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Conversations with Asia’s leading movers, shakers thinkers and provocateurs.
 
Great inspiration for small businesses, local businesses, and independent businesses to create Big Money with Small Change. Join me at ProfitCenterCoach.com and BigFishIdeas.com for marketing advice, tips, collaboration both online and offline. You're not alone!
 
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NuMerican Nation
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NuMerican Nation is about promoting positive change in the world. We’ll discuss issues and suggest possible solutions.
 
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Family+Business
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Family+Business is all about growing individuals to better their families and businesses. You don't have to have a family and/or Business but we will be motivating, educating, sharing stories and more with people that value Family+Business.
 
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There are periods of time when the stars align for every part of the world, and Asia has those stars aligning today, says Dr. Parag Khanna, founder and managing partner of FutureMap, a data- and scenario-based strategic advisory firm. Khanna is a recognized commentator on Asian geopolitics. He appears regularly at global forums, government gath ...…
 
Just as the automobile transformed the lives of Americans 100 years ago, so the smartphone is having the same effect on the country of India. That’s the view of Ravi Agrawal, Managing Editor of Foreign Policy and author of India Connected: How the Smartphone is Transforming the World's Largest Democracy. Smartphone sales may be slowing globally ...…
 
If you’re wondering why we spend so much time on the program addressing US-China relations, it’s because we believe it serves as a bellwether for a shifting world order. While China flexes its newfound geopolitical muscle with sights fixed fast on global markets, the moon, and more, the US appears mired in a crisis of national confidence. US he ...…
 
Tensions between the United States and China continue to simmer amid trade negotiations, global influence, and the recent arrest of Huawei's CFO in Vancouver. For context on where things are and where things might go from here, I spoke with Elizabeth Economy, the C.V. Starr Senior Fellow and Director for Asia Studies at the Council on Foreign R ...…
 
This episode I’m speaking with Sam Tsui, Managing Director of Evolution Advisors, a boutique advisory and investment firm specializing in helping corporates and investors find and and execute on deals in Asia. Before that—for about a decade—Sam worked for Microsoft, identifying acquisitions and partnerships across Asia Pacific. Our topic this e ...…
 
Fashion is an industry that depends on fast and frequent shifts in taste. To keep up with consumer demand, brand-name makers of clothing and accessories have developed a habit of using cheap, sometimes unethical, labor to drive production. Environmental concerns have also fallen to the wayside. The fashion industry is the second biggest pollute ...…
 
This episode we focus on the utopian side of artificial intelligence. It’s not a subject you hear much about these days, and this program is no exception. Our guests have had a lot to say about AI’s possible horrifying applications. But like most things, there’s another side. In this episode we turn to AI’s better angels—and see if we can belie ...…
 
This episode our topic is the changing Hong Kong landscape. My guest is Mark Clifford, Executive Director of the Hong Kong-based Asia Business Council. Over the last twenty years Mark has served as lead editor for some of the region’s most prestigious news and business publications, including The South China Morning Post, The Standard, and the ...…
 
Discussion on the current dysfunction of families and what to do to have better structure and organization!
 
Discussion on freedom of speech and if and when it has gone too far
 
My guest this episode is none other than Clay Chandler, Executive Editor, International for Time Inc, and Asia Editor for Fortune. He’s also the author of the special "Sino-Saturday" edition of Alan Murray's influential Fortune CEO Daily newsletter. If you haven’t subscribed to the newsletter, my advice to you is to do so immediately – exceptio ...…
 
Returning to the program this episode is Julien de Salaberry, Founder and CEO of Galen Growth Asia. He and his partners at Galen Growth identify and catalyze connections between investors and healthtech entrepreneurs. We last spoke some six months ago when he gave us the rundown on the general state of healthcare in Asia and some of the groundb ...…
 
In the wake of deteriorating relations between China and the United States, I decided it was time to give our old friend Jim McGregor a call. He needs no introduction to regular listeners. Author of "No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers” and “One Billion Customers: Lessons from the Front Lines of Doing Business in China,” Jim is a regular commentato ...…
 
Discussing your responsibilities for voting.
 
This episode I’m at the American Club Union Bar in Singapore with digital media and advertising sector veteran, Ken Mandel. The topic of our conversation: the past and the future of advertising. It’s a space Ken knows better than most, having held Asia-wide leadership positions at Publicis, 141 Worldwide, XM Asia, Ogilvy & Mather, Yahoo!, Sales ...…
 
A discussion about the fear mongering from politicians and media.
 
Discussing the anonymous campaign donations given under federal law!
 
Discussing the scrutiny of the “Old Boys Club” and how to avoid making the same mistakes.
 
My guest is one of the most dedicated and articulate environmental activists working today, Richard Vevers, Founder and CEO of The Ocean Agency. Richard is a pioneer of underwater 360-degree photography, and invented the cameras that took Google Street View underwater. It was while working on that project that he became aware of the fact that m ...…
 
Speaking respect self and one another and being held accountable for wrong doings.
 
How did you sleep last night? It’s a simple question that should admit of a simple answer. Sleep, after all, is a relatively uncomplicated act. Night falls and you brush your teeth. You lie down, turn off the light, your breathing deepens and the next thing you know you’re out. If only things were that simple. Every week, it seems, there’s a ne ...…
 
My guest this episode is clean energy entrepreneur, investor and commentator, Assaad Razzouk. He is Group Chief Executive and Co-Founder of Sindicatum Sustainable Resources, a global clean energy investment firm headquartered in Singapore. Razzouk points out that the need for clean energy throughout Asia is not an abstract notion. There’s an ur ...…
 
The dumbing down of modern and future society!
 
Longtime listeners of the Inside Asia podcast will know this is not documentary filmmaker Thomas Morgan’s first appearance on the program. About a year ago I sat with him on a roof-top bar in Singapore’s trendy Club Street district while he was in the throes of completing a film he wasn’t sure he’d be able to get finished. That film was Soufra— ...…
 
Talks on ways to change the negative image of African American people!
 
Reducing molestation in the Catholic Church. Investigate the entire organization!
 
We're taking liberties this episode to reach beyond our traditional stomping ground in Asia. We're talking about the essential nature of communications and its central role in maintaining peaceful human coexistence. Whether subjugated to the salvos of a certain US President or manipulated by global social media corporations, toying with the tru ...…
 
Rebecca Fannin wrote Silicon Dragon: How China is Winning the Tech Race more than 10 years ago, at a time when both China’s tech companies were on the rise—and the future was unclear. She’s my guest this episode, and her account of those days is fascinating—and not simply a matter of early entry and good luck. Take the case of Jack Ma. I rememb ...…
 
William Overholt and I first met almost thirty years ago, way back in 1991 when I was a cub reporter with the Asian Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong. He was then working in investment banking, though it was already clear then that he would be more than that. Bill is a thinker. Someone with the uncanny ability to draw on history, policy and econ ...…
 
Discussing how people are so engulfed superstardom that they forget about day to day life!
 
This is not the take on artificial intelligence (AI) that you’re going to find in the popular media or on corporate websites. Most everyone is thrilled about what AI can and might do someday soon. Self-driving cars, remotely controlled delivery vehicles, homes that clean and restock themselves automatically, medical technologies that can predic ...…
 
We’ve been talking about the impending US/China trade war now it appears our worse fears are coming true. President Trump has followed through with $250 billion in tariffs impacting over 6,000 China-made products—with, apparently, more to come. China has retaliated with its own set of tariffs. No one can say where this is headed, though we can ...…
 
Most of our listeners will have already heard about the Singapore Hospital Hack. A brief refresher: at some point on the 27th of June, the Singaporean healthcare database was breached in what is being described by the Singaporean government as a “deliberate, targeted, and well-planned” cyberattack. The health records of at least1.5 million peop ...…
 
Discussing ways to be more accepting of generational and gender differences.
 
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Third generation family-owned empires are at the epicenter of Asia’s growth story—the foundation upon which many national economies have been built over the past fifty years. But with the advent of global trade, digital technology and fast-paced innovation, these same businesses are finding it hard to keep pace. It takes capital, grit, and perh ...…
 
Being more cautious in your vehicle, surfing encounters with law enforcement, being more involved in community legislation.
 
Tef and Don Sneedo discuss ways to keep property with the inhabitants of said communities and ways to decrease violence.
 
The drones are coming—though they’re not here just yet. But they’re on their way. The recreational photo-junkies who use them to buzz beaches and mountain resorts are the tip of the iceberg. Probably more like the tip of the tip of the iceberg. The high-pitched buzz of an overhead drone is either fascinating or irritating. In fact, some locatio ...…
 
In this episode we’re looking back at the Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump meet-up in Singapore. It now feels like the distant past. And that’s the point. This news cycle is more like a news cyclone. There was much ado about the meeting of the two corpulent men, but now that the dust has settled, what do we have to show for it? To get perspective w ...…
 
Our guest this episode is Adam Schwarz, founder and CEO of Asia Group Advisors, one of the most astute Asia observers in the business. I wanted to ask him what he’s thinking about Asia trade since the election of Trump and the changing role of the US globally. In most every discussion of Asia trade since the election of Trump China takes center ...…
 
How concerned should Americans be with Chinese investment in US tech companies? Over the past few years China-based firms have invested in more than a hundred US-based tech deals. These deals focus on the cutting edge of tech, investing in artificial intelligence, 3d printing, facial recognition and military software. Needless to say, this has ...…
 
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