Tai Lopez | My Morning Routine: How To Get Maximum Willpower

I read that The Rock wakes up at 4 in the morning and does cardio for an hour, I tried on myself and it doesn’t work as well.

Everyone has their own daily routine.

I like to break mine into separate parts.

Part 1) Knowledge and reading. What makes us humans different is that we have the ability of deep levels of knowledge.
Part 2) Do whatever is the hardest and most important thing you have to do.

What morning routine works best for you?
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Signs You Grew Up Italian-American

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Havana City Tour, Cuba 5

Havana City Tour, Cuba 2010 – Cuban army ship, Plaza de Armas
Old Havana (Spanish: La Habana Vieja) is the city-center (downtown)
Havana (/həˈvænə/; Spanish: La Habana) is the capital city, largest city, province, major port, and leading commercial centre of Cuba The city proper has a population of 2.1 million inhabitants, and it spans a total of 728.26 km2 (281.18 sq mi) – making it the largest city by area, the most populous city, and the third largest metropolitan area in the Caribbean region.The city extends mostly westward and southward from the bay, which is entered through a narrow inlet and which divides into three main harbours: Marimelena, Guanabacoa and Atarés. The sluggish Almendares River traverses the city from south to north, entering the Straits of Florida a few miles west of the bay.

The city of Havana was founded by the Spanish in the 16th century and due to its strategic location it served as a springboard for the Spanish conquest of the continent becoming a stopping point for the treasure-laden Spanish galleons on the crossing between the New World and the Old World. King Philip II of Spain granted Havana the title of City in 1592. Walls as well as forts were built to protect the old city.The sinking of the U.S. battleship Maine in Havana’s harbor in 1898 was the immediate cause of the Spanish–American War.

Contemporary Havana can essentially be described as three cities in one: Old Havana, Vedado and the newer suburban districts. The city is the center of the Cuban government, and home to various ministries, headquarters of businesses and over 90 diplomatic offices.The current mayor is Marta Hernández from the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC). In 2009, the city/province had the 3rd highest income in the country.

The city attracts over a million tourists annually,the Official Census for Havana reports that in 2010 the city was visited by 1,176,627 international tourists,[12] a 20.0% increase from 2005. The historic centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982.The city is also noted for its history, culture, architecture and monuments.

Havana City Tour Cuba

Cuba travel compilation
2016 will be a big year for travel to cuba.
Experince the vibrant streetlife, the Music, the Culture,
Walk along the malecon.
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The Minnesota Orchestra in Cuba

There’s never been a Minnesota Orchestra tour quite like our trip to Cuba in May—a musical journey that would have been inconceivable just a few months earlier. It was pulled together in record time, and for a few unforgettable days in Havana, our musicians became the world’s most famous musical ambassadors. Minnesota Public Radio host Brian Newhouse may have said it best: “So many people on either side of those differences hope harmony marks the start of a new way of treating each other.”

We’re pleased to share the first of two videos that will take you back along the journey, from flights to concerts to outreach activities with Cuban students and more, as our musicians share their favorite memories. Enjoy!
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Dedicado ao Buena Vista Social Club.
Buena Vista Social Club era um clube de dança e atividades musicais de Havana em Cuba, local onde os músicos se encontravam e tocavam na década de 40, entre eles Manuel “Puntillita” Licea, Compay Segundo, Rubén González, Ibrahim Ferrer, Pío Leyva, Anga Díaz. Ao longo dos anos novos membros entraram no grupo.

Nos anos 90, aproximadamente 40 anos após o fechamento do clube, inspirou uma gravação do músico cubano Juan de Marcos González e o guitarrista americano Ry Cooder com os músicos tradicionais.

O disco, chamado Buena Vista Social Club tornou-se um sucesso internacional.

Foi quando então o diretor alemão Wim Wenders filmou a apresentação do grupo na Holanda, e uma segunda apresentação no famoso Carnegie Hall em Nova York, transformando num documentário, acompanhado de entrevistas feitas em Havana com os músicos.

O filme, chamado Buena Vista Social Club, foi aclamado pela crítica, sendo indicado ao Oscar na categoria Melhor Documentário e ganhando o prêmio de Melhor documentário no European Film Awards.

Em 2006 foi lançado Rhythms del Mundo, um ábum com as estrelas do Buena Vista e da música cubana Ibrahim Ferrer (sua última gravação antes de morrer em 2005) e Omara Portuondo com artistas como U2, Coldplay, Sting, Jack Johnson, Maroon 5 , Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Chiefs entre outros.

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Dedicated to the Buena Vista Social Club.
Buena Vista Social Club was a dance club and musical activities of Havana in Cuba, where the musicians were and played in the 40s, among them Manuel “Puntillita” Licea, Compay Segundo, Rubén González, Ibrahim Ferrer, Pío Leyva, ANGA Díaz. Over the years new members joined the group.

In 90 years, approximately 40 years after the closure of the club, inspired a recording of the Cuban musician Juan de Marcos González and American guitarist Ry Cooder with traditional musicians.

The disc, called Buena Vista Social Club became an international success.

It was then when the German director Wim Wenders filmed the presentation of the group in Holland, and a second presentation at the famous Carnegie Hall in New York, making a documentary, with interviews made with the musicians in Havana.

The film, called Buena Vista Social Club, was critically acclaimed, as indicated in the Oscar Best Documentary category and winning the prize for Best documentary at the European Film Awards.

Was launched in 2006 Rhythms del Mundo, a ábum with the stars of Buena Vista and the Cuban music Ibrahim Ferrer (his last recording before he died in 2005) and Omara Portuondo with artists like U2, Coldplay, Sting, Jack Johnson, Maroon 5, Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Chiefs among others.
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Real Estate Market in Cuba -THE MOST AMAZING Real Estate OPPORTUNITIES in Cuba

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– The Real Estate Market in Cuba, has just initiated the first steps toward the normalization of the Property Sales and Buying Process. This is the moment, this is the time to get ready and inform yourself on how to buy a home in Cuba. There are a large number of properties for sale in Cuba right now, it is just a matter of knowing the legal procedures, the new regulations, and have the right advisers.-
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Fulgencio Batista llega en ferrocarril. Cuba (1943)

Los tramos de ferrocarril en cuba se extiende desde Guane (provincia de Pinar del Río) en la parte oeste de la isla hasta la parte este, Guantánamo.
La mayor parte de los 4225 km es diesel con 140 km electrificado.
El ramal a Trinidad, en la costa sur está dañado en un puente y el servicio de trenes ya no está conectado al resto del servicio nacional. Los trenes locales hacen el recorrido desde el antiguo puente hasta la costa, atravesando Trinidad diariamente y, a parte, una locomotora de vapor y un par de coches un poco más rústicos hacen rutas turísticas a través de los valles de caña de azúcar.
El buque insignia, Tren Francés, viaja entre La Habana y Santiago de Cuba y los vagones eran los que antiguamente se usaban en Europa entre Paris y Amsterdam. El tren está compuesto por doce vagones y una locomotora china.
El Tren Hershey, es un tren eléctrico desde La Habana a Matanzas que fue construido por la Hershey Company, con el propósito de facilitar el transporte de los trabajadores y productos después de que se hubieran comprado plantaciones de azúcar en 1916. Es un tren de cercanías entre las provincias de La Habana y Matanzas.
En las imágenes que nos ocupan, vemos llegar a Fulgencio Batista a la estación de ferrocarriles de Santiago de Cuba donde es recibido por multitud de personas.
Por la época de la Cuba Pre-Revolucionaria, destaca la personalidad del americano nacido en Canadá, Sir William Van Horne, quien ayudó considerablemente a la expansión de la red de ferrocarriles cubana en los comienzos del siglo veinte. Era un inversor muy importante de Cuba Railroad Company (fundada en 1902).
En 1924 Ferrocarriles Consolidados de Cuba fue creada a partir de una disputa entre Ferocarriles Consolidados de Cuba y Ferrocarriles de Cuba.
Otras compañías de ferrocarriles importantes en la época que se fusionaron en el siglo veinte fueron:
_ Ferrocarriles del Norte de Cuba 1916
_ Ferrocarril Espirituano Tunas de Zaza
_ Ferrocarril Guantánamo y Occidente
La imágenes también muestran un desfile militar en el Cuartel Moncada y a Batista recorriendo las calles.
El cuartel Moncada, hoy Ciudad escolar 26 de julio, es un edificio docente, antiguo cuartel militar, ubicado en Santiago de Cuba en Cuba.
Tomó relevancia histórica el 26 de julio de 1953 cuando un grupo de 135 guerrilleros antibatistas (opositores a la dictadura de Fulgencio Batista) divididos en tres columnas comandadas por Fidel Castro, Raúl Castro y Abel Santamaría realizan el asalto al mismo. Este acto, que resultó fallido, fue el comienzo de la lucha que acabaría el 1 de enero de 1959 entrando triunfante en la ciudad de La Habana dando comienzo a la revolución cubana.
El 9 de enero de 1960, un año después del triunfo de la Revolución, comienzan las obras de demolición de los muros del acuartelamiento militar con la finalidad de convertirlo en un centro escolar. El 28 de enero de ese mismo año, Fidel Castro entrega al Ministerio de Educación las instalaciones cuartelarías para que sean dedicadas a escuela, nace, con todo el simbolismo de la reconversión de un cuartel en escuela, el Centro Escolar 26 de julio. Esté acto simbolizaba la intención de la Revolución Cubana de la importancia de la educación en el futuro de los ciudadanos del país.
HISTORIA DEL CUARTEL MONCADA
La falta de locales adecuados para el encierro de los presidiarios en la ciudad de Santiago de Cuba a finales del siglo XIX hace evidente la necesidad de la construcción de unas nuevas instalaciones carcelarias. También era necesario la construcción de algún acuartelamiento para el cobijo de las tropas.
El 6 de mayo de 1854 se hace cargo del Gobierno Civil y de la Comandancia General del Departamento Oriental de la Isla de Cuba el Mariscal de campo Cárlos Vargas-Machuca, conocido con el sobrenombre de “El constructor” por la gran cantidad de edificaciones y obras que realizó en sus 6 años de mandato. En 1859, bajo la dirección de Manuel Ciria, marqués de Villaitre, comienzan las obras del denominado Cuartel del Nuevo Presidio.
La edificación, situada a las afueras de la ciudad en su lado este, cerca del cementerio y al lado del solar en el que se ubicaría el hospital militar Príncipe Alfonso, estaba diseñada para albergar a 1.000 soldados y 200 presos. Se construyo un sencillo y robusto edificio de una sola planta con sótano.
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Cuban life in the streets of Santa Clara, Cuba

Santa Clara was a dynamic and relatively “prosperous city” for Cuban concepts. Santa Clara is the capital city of the Cuban province of Villa Clara. It`s located in the most central region of the province and almost in the most central region of the country. With a population near a quarter million; 242,402 people at the beginning of 2013, it`s the 5th largest Cuban city by population. It has the second university in the country and has an important cultural center. In the center is the park “Parque Vidal” where it`s lovely to sit on a bench and enjoy everything that happens around you. Single people come to this park to stroll and meet others. The bullet holes from the revolution are still visible in the walls of Hotel Santa Clara Libre. Santa Clara was founded by 175 people on July 15, 1689. One hundred and thirty-eight of them were represented by two large families already living in the area and, therefore, owners of the land next to the new city. The other 37 came from 7 other families, a priest and a governor, all of them originating in the coastal city of “San Juan de los Remedios”.
Santa Clara was the site of the last battle in the Cuban Revolution in late 1958. There were two guerrilla columns that attacked the city, one led by Ernesto Che Guevara and the other led by Camilo Cienfuegos. Guevara’s column first captured the garrison at Fomento. Then, using a bulldozer, Guevara’s soldiers destroyed railroad tracks and derailed a train full of troops and supplies sent by Batista. At the same time, Cienfuegos’s column defeated an army garrison at the Battle of Yaguajay not far from town. On December 31, 1958, the combined forces of Guevara and Cienfuegos (along with other revolutionaries under William Alexander Morgan) attacked Santa Clara. The battle was chaotic, the defenders were demoralized, some fought, others surrendered without a shot. By the afternoon, the city was captured. This victory for Castro’s troops is seen as the decisive moment in the Cuban Revolution as Batista fled Cuba less than 12 hours later.

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Cuba: Conan O’Brien Visit & Talks in Washington

A weekly update video on news out of Cuba. Nora Gamez Torres reports on Cuba for www.elnuevoherald.com and www.miamiherald.com. She monitors all formal talks on normalizing relations between the U.S. and Cuba. For extensive coverage, view our Miami Herald Cuba page: http://www.miamiherald.com/…/nation-wo…/world/americas/cuba/

How to Make Cuban Chicken : Saving Leftovers from Cuban Chicken

How to save the leftovers of the chicken when making authentic Cuban chicken; learn more about making traditional Cuban food in this free cooking video.

Expert: Lizbeth Muller
Bio: Liz Muller is the owner of Liz’s Hair Design in Hollywood, Florida. She has been a professional Hair Designer and Color Specialist for over 23 years.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller

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cooking videos for begginers. simple and quick Meals dishes. How to make fried crispy potato balls. I remember when I was a kid, my mother brought me from the market, small potatoballs like these, but frozen. Here, you have a homemade potatoes balls. They are very easy to make. Tasty snacks for kids!!

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