TRIAL SIGN UP NOW: https://bit.ly/sfsepisode122 Learn Quicker & More Effectively, Freeing Up Time To Spend With Friends And Family Optimise Your Athletes' Recovery Position Yourself As An Expert To Your Athletes And Naturally Improve Buy-In Reduce Your Athletes' Injury Ratese Save 100's Of Dollars A Year That Would Otherwise Be Spent On Books, Courses And More Improve Your Athletes' Performance Advance Forward In Your Career, Allowing You To Earn More Money And Work With Elite-Level Athletes Save Yourself The Stress & Worry Of Constantly Trying To Stay Up-To-Date With Sports Science Research
Amid the Sri Lankan economic crisis, the Finance Minister of Bangladesh has written to the IMF seeking $4.5 billion. In episode 1047 of #CutTheClutter, ThePrint Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta explains what is happening in Bangladesh, how different is the crisis in Bangladesh as compared to Sri Lanka & Pakistan, can India go the Sri Lanka way and why do nations go to the IMF.
Such an interesting chat we had with the recent time favorite actor from Bangladesh, our favourite Shohel Mondol. Share using #sowesay. Don't worry, the world is not gonna end soon. So, We Say!
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As part of the Fab4ConJam online fan event, I convened these two Beatles insiders to take questions and reminisce. Chris O'Dell came from Tucson, AZ (yes! home of Jo Jo AND Linda) and was pulled into the Apple Press Office by Derek Taylor. She was a rooftop attendee as well as a one-time resident of Friar Park, witnessing the daily drama of the group as it ended, along with George and Pattie's marriage. She recalled her experiences in 2009's Miss O'Dell: My Hard Days and Long Nights with The Beatles, the Stones, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton and the Women They Loved. Nancy Lee Andrews was a model, actress and briefly, in the music biz as well as a photographer. More importantly, she was Ringo's romantic partner from 1974 through 1980, and likewise a witness to much of the inside relations between the former Beatles. (She also attended the Concert for Bangladesh as a guest of her then-boyfriend, bassist and future Domino, Carl Radle.) Nancy's book of spectacular photos was published as A Dose of Rock 'n' Roll in 2008. These women have maintained a close friendship since the 70s and it was our treat to hear them recall those days during this terrific conversation.