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The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Careers in Commodities and Real Estate Ventures Fueled by ADHD w/ Bill Hamlin

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 20:31


Today we learn how his daughter's ADHD diagnosis led to a better understanding of his own superpower, and how his ADHD has been serving him for many, many years. His bio is below. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Bill Hamlin discuss:   2:14 - Intro and welcome Bill Hamlin! 4:45- So, how were you able to hyper-focus with all that financial responsibility? 6:56- Stock trading and related chaos.. those are places where the faster brain really thrives? 7:23- Was there something about the pits that gave you a sense of Zen, or sort of a quiet hum? 8:50- So then how did you train yourself to come up for air and get out of hyperfocus? 9:56- Tell me about how ADHD affects your personal life and the different tools you use to keep that part of you solid too? 12:11- Ref: Delivered from Distraction Peter's interview with Dr. Ned Hallowell 13:47- ADHD and addiction are very close to each other. Did you have a similar situation? 16:32- What do you wish you'd known back then that you know now about your ADHD and about sort of the way you've lived? 18:50- How can people find more about your reach out to you if they have any questions or if they want to share, if you're willing to give us some info on how to get to you? Mr. William Hamlin on LinkedIN 19:19 - Thank you Bill! Guys, as always, we are here for you and we love the responses and the notes that we get from you; so please continue to do that! Tell us who you want to hear on the podcast, anything at all; we'd love to know.  Leave us a review on any of the places you get your podcasts, and if you ever need our help I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse!  19:46 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits — Bill Hamlen was born in Schenectady, NY and raised in Bernardsville, NJ where he attended Bernards High School.  After graduating from Dartmouth College in 1984, Bill joined Drexel Burnham's commodity division.  While at Drexel, Bill worked in various areas including the international order desk as well as many different “pits” including all of the metals, softs, and oil pits.  He eventually landed a permanent position on the oil desk that included a year in Singapore where petroleum derivatives were just developing. After leaving Drexel in 1990, Bill worked at Rafferty Associates and United Energy brokering various energy derivatives.  In 2001, Bill joined Westport Petroleum, Inc. in their Singapore and London offices where he started a clean product trading desk specializing in the international arbitrage of jet fuel, gasoil, various grades of gasoline, and alkylates.  In 2005 he moved over to Westport's heavy fuel oil desk in Singapore and specialized in the international arbitrage of heavy crudes and fuel oil.  In 2007, Bill joined Vitol Singapore's heavy fuel oil desk and worked there until his retirement in 2015.  While at Westport and later Vitol, he sourced heavy streams in the USGC, Mexico, Venezuelan, Ecuador, Colombia, Russian, Bulgaria, The Middle East, Iraq, India, Australia, South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesian, Thailand, and Malaysia among others.  He also supplied blended fuel to ships in Singapore as well as power plants throughout Asia and the Middle East including India, Pakistan, East Africa, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China, and Vietnam as well as many other smaller destinations.  He also managed the complex hedging activities necessitated by all of these physical movements.  After leaving Vitol, Bill and his wife began a second career as real estate investors via their privately held Leeward Holdings with properties on Nantucket and in Hanover, NH. Bill was married in 1996 and has two daughters and the family currently lives in Hanover, NH.  Among other achievements, he is an Eagle Scout, a PADI certified diver, and completed a NOLS course as a teenager.  He has extensive open water sailing experience having participated on multiple voyages in the Caribbean and Pacific.  He is also the Chair of Planned Giving for the Class of '84 at Dartmouth, the VP for the Association of Planned Giving Chairs at Dartmouth, and has served many other volunteer roles at the College. Even his abridged bio is incredible!!  -- TRANSCRIPT:  — I want to thank you for listening and for subscribing to Faster Than Normal! I also want to tell you that if you're listening to this one, you probably listened to other episodes as well. Because of you all, we are the number one ADHD podcast on the internet!! And if you like us, you can sponsor an episode! Head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ It is a lot cheaper than you think. You'll reach... about 25k to 30,000 people in an episode and get your name out there, get your brand out there, your company out there, or just say thanks for all the interviews! We've brought you over 230 interviews of CEOs, celebrities, musicians, all kinds of rock stars all around the world from Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Keith Krach from DocuSign, Danny Meyer, we've had Rachel Cotton, we've had  the band Shinedown, right? Tons and tons of interviews, and we keep bringing in new ones every week so head over to https://rally.io/creator/SHANK/ make it yours, we'd love to have you, thanks so much for listening!  Now to this week's episode, we hope you enjoy it! — Hey everyone! My name is Peter Shankman. You are listening to Faster Than Normal. We have taken a hiatus. This is our first episode back in about a month and a half. It was a good holiday season. It was fun COVID times now. And, but we're back it's it's early January. Daughter's homeschooling again. And we are thrilled to be back with all new episodes. We have some incredible episodes that we've already recorded coming down the pike. You're going to be very, very happy with what you hear in the new year. So I hope you guys are safe and well and vaccinated. And I want to introduce Bill.  So Bill reached out to me after his daughter was diagnosed with ADHD in 2016 and he was based in Singapore and sure enough, I happened to be in Singapore right around that time for keynote. We weren't able to get together, but we did stay in touch and I found Bill's backstory and bio very, very fascinating. So I want to share it with you guys. Bill was born in Schenectady, New York and raised in New Jersey. He attended high school and Dartmouth. He joined a company in 84 called Drexel Burnham. I don't know if you, for those who are young and don't remember Drexel Burnham, Drexel Burnham was, um, one of the old school financial firms-the, I think the joke around that, around early nineties when things started to go south was that if Merrill Lynch and Drexel Burnham merge, would we call the company Lynch and Burnham. But I remember Drexel from the day and he worked in various and Bill worked in various areas there, including the international order desk, as well as many of the different pits, including all the metals softs and oil pits, and if you watched Wall Street And you see how crazy they get when they're trying to sell a stock or buys or whatever. Imagine that. 400 times the speed. He wound up eventually in the oil desk, he wound up in Singapore. He's got a bunch of stuff. He since reinvented his life, he started a second career along with his wife as real estate investors, um, in Nantucket and it Hanover New Hampshire, but keep in mind, he's ADHD. Because of that, obviously he couldn't just do one thing. He's an Eagle scout. He's a PATO certified diver. He's completed a NOLS course. He has extensive open water sailing experiences. He's competed multiple voyages in the Caribbean and Pacific. He's also chair of planned giving to the class of 84 Dartmouth, the VP of association, giving care to Dartmouth in addition to many other volunteer roles. Bill welcome. And you sound as crazy as I am. So it's great to have you.  Thank you, Peter. It's funny. My wife jokes that I over-schedule myself. And I always say, well, I just schedule to my maximum ability, and then you come to me with extra things to do and that's when I get over tasked.  Exactly. And I'm sure that goes very well. I'm sure that goes over very well when, when you explained to her that. One of the things that I find fascinating; you work the trading desks, right. And I mean, you started, uh, you know, after you left Drexel, you, you, you joined Westport Petroleum and then the second point trading in London offices, you started a clean product trading desk there, especially as in the international arbitrage of jet fuel gas, oil barrier, spades, gasoline, and alkalines basically, you were doing stuff where if you fell off.. we're talking millions or billions of dollars wiped off the balance sheet in half a second. So what I'd love to know, and I'm just gonna dive right into this. How were you able to, I mean, I know hyper-focus is a thing for people like us, but that would scare the living crap out of me. How were you able to hyper-focus that well? Um, it's funny. I would almost put it in the, oh, I w I would reverse that, that when I first got into commodities, everything suddenly made sense. It was like a, the Rubik's cube pieces fell into place. The what, what to some people looks like total chaos to me was order. And the sitting on a desk with a bunch of phones ringing South Paulo, Brazil would call Hong Kong would call and you have to place orders and all the various pits. It was easy to me. In fact, that was fun. It was like a big game. So I always feel like I never worked a day in my life. All I did was basically play games. The games happened to be commodities and, but it was making order out of chaos. That just seemed. Um, soothing in a way. And so what from the outside looked stressful to me seemed like fun, like a big game, really. And then going down to the floor, the, you know, I was kind of in a commodity training program. So I worked in every pit learned about every, you know, orange juice, cotton. Someone was out, you'd have to go over there, then go to the gold pit. And you know, all that chaos was, it was just a big game. Uh, to me at least, or it seemed like a big game and the game was to make as much money as possible. Um, at that point though, it was just clerking. I wasn't trading and, um, it, you know, but I basically found my home and I, and I think in fact, if you go to a lot of, you know, wall street companies or commodity companies, and you look at the trading desk, you'll see a bunch of guys with ADHD. Uh, a couple of sociopaths, maybe a psychopath and a, and a bunch of engineers kind of keeping it all together, but there's a huge concentration of people with ADHD in commodities. And, um, it's, it's not a given, but you, you could see them. It's just clear as daylight.  So it's one of those places where the faster brain really thrives? Oh, absolutely. In fact, it's funny a couple of years ago, um, I have a, uh, former colleague, he went to Duke really, really played lacrosse there. Um, and I was joking. I asked him about ADHD and he looked at me like, I'm an idiot. Like, of course I am, I mean, that, that's how accepted and common it was. Um, yeah. And so there's a lot of people that, that seem to gravitate, um, to that type of chaos and that, and find it, find harmony there.  I'm curious as to, how do I phrase this? When, when I get into a zone, when I'm doing something that I truly love, let's say I'm on a plane to Asia and I'm writing, I'm writing a book or something like that. I get into a zone and I just sort of have. I guess the best way to put it is this quiet hum in my head, that is my call it my hyper-focus hum. Right? And it just, no matter what chaos is happening, no matter whether there's turbulence or whether the flight attendants come over with food or whatever, the case may be, two people are fighting behind me; it doesn't matter that hum is keeping me Zen and focused. Did you find that the same thing? Was there something about the pits that gave you that same sort of hum for lack of a better word? Well, I would, I get what you're saying, but it's funny in more realistic terms when I was in Singapore, I'd be on the desk in a conversation, looking at a spreadsheet, you know, maybe calculating what something's worth, but on the phone at the same time, talking to someone I'd look up. And it was, you know, 10:20, and there was no one else in the desk because we had a meeting scheduled at 10. I would not even notice everyone could leave the room, I'd be there. And then I w- but it didn't just happen once, you know, it would happen over and over and over again. And I, I had to really work hard. To, to get out of that. Hyper-focus but I know exactly what you mean.  Well, what it's, here's an interesting question. What did you do? What did you, how did you train yourself? Did you involve other people? Did you say, Hey, when you're going into a meeting, you know, reach out to me, what did you do to get people into that? To, to, to, to get yourself, you know, helping with that?  Well, I can tell you, it is funny. Like when I was on the phone, if I was sitting at my desk, I'd get bored. Um, so I would stand up and pace around the office in giant circles. Um, just to keep my brain focused. That's just how my head works. If I'm sitting at a desk and not doing something else at the same time, I kind of get bored. So I, um, so I came up with little tools okay. Based around the office and I would have a more meaningful conversation. In order to make the meeting, I would just schedule reminders that, I schedule reminders for everything. I'm a big list kind of guy. Um, I have lists for everything and those lists I create helped me, um, you know, keep order.  Yep. Tell me about your personal life. So, so your, uh, ADHD is obviously very, very beneficial for you in this regard. Tell me about how it affects your personal life and what, what sort of changes or, uh, different things you've had to do to get there.  Well, the it's hard to go there without telling kind of the backstory of my kind of discovery. And it has a lot to do with our daughter, who, um, at a certain age, in fact, this is what gets me angry about ADHD. And this is one of the reasons why I reached out; because her journey and my journey, um, it's a very typical situation I think. She was in seventh grade. Um, and we got called to school. This is UWC in Singapore. Um, and to give an idea, the level of understanding of ADHD in Singapore is there are about 25 to 40 years behind where we are here.  I actually interviewed this doctor, on the podcast, a psychologist, the podcast from Singapore and she said, exactly the same thing.  Oh, yeah. It's like stepping back in time, in fact, so, okay. So w we go into, um, we find out that she's struggling in math, she's just above the red line. They wanted to put her in learning support. And I fought back the vehemently because I believe that once she got into learning support, she would never get out. It's like a black hole and. So we had her tested independently and guess what? She's very, her processing speed was off the charts. Um, in fact, at one point we had her tested again for something else. And the, the woman that did the test said, I've been doing this for 20 years. I probably test 15 to 20 kids a year and she's the first one that has ever completed one of the sections. And so, and we started, so my wife and I, we looked back and it at her school in second grade, they said, we think maybe she has an eyesight issue. She needs glasses. So we had her eyesight tested, we're scratching our heads. And, um, anyway, fast forward, she, um, she started on Conserta Yup. That's my drug of choice also.  Right. Okay. Then we read, um, uh, uh, uh, Dr. Ned Hallowell's book, um, Delivered from Distraction. Yes. And we started listening to podcasts and everything kind of fell in place. In fact, I forgot one key part of this. Is that, um, we had her tested and at the same time, my wife was reading the diagnosis of someone else that had ADHD and she's reading it and she's like, oh my God, that's our daughter. And that's when everything kind of fell in place. So it was kind of a combination of both the testing and, um, Yeah. And the reading diagnosis of someone else with ADHD. So at that point, I began to look back at my life and realize, huh, I like chaos at my own little Rubik's cube. All the pieces fell into place and I began to realize all the things I've been doing to cope. You know, I get up, I run in the morning in central park, when I lived in New York, I'd have coffee, I'd do all these different things. I needed to work out just to be able to see straight and, um, You know, so I began to see all the commonalities of the, um, Of the things I did to deal with it, and I guess it, um, and then I looked back at my career that, you know, for me, I liked playing games. I like eating good food. I like drinking good booze and commodity trading kind of combines all those things that I enjoy. And so, like I said, I never felt like I worked a day in my life. It was all kind of a big fun game to me. Um, so it was kind of perfect for someone who has ADHD.  Let me ask the question. Um, it's it's you're you touched an interesting point. It's one of those industries where, you know, you work hard, but you also play hard. Right? I mean, I know just, just my, uh, my, um, uh, financial adviser, right. Once a year, he takes me out to dinner. He shows me how my portfolio is doing and, and, you know, five drinks in right? He doesn't..you know it's not that we're going out to drink- you treat the client well, right, in any, in any sort of financial industry. So did that affect you at all? Did you, I mean, I know that I have a very precarious relationship with alcohol and a lot of that is connected to ADHD. ADHD and addiction are very close to each other. Did you have a similar situation?  Yes, that would be, you know, I probably, um, well.. It depends in New York one, doesn't really go out to lunch really. Um, in Singapore, in, in London, it's kind of a different story. So, and it is very much, um, well, I should say, if you look at say the, the world of oil trading, it's a giant fraternity and it's a giant fraternity, um, of people that know each other and entertainment plays a big role in, in that industry. So you work very hard all day and you go out and celebrate at night. Um, and yeah, it, um, it plays a big role. Yeah.  It never, it never affected you the point where you're like, okay, I probably shouldn't do this or I should cut back on anything that that?  Um, well, for me, I can tell you, it was very clear when I was in my early fifties, I began to feel, um, diminished resilience. And that was really more a function of the stress, um, that, you know, without going too deep into it, sometimes when you have huge positions, um, you walk in and you ready to have a heart attack. And for the first up until my early fifties, I suppose if I had a superpower, it was the ability to endure enormous amounts of stress without thinking about it and I began to feel that that resilience diminishing, and that was my body speaking to me and saying, Hey, it's time to slow down. So for me, the signal was more about stress and less about other things. Um, I also, as I said, always would get up and need to workout first thing in the morning or at lunch. And I think that. Um, I think that the French have an expression to drink enough water with your wine and need enough salad with your foie gras, you know, working out, um, was always a way to balance out that aspect of you know, of my life.  That's very smart. So tell us last steps. What do you wish you'd known back then that you know now about your ADHD and about sort of the way you've lived? That's a good question. Um, what do I wish I'd known before? Well, I think the, maybe I would turn that around a little bit and, and, and say that, um, I've heard that expression; it's like a Maserati engine with a bicycle brakes. And I think the understanding that ADHD can be a superpower was a transformational concept for me and for my daughter, but maybe more for young people. And I recently have had a friend whose son was diagnosed with ADHD and from the questionings, the line of questions he was asking, and from the tone in his voice, I got this sense that he'd been given some negative messaging from the school. And I thought, how tragic that was that, you know, it can be. And I, and I understand there's the, you know, there's a full spectrum for me. And I think in our family, a high processing speed is, is a part of it with less of the maybe other hyperactive issues. Right. And so we're able to harness that superpower and I get that it it's diff you know, everyone's a little bit different and that there are more difficult challenges that some people face but I think the understanding that, um, ADHD really can be a superpower is such a powerful message. And in understanding that figuring out how to channel that energy into the right direction, I think I was simply lucky to find something where I was able to channel it appropriately. Um, I don't think my knowing that I had ADHD would have helped me find.. I kind of stumbled into something that I loved And, but I think that, um, I think the, you know, to understand that people with ADHD have a superpower and it's important to try to find things in life well, ways to, to live with it, but also ways to channel it. Um, I think is the, is a message that, you know, I'd like to share because for me it was, it was a superpower. Yeah, I love that. What a great way to when it end., um, Bill, I really appreciate that. How can people find more about your reach out to you if they have any questions or if they want to share, if you're willing to give us some info on how to get to you? I'm on LinkedIn. That's probably the easiest. Sounds good. And we'll put that, we'll put that link in the, in the show notes. Uh, it's under William Paul Hamlin. [actually under Mr. William Hamlin] Thank you so much for taking the time. I really, really appreciate it. You're our first interview of the year and it was definitely a good one. We'd love to have you back in several months as well to tell us what else you're working on. Alright Peter, thanks, Happy New Year!  Thanks again guys. As always, you were listening to Faster Than Normal. We love that you're here. Welcome back! This is going to be a really great year. We have a lot of new things coming up. I'll tell you right now we have some open space; you want to be on the podcast; you think you have an interesting story? Let us know what it is! I'm sure if you, if it's interesting to us, it's interesting to other people out there and you can help tell that story and share the ADHD is a gift, not a curse. We've been saying that since day one, we'll see you next week. Stay safe, stay healthy. Wear a mask. — Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at petershankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week. 

No Blackout Dates
S2, Ep. 16: Running With The Buffalo In Bali

No Blackout Dates

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 43:56


Marko Randelovic is a documentary filmmaker and photojournalist from the UK whose work focuses heavily on Southeast Asia. Marko joins No Blackout Dates to discuss his new film, Makepung, which debuts on Matador Network on January 12. Makepung tells the story of Bali's long-running tradition of buffalo racing. That's right – there's a dedicated cohort of Balinese who aren't afraid to hop on a water buffalo and chase speed, glory, and honor. Lest you be worried about animal rights, these water buffalo are among the most cared-for animals on the Indonesian island. Also on today's docket is the lifestyle of an international filmmaker. What kept him going throughout a global pandemic that severely restricted his – and everyone else's – ability to vagabond? He also notes why it's so important to connect with the communities you visit rather than just experience a place through its travel or expat lens. Marko discusses the differences between visiting Canggu and Ubud, and how even the island's famed beach club scene has a spiritual side.In Hot Takes, Tim and Eben discuss the merits of Don't Look Up and debate whether or not Yelp reviews are bullsh*t. Tim wonders what the heck “smart casual” dress means, and Eben admits that he actually does enjoy the outdoors (as long as he's far from home).Relevant links: Marko Randelovic Don't Look Up The best places to go in Bali for every type of traveler Dress codes and what they mean Pizzeria UNO Marko's Instagram Tim's Instagram Eben's Instagram News of the Day: Why you should liquefy your corpse when you die It's true – McDonald's is putting stationary bikes in its restaurants BONUS: Help the Joshua Tree gain protection under the Endangered Species Act

Supernatural Confessions
#111 - Indonesian Hotel | Hantu TINDIH | Unwanted Attention - Friday Night Live Ep8

Supernatural Confessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 83:57


WE ARE BACK with Friday Night Live 2022! This episode, we'll feature: Indonesian Hotel: Where confessor tells us about her experience back when she was an air stewardess, ending up in a hotel where everyone was advised to bunk in together. But being someone that is rather private, she rejected her colleague's offer. Something came knocking on her door later that night, or rather...ringing her doorbell Hantu Tindih: We have all heard about sleep paralysis and the scientific explanation behind it. Our confessor started as a skeptic and after one incident, not only he had been disturbed during his sleep, he came face to face with the thing itself, turned him into a believer of the supernatural. Unwanted attention: A chant/a prayer helps us during our daily life, we were often told to say/chant it whenever we can. But there are certain chants that were believed if chanted during particular period of time, it would attract unwanted attention. Confessor told us a tragic story that happened in his family along this line. Know Your Hantu: Aswang An umbrella term of many creatures in the Philippines. Links: Full video, click here: Youtube/SupernaturalConfessions You can submit your confession here: Supernatural Confessions You can join our Facebook group here: SC Private Group, It must be the Hantu

This Week In Location Based Marketing
Location Weekly - Episode 550

This Week In Location Based Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 25:28


Tune into episode 550 of #LocationWeekly now! Today we talk about the TSA supporting Apple Wallet IDs starting in June, Locatify + Swiss agency Melt launching location-based audio walking tours, Irish retailers get into recycling with AI-based reverse vending machines, and Unilever's Lifebouy uses real-time mobile data to help Indonesians stay safe during COVID.

Daily Bible Reading Podcast
Beginning of the year: Clearing up confusion

Daily Bible Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 8:25


Hey there! It seems like we are off to a good start this year in the Daily Bible Reading Podcast. I have already gotten one email indicating some confusion on the part of one listener, so I will explain about that in just a few moments. First I want to ask you to share the DBRP NOW with your friends. If you started listening to the podcasts just a few days ago, then perhaps it has occured to you, “Hey, this podcast would be perfect for” this or that friend. If so, please share with them right away. This first week of the yearly plan is a great time to start listening, and if your friend wants to, he/she can easily catch up with you. Then you can discuss the readings together. If you visit the Read This First pages linked in the header of dailybiblereading.info, you can find the Sharing page, which has images that you can use for sharing on social media posts. I will give you some reasons for contacting me below, so let me share now that my favorite way for you to contact me is via the Contact button at dailybiblereading.info. It's in the upper right hand corner of the screen. I have recently revised much of the information found in the Read This First pages linked in the banner of dailybiblereading.info. That's the place to go for information about Bible apps, podcast apps, Bible sites useful for digging deeper. and also information about me. Last year, I followed the 3D reading plan again, but did not listen to any of the podcasts. This year, I am going to listen to all of them again in a concentrated way, looking for things to improve. And already I have made improvements to some podcasts from episode 1 through 26. I always want to know if you find a mistake in something I have said in one of the recordings. Here is the item of confusion mentioned above that I wanted to share with you: YouVersion now has an audio play button at the bottom of the page for the Digging Deeper Daily reading plan. Because that reading plan is sponsored by the Daily Bible Reading Podcast, some people will think that the play button is giving them the recordings for the podcasts. It does NOT. If you hit the play button, you get a Siri/Alexa-like voice that reads the devotional content page, and after that page, the app will play whatever voice is bundled with the translation you have selected. If any of the people who have recently subscribed to the Digging Deeper Daily reading plan in the YouVersion app are confused like that, then they won't get the message about their mistake, since they will never see the extra podcast that I release like this one. However, when the voice pronounces the name of Job as job, I hope that they will figure out that they are not listening to a podcast. Actually following the 3D reading plan that way is not too bad. I'm just sorry that those who do this will miss out on some of the extra information that I can give in podcasts and also the prayers at the end of each podcast. For more information about my two full-Bible reading plans in the YouVersion app, please visit the Read This First pages linked at dailybiblereading.info, and look for the page that is about Listening to podcasts. I want to close this podcast with a selection of quick tips. For all of these items, you can find more complete information in the Read This First pages. If you have any questions about why I have recorded the NLT and the GNT for the DBRP, please see the Read This First pages. Those two are the most understandable English translations for those consuming Scripture in audio form. If you started listening to episode 1 podcast on January 1st, if you don't want to install a podcast app, you can simply go to dailybiblereading.info or dailygntbiblereading.info. Your daily episode will be near the top. This is also a great method if you want to use a computer instead of a smaller device. If you are somewhere in the middle of the year or are irregular in your listening, a good podcast app will make it easy to select the next episode without having to remember the day number or search for it. If my reading is too slow for you, a good podcast app will let you choose to speed up the audio. My favorite speed is 1.25. I don't recommend listening to Scripture at 1.5 speed if your aim is to understand it and think about it. When I was reading the 3D plan last year and not listening to the audio, I enjoyed using the MyBible app, which works on both Apple and Android devices. It has MANY options for customization. A simpler app that allows you to follow the 3D plan is called Quick Bibles. The Indonesian version of that program is the most popular Bible app in Indonesia. For listening to the 3D plan using smart speakers, please see the Read This First pages at dailybiblereading.info. Please, if you are listening to the DBRP on your commute to work, have things set up with your podcast app so you do not need to touch your phone. I want to repeat my appeal from the top of this episode: Please share with your friends about the 3D reading plan and the Daily Bible Reading Podcasts. Any day of the year is a good day to start listening to the Bible. The Holy Spirit will never tell you not to read the Bible. That message comes from someone else. Expect the Holy Spirit to speak to you each time you read or listen to the Bible. Please forget about me and listen to Him. Gale and I send you our New Year's greetings, and as always, I say, May the Lord bless you ‘real good'.

Daily GNT Bible Reading Podcast
Beginning of the year: Clearing up confusion

Daily GNT Bible Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 8:25


Hey there! It seems like we are off to a good start this year in the Daily Bible Reading Podcast. I have already gotten one email indicating some confusion on the part of one listener, so I will explain about that in just a few moments. First I want to ask you to share the DBRP NOW with your friends. If you started listening to the podcasts just a few days ago, then perhaps it has occured to you, “Hey, this podcast would be perfect for” this or that friend. If so, please share with them right away. This first week of the yearly plan is a great time to start listening, and if your friend wants to, he/she can easily catch up with you. Then you can discuss the readings together. If you visit the Read This First pages linked in the header of dailybiblereading.info, you can find the Sharing page, which has images that you can use for sharing on social media posts. I will give you some reasons for contacting me below, so let me share now that my favorite way for you to contact me is via the Contact button at dailybiblereading.info. It's in the upper right hand corner of the screen. I have recently revised much of the information found in the Read This First pages linked in the banner of dailybiblereading.info. That's the place to go for information about Bible apps, podcast apps, Bible sites useful for digging deeper. and also information about me. Last year, I followed the 3D reading plan again, but did not listen to any of the podcasts. This year, I am going to listen to all of them again in a concentrated way, looking for things to improve. And already I have made improvements to some podcasts from episode 1 through 26. I always want to know if you find a mistake in something I have said in one of the recordings. Here is the item of confusion mentioned above that I wanted to share with you: YouVersion now has an audio play button at the bottom of the page for the Digging Deeper Daily reading plan. Because that reading plan is sponsored by the Daily Bible Reading Podcast, some people will think that the play button is giving them the recordings for the podcasts. It does NOT. If you hit the play button, you get a Siri/Alexa-like voice that reads the devotional content page, and after that page, the app will play whatever voice is bundled with the translation you have selected. If any of the people who have recently subscribed to the Digging Deeper Daily reading plan in the YouVersion app are confused like that, then they won't get the message about their mistake, since they will never see the extra podcast that I release like this one. However, when the voice pronounces the name of Job as job, I hope that they will figure out that they are not listening to a podcast. Actually following the 3D reading plan that way is not too bad. I'm just sorry that those who do this will miss out on some of the extra information that I can give in podcasts and also the prayers at the end of each podcast. For more information about my two full-Bible reading plans in the YouVersion app, please visit the Read This First pages linked at dailybiblereading.info, and look for the page that is about Listening to podcasts. I want to close this podcast with a selection of quick tips. For all of these items, you can find more complete information in the Read This First pages. If you have any questions about why I have recorded the NLT and the GNT for the DBRP, please see the Read This First pages. Those two are the most understandable English translations for those consuming Scripture in audio form. If you started listening to episode 1 podcast on January 1st, if you don't want to install a podcast app, you can simply go to dailybiblereading.info or dailygntbiblereading.info. Your daily episode will be near the top. This is also a great method if you want to use a computer instead of a smaller device. If you are somewhere in the middle of the year or are irregular in your listening, a good podcast app will make it easy to select the next episode without having to remember the day number or search for it. If my reading is too slow for you, a good podcast app will let you choose to speed up the audio. My favorite speed is 1.25. I don't recommend listening to Scripture at 1.5 speed if your aim is to understand it and think about it. When I was reading the 3D plan last year and not listening to the audio, I enjoyed using the MyBible app, which works on both Apple and Android devices. It has MANY options for customization. A simpler app that allows you to follow the 3D plan is called Quick Bibles. The Indonesian version of that program is the most popular Bible app in Indonesia. For listening to the 3D plan using smart speakers, please see the Read This First pages at dailybiblereading.info. Please, if you are listening to the DBRP on your commute to work, have things set up with your podcast app so you do not need to touch your phone. I want to repeat my appeal from the top of this episode: Please share with your friends about the 3D reading plan and the Daily Bible Reading Podcasts. Any day of the year is a good day to start listening to the Bible. The Holy Spirit will never tell you not to read the Bible. That message comes from someone else. Expect the Holy Spirit to speak to you each time you read or listen to the Bible. Please forget about me and listen to Him. Gale and I send you our New Year's greetings, and as always, I say, May the Lord bless you ‘real good'.

Astra Digital Academy
Eps. 83 Rise of Indonesian E-Sport Industry #3

Astra Digital Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 12:58


Bagaimana game yang awalnya hanya sebagai media hiburan hingga saat ini menjadi ajang olahraga yang ditandingkan. Lalu, bagaimana sih perusahaan melihat opportunity e-Sport yang sedang berkembang? Termasuk bagaimana trend industri E-Sport di Indonesia? Wiku Baskoro, Co-founder Hybrid.co.id dan Dailysocial.id, akan sharing banyak terkait trend industri eSport “Rise of Indonesian E-Sport Industry” dalam Online DigiTalk Astra Digital Academy by Center of Excellence, di sini.

Astra Digital Academy
Eps. 82 Rise of Indonesian E-Sport Industry #2

Astra Digital Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 12:41


Bagaimana game yang awalnya hanya sebagai media hiburan hingga saat ini menjadi ajang olahraga yang ditandingkan. Lalu, bagaimana sih perusahaan melihat opportunity e-Sport yang sedang berkembang? Termasuk bagaimana trend industri E-Sport di Indonesia? Wiku Baskoro, Co-founder Hybrid.co.id dan Dailysocial.id, akan sharing banyak terkait trend industri eSport “Rise of Indonesian E-Sport Industry” dalam Online DigiTalk Astra Digital Academy by Center of Excellence, di sini.

Astra Digital Academy
Eps. 81 Rise of Indonesian E-Sport Industry #1

Astra Digital Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 17:06


Bagaimana game yang awalnya hanya sebagai media hiburan hingga saat ini menjadi ajang olahraga yang ditandingkan. Lalu, bagaimana sih perusahaan melihat opportunity e-Sport yang sedang berkembang? Termasuk bagaimana trend industri E-Sport di Indonesia? Wiku Baskoro, Co-founder Hybrid.co.id dan Dailysocial.id, akan sharing banyak terkait trend industri eSport “Rise of Indonesian E-Sport Industry” dalam Online DigiTalk Astra Digital Academy by Center of Excellence, di sini.

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
New Indonesian Armed Forces Chief's security approach in Papua: How people responding? - Pendekatan Keamanan Panglima TNI Baru di Papua: Bagaimana Respon Masyarakat?

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 10:16


The new Commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) who took office last November, General Andika Perkasa, promises a new approach in solving the problems in Papua, one of which is security. How do human rights advocates view such an approach? - Panglima TNI yang baru menjabat mulai bulan November lalu, Jenderal Andika Perkasa, menjanjikan pendekatan baru dalam menyelesaikan masalah Papua yangmana salah satu masalah utamanya adalah keamanan. Bagaimana advokat HAM melihat pendekatan tersebut?

Indonesian News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - Indonesian News at 20:15 (JST), January 03

Indonesian News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 13:56


NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - Indonesian News at 20:15 (JST), January 03

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
SBS Radio News Indonesian Program - Monday, 3 January 2022 - Warta Berita Radio SBS Program Bahasa Indonesia - Senin, 3 Januari 2022

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 13:53


SBS Radio News in Indonesian, Monday, 3 January 2022 - Warta Berita Radio SBS yang disampaikan dalam Bahasa Indonesia - hari Senin, 3 Januari 2022.

Learn Indonesian | IndonesianPod101.com
News #272 - How to achieve your 2022 Indonesian New Year’s Resolution

Learn Indonesian | IndonesianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 9:52


learn the secret to improve your studying https://www.indonesianpod101.com/?src=rss01022022

Holly Jolly X'masu
Episode 39 - Singaporean Christmas

Holly Jolly X'masu

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 59:58


Welcome to episode 39 of Holly Jolly X'masu! In this year-end bonus episode, I talk about Singaporean Christmas music. One of the things I've really enjoyed over the years is finding just how much “undiscovered” Christmas music is really out there. Forgotten old nuggets from the US are becoming increasingly rare due to how many people have been searching them out and sharing them over the past few decades, but there's tons of new Christmas music being created each year, and some of it is quite good. Outside of the US, there's a wealth of music to be found. I primarily focus on Japanese music, but during my searches, I find records from all over the world that I've seen listed anywhere else. I've seen records from all over Europe, Korea, Trinidad, Indonesia, Africa and elsewhere. If I had unlimited funds, I'd pick up a few of them. Other than a few domestic releases each year, I seldom buy Christmas music anymore outside of my Japanese purchases. These Singaporean albums really struck a chord with me, though, and I wanted to get copies I could listen to without skips, scratches, pops and hiss. There are a few other Singaporean and Indonesian records I've heard with some great music on them, but the ones I discussed in this episode really are the cream of the crop, as far as I'm concerned. I'd have liked to have found a decent amount of biographical information about each of the bands. The lack of information about the Silverstones and the Spiders was disappointing, but I was glad I was able to find as much as I did about the others, and I was happy to see that Ernie Djohan is still going strong. I hope you enjoyed this foray into Singapore, and that it helped enliven your New Year's celebration. Join me back here next month as I kick off 2022 with a pair of fantastic folk albums. First up is “Merry X'mas with the Shandracks” from 1970. Then, on the 25th, I'll be covering one of my absolute favorite albums, “Christmas Best Hits,” from Chewing Gum. It's an absolutely wonderful album and you don't want to miss it. Thanks for listening, and I hope you enjoyed Ohashi Trio as much as I did. Be sure to listen in next week to my special Halloween episode where I discuss the 1978 sci-fi thriller, “Blue Christmas – Blood Type: Blue,” and its soundtrack. As always, any feedback on this episode would be appreciated. If have any suggestions, or if you'd like to recommend a song or album for a future episode, drop me a line and let me know. Remember, I've added a button to my Ko-fi page. If you'd like to support me one cup of coffee at a time, a donation is only $3. I've also opened a Redbubble store. I only have a couple designs up, but keep an eye on it as I'll be trying to add more. Any proceeds or donations received will be put towards purchasing new Japanese Christmas music to review for future episodes. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. And if you get a chance, leave me a review on iTunes. Thanks!

Selaksa Senja
Learn Indonesian with dialog #9: Memesan Kamar Hotel (Intermediate Level)

Selaksa Senja

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 1:44


Setelah menyimak dialog tersebut, ayo jawablah pertanyaan di bawah ini! Siapa nama orang      yang memesan kamar hotel? Berapa nomor telepon      pemesan hotel? Berapa total harga      pesanan hotel? Pelanggan      memesan apa saja? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iin-la/message

Learn Indonesian | IndonesianPod101.com
Throwback Thursday S1 #16 - Indonesian February 2020 Review - Your New Year’s Resolution Solution

Learn Indonesian | IndonesianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 7:35


discover your new learning strategies and free resources of the month

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
SBS Radio News in Indonesian - Wednesday, 29 December 2021 - Warta Berita Radio SBS Program Bahasa Indonesia - Rabu, 29 Desember 2021

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 12:56


SBS Radio News in Indonesian - Wednesday, 29 December 2021. - Warta Berita Radio SBS yang disampaikan dalam Bahasa Indonesia - Rabu, 29 Desember 2021

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
Learning Indonesian language in a community language school - Belajar Bahasa Indonesia di Sekolah Bahasa Komunitas

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 19:35


Interested in learning Bahasa Indonesia at a community language school? The benefits may be more than what you've expected. - Tertarik mempelajari Bahasa Indonesia di sekolah bahasa komunitas? Manfaatnya bisa jadi lebih dari yang Anda bayangkan sebelumnya. 

The Kevin Jackson Show
Ep. 21-503 - Crazy Compilations

The Kevin Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 38:40


In this episode, a variety show of some of the best clips ranging from lawsuits by Indonesian monkeys to Affirmative Action in the Oscars.

Learn Indonesian | IndonesianPod101.com
Extensive Reading in Indonesian for Absolute Beginners #40 - Many Tastes

Learn Indonesian | IndonesianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 1:22


learn about tastes and improve your reading skills

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
SBS Radio News in Indonesian - Monday, 27 December 2021 - Warta Berita Radio SBS Program Bahasa Indonesia - Senin, 27 Desember 2021

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 13:37


SBS Radio News in Indonesian - Monday, 27 December 2021 - Warta Berita radio SBS yang disampaikan dalam Bahasa Indonesia - Senin, 27 Desember 2021.

Learn Indonesian | IndonesianPod101.com
Video News #57 - Free Indonesian Gifts of the Month - January 2022

Learn Indonesian | IndonesianPod101.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 1:45


Get your learning gifts for the month of January 2022

Selaksa Senja
Learn Indonesian with dialog #8: Rencana ke Museum Angkut (Intermediate Level)

Selaksa Senja

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 0:46


Setelah menyimak dialog tersebut, ayo jawablah pertanyaan di bawah ini! Berapa harga tiket untuk satu orang? Mengapa Nina ingin jalan-jalan ke museum angkut? Bagaimana sikap doni terhadap ajakan Nina? Mengapa Doni berbicara boleh juga? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iin-la/message

EcoJustice Radio
Dangers of Palm Oil with Dr. Gary Shapiro

EcoJustice Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 58:35


The is an encore presentation of an interview we did with Dr. Gary Shapiro from 2020. Palm Oil is touted as a “miracle ingredient,” found in more than 50% of all packaged products consumed in the US. It renders makeup smooth, keeps ice cream from melting, and moisturizes our hair and skin. It is a hot commodity; giving rise to plantations in Asia, Africa and Latin America. At 66 million tons annually and 10% of permanent global cropland, palm oil is a prevalent, economically appealing crop. Although popular, the cultivation and expansion of this supposed cash crop can come at the expense of the Indigenous peoples, critical habitat, endangered species, and the climate. Almost 90% of the world's oil palm is grown on a few islands in Malaysia and Indonesia, home to the most bio-diverse tropical forests found on Earth. Can palm oil can be produced in a responsible, sustainable, and regenerative manner that protects the environment, bio-diverse species, and communities where it is cultivated? On this episode, we discuss what is happening in Indonesia and elsewhere around Palm Oil extraction, expansion, and exploitation. Dr. Gary Shapiro has been involved with orangutans for 46 years and has been working to secure and protect the orangutan populations through creating more regenerative and equitable solutions around Palm Oil production. We welcome Dr. Gary Shapiro, President of Orang Utan Republik Foundation & The Orangutan Project-USA. https://www.orangutanrepublik.org/ https://www.theorangutanproject.org/ https://www.facebook.com/OrangUtanRepublik/ http://twitter.com/OURF Gary L. Shapiro, Ph.D. has dedicated most of his life to understanding and supporting the well-being of individual and populations of critically endangered orangutans through research, conservation, advocacy and education. He was the first person (1973-1975) to teach a symbolic communication system to an orangutan and the first person to have taught sign language to orangutans in their natural environment, the forests of Tanjung Puting National Park, Indonesian Borneo (1978-1980; 1981). Shapiro further assisted in the rehabilitation efforts of dozens of orangutans confiscated from the illegal pet trade and monitored the phenology of local rain forest ecosystem. Shapiro received his doctorate in Zoology in 1985 from the University of Oklahoma then returned to Indonesian Borneo (1986) to conduct post-doctoral freshwater ecology studies in Tanjung Puting National Park. He spent 28 years as a government scientist and retired in 2014. Shapiro was the co-founder and vice president of the first orangutan support organization, the Orangutan Foundation International, from 1986-2004 where he administered and oversaw the activities supporting research and conservation in and around Tanjung Puting National Park. In late 2004, Dr. Shapiro and his Indonesian wife, Inggriani, were inspired to create the Orang Utan Republik Education Initiative (OUREI), a nonprofit project, in response to the education needs underscoring the Critically Endangered status facing orangutans today, particularly in Sumatra. In 2007, the Orang Utan Republik Foundation (OURF) was established as a legal organization to support the programs of OUREI in Indonesia. In 2015, OURF partnered with The Orangutan Project (TOP) to serve as their US chapter. Shapiro also serves on the board of TOP and administers the funds collected and distributed to dozens of organizations conserving orangutans. Hosted by Jessica Aldridge Engineer: Blake Lampkin Executive Producer: Jack Eidt Show Created by Mark and JP Morris Music: Javier Kadry Episode 50 Phot Credit: Dammer Saragih

Becoming Muslim - Unto Islam
Gene Netto - Motivational Speaker From New Zealand Talks About Converting to Islam (Australia)

Becoming Muslim - Unto Islam

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 122:07


Episode 115: Convert to Islam: https://untoislam.com Podcast: https://untoislam.com/podcast About Us: https://untoislam.com/about-us Contact Us: https://untoislam.com/contact-us Live QA Session: https://untoislam.com/live-qa-session Sponsor|Donate|Support|Help Us: https://untoislam.com/donate Host: Adee Simon Macdowell. Guest: Gene Netto. Today we speak with Gene Netto, a motivational speaker who lives in Indonesia. Join us as we discuss everything about the topic of converting to Islam. About Gene: Converted in 1996 at the age of 25 Aged 50 Born in New Zealand, moved to Australia with his family, aged 18, went to university there, then moved to Indonesia aged 25, until now Currently lives in Jakarta, Indonesia, since 1995 Is an English teacher, teacher trainer, writer, editor, translator Is passionate about education, religion, dawah, charity, social work, speaking out on violence against children in Indonesia, politics, international relations Gene's hobbies and interests include: Writing, blogging, daily Facebook posts in Indonesian language. Personal counseling about religion, education, personal problems. Giving speeches about Islam in mosques, offices and homes. Motivational speaking (mostly for orphans, teachers, etc.) Social work (eg. helping poor people set up a small business, like a food stall). Fundraising for Charity. In the past few years, he has collected and distributed about $USD 250,000 in Indonesia, all for orphans and widows, disabled children, and poor people to help them start a small business, etc. Learning and teaching Silat (Indonesian martial art) since 1996 (not active at the moment) Gene says: I am an English teacher from New Zealand and Australia. I have a BA in Asian Studies and a Graduate Diploma in Education. I have been living and working in Indonesia from 1995 until now. My longest job was as a Senior English Language Teacher at a language school for 7 years. I also taught in Private Schools and Businesses in Jakarta. I am a member of the Indonesian Teachers Association, and a teacher trainer. I am also a writer, editor, translator, public speaker, motivator, personal counselor, and often help friends with business development, marketing and strategic analysis. I also teach creative thinking, brainstorming, and organizational development. I am often asked to teach non-Muslims about Islam, and also teach some non-practicing Muslims about Islam. I frequently guide and help new converts, and many people (Indonesian and westerners) have converted to Islam after discussing religion with me. I sometimes talk with Indonesian Muslims who have not done salat for 20-30 years, and after one conversation with me, they start praying 5x again. In the past few years, I have been trying to establish a free national teacher training program to improve the quality of 3 million teachers in Indonesia. They teach 60 million students every year. I have set up a not-for-profit foundation in Indonesia to build that program and several others, but don't have any funding yet to start my programs. I am often busy with a wide range of activities in Jakarta, including writing a book about Christianity and Islam, editing books and articles, giving speeches about Islam, running charity and social programs for orphans and poor children, giving advice and counseling about various subjects such as education, religion and social problems.I have a Facebook page and blog in Indonesian language, both of which are updated daily. Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gene-Netto/321218826597Blog: https://genenetto.blogspot.com/Email: genenetto@gmail.com Blue Bamboo Foundation Websitehttps://genenetto.blogspot.com/ (still being developed)Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/bambubiru.org/ Gene studied Islam with: KH. Masyhuri Syahid MA, from 1996-2007. Kyai Masyhuri was the Head of the Fatwa Commission in the Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI). He died in 2007. Prof. Dr. Ali Mustafa Yaqub (the Grand Imam of Istiqlal Mosque, Founder of Darus-Sunnah Institute for Hadiths Science in Jakarta, professor at the National Islamic University (UIN). He died in 2016. Dr. Cholil Nafis (Head of the Dakwah Commission in the Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI). And several others About the Becoming Muslim Podcast Do you have questions about Islam? Are you looking for a new direction in life? The Becoming Muslim podcast at https://untoislam.com is made for those who are in the midst of researching Islam. It also suits newly converted Muslims. Our podcast offers a wide variety of audible resources. From captivating stories of converts to discussions on day to day Islamic practices, Unto Islam allows for each individual to cater to their spiritual needs. Find out: (1) How to convert to Islam (2) What it means to be Muslim (3) Why Islam has helped others As Muslims do not engage in missionary work, our site is only here to help those who want to know more about our faith and creed.

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
Christmas Message 2021 - Reverend Christian Tirtha of the Indonesian Church Melbourne - Pesan Natal 2021 - Pendeta Christian Tirtha dari Indonesian Church Melbourne

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 12:08


Pastor CHRISTIAN TIRTHA, from CHURCH OF INDONESIA, who is part of SCOTCH CHURCH IN MELBOURNE gave a Christmas message. - PendetaCHRISTIAN TIRTHA, dari GEREJA INDONESIA, yang merupakan bagian dari GEREJA SCOTCH DI MELBOURNE memberikan pesan Natal.

Selaksa Senja
Learn Indonesian with dialog #7: Di Museum Musik Indonesia (Intermediate Level)

Selaksa Senja

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 1:18


Setelah menyimak dialog tersebut, ayo jawablah pertanyaan di bawah ini! Dari manakah asal koleksi di museum itu? Apa yang dilakukan untuk koleksi museum yang terkumpul? Bagaimana perasaan pengunjung setelah mendengarkan informasi tentang museum itu? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iin-la/message

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
SBS Radio News in Indonesian - Wednesday, 22 December 2021 - Warta Berita Radio SBS Program Bahasa Indonesia - Rabu, 22 Desember 2021

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 18:46


SBS Radio News in Indonesian, Wednesday, 22 December 2021. - Warta Berita Radio SBS yang disampaikan dalam Bahasa Indonesia, Rabu 22 Desember 2021.

Selaksa Senja
Learn Indonesian with dialog #6: Di Toko Baju (Intermediate Level)

Selaksa Senja

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 1:09


Setelah menyimak dialog tersebut, ayo jawablah pertanyaan di bawah ini! Pengunjung ingin mencari apa? Di mana lokasi baju anak-anak? Ada apa di sebelah kanan area make-up? Mengapa pengunjung bertanya kepada pelayan toko? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iin-la/message

Get Busy Livin’
4. Giving Back Dreams with Paul McLean

Get Busy Livin’

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 27:10


Over his 20 year career, Paul McLean has helped develop corporate culture, emotional intelligence, and leadership skills for a number of multinational corporations such as Qlik, Samsung, Konica Minolta, Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific, SAVVIS Inc., WAM!NET Inc. and Canon. Paul is now a senior leader at Palo Alto Networks, a top cyber security company, and specializes in talent development and human performance. In 2016, Paul had the opportunity to visit Uganda through a corporate social responsibility trip. While volunteering with We See Hope, Paul faced a turning point in his life and was moved and  inspired to create a children's charity. He realized the power of children and wanted to help underprivileged children access education in order to help them reach their potential. After his eye-opening trip, Paul created Dreams for Life with the mission of building smart communities and prosperous futures for underprivileged children. The program is based on the Montessori method to encourage both education and life skills. It also helps develop community members as educators and school administrators. Their latest project, The Sumba Smart Centre, just broke ground and will provide teacher wages and training, plus education for 79 Kindergarten-aged children. Listen to today's episode to learn more about Paul's inspiring mission and how he's using his corporate background to uplift Indonesian communities. Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, Simplecast, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered:How Paul decided on starting Dreams for Life in IndonesiaThe “Montessori in a Box” method and rethinking early childhood educationHow $395 can educate a community of 60 kids for a year with Montessori in a BoxThe importance of self reflection and self awareness when it comes to growth mindsetWhat Paul has learned being a leader in the corporate and nonprofit worldDetails on Paul's latest projects, including the Sumba Smart Centre and Giving Back SundayAbout our Guest: Dreams for Life WebsiteDreams For Life InstagramPaul's LinkedInSpecial Offers: If there's a topic or charity you want us to highlight on the podcast, DM it to us on Instagram @getbusylivin_podListeners of the pod can get a free chapter of Barry's book, Brilliant: The Basics. Simply go to getbusylivinpodcast.com/brilliant to download it now.Follow Us:Get Busy Livin' Podcast WebsiteGet Busy Livin' Podcast Instagram Anne's Website Anne's LinkedInAnne's InstagramBarry's WebsiteBarry's LinkedIn

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
Why Study Indonesian at VCE?

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 14:04


Last Thursday, Year 12 students finally received their ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank). grades that determine whether they can be accepted into their desired course at the university.

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
SBS Radio News in Indonesian, Monday, 20 December 2021 - Warta Berita Radio SBS Program Bahasa Indonesia - Senin, 20 Desember 2021

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 14:50


SBS radio news in Indonesian, Monday, 20 December 2021. - Warta berita radio SBS yang disampaikan dalam Bahasa Indonesia, Senin, 20 Desember 2021.

BFM :: Morning Brief
OCBC Predicts 5% Indonesian GDP Growth In 2022

BFM :: Morning Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 9:22


Bank Indonesia has projected GDP growth to be more than 4.5% in the fourth quarter of the year, after growth slowed the previous quarter due to pandemic restrictions. To support the nation's economic recovery efforts, the central bank has also kept interest rates at a record low of 3.5 per cent for now. Is the worst over for the Indonesian economy as we head in 2022? Economist Wellian Wiranto weighs in. Image credit: Bloomberg

BFM :: General
OCBC Predicts 5% Indonesian GDP Growth In 2022

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 9:22


Bank Indonesia has projected GDP growth to be more than 4.5% in the fourth quarter of the year, after growth slowed the previous quarter due to pandemic restrictions. To support the nation's economic recovery efforts, the central bank has also kept interest rates at a record low of 3.5 per cent for now. Is the worst over for the Indonesian economy as we head in 2022? Economist Wellian Wiranto weighs in. Image credit: Bloomberg

Indonesian News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - Indonesian News at 20:15 (JST), December 20

Indonesian News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 13:56


NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - Indonesian News at 20:15 (JST), December 20

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
"Must be able to convey the message": New Indonesian Ambassador to Australia calls cultural aspect main challenge of diplomacy - "Harus Bisa Sampaikan Pesan": Dubes Indonesia untuk Australia yang Baru Sebut Aspek Budaya Jadi Tantangan Utama Diplomasi

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 10:29


The new ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to Australia and Vanuatu, Dr Siswo Pramono, takes the time to meet with representatives of Indonesian community organisations in Sydney. What are his priority tasks and what do we know about him? - Duta Besar Indonesia untuk Australia dan Vanuatu yang baru, Dr Siswo Pramono, menyempatkan untuk bertemu dengan perwakilan organisasi komunitas Indonesia di Sydney. Apa prioritas tugas dan seberapa jauh kita mengenal Beliau?  

Market Champions
189|Indonesian Beer and Korean Soy Sauce: Asian Value ft. Michael Fritzell with Srivatsan

Market Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 53:54


Michael Fritzell is a value investor based in Singapore with a focus on investing in Asian countries, like Indonesia, South Korea, and Japan. Here he discusses the property market in Indonesia, what makes Indonesia (and other Asian countries) ripe for investment, the pricing power of Korean soy sauce companies, and more! You can find his work here: https://www.asiancenturystocks.com/

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist
*第五季*【EP. 280】#689 經濟學人導讀 feat. 國際時事 feat. 新聞評論【美國遭逢龍捲風;法國的新冠健康通行證;奧地利防疫 > 幾家歡樂多家愁;美國在東南亞 > 攪屎棍?好夥伴?】

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 32:23


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Jacobin Radio
Long Reads: Michael Vann on Indonesia's Killing Fields (Part 2)

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 57:45


Michael Vann joins Long Reads for a conversation about Indonesia's turbulent past and present. Michael is a professor of history at Sacramento State University. He specializes in the history of Southeast Asia. This is the second part of a two-part interview. The previous Long Reads episode covers events leading up to Suharto's coup in the 1960s.Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics and thinkers, both contemporary and historical, with the magazine's longform writers. Hosted by Features Editor Daniel Finn.You can find Michael's essays about Indonesian history on the Jacobin website:"The True Story of Indonesia's US-Backed Anti-Communist Bloodbath" https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/01/indonesia-anti-communist-mass-murder-genocide"Indonesia Still Hasn't Escaped Suharto's Genocidal Legacy" https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/09/indonesia-sukarno-suharto-communists-genocide-dictatorship-corruptionProduced by Conor Gillies, music by Knxwledge. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Quantum - The Wee Flea Podcast
Quantum 177 - Mary‘s Boy Child - Omicron, Keller, JK Rowling , Hamilton, Buble, Smollett and more...

Quantum - The Wee Flea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 31:37


This week we deal with Omicron, JK Rowling, Teenage boys literacy in NSW, Mike Naismith, Jussie Smollett, Indonesian volcano, Lewis Hamilton, Michael Buble, The Afghan Refugee Family and the Aberdonian Generosity; Tim Keller; and Mary's Boy Child.   Links on theweeflea.com  

Talking Indonesia
Professor Panut Mulyono - Universities and International Research Collaboration - Policy in Focus

Talking Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 30:59


Both the Indonesian government and universities have sought to increase the international outlook of the sector in recent years, for example, through proposals to increase the number of foreign staff working in Indonesian universities, and by tying pay and promotion to international publications. But there has also been disquiet about the restrictions and penalties imposed by Indonesia's National System of Science and Technology Law (Law No. 11 of 2019). How are Indonesian universities navigating this environment? What are they seeking from international collaboration? Do Indonesian universities face the sort of scrutiny and debate currently playing out in Australia over perceived foreign interference via research collaborations, especially with Chinese institutions? In this week's Talking Indonesia podcast, the final episode for 2022, Dr Dave McRae chats with Professor Panut Mulyono, Rector of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) about Indonesian universities and international research collaboration . Today's episode is the latest in the “Policy in Focus” series of Talking Indonesia episodes, supported by the Knowledge Sector Initiative (KSI), a partnership between the Australian and Indonesian governments that aims to improve the use of evidence in development policymaking. This series will appear periodically in alternate weeks to the regular Talking Indonesia episodes. The views expressed in this podcast episode do not represent the views of the Australian or Indonesian governments. The Talking Indonesia podcast is co-hosted by Dr Annisa Beta from the University of Melbourne's School of Culture and Communication, Dr Dave McRae from the University of Melbourne's Asia Institute, Dr Jemma Purdey from Monash University, and Dr Charlotte Setijadi from the Singapore Management University. Look out for a new Talking Indonesia podcast every fortnight once Talking Indonesia returns in January 2022. Catch up on previous episodes here, subscribe via Apple Podcasts or listen via your favourite podcasting app. Photo credit: Maulana Surya for Antara Foto

Honestly? Haunted.
Episode 64 - Indonesian Mermaids

Honestly? Haunted.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 28:06


Wait until you SEA what we have in SHORE for you this week. Another cryptid is on deck this week, and Abby and Erin are headed to the beach. Specifically, a beach located on the Indonesian Islands of Kai. Legends of humanoid creatures with razor sharp teeth and twisted limbs have spread from this remote area of the world. The locals call them, the Orang Ikan. Which translates to, fish people.  Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/honestlyhaunted)

The Vietnamese Boat People
#34 - PodSwap! Dear Asian Americans

The Vietnamese Boat People

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 60:29


Bonus Episode, Dear Asian Americans: a podcast for and by Asian Americans, rooted in origin, identity, and legacy. Host Jerry Won brings on guests from diverse backgrounds and career paths to celebrate, support, and inspire the Asian American community.  In this bonus episode: Lisa Tran, owner of Tân Tân Foods, joins Tiffany guest host of Dear Asian Americans for an open and personal conversation about the American origin story of the Tran family, how the early years of American life shaped her identity, and how she fell in love with and innovated her family business to grow it into Tân Tân Foods. Lisa Tran was born in an Indonesian refugee camp, after her parents had successfully fled Vietnam following the Fall of Saigon. Lisa's parents, Vinh Tran and Mai Nguyen, fled in a tiny fishing boat carrying 13 refugees in 1976 and were sponsored to Oregon in 1981. Many years later, they opened Tân Tân Cafe & Delicatessen in the Portland metro area. Tân Tân means “New Beginnings,” and they were the first Vietnamese restaurant around at that time. Today the business has grown into a consumer products company with homemade sauces being sold in hundreds of grocery stores across America. IG @tantanfoods, www.tantanfoods.com Dear Asian Americans Podcast

PRI's The World
First omicron-related death reported in UK

PRI's The World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 47:12


British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the UK's first reported death from the omicron variant of the coronavirus and said restrictions were in place to help mitigate an upcoming tidal wave of cases. Now, Brits are lining up for booster shots and bracing for new restrictions during the holiday season. Also, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has taken a hard line against his political opponents. That's led members of the Belarus Free Theater to conclude that they need to leave the country. Plus, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken dropped a playlist on Spotify for his Southeast Asia trip to Indonesia, Thailand and Myanmar. It includes a rock ballad called “Terlalu Manis,” or “Too Sweet,” by Slank, one of the most popular Indonesian rock bands ever. There is still time to support The World before our fundraising drive ends on Dec. 31. Your gift ensures that all our coverage on the air, on the web, and via the podcast remains free and accessible to everyone. With a donation of $130 (or $11/month), host Marco Werman will personally thank you on the podcast! Learn more and make your gift today.

The Tea Leaves Podcast
AwanTunai Founder Dino Setiawan on Redefining Indonesian Fintech

The Tea Leaves Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 29:10


This special episode, presented by the Asia Group in partnership with Bloomberg, highlights the InFinity Forum, a new flagship conference hosted by the Government of India and Bloomberg. Our guest for this episode is Dino Setiawan, chief executive officer and co-founder of AwanTunai, and an advisor to the InFinity Forum. AwanTunai is an Indonesian startup providing financing and digital e-commerce tools to brick-and-mortar wholesalers and small-scale entrepreneurs in the greater Jakarta area. On this episode, Dino discussed building AwanTunai and its prospects for growth, how his platform leverages data to make lending decisions and promote financial inclusion, and the evolution of fintech in Indonesia. The Asia Group served as Bloomberg's knowledge partner for the InFinity Forum, which earlier this month convened entrepreneurs, policymakers, and other leading figures to discuss fintech's development, and its potential to promote financial inclusion, in Asian markets.

The Tea Leaves Podcast
AwanTunai Founder Dino Setiawan on Redefining Indonesian Fintech

The Tea Leaves Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 29:10


This special episode, presented by the Asia Group in partnership with Bloomberg, highlights the InFinity Forum, a new flagship conference hosted by the Government of India and Bloomberg. Our guest for this episode is Dino Setiawan, chief executive officer and co-founder of AwanTunai, and an advisor to the InFinity Forum. AwanTunai is an Indonesian startup providing financing and digital e-commerce tools to brick-and-mortar wholesalers and small-scale entrepreneurs in the greater Jakarta area. On this episode, Dino discussed building AwanTunai and its prospects for growth, how his platform leverages data to make lending decisions and promote financial inclusion, and the evolution of fintech in Indonesia. The Asia Group served as Bloomberg's knowledge partner for the InFinity Forum, which earlier this month convened entrepreneurs, policymakers, and other leading figures to discuss fintech's development, and its potential to promote financial inclusion, in Asian markets.

Jacobin Radio
Long Reads: Michael Vann on Indonesia's Killing Fields (Part 1)

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 48:11


Michael Vann joins Long Reads for a special, two-part conversation about Indonesia's turbulent past and present. Michael is a professor of history at Sacramento State University who specializes in the history of Southeast Asia. Today's episode covers the events leading up to the coup in the 1960s, when General Suharto seized power and slaughtered the Indonesian left.Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics and thinkers, both contemporary and historical, with the magazine's longform writers. Hosted by Features Editor Daniel Finn.You can find Michael's essays about Indonesian history on the Jacobin website:"The True Story of Indonesia's US-Backed Anti-Communist Bloodbath" https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/01/indonesia-anti-communist-mass-murder-genocide"Indonesia Still Hasn't Escaped Suharto's Genocidal Legacy" https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/09/indonesia-sukarno-suharto-communists-genocide-dictatorship-corruptionProduced by Conor Gillies, music by Knxwledge. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Conversation Weekly
Peering into the history of the universe: astronomers explain why the James Webb Space Telescope is such a big deal

The Conversation Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 45:29


With a mirror six and half metres in diameter, a sun shield the size of a tennis court and an instrument compartment bigger than a phone booth, the James Webb Space Telescope is enormous. After years of delays, it's now set for launch on December 22. We speak to two astronomers about the telescope and the questions they hope it will answer about the beginning of the universe and the conditions on exoplanets orbiting far-away stars. Featuring Martin Barstow, professor of astrophysics and space science at the University of Leicester in the UK and chair of the Space Telescope Science Institute Council; and Marcia Rieke, Regents professor of astronomy at the University of Arizona in the US and principal investigator on the near-infrared camera onboard the James Webb Space Telescope.In our second story, Edwin Kwong, a research fellow at the University of Melbourne in Australia, explains his recent research into the tactics used by the food industry to boost sales of ultra-processed foods in middle-income countries. And Luthfi Dzulfikar, an editor for The Conversation in Jakarta, Indonesia recommends some analysis on the recent volcanic eruption on the island of Java.The Conversation Weekly is produced by Mend Mariwany and Gemma Ware, with sound design by Eloise Stevens. Our theme music is by Neeta Sarl. You can sign up to The Conversation's free daily email here. Full credits for this episode available here.Further reading:James Webb Space Telescope: An astronomer on the team explains how to send a giant telescope to space – and whyJames Webb Space Telescope: what will happen after its launch? (in French)How big companies are targeting middle income countries to boost ultra-processed food salesMount Semeru erupts: the history of its eruption (in Bahasa Indonesia)How religion influences Indonesian workers to seek work-life balance See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Speak Up For The Ocean Blue
SUFB 1245: WTF!!! The Indonesian government is using coal to help grow coral

Speak Up For The Ocean Blue

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 22:35


The Indonesian government took coal ash off the list of hazardous materials even though there is evidence that there are harmful metals such as mercury and arsenic that can leech into the environment. The coal industry lobby worked with the government to get the removal passed.  The government followed up with a policy where the fisheries ministry would by bricks made from coal ash and use them as bricks in the foundation for coral transplantation. I can't make this stuff up! Link to article: https://news.mongabay.com/2021/12/indonesias-new-plan-for-coal-it-pollutes-land-and-air-so-why-not-the-sea-too/ Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://www.speakupforblue.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/speakupforblue/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/speakupforblue

Witness History
Fighting "virginity tests" in the Indonesian police

Witness History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 8:59


In the early 2000s, Sri Rumiati, a brigadier-general in the Indonesian police, began campaigning against intrusive examinations of female recruits to her force. Rumiati had experienced a so-called "virginity test" herself when she joined up two decades earlier. She spoke to Petra Zivic. PHOTO: Indonesian policewomen in 2007 (Getty Images)