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10 Podcasting for purpose and multiple income streams : Interview with Lily Wong

Fully You

Welcome to “Fully You” epidote 10 : Podcasting for purpose, self development and multiple income streams. Interview with Lily Wong. Lily is a Podcasting coach and Podcast producer of "Fly with Lily Podcasts". It’s been 7 years that she’s making a living from podcasting whilst traveling the world and doing what she loves. Today she talks about: > her life story and the turning point that made her a successful podcaster > how podcasting connected her to her purpose and how her purpose has evolved over the years > what makes her podcast unique and her voice > the relationship she’s built with her listeners to grow an audience from 0 to thousands. > podcasting as a self development tool > monetising your podcast and multiple streams of revenue > first steps for beginners wanting to launch a podcast > top 5 tips allowing your podcast to thrive. If you’d like to connect with Lily personally, you can send her a message at “Fly with Lily Podcast” flywithlily.com or on facebook/instagram: @Lily Wong - Travel Podcast Coach If you’d like to take your life purpose to the next level, boost your self confidence and make a living from doing what you love, reach out to me for a FREE DISCOVERY CALL: dianeclemenceau.com Thank you for listening and please let us know what you enjoyed the most from this interview and what value you got out of it. Big love and happy Monday to you all. It’s the beginning of another exciting week!

59mins

22 Mar 2021

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Welcome to the 5 am Club with Lily Wong

The Focus Bee Show

Lily Wong is a podcaster, English teacher, Influencer & 5am enthusiast! During this episode, some of the topics we covered are: How & why to become a 5am person? The benefits of a tribe & accountabilityMeditation, Exercise & Reflection - perfect trio! Abundance - revealed! It is not all about finance. CONNECT Lily Wong:Lily Wong - Podcast: Fly with LilyLily Wong - Website: http://flywithlily.com/Video of the episode:You Tube- The Focus Bee Show Episode 21 ABOUT Katie Stoddart:Katie Stoddart founded ‘The Focus Bee’ and is an award-winning, international, high-performance coach. Katie supports founders and executives on sustaining peak performance in their business. Passionate about: leadership, performance and resilience; Katie challenges each and every person she works with to re-focus on what matters most. As an ambassador for women in tech, Katie frequently speaks at conferences, such as SWE - Society of Women Engineers, STEM re-imagined; her articles have been published in Thrive Global. Katie Stoddart 's weekly podcast ‘The Focus Bee Show’ is based on interviews with leading experts in performance. CONNECT with Katie Stoddart, aka 'the focus bee':Visit Katie Stoddart PODCAST: https://thefocusbee.com/podcastVisit Katie Stoddart BLOG: https://thefocusbee.com/blog/Connect Katie Stoddart on LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katiestoddart KATIE's FREE TRAINING ON FINDING FOCUS: https://expert-founder-4646.ck.page/c2bdfe369b

28mins

19 Jan 2021

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Joanna Lily Wong

Thomas Werner Projects

Joanna Lily Wong moved to New York from Shanghai via Paris, and built a career as one of New York’s leading make-up artists working with the world's best known fashion and portrait photographers. At the height of her career she left to establish herself as one of San Francisco's most influential residential developers and designers. Joanna specializes in the creation and renovation of multi-million dollar properties for individuals who desire style and sophistication with a creative contemporary edge. There are a series of beliefs that are central to Joanna's phenomenal rise in both professions, learn more about them and Joanna on Thomas Werner Podcast.Available on Apple, Google and Spotify

31mins

20 Aug 2020

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#41: Ultra-Luxury Developer, Joanna Lily Wong

Building Optimal Radio

Ultra-luxury home developer, Joanna Lily Wong, discusses her journey, her $15 million spec home, and her ideas for better design and marketing. Joanna brings a deep insight of home buyers into all elements of her projects, and she shares some of these with our listeners on this special episode, the first in a series of women in the industry. Joanna is a rising star. This was a lot of fun to record, and I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did! You can find Joanna on Instagram or at Ennate, her design and development company based in San Francisco. P.S. Follow us on Instagram (@buildingoptimal), and also sign up for our newsletter on our home page to get continuously new tips that will help you in your business! Show Notes: [1:15] – Joanna shares her background. [5:10] – Joanna’s perspective on being a female in a traditionally male-dominated industry. [7:30] – How buyers identify the fine touches. [9:28] – The story of the $15 million Jones St. project. [12:26] – Assessing the risk when building an ultra luxury home. [13:15] – Features people want in a luxury home. [18:05] Tricks to better market your properties. [25:20] – How feng shui can help in building design even if you don’t practice it. [28:40] – Where to find Joanna online.

30mins

25 Oct 2019

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Lily Wong, “Transpacific Attachments: Sex Work, Media Networks, and Affective Histories of Chineseness” (Columbia UP, 2018)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Lily Wong‘s Transpacific Attachments: Sex Work, Media Networks, and Affective Histories of Chineseness (Columbia University Press, 2018) traces the genealogy of the Chinese sex worker as a figure who manifests throughout the 20th century in moments of anti-Asian racism as well as moments of sexism and nationalism within Chinese communities. Yet for... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

50mins

20 Aug 2018

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Lily Wong, “Transpacific Attachments: Sex Work, Media Networks, and Affective Histories of Chineseness” (Columbia UP, 2018)

New Books in Literary Studies

Lily Wong‘s Transpacific Attachments: Sex Work, Media Networks, and Affective Histories of Chineseness (Columbia University Press, 2018) traces the genealogy of the Chinese sex worker as a figure who manifests throughout the 20th century in moments of anti-Asian racism as well as moments of sexism and nationalism within Chinese communities. Yet for Wong, the tensions and visibility of this figure also allows alternative and alternating forms of solidarity rooted in stepping back from ideologies of nation, race and gender. The sex worker thus allows us to see Chineseness and other forms of collectivity as an affective product, an attachment that mobilizes our emotions and frames how we see others as well as ourselves. By charting representations of the Chinese sex worker through histories of Pacific Crossing, Cold War era ideologies, and contemporary globalization, Wong’s book shows the multiple ways that sex work and prostitution have unsettled forms of collectivity, while providing new spaces for dwelling. Christopher B. Patterson teaches at the University of British Columbia, Social Justice Institute. He is the author of Transitive Cultures: Anglophone Literature of the Transpacific and Stamped: an anti-travel novel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

50mins

20 Aug 2018

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Lily Wong, “Transpacific Attachments: Sex Work, Media Networks, and Affective Histories of Chineseness” (Columbia UP, 2018)

New Books in Gender

Lily Wong‘s Transpacific Attachments: Sex Work, Media Networks, and Affective Histories of Chineseness (Columbia University Press, 2018) traces the genealogy of the Chinese sex worker as a figure who manifests throughout the 20th century in moments of anti-Asian racism as well as moments of sexism and nationalism within Chinese communities. Yet for Wong, the tensions and visibility of this figure also allows alternative and alternating forms of solidarity rooted in stepping back from ideologies of nation, race and gender. The sex worker thus allows us to see Chineseness and other forms of collectivity as an affective product, an attachment that mobilizes our emotions and frames how we see others as well as ourselves. By charting representations of the Chinese sex worker through histories of Pacific Crossing, Cold War era ideologies, and contemporary globalization, Wong’s book shows the multiple ways that sex work and prostitution have unsettled forms of collectivity, while providing new spaces for dwelling. Christopher B. Patterson teaches at the University of British Columbia, Social Justice Institute. He is the author of Transitive Cultures: Anglophone Literature of the Transpacific and Stamped: an anti-travel novel. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

50mins

20 Aug 2018

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Lily Wong: Digital Nomad, Podcaster, Professional Tourist

Extraordinary Ordinary People

In this episode Andy talks with Lily Wong, the creator of an extraordinarily popular Mandarin podcast that's been downloaded over 20 million times in less than 3 years! Lily is many things—a non-profit entrepreneur, an instructor of English teachers in Taiwan, a public speaker, and a philanthropist. She’s living her dream of using her experience and knowledge, through her Fly With Lily podcast, to help people become the best version of themselves, and live their own dreams. How did an introverted and relatively sheltered girl from Taiwan overcome many obstacles—two of them instantly life-changing—to become a world-traveling entrepreneur and podcasting media mogul? Listen to this episode to find out! Links Fly With Lily podcast [English version, 6 episodes] 学英语环游世界 Fly With Lily on Instagram Fly With Lily on Facebook Shanghai Greeters Shanghai Greeters on Weibo Also mentioned Podfest

1hr 21mins

9 Aug 2017

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209 Hug Your Bully To Your Heart Urges Lily Wong

Mindfulness Mode

Lily Wong is a teacher, podcaster, and a world traveler who strives to find ways to give back. Her life’s journey has been fascinating and she continues to add shimmering layers to her experiences. Her Chinese podcast called, Learn English So You Can Travel has been downloaded more than 20 million times, and is recorded in her native language of Mandarin. Her newest podcast is called ‘Fly With Lily where she shares bits of her life’s story so listeners can benefit from her beautiful story-telling abilities.Contact InfoWebsite: www.FlyWithLily.com Podcast: Fly With LilyMost Influential PersonDr. Wayne DyerEffect on EmotionsA lot of people might be jealous of my life right now because I can do whatever I want and I can go wherever I want but travel is not always so sexy. I find [I can be] very negative or very anxious. I was constantly looking for a place to stay and when people tell me, oh sorry, Lilly you can't stay here anymore because my parents are coming to visit, you need to find your own place. That message makes me feel very anxious; makes me feel not loved. I think mindfulness makes me feel like I can recognize these messages. They can be a trigger to my past. I can work on that next time when I hear the same thing. How do I transfer; how do I make it different?Thoughts on BreathingBreathing - I haven't thought about that. Especially breathing during meditation where they ask me to notice my breathing. I also like to practice yoga as well. I notice that I kind of held my breath when I practice yoga. Then I ask myself to breathe more; to enjoy the air when it's morning. Breathing is kind of like a tool to help you to live in the moment.Suggested ResourcesBook: You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay App:  N/ABullying StoryWhen I was a teenager I was at the lowest point in my life because I was so focused on myself and I constantly liked to beat myself up. I wanted to; I liked to beat myself up. Then I wrote a lot of suicidal messages in my journal. I felt I was in the dark. I felt really good to beat myself up. When I was a student I got all straight A's and I worked really hard but deep inside I was not happy. Several people liked to pick on me. They called me names and they tried to hit me. They wanted to do stuff to me and I was scared but I also found myself fearless at some points because I was already beating myself up. What worse could happen? It was that mindset that helped me avoid physical abuse. After a few years, I learned that people who bully people; they are actually the biggest bullies to themselves. They say mean stuff to others in order to make them feel good. In my head, I was judging people and I was judging myself too. I'm much better now; I don't judge people so much. I can really tell whether my message is from my ego or my intuition or from love. If you've experienced a bullying in your life, I want you to hug those bullies in your heart. Try to be nice to those bullies in your heart. Try to see them as your family in your heart.

40mins

20 Apr 2017

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IMU 027: How Lily Wong from Taiwan Learned English and Built a Podcast That Has Been Downloaded Over 20 Million Times!

Immigrant Masters Unite: Hacking Lives of Successful Immigrants To Live The American Dream!

What if I told you that you don’t need to go to school to learn English?  What if I told you that you don’t need to buy a course or someone else teaching you the language?  Well, that’s exactly what Lily Wong did! And she created a podcast in Asia that has been downloaded over 20,000,000 times!  That’s 20 million!  Want to know how? Then listen to this episode of Immigrant Masters Unite! This is Polish Peter and welcome to episode 27.  Today, I have Lily Wong who I’ve recently met at Podfest 2017 in Orlando.  Lily has an amazing story to share with the world.  Like many people, she had to overcome some of the biggest hurdles life throws at us and yet, she has come out stronger than ever! And when you listen to this podcast episode, you’ll discover… How Lily learned English by listening to podcasts!  That’s right, she did not have a teacher or a course.  Listen and you’ll hear Lily talk about how she overcame some beliefs about it, adversities and was inspired to create a podcast that in 2 1/2 years, has been downloaded over 20,000,000 times! How she stepped out of her shell of being a shy introvert to a powerful extrovert that allows her not only to talk with anyone at anytime and anywhere but she is now able to speak on big stages!  In fact, when I meet Lily in Orlando at Podfest 2017, she was speaking on a stage in front of few hundred people! How Lily was able to start a podcast from nothing to being one of the biggest podcasts in her niche.  In fact, just 2 1/2 years later, that podcast has been downloaded over 20 million times! Listen and you’ll hear how she never quits but stops frequently, how she creates relationships on a spot and the factors that contribute to her ongoing success! plus much, much more… And all of that was recorded on a sailboat in St. Petersburg, FL! So, head over to the Itunes or Stitcher right now and listen to the podcast. Once you listen to the episode, share it with others who you think would benefit from this episode. Show notes: Recommended books: Eat Pray Love 10th-Anniversary Edition: One Woman’s Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia by Elizabeth GIlbert I Can See Clearly Now by Dr. Wayne Dyer Lily’s English version of her podcast she recently released: FlyWithLily.com The post IMU 027: How Lily Wong from Taiwan Learned English and Built a Podcast That Has Been Downloaded Over 20 Million Times! appeared first on Immigrant Masters Unite Podcast: Dissecting The Minds of Successful Immigrants To Live The American Dream!.

41mins

21 Mar 2017