18 Burst results for "A Journal Of Ideas"

"a journal ideas" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

05:54 min | 3 months ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

"All using the same language into funk energy vampires and you know everyone can relate to like being on a team at some point with someone who just kind of sucked even if it was a group project of explaining it to the college world. And that way i like has it really clicked with the officers in terms of like. I don't wanna be that. I teach right so I've had the officers read that and then this year i had everyone read the heart. Haven't heard of it also believe it's a drunk gordon. Probably okay. i could be wrong. But i think it's strong gordon okay. And it's basically abou a teammate. Who made a lasting legacy on his team and what. He did to kind of do that so then everyone had to read. That after came up is when they read it so like between july and when we came back on team president august has been when we came back in august. We kind of have like a team discussion about the book and about things that can really resonated with them in ways that they could make a lasting impression on t- And then there's a little pdf that you can buy. That goes along with. The book is only like twelve. Okay so i bought and we kind of journaled through some of the love it so we did that this year. I have tried in the last two years to be a lot. Better about teen journaling In chelsea karate fairly good journal ideas. So i have was printed in there in my dance all the time and then just whip them out and have you. Have you noticed that. That is making a difference with. I heard it. I think that it does yeah last year during kobe. I mean our team we We had a lot of restrictions placed on us at some point in the fall. It just got to be where you could just feel the negative energy. There was one night that i was like okay. We're we're not doing this. You're gonna do something different so we only had an hour that we were allowed to meet in person each week and During one of those our time slots what we did is i kind of created stations in the gym. I one of the things that we did with. I had all of the bring their journals. Open it up to a blank page. Write your name at the top in one of the stations to go through. Everyone had to write each dancer's journal. Something about why they loved that deem sir so like why. You're a great teammate. It could be like your person. I mean whatever you want it to be. But i felt like after practice. That was a real turning point. Steer like everyone kind of just came together eight. Yeah a deeper appreciation like a rookie from last season his sophomore. Tell me at a practice this year. She was like that was really meaningful. Impactful like i ripped page out of my binder united state um which she has like a collection of memories and she was like i put it in there. Because i don't really was a meaningful so i do think that that helps and i'm just sitting here thinking like maybe somebody that's listening to this as thinking. Oh i wish. I would have done that but it's not too late like i'm already thinking okay. Christmas gift to these You know my team members and then maybe a party that could we could do that. Yes a great idea We just did not again last week. Only i had them sent a circle. And then i was like okay task journal for people down to back at six more people around right. So you ended up with someone's journal wasn't next to you..

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

03:08 min | 4 months ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

"Change so you. Did you write down thirty nine things. I did journals idea your life. Okay this is an entry from october. Twentieth yeah I wrote who am i. How can i expect to go back to before. I was hurt before my innocence was taken and remember how i was. I guess i should write down all the chips. That were knocked off of me during my life. Then i list a few things My parents divorced when i was one abused from Family members that started at four and continued. Till i was thirteen. I've always been told that. I was fat even when i wasn't Bad relationships including a pass boyfriend who stood me up on a vacation to mexico. He was coming to join me in another couple. And i went to the airport and he never showed up so that was just a few of the thirty nine things i wrote down. Well natalie sexual abuses. A child still comes back to hunter into this. Recent video diary entry family is a party and i just found out that they are You know inviting one of my sexual abusers to the party and almost forty years old. I've never they'll never get it. They will never understand what i'm going through. So you know. I have to put my boundaries out again and not go to the party but i have to miss the party. Because they're inviting one of my abusers to the party and It just makes me really really really sad. And they know that is one of europe users. It wasn't done on ten or in spite or to be hurtful it just wasn't thought about. This was a really important change in my life. This was needed. This was needed. Because since then i have decided that i am the one looking out for me. I have to let go of my hopes and dreams of either being protected protected or whatever. I'm almost forty. I can do that for myself. Now yes you can. It was hurtful at the time. I was devastated. Actually but since then i've sort of come full circle and i feel much stronger knowing that i can make these decisions and take care of myself now until you did not go to. The park did not go to the party. And you felt great about not going. I did excellent. Exact thing happened to me and i had yes and i had to say to my father that if you invite that person to your home i cannot come to your home to say that to And i understand. It says that the people still don't get it they never will. Yeah and so. That's fine and i now am capable of taking care of myself okay. That's all that matters heartening.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast

"I'm getting responses from people saying you know well that sounds great So follow us on social media Dancing choreography and you'll see How the college teams interpreted the corio. And then also you'll see a link that you can go to that gives you all kinds of ideas and i always want to stress that participation can be really really simple like if you don't have time to to do all the little like having included like practice plans and journal ideas and that kind of stuff from this workshop that i had gone to if you if you do not have the time to go all in with that before september thirtieth which is what i'm asking for the footage to be returned then some other ideas that you can do is just send me some footage of your team you know holding up a sign with a positive message and waving or you can also submit maybe video footage that you're already have it doesn't have to be to The same genre as the song the world goes on it could be Southie no i mean even if it's hip hop i will put it in there. Do the worm. I don't care. I'll put it in. I would love that. I know. I know i'm hoping that that's your contribution. So it's one of also touched base with some of our Dance team friends. That don't necessarily coach and aren't part of a team. That have agreed to do a little something like a little sign or whatever so stay tuned for that but bottom line is i think it is just going to be a very powerful experience for teams and coaches to be a part of it even if they d- all even if all you do is just submit footage of Yourselves waving with assign. it'll just be. I think you'll be very pleased and happy to be part of a positive collaboration. Mike this so Speaking of the jamie o'neal collaboration arizona state university submitted footage back. and so. yeah yeah so. They're part of the original team of nine college..

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Don't. I can see you. Okay okay okay okay. So let's just make this. If you feel that you cannot see me well. Let me know if it's racist. Okay so let me. Go back to the fisher. Effects is the idea that there's a relationship between the nominee interest rate the real interest rate and expected inflation. And what most people believe. Is that in the long run. What do i mean by long run. Maybe over a period of a thirty forty years monetary policy cannot do much to affect the real interested in an economy so if over long periods of time the gnome interest rate is very high. This will also reside in the inflation rate. Being really high supposed you. The is four percent in one country picks the nominee interest rate to six percent. That country's gonna have two percent inflation rate but another country also has this real interest rate of four percent but they pick a nominee interest rate of ten percent. They will have six percent inflation so in the long run. There's a one to one relationship. For every percentage points higher interest rates. You have one percentage point higher inflation in the long run and so this one for one movement between norm interest rates and inflation in the long run. That's called the long run fish. Effect and people in general have Accepted that that's not very controversial and with it goes idea that the real interest rate in the long run not in the short run but in the long run is really not affected by monetary policies. So the journal idea always that monetary policy might be very powerful in the short run but not in the long run if we take the long run episodes of thirty years. So that is why. The literature on the neo fisher effect. It can't just talk about the fisher effect. Put the word kneel in front because they are interested in a very specific question. And then i tell you why they got interested in that specific question but this bit specific question. They're interested in. is that suppose. The central bank raises the nominee interest rate permanently. So let's start with an example. Let's go to switzerland. They have the policy raid in. Switzerland is minos half a percent so minus fifty basis points. And so maybe you would think more normal level is plus two percent so and you would think that if she should go at least expectations if they go to plus two percent. That's a permanent move. You wouldn't think only are very briefly. They going to put the foot into the water and see how two percent is and then they go back to the unusual situation of minus fifty basis points. Right so we would think that. A normalization of interest rates from negative interest rates at a bunch of central banks have to something like more normal. That's why it's called normalization. Two percent is a permanent move way. Because that's because of moving from minus point five to to.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"You can search episodes by topic instead of just seeing them in sequence. As i mentioned on the show often everybody already gets sequence of the podcast apps so i don't think it's actually that valuable for us to build the website around sequence instead. We've database it by topic people. Tell me all the time that they really appreciate. The cross references that i make at the end of episodes to other related episodes. And some people ask me. How do i keep all that in my head. Well i don't keep it on my head. I use the episode library on my own website more than anyone else does. Probably so whenever. I'm recording the last part of an episode. I almost always searched the database on the website for similar topics and the system resurfaces. What's relevant so then. I can decide what. I want to include a funny story on this actually a while back. We were doing a big upgrade to the website. And we were having some kind of issue which i've long since forgotten but at point the tech folks thought it was possible that some server was in the site excessively. So we started looking at all the recent traffic and they came to me concerned that a single. Ip address was accessing the website a lot over a period of weeks and they wanted to look into it. Make sure it was an attack or something. So we trace the ip address would be. I'd been accessing the site so much using my library to find things that it actually triggered a security issue ridiculous so you can't blame me for not using my own website. Anyway there are a lot more ways. I use systems to resurface. What's relevant one service. You may have heard me mention on the show. Previously is read wise. It's a cool service that syncs up with your highlights and notes from a lot of other sources and one of those sources that can sync with amazon kindle highlights so you heard me mentioned in pre prior lesson that that's where i capture often. The ideas from books is highlighting. So i've sinked up my amazon account with them and it automatically pulls in all the books i've ever read on kindle in resurfaces highlights to me automatically each day i've got it set to send me an email once a day with highlights from five different books at random so i'm still getting presented with valuable ideas that i captured in the past. And there's all kinds of other things you can do with rise to really make past highlights notes work powerfully for you and finally. I've been building a new database of electronic notes over the past year. That captures ideas. I have ongoing and gets them into a system that i can access easily when i want to. For example the other day. I had a conversation with an academy member about how to handle tough questions after a presentation and i got to think and after the meeting that the model is shared with her would really be relevant to others as well so i opened up graphs that capture app that talked about in prior lessons and just jot down a quick note about it and later when i processed that draft i cleared it out and entered it into my notes database. When i did. I tagged it in my notes database with hashtag presentations hashtag meetings and hashtag journal idea. Since i realized that it would be a good topic for one of my episodes on the davis turtle. Podcast that way the next time. I'm working on an episode of the journal. I can just run a quick search for that journal idea tag and all the ideas. That are there that i've previously curated. They're right there in the list and ready to go into production for my electronic notes..

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Even more specifically what we've been told about Dominion voting machines since Election Day. There's no problem with Dominion voting machines. How dare you suggest there's a problem with Dominion Voting machines? Dominion will sue you if you say there's a problem with Dominion voting machines. Guess what the Wisconsin Elections Commission revealed at its quarterly meeting yesterday. Wisconsin had a major problem with Dominion voting machines. But it's not the problem that's been the subject of conspiracy theories as well. See, there was no evidence that Dominion was flipping votes or anything like that. But there is a significant error that probably has ah, greater bearing in the upcoming spring elections than it ever possibly could during the presidential election, when there are two million votes cast. In smaller elections where there are fewer votes, for example, probably the one that's gotten the most media attention. Even more so than the one statewide race that we do have on the ballot coming up in a little bit less than two weeks is the race for the state Senate. It's the primary between John JAG lawyer and don pride more in a couple of other candidates. Replacing Scott Fitzgerald, who of course, was elected to Congress and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is already calling for his resignation because he said things that the Milwaukee journals ideas lab don't dare call it an editorial board. It's an ideas lab. They wear white coats. They work with beakers and Bunsen burners. Very, very smart people at the ideas lab. Because Scott Fitzgerald was saying things that the journal Central disagrees with. Of course he's got You go. These sorts of races can come down to just a tiny handful of votes and often times you will see local races State Senate State Assembly City Council, the sorts of things that are on the ballot in spring elections come down to just a handful of elections or a handful of votes. What a random audit. Of a little bit less than 30 voting machines from across the state determined Was that two of the Amish. Those machines one in Osh caution one and lack to Flambeau had an unacceptable error rate. What is an acceptable error rate, according to Robin Williams, Robert Williams, not Robin Williams, Robert Williams. The Wisconsin Elections Commission. It is a very, very small error. Federal election testing standards as listed in the help America Vote Act allow for an acceptable error rate of one in 500,000 ballot positions. For the 2020 20 equipment audit. Roughly 2.1 million ballot positions were audited. Now this doesn't mean 2.1 million ballots. It doesn't even mean 2.1 million races. It means 2.1 million marks. A ballot position is, Let's say I vote for Donald Trump. I fill in the little oval next to Donald Trump's name. I then vote for Ron Johnson and Johnson, of course, wasn't on the ballot. I vote for Ron Johnson in the Senate race. I marked the little oval. That's two ballot positions on one ballot. Typically, there are 5 10. 20 sometimes ballot positions that you could have So the audit was on Lee of a handful of machines. But the fact that two out of those I believe it was 28 machines, return significant error rates and remember a significant error rate is not 10% 20%. It's anything more than one out of 500,000 if there's one mistake in 500,000 ballot positions That's considered acceptable because, okay, these sorts of things happen. With the Dominion voting systems with these machines. There were significantly more than one in 500,000 mistakes, and this has to do with the program. Democracy sweet from Dominion voting systems. Williams explains that After Ah small audit of these machines. It was discovered that they were what's known as over voting. They were counting over votes and an overvote is literally what it sounds like. I vote for Donald Trump and the libertarian Joe Jorgensen. I vote for Joe Biden and I try to write somebody in In the mist. Ake was actually relatively innocuous. But it was, in fact, a mistake. Oshkosh City of Oshkosh Word 23. A as detailed beginning on page 52 auditors discovered a 21 vote discrepancy between the equipment results and the audit results for the district 18 States Senate contest. The other results showed an increase in 12 votes for candidate water, Tchaikovsky and an increase of nine votes for candidates faII in versus the equipment results. The increase in candidate votes was directly proportional to the decrease that they saw in over vote totals. Also seen Which led auditors to believe the crease folds through the right infield triggered overvotes. Okay now that sounds sort of complicated, but what it basically means is where the ballot was folded. You fold the ballot upto put it in the envelope or whatever. It happened to be folded at the exact spot where you would write in the candidate's name for a vote, a write in vote in that state Senate race. The machine for whatever reason. Was calibrated to recognize something that's voting outside or marking outside of the oval, for example. You cast a vote for Senator fan. You fill in the little circle for whatever reason, the democracy sweet system, which registers the votes, you put it in the machine, and it registers. Okay, There's a mark in the little oval. The little circle next to Dan Fan. That's a vote for Dan fan what it was also reading and a handful of these votes that were folded, apparently at the exact same time on the ballot. Exact same place was that somebody voted for fan but also voted right in and there were over votes. This isn't Dominion voting systems trying to screw with Wisconsin's election. It is about as innocuous as a mistake can possibly be, But it was also discovered in locked a flambe a similar issue..

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on Side Hustle School

Side Hustle School

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on Side Hustle School

"I have an idea for custom physical journal. And i'm wondering where i can start getting a created no manufactured or printed and <hes>. Just those aspects of publishing in addition. They're away to legally protect specialized journals such as like a copyright trademark. I don't think trademarks work. But copyright for instance anyways they give all the help and guidance. You give the poor to hear from him dylan. What's up man. Thank you so much for listening. I hope the money tree is helpful. And this is an interesting idea. Interesting and also feasible. We've talked about a lot of journals here on the podcast. I need to like journal. Capped just because there's so many but the thing is there are a lot of journals because there's a large journal writing appetite these days. My friend had been sent me one recently called amongst mind that i'm looking forward to checking out but i feel like pretty much every month. Someone sends me new different kind of journal. Or i hear about a different kind of journal. So there's probably not an unlimited demand for these personalized customized journalists but it is a big market so there is a path all right. So if dylan wants to make his own. You know what needs to happen here. Basically everything that needs to happen falls into three categories design printing and marketing. So first of all design now for all of our desires out there. They're not going like to hear this but in this situation at least it's probably the easiest part of the process so dylan already has a specific idea for his journal. He knows what's going to make it unique or different. All he needs is a partner who can help him execute that idea and so if he doesn't have someone in mind i would look on upwork. Go to upwork dot com where you can find any number of qualified and reasonably priced candidates. Of course there's a process to it you want to look at people's portfolios and such make sure you're clear about what you need including specs and file types which connect to the next part of the process but first of all you need a design partner <hes>. And you can find one and upwork if you don't mind already so second part of the process printing now here you have. A number of options might be best to categorize them geographically local national or international. So first of all it doesn't hurt to check with a local printer like if their pricing was reasonable than that could solve a lot of other problems for you. You just have a local relationship you can go and pick them up easy in terms of national. What i mean here is a company like printing for less dot com. I used to be a customer printing for less long ago. I have no other relationship with them. Technically they are local printer based in montana but their entire focus is on doing print jobs for customers all across the us. in fact they claim to be i. I ever online printer. I'm sure there are others now as well and what these national printers do is they typically promised better pricing an internet friendly experience that your local printers may or may not have and if you're printing a lot of journals than the third option international might be the cheapest be aware that this is also going to increase your lead time and add a lot of complexity to the process so you're going to arrive by container ship which takes weeks or months. You'll need to work with a foreign company or there might be customs or import duties. Your minimum order quantity is probably going to be a lot higher long story short there for your first time. I would start with one of the other two options. Okay now we come to the third category marketing right now. That's everything that we talk about here on the podcast. I can't just briefly summarize marketing and by the way even though this is technically the last stage of the process like you need to have a design need to have a fiscal product created manufactured printed. Marketing is something you should be thinking about from the beginning. you know. that's why a lot of these journals being crowd funded. The right crowdfunding campaign isn't just about the product. It's about the brand. It's about the message. This is actually where. I would spend the bulk of my time. Because the marketing the branding is going to affect the design. You know it's not like you start with the design and say how do we market it. I would kind of go the other way around or at least a line him and make sure they're integrated now. I think dillon also ask something about copyright. We've had a number of other episodes dealing with that in detail but the short version nair is everything that you make on the internet. Once you make your first prototype once you have the design. It's automatically copyrighted okay. It doesn't mean it's always going to be protected doesn't mean someone come along and try to copy it but that's something to deal with later if it comes up much more important. Think about what is this going to be. How am i going to make it the most amazing journal so that it can compete and stand out with everything else.

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How to get started on personalized journal idea

Side Hustle School

04:24 min | 1 year ago

How to get started on personalized journal idea

"I have an idea for custom physical journal. And i'm wondering where i can start getting a created no manufactured or printed and Just those aspects of publishing in addition. They're away to legally protect specialized journals such as like a copyright trademark. I don't think trademarks work. But copyright for instance anyways they give all the help and guidance. You give the poor to hear from him dylan. What's up man. Thank you so much for listening. I hope the money tree is helpful. And this is an interesting idea. Interesting and also feasible. We've talked about a lot of journals here on the podcast. I need to like journal. Capped just because there's so many but the thing is there are a lot of journals because there's a large journal writing appetite these days. My friend had been sent me one recently called amongst mind that i'm looking forward to checking out but i feel like pretty much every month. Someone sends me new different kind of journal. Or i hear about a different kind of journal. So there's probably not an unlimited demand for these personalized customized journalists but it is a big market so there is a path all right. So if dylan wants to make his own. You know what needs to happen here. Basically everything that needs to happen falls into three categories design printing and marketing. So first of all design now for all of our desires out there. They're not going like to hear this but in this situation at least it's probably the easiest part of the process so dylan already has a specific idea for his journal. He knows what's going to make it unique or different. All he needs is a partner who can help him execute that idea and so if he doesn't have someone in mind i would look on upwork. Go to upwork dot com where you can find any number of qualified and reasonably priced candidates. Of course there's a process to it you want to look at people's portfolios and such make sure you're clear about what you need including specs and file types which connect to the next part of the process but first of all you need a design partner And you can find one and upwork if you don't mind already so second part of the process printing now here you have. A number of options might be best to categorize them geographically local national or international. So first of all it doesn't hurt to check with a local printer like if their pricing was reasonable than that could solve a lot of other problems for you. You just have a local relationship you can go and pick them up easy in terms of national. What i mean here is a company like printing for less dot com. I used to be a customer printing for less long ago. I have no other relationship with them. Technically they are local printer based in montana but their entire focus is on doing print jobs for customers all across the us. in fact they claim to be i. I ever online printer. I'm sure there are others now as well and what these national printers do is they typically promised better pricing an internet friendly experience that your local printers may or may not have and if you're printing a lot of journals than the third option international might be the cheapest be aware that this is also going to increase your lead time and add a lot of complexity to the process so you're going to arrive by container ship which takes weeks or months. You'll need to work with a foreign company or there might be customs or import duties. Your minimum order quantity is probably going to be a lot higher long story short there for your first time. I would start with one of the other two options. Okay now we come to the third category marketing right now. That's everything that we talk about here on the podcast. I can't just briefly summarize marketing and by the way even though this is technically the last stage of the process like you need to have a design need to have a fiscal product created manufactured printed. Marketing is something you should be thinking about from the beginning. you know. that's why a lot of these journals being crowd funded. The right crowdfunding campaign isn't just about the product. It's about the brand. It's about the message. This is actually where. I would spend the bulk of my time. Because the marketing the branding is going to affect the design. You know it's not like you start with the design and say how do we market it. I would kind of go the other way around or at least a line him and make sure they're integrated now. I think dillon also ask something about copyright. We've had a number of other episodes dealing with that in detail but the short version nair is everything that you make on the internet. Once you make your first prototype once you have the design. It's automatically copyrighted okay. It doesn't mean it's always going to be protected doesn't mean someone come along and try to copy it but that's something to deal with later if it comes up much more important. Think about what is this going to be. How am i going to make it the most amazing journal so that it can compete and stand out with everything else.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"SCOTUS RULES Central PARK Karen 1,000,000. Francis Theo Supreme Court has ruled that during national election states can require electors to stick with the candidate who won that state. Custom teeny report. It was a 90 nothing decision. With all justices agreeing states can force electoral college members to vote for the presidential candidate who won that states Popular vote 32 states and DC require it. 10. Elect doors went rogue in 2016. Having no effect on the outcome. Electors are now chosen as part of their allegiance to a candidate Theory Journal Idea in the Constitution was to have wise men selected to determine who should be president in an era of no instantaneous communication and no mass media. Constantini Washington 40 lobbyists with ties to President Trump have helped their client secure more than $10 billion in federal Corona virus aid, among them a five former administration officials whose lobbying work Potentially violates an ethics order Trump issued after taking office. The findings were detailed in a report released Monday by the watchdog group Public Citizen. The woman known as the Central Park. Karen is now facing a criminal charge. Stewed Caston bomb has more. The Manhattan district attorney is charging Amy Cooper with falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. It's a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. The woman was captured in a video that went viral. She was seen calling 911 and telling an operator that an African American man in Central Park was threatening her. That man was a bird watcher, and he was trying to get her to put her dog on the leash. 57 year old Christian Cooper is on the board of the New York Audubon Society. Steve Kastenbaum, NEW YORK the Supreme Court has upheld on 1991 law. Events most robo calls. That challenge came after an exception, created five years ago allowed automated calls.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Barrett. 10. ELECT Doors went rogue in 2016. Having no effect on the outcome. Electors are now chosen as part of their allegiance to a candidate Theory Journal Idea in the Constitution was to have wise men selected to determine who should be president in an era of no instantaneous communication and no mass media. Costantini Washington 40 Lobbyists with ties to President Trump have helped their client secure more than $10 billion in federal Corona virus aid, among them a fine former administration officials whose lobbying work Potentially violates an ethics order Trump issued after taking office. The findings were detailed in a report released Monday by the watchdog group Public Citizen. The woman known as the Central Park. Karen is now facing a criminal charge. Steve Kastenbaum has more. The Manhattan district attorney is charging Amy Cooper with falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. It's a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. The woman was captured in a video that went viral. She was seen calling 911 and telling an operator that an African American man in Central Park was threatening her. That man was a bird watcher, and he was trying to get her to put her dog on the leash. 57 year old Christian Cooper is on the board of the New York Audubon Society. Steve Kastenbaum, NEW YORK the Supreme Court has upheld on 1991 law. Advance most robo calls. That challenge came after an exception, created five years ago allowed automated calls to collect government debt. Privately, it Francis Are.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"States can require electors to stick with the candidate who won that state but Constantini report it was a 90 nothing decision. With all justices agreeing states can force electoral college members to vote for the presidential candidate who won that states. Popular vote 32 states and DC require it. 10. Elect doors went rogue in 2016 having no effect on the outcome. Electors are now chosen as part of their allegiance to a candidate Theory Journal idea in the Constitution was to have wise men selected to determine who should be president in an era of no instantaneous communication and no mass media. Love Costantini. Washington 40 lobbyists with ties to President Trump have helped their client secure more than $10 billion in federal Corona virus stayed along them a five former administration officials whose lobbying work potentially violates an ethics order Trump issued after taking office. The findings were detailed in a report released Monday by the watchdog group Public Citizen. The woman known as the Central Park. Karen is now facing a criminal charge Stoop Caston bomb has more. The Manhattan district attorney is charging Amy Cooper with falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. It's a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. The woman was captured in a video that went viral. She was seen calling 911 and telling an operator that an African American man in Central Park was threatening her. That man was a bird watcher, and he was trying to get her to put her dog on the leash. 57 year old Christian Cooper is on the board of the New York Audubon Society. Steve Kastenbaum NEW YORK The Supreme Court has upheld a 1991 law. Events most robo calls. That challenge came after an exception, created five years ago allowed automated.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:58 min | 2 years ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Matthew starts off this hour in Little Rock, Arkansas. Hi, matthew. How are you? I'm doing great, Dave. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? So I'll explain my situation. I'm a part time worker in college right now, go to community college because I didn't want to live anywhere, and it's really cheap easy right now. So I'm getting my basic courses done there. And I plan on transferring to university of central Arkansas after I finish my genetics to get a business major. I don't have any debt right now from scholarships from my parents, I don't have any student loans or anything good part-time and keep my grades up make about the journal idea, but maybe him thousand six hundred year, and I'm wondering from your perspective. What can I do now to go ahead and get my financial future started? I have not opened yet. But I went and consulted with him yesterday on with my uncle who is a financial thin Edward Jones. And I'm getting ready to open up a Roth IRA with him. Okay. I would not do that. Yet. Who would not do that this year? Here's the the math Matthew is a better investment than mutual funds. Because of the way you're going about this and what you're choosing. To study you getting your business degree completely debt free and actually graduating is going to bring you more money than that. Roth IRA will bring you you are a better investment than mutual fund. And so what I'm going to do if I'm in your shoes, I'm going to place my money in the highest returning investment. Which is you. In other words, I want you to pile up a huge pile of cash that is an insurance policy that you graduate with your business degree on time and debt free. That's more important than a Roth IRA. So I wouldn't in your situation. I would not do long term investing until you graduate. Okay. You see why? Yes, sir. Because you've got you've got this dialed in very carefully. And you don't have an extra fifty thousand dollars laying around to ensure that Matthew graduates debt, free, right? You know, you you. You're you're watching every penny. You're being very wise. You're thinking you're working you're doing all the right stuff to graduate and graduate debt free. And and that is a better investment than Roth. Okay. So get out of school, and then start your Roth, and you'll be very very wealthy. You're going to be just fine. So I would not do that. And it's a mathematical thing, you the you're gonna make more from the knowledge you get in a business degree and from having the business degree, then you will make on a mutual fund education is a good investment wind unwisely, and you are doing it wisely. Pete is with us in Cincinnati. Hey, pete. How are you? I'm better than I deserve brother honor to talk to you you too, sir. What's up? I have one question. My wife, and I have been doing your plan for about four years. Now, it's been a huge blessing where. Yeah. Got out of about one hundred thousand dollars of debt and we've saved up three to six months, which is good because I'm changing careers here in about two months, but my parents aren't very bad financial situation. They're both retired. They bring in good money. But they also spend a ton of money, and they've got about one hundred and fifty thousand dollars or more worth of debt, and I have talked to them they're they're planning on moving in with us because every month they they can't afford to pay their bills. And I wanna make sure we want to help them out. But I wanna make sure they don't end up living with us for forever. We have a new baby on the way and value our privacy. And what do they mean? They bring in. I I would say they probably bring in about one hundred and twenty five hundred and thirty year with their various retirements, and how old are they? Seventy and sixty five okay. And so they make plenty of money. They have just misbehaved they they've lived well beyond their means. In congress. Yes, they're misbehaved you. So how is moving in with you helping? Nine hundred ninety year, roll up your sleeves and Palffy dadgum debt. Well, right now they can't afford living in their house. I believe they're paying twenty five hundred a month somewhere around there. So sell it and go rent something. Go rent something for half of that. And get your butt out of debt. You make a hundred and twenty thousand a year. The problem is I sat down and went through their budget with him basically, set up a budget for them a couple of maybe a month ago and even with selling their house and taking that payment out. They don't have money on because of all of the payments that they're making on their various debts. And so I set up a plan with him. What are they what are they own cars? I think about fifteen on a car, which they are telling me they will not sell there. Do not let these people move in with you. They are not that they are misbehaving, and they are not dealing with the core problem you want this more than they want it. Well, that's very true. My wife keeps saying that very thing. This is not good. They need to go rent, something cheap and get with a financial coach and get into financial peace university and sell everything in sight and rent a thousand dollar place, and or an eight hundred dollar place and drive a thousand dollar car and they make one hundred twenty five to one hundred and forty or whatever it is. You thought they made and they pay off one hundred thousand they can pay off a hundred thousand but they spend money like there in congress. True. Housing is not their problem. The person in the mirror is their problem. Well, you're right. I guess my question is if they if they do end up moving in with us, which I just moved. I know I know you did I they've already moved in some of their stuff in Tampa their house what what would be your recommendation for.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:18 min | 3 years ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Five. Matthew starts off this hour in Little Rock, Arkansas. Hi, matthew. How are you? I'm great, Dave. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? So I'll spend my situation. I'm a part time worker in college right now, I go to community college because I didn't want to live anywhere, and it's really cheap and easy for right now. So I'm getting my basic courses down there. And I plan on transferring to university of central Arkansas after I finish up. My genetics to get a business major. I don't have any debt right now from scholarships. My parents, I don't have any student loans or anything good times and keep my grades up. I make about journal idea, but maybe ten thousand six hundred years. I'm wondering from your perspective. What can I do now to go ahead and get my back financial future started? I have not opened yet. But I went and consulted with yesterday with my uncle who is a financial Edward Jones. And I'm getting ready to open up a Roth IRA with okay. I would not do that. Yet. I would not do that this year. Here's the math. Matthew is a better investment than mutual funds. Because of the way you're going about this. And what you're using to study you getting your business degree completely debt free and actually graduating is going to bring you more money than that. Roth IRA will bring you you are a better investment than mutual fund. And so what I'm going to do if I'm in your shoes, I'm going to place my money in the highest returning investment. Which is you. In other words, I want you to pile up the huge pile of cash that is an insurance policy that you graduate with your business degree on time and debt free. That's more important than a Roth IRA. So I wouldn't in your situation. I would not do long term investing until you graduate. Okay. You see why? Yes, sir. Because you've got you've got this dialed in very carefully. And you don't have an extra fifty thousand dollars laying around to ensure that Matthew graduates that free right? You're you're watching every penny. You're being very wise. You're thinking you're working you're doing all the right stuff to graduate and the graduate debt free, and that is a better investment than a Roth. Okay. So get out of school, and then start your Roth, and you'll be very very wealthy. You're going to be just fine. So I would not do that. And it's a mathematical thing, the you're gonna make more from the knowledge, you get in a business degree and from having the business degree, then you will make on a mutual fund education is a good investment wind unwisely, and you are doing it wisely. Pete is with us in Cincinnati. Hey, pete. How are you? I'm better than I deserve, brother. It's an honor to talk to you you too, sir. What's up? I have one question. My wife, and I have been doing your plan for about four years. Now, it's been accused blessing where yeah. I got out of about one hundred thousand dollars of debt and we've saved up three to six months, which is good 'cause I'm changing careers hearing about two months, but my parents aren't very bad financial situation. They're both retired. They bring in good money. But they also spend a ton of money and they've got about one hundred and fifty thousand dollars or more worth of cat. And I have talked to them they're they're planning on moving in with us because every month they they can't afford to pay all of their bills. And I wanna make sure we want to help them out. But I wanna make sure they don't end up living with us for forever. We have a new baby on the way and value our privacy. And what do they make? They bring in. I I would say they probably bring in. About one hundred twenty five or one hundred and thirty a year with their various retirements, and how old are they? Seventy and sixty five okay. And so they make plenty of money. They have just misbehaved they lived well beyond their means. In congress. Misbehaved? So how is moving in with you helping? Hundred year, roll up your sleeves and Palffy dadgum debt. Well, right now they can't afford living in their house. Well, how much is your house? I'm believe paying twenty five hundred a month somewhere around there, so sell it and go rent something. Go rip something for half of that. And get your butt out of debt. You make one hundred twenty thousand a year. The problem is I sat down and went through their budget with him basically, set up a budget for them a couple of maybe a month ago and even with selling their house and taking that payment out. They don't have money on because of all of the payments that they're making on on their various debts. And so I set up a plan with them. What are they what are they own cars? I think about fifteen on a car, which they are telling me they will not sell. I do not let these people move in with you. They are not that they are misbehaving, and they are not dealing with the core problem you want this more than they want it. Well, that's very true. My wife keeps saying everything this is not good. They need to go rent, something cheap and get with a financial coach and get into financial peace university and sell everything in sight and rent a thousand dollar place, and or an eight hundred dollar place and drive a thousand dollar car, and they make a hundred and twenty five to one hundred and forty or whatever it is. You thought they made and they pay off one hundred thousand they can pay off a hundred thousand but they spend money like there in congress. True. Housing is not their problem. The person in the mirror is their problem. Well, you're right. I guess my question is if they if they do end up moving in with us, which I just moved. I know I know you did I they've already moved in some of their stuff in simple sell their house. What what would be your recommendation? Toward trying to put some type of plan in place to where they're not here forever. I would put heavy requirements on them. They sell the car and they'd be on the budget. They go through financial picture versity. And they go see a financial kosher that all happens in the first thirty days or you need to look for new place. And guess what? They're gonna do. They're going to move out because they're not ready to deal with you because they're not ready to be what their stuff, and you're not going to be strong enough to do that. Let's put your wife worried about you're going to have to put some stuff. That's good for them. Being the what's good for them. And I'm not gonna participate. They're crazy. Have you booked your timeshare for the summer yet? Did you get the week? You wanted in the location you wanted if you said, no, well, that's probably because I non timeshare owner rented before you had a chance to if you're tired of paying for something you can't.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And her mother is in the play as well that was part of the journal idea of this play. Right. That all of these generations of women would be in it because why? Well, I started with the prompt that was given to me as a teenager, which is can you draw a personal connection between your own life and the constitution. So I didn't actually begin with the four generations of women. I began with myself, and I just started very plainly saying like, okay, what what constitutional decisions have affected my life the most. And of course, I got pretty quickly to reproductive rights and to Roe v. Wade. And then while researching that and realizing that those were all located in the amendment fourteen section one and the ninth amendment the right to privacy. I in doing my research realize that almost all the decisions having to do with women's bodies had been made. Made with the help of these two amendments. And then I thought well if I'm going to talk about what's personally affected my life. A huge part of my life has been this legacy of domestic violence in my family that I grew up knowing about and obviously affected my mom, very deeply affected. My understanding of what it means to be a woman in this culture. And so I decided I would just keep following the prompt as far as it could go and that took me back four generations. So in the play you keep coming back to this constitutional idea of a bra. Your I mentioned concerns arguments before the supreme court about the ninth amendment. It's my favorite again. I would suspect that ninety nine point something percent of Americans would not be able to say what the ninth amendment is. Yes. On a play a bit of you performing that are a number talk. William Douglas, the supreme court Justice when he talked about the nine he used the word number. What is it? Well, gentlemen. Here. I am standing in the light. And there you are sitting in the darkness and. This space between us the space right here. Partial illumination shot in space. This is a pin number. It.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And her mother is in the play as well. That was part of the journal idea of this playwright that all of these generations of women would be in it because why? Well, I started with the prompt that was given to me as a teenager, which is can you draw a personal connection between your own life and the constitution. So I didn't actually begin with the four generations of women. I began with myself, and I just started very plainly saying like, okay, what what constitutional decisions have affected my life the most. And of course, I got pretty quickly to reproductive rights and to Roe v. Wade. And then while researching that and realizing that those were all located in the amendment fourteen section one and the ninth amendment right to privacy. I in doing my research realized that almost all the decisions having to do with women's bodies had been made. With the help of these two amendments. And then I thought well, if I'm gonna talk about what's personally affected my life. A huge part of my life has been this legacy of domestic violence in my family that I grew up knowing about and obviously affected my mom, very deeply affected. My understanding of what it means to be a woman in this culture. And so I decided I would just keep following the prompt as far as it could go and that took me back four generations. So in the play you keep coming back to this constitutional idea of a pin? Number your I mentioned concerns arguments before the supreme court about the ninth amendment. It's my favorite which again, I would suspect that ninety nine point something percent of Americans would not be able to say what the ninth amendment is. Yes. On a play a bit of you performing that. Our number talk. The supreme court Justice when he talked about the men the nine he used the word. What is it? Well, gentlemen. Here. I am. And there you are sitting in the darkness and this space between us the space right here. A shadowy space. This is a pin number. It.

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"a journal ideas" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"a journal ideas" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"We are the women veterans women service antedates who are running as Democrats in the cycle, and they give me inspiration in get me off every day because this is a free on out of body process. Inexperienced in to have those other women that I know are out there being very same very hard things every day a really inspire me. And I don't don't know them only twisted last once. That's awesome. It's amazing. What do you do when you just feel overwhelmed by all this? So I get in my pajamas, and I get I get I get in my room. I watch inevitably the might my favorite shows now are of the Americans or game of thrones. How the Americans. I know you're not done yet though. Clear. I am done. I finished. I just finished into thumbs me out. And literally last week would incredible finale, right? Yeah. No. It was actually really good. So it's one of those shows that actually got better every season. Just choose a near deer part of my life is this I grew up in the kind of bacteria, Cold War. I served at that, you know that period. So it actually resonates with. You turns out the Russians are not good guys. Really? That's actually why I like game of thrones so much that was from the time when I was born so something you can identify. Yeah. I can completely relate to it. And I can't wait for the new season to struggle of dragons one of the star twenty thirty. Yeah. Exactly never Christie. How do you consume the news? So I lead the New York Times, I read the Wall Street Journal idea that on my phone, and I read the Atlantic. I need the communists. I do not end tape it for them. I'm sorry. What paper paper actually perform thing? Yeah. The inquirer. My my local paper of record the comes to my cell phone with an update every day like on various things. And so I am a multi media conservatives dig it. Excellent. Okay. If you could Amazon prime one book. To Donald Trump. What would that book be? So I just read a book that was called. I believe it was mountains beyond mountains and speaking of sort of being this under station. It was about eighty about this one doctor who really made a huge difference into than kind of like a modern day mother. Theresa of a month Mother Teresa's pretty modern day on and I would send that to him. So that he would understand that humans have an impact one person can have an impact, and he is having impacted is incredibly destructive not just for our nation, but for the planet to you. That's awesome. I can't wait to check that out. I heard this thing I heard this, quote the other day from someone saying we don't really understand it here because. Unless it's rusher or maybe England or France, it doesn't really affect the American people when someone is elected the president of another country. But for so many other countries in the world, it really matters who the American president is. And that is such a different perspective that we need to get a handle on in that. I don't think he totally grasps or maybe he doesn't Tirlian. That's the problem. Anyways, Chrissy, this has been awesome. Yeah. Really awesome. Thank you so much for making time for us. We really appreciate it. You already did this. We're we're can our listeners. Follow you online one last time. Lander ki ay on Twitter Ma Facebook a force for Siegel. A hand for converse dot com..

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