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"We should get answers today when the City Council votes on marriage any Durkin's $6.5 billion budget. Some council members and activists have been calling for the SPD budget to be halved the number of hospitalizations due to covert 19 setting new records over the weekend calls Cole Miller says, Ah, vaccine cannot come fast enough from the start of the cove in 19 pandemic, the race was on to produce a vaccine and now for one manufacturer. That finish line is within sight. In just a matter of weeks. We may see one rolled out. It comes from visor and in clinical trials was reported to be nearly 95% effective. Our plan. Is to be able to ship vaccines. Through the immunization sites within 24 hours from the approval, so I would expect maybe on day two after a proven on the 11th or on the 12th of December. With that in mind, this will not apply to the general public. The very first round will go to especially folks who work in the intensive care units, emergency departments and the first responders. It's being manufactured quickly, so it Zafar asked Ram. The Washington State Hospital Association is also optimistic in that timeline. The vaccine. We think it's going to be in our state in a few weeks, and once again it's come was Cole Miller dozens of people turning out over the weekend for a Noh mask shopping event in Vancouver. The details from comas carding Johnson, no face covering required, according to organizer just enforcement. Over the weekend, he brought together Ah large group to shop it, Fred Meyer and Wal Mart. Event organized on Facebook was called an act of civil disobedience. We do not discourage people. It's not.
Biden expected to announce Tony Blinken as secretary of state
"And the person that is tipped to be his secretary of State. Antony Blinken Telesco years. So I'm not a blink monologist, but I have known him since high school. We were in the same class. 40 years ago, Maurine in Paris, And if biography is personality, I think Tony's biography tells the whole story. He was an American in Paris, living with a stepfather who was the youngest survivor of Auschwitz. And an international lawyer trying to build ties between them the eastern bloc and and the West. And in those four elements. I think it captures Tony's identity. He was an American, and he believes very strongly in America in America's role in the world. As you know, for him a country that can that can really change the landscape, the global landscape, But it wasn't Paris. And so he saw how others Europeans in particular. View the United States at times very unfavorably as a country that tries to bully in that tries to impose its way rather than to work with others. The fact that his step that was who he was, I think from knowing Tony, it imbued in him a strong feeling of, you know, fighting for human rights and fighting for the defense of people, vulnerable people, whether they're refugees or whether they're people who are affected by conflict. And lastly, an international lawyer who tried to broker ties between a time the Soviet Union and Europe. I think that is the diplomat and Tony, who tries to Put himself in other people's shoes and what is going to insist very much on a resumption of multilateral, very transatlantic view of the world. So all those people who have been so nervous on terrified by the damage that they perceived the Trump administration had done to international alliances, institutions internationally collaboration and so on. Will be very pleased that Antony Blinken is the man who is tipped to be the secretary of state. It is true, though, isn't it? That foreign policy may not actually be Joe Biden's pressing issue, given the impact of covert 19 in the United States. Correct. I mean his priority. I think the part of the administration is going to be domestic because of the health implications of the pandemic and the economic implications of the pandemic. I mean, we're facing a as much of the world is a severe economic crisis. And I'm not having mentioned that the racial tensions and the polarization of a country that has gone through an election, the result of which is still not been acknowledged by the by the sitting president and many of his followers, so the party's going to be domestic. Joe Biden is somebody who is a senator. As chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Foreign policy is in his DNA's A Tony Blinken is probably his closest partner. When it comes to Ah, colleague when it comes to foreign policy, So I think you're going to see a big emphasis on the themes that you just mentioned, which is re stitching multilateral alliances. Resuming U. S participation in some of the treaties and some of the organizations that President Trump withdrew from. But both the president and Antoni if he is, in fact, if he does become secretary of state are going to face a world that is very different from the world that they were they were participating in the Obama administration is short four years ago. Image of the United States the credibility of the United States the fragmentation of the world order. Everything has accelerated over the last four years. Well, let's talk about some of the treaties that he might decide to rejoin. We we know that on on climate change, he is going to rejoin the Paris accord. It's also been reported that Jake Sullivan, another Joe Biden adviser, is expected to be named his national security advisor. And in the context of the J C P o a the Iran nuclear deal. The combination Of Tony Blinken and Jake Sullivan. Pretty significant. And let's not forget that as you're buying himself, wrote an article not long ago in which he said that the U. S. Should rejoin the JCP away if Iran agrees toe come back into compliance with his provisions. So that has been a commitment that he made during the campaign. It's by the way, the position that I think every other maybe, with one exception, every other candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination made So I think it is. The intent of it would be the intent of the administration to come back in. Now That's easier said than done. They're going to be obstacles. Iran is not in compliance, President Trump has added and continues to add weekly a huge number of sanctions that are going to be Difficult to deal with. But the intense that projector I think has been clear. And as you say, with both Tony Blinken and Jake Sullivan again, if both of them if the rumors are confirmed, I think you have a pretty strong sense that That's what the United States is going to try to do, and we'll work with European partners and others to get there. Robert Malley, president and CEO of
Washington, DC firefighter shot while responding to Southwest shooting victim, police say
"Is recovering this morning after being shot while helping a shooting victim in Southwest It happened yesterday afternoon outside of 7 11 at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr Avenue in South Capitol Street. The firefighter was helping a man who'd been shot when another shooting broke out across the street. The firefighter suffered a graze wound to his leg, and a woman standing nearby was shot in the hand. All this was happening as everyone took shelter behind the fire truck, which is now riddled with bullet holes. None of the injuries are considered life threatening. Ah Virginia
Man seen exhaling on women outside Trump golf club charged
"Loudon County Police served a warrant on the Citizen's arrest of a man involved in a bizarre encounter outside Trump National Golf Club in Sterling. Ah, video on social media seems to show two women confronting a man in a trump campaign T shirt. For not wearing a mask outside the golf club. The man who also had a president, Trump blow up doll tied around his torso, then blows on the women 61 year old Raymond Deschenes of Sterling, charged with simple assault. Released on a
Trump campaign requests recount in Georgia
"Asking for a recount in Georgia. That request filed yesterday, one day after state officials certified results showing Joe Biden was the winner. Ah hand recount showing Biden beat President Trump by 12,670 votes out of about five million. That were cast Republican governor Brian Camp is also certified the state's slate of 16 presidential electors. President Trump's
Trump loses lawsuit that sought to block Pennsylvania win for Biden
"Ah Federal judge in Pennsylvania has thrown out a lawsuit from the Trump campaign seeking to block state officials from ratifying the state's election results showing Democrat Joe Biden winning As Emily Perfetti from member station of the I T F reports. The order issued tonight dismissed the case with prejudice. Trump's campaign claimed it was disadvantaged because Philadelphia and six majority Democratic counties let voters correct technical problems with mail in ballots and Republican majority counties did not U. S. District Judge Matthew Brand noted in his order that the campaign sued Democratic Secretary of State Kathy Book far and heavily Democratic counties, but did not suit GOP dominant jurisdictions where ballots were allegedly thrown out without giving voters a chance to correct similar problems. Ran wrote The campaign's legal arguments were without merit and its accusations were speculative and on supported by
Judge dismisses Trump campaign lawsuit in Pennsylvania
"Another blow to the Trump campaign's effort to have votes thrown out. Ah, federal judge in Pennsylvania says he won't stop officials from certifying election results that show Democrat Joe Biden winning the state by more than 80,000 votes. The Trump campaign alleged Republicans have been illegally disadvantaged because some counties allowed voters to fix errors on ballots. Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, was in court this week arguing the point. But U S District Judge Matthew Brand today throughout the Trump campaign's request and says the argument was legally flawed and lacked
Retailers get creative to reinvent holiday shopping amid COVID-19 pandemic
"We begin today's program with the retail industry because black Friday it believe or not, it's right around the corner and for more, let's bring in Bloomberg intelligence consumer analyst William Doyle. Always a pleasure to talk to you pulling him. You always said you're the one who always goes out to the Friday morning after Thanksgiving and stands in the malls and kind of takes the pulse of consumers out there. How is Black Friday with this the first black Friday of the pandemic? How are things gonna look different? Yes, the first and I really hope the last It's going to be very different. You know, people are still very hesitant to go to stores, Retailers are shifting their promotions online. Typical doorbuster deals that you would see. You know, hundreds of people line up for are not going to be there anymore because the story's can't allow as much traffic into them. So this year, and I'll be probably roaming parking lots and maybe going into the stories depending on how the virus looks and then really checking online. I mean, we've seen retailers promote black Friday deals much earlier this year, in fact, even phasing them out over multiple days to get consumers interested in new promotions on a day to day basis. It was a lot of people out of work. I wonder if There's just gonna be the spending power there on the part of the American consumer. Yet the American consumer we think still has the appetite to spend. What we're really seeing is spending shifts. So if you think about last year on Divan the years before we had seen with people had gone away from buying gifts that you can wrap in a box to experiences so whether it was a restaurant gift check or whether the spa package or whether it was A travel package. It was more based on experiences this here with all that being limited and really something that you know people are shying away from its going to focus back on gifts. And that's a positive for the retailers that I cover the shift online. Remind everybody it's ah, in terms of the margins for the retailers. It's tougher because what you're gonna pay for shipping, right? Yeah, you do. I mean, Yeah, You're absolutely right. Shipping costs are up, and not only is it just because of the higher penetration that we're going to see across the board but also carry a rate has been rising and there are surcharges given the high in demand of expected over holiday. That's that, though for those retailers have brick and mortar locations. They've done a fantastic job at rolling out curbside pick up this year, and we think that can help alleviate some of those shipping costs. Not all but definitely some and the other thing I say about margins you know, going into the holiday season is inventory. What we've heard from the retailers over the past week is inventory is very lean across the retail landscape. So if anything, we think merchandise margins will be better and sales. You know, retailers may be giving up some sales because they won't be able to treat into the demand. If demand does accelerate, uncertain products or categories, Okay, lean inventory, because was it a supply chain thing? Well, these just stop in ordering as much all years since the start of the pandemic in March, when they slashed orders. As much as 50% or more. They've been slow to pick up that piece. Given the uncertainty around dependent IQ, so inventories are relatively low. What did we learn so far from the earnings that we did get? We learned that sales, you know online continue to remain strong up double digits. We learned that story. Sales are still weak but are improving. Retailers have crushed black Friday earlier, so some of them like Macy's had said that they had seen Holiday, a gift purchases moving in talked over, which helped three Q at the expensive for Q. We've also learned that it's going to be very uncertain Holiday period. You know, Black Friday is this week and retailers while they're pushing for our mind fills it won't be like ever before.
Bystander And Off-Duty Firefighter Pull Boston Driver From Burning Car After Harwich Crash
"Ah bystander and an off duty firefighter spring into action to save a driver trapped in a burning car following a crash in Harwich last night happened her are around eight o'clock on Route six near the rest area just east of exit 10. The car rolled over and was engulfed in flames in the trees on the side of the road. Off duty. Firefighter Josh Ford and another bystander, grabbed a tire iron from the trunk and smash the passenger window. The driver side was surrounded by fire, and the pair helped the driver out of the car. The driver's taken to Cape Cod Hospital with non life threatening
How to Buy Gift Cards
"About gift cards. Mary and we're going to be pretty much ready to wrap it up. But I want to spend some time on gift cards because that's a big ticket item this time of year. It sure is. The National Retail Federation says that more than 75% of people put gift cards as their preferred gift this year. So the scammers certainly know that And they also know that ah lot of gift cards are being sold in so many retail locations. You can get them it practically any supermarket or drug store and they're usually out on Iraq. So you can have them easily accessible and the scammers take gift cards. They take photographs of the toe free telephone number of the particular company. And then they scratch off the little pin number in the back, and they wait for somebody like us to buy those gift cards and to be activated, And once that card is activated. They didn't go in, and they immediately drain it by ordering things over the Internet. So to everybody out there when you're buying a gift card off Iraq, scrutinize it very, very carefully. It appears to be tampered with, in the least turn it into the service desk at the at the particular store where you are, don't buy it. By a card that's intact with nothing scratched off with no seals removed so that you know it's a good gift card. And then when you activated at the checkout Save your receipt saved the little activation slip. You can take it onto the gift card so that the person you give it to knows it's been properly activated. And when And make sure that the gift recipient knows to use it as quickly as possible so that it can't be compromised in any way. It's just important to protect yourself anyway, that you can and if you can buy it directly from a store clerk, that's a good thing. Don't buy a gift card online. Particularly through a third party or some company that's or offering a discount. You may find that there's no money left on the gift card. Or that it's been compromised in some way, and then you're simply Out. You lose your money and the Person that we saved. That gift card that you have brought online will be out the gift that they thought they were receiving the careful. Listen.
Person Critically Hurt in Crash on Route 1 in Norwood, Near Boston
"Mass. Police are investigating a crash on Route one, the left a pedestrian with serious injuries. Authorities say the man had just loved a local sports bar when he was struck by a least one vehicle involved in a collision. The driver of the pickup truck claims that crash happened when the driver of a nasty of you cut in front of him, sending it into the man walking along the side of the road. The victim was then airlifted to a Boston area hospital. The driver of the SUV was also taken by ambulance to a local hospital. To be checked out again. The investigation is ongoing. Ah,
Bucks developers convert Quakertown trolley barn into market with food, beverage offerings
"Now to upper bucks counting developers have found a niche for a Quaker town project that used a historic landmark as its foundation, Ky. Double USE. Mark Abrams reports. The Trolley Barn public market just opened its doors a few weeks ago in this cove in 19 era, renovating the old industrial Trolley barn built in 18 97, the house, the local trolley that ran through the community. Chris LaBonge, one of the partners of the Trolley Barn, says the more than two years it took to put the project together have been worth it. We have multiple Use for coverage is we have Ah Brewery, a winery distillery, plus numerous different vendors for food and other beverages. LaBonge and his partner, Ian Jeffrey, say the market hasn't upscale field, but the prices aren't Jeffrey says. There's a hometown atmosphere to the market because it's done by two people who live in the community. You don't have to New York coming down and invested in this project and say, Hey, listen, this is the program put it together A B, C and D you never were. We are hands on every day they're trying to make it work, Marc Abrahams K Y. W
U.S. retail sales miss expectations in October
"Sales growth slows. Below expectations. That was the headline Okay? It's 5.7% over 2019 October. That means retail sales. Nearly 6% above October. 2019. Yeah, I would call that recovery. Yeah, and Bloomberg does the same thing right? Right. It's just and so media makes a lot of money going is gonna be bad is really bad. Everything's bad. And if it was good, which retail sales have been? They've been fabulous. Then they say, Oh, it wasn't it. You know, it's just slowing. Well. Heck, it's 6% above last year. What more do you want? I mean, that's okay. There wasn't a pandemic in October last year on and we beat it by five points up now, just to give you the real story also got industrial production right here. Okay, That's it, But it was it say industrial output rebounds strongly in October. Okay, so that was good. It was up 1.1%, but I but I look at how does it compare with last year? Production is still 5.6% below pre pandemic levels, right, So it did have it. It was it was gaining back. But retail sales is almost six over and industrial production industrial output is still about six under that would be more commensurate with what we reported last week on jobs. You know where we were 159 Million employed 133 million at the low 26 million tragically lost 26 million jobs tragically lost. And then we rebounded. Ah 250 million current employed. That's the real number on employment, and it also reflects industrial production down about 6%. That's AH, that's that's in line with that figure. See. Here it is. U S retail sales climbed at a slower pace in October, Okay? Yeah,
Retailers get creative to reinvent holiday shopping amid COVID-19 pandemic
"War. Let's bring in Bloomberg intelligence consumer analyst Put him Doyle. Always a pleasure to talk to you pulling him. You always you're the one who always goes out to the Friday morning after Thanksgiving and stands in the malls and kind of takes the pulse of consumers out there. How is Black Friday with this the first black Friday of the pandemic? How are things gonna look different? Yes, the first and I really hope the last It's going to be very different. You know, People are still very hesitant to go to stores. Retailers are shifting their promotions online. The typical doorbuster deals that you would see you know hundreds of people line up for are not going to be there anymore because the story's can't Allow as much traffic into them. So this year, you know, I'll be probably roaming parking lots and maybe going into the stories depending on how the virus looks and then really checking online. I mean, we've seen retailers promote black Friday deals much earlier this year, in fact, even phasing them out over multiple days to get consumers interested in new promotions on a day to day basis. It was a lot of people out of work. I wonder if there's just gonna be the spending power there on the part of the American consumer. At the American consumer, we think still has the appetite to spend. What we're really seeing is spending shifts. So if you think about last year on Divan the years before we had seen those people had gone away from buying gifts that you can wrap in a box to experiences so whether it was a restaurant gift check or whether the spa package or whether it was A travel package. It was more based on experiences this here with all that being limited and really something that you know people are shying away from its going to focus back on gifts. And that's a positive for the retailers that I cover the shift to online remind everybody it's ah, in terms of the margins for the retailers. It's tougher because what you gotta pay for shipping, right? Yeah, you do. I mean, Yeah, You're absolutely right. Shipping costs are up, and not only is it just because of the higher penetration that we're going to see across the board but also carry a rate cousin rising and there are surcharges given the high in demand of expected over holiday. That's that, though for those retailers have brick and mortar locations. They've done a fantastic job at rolling out curbside pick up this year, and we think that can help alleviate some of those shipping costs. Not all but definitely some. And the other thing I'd say about margins you know, going into the holiday season is inventory. What we've heard from the retailers over the past week is inventory is very lean across the retail landscape. So if anything, we think merchandise margins will be better and sales. You know, retailers may be giving up some sales because they won't be able to chief into the demand. If demand does accelerate, uncertain products or categories, Okay, lean inventory, because was it a supply chain thing? Well, they've just stop in ordering as much all years since the start of the pandemic in March, when they slashed orders. As much as 50% or more. They've been slow to pick up that piece. Given the uncertainty around depend, Emmick, so inventories are relatively low. What did we learn so far from the earnings that we did get? We learned that sales, you know online continue to remain strong up double digits. We learned that story. Sales are still weak but are improving. Retailers have pushed black Friday earlier, so some of them like Macy's had said that they had seen Holiday. A gift purchases moving in talked over, which helped three Q at the expense of four. Q. We've also learned that it's going to be very uncertain Holiday period. You know, Black Friday is this week and retailers while they're pushing for our mind fails, it won't be like never before. It will be different in the holiday season will be spread out over multiple shopping days with no one. They really dominating anymore. Well, what's the key? How they navigating the pandemic at these places Right now? It's really about maintaining your inventory discipline. I mean, and I think that's where retailers have executed pretty well. We don't want to see them over by where they have toe over, promote to get merchandise out, because I just mean That you're giving away merchandise at a lower cost, and therefore your margins are going to bleed. And so is your bottom line, and you won't be able to generate cash flow. So we think inventory management is critical. I'm on the retail front during this pandemic is any one thing that really stood out for you that as an analyst really kind of surprised you. Yeah, I think the retailers have honestly done a much better job. I'm advocating this pandemic that I would have started March. I really do. I think you know they've gone from sales being down 70 80% to now being down roughly 20% and keeping inventory spleen protecting their margin. And regenerating cash flow. In fact, many of them have started to pay down their revolvers, which they had taken out of the start of the pandemic, which are all really encouraging, considering that we're still in the heat of the pandemic and cases they're still vice. Okay, Before you go, I get an answer, which says there's some hot gift this year. Are you looking for headphones? Are you looking for apple watches? Are you looking for kitchen upon looking for anything? I just didn't want to settle down with a bottle of wine and a good book. But what does everybody else want home stuff right, everyone looking at home category. They're staying at home, looking at active where they wanna be comfortable, and they're looking at making themselves Well and look it by investing in beauty and personal care. Those air the hot categories. In addition, Telectronics and toys which are always hot over the holidays and get it early, I guess right, get it early because shipping delays are expected, Yes, Yes, put put him him always always a a pleasure pleasure to to talk talk to to you. you. Bloomberg Bloomberg intelligence intelligence
Report: John Wall wants to be traded away from the Wizards
"As now. Several reports have Washington Wizards guard John Wall asking to be traded out of D. C. He does not want to be here anymore, does not want to play for the franchise that drafted in 10 years ago. He had many very good seasons. All Star in fact. But he's missed basically the last two years because of AH knee injury, and there were reports that the Wizards were shopping in for possibly was the Westbrook of the Houston Rockets. There was also discussion. This is Bradley Beals team and on the same night that Darvis Burton signs of five year $80 million deal with the Wizards. John Wall, says he does not want to play for the Wizards anymore. Also wizards reportedly signing free Agent center Robin Lopez too. A deal so much coming at you fast. But we do know this again, according to several reports, John Wall, former number one overall pick by the Wizard said so many good years in D. C wants out and has demanded a trade. To the organization. This is just probably the start of an ugly separation of Frank and
Southridge football's perfect season ends in Class 3A semistate against Danville
"An impressive win for the Danville Warriors tonight over a very good South Ridge Raiders team. No doubt about it. Bob Danville. They're just really, really good on both sides, the football and you know, like South Ridge had much of the season. Daniel had a lot of playmakers and It was just too much Danville, And sometimes that happens, no matter what you do the other guy on the other side of the field just better on that night and South Ridge nothing to hang their head about a great season. But Danville just really, really solid. Did they get started to Danville? Start out. Get on the board first and can't get ahead. Stay ahead kind of ball game. Well, Daniel did score to make it seven Nothing. Those South Ridge, then answer back on the very next possession with a five yard touchdown run by Carson, the house to tie the game. It's seven within Danville scored a couple of touchdowns. Heading into the locker room at halftime to go up 20 to 7 at the break and kind of, you know, just added on from there, and South just couldn't get anything going offensively. Even with the playmakers we've talked about all season long. It was just really impressive Danville defense of effort and they scored a couple of touchdowns in the second half. To make that final margin. 32 7. So that let's go back to that Flory there at the end of the half. What spurred that for the Danville? They had a flea flicker type of play on a double reverse. They pushed back the quarterback of pain, and he fired it down The field, got him inside the 10 yard line, so they punch it in from there, then get another stop defensively and move the foot ball down the field with their running back. Ethan Dutra hey, was just unstoppable on that fullback spot. He carried the ball 22 times for 172 yards for Danville. Usually he's their short yardage back. In the things that I've watched heading into the game, But he just carried Southridge defenders all night long, and he really was impressive in that little two touchdown Flory once they got the ball inside the red zone. Alright, so second half again, You know it's hard to spot a team like Danville that much going into halftime and you know, it's just all too is your game plan when you're playing from behind. No doubt about in southwards. Traditionally is that trouble coming from behind because they're more of a running type a team and it just seemed like Danville had 18 players instead of 11 on the defensive side of football against South Ridge. They turned him over on south of his first possession, coming out of the break on a fumble and had a short field and again just kept that margin in a comfortable, Ah, pace there, and it was just too much to overcome for South Ridge tonight. What a great year, though for south rich. I mean, if you would seriously at the beginning of the year if you thought you would still be doing games on semi state Friday, uh, You would have taken that opportunity. I think so, Bob, you know they southwards when those programs that reloads every year, but it seemed like they lost a lot of great players some last year, And of course, we've talked about it before. They've been success up to three A with basically a to a roster, and they would never use that. And it's right. Not an excuse, But you know what? Football? That's just the way it is. You know, you have a short roster compared to other strong three teams, but Pain on to make your questionnaire and my answer shorter to your question. I didn't anticipate them going on a run like this, even though they are a really good program. It's just a really, really nice season that we had a season to begin with. And to see it. You know, progress like this has been great for South or just program and Justin, outstanding season. Yeah, And you know what it Scott being is one of them. One of the good guys. Jamie Comber, The damsel coach won the war. The impressive young coaches in our state. And it just two solid, solid guys into programs with rich tradition. As you point out, yes, southwards. We know about them, and I'm not that familiar familiar with sandal, but not just on the surface, but you know they've got good athletics there and deal with the warrior program. And, you know coach coming over from Western Boone, where he had great success and help Western boom beat South Ridge a couple of years ago in the to a semi state. I'm impressed with the way Coach Homer's got Danville going here is the head into that championship game with
Farmers Are Warming Up To The Fight Against Climate Change
"Conservative farmers who have blocked climate legislation in the past, both groups are calling for policies to help farmers fight climate change through financial incentives, not regulation. NPR's Dan Charles has more It was 2009. When the American Farm Bureau Federation declared war on climate legislation, and Ana Unwra Cohen was a staffer in Congress. We were right in the thick of working on the first comprehensive climate build of passage Chamber of Congress, the law would have limited greenhouse emissions using a method called cap and trade. But the farm Bureau, a lobbying powerhouse, said the cap part would drive up costs and put farmers out of business. Don't cap our future, I think was their slogan, and they had those on caps. That people were wearing up on on Capitol Hill, and they succeeded. The legislation died this week. The head of the farm bureau, Zippy DeVol, struck a different tone. We're gonna have a real common sense science based discussion about how we protect the climate. And our farmers want to be part of that he was announcing a new food and agriculture climate alliance. It includes other farm groups. Also big environmental organizations like the Nature Conservancy, where people Elias is director of agriculture it feels like in the past. 18 months, The conversation has just really shifted. The shift is happening for a couple of reasons. Many food companies have promised to reduce their greenhouse emissions. And they're pushing for changes on the farm, sometimes paying for the changes. And Barb Glen, who CEO of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, says it's partly just what farmers are experiencing everyone in this unique coalition. Understands and is witnessing the changing of the climate, and we all want to be involved In impacting this. The new alliance is proposing dozens of policy changes that encourage farmers to install equipment that captures methane, the powerful greenhouse gas from Cal manure or farm in a way that builds healthier carbon rich soil, actually removing carbon from the air. Farmers would get paid to do this, maybe by the government, maybe by private companies that want to offset or cancel out some of their own carbon emissions by paying for greenhouse gas reductions somewhere else. Some environmentalists who are not part of this alliance, like Jason Davidson at Friends of the Earth are dead set against some of those ideas. There's a heavy reliance on voluntary market based solutions. But those carbon offsets that farmers might sell just allow polluters somewhere to keep polluting, he says. Also, it could be hard to measure what some of these farming methods actually accomplish. MEREDITH Niles, specialist on farming and the environment of the University of Vermont, says scientists are working on that measurement problem. And the fact that farm groups are finally talking about reducing their own greenhouse emissions, she says, is a big step forward. A lot of farmers didn't want to speak about it because it might mean potential regulation. They're fine with incentives, though. And there are signs that the incoming Biden administration is thinking the same way. The leader of the Biden transition team for the U. S. Department of Agriculture recently called on the USDA to set up a so called carbon bank. It would pay farmers to fight climate change. Dan Charles NPR news 2020 has been ah lot and among the many things that
Where the Trump campaign and Republicans' election-related lawsuits stand
"State legislators from Michigan were invited to the White House today. What was the goal here? That's right. You had Michigan's Republican House speaker and Senate majority leader who were at the White House today to meet with the president and the White House Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany held her first briefing in 15 days. She was asked about this meeting, and she said she kind of dismissed. It is nothing more. Or than routines, and the president meets with people from our with lawmakers, rather from all around the country all the time. But of course, this meeting is not routine. It's all the most alarming and that we know that Rudy Giuliani will be there. And Rudy Giuliani has been leading the president's efforts to try and contest some of these results in certain states. Some of these election results he's been the one kind of Meeting the Trump campaign legal effort here. We should point out he hasn't really been successful. A lot of these lawsuits have been thrown out. But he's been the one kind of behind this this strategy, so the fact that he is at the White House in that meeting. It is certainly raising concerns that maybe the president here is trying to exert political pressure on these members of the Michigan State legislatures so that they don't certify the election or that they are rather than they certified in in a way that would be favorable to him and Essentially be the president, asking them to overturn the will of the people and overturn the outcome of the election. So you had Michigan Democratic congresswoman Debbie Dingell making that point earlier today, she said, This goes beyond partisan politics. It's an attempt to subvert our democracy and undermine the will of Michigan voters legality aside even if the president Did manage to somehow change the result of what happens in Michigan. That still wouldn't be enough to change the outcome of the election. It wouldn't get him 2 to 70 electoral votes. Is he planning to do this in other states? Do we know that's the concern here to your right? The math Peter even if they are able to certified Michigan for president Trump, which would be, you know, just in and of itself, just so alarming and that you know, Joe Biden believes believes in Michigan right now, by over 100,000 votes, if not 150,000. So that ah big margin for for for them to overturn That election would be quite something, But you're right. The mask doesn't work in the president's favor. Even if he were to win Michigan, he's still wouldn't have enough votes to become president. The fear is that they were speculating now, but there's a concern is is whether there would be a kind of domino effect and whether maybe more states would follows to feed into Georgia is on the cusp of certifying its vote. The losing party. Okay. If it's within a 0.5% kid can ask for for a recount. We're expecting the trump campaign to ask for another recount s. Oh, So is that going to the lake, You know certification. Would Georgia follow suit with other states where the Legislature's or maybe a little bit more friendly to President Trump? You know, Pennsylvania's a state with a Republican Legislature with Pennsylvania follow suit. That's the kind of concern here but this is all at this point Speculation and I should point out. This is uncharted territory. We've never been in this situation. Before a bee season as delicate Terry with us on coma news and as thank you very much,
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"ah" Discussed on Hay House Meditations
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"ah" Discussed on Hay House Meditations
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"ah" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast
"This is the you magazine Podcast I'm God share editor of Poetry magazine I'm Christina Pugh, consulting editor and I'm Lindsay Garbage managing editor. This week will hear Karen and way lease palm on June, blossoming in June. So I wrote this poem about a year ago. which in light of the pandemic now seems like a lifetime ago? It seems to be a poem of Nostalgia. The liberty to come and go now restricted where sheltering and place at home are choices to dine in around. You know simple quotidian types of life choices and decisions are now weighed heavily sort of life and death matters to go to the marina or the hair salon to get your hair trend. or The laundromat on these are decisions that have weighed significance, and we live in a season of vulnerability. The PALM IS PART OF A book length manuscript called on the beautiful immunity. I put together this manuscript before the pandemic, so I was interested in different modes of immunity. Not knowing that this is all going to happen, so this is one facet of exploration in the collection. The POMO here today is the twenty th century meditation on the Good Life You, don't mania is an Aristoteles concept of happiness, so aristotle was interested in exploring questions about what it meant to lead a good life. So what does it mean to be happy? And what is happiness? And he believed this meant the flourishing in fulfillment of living out twelve different virtues among those virtues, our friendship, courage and temperaments. Here's Karen an kwaley reading on June blossoming in June. This summer we drank cardamom. My St sweetened with a Garvey. Savoring an idea of sweetness lingering. Moderniser, we actually eight honey from the lovely overflow of liquid summer, heat and soft bees, wax tongue with a wedge Copa and a platter of shaved Lamb Strewn on Pita Bread with yogurt cucumber dip. Glistening slices of salmon top by ETA Mommy. Waga, macy, we'd crushed macadamia nuts mingled where black sesame on beds of rice. And steaming cups of Chai with black tea and milk, loose leaf, Sanchaar and chunks of sea bass with tossed masculine of tender Greens garnished by crisp curls of Cheetah run as and chopped beet salad with tart beats. The mellow gold ones so in wine vinegar dressed with tendrils of migraines, Corollas of night, blooming, honeysuckle and star Jasmine flaming was small cups of hetty fumes wafting troas across the lot with a walk in hair, Salon and laundromat. Then Avocados with eggs over easy and hollandaise sauce over muffins alongside triangles of toast dipped in yolks beaten with cinnamon. And flavorful coffee with a drop of fresh cream quiche with criminally mushrooms Feta's Swiss cheese, not leaks or travels shot through with Julianne Sun dried tomatoes the color of stop signs. And MOCHA's spiced with Chili black pepper chocolate Karma again. By a plate of smoked salmon in Capers Ricarda. Battery Google? And Baby Spinach drizzled with olive oil. I'm thin, sour dough toast in glowing strokes of late June might fringed by the noise of peninsula traffic on the harbour. Laced by Greece and silt from the machinery of life. The Sea isn't far away. Though only goals could spy from here. So. Why don't we walk all the way to the inlet of Marina? A landing where children play in the fading light, blanched on grassy edges as if already memory of summer within summer. And you say with the air of a Prophet who eight locusts and honey. Join me in the place where lives are bound together. Toward of three strands. Well of course when I first read, this palm wasn't June yet, and I was imagining what June must going to be like when it finally came. And just as the poem does well, it evokes kinds of delicious memories of June. Summertime I think it's still works to do that just our conception of. What things are like at this particular moment might be slightly different, but. The machinery of life mentioned towards the end of the Paul May of slowed down considerably. But the central still persists, and all of the things evoked in the palm. which are so vivid and life-affirming? are still within our grasp may be for now with certain limitations, but these are kinds of visions of a sweetness of life participation in it. A real visceral sense of our place within the seasons. So, this poem really. It means more to me now than I ever imagined it would. It's something about the strands things that. Bind our lives together, including the experiences we share, and there's something very heightened about memories of. Combinations of the the season, things were able to eat. Things were able to do. In our daily lives, so it's seems to me to be the foundation of where we'll hope life could resume. Yeah, it's just such a Cornucopia of food. That's. When I I read this I I really came away. You know hungry from it. It's just so lovingly listed in this. You know what we call para taxes of you know listing of of just one on another of these layers of incredibly delicious, sounding moments of eating and food and. I think that's a really hard thing for a poem to do I. Think this. Does it really well in part because of some of what Dan was saying too about how? There's almost a framing of the season you know the see. It's almost a a tableau of food. You know being shown with a backdrop of of this kind of picturesque seascape. That's that's happening as well. And of course there's a lot of sea bass and salmon and sea life that is getting eaten as as well. It also swell a few other things struck me, too. I mean on the one hand. As much as this poem really brings. Me As a reader into all of these foods, and that experience of like eating and sharing with whoever is constituting the we. It's also holding it at assistances well when Karen we was talking. She mention astrologer in. It's almost as if all of this eating is already laced with nostalgia, not as if we actually eight the honey nick at the end of the problem, as if already a memory of summer within summer. Like when you eat something, you like Oh my God. This is so incredible I wanNA remember. Remember this.
"ah" Discussed on Wow In the World
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"ah" Discussed on Wow In the World
"I'm guessing that this was an early sign of friendship. Sort of like their way of building. Trust EXAC Doritos but they also noticed that the larger groups who were putting together took a little longer to bond especially if some of the bats already knew some of the other backs Sort of like when you've got a bunch of people at a lunch table and some of them already have friends and others don't yes in fact the researchers also observed or noticed that the strangers were more likely to bond when their other back friends weren't around interesting so sort of like how it's sometimes easier to make new friends in a group where no one knows each other yet in overtime. The researchers started to notice some pairs of bats grooming each other more and more becoming more and more friendly with each other and then they discovered that some of the bats would actually start to share blood. You know as food if they knew that one of their new bat friends was hungering and just to be clear. These were not bats in the same family. Note these were complete strangers. Who eventually built up trust and trust to bar blood into another bats open mouth so let me get this straight. I think groomed each other which honestly a huge deal because grooming doesn't require anyone giving anything up but giving blood you know as food. Well that's a whole other level of giving but it gives him still trying to figure out why I mean. I understand friendship but I'm still not willing to let Thomas fingerling take off my pants. Who served I wanted your parents. You did remember that. Geyer is what if you knew that there would be a chance that someday you.
"ah" Discussed on Wow In the World
"So that the researchers could all watch 'em on TV Marley and they did this for more than a year so they just through all of these back strangers together into one cramped micro house. I mean Ha Hive will. There was some thought behind how they introduced the Bat to this makeshift. Okay I they put into bats. You didn't know each other at all so similar to how a teacher on the first day of school might pair you up with another student. You haven't yet met exactly. And then the researchers dropped one stranger bat in with three other vets who had lived together before so similar to an exchange student from another country coming to live with a family in a new country. And then these two groups together and fight on them for the next fifteen months who spied on them spying on them for science using cameras. The researchers recorded the vampire bats behavior to see how they socially bonded or made friends with each other over time. And what did they find? Okay so I. They noticed that the bad who put in by themselves as pairs seemed to be the first to bond or to form relationships. Just like you and me G FORCE. You'll bet it finger story and mindy. How could these researchers actually know that? These bats were bonding well. They noticed that over time the bat started grooming each other looking each other's further to give each other baths then..
"ah" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Their family members to phone and MARFA mouth when she was a bank me. Oh that's true. I didn't grow teeth until I was four. Well when you think about it I guess it's not all that out of the ordinary. I mean. There are actually a lot of animals that do this like bees. They regurgitate nectar for the other bees in the family. High and penguins regurgitate food into the mouths of their baby chicks. Reggie says that his mom used to bar food into his mouth when he was just a little squabble. Oh that now but what Dr Carter and his team discovered was that these bats will not only barf up blood into the mouths of their family members but and this is kind of the butt of the whole study. These researchers found that vampire bats will sometimes share their hard earned blood BARF with bats who are not part of their family stranger and the post office want and shave in Naven. Thank me these days are so rude. So let me get this straight. We know that vampire bats will share their blood meals with other bats in their family So what would make them share their blood meals outside of the family especially if it meant less for themselves. Well that's what Dr Carter and his team wanted to find out. Oh yeah so. What did they do? Well they decided to set up an experiment. Oh My love a good experiment so I the researchers set up their own version of a tree hollow in.
"ah" Discussed on Wow In the World
"That feed entirely on Balat. They're also the only man who's not can dry sept- I got a feeling can fly out for this year. Top Bunk. No Hobie. That was my coffee table. Sorry Round Mr Ozzie now. Woes out about coffee you said so as I was saying vampire. Bats live on bowl and in order to get that blood. They've got a creep out in the middle of the night. Every forty eight hours or so and hunt for fresh Blah hence the reason they're called vampire bats. So where do they go to hunt for fresh blood? Oh well cows. Horses pigs rolled down at my old friend. Gerald McDonald's plays he's got a farm exactly so then head of the bats. You know okay. So here's how it all goes down. I rise step one. The Vampire Bat goes out on a late night hunt and spots a sleeping cow the depth to the bat strikes from getting on all fours. She approaches the cow using a little heat sensor on her nose to detect the perfect spot for maximum warm and step three step three. The bat uses her tiny razor sharp teeth to the cow and the Blood Starts Chore. Now you pigeon stories freaking me out dude back and this is a big. There is some evidence that a lot of cows. Don't even wake up during these back bites so one could assume that not only. Is it not painful.
"ah" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Tyrez there's actually a scientific explanation for this you of scientific explanation for this So I was just reading this new study on vampire bats by a group of researchers at Ohio State University who met up with another group of researchers down in Panama. At this myth Sonian Tropical Research Institute own. And what were they studying? Well one of the researchers Dr Gerald Carter who steadies cooperation vampire bats as a behavioral ecologist and behavioral ecology is that the type of scientists who studies y animals do what they do and how they work together or compete against each other right after learning. That vampire bats are not only really good at cooperating and sharing within their own families he wanted to see how these bats were when it came to sharing with bags that were outside of their families so they wanted to see if bats would go from treating their fellow bats like friends to treating them like family exactly does know what those blazers missing a back door. And that's what got to have an escape route. That's what I always say. Now go fetch me sledgehammer son and I'll get to work son see. Looks like it's already happening in our little colony right here. This is not a colony. This is a vegetable. Power to micro house built four one. This houses a microwave by Golly what will they think of next so as I was saying? The thing with vampire bats is that they're really good at sharing man. You Yes yes I do. Mind that robe is made for one one person. See I even have my.
"ah" Discussed on Wow In the World
"The woods. Well it's so small. I was able to hit the back of my banana. Scooter your best friend. Mindy invented for you. Yes that is true. Thank you for that. I was able to hitch to the back of the scooter and tow it all the way out here called mobile home. So why do you want to do well? I was hoping to sit down with a war Mug of rice. She Mushroom Tea and a good academic journal uninterrupted. I'll let me stop you. I'll be right here if you need me now. Just schoonover because there's only one spot to sit in this place besides the kitchen toilets sinks so. Oh well actually what I mean by uninterrupted is that I own look. I can't hear nothing. Oh No look cute in crime actually. It's only one person so you better now. Would you look at that? You got here either. Nope NOT WANNA live. And that's what that is actually. It's a solar powered environmentally-friendly.
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"Instead of being a better a person become a whole line the parts of yourself that you have shot away because somebody's told you the department somebody said that's is not acceptable. That's good that's bad that's appropriate. That's not find the pieces of yourself that you shouldn't when someone is done that. Jd Yes bringing him back into the lot Backing to who you are because most of us get to this point in life where we feel like something's missing and we go out there and we try and get a pistol trainer or we go and do that coast to improve their mind on. We go and do an MBA. Because that's the thing minutes missing on. SAP video won't ever have to remember that all things you reach full or being winning the approved design of what he'd been handed the everyone else's apart grip. So you're reinforcing areas of yourself There need to find the pieces. That if you didn't why because that's the mistake bring boys back together and become a whole person it will make you laugh surge easier. Yeah I mean and and people people can be mean spirited sometimes and and like he said you know certain things said toys and they trigger something in we you know we we we we we lock it away and but like you saying you know bring bring that out What that be meaningful to to your life into who you are but that also leads into who the truth tellers? That you're circling yourself around your cabinet of Jerks tellers and I think that's it's really important to have to as well to to protect yourself and also to protect those around you so that you are living stress-free stress free life so like for you. Do you have that certain group of truth tellers. That you really like to embody yourself way. Yeah so it's really important. I think to surround yourself with people. We will have a conversation and that conversation isn't always about. You're amazing or Nasr's your this is wrong with you. That's wrong now and the people that can that can pull you off your thoughts. The maple him the I have around me that that I really listen to end. WHO's woods? I will really look at other ones. Who will say they'll so help me to unpack what has come up so Moment of Oh wow okay. That's interesting these people will have the conversation with me announce so you okay. What about this? What about that every this new? I've noticed that you do this or you sites and then they'll have the conversation with your never never any judgment in assigning Literally just having an explorative conversation view to allow you to come to your own conclusions tonight and to allow you to integrate. Whatever you need to integrate in your y you know? They're the people that I have around. May they're the ones that I listen to you. They are my Go-to gang and I always have This same group of people who really need to you just down tool and just have off and having time it's always the same people and trust them. You can have have. You can be yourself you can say whatever is never any angst titan or you know. It's always in good fun. Movies hit Nabis feelings get hurt none of that awesome stuff. It's just complete. Simplicity in the moment. It's it's that moment of trust and like sometimes sometimes we just need to download and you know it's really great to know that you have somebody there without judgment. Yeah absolutely yeah you know. And I have a handful all of those people and they've been my last for a long time Nans and that relationship has blowing over a long period of time and and has always been structure in the foundation. You know they're the ones in when I was eight. What was really bargin? A guide me to spice that unaided yum in. Just tell that spicy love for me without without stepping in and trying to fix everything magister. Allowed me to work through that Everyday then they are the ones they're the people people that you want in your life. Who are they say they give you energy tight your energy drain your energy And they come in and out of your life as we need them to and then just allow you to leave in that space in that mine near Nets coach. That's so true I have my and there's some other people to come in and out you know over my lifetime. I have a core group from high school and again we come in and out of each other's lives you know there's different events that happened at that take place at on but we're always there for each other and even if you don't talk to them for six months you know pick up the phone and call. It's it's you know like you said that that trust that we built with people over time and it's just so wonderful to know that we have those people there but we also learn as you've said and those that Joe those that really You know the shame the negative speak You know that that Gremlin message aged that we get some people and I think that also comes with age as well that you were that no I don't I don't need to go there you know. Oh Yeah I think also that you know it's important not to judge that you. Yeah I'll say that as an amazing opportunity to identify unify the characteristics that you aunt so when that comes up it's like any see that person out of the equation just look at the action in the Emerald characteristic juristic without those involved ENRA- richly. It's a matter of world you're actually. That's not characteristic. Identify with Ryan site site thinking really nasty. I'm not Nazi I see. I see that characteristic not now seeking. I'm really loving inclined on actually connecting me that so it's not about lesson that they have no idea what people here you know what lessons I need to learn in their lifetime for them to Edwige Themselves who went there themselves at that moment but we just need to allow people to actually work through this office. Well it's not it's not just about us. We have the opportunity to make yourselves a great especially can be the best way to do that is turned on right and not to be non judgmental so if there was a song about you what would it be. Law should be simple companions. You GotTa get the notes that you can have caffeine coats implicity to go with it so already have is a rarity. have it out so I do just about out of time. So is there besides letting people know where to find you know Broadway not Tino I know you all over social facebook linked in instagram. And then again you have your your your program the seven steps to beat stress dress for ever where they can get that. Richard Tino DOT com. Is there anything else we need to listeners. Know about you you it is. It's really easy to have a life that he's fuelled individual specifically designed for you just have to break through the rules in the condition edition that you think given and have those minutes cloudy and then be able to take the action to Mutharika really doesn't get any more complex than that are. It's really only just about having the carry of saw scenario each race. Three things as one and so when you live bravely that you Are Living Your Truth and but when you actually live more. Easily and with simplicity nate charge disciplined anywhere near as often laugh so so much easier said the bravery courage makes it sound like it's really hot and it's really not so you just think about it from the point review of a well. I'm not going to have to leave. Encourage discipline. Bribery eating when you're as author. Let's just have a little bit of that beginning so you can take a few steps once you three that it just becomes a habit end because it supports life so beautifully easily just becomes natural eleven. I love it so oh Brown when I want to thank you for being here. I know it's early morning for you. Get but I just met. My heart is full Just being able to work with you and the work that you're doing for so many people and I want to thank you for that. Connie I love love love conversations and John just know that there's people out there who have such amazing life as a result of thanking really simple steps ness. Thank you thank you. So that's all we got for today. Everyone I wanNA thank you for being here and keep following us and sharing with us on all of your favorite social platforms. We are the Connie fife show and I'm GonNa leave you with this with today. Is when we touch a heart. We change a life when we live simply stress just washes away when we change a life. That's when we do become unstoppable together. You're listening to the show and I'm Connie Five. Have a great week and always kind kind to each.
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"Health. The fast is your mind. The second is your body and the city's this is so and naturally with the way that we given conditioning in rules. Most of us have taken at least one. It's always pays off the table if not. Yeah so I'm in your example. What you've said you know I'm exercising? I'm veton and You Know An. I'm working out stress and all that stuff and I would say that you've probably got the working so you may have the minds done because you've got the mind involved in think thinks you're on things and my three career That the body you sorta looking often because you go inside that you've said probably not my food Norwich Madden Enj- maybe go half the buddy don but is not mentioned anywhere in the soul so you've got a complete missing and when you when you take a pill out of the equation region. The hull structure becomes weakened and Togo class. So it's about understanding what where is where those pillows kilos of a balanced looking on all of them and what if you've can something off the title. Have a good look at whites decide wondering workout how you can get it back upon serving. You're a whole person rather than just trying to how a down to two right now that that's really really good advice because a lot of people will wait until it's too late and then they're saying okay. Now what can I do where you know to today. And the stress so many companies are under a main and you've shared the statistics with maybe for the percentage of people that are stressed in companies. In that leads to you breakdowns and suicides and alcoholism and poor performance in the company in the organization. And it's really you know Unfortunately but we have to say but it's up to the company to really step up to the plate because people are under so much pressure but it's also a up to the company to come up you know. Step up to the plate and say okay. Let's not have the stress on our people and when we reduce distress we know performance will increase. So we're the leaders of companies really need to take a step back. Look at those numbers while the leaders in company just need to value the value the health of the organization and the health of need your Often that starts with valuing unhealth on because giant forget. Get that we're having this conversation earlier you know. The individuals run cooperation and so individuals have signed conditioning conditioning. All of us have in Tim's of that draw to success and may end up getting stuck in that so I think it's important for us to acknowledge that Joel wise have got us to where we are but I joe wise will keep the stock this and we really need to disrupt them. You need to do things differently. And there is a real easy. Why Awards? Well that also a really really good point because the leaders they always say that the the most lonely position is at the top. And when you have that that also leads to more stress because you have more burden on you for the success of the organization so it all does start the top and an has to work its way down from there show. Joe Is heard everywhere you can find the kind of factual and most of your favorite network. It's time to now recognizing thank our major networks for all their support report in house. We have much business. Radio cease we radio transformation. Radio I radio we also and Google play Apple Radio Stitcher and so may I just can't keep up. You're unstoppable diva learn. More of a No. We can't work together at my anti shrinking website conny plank show dot com. I'll see you over there until then Mike Mike share shares in the show. So what made you so many things going on so many living savings three. What also what? What are you going on next? What's coming up next so at the moment Working with a number of different on what media overnight hijacked functions around I guess we'll call it doing twenty twenty really differently because we have this time of the year you know the fight starts to come onto the Albanese resolution. We all love those and we'll just my need that hands and we're all completely dedicated in that moment went and then usually we didn't await Exactly back to where the river ends on your my belief. If is that. It's because we're making resolutions around the things everyone's telling us we should be doing And that usually comes uh-huh luggage with me expectations of whether it's this is your family or friends Things I've talk we've mentioned in shape del selves to become the person that we think. That need us. Tha that in itself creates an energy drink so a one of the things I'm working on. Is this project to actually help people to start to change the way that do things do things a little bit differently in twenty twenty and we're going to start that with the white who do the nearest news as relations end as part of that with graded afraid a house series that seven stress rather and studies John My website and it's a free agent series is nothing to do. You accept your name and your email. I don't believe in you have to buy. This is very. It's just replacing Friday night and it's just a series of seven different. Emails can really start to get you thinking a little bit differently about different areas. Sorry Conference Chimes that business that some stuff might say that we can really start to zips in a different way and really understands that This process that you have to throw your entire life. Aw to be able to actually make a change in on is is completely rituals. Never GonNa Happen and it doesn't happen you know if you think about we the accompanying your hand. If you're walking. No engine moved one degree. Oke North where you will end up is significantly different so apply the same principle. Go to any warning to do things differently. Just take one step in a different way and you can change your life when you end up Zoe. This amount series raises all about that as a bright place for people to start when it's going to start thinking differently in doing things differently. Just why you're why I. I love everything that you're doing so we have a couple of questions here Mrs Ours Straight talk tonight. Oh so finish this this sentence for me. And I am unstoppable because because on May a love that I guess I'll say because I know who I am sure I'm a hundred percent connected to who I am right. And because of that in they literally nothing and then the next question really leads to something that you just said that we were out there trying to please a a lot of us have that disease to please and that creates greater stress. Because you're losing trying to do with other people want you want you to be doing. So so how can someone then turn it around. Change that to truly live life with intention. I think the easiest swayed do that is to stop trying to be a better person. Scott Rehab isn't job trying to beneficent. I'll okay okay. The from the from from the beginning of time. There's been this focused on being better something whether it's better at hunting better at whatever during that time. Now it's about being a bit of pests than doing more for others and being more intelligence in being better on the treadmill whatever whatever it is we we were absolutely sorry focused on trying to be beneficent.
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"Louis. So it's fight. Here unstoppable diva and you are here with us on the Connie five show. I want to thank you for coming back each and every week we we we just continue to have a number gas A.. We get so excited are around here. That the production team we just like. Yes we got this we up as and and we always booking these phenomenal guests at join US each and every week and today is no exception so to with us today is she is the simplicity expert the designer of the keep it super simple framework which are principles that are helping people changed their focus so they can lead less complex and more rewarding lives. Sounds good already right. So after spending two days as a high high functioning award winning executive she herself experienced a life changing event that forced her to stop and ask the question. Jin what if there's a better way to live sought for expert confrontation by media globally. I mean she's been featured in many podcasts. facebook live youtube log. Articles print media live TV radio. She's hitting the top of the charts as a writer and highly accomplished business woman and she's doing it. Awesome somewhat simplicity. She's a winner of the civil winner of the twenty nine thousand nine hundred genie awards for women in Business. She's been nominated twice for the twenty nineteen top female author awards. She's an exceptional woman. Kind of excellence from the women's economic form. She's Telstra woman of the year. She is a business news. Forty under forty forty which the youngest recipient ever and she's also represented by talent cotton CR and she just released her most prize work. Get her new book titled Neon So welcome to the county five show Bronwyn not now things comey and I'm to that sort of introduction. There's not really much much else to say. There's over another take a bow so I mean I mean you. You are doing so many accomplished thing in your an accomplished woman. You have a new book coming out. You were speaking around around the world. You've you've been a former executive yourself you do this. Simplicity when you talk about living simply so a Lotta People say oh come on Bronwyn. I really loaner listeners. Know How you can do this. And how you really can't live simply and yet accomplish everything that you want to be accomplishing life. Yeah it's interesting. That's a great question And it's interesting. How many assumptions people might around what I do in how I do it and now a lot of people say oh my God he must be saw busy? You know you've had you've had a massive year look at all the things search Everything's going amazing. It must be out of control. It must ole states and actually what all of that is is just a framework work that we've been handed by the people that says this is how it must stay And against having had the experience that I had all my life including shattering in because I pushed myself too hard for too long and slightly bark and having to rebuild my life off the back of that You know I really had to decide if I wanted to go back and do things in the same way or with our protect Wishing for they. So how can I do this differently and that process of rebuilding and restructuring and this recreating allowed me to you. Go to really design that he could simple flyway. And that's just a set of principles that help you to really see life more clearly. See The options auctions in front and just Gajah halfway more easily through that so you know. Simplicity to me is understanding mine energy. And what's going on with my energy is lauded. Do I need to refuel. And and then if I need to racial. What do I need to do to do that? So it's it's about really connecting undestanding signals in symptoms within mind body and Marston constantly. Telling me you're constantly giving me messages about and where I'm at age and then just really connecting that letting that guide how you do things and I think really the results in the chievements had across twelve months is he's amazing. Example of how easily you can take your life in a different way without having complete business out of control troll tightness old with some night. While you're you're you're right and you say you know we were groomed were groomed. You know go off get a good education nation to this definition of success is work a lot of hours and put in a lot of time and go. Go go go logo. I mean that's really how we'd been groomed to work in. That's what we've been taught that the definition of success is but you truly are. I mean really disrupting that message and saying no. You don't have to do it that way. You can do it more simply. You can't be in tune with you with to your body and you can't still have success. That's exactly right The menu you have this is your your third book and you know right right behind and you the folks that will see this by video. See Graphic for your book cover which is a lovely book cover and whatnot and their the show. A new book is the air on beyond our Ha so just a quick synopsis. What is this book about because it is you Sir yes? This one is a little bit different. Which surprised as do disrupt things awesome? Why not radical get a different light? Essentially what I was saying a lot when I was at during my work as a lot of people Grasping Maze Resources. That are out here. WHOA teach them how to find it online? And this is a really good result since inst- but what I was finding people assigned to me again these monuments Atari and then nothing in the stalking them the massive revelation of Oh my goodness about Mirage and then the is just sort of wondering around. We didn't really lost look nights and so what I really wanted to do was create a resource that helps people to actually move three. That won't easily. Yeah but also to create results that can help you to actually challenge Rosa even given a month. And you're talking about one of those today where we're told there is no definition to success but we all Tiek's actions than we do these things we have to be busy. We'd have to work. We we have to have a commute. We have to do all of these things. Otherwise we company successful that's a classic that's a classic example Will rule that we've been given that we would not even conscious we just somehow those into living is is. This book is all about their fifty two of those rules as examples of rules that we have in our lives nights that can affect affect you in different ways And I've got a little bit of context written about those rules so that we can start to understand and maybe even get an ornament around. That might be running in Ula. You didn't know about it and then would have done is credited questions that you can start to ask yourself to south generally through that process to understand what what is your life and how. It's impacting what's holding you back. Maybe even making a small end creating a small version itself so that you're you're not a hallway Zhong itself. Fatima wild and I really wanted to do that so that I can start teaching people that they can think around these things that can recreate those things themselves and just completely smashed lawyers rules and create new rules. That have. It's so it's really consciously connecting with how you want to leave your life around that area and you want to do and how you can actually move away from the rules in a really in court easy and Corn Twi well that that leads me into the question that just came to mind. You have people out there. You know I'm I'm strong I'm healthy. I work out every day but I'm working twenty hours a day and I'm stressed and I'm really not super inning right but I'm okay from. What is it that has to? What is that moment? That Aha moment for them is going to shake them up to say. Wait a minute I need to listen to Bronwyn. She has something to say here and I think I need to listen to that before. And so there's a couple uplifting there that I would say the first thing is if you stress last night under control. If you're stressed than something you need to attack the second something I would say is one of my greatest. Discoveries is three key pillars to.
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