What time is it? MAIM TIME! A show about overcoming the Asian diaspora identity struggle and Self-Actualization. We go DEEP & HARD into important topics: dealing with our identity struggles, intergenerational trauma with our families, reconciling different cultures, spirituality and religion after church, building confidence in dating, enterprise, and creative pursuits, and so on... to get closer to realizing our full potential!
Happy Birthday America, and Happy Birthday to ME!
What’s good? This is your annual MAIM TIME birthday episode special where I reiterate all my usual sheeeeiiiit about identity, coming to accept and love all of your identity, self-actualization, being the bridge between the East and West, spirituality, and more.
One juicy indulgent hour of stream of consciousness, I know you need it hard. And I missed you. Hard.
YOU ARE THE F...
YOUR DEAD ANCIENT ANCESTORS HAVE BEEN WAITING THOUSANDS OF YEARS FOR YOU TO REALIZE THERE IS A SLEEPING DRAGON INSIDE OF YOU
YOU NEED TO BE THE ONE TO AWAKEN IT TODAY
#072: I usually describe this podcast as a show about Asian diaspora overcoming identity struggle to become the best versions of ourselves. The tagline is something I’ve revised over the past several years. But I realize, there needs to be a purpose or a visio...
LISTEN TO THE GREATEST MOST MIND-BLOWING MAIM TIME EPISODE SO FAR THIS YEAR! 🤯🔥
#071. Listen to episodes of MAIM TIME on your podcast player of choice, or on YouTube.
KILL AND EAT
YOU MUST COMPETE
Jesus is not enough for you to become the strongest most capable competitive version of yourself. Only you are.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
I went to Jubilee Church in Seoul for New Years to listen t...
This episode focuses on the importance of understanding competition as the basis of life and essential to nature, and why we must compete in order to become the best versions of ourselves in all aspects.
HO HO HO! Merry Christmas, Good Will to All Men!
This year, Santa Claus has a very special gift for you.
No, it's not a shin...
Listen to episodes of MAIM TIME on your podcast player of choice, or on YouTube.
The name's TIME.... MAIM TIME.
It’s me again.
They thought I was dead.
Some said I escaped to North Korea.
They thought I was in jail, or worse:
They thought I went back to college to finish my theology degree.
But you can't kill me.
I'm back, and better than ever.
Happy birthday America!
Thanks to all you MAIM TIMERS, we finally reached over 5000 downloads for MAIM TIME! This is a big milestone. Every download counts. You count.
I count, but I didn't always think I did.
10 years ago, I tried to take my own life. I'm glad I didn't, because then I wouldn't be talking to you right now...
#067: "Be the hero of your own story."
Nobody's going to take charge of your life but you. No one can be the hero of your own journey, but you. You write your own story. You're not the mistakes of your past. You're not all your failures.
Anybody can do this. Even if you don't get your ultimate dream of what you want, you open up doors for ...
#066: This is Part II of a great chat with Victor, who talks more about his experiences in film in America and China, and PURSUING HIS DREAMS KICKING IT WITH AND WORKING ALONGSIDE ASIAN HOLLYWOOD!
Really awesome story and projects. Inspiring. If you want to make something, just BUILD something for yourself and opportunities will appear! Even if they don&apos...
#065: We have a GREAT CHAT here with a super cool dude, Victor. If you're into indie filmmaking, acting, and living a rich multi-faceted life, listen to Victor speak! This is Part I, stay tuned for Part II.
Victor Zheng is a Chinese American filmmaker from Fairfax County, Virginia. He is currently consulting on the Disney Plus show "American Born Chinese,&qu...
#063: Six exits and however many millions earned and burned later... what does it all mean? What do you do when you reach "success"?
What do you do when you're BURNED OUT?
How do you stay young?
What's the secret?
Chillionaire Mindset Coach for Burnt-out Over-Achievers Seibo Knows!
I LOVED THIS CONVERSATION!
THIS EPISODE IS A PROPER...
#062: This episode is AWESOME! I interview Chelsie, a filmmaker who posted about her AMAZING upcoming short film "Mandarins" on the Asian Creative Network FB Group. Big shoutout to the ACN fam, we love you!
This story is about INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA portrayed through the funeral of a Chinese-American family. MAIM TIME is all about coming to grips with inte...
#061: I'm quitting my main job that I've been working for 8 years to pursue a full-time freelance copywriting career. From April 2022, I'll basically be totally running my own business, pitching and closing leads, working on projects, building my ever-increasing portfolio, and STACKING PAPER.
That’s right, I’m deluding myself into thinking I k...
#060: I'm going through The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz. This is perfectly in line with the content matter of Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz - check out MAIM TIME #059 to hear me talk about that book that changed my life. I recommend you check that out first, it will give more context to this episode.
NEW UPDATES: MAIM TIME 2nd Anniversary. Hooray! Thanks to all those who've listened to the show up until now. It means so much to me.
I'm finally a YouTuber now LOL. The MAIM TIME YouTube Channel is up! All episodes from Episode #1 will be published until it catches up with the latest audio podcast schedule. Please support with a cheeky sub and like! ;)
#059: Last month, I finished this book called Psycho-Cybernet...
#058: I'm sharing with you my absolute ideal perfect future. I highly encourage you to envision what your perfect future, your perfect self, looks like, and write that shit down. Then, tell yourself that you believe in yourself and put your subconscious to work to make it into reality. That's what I'm doing. I'm making my dreams into reality. It's an expansion of Episode 55: Making 2022 the Best Year of Our...
#057: How many Asian brothers or sisters do you know that grew up in South America speaking Spanish, and then immigrated to the US to live a better life and KILL IT? Here we have a dope convo with my Korean-Bolivian brother from another mother Samy, living a life of freedom in Cali!
#056: How many Asian brothers or sisters do you know that grew up in Latin America speaking Spanish, and then immigrated to the US to KILL IT and live a life of freedom? Samy is the mfkin gawd of recycling metals, m8. Here we have a dope convo with a brother from another mother, my Korean-Bolivian brotha Samy living it up in Cali!
#055: Last episode, we talked about how HARD 2021 was.
This episode is about New Years resolutions (or if that's a loaded term for you, just say goals) for 2022, and let me tell you:
I'm going to absolutely fkin kill it HARD! LFG!
No matter how HARD last year was, or how much life sucks, just remember... IT CAN ALWAYS GET WORSE LOL
The only thing within my control is to get stronger, smarter, more disciplined, more resil...
#054: Time for a personal reflection! How was 2021 for you? Was it easy or HARD? Did you make a lot of money? Did you lose a lot of money?
For me, this has been one of the hardest years of my life. Almost a year ago, I injured myself working out. I stopped working for 4 months. I burned through my savings. Got personal family issues. And with my injury, I'm still not 100%. But I'm okay. Things could be much worse!
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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