Talking about Sam Ho of Peloton AND Justin Michael Williams
Strong Body Strong Soul: Origin SHOW
Happy supportive Saturday! I’m sharing about the Peloton experience and some....Too Hott by Justin Michael Williams is featured in this episode. The album is Metamorphosis and you can find him at 👉🏼 https://www.instagram.com/tv/B7ZygFJJSy7/?igshid=5xk9i8inu64z. Sam Ho is the Peloton instructor I’m talking about. Former Buddhist monk? Wow -find more about him here 👉🏼👉🏼 https://www.instagram.com/p/B7HR-YLDCQr/?igshid=1i0etb54s0t3i. Want to see where I went hiking today? Check the hills of Southern California in my IG story today or on YouTube - the mustard grass is NOT in season but this is the trail I was on 🌸👉🏼👉🏼 https://youtu.be/CJeL3mvQt0Q. Do you have questions or comments about the topics here? Do you just want to give me some encouragement? If you are on the Anchor platform you are able to message the show. I am not able to share all of the messages I receive but I often do. If you aren’t able to call in you can send me a message through other social media platforms. Perhaps I'll share your comment or voice some time, perhaps your thoughts will inspire me to create some audio magic that I hadn't thought of yet. Maybe your comment is the one I need to hear! If you want to keep your communication to me private I am happy to respect your request, just let me know, otherwise I may thank you on the air and share your insights.NEW: you are welcome to send in a message through Instagram if you like.Find more from STRONG BODY STRONG SOUL at:Instagram (I love interacting over there and I love producing IGTV videos)YouTube - be careful of the titles and please subscribe and shareFacebook -STRONG BODY STRONG SOUL or MARIA'S TECHIE TIPS - please like and follow, no need for a friend requestSPIRITUALITY FOR ALL - is a closed group for spiritual discussion and online meditation, feel free to send a request should you wish to joinTwitter sbssformeWEBSITE www.strongbodystrongsoul.comfeel free to email firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can find content on Medium, Linkedin and Pinterest as Maria HumphreysI appreciate you so much for tuning in. Please make sure to:FAVORITE OR SUBSCRIBESHARE WITH FRIENDSCOMMENTand MOST IMPORTANT - tell someone you love them today and KEEP COMING BACKIf you are on APPLE PODCASTS please take the time to leave a review and a 5 STAR Rating. If you are listening from Castbox please take a moment to leave a comment about this show so others may find it.I’m not sure who is meant to hear me I just continue to keep following my intuition and speak from my heart. Perhaps YOU are supposed to help get my voice to the right ears.
2. How badminton helps in the corporate world - Sam Ho (AUS)
The Badminton Podcast
Meet Sam Ho. An ex-national Australian Junior Badminton Player who currently works in one of Australia's largest banks, National Australia Bank, in Corporate Finance, and is soon to complete his MBA at Melbourne Business School. Sam talks about how his involvement in badminton has contributed to his success in both his career and his life, including his work as a corporate banker and in his journey as an MBA student. Find him on Instagram: @ho1328 -- Find us on Instagram: @thebadmintonpodcast SUPPORT THE PODCAST HERE: www.patreon.com/thebadmintonpodcast Contact us via email: email@example.com -- This episode was brought to you by VOLANT. Check them out: www.volantbadminton.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/VolantBadminton Instagram: @volant.badminton Facebook: VolantBadminton Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Hong Kong-based curator, researcher, teacher, writer and critic Sam Ho as he explores the history of Hong Kong cinema, outlining the historical, cultural and economic factors that coalesced into an exceptional aesthetics enjoyed and celebrated all over the world.Hong Kong has a unique cinematic history. A tiny city and never a sovereign state, it managed to fashion a film industry comparable to any national cinema, with a long and rich history and a distinctive aesthetics all its own. At once very Chinese and very westernized, Hong Kong’s highly eventful and sometimes traumatic past converges on film to generate a glorious cinema, inspiring films of intensely dramatic stories and grippingly compelling characters.Sam Ho is a curator, researcher, teacher, writer and critic. Based in Hong Kong and the United States, Ho specializes in the study of Hong Kong cinema but had also written extensively and curated programs on various aspects of cinema, including films from China, the United States, Europe and other parts of Asia. His writing had appeared in books, academic journals, newspapers, magazines and on the internet. His work had been translated into many different languages, including Chinese, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Korean.Ho has given many lectures on films across the globe, and has served as juror, media panelist or advisor for many international film festivals and award organizations, including the Pacific Meridian International Film Festival in Vladivostok, Russia; the Asian Film Festival in Vesoul, France; the Hong Kong International Film Festival; the Hong Kong Film Awards; the Best Chinese Films of the Year Award, Beijing, China; and the China Times Express Bests Films of the Year Awards, Taiwan.