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Business Bros
Getting Creative with Todd Plaster

Business Bros

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 30:06


956 Todd Plaster is an American who has lived and worked in East Asia for more than 25 years. His commercial ventures brought him to Japan and various locations in China, and as he pursued his career and became fluent in the Japanese and Chinese languages, he also developed his love of magic. Todd now lives in Shanghai with his family, where he and his children have experienced the rigorous Chinese education system. Todd's heartfelt belief in the need for educational reform has merged with his delight in performing and teaching magic — and the Master Plaster brand was the inevitable result! Master plaster is a children's EduTainer which fuses magic with education through original, stories, animations, and songs. We have more than 50 in our collection and have about 2 new titles monthly. I am based in China and also have access to Chinese audiences. ________ Want your customers to talk about you to their friends and family? That's what we do! We get your customers to talk about you so that you get more referrals with video testimonials. Go to www.BusinessBros.biz to be a guest on the show or to find out more on how we can help you get more customers! #Businesspodcasts #smallbusinesspodcast #businessmarketingtips #businessgrowthtips #strategicthinking #businessmastery #successinbusiness #businesshacks #marketingstrategist #wealthcreators #businessstrategies #businesseducation #businesstools #businesspodcast #businessmodel #growthmarketing #businesshelp #businesssupport #salesfunnel #buildyourbusiness #podcastinglife #successgoals #wealthcreation #marketingcoach #smallbusinesstips #businessmarketing #marketingconsultant #entrepreneurtips #businessstrategy #growyourbusiness --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businessbrospod/support

Against The Odds
Meltdown at Fukushima | Ghost Towns with NPR's Kat Lonsdorf | 5

Against The Odds

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 40:51


It's been more than decade since the meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. But the region is still grappling with the environmental, economic and emotional legacy of the disaster. Evacuations have lifted – but many people still haven't returned. And what does it mean to reopen a nuclear ghost town? That's what NPR reporter Kat Lonsdorf wanted to discover when she visited Fukushima in early 2020. Kat joins host Mike Corey to discuss how locals are rebuilding their communities and the future of nuclear power in Japan.For more on the aftermath of the disaster, listen to Kat Lonsdorf's NPR series, Recovering Fukushima.Listen early and ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App https://wondery.app.link/againsttheodds.Please Support our Sponsors!LMNT - Right now, you can get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any order when you go to our exclusive URL: Drink LMNT dot com slash THEODDS. You just pay the cost of shipping, which is $5 for U.S. orders. Credit Karma - visit Creditkarma.com/loanoffers to find the loan for you!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Free Bird English: Teacher Talk
106. Stop "Fidgeting"! & Spelling in Japanese

Free Bird English: Teacher Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 25:00


In this episode we talk about our "fidgeting" habits, and answer a question about spelling Japanese words using the alphabet. T-Shirts available now! (期間限定) https://www.55freebird.com/shop Free Bird Event: Eat, Drink, Study & Play 大阪 https://www.55freebird.com/events SPACE DRAGON on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6CXutI2VqdkQPk56ie7gUq?si=cjfFnAz0RL-1s7_8PVOKCg Teacher Talk YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd6WmMG4ixKi54TQ8--fd1g?sub_confirmation=1 Online lessons: https://www.55freebird.com/blank-1 GoGoエイブ会話 YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZSnkwixv3YMHVAsFheMSHg?sub_confirmation=1 Abe's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDcw2Uvh_pJcn1gyloUR3HA?sub_confirmation=1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/fbeteachertalk GoGoプロジェクト: https://55english.jp #fbeteachertalk #esl #podcast #英会話 #GoGoエイブ会話 #エイブ #ネイティブ #55freebird #freebirdenglish #ポッドキャスト #英語 #リスニング #funny #Japan

Y'all-itics
Don't let the Hatch Hit you on the Way Out!

Y'all-itics

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 37:14


Some of the fallout from Russian's invasion of Ukraine is now only 250-miles away. But it's not in Texas. It's above our heads, up in space. The Russian Federation is threatening to abandon the International Space Station. And it's a threat NASA must take seriously. Russia is one of five international partners on the ISS, along with NASA, the European Space Agency, Japan and Canada. And all four partners outside of Russia are having lengthy and serious discussions about a Plan B. But if Russia does bail on the ISS, would it just drop out of the sky? And how could NASA even begin to make up the loss? In this episode of Y'all-itics, the Jasons call up former Astronaut Chris Cassidy, who's trained extensively in Russia, with Russians and on Russian equipment. He says one of the first steps following a collapse in cooperation would be to simply close the hatch between the two modules. It would then quickly get complicated. But Cassidy tells the Jasons he thinks the Russians need us more than we need them. And he explains how it might change business at Mission Control at the Johnson Space Center near Houston, TX.

Martha Debayle
Clase de idiomas. Lunes 16 de mayo de 2022.

Martha Debayle

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 49:21


¡Korea, China, Tailandia and Japan are in da house! Vamos a aprender de su cultura, religión, educación pero sobre todo, a distinguir cómo habla cada uno.

The Novice Elitists Film Podcast
Angel's Egg (1985)

The Novice Elitists Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 83:42


Strange Animation Vol. 1 continues as Caleb and Isaac are joined by our first guest for this series, Mhicaella! And for this second entry, we're leaping into the mid 80s and crossing over to Japan as we wade our way through Mamoru Oshii's surrealist classic, Angel's Egg.    This episode was recorded on Feb. 7th, 2022.   Email the show at thenoviceelitists@gmail.com or reach out to us on twitter @CalebAlexader  

Los Fanboys Podcast
86 -Eighty Six- Review: A War Anime For War Veterans | AVR Podcast

Los Fanboys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 27:09


#EightySix #Veterans #USArmy #Anime #AnimeVersalReviews #AVRPodcast #LRMOnline #TheGenreVerse BE A HERO, DONATE A KIDNEY: lrmonline.com/news/want-to-be-a-…ones-charity-post/ Join Kyle, for this special episode of Anime-Versal Reviews, as he discusses 86 -Eighty Six-. This war Anime hits harder than expected, especially for someone that has served in war. Be sure to check out our sponsor Grow Generation: Where the Pros Go to Grow. www.GrowGeneration.com (00:00)- Intro & Why 86 Almost Made Me Cry (05:47)- My Time In The Army And Iraq (08:31)- 86 Story And Realism (10:22)- The Characters (18:20)- The Art And Music Of 86 (21:40)- Final Thoughts On 86 & Closing Welcome to LRM's Anime-Versal Reviews Podcast! Anime is a broad category of cartoons, traditionally made in Japan, that has captivated millions worldwide. The contributors at LRM Online are some of those millions and are proud to present a new review series dedicated to ANIME! This one is odd though, we may have several reviews going on at one time! How cool is that? Do you have a suggestion for us to discuss? Is there an upcoming seasonal Anime you suggest we review? Let us know in the comments or on social media! Did you miss the last Anime-Versal Review? Get it here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5Bof8HVy0BuLTNj5NLPpHV?si=Ch1vX9IpQJ-XJUYP8qcy4w Question of the week: What did you think of 86 -Eighty Six-? Join Our Discord: https://discord.gg/9wpjEYpf Support: The GenreVerse has a lot of entertaining podcasts to offer! LRM's No Mercy covers Cobra Kai and the Marvel craze continues on Marvel Multiverse Mayhem. Also, classics like BGRtP, The Cantina Podcast, and The Daily COG are still going! Check out the new podcast, The Dragon Reviewed as well! Please like, share, and SUBSCRIBE to the podcast. This will help us help you! Also, by getting more visibility, with more feedback, and a bigger audience, we can provide more content for YOU! Seriously… You're just gonna skip the subscribe/follow button? Fine, your loss… Visit our websites: www.lrmonline.com www.genreverse.com Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/LRM_Exclusive twitter.com/TheGenreVerse Kyle: twitter.com/ThatKyleMalone Christine: twitter.com/adorabledoom Brian YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCPmuColevvFf2mKNuT7jACw Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/4h1ngeRAmfYxWdzeblFmNe Soundcloud: @los-fanboys Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/show/lrm-online

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - English News at 23:00 (JST), May 16

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 15:01


NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - English News at 23:00 (JST), May 16

TDR Now
What we did for sakura season in Japan this year – Episode 254

TDR Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 34:26


We talk about what we did for sakura season here in Japan this year! From our favourite hanami spots to what we ate.

Cuke Audio Podcast
Thank You & OK! - ch 18-19

Cuke Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:32


from Thank You & OK!: an American Zen Failure in Japan. Jakushin on the Bottom and Marital Bows.

The Anime Movie Podcast
The AMP Reviews Psycho-Pass: The Movie (2015)

The Anime Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 88:55


On this episode, Cat and Joe discuss and review Psycho-Pass: The Movie, an extension of the Psycho-Pass series and a continuation of the stories and ideas explored in Seasons 1 & 2. In this movie, the 1984-meets-Minority-Report world is expanded beyond Japan, as they extend the social judgement system Sibyl to the nearby South East Asian Union in the year 2116, but all is not what it seems. We get a glimpse at the apocalyptic global situation, and are challenged to consider the benefits of a morally abhorrent system. The team discuss how it holds up compared to the series, what it adds or takes away from the canon, and what philosophy they would have liked it to explore more. The Psycho-Pass series is available to watch on Hulu.

A Breath Of Fresh Movie
Breather: Kiki's Delivery Service & Princess Mononoke

A Breath Of Fresh Movie

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:59


Chelsea had never seen PRINCESS MONONOKE. Victoria had. Victoria had never seen KIKI'S DELIVERY SERVICE. Chelsea had. So we decided to do a Ghibli exchange -- way better than Secret Santa btw.Theme Music "A Movie I'd Like to See" by Al Harley. Show Art: Cecily Brown Follow the Show @freshmoviepod YouTube Channel abreathoffreshmovie@gmail.com

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Building Businesses While Living a Balanced Life

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 16:16


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 → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com 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.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 484 - Is Baaeed the best since Frankel?

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 38:23


Nick is joined by the Daily Mirror's David Yates to discuss the latest news and events from around the horseracing world. They lead with the brilliant success of Baaeed in the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury, which saw the undefeated colt earn rave reviews and comparisons with the greatest horse of the modern era. They also look back on the French Guineas at Paris Longchamp, and are joined by Harry Herbert, whose Highclere Thoroughbred Racing owned Cachet finished an honourable second in the Pouliches. Herbert brings news of two potential Derby candidates for the operation, and is particularly sweet on Friday's Goodwood triallist, Lysander. Nick and Dave also discuss John Gosden's smart looking three year old fillies and comment on a deeply worrying welfare case in Ireland involving trainer Pat Hayes. As the white filly Sodashi becomes a sensation in Japan and across social media, Nick talks to Japan-based Kate Hunter about her impact on the sport and whether she might travel abroad after her stirring victory in the Victoria Mile.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 484 - Is Baaeed the best since Frankel?

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 38:23


Nick is joined by the Daily Mirror's David Yates to discuss the latest news and events from around the horseracing world. They lead with the brilliant success of Baaeed in the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury, which saw the undefeated colt earn rave reviews and comparisons with the greatest horse of the modern era. They also look back on the French Guineas at Paris Longchamp, and are joined by Harry Herbert, whose Highclere Thoroughbred Racing owned Cachet finished an honourable second in the Pouliches. Herbert brings news of two potential Derby candidates for the operation, and is particularly sweet on Friday's Goodwood triallist, Lysander. Nick and Dave also discuss John Gosden's smart looking three year old fillies and comment on a deeply worrying welfare case in Ireland involving trainer Pat Hayes. As the white filly Sodashi becomes a sensation in Japan and across social media, Nick talks to Japan-based Kate Hunter about her impact on the sport and whether she might travel abroad after her stirring victory in the Victoria Mile.

French News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - French News at 14:30 (JST), May 16

French News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 8:57


NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - French News at 14:30 (JST), May 16

Sacred Symbols: A PlayStation Podcast
#202: Scarce Silicon

Sacred Symbols: A PlayStation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 261:12


Sony's annual financial report brings with it good news for the brand. PlayStation, as usual, is the most important vertical in its corporate family in Japan, pulling in the most revenue and raking in the highest profit (even more than Sony Pictures, currently in a renaissance of its own). Yet, with PlayStation 5 doing well, Sony has a serious issue: It still can't manufacture enough PS5s to satiate demand. Not even close, in fact. Such a situation isn't only allowing its competitor to catch up; it's also creating doubt regarding if they can even fix the problem at all. Yet, they're hoping to right the ship over the next year, where they essentially intend to double their sales. Will they succeed? Only time will tell. Elsewhere in the industry, Electronic Arts has pulled the plug on its 30-year FIFA franchise, opting -- as rumors indicated -- to go it alone. But FIFA is ready to fight back, and with eFootball in the mix, too, things should get quite interesting in the soccer space in the years to come. Plus: Elden Ring sells huge, Gotham Knights is cancelled on PS4, Outriders was a financial dud, and more. Then: Listener inquiries! Should cloud saving be free? When should Sony have a games showcase? What ever happened to Army of Two? Will Colin sell Last Stand Media to the communists? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Audio Mises Wire
France Is Catching Up to Japan, but Not in a Good Way

Audio Mises Wire

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022


France is seeing its wealth-to-income levels rise to Japan's level because it is becoming harder for people to save and build wealth. Original Article: "France Is Catching Up to Japan, but Not in a Good Way" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon.

Professor Game Podcast | Rob Alvarez Bucholska chats with gamification gurus, experts and practitioners about education

Managing Director and Chief Facilitator. A former employee of LEGO, Robert is a main architect of the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY methodology and co-author of the book Building a Better Business Using the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Method. After several years and more than 20 iterations, he and his team developed the concept into the reproducible and robust methodology it is today. He is the master trainer in the LSP methodology. Robert is co-principal for Rasmussen Consulting in the US and in Denmark and on the advisory board for Rasmussen Consulting in Japan and Singapore. He is a master trainer for the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY method. He has spent his career applying experiences and theories about play, learning, creativity and teaching business and organizational development.

SharkPreneur
801: Inventing the Commercialization of the Internet with Ken McCarthy

SharkPreneur

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 20:27


801: Inventing the Commercialization of the Internet   Inventing the Commercialization of the Internet Ken McCarthy, KenMcCarthy.com   – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 801 Ken McCarthy Ken McCarthy was one of the original pioneers of the movement to commercialize the Internet. He sponsored the first conference on the subject of the Web's commercial potential in 1994 with the then 23-year-old co-founder of Netscape Marc Andreessen as the featured speaker. That same year Ken wrote the first article on e-mail advertising that was published in a legitimate marketing industry trade journal. Rick Boyce, who is widely credited with popularizing the banner ad, credits Ken with introducing him to the idea that the Internet could be used as an advertising medium. Writing for Time Magazine, Tony Halle CEO of Charbeat which provides Internet metrics to over 4,000 major online publishers, credited Ken with being the first to grasp the importance of the clickthrough rate. (This metric is the foundation of both Google and Facebook's fortunes.) Ken's book “The Internet Business Manual” was the first book on Internet entrepreneurship published in Japan and for many years he served as a consultant to NEC, the Japanese equivalent to IBM, advising them on Internet matters. Since 1993, Ken has developed numerous cutting edge training programs that have not only helped his clients make more money but have also served to advance the state-of-the-art in Internet marketing practice. Since its introduction in 2002, Ken's System Seminar has been widely regarded as one of the most practical Internet marketing trainings in the world. In 2008, the United States Patent and Trademark Office granted him the exclusive right to use the phrase “The System” to describe Internet marketing education products. Before entering the Internet field, Ken produced concerts and radio programs; taught advanced learning strategies at MIT and Columbia University; worked on Wall Street; founded a direct marketing consulting company; and helped start an audio postproduction studio in New York City that was involved in the making of an Academy Award winning film and one of the highest grossing foreign language films of all time. Currently, he is a special adviser to levees.org and Friends of Hudson, a board member and adviser to Meals for Health and the proprietor of JazzontheTube, the second most visited jazz web site on the Internet. Ken's work both on and off the Internet has been acknowledged in several books including The Complete Guide to Internet Publicity by Steve O'Keefe, Peak Learning by Ron Gross, and How to Make Millions with Your Ideas by Dan Kennedy. Listen to this illuminating Sharkpreneur episode with Ken McCarthy about inventing the commercialization of the internet.  Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How the invention of the internet is as important as the invention of the printing press. - Why people who only utilize the internet should be looking at direct mail. - How publishing your own book allows you to stand out in your marketplace.  - Why it's easy for people to lose or forget about your digital ads.  - How you want to set yourself apart with your marketing strategy.  Connect with Ken: Links Mentioned: KenMcCarthy.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Next Trip - An Aviation and Travel Podcast
Boarding Pass 129: EuroBiz

The Next Trip - An Aviation and Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 60:46


What's better, having a middle seat open, lounge access, and high quality meals, or a bigger seat? We discuss Eurobiz vs US domestic First. Other topics on this episode:Non-pairwise widebodies…what are they?Japan may open to tourists Fedex gets it's first SkyCourier - weird but functional Republic Airways asks for minimum new pilots hours of 750 vs 1,500WN improves inflight productAvianca and GOL try to team upJoin the conversation!https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/

Between The Sheets
Ep. #354: May 11-16, 1999 with Kaia McKenna

Between The Sheets

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 358:40


Kris & David are back with another episode of BTS and we are joined this week by first-time guest Kaia McKenna (@KaiaMcK) to discuss the week that was May 11-16, 1999.We start off with ECW, with the main discussion being their Hardcore Heaven pay-per-view, but there were a lot of other things going on, as they were having some major problems with talent leaving over being owed money and much more. We also talk about Shane Douglas, one of the talent who was leaving, cutting a “shoot promo” about ECW at the Break the Barrier show at the ECW Arena the day before the PPV and how that was received by the company.In the WWF, we talk about the No Mercy UK PPV, featuring the last appearance of Sable in her original run, as well as how the PPV was basically a glorified house show, plus all the other news from our week.In Japan, the landscape is changing, as newly-minted AJPW President Mitsuharu Misawa had a meeting with New Japan's top stars about putting together a possible working relationship down the line. We also talk about a big BattlARTS show, Atsushi Onita running quite the show at Korakuen Hall, the joshi scene, and more.We then go to Mexico where we talk about Great Sasuke and the Toryumon guys working some shows there, before going back to the U.S. indie scene where we have a funny Ace Darling story, Blaine DeSantis running a couple of loaded PCW shows that come off like bigger indie supercards than Break the Barrier did, Vic Grimes running wild in Memphis, and lots more.WCW closes the show, where we talk about all their Tonight Show shenanigans with Kevin Nash, Bret Hart, & Bill Goldberg, Goldberg's contract dispute, and so much more.All in all, a very entertaining show....so LISTEN NOW!!!Timestamps:0:00:00 ECW (& Break the Barrier)2:01:40 WWF3:00:38 Japan: AJPW, NJPW, BattlARTS, Onita Pro, GAEA, JWP, & NEO Ladies3:47:53 Classic Commercial Break3:51:47 Halftime4:14:26 Latin America: AAA, CMLL, IWRG, Toryumon Mexico, & WWC4:26:19 Other USA: Ace Darling, LAW, PCW, MCW, ATCW, OVW, IWAMS, & MPPW4:53:30 WCW5:29:49 Patreon Preview: Phil Mushnick's infamous front-page “Sex, Lies, and the WWF” column about Vince McMahon's performances on TV relative to what he told Phil about the Titangate scandalsSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/between-the-sheets/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

Uncanny Japan - Exploring Japanese Myths, Folktales, Superstitions, History and Language
Listeners' Absolutely True Ghost Stories: Haunted Houses (Ep. 100)

Uncanny Japan - Exploring Japanese Myths, Folktales, Superstitions, History and Language

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 26:03


To commemorate our 100th episode, we're sharing listeners' true ghost stories they've experienced while visiting or living in Japan. Uncanny Japan is author Thersa Matsuura. Her other shows are Uncanny Robot Podcast and The Soothing Stories Podcast. Check out her books including The Carp-Faced Boy on Amazon. If you'd like to help support the podcast and have a bedtime story read to you monthly, please visit Patreon. Buy Me a Coffee (one-time contribution): https://buymeacoffee.com/uncannyjapan Join our Discord server: https://discord.gg/XdMZTzmyUb Twitter: https://twitter.com/UncannyJapan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uncannyjapan/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thersamatsuura Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uncannyjapan/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmbTSrQe1cxBy522vxAI8Bg Website: https://www.uncannyjapan.com/ Credits All music by Julyan Ray Matsuura

Lost Arts Radio
Lost Arts Radio Show #386 - Special Guest Dr. Chris Busby

Lost Arts Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 93:00


Dr. Christopher Busby (www.llrc.org) got his Ph.D in chemical physics from the University of Kent. Dr. Busby is a world-class expert on the damaging health effects of ionizing radiation to the human body. He is in a position to offer an expert's perspective on the causes and handling of both the Chernobyl and the Fukushima nuclear disasters, as well as analyzing what we have or have not learned from the mass murder of civilians in Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of World War II, where the bombs were dropped after it was known that Japan was already preparing to surrender to the western Allies. Dr. Busby's expertise also extends into the field of non-ionizing radiation, such as that emitted by cell phones, towers, antennas, and a huge array of wireless devices. With numerous academic and scientific achievements and formerly working with England's Green Party, Dr. Busby is now doing what he can (www.euradcom.eu), speaking and working with legal teams, to reduce (hopefully to zero) the chances of humanity succeeding in achieving planetary suicide. Our current situation on planet Earth includes the threat of global nuclear war, which our Western rulers and NATO are hoping they can start, using the Ukraine crisis as the flash point to initiate world annihilation. They are using technologies, including those connected to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, as weapons intended to help end life on our planet. Dr, Busby has been watching this misuse of technologies for a long time. He has joined with groups of other scientists (www.greenaudit.org), who want to change the nightmare vision of those running our world into the bright future that future generations depend on us to leave for them.

The John Batchelor Show
4/4 Gaza Conflict 2021, by Jonathan Schanzer @JSchanzer @FDD (Kindle Edition)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 10:40


Photo:  Hamas was founded to liberate Palestine, including modern-day Israel, from Israeli occupation and to establish an Islamic state in the area that is now Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Canada, the European Union, Israel, Japan, Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States have designated Hamas as a terrorist organization. Here: The Great Mosque of Gaza     4/4   Gaza Conflict 2021, by Jonathan Schanzer  @JSchanzer @FDD  (Kindle Edition) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09JMFWWDV/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0 The May 2021 conflict between Israel and the terrorist group Hamas generated headlines around the world. However, much of the reporting ignored the history, funding, political dynamics, and other key components of the story. Hamas initiates conflict every few years, but the reporting rarely improves. Social media has only further clouded the picture. Hamas is rarely held responsible for its use of "human shields," blindly firing rockets at civilian areas in Israel, or diverting aid that should benefit the people of Gaza.              The Islamic Republic of Iran, a state sponsor of terrorism, has been the primary patron of Hamas since the group's inception in the late 1980s. Hamas has received additional assistance over the years from Qatar, Turkey and Malaysia. These countries are fomenting conflict, while others, such as Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, have tried to minimize it. Gaza is therefore ground zero in a struggle for the future stability of the Middle East.             The Biden administration has important choices to make. Its intent to re-enter the Iran nuclear deal could have significant consequences, given that sanctions relief to Iran will likely yield a financial boon for Hamas, along with other Iranian proxies. The Biden administration must also come to terms with "The Squad," a small but loud faction of the Democratic Party that seeks to undermine US-Israel relations. Jonathan Schanzer @JSchanzer @FDD, Foundation for Defense of Democracies. 

The Climate Question
Why is Asia embracing nuclear power?

The Climate Question

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 27:10


China currently has 53 nuclear power plants with plans to scale up significantly in the next decade, while India is planning to build 10 new power plants over the next three years. South Korea's new government has committed to restarting its civil nuclear programme and even Japan's prime minister has pledged to resume nuclear power in a country that has long been resistant. Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, energy security has now become more of a priority with countries looking for alternatives to Russian gas. And as countries transition to renewable power in an effort to reach net zero by 2050, governments are looking for a stable, green power supply which is lower cost. In the latest IPCC report, all pathways recommended nuclear in some form to mitigate against climate change. After nuclear disasters such as Fukushima in Japan, safety has become an even more pressing issue, both in the region and globally, in the face of a resistant public and to safeguard communities around any power plants. We gained access to the Hinkley Point power plant in the UK which has adapted the design of the reactors to make them safer after what happened in Japan; but the pace of building has been slow and costs have been high. In China, a commitment to build more has led to a coordinated approach in terms of training, the supply chain and funding. But there are challenges ahead. Presenters Kate Lamble and Jordan Dunbar are joined by Changhua Wu, a policy analyst specialising in China's environment, energy, climate change and sustainable development; Diane Cameron, head of the Nuclear Technology Development and Economics Division at the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency; Edwin Lyman, expert on nuclear safety and proliferation; and Director of Nuclear Power Safety at the Union of Concerned scientists in Washington. Producers: Serena Tarling and Alex Murray Researcher: Immy Rhodes Series Producer: Alex Lewis Sound engineer: Tom Brignell Editor: Richard Fenton-Smith

Film Rage
Episode 143 - Japanese Cube

Film Rage

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 43:09


Welcome back ragers to the best movie review podcast on the planet. The rage rolls on from the Film Rage Studio. It's the JAPANESE CUBE EPISODE!!!! Our buddy George from The Best Little Horror House in Philly is here to discuss the long awaited remake of the Canadian horror classic. Best Little Horror House in Philly (littlehorrorphl.com) Introduction: 0:00 canyonmeadowscinema.ca -1:17 Cube (2021) from Japan is discussed in depth-2:10 Everyone gets their Rage on- 28:55 The Lists George picks someone to be forever Mesmerized- 36:35 Outro- 41:21 Thanks Ragers for listening to our film review podcast. Rage On!!! https://www.filmrageyyc.com/ https://filmrage.podbean.com/ https://www.facebook.com/filmrageyyc https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/film-rage/id1493735088 https://open.spotify.com/show/4ltbJS7XkDj0inwXf9G0ZH?si=m3OzZulNRmW6d93K7DG_uw https://play.google.com/music/m/Inyleam7prw77l75he733v643jq?t=Film_Rage https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsuw4WB6zmxbgDBjFn6utlT7PFnaDa0w6 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/film-rage?refid=stpr https://tunein.com/podcasts/Media--Entertainment-Podcasts/Film-Rage-p1325858/ https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-film-rage-63364236?cmp=ios_share&sc=ios_social_share&pr=false&autoplay=true https://www.leonardconlinphotos.com/ https://www.potatoladypodcastreviews.com/ https://flicksxrayed.com/ https://www.crimetimenerds.com/

Retrospect '60s Garage Punk Show
Retrospect '60s Garage Punk Show episode 519 - obscure garage from US, Italy, Japan, Mexico

Retrospect '60s Garage Punk Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 54:53


Obscure garage - Sounds Of The Zounds, Minitmen, Squali '66, The Phafer - Full playlist always posted via Retrospect 60s Garage Punk Show on Facebook and Insta

Rotten Mango
#164: The Conspiracy of The Mountain Devil (Case of Hiroo Onoda)

Rotten Mango

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 92:05


He emerged from the thick jungle for the first time in a long time. He had been waiting for this moment for years. The day World War II would come to an end. He would be relieved from his duties and Japan glorious in their victory! Onoda held his breath while his commander read his release. Onoda waited for further orders but there were none. Just a tub of face cream. “What's this for?” - asked Onoda. “You're going to need it. For all the interviews… Onoda, the war ended 29 years ago. We've been looking for you. The world will want to know what on earth did you do in the jungle for the past 29 years? How did you even survive? And how many did you kill?” Full Source Notes: rottenmangopodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - English News at 04:30 (JST), May 16

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 9:58


NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - English News at 04:30 (JST), May 16

Defense & Aerospace Report
Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast [May 15, '22 Business Report]

Defense & Aerospace Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 52:19


On this episode of the Business Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are “Rocket Ron” Epstein, PhD, of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Richard Aboulafia of AeroDynamic Advisory and Sash Tusa of Agency Partners. Topics: — Analysis of the biggest sustained drop on world markets since 2008 and how aerospace and defense equities fared — Disconnect between stately pace of US and European defense spending in wake of Russia's war on Ukraine and investor expectations of rapid budget increases — Defense industrial implications of Finland's decision to join NATO, with Sweden expected to follow soon, and Britain's security agreements with Helsinki and Stockholm — Security agreement between Japan and UK and whether Japan and Saudi Arabia might be the next partners in the British-led Tempest next-generation fighter development program and what expanded membership means for other Italy and Sweden that are already part of the effort — Investors punish Boeing stock over company's debt loading and whether new management needed in wake of program missteps — Speculation that Boeing might end troubled development of 777X, a view the firm has dismissed   — Reuters report that Federal Aviation Administration has concerns with Boeing's proposed fixes to 787 jetliner, production of which has been suspended over manufacturing concerns  — Comac's 919 regional airliners moves toward service — Update on US Army Aviation's approach to modernization that will include Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft program that will be downselected in September as well as sustained role for UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters

The Hockey Journey Podcast
Tom Pederson - NHL - Green Biscuit - Hockey Journey EP33

The Hockey Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 76:07


My next guest is former NHLer, Tom Pederson. This Minnesota native played his youth and high school hockey for the Bloomington Jefferson Jaguars. Then went on to play Division 1 college hockey for the hometown Minnesota Gophers. His strong play early in his freshman season resulted in a roster spot on Team USA in the 1988-89 prestigious World Jr. championship. In 1989 he was an 11th-round draft pick of the Minnesota North Stars, where he played 240 NHL games for the San Jose Sharks and Toronto Maple Leafs. He also spent some time playing professionally in Japan and Germany. If that wasn't enough, Mr. Pederson is also the creator of the Green Biscuit, so we have a fun discussion ahead of us. To learn more about the Green Biscuit - https://greenbiscuit.com/

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - English News at 18:00 (JST), May 15

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 10:00


NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - English News at 18:00 (JST), May 15

NDR Feature Box
Waldbaden

NDR Feature Box

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 54:29


Ein Feature von Alexa Hennings. Der Wald heilt. Das hat die Wissenschaft festgestellt. Und auf der Insel Usedom war man schnell und pfiffig, im Herbst 2017 den ersten „Kur- und Heilwald“ Europas auszurufen. In Fernost, besonders in Japan, ist man schon lange so weit: „Shinrin Yoku“ ist sehr verbreitet und wird den Zivilisationsgeschädigten regelrecht verordnet. „Waldbaden“ heißt das auf Deutsch. Es soll Angstzustände, Depressionen und Wut abbauen, Stresshormone verringern und die Vitalität fördern. Der Waldgeruch regt unseren Körper an, Killerzellen zu bilden, die Viren abtöten und Krebs verhindern können. Mit: Sebastian Rudolph, Michael Prelle und die Autorin. Technische Realisation: Udo Potratz und Birgit Gall. Regie: Friederike Wigger. Produktion: NDR 2018. Verfügbar bis 09.05.2023. https://ndr.de/radiokunst

The Console Kids Podcast
Trek to Yomi

The Console Kids Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 26:59


In this weeks episode Matt and Bubba talk about the latest indie samurai game! Come and join the conversation today!

Spanish News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - Spanish News at 13:00 (JST), May 15

Spanish News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 8:54


NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - Spanish News at 13:00 (JST), May 15

Financial Quarterback Josh Jalinski
What The Fed's Strategy Really Means With Jeff Snider

Financial Quarterback Josh Jalinski

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 55:23


Josh talks with Jeffrey Snider, Head of Global Research at Alhambra Investments about the Fed's response to rising inflation and how they are affecting the global monetary system. Plus, is the US heading down the same road is Japan and will the US economy follow suit?

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - English News at 04:30 (JST), May 15

English News - NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 9:58


NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN - English News at 04:30 (JST), May 15

KoreKara Podcast: An Inside Look Into Japan
#82 Ethan O' Brien - Professional Japanese Translator

KoreKara Podcast: An Inside Look Into Japan

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 27:32


Ethan O' Brien is a professional translator for Japanese media. In the episode we hear about what goes into translations for Japanese media, how to become a translator in Japan, and his personal journey becoming a translator as well. Check out the YouTube version: https://youtu.be/HmPWC3vCns4

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Abortion rights protests over the Brooklyn Bridge and at Foley Square today, a deadly police involved shooting in the Bronx, the city's first Japan parade on the Upper West Side

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 7:30


Pixel x Pixel
Pixel x Pixel Episode 88

Pixel x Pixel

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022


Better late than never – a new episode of Pixel x Pixel is here! Both Marcus and Anne have exciting, podcast-relevant things to discuss in the intro, namely: Marcus is finally getting his hands on the Steam Deck, and Anne had the opportunity to interview the writer of the new UNICO manga currently on Kickstarter.… Read More The post Pixel x Pixel Episode 88 appeared first on Chic Pixel.

PWUnlimited Podcasts
Riddle's Tribal Knee | Friday Night Smackdown Review (5/13/22)

PWUnlimited Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 53:52


Join us live right now as we break down tonight's Smackdown. ___________ **Get Your PWU T-Shirt Now!!!** teepublic.com/pwunlimited SUBSCRIBE On YouTube: pwunlimited.co/youtube.com Follow Us On Twitter: twitter.com/pwunlimited Like Us On Facebook: facebook.com/prowrestlingultd Follow Us On Instagram: www.instagram.com/prowrestlingunlimited/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pwunlimited/support

Heart Forward Conversations from the Heart
Lessons learned from the mid-90's Village Integrated Services Pilot and why they're even more relevant today: A history lesson with Dr. Mark Ragins and Dr. Dave Pilon

Heart Forward Conversations from the Heart

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 82:58


 This interview will regale the history of a mental health pilot from the early 90's that remains as relevant today as the day it was started.   Back in the day, the Wright-Bronzan-McCorquodale Act of 1988 (known as AB 3777) funded – from the state's general fund -- three Integrated Service Agency programs for mentally ill consumers.    The most well-known of these was MHA's The Village in Long Beach (Mental Health America) which became a model for the Mental Health Services Act (Prop 63) which would follow about ten years later.  This pilot featured two study groups.  The Village coordinated and supported the 24/7 whole-person life needs of 120 consumers, randomly picked by the independent evaluator.  The budget was based upon a per-capita allocation of $15,000 per person per year, paid quarterly in advance.  Within this budget, Village staff (think “community integration managers” as opposed to case managers) had to cover all costs associated with inpatient care, outpatient care, vocational support, community engagement, whatever was required.  By contrast, the control group was serviced through the usual and customary public mental health system; a clinical model.Ragins and Pilon will talk about the remarkable staff culture that evolved and the stunning outcomes associated with the pilot.  Higher levels of employment, lower levels of hospitalization and the like.  The evaluation report is summarized here.True payment reform is required if the public mental health system is going to make a difference in the lives of the people it services.  Recovery is possible, but people need to be supported in all aspects of their life, not just with medication and clinical interventions.  The Guests: Dave Pilon received his doctorate in Social Psychology from Harvard University in 1981.  From 1989 until his retirement, he served in various roles at Mental Health America of Los Angeles (MHALA), including as its CEO from 2009 until 2017.  For over 35 years he has consulted in the design and transformation of mental health programs and systems throughout the United States, New Zealand and Japan.  Most recently he has served as the lead consultant to the L.A. County Department of Mental Health for the TRIESTE Pilot.He is passionate about creating better ways to serve the most vulnerable among us, particularly people with serious mental illnesses. Mark Ragins calls himself a recovery-based psychiatrist.  He worked for 27 years as the medical director at the MHALA Village in Long Beach.  Most recently, he's been serving on campus as the only psychiatrist at CSU Long BeachDr. Ragins website features a number of resources and writings from the recovery mindset about which he is so passionate.  He has recently published a new book, Journeys Beyond the Frontier:  A Rebellious Guide to Psychosis and Other Extraordinary Experiences.   

Trash Taste Podcast
JAPAN IS OPENING UP TO NEW PEOPLE (ft. Daidus ) | Trash Taste #99

Trash Taste Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 130:29


⭐HONEY: https://www.joinhoney.com/trashtaste

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio
The Perfect Cup: Great Homemade Coffee with James Hoffmann

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 50:58


YouTube coffee expert James Hoffmann shares the best, worst and weirdest coffee in the world—from his tried-and-true recipe for the ultimate cup at home to the time he tasted 70-year-old beans in Japan. Plus, Don and Petie Kladstrup tell us the story of the man who taught America to love Champagne; we make Beef Chili Colorado Tacos; and Adam Gopnik discusses the greatest food debates of our time.Get the recipe for Beef Chili Colorado Tacos.We want to hear your culinary tips! Share your cooking hacks, secret ingredients or unexpected techniques with us for a chance to hear yourself on Milk Street Radio! Here's how: https://www.177milkstreet.com/radiotipsListen to Milk Street Radio on: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

History of Japan
Episode 437 - The Fist of the Buddhas, Part 2

History of Japan

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 34:28


This week: where does our stock image of the sohei come from, and why does it tell us more about Japan after the age of warrior-monks than anything else? Show notes here.

Rant Café Anime Podcast
British People Suck At Anime! Ft. Rustage and Shwabadi

Rant Café Anime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 55:11


Rap legends Rustage and Shwabadi get owned by Anime facts and logic.Ft. Rustage, Shwabadi, Nux Taku, Briggs, and AnimeUproar