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Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth
Becoming an Authentic Leader with Lance Tanaka

Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 38:31


Lance is the founder of the Lance Tanaka Group that provides executive coaching for the “best of the best” global and local companies in Asia, US, and Europe. He has accumulated over 17,000 coaching hours of 800+ executives. 
He has published three books - Stories from the Top, Tend Your Garden, Dream and Achieve and the host of 2 podcast series - Tanaka in Three and Stories from the Top.He has been a former executive in Pepsico for 15 years and Nike-Cole Haan for 4 yrs.Episode Summary -
Being the head of the business is exactly like being a ship captain; how you sail your business will define your success. You need to set examples for your team. 
Leadership is not about giving instructions; it is all about influencing & motivating people.Most people have a wrong notion that being a business owner makes them a successful leader, which is absolutely wrong. As a business owner, you might know what needs to be done, but it is your leadership skills that will show you how it needs to be done.
You can only grow your company once every team member is on the same page and you are leading from the front.Your job as a leader is not to instruct but to do it.“If you feel like a victim, you will not be able to leverage your strengths & passion.”
Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[02:10] Lance talks about his success journey from being a corporate employee to running a successful Leadership Consulting & Coaching business.[06:14] Lance shares three tips on how to become a successful leader.[14:03] Lance shares his greatest skillset that has helped him navigate from corporate life to becoming a successful business person.[15:35] The foundational skillsets for becoming a successful leader.[17:04] Lance talks about his most significant accomplishment.[18:51] Lance talks about the biggest challenge he has faced recently on his business and how he sailed through it.[25:38] What does working from your happy place mean to Lance?[27:37] Lance's advice on how to become a successful entrepreneur.[32:09] Lance talks about the importance of understanding your business's finances.[37:15] Lance talks about his new projects.

How to Connect with Lance Tanaka:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/lancetanaka/Website - https://www.lancetanakagroup.com/About the Host -Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and PodcasterShe has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system.Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. Over the last 20 years, she has been expertly building her speaking and consulting business, Step Into Success. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/stepintosuccessLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaellsworthInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/stepintosuccess/Website - www.workfromyourhappyplace.com

Smith And Tanaka
Smith And Tanaka #142

Smith And Tanaka

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 36:31


スミスだけ飲む、その② テキトーク Only   皆さんもご一緒に適当に英語を勉強してみてください。 お便りなどは smithandtanaka@gmail まで!or @smithandtanaka on twitter ReviewなどはApple Podcasts でお願いいたします!

Smith And Tanaka
Smith And Tanaka #141

Smith And Tanaka

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 38:53


スミスだけ飲む、その① テキトーク Only   皆さんもご一緒に適当に英語を勉強してみてください。 お便りなどは smithandtanaka@gmail まで!or @smithandtanaka on twitter ReviewなどはApple Podcasts でお願いいたします!

Hillsong Portugal
#324 - Robusto e Afetuoso (Priscila Tanaka)

Hillsong Portugal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 28:45


Mensagem de 5 de dezembro de 2021 de Priscila Tanaka com o título: “Robusto e Afetuoso”.

Sudaca.pe
Betssy Chavez: “Para mí no ha sido una sorpresa la foto de Bellido y Alva” - 9

Sudaca.pe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 59:51


La Ministra de Trabajo y Congresista de Perú Libre, Betssy Chavez, dijo: “Para mí no ha sido una sorpresa la foto de Bellido y Alva. Es lo que ya veníamos viendo de la actitud de él desde hace mucho tiempo. Más sorpresa ha sido para todo el país que no puede ver el detrás de cámaras”. Reveló que conversó con el congresista Guillermo Bermejo (renunciante a la bancada de Perú Libre), a quien calificó de una persona siempre consecuente, y a quien dijo, le ha dado su apoyo El politólogo Martín Tanaka , dijo que estamos en una “Dinámica en la que uno trata de bajarse al otro. Necesitamos una pausa y fijar objetivos comunes. Allí tiene mucho que trabajar el ejecutivo y el congreso”. Y agregó que “vamos a convivir con estas pequeñas crisis hasta que no haya un nuevo ordenamiento en consejo de ministros”.

NEWWWNAME
#9 Elisa Baker : ニューヨークとサステナブルライフ 後編

NEWWWNAME

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 29:17


ELISA BAKER ベイカー恵利沙 Model, Writer, Fashion Stylist & Editor オレゴン州と千葉県育ち。 モデルとして活動をはじめ、ファッションスタイリスト、ライターなど、マルチに活躍の幅を広げる。 2017年よりニューヨークに拠点を移す。ファッションブランドとのコラボレーションを多数手掛け、ライターとして現地のトレンドを発信。 ELLEgirl UNIのメンバーとしても活躍。 ファッションのみならず、サステイナブルなライフスタイルや、女性をエンパワーメントする発信が共感を呼んでいる。 INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/bakerelisa/ ELLE girl UNI: https://www.ellegirl.jp/author/227572/elisa-baker/ 動画サイト「たびのび」アンバサダー アップステートNYの暮らしの記録: https://tabinobi.jp/v/7f555c8961e0 Chut! x Elisa Baker: https://www.chut-intimates.com/c/baker-elisa Topics: サステナブルデニムコラボレーション with ベイカー恵利沙 (0:00) TANAKAのサステナブルなデニムとは (2:15) Keiの考える次の時代に向けたデザイン、デザイナーとしてのあり方 (4:25) コロナ禍を経て、さあ、繋がって皆で動き出していこう (10:00) 新しい参加型コラボレーション?with ベイカー恵利沙 (15:25) 2021年は元気になっていく! (22:43) お楽しみの次回NYゲストは?(25:40) Special thanks: Fam株式会社 代表取締役 古木 丈博 様 http://famsound.com 今回の収録分からNEWWWNAMEの音源編集のサポートをしていただいております。 収録時間が長く話があっち行ったりこっち行ったりしている当番組を纏め上げるのはとても骨の折れる作業だったと思いますが、とても素敵に編集してくださいました。心より感謝申し上げます! NEWWWNAMEはSNSで情報を発信していくので、フォローよろしくお願いします!番組に対するリクエストや感想、メッセージは #NEWWWNAME #ニューダブをつけてつぶやいていただくかDMをいただけますと嬉しいです。 ぜひSpotify, Apple Podcastsで番組をフォローしてくださいね。 ▽ Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/6YP7nQp4fe5mIJ6GhhmKGy?si=lKBCb_3KTPm9lB6n9pe_-A ▽ Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/newwwname/id1550949493 ▽ Instagram NEWWWNAME: https://www.instagram.com/newwwname Kei: https://www.instagram.com/toyoshimakei/ Sayo: https://www.instagram.com/tanakanytyo/ ▽ Twitter NEWWWNAME: https://twitter.com/newwwname Kei: https://twitter.com/toyoshimakei Sayo: https://twitter.com/tanakanytyo ▽ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NEWWWNAME ▽ Clubhouse Kei: @toyoshimakei Sayo: @sayoritanaka --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/newwwname/support

NEWWWNAME
#8 Elisa Baker : ニューヨークとサステナブルライフ 中編

NEWWWNAME

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 64:21


ELISA BAKER ベイカー恵利沙 Model, Writer, Fashion Stylist & Editor オレゴン州と千葉県育ち。 モデルとして活動をはじめ、ファッションスタイリスト、ライターなど、マルチに活躍の幅を広げる。 2017年よりニューヨークに拠点を移す。ファッションブランドとのコラボレーションを多数手掛け、ライターとして現地のトレンドを発信。 ELLEgirl UNIのメンバーとしても活躍。 ファッションのみならず、サステイナブルなライフスタイルや、女性をエンパワーメントする発信が共感を呼んでいる。 INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/bakerelisa/ ELLE girl UNI: https://www.ellegirl.jp/author/227572/elisa-baker/ 動画サイト「たびのび」アンバサダー アップステートNYの暮らしの記録: https://tabinobi.jp/v/7f555c8961e0 Chut! x Elisa Baker: https://www.chut-intimates.com/c/baker-elisa Topics: 環境問題を気にするようになったきっかけ (0:00) ベイカー恵利沙に習う、今日からできるサスティナブルライフへの取り組み (14:35) パワーシフト(自然電力へシフト): https://power-shift.or Ecosia エコシア(検索エンジン、検索すると森林プロジェクトに支援できる): https://www.ecosia.org/?c=en 環境問題をもっと知るためのおすすめのポッドキャスト、アクティビスト (36:00) エメラルドプラクティシズ by TAO: https://linktr.ee/EmeraldPractices 小野りりあん: https://lit.link/lillianono Greta Thunberg: https://instagram.com/gretathunberg?utm_medium=copy_link ラグジュアリーファッションブランドが取り組む持続可能なデザインとは (40:23) TANAKAの取り組む持続可能なアプローチ (50:30) セカンドハンドのススメそして自分との対話 (58:59) Vestiaire Collective: https://us.vestiairecollective.com/ Grailed: https://www.grailed.com Special thanks: Fam株式会社 代表取締役 古木 丈博 様 http://famsound.com 今回の収録分からNEWWWNAMEの音源編集のサポートをしていただいております。 収録時間が長く話があっち行ったりこっち行ったりしている当番組を纏め上げるのはとても骨の折れる作業だったと思いますが、とても素敵に編集してくださいました。心より感謝申し上げます! NEWWWNAMEはSNSで情報を発信していくので、フォローよろしくお願いします!番組に対するリクエストや感想、メッセージは #NEWWWNAME #ニューダブをつけてつぶやいていただくかDMをいただけますと嬉しいです。 ぜひSpotify, Apple Podcastsで番組をフォローしてくださいね。 ▽ Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/6YP7nQp4fe5mIJ6GhhmKGy?si=lKBCb_3KTPm9lB6n9pe_-A ▽ Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/newwwname/id1550949493 ▽ Instagram NEWWWNAME: https://www.instagram.com/newwwname Kei: https://www.instagram.com/toyoshimakei/ Sayo: https://www.instagram.com/tanakanytyo/ ▽ Twitter NEWWWNAME: https://twitter.com/newwwname Kei: https://twitter.com/toyoshimakei Sayo: https://twitter.com/tanakanytyo ▽ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NEWWWNAME ▽ Clubhouse Kei: @toyoshimakei Sayo: @sayoritanaka --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/newwwname/support

The Haikyuu Summit
S1E14 - "Formidable Opponents"

The Haikyuu Summit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 43:37


We're back this week with our 14th episode! Today we cover really important things, like how uncomfortable it is seeing Tanaka act as his own girlfriend, Kiyoko's meaningful gesture, and our thoughts on the original Japanese voices for Ukai and Daichi. We also cover Tadashi's character profile and appreciate his growth this season.

InJoy Success Podcast
Episode #177: Lance Tanaka - Dream and Achieve

InJoy Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 50:48


Meet Lance Tanaka:  Lance, a Japanese-American was born, raised and educated in the US, but has spent much of his professional life living and working throughout Asia.   He is currently the founder and Managing Director of Asia Executive Resource Ltd. (AER), a Lance Tanaka Group (LTG) company that provides executive coaching for the “best of the best” global and local companies throughout Asia-Pacific, Europe and US. Since AER's inception in 2001, Lance has accumulated over 17,000 coaching hours. He has coached  over 800 CEOs, Partner, Managing Director and other executives  from the top global firms… his clients include: top 10 investment banks big 4 accounting firms big 3 consulting firms   top 10 hi-tech companies  top 10 automobile companies top pharmaceutical/bio-tech cos. Earlier in his career he was the Vice President of International for Nike,  As well as a 15 year tenure as an executive with Pepsi-Cola International where he held a variety of senior positions.  He has published 3 books, the latest being Dream and Achieve and he leads 2 podcast series, Tanaka in Three and Stories from the Top.  Bottom line: Lance is a giant in the leadership and personal development industry. What I love about Lance is how he is truly purpose lead. He is relentless in his mission to truly democratize the information and the tools that are required for real transformation, not just in business, but in life overall. Not being content to have this kind of training reserved only for those fortunate enough to be at the top of the world's largest companies, Lance has dedicated his life to making sure all of us have the same level of access.  Connect with Lance:  Linkedin: lancetanaka Website: www.lancetanakagroup.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/lancetanaka/videos ... If you're interested in learning more about challenges and how you can use them to maximize your reach, increase your impact and grow your coaching business just click here: http://mychallengecreator.com/

Leadership Excellence Podcast
Dream and Achieve: Living Your Purpose with Lance Tanaka

Leadership Excellence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 36:03


Do you lack energy and passion in your career and life? Are you fully aligned with your purpose? In a recent Gallop survey, 60% of people said they were rethinking their meaning and purpose at work. To fight the impacts of “The Great Resignation” leaders must be in-tune to what their people need from their work experience. Meaning and purpose are at the top.In this episode, former Vice President of Pespi Lance Tanaka shares his “Dream and Achieve” framework to identify, create, and live your purpose. Our hope is for leaders to actively engage their people in the 3 pillars that allow us to be happy, fulfilled, and aligned in purpose.In this episode, we discuss:[03:20]  What is the purpose of the Dream and Achieve Framework?[05:12]  Finding your element – what sets you on fire?[11:55]  Approach to identifying your elements[14:54]  The who, what, where, when of your elements[20:13]  Setting the right environment for people to do amazing things[21:56]  The importance of working towards a purpose[28:08]  Setting realistic goals[31:01]  Don't worry about the money, worry about the peopleThe downloadable transcript for this episode is linked here.Follow Danny Langloss on LinkedIn as he breaks down leadership tools, strategies, and concepts throughout the week.Have you heard about  Danny's "Ownership" concept?Ownership is a team members extreme emotional and psychological connection to the goals of the organization, their team and the organization as a whole. Owners do things because it is important to them, not because they are told to do it.  Owners are constantly looking to get 1% better every day, always looking for ways to add layers of greatness to the organization, and proactive solve problems as they arise.In Season 2, Episode 27, Danny breaks down Ownership and the 7 Pillars leaders can use to create it.About Lance Tanaka:Lance Tanaka is the Founder and Managing Director of The Lance Tanaka Group and has held top posts in the US and Asia with Pepsi-Cola Indonesia, Taiwan, Singapore, and Japan; he also was Vice President of International for Nike-Cole Haan in Hong Kong.In his 20 years of coaching, Lance has worked with more than 800 executives from the top global organizations on finding authenticity and purpose.He is the author of several books, including His 2019 book, “Stories from the Top: The 8 Core Leadership Challenges and How the Best Executive Overcame Them”, and his new book, “Dream and Achieve—Authenticity: Be the Leader You Were Designed to Be.”Connect with Lance:LinkedInWebsite

THE Presentations Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo, Japan

Today we are going to look at Part Two of Opening our speech.  In the last episode we used an analogy, the startling statement and starting with some good news.  We also covered the dos and don'ts of how to use questions with the audience.  Here are two more openings we can apply to our talks - storytelling and using compliments.   Start with an incident   Storytelling is one of the most powerful tools in the speaker's toolkit.  Every day we are bombarded with stories.  It could be dramas on television, novels we are reading, movies we are watching and even the news programmes.  When we were children our parents read stories to us at bedtime and so we are incredibly open to stories, in a way we are not open to hearing opinions or statements.   Stories do not have to be long.  Today, with an abundance of impatience, massive distraction everywhere and people's ever decreasing micro concentration spans, the opportunity to tell a long story in business is gone.  We can tell a short story and still take our audience with us employing their mind's eye to be with us in the location, in the season, with the people and absorbed with the drama of the situation.  Let's look at some varieties of stories we can employ for a business context. Personal experience. This is the most powerful story because it is real life. We love to learn from the successes and even better, the failures of others.  Which speech opening would grab your attention more, ”Let me tell you how I made my first ten million dollars” or “Let me tell you how I lost my first ten million dollars”?  I think we would all want to hear how I lost the ten million, because that sounds more dramatic and we can learn from other's mistakes.  Relating corporate victory after victory and outlining the perfect coalition of circumstances to explain what a triumph it has been for our organization is reeking of propaganda and our audience cannot identify with what we are saying. Telling them war stories of failure and redemption tend to work extremely well, because in exposing our failures, we have shown we are like everyone else and the audience can more easily identify with us. Third Party. We have a limited number of personal experiences to draw on, but we have unlimited experiences available, if we include those of others.  Sometimes we prefer to use a third party, if we need some strong evidence or credibility.   We are exposed to third party stories all of the time, but we let them slip away.  It may be something we saw on the news, or in documentaries or we read in magazines or in biographies. We come across a great story, but we just move on without thinking, “well that will be a great story for a talk, let me capture that and store it away for a future speech”.  We should be trawling through whatever we are reading with a part of our brain looking for speech material and having a good system to be able to access it easily at a future point.   When we add our personal experiences, the experiences of others and then the entire history of experiences in the world throughout history, we have an unbelievable resource available to us to draw upon.  There is an avalanche of material coming to us down through the ages, where people have faced similar situations to what we are facing today.  We are often accessing this information, but not capturing it.  We should capture it for our talks. Pay a compliment   We can relate our topic to all of the people in the room in the audience.  For example, “Have you heard that most people are scared of public speaking? This is only because they have not received any training.  No one is born a gifted speaker, it is a learnt skill.  If you get the training, then your fear of public speaking will disappear completely”.  Every person has been scared of public speaking at one time or another, so they can immediately bond with us when we bring it up.  They will be all ears to hear what we have to say on the subject   We relate our topic to the broader organisation, rather than to individuals. For example, “Your organisation has such a phenomenal reputation for excellence. Let me tell you why”.  When you hear that opening, you are very interested to hear what comes next, because you like compliments and you are also keen to make sure what the speaker says is accurate.   We can relate what we are saying to one person.  For example, “I was chatting with Tanaka san before we started and she made a very insightful comment”.  Everyone will want to know what Tanaka san said and Tanaka san will be delighted with the recognition.   The speaker first impression is vital.  We have to plan to make it a success and there are many tools available to us. Try the tools I have included in Parts One and Two of how to open your talk. Remember public speaking has never had this degree of difficulty ever in history. The internet is a click away and people will leave us in a heartbeat, if what we say doesn't sound interesting or valuable.  The way they determine if it is worth listening to, is from how we start.  We must get the design right or our messages will not transmit to the audience and if that is the case, we have missed a great opportunity to build our personal and professional brands.

Sylvester Stallone Fan Podcast Network
Six Degrees of Schwarzenegger - Bloodsport Episode 2

Sylvester Stallone Fan Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 33:25


OK USA!!! Kevin and John are back with the second installment of our series on BLOODSPORT. In this episode, we'll discuss Shidoshi Tanaka's mystery illness, Victor Lin's swag, Ray Jackson: American icon, and Hossein's casual approach to sexual harassment. This episode covers 16:42 - 33:50; Frank Dux visits Tanaka, fighters arrive in Hong Kong, Frank meets Jackson and Lin, the Dim Mak initiation, and Frank rescues Janice from Hossein.

Sylvester Stallone Fan Podcast Network
Six Degrees of Schwarzenegger - Bloodsport Episode 1

Sylvester Stallone Fan Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 31:12


*NOTE: This was John's first episode as co-host! It's BLOODSPORT month on the LOTAH Podcast Network! We're sinking our teeth into the 1988 masterpiece BLOODSPORT. In the first episode, Kevin and John discuss montage mania, Tanaka's vanity, what really happened to Shingo Tanaka, and John's grandmother's fascination with JCVD. This episode covers 00:00 - 16: 42; fighters prepare for the Kumite, loads of exposition, Frank Dux goes AWOL, and an obscenely long flashback of Frank's ninjitsu training.

21st Century Entrepreneurship
Lance Tanaka: Elevate Yourself And Your Company

21st Century Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 26:35


Lance Tanaka is a global leader in the field of leadership and communication, who has been able to elevate countless individuals from different industries around the world. He uses his extensive knowledge about human behaviour as well as strategy development for success on both an individual level or company-wide scale with Dream & Achieve® (DNA). The elite-level coaching service from Lance is a proven life-changing process that provides executives with personalized attention and guidance to help them reach their full potential. Top 10 investment banks, Top 10 automotive manufacturers, pharmaceutical giants (and many more) all benefit from this unique strategy.

Judo Fanatics Podcast
Judo Fanatics 021: Kosuke Tanaka

Judo Fanatics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 57:03


Kosuke Tanaka is the coach of the famed San Jose State University Judo program. He shares his experience of growing up doing Judo in Japan as well as his experience coaching the SJSU judo program under the tutelage of Judo Icon Yosh Uchida!

Podcasts360
Yoshihiro Tanaka, MD, PhD, on Predicting Bleeding Risk in Patients With AFib Taking DOACs

Podcasts360

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 5:35


In this podcast, Yoshihiro Tanaka, MD, PhD, answers our questions about his team's study on predicting bleeding risk among patients with atrial fibrillation who are taking direct oral anticoagulants instead of warfarin. He also presented these findings at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2021. More at: www.consultant360.com

Mondo Jazz
Ayumi Tanaka, Alan Hawkshaw, Leslie Bricusse, Franco Cerri & New Releases [Mondo Jazz 176-2]

Mondo Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 49:54


We open with tributes to three artists that passed in the past few days, Alan Hawkshaw, Leslie Bricusse and Franco Cerri, before delving in new releases ranging from the straight-ahead hard-hitting energy of Pete Rodriguez to the sound (and silence) explorations of Ayumi Tanaka and her Trio. The playlist also features Brian Bennett; Alicia Hall Moran; Helen Merrill, Gordon Beck; Pete Rodríguez; Match; Becca Stevens; Maurice Louca. Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/14424252/Mondo-Jazz ("Name of the Game" onward). Happy listening!

Dose of Leadership with Richard Rierson | Authentic & Courageous Leadership Development

Lance Tanaka is the founder and Managing Director of The Lance Tanaka Group and has held top posts in the US and Asia with Pepsi-Cola Indonesia, Taiwan, Singapore, and Japan; he also was Vice President of International for Nike-Cole Haan in Hong Kong. His book Dream and Achieve—90 Days to a Life of Purpose. His 2019 book, Stories from the Top: The 8 Core Leadership Challenges and How the Best Executive Overcame Them, is popular among the C-suite crowd and those who seek to get there. He also authored Tend to Your Garden. In his popular "Tanaka in Three" podcast, Lance distills three useful and practical rumination on life and leadership into brilliant, three-minute sound bites.

Innovator Diaries - Diarios de Innovadores Podcast
Ep 156 How To Become An Authentic Leader With Leadership And Coaching Expert Lance Tanaka

Innovator Diaries - Diarios de Innovadores Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 46:25


Lance Tanaka is the Founder of the Lance Tanaka Group that's been operating for 20 years. On top of that, Lance Tanaka is also the consulting company's Managing Director, offering executive coaching for top-tier multinational companies all over the globe. Meet Lance Tanaka.

Neighbuzz: The Neighbours recap podcast
Icehouse | 236 | Oct 25 - 28 AU | Nov 8 UK | EPS 8724 - 8727

Neighbuzz: The Neighbours recap podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 42:55


Kate and Vaya receive free legal advice from Legal Eagle Bec Dahl on behalf of the Daaronic household. Dirt's flingin' and mud's slingin' as David, Aaron and Nicolette prepare to fight over a baby like she's the last chip. Over at the Cannery, poor Kyle is having a bad run of TestiTime... Thank goodness for the wholesome content of Mackendrix talking openly about sex!Thanks to Legal Eagle Bec from Chicks Talking Footy for the special comments!  Head over to [https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzpod](https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzpod) for our Patreon Trimmings: Terage's TemptationCheck out @Neighbuzzpod on [TikTok](https://www.tiktok.com/@neighbuzzpod?)!More info at neighbuzzpod.comListen to CJ's podcast: [Married on](https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/married-on-mafs/id1555967622)Join the Neighbuzz Council for Neighbours chats on Facebook  Tweet us @neighbuzzpod  Tweet Kate, Instagram CJ or VayaTo support the PirateNet Studios and unlock bonus content, become one of our beloved Patrons at patreon.com/neighbuzzpodThanks for listening!

Hillsong Portugal
#308 - O Céu Aqui e Agora (Priscila Tanaka)

Hillsong Portugal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 32:15


Mensagem de 24 de outubro de 2021 de Priscila Tanaka com o título: “O Céu Aqui e Agora”.

Neighbuzz: The Neighbours recap podcast
Just Get Back Together | 235 | Oct 18 - 21 AU | Nov 2 UK | EPS 8720 - 8723

Neighbuzz: The Neighbours recap podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 53:42


CJ, Kate and Vaya are back together in the mobile PirateNet Studios! We cheer on Mackendrix taking steps to reach 'the next level'; try to figure out what is going through Harlow's head as she gets on Terage's bad side; and we are flummoxed by David's rash decision to call for the family (and criminal!) lawyers to dispute the primary care of the Daaronic baby.Thanks to Legal Eagle Bec from Chicks Talking Footy for the special comments!  Head over to [https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzpod](https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzpod) for our Patreon Trimmings:Throuple TroublesCheck out @Neighbuzzpod on [TikTok](https://www.tiktok.com/@neighbuzzpod?)!More info at neighbuzzpod.comListen to CJ's podcast: [Married on](https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/married-on-mafs/id1555967622)Join the Neighbuzz Council for Neighbours chats on Facebook  Tweet us @neighbuzzpod  Tweet Kate, Instagram CJ or VayaTo support the PirateNet Studios and unlock bonus content, become one of our beloved Patrons at patreon.com/neighbuzzpodThanks for listening!

Japan Baseball Weekly
Vol. 11.36: Frank Herrmann, Pennant Chase Stretch Run, Dice K Out, Rockin Roki, Tanaka Yanked

Japan Baseball Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 76:05


Frank Herrmann of the Lotte Marines is the guest, we discuss the stretch run of the pennant races, pay our respects to some retiring players, especially Daisuke Matsuzaka, offer a brief overview of the latest Roki Sasaki start and look at Masahiro Tanaka getting knocked around and yanked for the first time in ages.

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
Defining Regeneration and Non-Regeneration at a Cellular and Molecular Level - Breaking News in Stem Cells

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 55:55


Elly Tanaka of the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna Biocenter shares her work to define what it means to have successful regeneration and studying examples of lack of regeneration and what that means at the cellular and molecular levels. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 37019]

Science (Audio)
Defining Regeneration and Non-Regeneration at a Cellular and Molecular Level - Breaking News in Stem Cells

Science (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 55:55


Elly Tanaka of the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna Biocenter shares her work to define what it means to have successful regeneration and studying examples of lack of regeneration and what that means at the cellular and molecular levels. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 37019]

Health and Medicine (Audio)
Defining Regeneration and Non-Regeneration at a Cellular and Molecular Level - Breaking News in Stem Cells

Health and Medicine (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 55:55


Elly Tanaka of the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna Biocenter shares her work to define what it means to have successful regeneration and studying examples of lack of regeneration and what that means at the cellular and molecular levels. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 37019]

Health and Medicine (Video)
Defining Regeneration and Non-Regeneration at a Cellular and Molecular Level - Breaking News in Stem Cells

Health and Medicine (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 55:55


Elly Tanaka of the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna Biocenter shares her work to define what it means to have successful regeneration and studying examples of lack of regeneration and what that means at the cellular and molecular levels. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 37019]

Science (Video)
Defining Regeneration and Non-Regeneration at a Cellular and Molecular Level - Breaking News in Stem Cells

Science (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 55:55


Elly Tanaka of the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna Biocenter shares her work to define what it means to have successful regeneration and studying examples of lack of regeneration and what that means at the cellular and molecular levels. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 37019]

Claima Stories with Bimma
Tiffany Tanaka shares story about representing her culture through her food

Claima Stories with Bimma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 47:31


On today's show, recorded in our mobile podcast studio storytella, I sit down with Tiffany Tanaka, of Petite Peso. A creative entrepreneur that's Passionate about Creating businesses that are true to her experience, culture, and how she views the world. =Born and raised in  Honolulu, Hawaii. Tiffany grew up watching her lawyer parents do things their way. But it was watching her dad leave law to open up a golf shop, which she lovingly calls “a hip pawn shop” that would really influence Tiffany's future entrepreneurial moves. Although she grew up wanting to be a dentist, She moved to SAm Francisco for art school to study design and fashion. =When she returned home, she realized there weren't many fashion careers on the Island so instead she used the internet to her advantage and opened her first business, an eBay store that she'd run for six years. Selling everything from Vintage pennies, breast pumps, cars to nike SBs. About Claima Stories with Bimma:Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging BIPOC creatives about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, and James Whitner. Listen and Subscribe now.Subscribe: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claimastories/Twitter: https://twitter.com/claimastories

Claima Stories with Bimma
Tiffany Tanaka - Owner of Petite Peso

Claima Stories with Bimma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 1:20


Tiffany Tanaka shares story about the importance of representing Filipino culture authentically through her foodAbout Claima Stories with Bimma:Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging BIPOC creatives about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, and James Whitner. Listen and Subscribe now.Subscribe: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claimastories/Twitter: https://twitter.com/claimastories

Japan Experts
#23 Japanese Buddhism and Jodo Shinshu with Shin Buddhist Priest Kenneth Tanaka

Japan Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 28:56


Join Japan Experts PRIVATE Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/japanexperts ---------------- This is a sutra that's often recited by Shin Buddhists, which accounts for the largest population of all Buddhism followers in Japan. Let's listen to the end…. Please listen carefully to the very last after the bell sound. You get it? Most Japanese have probably heard of it somewhere, even if they are not a follower of Shin Buddhism. But what does it mean? And why do Japanese people recite it? Before that, do you know anything about Shin Buddhism? Don't worry… even if you have no idea! Since you are here already, let's learn it together from scratch, shall we? Buddhism has greatly influenced Japanese society and culture, so it's definitely a good idea to know the basics! To dive into the topic, I would like to invite Kenneth Tanaka who is an ordained Jodo Shinshu priest. With his unique academic and professional backgrounds in Japan and the US, he has played a major role in enlightening people in Japan and elsewhere about the teachings of Buddhism through his books and other activities. His books include Ocean and Jewels, which are available online for free of charge. More information about Shin Buddhism priest Kenneth Tanaka and his work can be found in the following sites: Ocean: An Introduction to Jodo-Shinshu Buddhism in America: http://www.yamadera.info/ocean/ocean-index.htm - A related article: https://tricycle.org/magazine/buddhist-diversity-in-america/ - A video about the Ocean story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iymiZIqvOwQ Jewels: An Introduction to American Buddhism for Youth, Scouts and the Young at Heart: https://www.bdkamerica.org/book/jewels-introduction-buddhism-youth-scouts-and-young-heart ----------------- Join Japan Experts EXCLUSIVE dojo community: patreon.com/japanexperts The Japan Experts dojo community is a place for you to get access to the secrets, mysteries and everything else that even the Japanese cannot explain in detail, for less than the money you pay for a single cup of coffee! So, save the money today and invest it into your learning! I can promise you that you will gain so much knowledge on how to explore, appreciate and understand Japan. Here is the link: patreon.com/japanexperts Extra bonuses are also available if you want to take your learning to a deeper level. Please make sure you check out the page carefully and choose what would benefit you the most. I look forward to meeting you inside the dojo community! ------------------ Please follow Japan Experts social media channels to receive the latest updates! Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/jpexperts Twitter: https://twitter.com/Japan_Experts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/japan.experts/ YouTube: bit.ly/JpExperts

Japan Baseball Weekly
Vol. 11.34: Reed Garrett, CL And PL Races, Managerial Movers, Tanaka And Roki

Japan Baseball Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 87:53


Lions reliever Reed Garrett is the guest, we look at what is left of the pennant races in the Central and Pacific leagues, discuss the notion of half the NPB managers changing before next season and close things out with a look at the latest Masahiro Tanaka and Roki Sasaki starts.

Neighbuzz: The Neighbours recap podcast
Shoulda Gone to Canada | 231 | Neighbuzz Unplugged | Sep 20 - 23 AU | UK Oct 11 | EPS 8704 - 8707 | #Neighbours

Neighbuzz: The Neighbours recap podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 56:31


NICOLETTE RETURNS and the baby-swapping saga is explained! Then chaos descends upon Ramsay Street. This is our final 'Unplugged' episode for September. Minimal editing of a raw hour of CJ, Kate and Vaya talking through the latest Neighbours plots.Unplugged outro song by Dan Warner. Head over to [https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzpod](https://www.patreon.com/neighbuzzpod) for our Patreon Trimmings: TRIMMING FROM THIS EP: none for this ep due to tech issues...Check out @Neighbuzzpod on [TikTok](https://www.tiktok.com/@neighbuzzpod?)!More info at neighbuzzpod.comListen to CJ's podcast: [Married on](https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/married-on-mafs/id1555967622)Join the Neighbuzz Council for Neighbours chats on Facebook  Tweet us @neighbuzzpod  Tweet Kate, Instagram CJ or VayaTo support the PirateNet Studios and unlock bonus content, become one of our beloved Patrons at patreon.com/neighbuzzpodThanks for listening!

Nerd Noise Radio - RERUNS!
NNR Reruns: C1E1: "Press Start" (orig released 01/05/2017)

Nerd Noise Radio - RERUNS!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 50:31


As we get towards the end of our run here on Buzzsprout with the dedicated reruns feed, I felt it would be apropos to share the first two episodes of Channel 1. A couple caveats: 1) The production quality of the intro and outro are -TERRIBLE-! 2) Due to a simple mistake on my part, the music blocks on these two episodes are in mono. I discovered and corrected the issue in time to save Episode 3, but not in time for episodes 1 and 2. But, these are both great episodes and great collections of music! Especially episode 2, and my enthusiasm at the start of my podcasting journey can clearly be felt. So, it's for these reasons that I hope you'll enjoy them! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The moment has finally come - the Channel 1 podcast is HERE!  Today's broadcast is Episode 1 for ThemeThursday, January 5th, 2017. Today's Theme is title screen music on a program we're calling “Press Start”.  Tracklist - Track#, Game, System, Composer, Timestamp:  01: Intro - 00:00 02: Sonic 3 - Genesis - Tomonori Sawada - 01:50 03: Double Dragon - NES - Kazunaka Yamane - 02:05 04: Metroid - FDS - Hirokazu ("Hip") Tanaka - 03:44 05: Crash Bandicoot - PS1 - Josh Mancell - 05:17 06: SpiderMan/X-Men - SNES - Tim and Geoff Follin - 06:51 07: Halo - Xbox - Martin O'Donnell - 07:48 08: Ballblazer - Atari 8-bit - Peter Langston and “Riffology” - 10:35 09: Doom 2016 - Multiplat - Mick Gordon - 12:59 10: Street Fighter 2 - Arcade - Yoko Shimomura - 15:20 11: SomerAssault - TG16 - Hidehito Aoki and Katsuyuki Inose - 15:46 12: Zelda II - FDS - Akito Nakatsuka - 18:29 13: LED Storm - ZX Spectrum - Tim Follin - 20:56 14: Streets of Rage - Genesis - Yuzo Koshiro - 23:38 15: Mega Man 2 - NES - Takashi Tateishi - 25:05 16: Shovel Knight - Multi - Jake Kaufman - 26:48 17: Ocarina of Time - N64 - Koji Kondo - 27:40 18: Revenge of Shinobi - PC88 - Yuzo Koshiro - 30:03 19: Golden Axe - C64 - comp: You Takada / arr: Jeroen Tel - 30:22 20: Final Fantasy VII - PS1 - Nobuo Uematsu - 33:05 21: Bonk's Revenge - TG16 - Hirohiko Takayama - 35:52 22: Wolfchild - Amiga - Martin Iveson - 36:10 23: Kirby's Dreamland - Gameboy - Jun Ishikawa - 39:47 24: X-Men - Arcade - Junya Nakano - 40:24 25: Mortal Kombat - Genesis - Matt Furniss - 40:59 26: Black Belt - Mastersystem - Katsuhiro Hayashi - 42:01 27: Xybots - Arcade - Hal Canon, Brad Fuller, and/or Earl Vickers - 42:11 28: Super Mario World - SNES - Koji Kondo - 42:31 29: Outro - 44:03   Music Block Runtime: 42:14, Total Episode Runtime: 50:31  Our Intro and Outro Music is Funky Radio - Jet Grind Radio - Dreamcast - BB Rights 

The Haikyuu Summit
S1E10 - "Yearning"

The Haikyuu Summit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 53:47


Today's episode features our first guest! His name is Kyle. Hear input on Haikyuu from someone who was much more sporty in high school than us! We also discuss no-eyes Kageyama, pointy teeth Tanaka, and of course Hinata getting hit in the head again

THE Leadership Japan Series by Dale Carnegie Training Tokyo,  Japan

How To Remember People's Names at Networking and Business Events   Are you good at remembering the names of people you meet?  Are you having that embarrassing situation where you know the face, but the name isn't coming to you?  How about that even worse situation where you have to introduce the person you cannot remember, to someone else?  We usually need the help of others in some form to achieve our visions. This can be people we already know or new acquaintances, for example, at a networking or business event.   But do you sometimes have this problem?   I meet so many people, I can't remember them when I meet them again, or I meet people and two minutes later I've forgotten their name already.   How do you feel when you meet someone again, who remembers your name, but you can't remember their name?  It's awkward, embarrassing, and destroys my personal brand.    What can we do about this problem?  We want to be memorable to the people we meet in business, so we need to make sure they clearly hear our name in the first place.  Make a bigger effort and help them remember your name by using the Pause, Part, Punch formula when meeting people.   Before you say your name – PAUSE E.g Hello, My name is…(pause)…..   When you say your first name insert a PART to separate first name from last name E.g. Hello, My Name is…(pause)..John …(part)…Smith   When you get to your last name hit it slightly harder than your first name to make it easy to remember – PUNCH it out.   Hello, My Name is…(pause)..John …(part)…SMITH (punch the last name hard) To make sure you remember their name, use LIRA:   Look & Listen-we concentrate on the person completely, observing them for recognition hints about how they look or sound   Impression-we stereotype them into an easy to remember category based on how they look, sound and speak.  For example, Mr. Tall Suzuki with the Heavy Glass Rims   Repetition-We look for opportunities to use their name in the conversation without it becoming extreme or strange. For example, “tell me Suzuki san, how have you found….” Especially toward the end of the conversation we want to cement the name before we part company. “Thank you Suzuki san for letting me learn more about your industry today and I look forward to catching up again”   Association-We try to link them to something else which is easy to remember.  Suzuki san with the heavy black glass rims is the Japanese version of Clark Kent, who turns into Superman.  Suzuki is the Japanese Superman in disguise.   We use PACE to create more memorable pictures:   Person-we create a mental picture of them like a movie poster with their name on it.   Action-we imagine them doing some action that is linked to their name.  If the name was Asakawa, we could picture a fast running stream   Colour-We look for a colour we can associate with the name.  Mr. Black, Mr. White.   Exaggeration- we create some fantastical scene in our mind which is way over the top.  Suzuki san with the black rimed glasses is a secret superman like Clark Kent and wears a red cape, flying around Otemachi between the buildings trailing a big sign that says SUZUKI.   Use BRAMMS for name association:   Business - can we link the name to the business they are in?  Tokoro san is in the real estate business   Rhyme - can we get the name to rhyme with something we can remember? Everyone with a perfectly straight back or senaka is named Tanaka   Appearance - Onaka san has a large belly   Meaning - Takai san is rather tall, Minami san works in the south of the city   Mind Picture - I can visualize Abe san as Abe Lincoln with the beard and a tall hat.   Similar Name - Kawai san is cute, kawaii   This sounds complicated and I can't remember all the acronyms!   No problem! Don't try to do everything at once. This week, pick one or two things to concentrate on and use those to recall the names – some things will work better than others for you, but experiment and find which works best.   At the next networking or business event, try it and give yourself a score on how many new people's names you were able to remember.

Midday
Dr. Miho Tanaka: Advice for avoiding (or treating) muscle and joint injuries

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 49:44


Today, we welcome back to Midday a wonderful friend of the show, Dr. Miho Tanaka. She's an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine expert who will answer your questions about training and exercise. We call our segments with Dr. Tanaka, What Hurts Today? If you've got something that hurts, feel free to give us a call… But first, the Baltimore Running Festival is back. On Saturday (October 9), runners will hit the streets in four different events: the 26-mile full marathon, a half marathon, a 10K race (that's about 6 miles) and a 5K race (that's about 3 miles). It's the 20th anniversary of this popular event, which like so many events, took a COVID-related hiatus last year. Tom's first guest today is Lee Corrigan, the Festival's executive race director and president of Corrigan Sports Enterprises, the Elkridge-based company that organizes this and many other footraces across the region. After Mr. Corrigan's marathon preview, it's time for a Midday segment that, like the Baltimore Running Festival, has been absent during the pandemic. It's a segment we call, with our tongues firmly ensconced in our cheeks, What Hurts Today? We pose this question because, let's face it. Something hurts. Your knee. Your shoulder. Your elbow. Your ankle. I ask with all due respect, with genuine concern,and with a shared sense of what it means to have things that hurt. I have things that hurt, and so do you. And what's more fun than comparing what hurts? Dr. Miho Tanakaspecializes in what hurts. She is an acclaimed orthopedic surgeon and the director of the Women's Sports Medicine Program at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She is a member of the faculty at the Harvard Medical School.  Dr. Tanaka has treated professional athletes and weekend-warriors alike. Whether or not you are running in one of the races in the Baltimore Running Festival this weekend, or your idea of a good time is hopping on your bike and riding, or leashing up your dog and walking, or playing soccer or tennis or golf or lifting weights; whatever you like to do to keep active and fit, Dr. Tanaka is here to answer questions you may have about how to stay active and injury-free, and to suggest some things to think about if you have an injury you need to address. Dr. Miho Tanaka joins us on our digital line from Boston. We welcome your questions and comments. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Us People Podcast
Adam Tanaka - Merch Consultant - Advocate For Children's Mental Health Awareness - Interview - #083 {Awareness Is Key To A Brighter Future}

Us People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 60:22


In this episode of the Us People Podcast. Adam Tanaka - Merch Consultant - Advocate For Children's Mental Health Awareness and I get open and honest about his past, his life being like a roller coaster ride, him having a great support system from his parents but his mother struggling with mental health, what medication can do to you because his mother started taking medication like candy, his father working hard, his family being poor, him growing up in a little town, him wearing his mother clothes to school and kids making fun of him, Adam always be concerned for his mother and sister, getting a job at a screen printing company doing all the dirty work, which made him decided to do his own company but also going into development with his company "cave house" which is a baby and kids supply line which is devoted to positivity and childhood mental health awareness.{Thank You So much, Adam for being so selfless and kind especially to and for the next generation}"When you dedicate your life genuinely to helping people, you will be surprised what the universe gives you in return without you even asking." - Savia RocksInstagram: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adam-tanaka-11a36b5a/Website: https://www.cavehousesupply.com/Become Part of The Us People Podcast Community & Donate: https://donorbox.org/us-people-podcastSavia Rocks Website: https://www.savia.rocks/Support the show (https://donorbox.org/us-people-podcast)

Japan Baseball Weekly
Vol. 11.33: CL And PL Playoff Races, September Stars, Gone Guys, Tanaka, HighHeat

Japan Baseball Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 76:11


Jim and John dive into the playoff races in the Central and Pacific leagues, try to project the top performers of September, look at the players who plan to retire after the season and handle some HighHeat.

New Books Network
Kimiko Tanaka and Nan E. Johnson, "Successful Aging in a Rural Community in Japan" (Carolina Academic Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 64:49


Kimiko Tanaka and Nan E. Johnson's Successful Aging in a Rural Community in Japan (Carolina Academic Press, 2021) discusses population aging in rural Japan and shows how rural communities have changed socially and demographically in recent years. The authors explain how rural depopulation has led to political consolidation and how the welfare system in Japan is placing more responsibility and autonomy on municipalities. Some rural towns in Japan, such as the study community of Kawanehonchō, are actively responding to the demographic challenges through programs initiated by municipal governments that reflect the interests and voices of local residents. The authors review theoretical frameworks (collective efficacy theory and social capital) to understand the inseparability of successful aging from the social and political environments of neighborhoods and communities and discuss the ongoing challenges people living in rural Japan face as populations continue to shrink. This is an interesting and important book of interest to scholars and others concerned with issues in gerontology and rural health.   John W. Traphagan, Ph.D. is Professor and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, where he is also a professor in the Program in Human Dimensions of Organizations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in East Asian Studies
Kimiko Tanaka and Nan E. Johnson, "Successful Aging in a Rural Community in Japan" (Carolina Academic Press, 2021)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 64:49


Kimiko Tanaka and Nan E. Johnson's Successful Aging in a Rural Community in Japan (Carolina Academic Press, 2021) discusses population aging in rural Japan and shows how rural communities have changed socially and demographically in recent years. The authors explain how rural depopulation has led to political consolidation and how the welfare system in Japan is placing more responsibility and autonomy on municipalities. Some rural towns in Japan, such as the study community of Kawanehonchō, are actively responding to the demographic challenges through programs initiated by municipal governments that reflect the interests and voices of local residents. The authors review theoretical frameworks (collective efficacy theory and social capital) to understand the inseparability of successful aging from the social and political environments of neighborhoods and communities and discuss the ongoing challenges people living in rural Japan face as populations continue to shrink. This is an interesting and important book of interest to scholars and others concerned with issues in gerontology and rural health.   John W. Traphagan, Ph.D. is Professor and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, where he is also a professor in the Program in Human Dimensions of Organizations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

New Books in Sociology
Kimiko Tanaka and Nan E. Johnson, "Successful Aging in a Rural Community in Japan" (Carolina Academic Press, 2021)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 64:49


Kimiko Tanaka and Nan E. Johnson's Successful Aging in a Rural Community in Japan (Carolina Academic Press, 2021) discusses population aging in rural Japan and shows how rural communities have changed socially and demographically in recent years. The authors explain how rural depopulation has led to political consolidation and how the welfare system in Japan is placing more responsibility and autonomy on municipalities. Some rural towns in Japan, such as the study community of Kawanehonchō, are actively responding to the demographic challenges through programs initiated by municipal governments that reflect the interests and voices of local residents. The authors review theoretical frameworks (collective efficacy theory and social capital) to understand the inseparability of successful aging from the social and political environments of neighborhoods and communities and discuss the ongoing challenges people living in rural Japan face as populations continue to shrink. This is an interesting and important book of interest to scholars and others concerned with issues in gerontology and rural health.   John W. Traphagan, Ph.D. is Professor and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, where he is also a professor in the Program in Human Dimensions of Organizations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

The Mark Struczewski Podcast
How Leaders Can Discover Their Purpose - Lance Tanaka

The Mark Struczewski Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 32:13


Lance Tanaka is the founder of Asia Executive Resource Ltd., a Lance Tanaka Group company that provides executive coaching for the “best of the best” global and local companies throughout Asia, Europe, and the US. His website WHO IS MARK STRUCZEWSKI? Mark “Ski” Struczewski (Mister Productivity) works with executives to help them gain control of their time by taming distractions so they can experience less overwhelm, feel a sense of freedom, and enjoy their lives. In addition to being a productivity coach, Mark is a speaker, host of The Mark Struczewski Podcast, and author. His strategies have guided CEOs/Executive Directors, business owners, business corporate specialists, and entrepreneurs to get back control of their time. You can find out more about how to connect with Mark and his mission to create confident leaders at MisterProductivity.com. Does your to-do list have you overwhelmed? When you join my Digital Productivity Coaching (DPC) Program, you'll learn how to get and stay focused, become untangled from the chaos of your to-do list, experience less overwhelm, and have time to do what you really want to do! Find out more and sign up today at MarkStruczewski.com/dpc Get instant access to The Basics of Productivity Course at MarkStruczewski.com/bofp Become a Mark Struczewski Insider and get productivity tips and exclusive content that I only share with email subscribers. Follow Mark on LinkedIn, TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat.

Be Brave at Work
Episode 150: Lance Tanaka

Be Brave at Work

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 22:01


Join us on Be Brave at Work as we speak with Lance Tanaka. Lance is a Japanese-American who was born, raised and educated in the US, but has spent much of his professional life living and working throughout Asia. He is currently the founder and Managing Director of Asia Executive Resource Ltd. (AER), a company that provides executive coaching for the “best of the best” global and local companies throughout Asia-Pacific, Europe and US. He has published 3 books, Stories from the Top, Tend Your Garden, Dream and Achieve and leads 2 podcast series, Tanaka in Three and Stories from the Top. Links of Interest LinkedIn Website Dream and Achieve: 90 Days to a life of purpose Stories from the Top: The 8 Core Leadership Challenges and How the Best Executives Overcame Them Tend Your Garden: 90 Days to a life of purpose Please click the like button above and leave a review if your favorite podcast app has that ability. Thank you! More information about Ed, visit Excellius.com © 2021 Ed Evarts

Japan Baseball Weekly
Vol. 11.32: Brandon Laird of Lotte, Pennant Projections, MVP Candidates, Tanaka, HighHeat

Japan Baseball Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 83:07


Sushi Boy Brandon Laird of the Lotte Marines is the guest, Jim has projections for the pennant winners and we discuss the races, examine some of the top MVP candidates, look at Ma-kun’s latest starts and handle some HighHeat.

Magnum, podcast - revisiting

We wrap up another season of “Magnum, podcast” with another episode about death. It’s Tanaka’s final episode, and what an unsatisfying conclusion it is. But there’s a Jan Hammer-style musical montage, and machine guns, and other things that remind us of “Miami Vice” and not “Magnum, p.i.” Fortunately, there’s also T.C. and Thomas debating the merits of baseball. We could watch that all day. You’ll miss us here at Magnum, podcast, the incoherence, the bizarre segments, the arguments… see you for our holiday special later this year! Jason Snell, Philip Michaels and David J. Loehr.

Superfeed! from The Incomparable
Magnum, podcast 50: "Tigers Fan" (S8E4)

Superfeed! from The Incomparable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 60:24


We wrap up another season of “Magnum, podcast” with another episode about death. It’s Tanaka’s final episode, and what an unsatisfying conclusion it is. But there’s a Jan Hammer-style musical montage, and machine guns, and other things that remind us of “Miami Vice” and not “Magnum, p.i.” Fortunately, there’s also T.C. and Thomas debating the merits of baseball. We could watch that all day. You’ll miss us here at Magnum, podcast, the incoherence, the bizarre segments, the arguments… see you for our holiday special later this year! Host Jason Snell, Philip Michaels and David J. Loehr.

Superfeed! from The Incomparable
Magnum, podcast 48: "Double Jeopardy" (S2E19)

Superfeed! from The Incomparable

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 44:38


THIS! IS! DOUBLE JEOPARDY! In the first of two episodes featuring Dana Wynter as a guest star, we (once again) discuss how time works, Magnum turns into The Fall Guy, TC has a realization about how boring sets are, Tanaka embodies the spirit of Hawaiian Columbo, and David and Phil pre-empt Jason’s letters segment with segments of their own. Maybe we’ll hear that letter next week. This podcast has bad lighting and an incomprehensible script, but at least it features the Hawaiian coastline! Host Jason Snell, Philip Michaels and David J. Loehr.

Magnum, podcast - revisiting
48: "Double Jeopardy" (S2E19)

Magnum, podcast - revisiting "Magnum P.I."

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 44:38


THIS! IS! DOUBLE JEOPARDY! In the first of two episodes featuring Dana Wynter as a guest star, we (once again) discuss how time works, Magnum turns into The Fall Guy, TC has a realization about how boring sets are, Tanaka embodies the spirit of Hawaiian Columbo, and David and Phil pre-empt Jason’s letters segment with segments of their own. Maybe we’ll hear that letter next week. This podcast has bad lighting and an incomprehensible script, but at least it features the Hawaiian coastline! Jason Snell, Philip Michaels and David J. Loehr.

CodeNewbie
S17:E3 - How to find a mentor and be a successful manager (Tanaka Mutakwa)

CodeNewbie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 40:14


In this episode, we talk about management and mentorship with Tanaka Mutakwa, VP of engineering at Names & Faces. Tanaka talks about the skills he looks for while hiring early career developers, what makes a good manager and mentor, and how one even goes about finding a mentor. Show Links DevDiscuss (sponsor) DevNews (sponsor) Cockroach Labs (sponsor) Retool (sponsor) Names & Faces FinTech Prodigy Finance Codementor MentorCruise