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Didi Wong

CEO of The Yes Academy

For over 3 years, Didi Wong has been the CEO of The Yes Academy, a results-driven educational mentorship program for entrepreneurs. She was also given the Certificate of Recognition by Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles for helping women entrepreneurs succeed.

Didi has been featured in the article Women Who Mean Business in the March issue of Oprah Magazine. In the Fall of 2020, she will be knighted as Lady Didi where she has joined the Royal Order of Constantine the Great and St. Helen of Spain to further the Royal initiatives both domestically and internationally. She is the bestselling author of Women Who BossUp: Secrets from Women Who Are Forging Their Own Path and Thriving, Keep Smiling: Women’s Empowerment 3.0 Color Edition, How to Perfect Your Elevator Pitch, and Success Breakthroughs with Jack Canfield.
 
Born in Hong Kong, raised in England and now residing in Los Angeles,  Didi has done everything from being an Award-Winning International Keynote Speaker to an Angel Investor. As a TV Producer, she is the Executive Producer of In Case You Didn’t Know with Nick Nanton featuring Robert Kiyosaki of Rich Dad, Poor Dad and another TV show SpeakUP, both on Amazon Prime Video. She has starred as a guest judge on the #1 Digital business show Elevator Pitch as well as a feature documentary on her journey as a speaker called Impact. Didi was given the highest level award Women of the Decade for Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital from the Women Economic Forum as well as an award of Achievements, Recognition and Excellence by the National Council of Women from the Egyptian Government. She has also been honored to speak at the Global Entrepreneurship Initiative at the United Nations and she was the resident speaker on the Think and Grow Rich Legacy World Tour 2019. 

When she isn’t being a TV producer and Business Mentor, she is managing her four children under the age of nine, including a set of identical girl twins and all her projects and clients, always with a smile on her face.

You can learn more about Didi Wong at www.DidiWong.com.

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World News

News

The Road to Preventing School Shootings Starts with This

A shot rings out. Another follows. Then the sound no civilian should be made to hear. . .the sound of automatic weapons. The sounds of running, shouting, and terror fill the air. It’s unfathomable and yet becoming all too familiar.

Entertainment

Prey and Why We Can’t Stop Talking About It

Man versus beast, predator versus prey. We have heard different stories of these elements bringing balance to the universe, not just our world. Still, when the hunter becomes the hunted, we tune in intensely to know that we can survive anything.

News

America’s Future Channels a Distinguished Past to Reshape the Present

America’s Future was founded as a nonprofit educational foundation in April of 1946 by a group of New York City businessmen who were dedicated to, according to O’Neill, “preserving the two great fundamental principles of America; the private enterprise system and our constitutional form of government.”

Sports

Finding the Sweet Spot to Change Lives

Did you catch the game? Summer is here, and a cornerstone of the season is baseball. Baseball is full of many inspirational legends and even more metaphors for life. I bet you could think of a sports metaphor in less time than it takes for rookie Alek Manoah to loosen up that pitching arm.

Lifestyle

The Magnificent Seven: Seven Ways to Create Special Moments with Your Child

Remember wanting to feel loved, heard, and important when you were a child? Though the world has changed significantly since your childhood, this remains the same. Children want to know they are appreciated.

Lifestyle

Sculpt Your Body, Sculpt Your Brain

Your brain is an incredible machine. No matter what you are doing right now, your mind is controlling several intricate processes that don’t require your conscious awareness.

News

An American Declination Of Codependence

It was 245 years ago that a brave group of American colonists sent what was effectively a legal complaint to the King of England. Inspired by the English jurist William Blackstone, the complaint contained a list of the colonists’ grievances, then demanded their independence as compensation for damages.

Headlines Trending

Will Packer Says He’s ‘Done’ with the Oscars, Says ‘Nothing’ Would Convince Him to Produce it Again

Following this year’s more than eventful 94th Annual Academy Awards, its producer Will Packer is making it clear that there is nothing that will ever get him to produce another Oscars. “There’s nothing. There’s no way. [They could] offer me anything. There’s no way I’d do it.”

‘Deadbeat Dad’ Dragged for Setting ‘Conditions’ To Take in His 10-Year-Old

A father’s attempt to return to his daughter’s life has struck a nerve online, as other parents have rebuked him for setting “conditions.” This brought a myriad of opinions online. “Your ten-year-old daughter living with you shouldn’t be conditional,” said one comment.

Production on “Mad Max” Film “Furiosa” Shuts Down

“Furiosa” is a prequel to Miller’s incredible 2015 film, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Production on George Miller’s next post-apocalyptic film “Furiosa” has reportedly shut down. While that sounds alarming, it appears this is due to an abundance of caution. According to The Daily Mail, Miller has allegedly tested positive for Covid-19. The Oscar-winning filmmaker will isolate at home as a precaution.

Jason Alexander Found Guilty of Trespass and Battery After Breaking into Britney Spears’ Home

Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander has been found guilty of aggravated trespass and battery after he broke into her home on the day of her wedding to Sam Asghari in June. According to a press release from the Ventura County, California District Attorney’s office, Alexander entered plea of no contest to the charges.

The Boys: Homelander Accidentally Guessed Exactly How He’d Die

Despite being a near-indestructible superhuman, Homelander isn’t immortal, and the conclusion of The Boys sees him slain by his apparent ally Black Noir. The twist is a huge surprise to Homelander – who also learns that his fellow Supe faked his seemingly homicidal blackouts.

Experts warn California of a disaster’ larger than any in world history.’ It’s not an earthquake.

Megadrought may be the main weather concern across the West right now amid the constant threat of wildfires and earthquakes. But a new study warns another crisis is looming in California: “Megafloods.”

More human remains found at Lake Mead

Four discoveries of human remains have been made thanks to low water levels along the reservoir. A megadrought and an increase in consumption from Lake Mead caused water levels to fall to an 80-year low. The most recent discovery was a human skeletal on August 6th.

Ex-NFL star Frank Gore dragged naked woman by hair across Atlantic City hotel hallway

Gore was allegedly seen violently dragging a naked woman by her hair in the Havana Tower hotel. The police report stated the victim did not show any signs of injury or complaints. Frank was not arrested at that time, however he was charged with assault once the investigation was completed.

Angelina Jolie gets emotional while dropping daughter Zahara off at college

Angelina Jolie dropped off her 17-year-old daughter at Spelman College Wednesday after helping her move in. A faculty member asked the famous actress how she was feeling, and Jolie replied “I’m going to start crying if I talk about today. I haven’t started crying yet so…hopefully, I can hold it together.”

Warner Bros. Braces For Disaster, Prepared to Scrap $200 Million DC Movie

Ezra Miller’s scandals have forced Warner Bros. to reconsider their options surrounding The Flash (2023). Now that Miller has been charged with a felony, the studio has decided what to do with The Flash. Unfortunately, the movie has cost Warner Bros. $200 million and has taken another year of VFX work to be ready for fans.

Johnson & Johnson will stop selling talc-based baby powder around the world in 2023

Its talc-based powder, which hasn’t been sold in the United States and Canada since 2020, is at the center of tens of thousands of lawsuits filed by women who have developed ovarian cancer after using regular talcum powder. Instead will make it with cornstarch.

5 Horror Movies Recommended By Stephen King You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now

There are two important aspects to a horror movie recommendation. One is its streaming or viewing source. Two is accessibility. If the horror title is on Netflix, Hulu, or HBO Max, I know there’s going to be a higher chance that person will seek it out. Stephen King recommends that you see IT: Chapter 1, The Mist, Bird Box, Halloween (2007), and Crimson Peak.

Feature

World News

Headlines Trending

Will Packer Says He’s ‘Done’ with the Oscars, Says ‘Nothing’ Would Convince Him to Produce it Again

Following this year’s more than eventful 94th Annual Academy Awards, its producer Will Packer is making it clear that there is nothing that will ever get him to produce another Oscars. “There’s nothing. There’s no way. [They could] offer me anything. There’s no way I’d do it.”

‘Deadbeat Dad’ Dragged for Setting ‘Conditions’ To Take in His 10-Year-Old

A father’s attempt to return to his daughter’s life has struck a nerve online, as other parents have rebuked him for setting “conditions.” This brought a myriad of opinions online. “Your ten-year-old daughter living with you shouldn’t be conditional,” said one comment.

Production on “Mad Max” Film “Furiosa” Shuts Down

“Furiosa” is a prequel to Miller’s incredible 2015 film, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Production on George Miller’s next post-apocalyptic film “Furiosa” has reportedly shut down. While that sounds alarming, it appears this is due to an abundance of caution. According to The Daily Mail, Miller has allegedly tested positive for Covid-19. The Oscar-winning filmmaker will isolate at home as a precaution.

Jason Alexander Found Guilty of Trespass and Battery After Breaking into Britney Spears’ Home

Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander has been found guilty of aggravated trespass and battery after he broke into her home on the day of her wedding to Sam Asghari in June. According to a press release from the Ventura County, California District Attorney’s office, Alexander entered plea of no contest to the charges.

The Boys: Homelander Accidentally Guessed Exactly How He’d Die

Despite being a near-indestructible superhuman, Homelander isn’t immortal, and the conclusion of The Boys sees him slain by his apparent ally Black Noir. The twist is a huge surprise to Homelander – who also learns that his fellow Supe faked his seemingly homicidal blackouts.

Experts warn California of a disaster’ larger than any in world history.’ It’s not an earthquake.

Megadrought may be the main weather concern across the West right now amid the constant threat of wildfires and earthquakes. But a new study warns another crisis is looming in California: “Megafloods.”

More human remains found at Lake Mead

Four discoveries of human remains have been made thanks to low water levels along the reservoir. A megadrought and an increase in consumption from Lake Mead caused water levels to fall to an 80-year low. The most recent discovery was a human skeletal on August 6th.

Ex-NFL star Frank Gore dragged naked woman by hair across Atlantic City hotel hallway

Gore was allegedly seen violently dragging a naked woman by her hair in the Havana Tower hotel. The police report stated the victim did not show any signs of injury or complaints. Frank was not arrested at that time, however he was charged with assault once the investigation was completed.

Angelina Jolie gets emotional while dropping daughter Zahara off at college

Angelina Jolie dropped off her 17-year-old daughter at Spelman College Wednesday after helping her move in. A faculty member asked the famous actress how she was feeling, and Jolie replied “I’m going to start crying if I talk about today. I haven’t started crying yet so…hopefully, I can hold it together.”

Warner Bros. Braces For Disaster, Prepared to Scrap $200 Million DC Movie

Ezra Miller’s scandals have forced Warner Bros. to reconsider their options surrounding The Flash (2023). Now that Miller has been charged with a felony, the studio has decided what to do with The Flash. Unfortunately, the movie has cost Warner Bros. $200 million and has taken another year of VFX work to be ready for fans.

Johnson & Johnson will stop selling talc-based baby powder around the world in 2023

Its talc-based powder, which hasn’t been sold in the United States and Canada since 2020, is at the center of tens of thousands of lawsuits filed by women who have developed ovarian cancer after using regular talcum powder. Instead will make it with cornstarch.

5 Horror Movies Recommended By Stephen King You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now

There are two important aspects to a horror movie recommendation. One is its streaming or viewing source. Two is accessibility. If the horror title is on Netflix, Hulu, or HBO Max, I know there’s going to be a higher chance that person will seek it out. Stephen King recommends that you see IT: Chapter 1, The Mist, Bird Box, Halloween (2007), and Crimson Peak.

News

The Road to Preventing School Shootings Starts with This

A shot rings out. Another follows. Then the sound no civilian should be made to hear. . .the sound of automatic weapons. The sounds of running, shouting, and terror fill the air. It’s unfathomable and yet becoming all too familiar.

Entertainment

Prey and Why We Can’t Stop Talking About It

Man versus beast, predator versus prey. We have heard different stories of these elements bringing balance to the universe, not just our world. Still, when the hunter becomes the hunted, we tune in intensely to know that we can survive anything.

News

America’s Future Channels a Distinguished Past to Reshape the Present

America’s Future was founded as a nonprofit educational foundation in April of 1946 by a group of New York City businessmen who were dedicated to, according to O’Neill, “preserving the two great fundamental principles of America; the private enterprise system and our constitutional form of government.”

Sports

Finding the Sweet Spot to Change Lives

Did you catch the game? Summer is here, and a cornerstone of the season is baseball. Baseball is full of many inspirational legends and even more metaphors for life. I bet you could think of a sports metaphor in less time than it takes for rookie Alek Manoah to loosen up that pitching arm.

Lifestyle

The Magnificent Seven: Seven Ways to Create Special Moments with Your Child

Remember wanting to feel loved, heard, and important when you were a child? Though the world has changed significantly since your childhood, this remains the same. Children want to know they are appreciated.

Lifestyle

Sculpt Your Body, Sculpt Your Brain

Your brain is an incredible machine. No matter what you are doing right now, your mind is controlling several intricate processes that don’t require your conscious awareness.

News

An American Declination Of Codependence

It was 245 years ago that a brave group of American colonists sent what was effectively a legal complaint to the King of England. Inspired by the English jurist William Blackstone, the complaint contained a list of the colonists’ grievances, then demanded their independence as compensation for damages.

Travel

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Opinion

News

The Road to Preventing School Shootings Starts with This

A shot rings out. Another follows. Then the sound no civilian should be made to hear. . .the sound of automatic weapons. The sounds of running, shouting, and terror fill the air. It’s unfathomable and yet becoming all too familiar.

Opinion

Ten Travel Tips for Going International

Think of your favorite vacation. Is it the fun, excitement, and memories that spring to mind first, or the hiccups along the way? Whether for business or pleasure, travel can be highly enjoyable.

Opinion

From The Dissident’s Desk: Overcoming Lies, Damn Lies, And The Tendency To Believe Them

I subscribe to the New York Times as do so many others in the world of political commentary so that people I care about don’t have to waste their hard-earned money.

August, 2022

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