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Today i'm talking to Senaida Ng, a Toronto native who is studying music at NYU. Senaida is a sound architect, creative entrepreneur and futurist. Through her work as a conscious artist and thinker, she explores the intersection between art and emerging technologies. Classically-trained in piano, she has performed at prestigious concert halls and music festivals across North America including Carnegie Hall and has won multiple national and international music competitions. She currently attends the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU where she founded the Gender Equality in Music Club and is a DJ on WNYU 89.1 FM. She is the founder and CEO of MiSynth, a music-tech startup revolutionizing music creation with the brain. SENAIDA has released two EPs and is currently working on her first full-length NFT album, The Nothing In Between. Senaida's Website: https://senaida.ca/ Music Streaming: https://audius.co/senaida MiSynth: https://misynth.io Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/senaidaxoxo/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/senaidaxoxo/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/senaidaxoxo/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@senaida_xoxo How to Reach Us: Support the podcast by joining our Patreon community. Check it out at patreon.com/whensongsmeanbusiness Follow WSMB on Instagram: instagram.com/whensongsmeanbusiness Join our Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/whensongsmeanbusiness Learn more about Steph at stephbelcher.com If you want to help us out without a financial commitment, please share this episode and rate us on Apple or Spotify.
It's Take Over Tuesday where the listeners run the podcast.And this week's episode is featuring Kevin Anderson!This week DJ is joined by Kevin and what a Home Theater conversation! They talk almost 3 HOURS and have an absolute blast. Kevin came prepared with an outline and they still didn't get to everything. But what they do get to was a lot of fun! Push Play and hear for yourself.And if you'd like to contribute to the show…Here are Two Ways YOU CAN BE ON THE SHOWEmail DJ and put “Take Over Tuesday” in the subject line he will talk about your comment on the Podcast. Email or DM DJ on Twitter to schedule to record a Take Over Tuesday episode.A movie you liked or a Movie you hated? A favorite scene? Got some new Home Theater gear? Comments about past Bright Side Home Theater podcasts?Anything Home Theater, just let him know and you'll be on the show!Now just Push Play to start talking Home Theater, this is YOUR podcast.To Help Support the Podcast you can sign up for a Monthly Donation HERE to become a Patreon Member
Recorded 2022-05-16 19:48:43 DnB Radio Tracklisting: * Kasra & Enei - Breath* Forbidden Society - Overthinking (original)* Nomad - Bad Habits* Sili - Ay Swetch (Ozoh Remix) [Master by TRS] V2 - 2A* Sam Binga, Particle & Redders - Stand Tall* Arxiva - Beyond* Thread - Gatekeeper* Hystatus x Glyph - Reflected Void [Height Mastered_16_44_1] - 4A* BRK - Rock x Roller [Height Mastered_16_44_1] - 4A* MUR - Gears - 5A* Arxiva -Worm* Dedman - Revolution* PH42E - GunRun* Myth - Square One [Height Mastered_16_44_2]* WAKE&BAKE - Don't Stop* Violent Cuts - Mental Lash* Amoss/Visages - - Long Island* Sl8r Asterix (Nymfo remix)* Hystatus - Anode [Height Mastered_16_44_1] - 4A* Kidsonic - Burnout (Original Mix)* Minos, Bert H & Sub:liminal - Motions (Bert H remix)* Nomad - Diverge - 2A* FLOWDAN - WELCOME TO LONDON (CORRUPTED MIND X HENNESSY BOOTLEG) - SUB-DIVISION RECORDINGS* IN:MOST - Do You (Kasra remix)* QUADRANT/IRIS - AeroPress (feat Klippee & Combine)* Optiv and BTK - Menace Part 2* Sili feat Sofia - Playing In The Dark* Audio - Wildfire* ALIX PEREZ/MONTY - Untitled Malware* Resslek - Ecolimit* Samath - Tea Leaf - 9A* Beat Assassins_Pull Up On The Block - 9A* NOEL - Bowwow* Heavy1 - Deeptrain (Naibu remix)* Violent Cuts - Hero - 1ATracklisting:* Kasra & Enei - Breath* Forbidden Society - Overthinking (original)* Nomad - Bad Habits* Sili - Ay Swetch (Ozoh Remix) [Master by TRS] V2 - 2A* Sam Binga, Particle & Redders - Stand Tall* Arxiva - Beyond* Thread - Gatekeeper* Hystatus x Glyph - Reflected Void [Height Mastered_16_44_1] - 4A* BRK - Rock x Roller [Height Mastered_16_44_1] - 4A* MUR - Gears - 5A* Arxiva -Worm* Dedman - Revolution* PH42E - GunRun* Myth - Square One [Height Mastered_16_44_2]* WAKE&BAKE - Don't Stop* Violent Cuts - Mental Lash* Amoss/Visages - - Long Island* Sl8r Asterix (Nymfo remix)* Hystatus - Anode [Height Mastered_16_44_1] - 4A* Kidsonic - Burnout (Original Mix)* Minos, Bert H & Sub:liminal - Motions (Bert H remix)* Nomad - Diverge - 2A* FLOWDAN - WELCOME TO LONDON (CORRUPTED MIND X HENNESSY BOOTLEG) - SUB-DIVISION RECORDINGS* IN:MOST - Do You (Kasra remix)* QUADRANT/IRIS - AeroPress (feat Klippee & Combine)* Optiv and BTK - Menace Part 2* Sili feat Sofia - Playing In The Dark* Audio - Wildfire* ALIX PEREZ/MONTY - Untitled Malware* Resslek - Ecolimit* Samath - Tea Leaf - 9A* Beat Assassins_Pull Up On The Block - 9A* NOEL - Bowwow* Heavy1 - Deeptrain (Naibu remix)* Violent Cuts - Hero - 1A Download, Distribute, and Donate!
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My experience flying Business Class with Qantas within Australian onboard their A330-200 from Melbourne to Sydney and the first part of my 5 flight journey to Canada! Dj's Transport - www.youtube.com/channel/UCXYRdWd9a1rrKpIKYrwt5UA Join the Official Discord Server - discord.gg/aviation Support Dj's Aviation on Patreon - www.patreon.com/djsaviation Dj's Aviation Merchandise Store - bit.ly/DjsMerchandise Social Media: Twitter - twitter.com/DjsAviation TikTok - www.tiktok.com/@djsaviation Facebook - www.facebook.com/djsaviation Instagram - www.instagram.com/djsaviation/ Flight Radar - my.flightradar24.com/DjsAviation Flickr - bit.ly/DjsAviationFlickr
About the guestOriginally from Baltimore, DJ-SUN is an open format dj/producer who works on the stage, in the club and in the studios across the country. SUN spins in many different settings from dance clubs, to concert venues, private events, radio and even on TV shows.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.Mentioned in this episodeDJ Sun's websiteTo find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode★ Support this podcast ★
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Kennedy wants to talk about your first celebrity crush, Karson is worried about something that happened at a DJ gig, Annie was in a gender neutral bathroom and Producer Dan gets emotional after hearing a certain song.
Do we feel the need for speed? DJ and Roxy answer your questions about the long awaited sequel, TOP GUN: MAVERICK! Plus, the new Avatar trailer! HELLBENT II is Coming! Sign up to our Pre-Launch Page at hellbentcomicbook.com! More Roxy! https://www.youtube.com/user/roxystriar • https://twitter.com/roxystriar • http://thewhirlgirls.com/podcast Theme Music by: Steven James Schmidt For exclusive bonus podcasts like What We're Into, Spiderversity, and more, check out our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/OnlyStupidAnswers
Welcome back to our show! You know are next guess from his incredible ladder pull-ups on Arrow and as Cece's drunk DJ boyfriend. He's Stephen Amell! After exiting his long-running Arrow series on the CW, Amell has been producing films and starring in a new sports series centered on boxing. Plus, he'll share his recollections of his brief time on the New Girl set. If you'd like to ask us a question, please email us at email@example.com. Follow us on Instagram @welcometoourshowpod. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How well do Rhett and Link really know each other's likes and dislikes? This week, the guys develop what they believe is the other person's dream 24 hours on the spot in front of each other. The respective days of heaven-on-earth are filled with sex, food, a horse, and plenty of drama. Plus, an update on Link DJing for the Mythical Spring Party and Rhett helps Link develop his new DJ persona. And both days end in a big party. Be sure to follow to Best Friends Back, Alright! on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts so you don't miss this week's episode with special guest Rhett! Got something you're dying to tell Rhett & Link? Leave a message on the Ear Biscuits hotline! (1-888-EARPOD1 / 1-888-327-7631) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
How can we flourish in difficult times? This is the question Dominic Done dives in to in his latest book, Your Longing Has a Name: Come Alive to the Story You Were Made For. Mike sits down with Dominic to talk through how we can address the health of our souls during challenging seasons of life, and how we can flourish with the help of the Holy Spirit. Dominic Done is a speaker and author of When Faith Fails: Finding God in the Shadow of Doubt. He is also Professor of Applied Theology at George Fox University, and a teacher at Westside: A Jesus Church. He has a Master's Degree in Theology from the University of Oxford and is currently working on his PhD at the University of Oxford with his supervisor Alister McGrath. He previously served as a pastor in North Carolina and Hawaii. He has also taught English for companies in Europe, lectured in theology and history at various Christian colleges, worked as a radio DJ, and lived as a missionary in Vanuatu and Mexico. Dominic is married to his wife, Elyssa, has a daughter named Amelia, and a fuzzy Goldendoodle, Bella.
David Cooper talks to the people behind the stories that matter. Wendy Donnan from the Oakville Festivals of Film & Art What to expect, and where to go when travelling for the first time in a while with Angie Miniaci from Lanair Travel Another David Cooper as part of our "David Cooper, David Cooper, David Cooper" segment, this time a former DJ and producer with ties to the legendary Play De Record store in Toronto
Is it possible to be in four companies and still have time for important things in life? Edwin Carrion's expertise in all aspects of managing operations of startups, from development, design, organization, legal, financial, marketing, capital financing, and strategic negotiations with client and vendor partners, has made him the key player in growing four of his most notable companies from start-up to annual revenues exceeding $15,000,000. With all of these, he's still able to focus on making himself and his loved ones happy. In this episode, he talks about how creating a replicable business model and finding the right partner and team helped him to achieve success while still living his best life. [00:01 - 05:19] Living Life to the Fullest Having an early head start in business The secret to diversifying Making a model of success Creating a team [05:20 - 08:04] Bringing in a Technical Partner Why you need a technical partner The value you can offer as the business-side partner Growth mindset Capital resources [08:05 - 15:19] Important Lessons for Business Owners Edwin on why he's not interested in service-type businesses Instead of reinventing the wheel, perfect the wheel Building the way he wants to Managing risks Learn from your mistakes [15:20 - 16:16] Closing Segment Reach out to Edwin! Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “Once you create a model of success, that model can be duplicated into whatever you do. And as long as you follow the same business model that got you to success, everything else is going to work the same way.” - Edwin Carrion “I will not change one thing because I know that today I will change one thing in my life. My life wouldn't be the way it is right now. And I don't regret anything that I have done in my life and I'm happy for those mistakes.” - Edwin Carrion ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Edwin through his website. Follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. 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: Edwin Carrion 00:00 Once you create a model of success, that model can be duplicated into whatever you do. And as long as you follow the same business model that got you to success, everything else is going to work the same way. And I have created that so I don't go crazy and I start four things at once. What I do is I focus on one of them, become really good at that one. Once I create a team that is able to sustain a step back, and then I'm able to go into the next investment, on to the next thing that I want to create. Intro 00:27 Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. Sam Wilson 00:39 Edwin Carrion is an entrepreneur, a businessman, and deal maker with more than 20 years of successful experience in multiple industries. Edwin, welcome to the show. Edwin Carrion 00:48 Hey, Sam, thank you for having me. Appreciate it. How are you? Sam Wilson 00:51 Hey, I'm great. The pleasure is mine. Three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show: in 90 seconds or less, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? Edwin Carrion 00:59 I started in real estate in 2002. I started enterpreneurship when I was 14 years old. Where am I now? I'm living life to the fullest. And you probably wonder what that means is having a balance of my life, enjoying all aspects of my life, working 20 hours a week and spending a lot of time and creating a lot of memories with my family. Sam Wilson 01:20 That is fantastic. And that was gonna be my next question is what is life to the fullest mean to you? Edwin Carrion 01:26 It means having a balanced life, as entrepreneurs, as business owners, you know, at the beginning, we've focused into making a big, you know, and we put aside and that becomes our number one priority. And we forget about everything else, we forget about our health, we forget about being happy. We forget about spending time with our family being present for our kids, be present for our wife if you have one and we lose sight of all of that. It comes to the point that yeah, we get the success, but success is not fulfilling, you know, at a very early age, I was fortunate enough to go bankrupt and realize that when I went back about 27 years old when the real estate market crash, and from there on I've been living, you know, the YOLO life when you only live once meaning that I've been making myself happy. And through that of making myself happy, I'm able to make my family, my kids, my employees, my business and just the growth is continuously going. Sam Wilson 02:18 That is interesting. You said you've been involved in multiple businesses. What were some of those businesses outside of real estate? Edwin Carrion 02:25 Started when I was 14 years old. Like I mentioned, my first company was a DJ company. I was a DJ. I played throughout South Florida radio stations, clubs, had an entertainment company. So that was my first company. Carwash prior to that, actually I started doing washing cars when I was 13 years old. And 14 my DJ company. When I was in the military in the United States Marines, I used to sell calling cards because without cell phones back in the day, so I will sell calling cards to the marine so they could go home, especially because I was stationed in Japan. From there left the Marine Corps, started real estate development. Before real estate development, I went into the jewelry business, built a massive company, sold that company in 2014. Back into real estate development, from there on, I bought a transportation company. With a transportation company, we got into the InC 5000. As you can see back here behind me, we are in the Inc 5000 in the transportation company. Opened up an investment firm into the forex market. And that's what I do. So today nowadays are four things transportation, real estate development, forex investment and business consulting and education. Sam Wilson 03:31 That's a lot of moving pieces. And going back to your idea here that you want to live life to the fullest. It sounds like you've kind of like the lots of variety and a lot of things going on. And that's part of your living life to the fullest. Is that right? Edwin Carrion 03:45 It's not gonna like there's a lot... It is in everything in life. And you learn a lot, even the financial planners tell you you have to diversify, right can't put all eggs into one basket. So what I learned with me is that once you create a model of success, that matter could be duplicated into whatever you do. And as long as you follow the same business model that got you to success, everything else is going to work the same way. And I have created that. So I don't go crazy. And I start four things at once. What I do is I focus on one of them become really good at that one, the ones I create the team that is able to sustain I step back, and then I'm able to go into the next investment on to the next thing that I want to create. Sam Wilson 04:25 When you talk about team, what does that mean to you and who is the first person when you're starting a new business that you always bring on? Edwin Carrion 04:34 It all depends on the business that I'm starting. But let's talk about the transportation company because I did mention transportation. In the transportation company, I have no knowledge and I didn't have a lot of experience in transportation. So when I bought the transportation company, the first person that came in was my technical partner because I am the business partner. I have all the knowledge in business but I don't have the knowledge into like the Forex for example, my Forex investment partner. I am not a trader, I don't know anything about Forex trading. Now that I've been in business for two years, I have learned a lot. But I still cannot, you know, be responsible for other people's money and for my money into the business side. So what do I do is I bring in a technical partner. So that will be the first person that I'll bring into any business is a technical partner, if I don't have the experience on the technical side of the business, Sam Wilson 05:19 How do you find a technical partner that wants to work with you that if they already possess the technical skills, what value do you offer them, maybe that they haven't already self-created in their own life? Edwin Carrion 05:33 There's a lot of things that a business partner brings to the table, that a lot of times a technical partner doesn't see. And again, is not just partnering with somebody. It's finding the person that is looking for the growth. So on the transportation side of the business, my business partner, he grew his company to eight trucks. And that's all he was able to handle. He didn't know how to scale from a truck to 40 trucks or a trucks to 100 trucks, he didn't have the mindset. So when I talked to him, you know, when he explained to me the business model, I told him, why don't you have 50 trucks? Why don't you have 100 trucks? And his mind just went no, no, no, that could never happen we can ever get to that level is too much. So that's where I come in, and I bring the value in, number one, I've seen the value. And as far as being able to know how to scale a business and know how to sustain, how to create a team to sustain the scale of a business. That was number one. Number two, I could bring the capital, you know, I have earned the financial freedom and being successful at what I have done in the past. So I have capital resources that I'm able to raise capital, to bring the capital into the joint ventures and the businesses that are part of. What the other one is, how do I find that, besides me jumping in with anybody, I make sure that we do share the same values, because I only work with people that share my values, like my business partner in the Forex business. This is somebody that I mentored six years ago, and into business and real estate, actually, deciding real estate wasn't for him. He liked it. But it wasn't for him. It wasn't his passion. So he got into the Forex trading, he became really good at it, he got to the point where he was making good money. But again, he goes talking to him, if this is such a great business model, why haven't you taken it this far? And again, the mindset is not there. So once I partnered up with him, in less than two years, we grew that company really big. And just as again, because I know how to scale things. I know how to create a system. And I know how to bring the capital in for projects like that. Sam Wilson 07:22 Right. You find the technical partner, when you bought the transportation company, had you already identified the technical partner? Or was it Hey, I'll buy it. And then I'm sure there's somebody out here that could find? Edwin Carrion 07:33 Well, when I bought the transportation company, the person that I bought it from that became a business partner, he was the technical point. And the transportation company, you know, I could break it down into three components, logistics, maintenance, and administration. So I took over the administration part, he started with the logistic and maintenance. And that's how we grew. Sam Wilson 07:53 Right. Yeah. Because you had the mindset on the administrative side, maybe how to bring in more business, how to grow the company, and he knew how to run it, and just was growth, growth-minded? That's really interesting. Is there any business right now that you would say, hey, that's too difficult, or has too many moving parts to just say, No, that's not of interest. Or is there anything on the table now as a possibility, because you know, how to grow and scale companies. Edwin Carrion 08:18 I mean, the businesses that I personally don't like to get involved with are the service-type businesses, hair salons, nail salons, restaurants, because the profit margins are too small. So one of the things that I learned throughout being in business for over 20 years is that you need to learn what each customer is going to bring you. What is the average revenue per customer? And in the restaurant business, in the nail business, the average revenue per customer is very small. That's one of the things that I tend to stay away from. And I learned that when I had my jewelry business, again, I was the business partner. And I had a technical partner in the business. And we realized that our average client was around 100, to $1,000. And that's a good number to have, because that means that we don't have to have a lot of quantity. So with time you learn about that is better to have quality versus quantity. And it goes the same thing for my development. When I started in real estate development, I used to build so many houses, I was crazy, like all over the place, trying to find land. And I was doing like all these small little houses, which they were you know, $200 to $300,000. Nowadays, you know, I don't do that anymore. I built one house every year and a half, two years. But the house is a $3 to $5 million project. Like my next project I'm starting to work on right now. It's going to be a $10 million project. And it's only one house so I don't have to go crazy building 10-15 houses, I only do one project and it's going to need me the same amount of money as the other ones would. But at the same time I work a lot less because I do not like to work. Sam Wilson 09:49 Right, that makes a heck of a lot of sense. On the development side, what have been some of your favorite developments and why? Edwin Carrion 09:56 My favorite developments have been the first ones that I built. And I'm going to tell you why. Because I realized at the time I was building 1600 square foot houses, four bedrooms, two bathrooms with one car garage. And I didn't create the floor plan for those. What I did was, I always understood that you have to add value to everything that you doing life. So I used to go to these big developers, the Lennar, the Schumacher homes, the Better World Builders right now, which are some of the big ones, D. R. Horton's. I used to go to their developments. And I will pick a model that I like, and I will take the model, and instead of reinventing the wheel, I perfected the wheel. And what I mean by perfecting the wheel was I added things that didn't have, little things meaning like in their bedrooms, they used to put carpet. So instead of me putting carpet in the bedrooms, I used to put tile, so when somebody that was buying their first house, they would walk into this house and be like, Oh my god, he has tile on the bedrooms. He's like crazy, like this so much money, maybe it cost me an extra 1%. to add that, you know. In the closets, instead of putting the wires closets, I used to put the rod, the metal rod, which cost about the same amount of money. And people were like, oh my god, he has a cloth. He has a rod it has ever been the wire mesh. So those were my favorite projects, because I realized that I was building somebody's dream. And in America,to own your house or to buy your first house. It's like you accomplished the American dream, right? Especially because I'm coming from another country, coming here and buying your first house like wow, I made the American dream. So I was building and I was creating people's American dreams. Sam Wilson 11:30 That's awesome. Absolutely awesome. never really think about it from that perspective. So you're building right now your $10 million home, that's your next project. If people just come to you and say, Hey, I've got this big, giant home I want to build will you build it for me? Edwin Carrion 11:43 No, like I told you, I don't like to work. And one of the things that I do is I don't build for people. I build for myself. So every project that I do now is a spec project, meaning that I'm going to build it the way that I want to. And when it's 90% complete, that's when I put it for sale on the market. And the reason I put it for sale on the market when it's 90% complete, because there's very little changes that the new owner could make. Versus that me put it on our market, like a lot of developers do, you know, before it breaks ground or when it's the beginning stages, people come in, and they want to make all these changes. And it just prolongs the process. And it makes it more tedious. So to me, I said I have good taste. My wife has amazing taste as an interior designer, and we just build the way we like it. And if you build it, it will sell. Sam Wilson 12:25 What are your risks in that? Let's say the economy takes it... What are your risks and building a high end luxury home? Edwin Carrion 12:32 Risk is like anything else in business, there's always a risk, right? So as long as your key with your risk, and you know, for me, my risk tolerance could be 30%. For you, it could be 10%. So as long as I'm okay with my risk tolerance, I try to mitigate that risk. Since the beginning, I try to figure out what is going to be my risk. So in this case, my worst-case scenario could be that. Well, number one, let me explain a couple of things. I'm doing development, right. So I'm not flipping, I'm not wholesaling. Flippers or getting an old house, putting some paint here and there and making it look pretty, right. So the profit margins are very little right and you're a developer, you profit margins are larger than that. So we got about 30% profit margins from the total costs of construction. So my project profit margins are huge. So if the market was to crash, which now everybody's talking about a real estate bubble coming up, which there might be a bubble, but I don't think it's going to crash like it did back in 2007, 2008. So let's say a crash 30%. I'm still at breakeven. And if the market crashes, that way, I can rent a house because high-end luxury homes, a lot of people I didn't know that before it started building higher luxury homes. But there's a huge rental market for that there's a lot of companies that bring their CEOs and CFOs to other states, and they pay for all these luxury homes, and they pay a lot more than you were to sell the house because they don't want to have the liability on their books. So they rather rent, right. So there's two parts to this. The third part is you can always rent it for movie shoots, video shoots, all those things. Because I have done that in the past with one of the houses that I used to own. We film a couple of music videos in there and everything else, there's multiple options on the high end luxury market. And the last one that I always tell everyone is that even though let's say we're in a bad economy, there's a lot of people making a lot of money when there's a bad economy, just like when there's a good economy, right? I made millions of dollars from 2008 to 2012. When everybody was suffering, we had, of course, the economy, the United States, you know, I made millions of dollars in the jewelry industry during that economy and I was buying real estate I was buying properties and taking advantage of the fire that there were out there. Sam Wilson 14:33 If you could look back and your business career and there was one mistake that you would rather not repeat again, what was it? And then how can you help our listeners avoid that? Edwin Carrion 14:42 I love this question. And I don't know why everybody likes asking this question. And my answer is nothing. I will not change one thing because I know that today I will change one thing in my life. My life wouldn't be the way it is right now. And I don't regret anything that I have done in my life and I'm happy for those mistakes. But the one thing you have to remember is that as long as you learn from that mistake, you're going to be better off. But if you do not learn from that mistake and you keep making the same mistakes over and over again, you're not going to get anywhere. So it's not about changing or doing something different is about learning from that mistake and make sure you don't commit and you don't make the same mistake again. Sam Wilson 15:19 Absolutely. Edwin, if our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? Edwin Carrion 15:25 The best way to do that is join me on my social media, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn @edwincarrion78. Or you could just go to my website, Edwin Carrion and send me a message and you could connect to me. If you have any questions about real estate, live business, relationship, marriage, kids, anything, send me a message I'm very easy to get in contact with. I love to help people out. Sam Wilson 15:45 Edwin, thank you so much for your time. Certainly appreciate it. Edwin Carrion 15:48 Oh, thank you for having me. Have a great day. Sam Wilson 15:50 Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen, if you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories so appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.
Welcome back to Pursuing Pixels. We've finally got the usual trio back together, and we've got a whole heck of a lot to say about a couple of this year's biggest 'AAA' releases, so let's get right into it. It's pretty rare that we have an episode of the podcast dedicated to only two games, let alone two games of this scale & magnitude. All three of us share our takes on Kirby and the Forgotten Land on Nintendo Switch. From there, John has figured out a way to dig into Elden Ring, thanks to the fact that he's still got access to DJ's old PS4 — he and Randall dig deep into the status of each of their adventures so far... Timestamps: Kirby and the Forgotten Land - 00:01:55 + 00:51:18 Elden Ring - 00:22:32 Thanks for taking the time to listen! If you'd like to find us elsewhere on the Internet, you can find us at:
Cessar Hasselmann is todays guest joining us on the Steve Jobs inspired join up dots business podcast. He has a fascinating story of loving the process of building businesses by starting at quite an early age. He started his first business when he was just thirteen years old – running a small DJ business. Starting with his father old gear till managing 5 parties and 3 extra DJ's at the same weekend. At 16 his friend business partner got really sick and died at the age of 18, which by consequence made Cessar lose the desire to keep working on the company and chose to stop as well. In the time that's since passed, he's witnessed countless businesses succeed, and others fail.
Patrick Fitzpatrick grew up and outward, embracing his nickname of Phat Pat as a DJ and professional wrestler. Seeing 490 pounds on the scale made him realize something needed to change and he found the tools to help him make it happen. In this new episode we talk about his journey, including his experience with lap band surgery and wrestling then versus wrestling now! Connect with Pat on IG at @patrickfitzpatrickpfp now! https://www.instagram.com/patrickfitzpatrickpfp/ Check out Pat's podcast The Some Days Off Show at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-some-days-off-show/id1556095153 Fat Guy Forum PATREON is here! Click this link to see how YOU can support this show and help Gormy keep bringing you the stories of these amazing men: https://www.patreon.com/Gormygoesketo Interested in working with Gormy on Accountability & Goal Setting, Ketogenic Nutrition or more? Get more info at https://www.theketoroad.com/coach-mike You can also find Gormy on IG at @gormygoesketo, Twitter at @gormygoesketo and you can email the show at TheFatGuyForum@gmail.com! Join me at KetoCon 2022 in Austin, Texas on July 8th to the 10th! Save on a 3-Day Ticket with code GORMY10! https://www.ketocon.org/ketocon-2022/attendees/tickets-available-now/ You can also support us and save money yourself by using code GORMY to get 15% your order at Redmond Real Salt(https://shop.redmond.life/?afmc=GORMY) Great products I use every day!! Check them out! Don't forget to give us a rating and review on iTunes or whatever platform you use!! Thank you and be sure to amaze yourself today!
Host Ricky Sacks is joined by returning guests in Lee McQueen, actor Ricky Norwood and YouTuber George Achillea to review Spurs' final home game of the Premier League season against Burnley at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. We are delighted to be sponsored by the Beavertown Corner Pin. That's the Beavertown pub bang opposite the South Stand, they are doing amazing screenings of all Spurs televised away games. With a giant screen in the garden, pre-match DJ's and even smoke cannons going of if/when Spurs score along with of course the entire range of Beavertown beers and great food. Book your table now or find out more by going to: https://beavertownbrewery.co.uk/pages/corner-pin Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/lwos or use code lwos to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Threat Protection + 1 additional month for free . It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! An independent Tottenham Hotspur Fan Channel providing instant post-match analysis and previews to every single Spurs match along with a range of former players, managers & special guests. Please can we ask you to take this opportunity to *SUBSCRIBE* to the Last Word On Spurs and THANKS FOR WATCHING. Whilst watching our content we would greatly appreciate if you can LIKE the video and SUBSCRIBE to the channel, along with leaving a COMMENT below. - DIRECT CHANNEL INFORMATION: - Media/General Enquiries: email@example.com - SOCIALS: * Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@LastWordOnSpurs * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LastWordOnSpurs WEBSITE: www.lastwordonspurs.co.uk #THFC #TOTTENHAM #TOTBUR
Toronto's Cindy Li, AKA Ciel, has a knack for balancing warmth and pressure. Her productions and mixes often feel coated in an iridescent gloss, evoking the trippy stylings of '90s UK tech house and the swung drums of classic New York house. In between that, though, there's lots of vigor via sleek electro, rippling trance, barrelling techno and big, bad breakbeats. Her style may lean towards the atmospheric but it's loaded with moxie, giving her the versatility to close out a main room or kick off the afters. Her fluid movements between bouncy basslines, spiraling synth patterns and weightless house grooves are just one facet of her impressive rise as a DJ and producer. When she's not behind the decks, presenting radio shows or working on the excellent Parallel Minds label she runs alongside other Toronto acts Yohei S and Daniel 58, Li throws herself into community work. Committed to diverse dance floors, affordable housing and overall equality in the music industry, she's a hard worker in the realest sense of the phrase. Li's RA mix is a treat. Rolling through scintillating drum work, wonky rhythms and dreamy pads, it feels like quintessential Ciel. In her interview below, she described how she enjoys "the challenge of trying to combine and make cohesive all the diverse styles of music I loved in a DJ set." Judging by this mix alone, it's safe to say that Li succeeded. Read more: http://ra.co/podcast/832 @ciel_dj
Live Recorded Set from VirtualDJ Radio PowerBase
Long time listeners of the award-winning social justice meets music podcast News Beat will certainly recognize https://www.iamlikwuid.com/ (LiKWUiD) as one of the show's "Artist in Residence." She has been featured on several important episodes delivering compelling, often heart wrenching lyrics that compliment our social justice reporting in a truly powerful way. Find out a little bit more about this prolific Hip-Hop artist, DJ, educator and mentor as we share LiKWUiD's interview on the News Beat Cypher, in this special cross-feed episode drop. -- Visit https://mannyfaces.substack.com/ (https://mannyfaces.substack.com) for more smart, innovative, insightful and inspirational Hip-Hop related content.
Live Recorded Set from VirtualDJ Radio PowerBase
Le mix de Maurice West dans 103 Klubb le 12 Mai 2022 de 19H à 20H Tracklist: Oliver Heldens feat. Nile Rodgers & House Gospel Choir - I Was Made For Lovin' You | Chapter & Verse - Can't You See | Lekota - Radar | Deeper Purpose - Do We Go | Manny Martey - Pulp Fact | Crusy - Karma | Promise Land - Trumps | ID - ID | Claptone feat. lau.ra - Beautiful (James Hype Remix) | TCTS - Lights Out | Siwell - La Fiesta | Notches - No One | ID - Take Me Home | Fergie - Testify
Le mix de Blasterjaxx dans 103 Klubb le 12 Mai 2022 de 20H à 21H Tracklist: Qlank - The 5th | Bolier x NBLM feat. MVRT - Boots 'N' Cats | SEVENN - Champagne & Pizza | Hardwell - BLACK MAGIC | Henry Fong - Morena | Promise Land - Trumps | HEADER - Piece Of Me | Sem Vox - Take You Anywhere | ÜHÜ - Going Out | Cuebrick & Melody Mane - Take Me Away | 2Elements - Club Bizarre (NONICO Club Mix) | Firebeatz, Jay Hardway - No Good | Markhese - For You | HÄWK x XVW - Tequila | Justin Bieber - Boyfriend (Tim Hox Remix) | Blasterjaxx & LNY TNZ feat. Jones Suave & Jex - Brutal | Ben Nicky, Dr Phunk & Technikore - Ghost Town | Öwnboss, Sevek, Hedex - Move Your Body (Hedex Remix)
Le mix de S James R Marciano dans 103 Klubb le 05 Mai 2022 de 21H à 22H Tracklist: BLONDISH, Francis Mercier and Amadou & Mariam - Sete | Chris Lorenzo & High Jinx - California Dreamin (Cages Remix) | Swedish House Mafia feat. Seinabo Sey - Don't Go Mad | Kideko feat. Clementine Douglas - Playin | Moka Nola Reckless (12 Inch Mix) | Tom De Neef vs Lazarusman - Agenda (Bontan Remix) | Chris Lake - 400 | Valentino Khan & Dillon Francis - Move It | Cat Dealers - Stronger | TAYRI - TELABAKATU | Westend & Millean. feat. MarynCharlie - Feel | Benson & Tommy Trash - Spilt Milk | LION BABE - Harder (Shermanology Remix) | KeeQ - Sand Pit | Dean Mickoski - Losing Your Mind (Roger Sanchez Dark Remix) | VYDA - Aurora
Le mix de Timmy Trumpet dans 103 Klubb le 12 Mai 2022 de 18H à 19H Tracklist: Santti & Deadline & MKLA - Harder (Future Rave Remix) | Martin Garrix & DubVision feat. Jordan Grace - Oxygen | R3HAB - My Pony (Kryder Remix) | Firebeatz & Jay Hardway - No Good | B-Elementz feat. Kronkz - Pain | NAEMS & R?ind S?id - Holding On To You | HÄWK & XVW - Tequila | R3HAB & Timmy Trumpet feat. PollyAnna - 911 | Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads Will Roll (STVW Festival Edit) | ARTY & Mat Zo & Jason Ross vs. Coldplay & BTS - Rebound vs. My Universe (Timmy Trumpet Mashup) | Blasterjaxx feat. Diandra Faye - The Devil's Holding On | Valentino Khan & Dillon Francis - Move It | Deorro x Elvis Crespo x IAmChino - Napoleona | Hardwell - BLACK MAGIC | Ben Nicky X Dr Phunk X Technikore - Ghost Town | Promise Land - Trumps | Black Caviar feat. Savage - Woke Up Feeling Good | Armin van Buuren & Florentin feat. Jordan Grace - Echoes | Justin Bieber - Boyfriend (Tim Hox Remix) | Tom Staar & Ferry Corsten & Darla Jade vs. Duvall & BSHP - Every Glow (Timmy Trumpet Mashup) | HEADER - Piece Of Me | Tiësto & Deorro - Savage | Avian Grays - Better Off | Henry Fong - Morena | Blackcode & HAVOQ & Emma Lx - I Don't Wanna Know | Ziggy X - Sweet Caroline | Alison Wonderland - New Day
Le mix de Jeremy LB Arlekin dans 103 Klubb le 05 Mai 2022 de 18H à 19H Tracklist: Sigala - Melody (KAAZE Remix) | Milky Bass - Transcendence | Nicky Romero - Pressure | Niiko X Swae - Pathway | Martin Stevenson - Shouldn't Know | Oomloud - It's Tricky | K1LO & Guirzexx - Perfect Storm | AKI-HIRO, Outrage & Naems feat. Onyra - Rave Of The Future | Jaxx & Vega x Husman - Desperados | Blackcode & David Allen & Sura feat. Daniele Sorrentino - Destiny | Tiësto & Ava Max - The Motto (jeonghyeon Remix) | Siks & HDN - Feel It | Raven & Raven & Kreyn x Bigmoo feat. jeonghyeon - Welcome To The Future | Steff Da Campo - Hot in Here (Öwnboss Remix) | RetroVision - Let's Rock | Gabry Ponte, Djs From Mars - Killing Me Softly | W&W x The Lost Shepherds feat. Sonny Wilson - Sao Paulo | Dave Mak & Ragunde - Night Out | Justin Prime & DRIIIFT - Turn Up The Bass | Nikk & AVIIZ - Won't Leave Tonight | Dr Rude & Kane Scott feat. Lune - Rave For You
Le mix de Marlo dans 103 Klubb le 12 Mai 2022 de 21H à 22H Tracklist: Giuseppe Ottaviani & Natalie Shay - Replay | Armin van Buuren & Florentin feat. Jordan Grace - Echoes | Ed Lev feat. SFY - Let's Run Away | tyDi & JES - Just Believe (Darude Remix) | Morgan Page feat. Maggie Szabo - Sweet Illusion (Club Mix) | Moussa Clarke & Terrafunka - She Wants Him (Alex Sonata & TheRio Remix) | Fergie - Testify | Achilles, Lister, Jessie Lee Thetford - As The Rush Comes | MaRLo - Rise As One (Vadim Bonkrashkov Remix) | Sandro Silva - Zeta | Will Atkinson & Cari Golden - Cigarettes & Kerosene (T78 Remix) | Davey Asprey - Revolution | Conjure One & Jeza - Wolves at the Door (Shogun Remix) | Bogdan Vix, Claudiu Adam & Danny Claire - Falling | MaRLo - For You (Elucidus Remix) | MaRLo & Avao feat. Maikki - Break Through The Ground | Nick Havsen & XanTz - The Awakening (Nick Havsen & Greg Katona Remix) | RayRay & GHOST - Free Falling
Le mix de Yves V dans 103 Klubb le 05 Mai 2022 de 19H à 20H Tracklist: Nicky Romero - Pressure | MAKJ - Worship | KURA & Peace Maker! - You | Yves V feat. INNA & Janieck - Déjà Vu (Van Múrten Remix) | Alfons & Xillions - Let You Go | WATEVA feat. Karl Killing - Get U Off My Mind | Yves V & FR!ES - High Like This | Rushline x Kryda - Keep On Tellin' Me | Renato S x Ken x Somero - Do It To Myself | Manse, Jac & Harri feat. Amanda Collis - Nobody | Choujaa & Napher - I Don't Wanna | Ramiro Rubio - Power | Chemical Surf, Suark, Fredrik Ferrier - Satisfied | Yves V & Catdealers - Just Wanna Be Loved | Bram Fidder, Stefano Iezzi feat. Enlery - Turn It Up | P!nk - Get The Party Started (Future Class & Makloud Remix) | Laserkraft 3D - Nein Mann
Le mix de Lucas Steve dans 103 Klubb le 05 Mai 2022 de 20H à 21H Tracklist: Dynoro & HVME & Gaudini - Why Why Why | Boris Ayson & Billy The Kit, ANML KNGDM - Give Me Your Love | Alfie Cridland x Amaru Klein x Damae - High | Alesso x Zara Larsson - Words | Redondo x Malarkey x Galluxy - Never Stop | Bram Fidder, Stefano Iezzi feat. Enlery - Turn It Up | Öwnboss, Sevek - Move Your Body (Saint Punk Remix) | Typhoon - Zandloper (Lucas & Steve Remix) | NØ SIGNE - Selection | Majestic feat. Nonõ - Time To Groove | Lucas & Steve - Set You Free | Pink Panda & Sunset Strippers - Falling Stars | Thomas Nan feat. EMMA LX - Set Me Free | Invisible, CASSIE - All Night | Lucas & Steve, MARF - Give Me Your Love | MAKJ - Worship | Alfons & Xillions - Let You Go | ARTY - So Good To Me
Live Recorded Set from VirtualDJ Radio ClubZone
Live Recorded Set from VirtualDJ Radio PowerBase
Live Recorded Set from VirtualDJ Radio PowerBase
For more info: https://balancemusic.com.au @zankee-gulati From under warm Southern Hemisphere skies, Zankee Gulati is a rising star in the Australian electronic music scene. With his distinctive brand of underground house, and a dash of techno thrown in for good measure, the Sydney based artist continues to develop a growing fanbase comprised of fans and DJ glitterati alike.
The guys talk Jared Leto at the Met Gala, getting a pat down vs a body scan at the airport, Relationship Advice for a 46 year old, wearing sunglasses inside, drinking your significant other's blood, getting screeched in keeping up with traditions, DJ's, square dancing, smoking at work, straight men wearing feminine jewelry and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.