17 Burst results for "A. Small"

"a. small" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

04:45 min | Last month

"a. small" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"Bit deeper. Great thanks. Is. Switching. Around. He. Chair Yeah Your book by the way in A. Small choice good, yeah Not, too thick. I was looking at it. The Damn you know used to be pretty intellectual knows young. Could actually right and stuff. Surprised As good. Wow you'll good in those days. Fast is of the past. And give. Them. There was someone else on muted I don't know if it was A. They WanNa mute again. Maybe it was a Sarah I'm having a hard time seeing the screen. As we do have some questions in chat so I'll read Edward, Edward Asks recently my wife, and I spent a great deal of time imagining that life could be better elsewhere in the UK Ra-. My family are someplace else as long as it's not here. Is there no elsewhere then why am I drawing basell swam as you know I mean there's always elsewise. I always look at things in. Life for me is the easy if I go somewhere else but somewhere else now he's getting his life slash everywhere else who's got problems. So far more important anthony firstly to actually. Experienced those difficulties and try and deal with them first. And then if I move somewhere else and I'll be able to do the same thing so that that's the first thing that I look. So. Anyway. That's my answer to that. But yeah, there's always the places and then got if there's a place that really resonates with you go. Pierre I believe this peer aggression were I. Don't think this is a question aggression workplaces. NICI on. Stare long enough into the abyss fighting monsters. Make sure you won't be like one. Right. Eighty. Yeah I mean the main the main thing is with with that thing is the do you WanNa be like that I mean don't don't don't practice aggression as the first. Postal second tactic you know the aggression is is at the end. In the first thing is to see if you can, you can work bill bridges because basically once once on life at other people including not lie. So it's very important to. Practice. The way that you really want to be in your own aw man I don't WanNa press aggression nowhere it leads. Things are Liam I. saw you had a muted yourself I don't know if you had a question. Address Liam welcome back. Those. Wounded Say. Accurate, US..

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"a. small" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:13 min | Last month

"a. small" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Emerged these two worlds. Yes together. You know for A. Small business start up with limited resources there. There's certain things we wanted to put in place that we felt like were manageable with this stage of operation. So the biggest one is being selective on. The type of clients that we work with is so we have a formal Yukos fought like an application to work with organization with in which we're assessing the mission organization has That's one thing that we do a second in our hiring process is really important for us to have a we values driven hiring process to ensure that you don't just have the skill sets to your job. You're also GONNA be a good culture fit and you have the same worldview that we operate with Another thing that we do is we are member of one percent for the planet. So we donate one percent of gross revenue to environmental nonprofit organizations. So you've integrated in that, you have a strong vision and what is that that particular vision that you have? I think you addressed it while at the beginning of the conversation, which is a lot of. Shifting. This may sound woo but the consciousness which conscious millionaire I'm sure you're familiar with that phrase I. It's a shifting through the products and the authors of the boats that remarketing It's really haunted on ARY supporting people to ship the relationship to themselves shifting their relationship to people they interact with on a day-to-day basis in I would say the third curler with the environment really comes into play with or support one percent for the planet. In trying to minimise or armed to the world as redoing good for the planet. And you could have gone in many directions. You chose digital marketing you chose to to work with thought leaders and. Thought leaders are are still early, somewhat early stage five and six figure of people who are building their businesses. How did you choose how to niche down and decide this was the problem we're gonNA solve this is the solution we're going to provide..

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"a. small" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:03 min | 2 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We spoke last them we ever. was. A. Small Group yet thing Yam. Local suppliers. That grow older. For example guide, US has a farm all organic. Produce it is own beef. An he's he's wanted a supplier. So able engage healthy beef without the hormone treatment than. Feeds and and all the chemicals that they use and the vaccines that the. US. On the animals. Very Limited exposure anything like that. So you have much better quality food. obviosuly more nutrients delight Senate he is one supplier. Say I`ve Slowly gathering. Your main stay food light industrial. Local. Potato State. lot of fruit. Grown, locally the. at-bat Bacon or or supplier at just lined up this. Aren't we have. released. And things come foster. Shortly well, that's. Huge. Yes. It's really all it is is a group of. Forty dear, fifty just local modem producers they have somewhere to. Sell their product most small producers can't supply supermarkets eater in volume are at the price state, the mind and the soul that you know. While, this is that's the best news I've heard this whole three interview sat you're going to be. So you take when things get bad you're not GonNa Starve. No. It seems to be. This is where this local things goal is the. Food supply. Like I've been, it's not. Advertised or in the news much. The online. From. Skin? slobby..

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"a. small" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:21 min | 2 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"And. So now he's essentially agreed to let the door remained closed, but he'll take whatever toy he's waiting to play with just kind of like your Bathroom Oh my Gosh So that's that's a lot of fun for me additionally. This morning. So this is very fresh that's a good word to use during pup fresh. I was still upstairs and I heard him go ooh and like running to the bathroom and I looked down over the the railing and there was an actual actual poop shot is of like a cue ball like a pool ball hold. On one before it will. What was it? No. No I mean we. Could mean other things. Just on the floor on. As. A large circular POOP I. It was real circular didn't like infinitely large but should more things Golf Yakov? Yeah guess go a little bit bigger than. Smaller than q mall is like an an. Unstoppable job break the bigger the big job art offer. You we. Even feels a little, maybe a golf ball. In any case not let's not stop until we find it. What was the size of this I must snow Too Big but a golf balls to small very. Specific. Tried to like make it with your hands. Can't hell am I taking your hands into account or is it just the negatives? Not just negative space? Okay. So it's like a it's it's challenging Small? Business. All definitely. Police. Speak, this is a sports podcast. Look the appropriate podcasts if you could relate it to ball would be the bank. Her having cricket balls loser like baseball sizes right. Yeah I feel like speaker. or equal to. In my head of baseball and a tennis ball are the same size but I would bet a baseball's maybe a little smaller. Boy The insight..

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"a. small" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Impression that you did have absolutely that and if you don't, I'm going to have to ask you to leave. This audio medium. Thank you what else happened in Sports Ashley Oh Gosh. We have to go fast. The chiefs looked like they were GONNA lose Patrick Mahomes is like Nah. So good and he's so much fun to watch what else happened. The Patriots. which like they might pull off a win turns out. Turns out now. It was that was a really exciting game though and I'll tell you look. It's not a popular opinion for a patriots. Fan To have I did not think we were going to win that game and we kept it much closer than I thought we were going to because yes, we have cabin cameras. Awesome. But people forgetting that a lot of patriots opted out of the season this year ash we also don't. We also lost some in free agency. It's a very different teams I wasn't expecting the seahawks have been quote unquote like rebuild esque for the last few years like we're they're always on the verge of this being their years like they are much more ready. So that game to me was good even though it was not a win and bad. Okay. That's a moral victory. I was moral victory who love a moral victory and was last night finding nine. smurfs you because that's not very sarcastic. Lessening, the death star opened first game at Allegiance Stadium The raiders beat the saints and I am not GonNa lie I went to sleep because I've been having a lot of trouble sleeping.

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"a. small" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"And For, reasons I can't fathom it actually works a lot better. No doubt. It's the same stuff. Everything positions exactly the same but I think because there's less stuff in there the get in the way it's easier to find how to do what I. WanNa. Do also think about three D printing versus three, three, three coat. You can keep it in. You can keep your view between surface. And Vauxhall. To your detriment. Because, sometimes, you can't go from surface to Vauxhall because the surface just doesn't allow it to go to boxer or the Vauxhall doesn't allow it to go surface three D. printing actually does that automatically for you. So if you're doing something in Three D. Printing and it's better to do it as Vauxhall's, it'll vauxhall a allies for you. Without you even knowing it. Giving you a nice clean cut. Nice. Clean cuts on things. Like with what you described with blender. You cut things away and then bringing the original file and then Bouillon stuff out. So you can do multi, multi, multi, multi material prints. It's just very complex to do. It takes a long time tedious tedious. Yes. Very tedious but it did work and I tried it with the dragon to object. I I. Did a quick plane cut separating the capsule from the trunk. And I also severed the umbilical core? There's like A. Small. Sliver of the capsule that goes down below the bottom of the capsule and attached to the trunk as a kind of an umbilical to the trunk. Cut Right through that. Make it easy and then I zoomed in on the trunk half and then cut that little part out, turned the capsule back on and bullying them back together. So it made it really easy to cut I then made a little cylinder created a cylinder object. Positioned it up into the back of the trunk and use the trunk to bully in the shape of the bottom of the trunk. onto the cylinder, sliced the bottom of the cylinder off size the exact same length of the inside of the trunk. So that's my support material that will support the bottom of the trunk when I printed nozzle. CAPSULE NOSE UP K. That would then give me nice clean support if I use PECI with repeal a object. Then, sliced the trunk and half. So that I have the black radio part, which is a very interesting kind of. Pattern and then the white solar part kind of a solar cell sometimes, they put solar cells up there. So I, got the black and the white got my support, and then I have the separate capsule. So when I when I then moved to simplify three..

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"a. small" Discussed on Brunch

Brunch

05:06 min | 4 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Brunch

"Depression and so like. That November like pry like late October full November December. Portion of the calendar is going to be tough especially if you consider the fact that we're probably heading into a second wave. I Right I was recently at. A beach found it. It was safe beachgoing for sure found a A. Small Beach where there weren't a bunch of people everybody was a million miles apart, which is the only way I was well to do it but. You're just sitting there and. I'd gone in the water and I was looking at I was like. I feel like really good right now and That yielded some. Well sure you should It's a nice day. You're like we're doing this nice thing. Now was like, yeah but. But it's summer. And I usually don't feel during the summer. So this is a one minute little break where I feel content for a little bit I am trying to get in that did get me into this. So I've been on a boat the previous week went to the beach last weekend. I'm giving myself a quota of once a week I need to get in water. I know if I have time to do it this weekend really tomorrow's my best bet of I got to find some way to get into some water but I think that that's a good. Thing for the old brain. Is a bath count. It would but I'm not doing that or shop aren't. That I haven't I haven't made the what do we make glory time? Well, like a like a riding lawn mower and a bath essentially remember. Shower, were you still and move around but it was just you waterboard yourself. I forget what that whole that whole like plan was, but it sounded great at the time. I mean we were both acknowledging. It was not create the time. Well, no. So also I remember it was it was basically like a like a track where you sit in a chair and it takes you around a track around the water. So you don't have to sit in the same place in waterboard yourself for like an hour you know that..

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"a. small" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission

B2B Marketers on a Mission

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission

"I think. The one of the really powerful things that I got this and I was on a couple of different webinars. Different levels of people from an organization participating in there was like an opportunity with the person leading that recognize like explain what what's basically been challenging you and all levels of the organization from the C. Suite to the VP's to the managers to the employees who is being. Asked to reduce their time the disruption in the the pace of change was something that you know I think it's calming down now as an start to open up that pace inching with super disrupted for people not knowing the unknown. So having I mean it's it's kind of not answering question but I think that the talking and listening to your people from all levels and understanding like even your clients if you're just like me, I'm A. Small Company, but my clients I want to hear from them what are their pain points? What's changed? For them and what's actually stayed the same. So I think there's like a couple of spins to to answer your question is if you can actually get that you, you're providing you're moving your football from here to here, and that's what you're your Gig or your job or your puzzle piece in the organization. Are you good at that argument joined? We literally have an opportunity to disrupt the heck out of ourselves. I personally am in the middle of that because I left two great apartments in Toronto like it offense mine and I just gave notice on June first wherever to give my not. My stuff still and we allowed to swear. To. Apartment it but I don't. Like literally questioning, where do I need to be to have this kind of business transaction business input and impact that I wanna have in the world and the answers anywhere with WIFI Wifi. Yeah. Good. Powerful consistent Wifi exactly and that I mean I've got a good friend if she showed up to is project get rural high speed. Internet. Out there for very cheap like this is a really when you look at where did you wanna live in the city? Where do you live in the country Kinda place in the world? Do you want to be you guys would know I've been no. It doesn't matter. I'm still having impact on world. No matter where I am Somalian higher like digital nomad life really planning for that I've got a bunch thanks to clean up and have fun in the summer in Toronto. And then we'll see later. You know I just need some watt. So I don't know I think. Challenge everything find what you love what you love about what you love about what you're doing..

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"a. small" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

Hey B*tch!

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

"You, and if this is how you're going to be than I need to detach, because I can't be putting my one hundred percent out there, and then only getting fifty percent pack, and he fucking shaped up immediately. He was like that was a mistake. I would never do that again like he was very. He was on it. He never never happened again. And that's trust is like if someone tells you, that was a mistake, and you give them that trust, and then they never break it again then you're like okay. You're to be trusted in tabloids. Actions so when it comes down to stuff like that only oh! He likes to reunite as this does. Like don't get too attached and just kinda take it. And most of the time. If you take note and start treating him in that way, they come crawling back. Chasing when you like stop giving it should so this why you have to set that boundary? You have to put the line in the sand and say this is. Where I, I'm bringing the table Gina. Billy the staple louder guys table to have this idea, or it's like at least in my experience. I hope it's not the truth all across the board, but in my experience, a lot of guys seem to have the idea like the shooter. You treat a girl more likely. She's going to be with you or stay with you in Boston amateur as y'All. BITCHES! A. Young girls young young inexperienced girls who wants to start reaching like the older more experience if you women don't have time for that him, yeah, if you just women like this like more experience women, they're just not gonNA fucking. Put up with dude. You can meet, and it's I I remember hearing because my mom had told me that, said Women Fuck who they want. Men Folk, who can. We have a lot of options. Yeah, we actually do. We have like so many, but it's like. Oh, there's not a great option. If you start trading the. They're not really a deal. With for a long time. Yeah, yeah, it's all about what you want. You know at the timing of two people knowing what they want and finding each other. Yeah, if they really WanNa, be with you. Don't be feel the same way with friends, don't you? 'cause I feel like when I was younger I was so bummed. I didn't have a group of friends and I totally relate to that still, but where I'm like I'm glad I did find a group of friends, but at that time you know. I was like man. I really want friends and I feel like I would have been friends with anybody and. Like. The people that I that really mean something that I feel like fit my same values in. And goals and beliefs, and all that stuff, and so I think I'm actually more grateful that I didn't have that group of friends yet. Because some of the people I see that did have that group of friends they they're trying to grow and like. Their Group of friends isn't growing with them and it. Kinda Kinda like crabs in a bucket, and they pull each other down and innate small town mentality, yeah! They almost feel obligated to their old friends just because they've been friends for so long, and they can't have conversations with them. I can't say talk about certain fate. I relate like I'm literally one of those people for sure like I. Have a friend that I've known my entire life in his dislike. We grow. We grew apart and this is really hard because you have that loyalty of the. I guess what you know of length of time that we've known each other and how much we've been through with each other, but in the NFL, like we're not really like the best for each other. It's very interesting, because unlike all meet new friends or all dates in one, and then I was here them. Season we like only I'll meet a friend. He's who'll, but he doesn't being ruler dish ready talks about. Hearing. Outside it was like. Why are you still friends with this person you know, but she's like well. You know we've been friends for so long as like no dude. I don't get that really matters like if I, was friends with someone for like a decade knife out. They were raging homophobe or racist another stick around us because we've been together for so long to call you on your shit. Not Be friends that you need more. You know right exactly and I think I don't know about you. Gina but I feel like I. only develop that. That from like kind of being alone, and getting to know myself in where what I'm willing to put up with, and not willing to put up with, and you know where I set that bar and I it comes with a little bit of experience of dealing with people and dealing with different friendships in having to break up with certain friends and stuff, but ultimately I feel like. You know knowing that first, and then finding your circle helps. Keep Quality Friends, yeah! I mean I. Have Friends thought were like in my early to go? Yeah, we're going to beat each other's weddings when it rolled together yellow children in our lawn and then. Years you grow, and you realize like Oh. You know like. I want a friendship ship. Anymore you know and that's okay like it doesn't have to Fi- outlive. shitting wages amicably amicably, unclear clear way. Yeah and then I think. Also learn! A. Small Group of close friends, his woj better than fucking huge group of I'd rather know you. Three ninety percent, the know.

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"a. small" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Before Breakfast

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"a. small" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Before Breakfast

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"a. small" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

05:54 min | 9 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Capital one knows. Life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they created you. Know the capital one assistant that catches things that might look wrong with your credit card like over tipping duplicate charges or potential fraud. Then sends an alert to your phone and helps you fix it? It's another way. Capital one is watching out for your money when you're not capital one. What's in your wallet? See CAPITAL ONE DOT com for details. What Made Vincent Van Gogh One of the greatest painters and most tortured souls of all time? Was Harry Houdini predestined to become the great escape artists based on his family's great escape. I'm Dr Gail Saltz. And on my new podcast personality. I'll be joined by amazing experts to delve into the minds of famous historical figures. If you want to know what really made exceptional people tick? Then take a listen to personality. Find Personality on March ninth on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcast. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to before breakfast. A production of iheartradio. Good Morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to keep small things. Small not everything warrants a big response and by keeping small things small as the saying goes you save your time and energy for things that truly do warrant your attention. You'll probably be happier to if you're like most people you no doubt. Find yourself annoyed when things in life aren't quite right. I know I do. Maybe your neighbor leaves his garbage bins on the curb for days. Or maybe your workplace sends pointless email newsletters that you can't unsubscribe from if you're listening to this podcast. My guess is that you have high standards for yourself and you try to find solutions to problems that come up in your life. That's generally a good thing. Sometimes though are attempts to find solutions can cost more than the problems they're trying to solve. That's when it pays to keep small things small. The first way to keep small things small is to recognize them as small things. Ask Yourself. How much does this affect my life for the lives of the people I care about? Sometimes the answer will be not much. These are occasions to practice patients. You can smile after someone cuts in front of you in the line to exit from the highway. Maybe the person is thoughtless jerk. Or maybe it's a tourist in a rental car who had no idea that that's where the exit was in any case. You know that you will still get to work on time at your high paying job where you challenging meaningful work alongside clever colleagues. I mean really. What does it matter to you if you're not sure whether you're dealing with a small thing try what Richard Carlson author of? Don't sweat the small stuff. 'cause the time warp. Imagine yourself a year from now. How much does this issue matter? Most likely you won't remember your commute two days from now let alone a year from now or you can ask yourself. Whose issue is this anyway. It might be nice if your colleague didn't use double exclamation points and all his emails but this hardly reflects upon you. You might prefer that. Your High Schooler. Look a little less like. She had slept in her clothes but again to each her own psychologist. Wendy mogul in her book. The blessing of B minus encourages parents to allow themselves to appreciate. Their kids is figure out who they are even when their tastes or hobbies may seem a little odd she offers an old Hebrew prayer. Thank you God for varying the creatures the next time you find yourself about to get annoyed or want to fix something. That isn't actually your problem. Just say to yourself what a world plenty of surprises and leave other people to their exclamation points or oddball fashion. Sometimes though you may feel like a small thing is having an adverse effect on you or someone else in you feel the urge to address it even then a little perspective as wise I find it helpful to imagine how conversation about the issue might unfold. Suppose you have a monthly conference call that consistently starts ten minutes late you faithfully log on at the scheduled time only to spend ten minutes talking about the weather as you think about bringing this up with the person who convenes the call. Try to imagine what you would say. Try to imagine how he might respond. Are you feeling stumped about what you might say? That doesn't sound petty about the ten minutes every month or you have to talk about the weather if so plan for the delay. Come up with your best weather jokes or just dial in late yourself other times. Though imagining the conversation will help you figure out how to keep a small thing in perspective well constructively addressing it. Suppose you frequently learn about special programs at your kid's school just a few days before you either scramble to Rearrange Your work schedule. Your kids are disappointed when you can't be there at first blush. She might think to respond to the teachers next email with your frustration about this but that might make the teacher feel guilty and probably doesn't help the long term goal of good relationship so instead you envision another option when you have a hunch that there's an event coming up you reach out to your child's teacher to ask if there's something you should anticipate hello. Mrs Rogers with Spring break around the corner. I wondered if there might be a class party. I'm eager to get it on the calendar so I can arrange my schedule to attend. Hopefully that will elicit at least tentative information. And maybe even nudge. The teacher give a little more notice for special events in the future. You kept the small things small while still addressing an issue that was bothering you. How do you manage to keep small things small.

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"a. small" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

05:54 min | 9 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they created. Know the capital, one assistant that catches things that might look wrong with your credit card like over tipping duplicate charges or potential fraud. Then sends an alert to your phone and helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching out for your money when you're not. Capital one. What's in your wallet? SEE CAPITAL ONE DOT com for details. What Made Vincent Van Gogh? One of the greatest painters and most tortured souls of all time was Harry Houdini predestined to become the great escape artists on his family's great escape I'm Dr Gail Saltz and on my new podcast personality I'll be joined by amazing experts to delve into the minds of famous historical figures. If you want to know what really made exceptional, people tick, then take a listen to personality, find personality on March ninth on the iheartradio, APP on Apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to before breakfast a production of iheartradio. Good Morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to keep small things small. Not. Everything warrants a big response and by keeping small things small as the saying goes you save your time and energy for things that truly do warrant your attention. You'll probably be happier to. If you're like most people you. No doubt find yourself annoyed. When things in life aren't quite right I know I do. Maybe. Your neighbor leaves his garbage bins on the curb for days, or maybe your workplace sends pointless email newsletters that you can't unsubscribe from. If. You're listening to this podcast. My is that you have high standards for yourself, and you try to find solutions to problems that come up in your life. That's generally a good thing. Sometimes though are attempts to find solutions can cost more than the problems they're trying to solve. That's when it pays to keep small things small. The first way to keep small things small is to recognize them as small things. Ask Yourself. How much does this affect my life for the lives of the people I care about? Sometimes, the answer will be not much. These are occasions to practice patients. You can smile after someone cuts in front of you and the line to exit from the highway. Maybe the person is thoughtless jerk. Or. Maybe it's a tourist in a rental car. Who had no idea that that's where the exit was? In any case, you know that you will still get to work on time at your high paying job where you challenging meaningful work alongside clever colleagues I mean really. What does it matter to you? If you're not sure whether you're dealing with a small thing, try what Richard Carlson author of. Don't sweat. The small stuff caused a time warp. Imagine yourself a year from now. How much does this issue matter? Most likely you won't remember your commute two days from now. Let alone a year from now. Or you can ask yourself. Whose issue is this anyway? It might be nice if your colleague didn't use double exclamation points and all his emails, but this hardly reflects upon you. You might prefer that your high schooler look a little less like she had slept in her clothes. But again to each her own. Psychologist Wendy Mogul in her book, the blessing of B minus encourages parents to allow themselves to appreciate. Their kids is figure out who they are. Even when they're tastes or hobbies may seem a little odd. She offers an old Hebrew prayer. Thank you God for varying the creatures. The next time you find yourself about to get annoyed or want to fix something that isn't actually your problem. Just say to yourself. What a world plenty of surprises! And leave other people to their exclamation points or oddball fashion. Sometimes, though you may feel like a small thing is having an adverse effect on you or someone else in. You feel the urge to address it. Even, then a little perspective as wise. I find it helpful to imagine how conversation about the issue might unfold. Suppose you have a monthly conference? Call that consistently starts ten minutes late. You faithfully laws on at the scheduled time only to spend ten minutes talking about the weather. As you think about bringing this up with the person who convenes the call, try to imagine what you would say. Try to imagine how he might respond. Are you feeling stumped about what you might say. That doesn't sound petty about the ten minutes every month or you have to talk about the weather. If so plan for the delay. Come up with your best weather jokes or just dial in late yourself. Other Times though imagining the conversation will help you figure out how to keep a small thing in perspective well constructively addressing it. Suppose you frequently learn about special programs at your kid's school just a few days before. You either scramble to Rearrange Your work. Schedule your kids are disappointed when you can't be there. At first blush. She might think to respond to the teachers next email with your frustration about this. But that might make the teacher feel guilty and probably doesn't help the long term goal of good relationship. So instead you envision another option. When you have a hunch that there's an event coming up. You reach out to your child's teacher to ask if there's something you should anticipate. Hello Mrs Rogers with Spring break around the corner. I wondered if there might be a class party. I'm eager to get it on the calendar so I can arrange my schedule to attend. Hopefully that will elicit at least tentative information, and maybe even nudge the teacher give a little more notice for special events in the future. You kept the small things small while still addressing an issue that was bothering you. How do you manage to keep small things small.

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"a. small" Discussed on First Take

First Take

07:15 min | 10 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on First Take

"A voice from within within the team. The best teams always have someone in that locker room that when things are going back they can rally you and get you Earl Watson to me when I put it. Ucla Watson was that guy he was he was even get anybody's face a talk to him at any point in time and challenge them and there were fights in the locker room because of it. But guess what on the flip side of it. We got better as not matt. Barnes was that guy. Baas was afraid of getting anybody else's face sometimes. Confrontations are good right now. I don't know who can hold anybody accountable from inside the Locker Room Room. That's not a coach for the seventy sixers. And that's what part of the coach's job to find that person will isn't the part of the management jobs or make sure that you you understand in your personal brand okay. I think it's on it's on him and it starts with the ownership. Elton Brand think did a bad job of bringing his his his fixing of the team. He had a lot of money to spend. He didn't bring in players. Who actually fixed? I get that although the owner made him keep Colangelo staff which is a disaster waiting to happen but it really starts with ownership but when you look at embiid and Simmons you WanNa call him a poor man's shack and penny fine. Although Simmons has a chance to be better than penny was even the point is shock and penny for all the dysfunction in the EGO backbiting and stuff. They went to the finals. They won sixty games a year after they went to the finals. And when you have two special players like that in the playoffs when they're better than anyone except maybe one penny when you're looking for the perfect way to surprise the most important people in your life the only place to go is one eight hundred flowers dot com. Just think how special make them feel with a fresh and vibrant bouquet of roses. One eight hundred flowers is perfect for any occasion. Anniversaries birthdays or Valentine's right now. 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The last night we saw Bogdanovich hit the game winner for the jazz beating the rockets one fourteen to one thirteen in Houston. So we've seen the changes at the rockets made Stephen. A Smith is the rockets small ball proving to be a mistake fall so far it is. I mean listen. We look at the Lakers opening Once they made the trade for Covington. And what have you COVINGTON. Play that really really fabulous game Friday tonight. What have you and Russell Westbrook was absolutely sensational? This forty one point explosion. But let's keep in mind that since they've gone small bowl and I'm not saying 'cause I didn't look up all the stats and what they did before who covington arrive. And they went small ball really over the last three games. Sean Max the Lakers shot was was it. Like forty nine percent from the field. Phoenix shot fifty five percent from the field and forty eight percent from deport ranks. Kelly oubre went ballistic with a career game and then last last night you got utah. They what did they shoot about. Forty nine percent from the field defense is going to be a problem for the Houston Rockets. They have clearly really made the statement we can defend on the perimeter. But you can get us in the interior but it won't matter because three threes outscored courts tools. That's what they're banking on. I don't believe it will work but I'm rooting for. I don't think I don't think the loss of the jazz shows that at all in fact when you look look at the way that you always have to trade off unless you have Kevin Garnett or something like that. You're going to have to make some kind of defensive tradeoff unless you have a four five. We can defend offended space defend the paint. Do all these things. The rockets obviously don't have that but Stephen. They traded for Covington. He was in the game hitting a three that real that gave them a one point league with twenty eight seconds left then. PJ Tucker the five and they're small ball lineup. A quarter three to give them a two point lead. That should've won the game and then they defended well against against a miracle shot that beat them in the last second. That's not because of small ball. Small Ball help them there. In fact defense of course if you're missing interior defense. There are ways to exploited that. Nobody's perfect but I would not say we've seen evidence yet especially when you're integrating clink Appel is not there and now you're integrating a new piece. I don't think we've seen evidence evidence yet. That says boy the rockets worse off as I said when this deal was made instead of just being content with a second round exit given it their best shot. They're going for the knockout. They're tripling down there saying okay. We're going to launch a million threes. The only shots. We're GONNA take our from three point and in the paint Westbrook or push the pace and we're going to be okay. Stephen l let me ask you a question. If that shot doesn't go down they win the game and they've won two out of three. We feel the same way for me. Yes and that's the whole point that I was trying to make to Mac's last week. I'm not judging these three games to say. Oh this happened and no. I'm saying looking at them and imagining. What playoff basketball is like when when the game slows down? I don't believe this will work. Yeah I think I think the big thing is it's a copycat league right every professional you want to copycat what has been successful. Everybody's looking looking for like that next draymond green right the guy that he's a smaller player but we can run a lot of stuff through his versatility. We can run guys around him. Space the floor have shooters on the outside and see if we can create create. Great that you can't recreate what the warriors have done and what they did right the to the greatest shooters we've ever seen in NBA history on the same court at the same time. It's a different it kind of makeup. I think what those rocks team I don't think it's I think it's too early to say this is going to work. I think it's an adjustment period. I think we have to hold in reserve for probably another week or so. Hello to have a better glimpse and more games that are built to see. They've got to play fast. They've got to play quick. They've got to turn you over defensively and score transition and if they can do that that negates a lot of the size issues that are going to have. Yeah but I'd say what I'm saying that YOU SEAN IS I. Don't I don't disagree with your breakdown nor Max for that matter. I'm simply saying we all love the game of basketball. We've all watched it for many years. You play at a high collegiate level and I'm saying to you this looking at the Houston Rockets knowing what you know about the modern Gordon Day. NBA game going small. Where you're able to defend the perimeter? You could shoot threes but you can't guard the Interior. Does that work. Not Against the against the clippers and not against the Lakers this season James Harden got big shots on today. It's been a fun show today. Thank you for starting your week off with us. US up next is sportscenter. The color of the day was lavender..

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"a. small" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

10:12 min | 11 months ago

"a. small" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"Is the area between the Sierra Nevada and the rockies lots of really good examples parts of the great plains are doing really well North Dakota Fargo South Dakota Sioux Falls? I think there are some very good examples in Missouri. Kansas City Springfield in particular. I think are making some really good strides and then you also have some of this in places like such as Texas and also by the way these areas are. There's something I'm now beginning to study or also becoming favored places for immigrants who like other people. Let's say in this country. Say Hey look I'm not gonNA go a New York or La. Because it's too expensive. I can't start a business. I couldn't afford the rents but I can go to a second tier city. It's really quite quite an exciting time. And I think if people in the urban environment realize that this is a spread of some of the best aspects of urbanism. They should look got it in a positive way. That was Joel. Kotkin who's a presidential fellow in urban futures at Chapman University in California Joel was has a new book out titled The Human City Urbanism For the rest of us and this is the first one of the cities that made the list of our small cities. Index is the city of Hobart in Tasmania. We dispatched our correspondent Michaela. Kayla Aitken to bring us this profile of the city that stands proudly number four on our list as have listen. It's a petite and hilly city that straddles the edge of the world. It kohls Antarctica. A neighbor is often bathed in Moody of Sunlight. But it's a relatively mild climate and has a resident of wallabies roaming between backyards regardless of where you are in the city a window Dave you will include the peak of nearby Mount Wellington uneven hillside rows of obscure modernist suburbia salty seafarers holing in their latest catch to port and Decker and brutalises office buildings vying for the city's tallest tower at just twenty stories high. But don't let this laid back country feel full you. The state of Tasmania is currently the second best performing economy in Australia. Behind the state of Victoria which she's home to Melbourne Tasmania is robust. Economic performance is drew in pot two substantial population growth which has in turn driven business investment assessment in the state. This hot shaped island at the bottom of Australia is no longer. The land of retirees instead recent waves as of migration have predominantly consisted of a young workforce who are eager to open a market stall run a carpentry business. All join the city's cities growing marine and Antarctic science sectors in comparison to other mainland cities her bouts low cost of rent and overheads as as well as a welcoming professional network makes the market ripe energetic entrepreneurs the younger populations gravitation to move here eh to be part of a friendly diverse and environmentally conscious community. It's not uncommon for workers to clock from the nine to five and spend the evening evening moonlighting in a wine NBA. All neighborhood pub. This young and spirited workforce want to spend their time with energy is and in Hobart fought that energy radiates from the food and drink industry. Tasmanian tourism has long been driven by mainland is thirst for knockout restaurants and wineries the right agricultural land ped- with dedicated and talented produces has fostered a booming culinary culture with standouts. That's now including sunny. Fico Andy Mako. Even those with a modest budget are able to eat and drink extremely well here and the joy isn't limited to a few good meals. The Museum of old and you ought has been open for eight years employs more than three hundred full-time stuff and has positioned Hobart as an incredible culture destination. It's the state's second biggest attraction and in a not as local community founded. David Walsh insists on waving entry fees for all Tassie residents. There's an exciting thrown in Hobart yet the true retests will be both local and state governments capture this momentum and spending budgets in the next five years conservative voices still hold sway here and plans for bigger and better roads are weighing the apparent need for walking cycling and transport infrastructure. It has been suggested justed that the city needs a further twenty thousand people to bolster the economy and ten thousand trees to improve the streets gapes and we tend to agree more medium density. Housing would also help. Because let's face it. We should all probably move to that and start living the good life for monocle. I'm Michaela Aitken. Finally let's move further up our list for this story. We dispatched. Bunched are America's editor at large at stocker to Colorado his his report on the city that has claimed the second place in our ranking boulder nestled in valley near the rocky mountains. Boda has long attracted people for Sunny. Climate and plethora of nearby outdoor activities from hiking skiing and while oldest sporting may drew jokes about voter rights proclaimed not for outdoor gear. The city of one hundred and eight thousand. Five hundred is much more more than just that within short driving distance of Denver. The country's fifth largest airport hub Boda has always punched above its weight when it comes to work in fields as diverse as academia design and advertising as one voter resident told me when I was reporting the story for the magazine people live to work note the other way around still suitably quirky thanks to a Hippie and beat generation legacy despite the cost of living that often go with desirable locations Bodas still leads the way in the US when it comes to green space and environmental policy and it wants wants to do more. Let's hear from some of the residents themselves now. I'm joined on the phone by Daniel Eisenman senior principal at boded design and Branding Agency Stanton Tech vibe formerly known as communication arts the foam actually did the city's renowned Po Street more back then and his colleague business business. Strategist Peter Vitally first off gentlemen. I'd like to play you. The short clip from Suzanne Jones who for listeners. It's benefit was the mayor of voter for eight years until the end of November. I'll come back to you both for some thoughts after it's so we have this amazing being pipeline of brainiacs and entrepreneurs they come here that you know to go to school to work in the labs and then there's a lot of cross fertilization between the research and the business community that the folks that are trying out new things and doing startups so that is part of the as well. There's a lot of smart creative people that are attracted to live here to do. Amazing things and a workforce to be here as well. Daniel WanNa start with you just throwing back to those comments. Suzanne was talking about the sort of mixture of people in Boda. The fact that you've got a sort of academic population you got creative people you start up culture and you've got the fact that people people want to be living in Boda due to the amazing scenery and the sort of energy. I just wanted to get your comments on whether you agree with that I'm what your takeaway takeaway as I would absolutely agree with Suzanne. It's amazing you're able to strike a very interesting smart conversation with some really interesting. People will almost anywhere in boulder in. I think the exchange of ideas is what makes it so unique around here. People are pretty open to the Scots and share. What they're doing and I think that adds to the trip inertia there's chemistry happening as a result of it and I do believe more important? Is that most of these people that are here. We are besides making a great life and living in a great place. I think legitimately interested in making the world a better place. So there's a common goal. So that's what I I find very exciting about. Boulder compared with Mayor Jones will pizza. I want to take up a little bit of what Daniel was saying talking really about this so idea of community. You know it's a fairly small place and you know. Even the mayor gave the sense of people being very invested did in that community people clubbing. Together you know when I met you very much sort of connector of people. You seem to shed those feelings so I wanted to know your take on this idea of community strength in boulder. I think that there is a feature in boulder where most everyone I'm here has opted in. They have arrived in Boulder because they are seeking community they're seeking connection to nature and then what feels somewhat like a base camp of sorts here in the town of Boulder and because of that Ogden nature. Everyone has made a proactive move their own life. You've to be a part of this. Which means that you have a level of engagement that is already at a fairly high level and it's just a matter of of activating or igniting that interest.

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"a. small" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"a. small" Discussed on Do By Friday

"Try the one I like and if that doesn't get the result I need. I'll try again but he on the the phone. I really am not trying to fuck around like what I need to. Google something I sometimes I need to know what you're running late for something you need to look up the address or whatever yeah that makes sense. It's a good middle ground. I am more paranoid. I think about the stuff that goes on my would like to. I'd like to get Google out of my life like I don't. I would like Google to not know anything about me. Not use any google services but it's almost impossible to avoid like it's youtube. It's g mail like there's no competitors and every time every time one of us gets a person gets close to saying the frustrating you get close to sing like you know I really would like. I don't want to be on facebook and I don't want people tracking me me and then you get the you get the brigade by everybody's saying well you know. Facebook doesn't even need you to be logged in to understand. You and it's like it's so frustrating to me because it's like no. I guess they don't own but I is. It not conceivable that I can do things that helped me participate in that less. It seems very dangerous and very damaging to encourage people to think there's nothing they can do to help themselves that like they're foolish to try and do anything that Amelia rates their condition or that makes it makes it less easy for people to just fucking track. Everything I point of view is really unhealthy to me. You want to do as as little to contribute to the problem as you can and as much to help with two towards the solution as you can so that's why I wanNA re up guardian and again. I know I know I could trust but guardian is so fucking cool and I feel like there are ways in which I see you know. I got kind of message I've got someone who works Guardian and they've got mad at me for saying that they might be a state actor. No no no said we're not a state actor. They weren't mad. I feel so so bad about this. How would they how would they know you heard the show yeah and I said and I said I'm very skeptical of any of VPN's general because a lot of them are I like weird surveillance things and the reason the one they listen to this show to the very nice person came up to me? Ww a d. c. and got me on the Beta and I've been apparently using guardian since then and just didn't realize it was running sorry about that. I totally forgot forgot one blocker ex you don't. I don't remember I know it's so weird when you then go see somebody else's browser you look at their bras and you're like what are you looking looking at. What is that what you're pages look like all the time. Jesus Christ yeah so anyway so I can't. I can't vote for it I'm going to do I'm going to do a quarterly subscription a yearly subscription. I don't know if I like it. I do monthly I the the bid so I'm not here to vouch for the VPN part but we keep we keep returning to VPN VPN part because that's the part where people are gonNA worry. I'm talking about the firewall part. 'cause you can fucking see and working. It's it's so wild so like for example apple and had a really good interaction with the guy the guy at garden about this. I sent them up email. 'cause it's like it's suddenly turned off on on all of my devices and I think we arrived at when you do the monthly subscription. There's a chance that it's going to get confused you know and anyway short but I was on I I've but now gotten used to being on Google and he scored at the bottom of the page. If you score the bottom of Google search page right now you're GonNa see something there about your location where it's going to say Oh yeah this is your precise location or this is what we've guest from like. DVD and my always says unknown or Santa Clara now because is the VPN that I'm using is in San Jose Santa Clara County so but it's just wild because one day I was surfing around Google and I saw my location the footer and it really jumped out at me Ray because I've gotten so houston seeing something different there and when I looked in the turned off so I it's not to say I think that must have to do subscription and confusion but like I I don't you don't see that anymore. No longer is saying you are exactly here here and we know it and here's the reminder so I don't know maybe I'm living in a dream world but like I that dumb little thing my friend Chris Colin is dad always used to say you. Lock the screen door to keep the honest people honest. There's nothing to keep somebody from knocking down your screen door but having a screen door might help a little bit because it keeps the honest people honest and in that instance like having things like that using stuff liked go if you can. I don't know I don't get to a place where I'm turning. It Holden caulfield again. I just don't want to get to the place where like you start to feel concerts to feel so utterly helpless that being cynical about other people's attempts to improve their life or something you feel the need to knock down is going to say about that. This is a wonderful wonderful very uplifting. Episode can't can't wait it to follow up for rectify sometimes sometimes if you feeling sad you listen to Elliott Smith. You know your you're. We're here to bring you down. We can build you up. Oh can I had oh good you. Look at your ever. Look at your Uber Uber rating no never ever ever ever. Why do you want to don't know those that's not for you. Marlins Merlin's one in other words. You don't get me. Nobody look at me. Everybody look everywhere else but at me. The last thing I want to do is look at myself. Jesus Jesus TAP DANCING Christ's no no no no no no I. I'm Oh God I'm a four point seven and and I assumed which is your lift really at the Chicago. Seven can't beat he did but I assume that a four point seven was because a lot of times for work I take Uber and we bring a ton of stuff. It's a pain in the ass but I always call an advance them like. Would you like me to cancel. Is Your car big enough. do you have the time for this and they say yes so this morning. I just got up the balls because I noticed that I went from four point seven to a four point six nine and I had to ask I'm like kin. Excuse me are there notes or something about why a person has a bad rating and he's like Oh yeah yeah. Do you want me to check yourself soot and apparently amador slammer your door. SLAMMER had no idea amador slammer and now you know yeah don't be a door slam right they should they should have a way to you say they should be able to give you notes in a non judgmental way yeah. Here's something you could work on. I'm just trying to be tried not being gay. We'll see we'll see see. I think you're at least a seven. I think released the seven now four point seven kill you get fired for below four point seven I think have you noticed lately at least either so I have so suber but on the lift suddenly every single driver is five point. Oh is that. Are you getting that too yep. I I've gotten a lot of non five point zero Rides Yep. Yep where it's like you you or a very dangerous man with the things that you do in the car. You're so not a five. I refuse to believe that that's what. What do you think they're fudging it? You think that's just they just painted that on. Everybody gets five point. Oh I have two theories Um people can de activate and reactivate their account if they get too low with a what does that do that resets it. I think so who do that every day the because then you get flat it's like a cabaret license. That's so wild and or or they're only updating it like once a month or something. 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"a. small" Discussed on Talking About Business

Talking About Business

01:30 min | 5 years ago

"a. small" Discussed on Talking About Business

"A super that's you've been extremely helpful lead do you have any additional helpful comments that you'd like to pass on um you know other than the fact that it online marketing because i think that's really a lot of the folks listen through there are other you'll have some bricks and mortar small business people um it's still all doubt the authors it's about the copy um and if you're going to sell a rams won't to say jobs for you it's not designed for that a brand is something that will give you a differentiator a symbol section of part it's up to you to deliver the quality product and service it's up to you to rights mark kospi that motivates people to buy blaming is just a part of that really knew that you use that the successful whether it's online and offline in her small business folks it would like to learn more about this again you to welcome to visit krill usa dot com um i mentioned minds email address lee two thousand one there is linked dot net i'm happy to hear that branding resource for small businesses you just have to put it in the reference line who the subject line a small business plan b and i'll be glad to send that out to you and he goes that are stateside that want to call welcome to call me at seven one three seven two three.

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