Meet Jack Ma founder of Alibaba of China and his ideas for job creation in the USA that he shared with then President- Elect Donald Trump.
“Intelligent people need a fool to lead them. When the team’s all a bunch of scientists, it is best to have a peasant lead the way. His way of thinking is different. It’s easier to win if you have people seeing things from different perspectives.” – Jack Ma
Here is Jack Ma’s ideas, have a listen.
I have always had a high regard for marathon runners. It is a long lonely road the marathon, here is a look from all those fans at the marathon in Rio.
— runnermagazine.gr (@RunnerMagazine) August 21, 2016
— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) August 21, 2016
— Bob Dorigo Jones (@BobDorigoJones) August 21, 2016
Elaine Thompson blasted to the 200m Olympic title. Check it out.
JEUX OLYMPIQUES RIO 2016 – 200M / FINALE. Enorme performance de la Jamaïcaine Elaine Thompson en finale olympique du 200m. Après avoir triomphé sur 100m, elle s’est offerte cette nuit un doublé historique avec sa victoire sur 200m. En 21”78, Elaine Thompson devance Dafne Schippers en 21”88 et Tori Bowie en 22”15. La Jamaïcaine est bien la nouvelle reine du sprint !
“This medal is not just for me…its for all the people who believe they can’t do it.” Simone Manuel makes history
"This medal is not just for me...its for all the people who believe they can't do it." Simone Manuel makes history. pic.twitter.com/A9Poc7RnYR
— Trymaine Lee (@trymainelee) August 12, 2016
The United States won the men’s 4×100 meters medley relay on Saturday, giving Michael Phelps a 23rd gold medal in his final Olympic race.
Britain took the silver medal and Australia bronze.
23 #GOLD FOR MICHAEL PHELPS!
— Good Morning America (@GMA) August 14, 2016
Katie Ledecky is such a pain to film because if you keep the camera on her you loose everyone else, it just isn’t fair.
Katie Ledecky made history by shattering the world record and the field in 800m freestyle.
How unfair is it to race against Ledecky you ask?. Ledecky finished 11-plus minutes ahead of silver medalist Jazz Carlin of Great Britain, who posted a time of 8:16.17. Taking bronze was Boglarka Kapas of Hungary, who finished in 8:16.37. The separation between Carlin and eight-place finisher Sarah Kohler of Germany (8:27.75) was smaller than that between Ledecky and Carlin by nearly two seconds.
You see how filming her can be a pain now, you lose the rest of the field.
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) August 13, 2016
This is what I mean if you keep the camera on her, then you wont have anyone else in the frame.