Victor Lee guitar in hand interview with the Korean born American musician
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Met via Clubhouse, Victor Lee (victorleemusic.com) is a Korean born musician who came to the US at the age of 16. His instrumental music is awesome, he plays great and the production is very well done. In addition Victor plays on the great American guitars from Suhr and Tom Anderson so he has obviously very good taste. So here he is for a guitar in hand interview.Victor Lee interviewFull version reserved for subscribersThe Guitar Channel podcastThe audio version of the video is available in the podcast on iTunes, Spotify and below:Until the next interview, keep on playing the guitar!Pierre Journel.Full video reserved for subscribersSubscribe!
Victor Lee interview guitare à la main d’un musicien américano-coréen
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Rencontré via Clubhouse, Victor Lee (victorleemusic.com) est un musicien né en Corée et arrivé aux Etats-Unis à l'age de 16 ans. Sa musique instrumentale est d'excellente facture, ça joue à un niveau de dingue et la production est très bien ficelée. En plus Victor joue sur des guitares de fou de chez Suhr et Tom L’article Victor Lee interview guitare à la main d’un musicien américano-coréen est apparu en premier sur La Chaîne Guitare.
#39 Victor Lee Lewis: Liberation is a Nonlinear Process
What Could Possibly Go Right?
Victor Lee Lewis is a progressive life coach, trainer, speaker, and Founder of the Radical Resilience Institute. As a social justice educator, Victor brings a unique, socially progressive vision to the work of personal growth, personal empowerment, and emotional health. He addresses the question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?” with thoughts including:That many esteemed institutions and structures that we deeply believe in are counterfeit to what we really want and need.That humanity and life can’t bear another century of white supremacy, patriarchy, and Western enlightenment-based education. That “we need to unpack and detox our notions of freedom and liberty”, which has typically been construed in racial terms in the United States of America. That liberation is a nonlinear process and much has changed, even if progress isn’t always obvious.That this is an infinite game. “We're not trying to win it, we're not trying to complete it. We're in an infinite game that we want to keep going. I'm not trying to live forever. I'm trying to see that life lives forever.”That “as things fall apart, opening our hearts as well as our minds, and taking courage may yet carry us through.”ResourcesBook: "I Seem To Be A Verb" by Buckminster FullerBlog post: “An Easter Sermonette” by Vicki Robin https://vickirobin.com/an-easter-sermonette/ Current Conversations Episode #307 with Victor Lee Lewis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egZ9n7wtSxYConnect with Victor Lee LewisWebsite // FacebookFollow WCPGRFacebook // Twitter // InstagramJoin our Patreon Community to receive bonus conversations with guests and "backstage" conversations between Vicki and other podcast hosts.Learn more: https://bit.ly/wcpgr-resSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/vickirobin)
On today's episode, we interview Fr. Victor Lee Austin on the topic of Pro-Life. Fr. Austin is Canon Theologian for the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and author of several books. You can follow Fr. Austin's work on his blog. You can send your feedback and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentalists, check out our Facebook discussion group here. Be sure to join our Communion of Patreon Saints for only $5 a month!
This week on Transform It Forward, Paul is chatting with Victor Lee, the former SVP of Marketing at Hasbro. Victor is a veteran in the customer experience space, having watched the marketing world evolve from the dot com boom to today’s focus on predictive, contextual targeting methods. During their conversation, Victor discusses four major themes:1) What brands can do to offer a faster, more seamless online experience;2) How operational excellence can be used as a unique differentiator for brands;3) Why brands need to do to continually adapt and evolve to customer needs;4) How to provide superior customer convenience.
It may be the oldest cliché in the book, but if you do something you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. In this episode I learn about Victor Lee’s career journey which, in his words, was based on passion and character. Dreaming, tinkering, dabbling and thinking of innovative new ways to do things created the launchpad that guided his career. Victor was most notably SVP at Hasbro and in this episode we discuss the skills he developed as an agency marketer, his work leading pivots to digital marketing for a wide range of companies and the importance of having the conviction to fight the fights worth fighting for, not just the ones you know you can win. Key takeaways from this episode: Clichés are overused for a reason and many of the cheesiest have merit when considering your career: do what you love, find passion in what you do, don’t be afraid to fail and know that there is always a bit of luck involved.Marketers are often tasked with coming up with big ideas, to the point where we’re almost scared to get the “yes” and having to follow through. These big ideas are great but they’re not everything. There is beauty in pragmatism, in small pivots, and small wins.Digital isn’t black and white. There are many different ways digital can work in tandem with other facets of business, such as retailers. It doesn’t need to be competitive, and it doesn’t need to be complicated.Check out this and other episodes of The Marketer’s Journey on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play!