25 Burst results for "Abella"

"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:37 min | 5 months ago

"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

"I mean it's all there but yeah i'd never tutu and dance around. I wasn't swan. I mean at this point. You've held every major belt and every title like there when you say there really is no peak. Is that true is there. Something that like you could achieve You know at wrestlemainia at summer slam coming up versus a certain opponent a certain belt to certain something where you could be like i can die a happy man now know now that i know my wrestling career was fulfilled. Already at that point where what would it be for you to be like the actual peak. I mean truthfully. If i if i look at my career in retrospectives fashion. It really feels like. I've accomplished than things things that i got to do that. I never thought i would even have a chance to do you know Examples obviously or the money in the bank cash in from sawyer's creating moments like that or urges student segments with some of my favorite know ric flair. I've been in the ring with roddy piper. I got to wrestle sting. I'm wrestling age summer. Sleep speaking of attitude resume match with an attitude. Era guy for someone your age is like first of all. You've probably didn't think it's even possible because you know you need a crazy bastard like ed. You still out there doing it. But that's gotta be a cool bucket list feeling exactly i mean. Those are things that. I never even would have written down on michael to my goal list. I oh If for whatever reason it all ended. Tomorrow i'd be very satisfied with my career but that's not to say that it's like i've done all there is to do. I never been on the marquee wrestlemainia. Like i've never been hulk hogan vs. Seth rollins like the guy tickets. I sent a cash in the moment that incredible matches i brock listener. They are a couple of years back. But i've never had that that. Be at the top of the top and so to me until i get that out kind of always be driving myself forward and then it's about legacy to you know you you know like you said it's about heirs right. You compare eras yet. But i'll ago jetways johnson and doing what's ric flair doing. What are their numbers. But how hot. What was the impact that they had on the industry. How i get my name in that conversation. How do people talk about me. The way i talk about shawn michaels like these are all just things that well in my is those moments. I think when you talk about like like the money in the bank moment to me. It's it's not even necessarily like you don't think about whole pay per views. Sometimes you don't even think about matches you think about individual moments within a match you know and i think that that money in the bank. One something like that does that. Just come down from writers is that are you part of that influencing that like you know. Is that your idea. Their idea combination of it. 'cause that's got to feel pretty cool when you realize like oh this moment's gonna fucking is gonna kill it That particular moment was my idea. From beginning. that's awesome. Good holwell don. The execution of it was was a collaborative effort as far as making a triple threat match and winning it. That way But i had thought to cash in in the main event wrestlemainia and I had thought of a few months ahead of time. And i and i kinda put it in the right people's ears and waited to see kind of how the few to the rivalry between listener and roman was going to percolate What i was gonna look like. I kind of had a bit of nostradamus moment..

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"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

"To sweet home alabama again is morning alarm. it keeps saying. What are you doing. Step bro edit number three revenge edit number three revenge porn isn't a thing where i live south of the mason dixon abbott china. The you can. Just i most whenever you want wherever you want. I mean the fact that the that the one guy's making fun of him by playing sweet home alabama means like they might be in the south. Oh no gotta gotta no well. Yeah maybe maybe it is. It is south. That's not fully south that they think alabama south not realizing that their so west. Virginia is probably that far south. You know right. It's kind of a little bit further up there but we're not the south with the north. Never mind we're out in the midwest like it was like you know if you're somewhat there you're you're like saint louis like dead in the middle or whatever it was like not year missouri and say was you're in the fuck in mid with you. Sorry there in the mid west. Where like what you're in the south. If you're not northeast. You're in the south. You're all in the fucking south. God adage in south korea out in the northeast year. Even if you can't get to the water in forty five minutes into the ocean beach in the south what about a late lakes count. You know what i'll give it to. Yeah yes otherwise. We'll get mad chicago so her lake shore drive but what. I think that the just read me. It sounds like you know how some pamphlets for states like when you're driving through stop and that's like the anti pamphlet for the south. Yes look as the deal. I've been fucking my cousin and my parents are pissed. I ended up picture of his dig to everyone. What are we talking about. Dude i love the whole wrench. Riley finding new orleans differently statutes and laws and shit for like. But it's a thing either abortion. I can't vote..

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"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

"That day return i i love it. Puzzles don't always have answers. Could that's how they're puzzles and chinese riddle. That wanna keep puzzles. Have answered the smiley. It's all a lot of question mark and the smiley face okay. So i mean puzzles put in the photo. Puzzles have answers but no not always news. I like i like that. What about i mean. It's his thing so you can't change it but what about the question. Mark was a jigsaw puzzle piece. Oh yeah yeah no more. He's a lot more sense. And i think i'll be honest. I think your dad riddles. I mean riddles puzzles. Don't have they're not fans muscles. Yeah and the question. Market apply riddle question. I think remember it also. I'm getting that probably today and it doesn't make any sense. You wanna you wanna hear. That's a dad thing and you know he's like doesn't every time pulses don't always events mr fighters were coming through. My sister texted me and said that she was like mom. And dad are having the most passive aggressive fight of all time out of it. Came one of the more ridiculous lines i've ever heard of. Man tried to argue while fighting with his his woman. Gonna this is because my mom is such a pain in the ass. My dad that sometimes. I'm like jesus christ lady he's got a massacre you one day but then you see like what my dad does. Sometimes and it's like oh yeah. That was annoying and she'd be pissed off we saw might so duncan lives with them now. One of his treats when he's doing like drop it like we give them we give them a little pieces of cheese like rewards whatever little little craft singles right and so i sat through it myself and i don't know if it was the rapper or cheese hoping it was just the rapper but there was a wrapper on the ground and she was like you know. Can you clean it up. And he didn't clean it up and he goes. I mean it's the same thing as a leaf..

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"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Were the queen of the geek culture club like you imagine like say ron rolls up of like you know. The typical nerd glasses bartered hair. And they're all dorks and then like in the middle is fucking abella. What we're playing video game tournament. You fucking loser. Don't back about table tennis ping pong. No what do you do. Start the porn club. I'm no i mean. Maybe if there was a humor something definitely like cheerleader. I think basically yeah and the sorority different fraternities down there All right so in the clubs are out. Yeah sounds like doing sports in parties. Losers do bugging activities. Come on your. I don't know how to play any sports. Do you know. I just saw. I don't play. I get like tennis pro to teach me and like get really good. Okay we have like a minute to do that. You got to school tennis. I didn't factor in the everyone else has been doing their whole life extremely hard to play college. Lake very very elite. Yeah all right. We'll work on that. But i mean how olympics why can't really good become bars athlete like way. Anything is possible you. Are you live near the school. yes okay. now you're gonna like live there. No banana doorns about my gosh. Why would i live in a little door. Have like a huge like action. How many bedrooms on your house. So it's So have five bedrooms Somebody maid's room which i don't kow. It's like there's at my house was built in the fifties and there's a tiny little maid's bedroom that's in my garage. But it's like a bedroom but i mean it's not used for anything five and a half a. Yeah it's just me. And i mean i really do. I really suck it being alone. So i have friends. Stay with me alive like at my sister. who's also my best friend like. I make him like pretty much live with me. I'd be sure someone's always at my house because it's very scary to be in the house alone. The entire second floor is just my room and it's like all the way at the end like it's really scary. They'll like even buster tiffany. Like if we're sleeping in my house alone like she'll like grab a knife from the kitchen linked put on the news. And i'm like what we were totally convinced that there was an she got me so convinced that we're just in my room like dying of fear could visit there was an intruder and it now have security cameras. So i don't live. There was nobody there now. There wasn't anyone dares paranoid and two girls. It was all right so we'll do this reality show about going to college no doubt We didn't get it. We didn't talk about yesterday but one of the main things that you were excited about here was all your love conspiracies. Oh my god what are you. What are you thinking. What's your big conspiracy thoughts these days guys or any new ones. That you've been no not really I try to like. I was telling you how like what i listen to this. Podcast about conspiracy like really old ones. So maybe you could tell me. My favorite one recently was axons..

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"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Right. Yeah just if you search caroline's You can get tickets there and You know it's a good show. We always hang out afterwards. When i think about carolina they got the bar right. There usually hang out in the lobby afterwards sake. Pictures is luck. Carolina dot com. You can get tickets What's the day of the week. Sorry i wednesday wednesday so you don't have to worry about any weekend plans. So wednesday september fifteenth case. You radio back live in manhattan. Go get your tickets. Now and let's get into it with the danger is brought to you by new amsterdam. Vodka abella is the goat new amsterdam's the goat. One of the best box out. There came on the scene. What a few years ago dimes. Things just happened. That are perfect. And i'm so over right now and just a little guy guy customer. Fancy the bottle. I didn't know what was going on there. A reason i and the beauty is do you can take. Yeah you wanna. Fbi gentlemen about it but you can. You can do shots. You can do mixed drinks. You can do my teens with it. slushy you know summertime drinks everything would amsterdam because it is five times distilled extra smooth and you got this the barstool commemorative bottle limited edition for this summer. You can get it and you always got the bottle. It is one of the coolest bottles i realized. I am such basic bitch when it comes to this stuff like this bottle makes a difference to me like the fact that it looks like the freedom tower it looks like a beautiful building on like a skyline in fact some of these cans are now skinny and tall and some of the colors. Unlike i am just a sucker for packaging and branding marketing. This cool bottle. Oh margie can sell things to me. i'm gonna get. They could put it in this giant jar jar who observer pretty bottom buying it so go get your new amsterdam vodka and get the commemorative addition limited edition bottle from barstool sports all right. Let's.

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"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"abella" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Addition to kfc radio on the parcel sports network clancy and final bergh It's danger week so we're going to get right into it Bellas on the show. If you listen to my podcast yesterday you heard her talking about her future. And some of the things that she's doing. And i remember thinking like john was john was at the classic right. Yeah so i had done that alone. I was like i can't wait for john to get home and i like telling you that abella is going to college. Was like one of my favorite things. They just stunning. Look on your face like are you fucking kidding. But the more stunning thing was look the stunning look on her face. Which is what do you mean like. I said that the most beautiful thing about abella is that she doesn't get it don't you genuinely is like. Oh yeah i guess like it will cause a stir that i'm going to be a porn star in college. Are you gonna address. How are you going to look how you look. I'd never seen her clothes. Unless unless abella. I'm looking at right after bill. I want you to see this abella. You do the rob mcelhinney move where you just start drinking a pint of ice cream every night and put on i dunno sixteen pounds. It's gonna to below the tits off every classroom. You walk into everyone's going to be like fuck is that not now who the fuck is that. That's who i think right but even if you don't know they're going to be like well like there might be young guys don't know everyone. Maybe some young girls girls don't know everyone knows and there but even if they're you know they're to be like they're gonna make that checks for something that's not just a normal girl. I showed my girlfriend a clip of abella. Oh the clip. Where abella asked rudy. If you're married do you think he forgot. But then i showed her that clip and as soon as the bell of walk through the door she goes. Jeez us about what about rudy. Nobody bela who said that. My oh about yeah soon. As soon as the bell came to the door. She's walking about that. I mean yes no type of show. Stop whether or not you even know. It doesn't matter like there's not other girls wasn't that we're wearing when she's wearing who are also incredibly recognize of man. She's bill fucking love you. Everyone else does too well. She she said to me and said some of the comments or saying that they're sick of a danger week. I hope that this was still wherever she goes. I hope that this was still worth it for you. I was like By the way it was after we've done at that point answer the internet and my podcast two things. That's not like you know. Been an.

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"abella" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:16 min | 7 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Current

"You remove a child. Even three weeks to a child away from a parent can be a long long time. So i've found dead. Actually the hardest. Judging i ever again because i never knew whether what i was deciding was going to turn out to be right for these kids. The rest of judging. Of course you listen to both sides you hear what they say. The facts were and then you decide what had happened but in family law. You're trying to figure out as a judge what is likely to happen based on what you've heard. And how do you know that. I mean the you. Just you just have to understand how important it is to be compassionate and to be humble as say. There's a real humility to that too listening. But also taking yourself out of the in some ways out of the position that you're in and i think that's where i learned how to do that and i think that's what judges really have to do because it's not about us in a courtroom. It's not about our lives that we're judgy. We're judging real people in front of us with real problems ranging from family law which is the most raw i think. Criminal law where their liberty is at stake commercial law whether economics are at risk. The range is huge. But every time you're dealing with real people who have genuine problems. They want the law to try to fix. So it did teach me that you have to be humble and understand that People are desperate for you to try to get it right and so we do try to get it right whether we do get it right of course depends on whether the person won or lost. I rarely had people who've lost up to me and say great decision. I really liked the way you let the other person with So somebody always loses and somebody always thinks you got it wrong but you do your best based on what you know. And based on listening you hinted at that in in your farewell speech in which he said the justice is the application of law to.

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"abella" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:50 min | 7 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Current

"From cbc positive tests and the fifth estate brainwashed is a multi part investigation into the cia experiments in mind control from the cold war and m. k. Ultra to the so-called war on terror. We learn about a psychiatrist who used his patients as human guinea pigs. And what happens when the military and medicine collide. Listen to brainwashed on the cbc. Listen up or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. She is a trailblazer who has left an outsized mark on the life of this country. Ever since she was. I made a family court judge at the age of twenty nine. Here is how supreme court chief justice reshad wagner described the work of his colleague justice. Rosalie abella heard over. A thousand appeals penned underwood's of judgments and pushed forward your remarkable judicial career as chief justice. I wish to take this opportunity on behalf of my colleagues and indeed on behalf of all canadians to take justice adela for having been such a champion of equality rights she has been instrumental in developing the court's jurisprudence in disregard as well as in other important areas of the law at all times with passion with did -cation and limitless energy. Now justice.

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"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:48 min | 8 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"League. Little havana is but i will say that number one having grown up in a city like this with people from all over the world. What number two knowing. What's going on in countries like cuba and obviously my family being connected to that i will say. I think it's probably giving me a lot of grit. I think it's given me. Yeah i think it's given me an edge in the business world in a sense for at least in the united states because i am very much aware of what is available to me in the united states. It's not it's not perfect by any means a whole lot of problems here okay. Not perfect by any means no no system no country. Nothing is perfect but now what we're doing right now would not possible in cuba really realize that they can't start businesses like we can start businesses. They don't even have access to the internet like we have access to the incident. Well i did have managed to get to find it but that was ten years ago so i was ten years ago. I to find it but the internet connection wasn't great depending on where you was privileged if it more kind of in and if you're tourist they'll give it to you. But it's and that was in havana. Well wasn't stanford from atlanta mechanisms. You're also a tourist. So they'll they'll give it to you because you're tours people living there is a completely different situation where they have to sneak into a tourist places to get it sometimes. They'll seen so even that even something as simple that we have. In first world countries take complete advantage of like like people always complaining about social media and all that kind of stuff and horrible things. It's done to people in. Yes all about is true. Social media can be a dumpster fire. The internet can be a dumpster fire. Yes right but for me. My mentality is like i have this tool available to meet so build wealth and make money and if i don't figure that out that's my fault that is on me because there are other countries on this planet that don't have access to this. Do the thing is the pandemic coming even bricks and mortar businesses lot. Them wouldn't have survived if they turn to online and pivot doing deliveries food deliveries and everything that is in shops stanford we have to offer online and deliver it so the incident was very imperative. It showed how important it can be now the people but what are you doing. Great work there just for the audience listening. I will remind you of Amandas website again if you wanna get to learn more about her work. It's amanda at pella dot com. Is that correct. Yeah technically it's obey. If you wanna say to two hours to pronounced a wire that's royal you're on are no longer spanish actually which got me by actually In the philippines. I think some people in the philippines still speak spanish right. There's a job and they're broken. Their language is derived from some spanish. But you will understand it. Really nice but yes. Right was a spanish calling in the same way by had more links to mexico at the time during the colonized day so interesting i actually. I think you win. The philippines got their independence from spain the same year night. Alright not yet yes right. Yeah that's right the same war the american food passively. Who knows that's not going to politics too much. We're trying to get into the business. A man has been a great pleasure having his show. And we can have you back again. Or i'll stay in touch anyway certainly. And you're gonna give me some tips in a minute about outbound. Sales absolutely coach. Amanda thanks for coming on the show today. thank you for having me. That's for this episode..

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"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:38 min | 8 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"America's cup lot more south north but here is kinda north as well but it's it's broken down to two different towns almost different county. Yeah in the. Us we draw a florida. You pro up name miami florida's beautiful city right now. Everybody's moving here from new york and california. Say about six suitcases and podcast michael. Miami is booming is true and other buildings so yeah you will probably won't even recognize it because it's it's what we were saying. The whole economic shifting. It's all coming to florida like for example. All these events that used to go down in new york in california. They're not doing them in new york and california right now. I guess there's more restrictions so let they're all in miami a lot of business events to go to right now. Oh i was just that one last weekend a bunch of meetings next week. I'm it's just crazy. The amount of people moving here companies moving here events going on down here. It's a total one eighty. Well ramaz london. Obviously london's now. Uk's open not for business slowly now since last week so You know people are now allowed to me slowly but surely so same kind of thing you know. I used to go to some some events. But i think miami's the much nicer surrounding both inside and now isn't it. There is a joke in miami that in the summer. Were kind like london because like it rains every day you way. More human yeah. It's the humidity here in the philippines. Actually yeah there's some yeah probably similar to the. Have you ever been to cuba as well. We all know it's a political thing but you know i have my pockets. Having gone back since they left they left his children. It's it's definitely a weird political. It's more complicated than that. I'll call politics degree as well as keyboard. Interesting stuff going on there too from what i hear from people who are more connected because they have children their parents nair. I'm hearing. it's a bit of a tinderbox over there. So yeah. I mean i know there were starting to be some changes when i was there. When fidel went out and his brother hugo came in week pandemic again it just exacerbated a lot of issues over there. They don't have as much money coming in. That's what i'm hearing right. Plus we true. Yeah because they had rations. When i was still yeah and and i dunno speaking. Venezuelans not really maintaining them anymore. So there's there's a lot of stuff going on there like people will ask me all the time like have you been to. I'm like my mother told me but yeah because it is a political thing. I mean family member. I have family members who have gone back in there. Like there's nothing left their thing. Yeah that's right. we're i was around the locals. And there were sort of now on waiting for castro together while he is not is not important anymore. But you know it's kind of it's it's a regime isn't it is raging. It's a it's a communist dictatorship regime. I will say though that having that have let me having grown up in miami. While i was growing up it was mostly cubans venezuelans columbia's everybody is place called little cuba there. But there's something.

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"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

02:31 min | 8 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Clients start seeing results within that forty five to sixty day mark already started in mri results right. So that's the main thing that we do. We run it live three times a year and then we also have an on demand version of a and that if we if you want us to build our all the tech that we teach we have available as well right antagonistic. Well sunday fairfield fewer outbound sales. Welcome dune which isn't nation. I know about as well for five days but also helps a lot now. And i think a my as i speak to you about. I think that's where a lot of the real money is people. Just wait for money to come to the anomaly. Why don't you just go out and get money. saw anything. what us right. The the no has to be so happy become rates. You find out more about this. Yeah so there. Any women who are listening to this who consider themselves coach. Or maybe even a freelancer and you want to get really good. At sales we have a free. Facebook group called high ticket sales for women coaches and of course craters. You can text the word. Join two eight three three three two one zero three one four and they'll just give you all the instructions on how to join and for everything else. Which is you know my podcasts videos. Those programs all the things you amanda obey dot com right. That's fantastic a really great conversation. Amanda fuller to a best friend. Mary took i love that love. That and i love that. Are you in australia or the uk. I'm only. I'm trying to right okay. So i'm actually from london. But i am actually working with an australian company so okay. She's mushy in the philippines because it got an officer things sound through this. It's exactly what i'm saying. Outbound work right. I mean people from all over the world. Yesterday i talked to someone in south. Africa is awesome right. So it's really but you don't do that unless you put yourself out on guests from the world as well so From australia so is predominantly. Us and uk. Because i congratulate uk us got that kind of is on your upon disney between my accent zealand. Australia uk confused. I pick an irish one out though. Is it to london next next time you come on a show. There's like different access from.

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"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

04:43 min | 8 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"I would say the one on one work as soon as possible right i got there. I was someone coach. Yeah stop it. stop it. we're going to offer it if you're gonna offer it needs to be the most expensive thing. Memento gonna do that exactly right. So am i the reason. I say this because in my first business i was freelancing so i was doing stuff for people and i was only doing one on one consulting on the side when people were asking me for it and i got to a point where i'm like i can't scale this thing like there's only so many hours in a day. This isn't going to work. So what i ended up doing. Which is what. I teach a lot of my clients how to do is i took everything. I'd been learning over those at that. Point but persuade to prophet came out in two thousand seventeen so seven years and i put it into a program and a system that i walk people through to be like okay at the at the time when it first came out. It was a lot more like marketing and influence building in some sales. Now what we cover is system influence and sales so what we do. Is we take everything going on in that big beautiful brainer yours right it into a system that you can sell your intellectual property in other words for example for example we have a client who came to us recently. She's a career coach. Shows making seven thousand dollars a month working thirty thirty every thirty days as she was working so much. She was working like eight days a week. So what we did is we helped her create. Okay what is your intellectual property. What is your program. What are the videos. What is the system. What what is the thing here. Right that we can create and then you can sell that you don't have to trade your time for. She went from making seven thousand dollars in thirty days working twelve hour days to having her first seventeen thousand dollar week working half the time..

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"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

06:00 min | 8 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"I know for me and my business. The real money has come from outbound meaning making those connections meeting the people. Do you turn someone who's in your dm's into a phone call into a client if your podcast. How do you turn that into sales opportunities referral partners. All after the show at one i will i got you got you right. So what ends up. What's ended up happening a lot in the in the space right and one of the reasons i mean. We'll work with men too but like one of the reasons we're really talking to women is because they're signing up for all these coaching programs that are teaching them mindset manifesting marketing but no one's really teaching them sales all important combined it with cells that combine it with sales. And that's when you're really making money people were like how. How did you get to a multiple six figure business in two years. How do you have enough money to hire. Who's my right hand woman. Everybody loves india right there. Like how do we find one of her. I'm like. I'm like you need to learn how to sell like you actually need to learn this skill set of sales and how this works. So what's going on is like i said a lot of being taught build these funnels and send out emails and the people are just gonna come to you. And that's that's not how sales works man really. How does it work. You ought to build a lot of connections in is a people business relationships radium report. Networking isn't it could pick up a lot of. So here's what i mean by outbound sales right like most people don't know how to walk into a working event and be like there's my client there's my client right. I know how to do that right. I see i can walk into a room pickup clients. Yeah these days especially in the pandemic. everything's online. Isn't it all just sitting in person that actually this past weekend and it was glorious glorious..

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"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

05:19 min | 8 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"I started noticing these trends many many years ago and i think the pandemic just really forced things that were already happening. It just really compressed. The timeline so yeah the book everyone was freaking out about money. And they're like. I have all these questions so i answered the questions in the book and it became. It was an amazon bestseller in two categories. I think it was budgeting. And it was Entrepreneurship i think. Those are the two categories where it was a bestseller It still gets me podcast interviews. It still gets me speaking engagements all use it to send out to clients and referrals stuff like that. Play bill. use it for sales for sure So the book kind of caught me at duct fourteen point. Now we're in. What twenty twenty one. So there's full others severed your shift crooks. Nukes that are forever on really. Yeah i think. I was just telling you like there's no way i would it be able to write a book like that again. 'cause there's there's a part of me it's like oh my god i know so much more now or like i've gone through so much more transformation i would go back and i'd be like i change it this way. Are i do this thing or i do that. And then i'm like no. Don't do that because you would. This is still helpful to people who are in that stage. And you're never going to be able to write something like this again because you're not there anymore. I think for me. Because i really transitioned from from what. I did my book at the same time and got help for it to be honest motivational speaker in arizona. Hilts me although it's my book and my idea but transition is to poke cost very quickly but now audiobooks are quite quite huge now really together with the pope called spoon recently. Am you know. Audiobooks are really really becoming a kind of trend. As well so. I think probably might delve into that side of things rather than actually roy printed book tradition. I'm i'm sure i've got lots of other books and me but it's it's a timing thing it's like. Yeah it's a timing thing and it's also like i don't know i haven't gotten the divine intuition to bring it out yet. They're like things you gotta handle. I well that's it. Yeah exactly how many projects you can do. I mean what you got one book at me. I'm quite happy to have a book. I'm quite thrilled actually. So yeah so. I was still like a freelance financial writer. Mostly and i was doing some coaching here and there. When i wrote that book and i knew sales i mean i talk about sales in the book but what was interesting was i still. The light switch. Still hadn't really gone off in terms of like. Hey you run a business or hey your ceo. Now or hey. Let's really get good at the skill set of making money. They are there. Were still some bumps in the road between that. And now i am now but it is cool to go back and see like where you were and how far you've come certainly bumps in the race for everyone the united as always just to get round and stuff like that so normal so bring us up today. What what you doing nowadays. Yeah so right now. The ceo and founder of make. Money your honey. We named our company after that. Oh yeah and the podcast is named after the books of the book is still around what we do now. Is we own. A marketing and sales training company for women coaches creatives and consultants. Who and when we help them do. Is we help them triple their revenue. Ninety days working half the time for through a specific framework..

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"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

05:54 min | 8 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"That's what my parents did. So i'm like oh that's why never heard this conversation. Because they don't know how to make money. They know how to go get a job but they don't know how to make money right the so now. The dots are connecting right. But what was so interesting. Was i read that book then else like okay. Well if i can't find a job can i make a job. Is that a thing i can do. So i literally google how to make money writing because i always wanted to be a writer I was a literature. Major in college did journalism. I was in the school newspaper in high school. And i'm like that'd be fun. And that's how it all started. And i got my first client which was basically a content mill. Those things don't exist anymore but basically what they would be was you'd write a bunch of articles and then you'd get paid a portion of the ad revenue right so i had one of those. That's my first client. And they had a bunch of finance articles. Open like you could take the assignment for finance articles. And i was like well. I don't know anything about money. What if i got paid to learn about money. That's where my brain went right. So that's what i started doing. And then i started a blog. It was called grad meets world at the time it was a little millennial joke from tv show called boy meets world okay and and i ended up turning into my career. I mean did eventually find employment. I was a recruiter during a recession. Great time to be a shoulder very challenging. But i did learn a lot about running a business because i was. I was there all the time. I was helping the owner of the company so i learned a lot about running business. I'm ver- i'm i basically got paid to get my mba. That's what what i might say. Yeah i also learned a lot about what not to do..

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"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

05:12 min | 8 months ago

"abella" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"And awakens. Your innermost capability. You have the training and the talent to succeed but do you have the guts to fail. I love what i do. We love what you do. You want to be the best at it. Today is about the power you you will change to find your path to success to the journey of those who have succeeded. And now your host dave pomme welcome. Welcome back to the day power show and with minnesota. I have an award winning content creator keynote speaker and business coach who specializes in helping business. Owners activate their persuasion priorities. So they can make more money and live a more affluent life. Amanda abella welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. I'm very excited to be here very exhausted. Your hair as well. Amanda very excited your hair and look at your book. First of all the eyebrow book actually in two thousand fourteen enough in q. published one. Just before two thousand. I i think i think when did i bring it out. I think i brought it out in fourteen. Yeah january seventh. Twenty fourteen i think is when the book came out about six or seven months after i quit my last job really. Okay well i just retired from the fire. Service or just retiring setup book was kind of a transition expression what to guarantees and talking coaching stuff. Not say a bit. Lock yourself at the saints time. Really the title make money. Your honey are normally. The title is no money. No honey. isn't it so very usually unfortunately other wife one won't allow me to to make that same but anyway tell us about your what. I was inspired by. First of all was the beginning of the book. He told me about your own story where he is a college student. So this is about that. What brought you up to date now. We've success you went from. Yes yes so. That was like a whole is actually just thinking about this. This morning as i was journaling. I'm like damn girl you've been through quite a transition in the last ten years or so with like the major major transition probably in the last couple of years but So the book is kind of like the halfway point. Between where i started and where i am right now which is very interesting to go back and see that and people still get tons of value out of it. So i'm like okay. We'll keep getting tons of value. Because i'm never going to be able to write a book like that again because i'm not in that space anymore. So at the point..

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Duckbill Dino Odyssey Ended in Africa

60-Second Science

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Duckbill Dino Odyssey Ended in Africa

"North america fossils of duck billed. Dinosaurs are abundant so abundant that paleontologists sometimes ignore them in search of more exciting species like t rex triceratops. They were so common often. Wouldn't lock them and just left him out in the field university of bath evolutionary biologist. Nick long rich but duck bills had never been found in africa. So long rich did a double take when he was visiting the natural history museum of marrakech in morocco and came across the sixty six million year old jawbone of previously undocumented duck bill species night instantly knew what it was and i just couldn't figure out what it was doing. Their its presence in north. Africa was problematic because the late cretaceous period. The planet was warmer which means sea levels were higher. Africa was isolated from all the other continents by water and there didn't seem to be any way that they could get their in this. Perhaps duck bills swim hundreds of miles across open ocean from what is now europe. It's not as far fetched as it might sound. In fact paleontologist once thought duck billed dinosaurs were aquatic but that theory eventually fell out of favour nonetheless. There's evidence that duck bills were well adapted for swimming. they had these really big powerful hind limbs. Great big feet. They've got a long deep tales. It could've used for sculling. They might have been pretty good swimmers. Plus other animal species have been known across oceans albeit rarely elephants monkeys and even hippos for example. Have all colonize new places after swimming or floating. There it's incredibly improbable. But over millions of years these once millionaire events will happen on average once every millionaires to better understand the migrations of duck billed dinosaurs long rich and his colleagues reconstructed their evolutionary tree. The duck bill seem to originate north america. They migrated across the land bridge into asia. Jump over into europe and then finally this european lineage. one branch of that evolutionary tree jumps into africa. Long rich's team dubbed the new species are not yet odysseus. Some duck bills were fifty feet long but not be was perhaps the smallest of these cretaceous vegetarians about the size of a pony and while north american duck bills were being hunted down by hungry. T. rex in africa ours. Knob likely had to contend with fearsome abella sors which were smaller but similar to t rex. The study is in the journal. Cretaceous research insights into aaj. A- could help answer questions about the end of the age of the dinosaurs this just before the asteroid ahead. We're getting a snapshot of the dinosaurs in their final moments that sort of twilight of the dinosaurs along with things like t rex and triceratops. These are the last dinosaurs on earth.

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"abella" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"abella" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"With their season opener by a thirty three to three final Brady throws three touchdown passes. dominate here at July as they take the first step in two thousand nineteen after celebrating the final step of twenty eighteen by this board sometime for straight talk brought you by straight talk wireless yet patriot's with a thirty point win over the Steelers on the night they raise a championship banner Tom Brady six and all in his career at home against the Steelers ready Abella check fourteen and three in week one as a starting quarterback in coach do almost week one wins by that kind of do all it best win percentage among do wells with at least ten. its fourth largest win by a defending Superbowl champ in their season opener second largest margin of victory against the Steelers all time that a thirty four point when in nineteen eighty six this one by thirty. dealers three points tied for the team's fewest in a game since in the last ten seasons and Tom Brady and a lot to do with that is forty eighth career game with at least three hundred passing yards and three touchdowns its first game it's good to start one and no on some guys made some big plays a love how Phil play Josh made plays Jules did after saving group so is there is some good things to build on trying to trying for next week time given what what he's been through and what he's potentials for the team to see Josh play as well as he does is that is that can give the the team as a whole left. Josh is a great player he was last year for us and it's great to have out there and you know he's a dynamic player and you know every game that we played together there's just more things that come up with more trust that's built. and you know you find in a way to get him the ball Tom are you didn't have a chance to work with Josh Gordon Gillian much during training camp how do you feel your chemistry was with those guys tonight yeah we got we got plenty of work to do in I think it was good with internal ball over we were pretty penalty free for awhile until the fourth quarter our defense played great so it's a good formula for women don't turn over not a lot of penalties. you know could done better job in the right area which you know which no I think we can do I don't think anything was perfect tonight. try to get back to work tomorrow and try to get ready for next week in Miami. others an old baseball expression from what twenty years ago chicks dig the long ball how much do you like throwing a deep yeah that's a good thing. do you agree. yeah well the the long ball so yeah I was awfully good to get a few in there with it was it was it was a game we weren't. like we were making consistent enough plays in the big place really helped us tonight and they'll help us every week if we can make it on but I think you know it's got to be different things every week and sometimes it's a big place sometimes more methodical drives and. you know whatever they're gonna defend we've got to figure out how to execute against so that's what you know we'll get back to work again it's the first game of the year so there's a lot to learn from our new players out there and try to build on you know tonight and try to get to know. Wilder said first career multi role touchdown game ninety five yards receiving also a career high Julian Edelman six catches eighty three yards receiving becoming the fifth patriots with fifth patriot with five hundred receptions in franchise history patriots set to add another weapon for week two for their match up with the dolphins who were routed in week one Antonio brown. released by the raiders before landing into when women that deal should be finalized Monday the raiders portion of the story though may not be done. ESPN analyst Mike Tannenbaum says their decision to cut a bees guarantees. isn't necessarily an iron clad decision this is incredibly subjective standard what you may think this product that's about what I may think it really doesn't matter because arbitrators have ruled in the past that behavior may be weird it may be unusual but in their sole discretion they determine what conduct detrimental is and again I've seen affected of union lawyers make arguments of like well maybe that behavior was you know not acceptable for that day but is that really constituting a twenty nine million one hundred thousand dollar penalty missed arbitrator and maybe you can find a more equitable solution to this and. effective advocacy can go a long way and from the readers what keeps me up at night is I've lost the third a fifth round pick this player never placed out for me and the pain what happens in arbitration I'm a home some more money and then the lan to New England Patriots expect to have him for week number two sports center all night ESPN radio flushing back for a moment though to something we just heard moments ago from Tom Brady and I think it was good we don't turn the ball over we were pretty penalty free for awhile until the fourth quarter our defense played great so it's a good formula for women don't turn over not a lot of penalties and they should know patriots have done a lot of winning don't turn the ball over not a lot of penalties Brady the patriots checking off a couple of key boxes a week one meanwhile in Cleveland there with the Browns. did turn the ball over Baker Mayfield back in with three eleven to play..

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The Internet Responds to the New Trailer for 'Cats'

The Big Picture

04:00 min | 2 years ago

The Internet Responds to the New Trailer for 'Cats'

"The trailer for the movie cats uh-huh so curveball if we could create a vast distance between quality as vast distances possible from the South Pole to the North Pole and back again that's cats to once upon a time in Hollywood in my mind Chris. I Really WanNa know what you thought of the cats trailer. I'm starting to lose the La- grip on the road pure man like I don't know. I don't really know what my purpose and role is in this culture if this is what we're doing wow if brought you to your knees. I'm a fake animal that sings. I don't need me. You'll need my takes like you know what I'm saying like retiring. I'm I'm just saying that like I have nothing to offer. Cats culture cats culture yeah. What's what is it? What are your dog guy? You know wish that Milton in could sing no did I need to see James Corden as a cat various other people as cats. I I don't know who this movie is for other than intense fans of the extremely long running winning Broadway musical cats which is utterly mediocre musical by all accounts not really in the in the Pantheon of the great examples of all time memories. JAMMIES is okay but you know what what else. I don't know they've assemble levels <unk>. Dave assembled a lot of talent. This has like all time stinker at non it. I think it has all time film twitter meam Lord written all over and we find out that film twitter is not the real world. I think three hundred dollars yes. That's the big question is is the trailer hit on Thursday. Everybody acted as if they got a star is born but in reverse yeah they could that they were they thought was going to be bad and it was actually worse than they thought it was going to be and they they left at the chance like a cat right to make fun of it can can I just read some of the names of of the characters lease due. Taylor swift is playing a cat named bumble Arena Scher eagerly anticipating that performance Gordon is playing a cat named Busta for Jones Yeah Yeah of course as the call me that Jennifer Hudson Grizz Abella Yup the crucible is the singer of memories rebel Wilson Jenny any dots yeah cool cat names racism creative writing Cinderella tighter. Yeah I know about that guy little known facts about cat. Isn't there something Jelica yes little known. Fact about cats is Andrew. Lloyd Webber was nine years old when he wrote it surprising that we're not but <hes> so you guys are. I'm not anticipating this movie not that much snow. Would you say you're anticipating it less than Topgun Maverick. Yeah I mean I think that if if you could if I could get in a time machine and they were like do you WanNa go back and kill Hitler right or you know Bassy Alexander the Great Cross the Russian steps I would like can I just go ahead fifteen months to see top gun to in the span of five minutes you have retired fulltime cultural commentary and you have stated that rather than kill Hitler. You would like like to go forward nine months. The high stakes here. I can't imagine listen people's choices of their own choices it I could not. I can't imagine sitting through this movie. Here's the here's the issue with the realistic take on cats. What's the genitals where are they? What's going on with them? You see I'm watching trailing arm like I'm expecting to see a para harakat nuts. Are you not you are because it's a realistic moved in this. Why are we doing it? Can they wear pants. Why are they not wearing pants? WHO's Coordi- character Busta for bus drivers got like a little petticoat yeah? He's starting it some wearing pants summer. Not What is the deal. What does the deal is this exactly what you hoped or hoping the Jason would imitate Jerry Seinfeld seeing the trailer for cats so yes? This is exactly what imagining

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News in Brief 16 May 2019

UN News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 16 May 2019

"This is news in brief from the United Nations ensuring the safe and dignified burial of people who've died from Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo regarded as a key way to prevent disease. Transmission is under threat for me lack of funding a key u n partner said on Thursday, but did not take in the number of infections in North Kivu and deteriora- provinces. The Red Cross says it has just two weeks worth of funding to support his burial teams since the start of the latest broiler epidemic and DRC last August. The viruses claimed more than eleven hundred lives and infected one thousand six hundred seventy one people making the second deadliest outbreak today, eight twenty percent of those cases occurred in the last three weeks, according to DRC authorities who are grappling with insecurity and attacks on health centers by armed groups in northeastern DRC. Highlighting the value of the work of the burial teams? Emmanuel couple Bianco director of health and care, the international federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies explained it in the two thousand and fourteen to sixteen Bala outbreaking west Africa up to eighty percent of. People were infected jeering unsafe burials faced with a sixteen million dollars shortfall IFRC has called on the international community to urgently increase its investment in Abella response before the outbreak escalates, further countries need to take greater action to reduce the number of babies born with low birth weights, which puts their health at risk. A new u n backed medical studies urging according to the report around one in seven babies worldwide weighed less than five point five pounds or two point five kilograms at birth, according to latest data from two thousand fifteen the call for a bigger investment to tackle, the low low-birth-weight issue comes from experts from the World Health Organization. W H, O U, N children's fund UNICEF and the London School of hygiene and Tropical Medicine report that eighty percent of the two point five million low weight, newborns die every year, highlighting the lack of progress lead author and academic Hannah Blencoe said that in two thousand twelve WHO's one hundred ninety five member-states committed to reduce low birth weight. By thirty percent up to twenty twenty-five, but so far there's been a decrease of one point two percent worldwide. Good nutrition depends, only on raising awareness about healthy foods, and choices. But also on sustainable systems of delivery with that in mind you in agencies have been working with the government and population of the Lao People's Democratic Republic allowances, it's commonly known to achieve zero hunger with initiatives that help farming families lives, and livelihoods the heads of the food, and agriculture, FAO the World Food, Programme WFP, and the international fund for agricultural development or I fat and today three day visit on Thursday with a call for greater investment in nutrition off to seeing firsthand the impacts of their joint programs. WFP executive director David Beasley said that he could feel the sense of optimism from people in the communities and the work being done helps create a better future for school children for farmers and for families throughout the country. Laos has made good progress over the past twenty years in reducing poverty, and hunger. But. Nutrition remains an obstacle to the country's aim of becoming a middle income country. Matt wells, UN news.

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Violence rife as Congo Ebola outbreak surges

1A

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Violence rife as Congo Ebola outbreak surges

"The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has reached a new record more than a thousand people have died since the outbreak began in August. There's been widespread community mistrust violence against healthcare workers by armed rebel glue. Br armed rebel groups. Do we know how that outbreak began back in August? Yes. The outbreak began with a single woman who had a funeral. She died of the abo- virus. Her funeral was held in a very small village called Mandela from there. It spread to a large town of about a quarter million people called Benny, it has since shifted south to to sort of twin cities that collectively have nearly a million residents, and this is a very transient region. And this is this is why this virus is spread across the area. It's a place where people commonly trade not only between villages and between sort of regional hubs. But also across international borders this region in the. Democratic Republic of the Congo borders. Uganda Rwanda, south Sudan all places that are susceptible to abolish itself. Why are armed groups attacking the healthcare worker? So this is a an area that has been beset by tribal violence and ethnic strife for decades, if not centuries, and they are very disconnected from the federal government in Kinshasa, the the they don't trust outsiders, basically because they are more connected to their own local tribal units than they are to anybody else. And the what we've seen in recent days is an increase in the mistrust between the communities that are suffering from the Abella virus, and these outsiders who are coming in trying to help them. You can imagine that. It's probably pretty scary. If somebody shows up in a spacesuit talking about a virus, you've never heard of him, by the way, you can't see with a needle that they want to inject you with with vaccine if you trust them that is that that's something that can stop an outbreak. But a lot of people don't trust outsiders, especially not those who come in in. Scary looking spacesuit. So based on what these outsiders are doing an offering if in fact, they're doing enough and offering enough we looking more in a best case scenario or a worst case scenario for this outbreak. This is getting closer to the worst case scenario, and that worst case scenario is one in which the virus becomes endemic to the region and continues to spread without hope of actually stopping the outbreak. We've never seen that happen in the past even in the west Africa outbreak few years ago, you know, more than twenty eight thousand people were infected more than eleven thousand died, but the good news is the virus was stopped in in west Africa. We haven't gotten to that scale yet in Congo. But this is an area that presents basically, the most difficult operating environment that public health responders have ever had to deal

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New $110K Lincoln Continental Sold Out in 2 Days

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

01:11 min | 3 years ago

New $110K Lincoln Continental Sold Out in 2 Days

"So this dogs running around the inside of the RV at attended. Somehow gets behind the wheel of the RV steps on the gearshift switch and all of a sudden, the thirty eight foot RV is in reverse. And it's going right into the water. And it continues and continues and pretty much that whole thing is covered in water that RV turned into a boat. And it's all a video because there's a guy who's already launched his boat. He's got his gopro. Cameron catches the whole thing. Yeah. He's getting show L. What is it? What you guys blaming blaming things other than yourselves? We had that story last week about the guy who illegally shot a deer in the off season. And blamed it on his wife because she wanted dear mate right now, we have this guy. And this argument the dog sends his RV into the end of the lake and now it's dogs fault blaming the dog that's low. Okay. I'm reading a story here. This is if you're feeling down a bird out might be time to get back to nature. They say fishing is probably the want the best thing you can do for your mental health. Patching. Several researchers have looked into the health benefits connected to spending time out in nature. Well, yeah. Hello. This. And if you do go out to nature just like cell phone off. Yeah. Right tablet off. There was a great by speaking of tablets. There was a great moment in that game where the patriots yesterday. Bella check the coach he was upset about a call. Some of you probably saw this. He was upset about a call, and he takes out his tablet, which obviously at photographs of the call and he shows them to the sideline raff. He's like come over here. Look at any he's showing the wrath how he blew the call. He's got the photograph right there. Rate and the ref doesn't care. The ref. Does what they do with it. You could read his lips drops an F bomb. He takes that tablet, edges smashes it on the ground. So what are those things? Go for candies. You smashed Betty picks it up and he throws it towards the stands. I mean, it's hilarious. Oh, I'm seeing this now. Oh, good. There's video. Oh, yeah. Bill Belichick destroys helpless Microsoft surface on sideline. Those are not cheap. It was hilarious. Oh, crazy smashes that thing to the ground. Shucks. It Chuck's it, right? Over the bench towards the stands. I don't know. How far flew flu bell check gets sued because he took somebody out the Tampa, a tablet Bella checks needs to do. I know he won't because he's already working at the Super Bowl, but Bill place right after the Super Bowl, just go fishing because it's great for your mental health. Right. It's really really good for it's gonna make you live longer based off of where your blood pressure. Probably hanging out. Several researchers has looked at the health benefits connected to spending time in nature study specifically which was published in the research journal bioscience found the daily exposure to nature can among other things help reduce feelings of stress and even improve your self esteem. This this is like a no da come on, folks. Please. Next. We're going to tell us we have to drink water to stay hydrated. Well, I think that's when you look at what's going on in some urban areas around America, and and people are just out of their minds crazy there rioting or fighting or doing this. They're doing that to get in trouble, dude. Just pick up and go go to the beach. Yeah. Go to the beach camping trip, man. Just get get in your car and drive to the ocean. Go to go to ocean beach. Go to Pacifica Half Moon bay drive to Santa Cruz, just Stinson beach, something make some positive connections with things that aren't technical nature or another person actually have a conversation. I mean, there are so many people I know who fish really and truly just to turn off the world. I know so many surfers it's just it's their way of escaping reality. Right. I just want to go out there of meditation. Oh, it is. It is because it's you you certainly see how small you are compared to the world, right? Yes. You're just kind of bobbing in the ocean. And you're just okay. Maybe things aren't so bad after all really and truly good get out there in a nature. I tell ya Abella check YouTube Katie is going to get that video blog SF dot com. So you could see it for yourself. Steve Moore chief economist is going to be with us in the next half hour. Got a weather report that I think you're going to enjoy as well if you'd like the dry weather, plus katie's headlines and traffic KFI to

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All 12 playoff coaches are tied to Bill Walsh or Parcells

SportsCenter AllNight

02:27 min | 3 years ago

All 12 playoff coaches are tied to Bill Walsh or Parcells

"The head coaches in the playoffs that season come from the coaching. Trees of other Bill Walsh for Bill Parcells Abella check. Anthony Lynn, Sean Payton. All coached under Parcells Jason Garrett and Bill O'Brien are further down the Parcells coaching tape. But they all come from the Bill Parcells coaching tree. And that means the other seven come from the Bill Walsh coaching tree. Andy Reid coached under Mike Holmgren was Walsh disciple. Four others come directly from Andy. That's John Harbaugh. Matt Nagy Doug Peterson and Frank Reich. So as we prepare to watch these games this weekend and throughout these playoffs. There is still the influence of those two legendary preeminent coaches of the eighties. If you will in Walsh and parcels what what thoughts Trump to your mind? When you see that? Look, I know that Bill walls is someone who is highly highly respected by guys like parcels end by guys like Bill Belichick. He's at the very very top of this whole thing. And they as far as situational football's concern, and as far as really just being able to build an entire football federation. He's set the standard everyone else is trying to follow now. And now is it is pretty cool though to watch kinda how bills people have done how Andy Reed's people were doing. I mean, it's it's really neat. Because really there's only so many things you can do in full. There's only so many formations you can come up with and so many defenses you can run then it just comes down to good play styles. Make fights right and Walsh that the west coast against the smashmouth run the ball in play defense style of ourselves. And if you look at it that still holds true today. Most of the Andy Reid disciples over there. Bill walsh. They're going to get the ball out. Quick. Quick eater intermediate passing game highly rhythmic west coast offense. Then you look at the Bill Parcells disciple disciples, we're going to run the football player action shots down the field and had this big physical defenses that try to beat you up and want to make this game playing the phone booth. You've heard me say this on this show that if the guys that are really good the great coaches right now, and the guys that are going to continue to be one of those eight teams looking for aid coach on finding the guy. That's the more Steelers. Parting ways with linebackers coach Joey porter lions jam. Bob quinn. Standing by quarterback Matthew Stafford despite a disappointing has campaign, Patrick Mahomes. Three other chiefs have made the AP all pro team. Joined by teammates, Travis Kelsey tyreek hill and Mitchell Schwartz. The first rookie teammate since one thousand nine hundred sixty five mated colts. Gord quitting Nelson and linebacker. Darius Leonard Chicago also at all pros edge rusher. Khalil Mack joined by Kyle fuller. Eddie Jackson and Tarik Cohen and Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald the only unanimous choice. JJ watt Leuke cly made it for the

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Trump threatens to cut aid to Honduras over migrants

Morning Edition

04:38 min | 3 years ago

Trump threatens to cut aid to Honduras over migrants

"To stay in its customs union. But maize government says that's not a long term solution. There were reports the EU is with. Willing to extend the transition period by a year in exchange for British concessions on the border issue for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels on Wall Street, the Dow was down more than two hundred points. This is NPR from news. I'm Brian watt. The family of Redwood City man who died two weeks ago after a confrontation with San Mateo county sheriff's deputies. He's calling for video of the incident to be released cake. Alex Emslie reports deputies responded to a busy street in Millbrook on October third and approached a man who was dodging in and out of traffic, a deputy reports using a taser and dispatch audio and another deputy later says pepper spray was also used. Multiple tasers deployments. Oh, Kobe was later pronounced dead. His sister Abella Okabe says her family needs to see videos taken from sheriff's dashboard cameras. We will never get him back. And so we are just begging for the opportunity to be able to not have him murdered again by not knowing what happened to Kobe says her brother struggled with mental illness, but had been stable for about a decade San Mateo county's district. Attorney says he'll release the videos as soon as all witnesses have been interviewed.

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'Dora the Explorer' gets a live-action, teenager makeover in first film reveal

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03:49 min | 3 years ago

'Dora the Explorer' gets a live-action, teenager makeover in first film reveal

"E. let's talk a little bit about door the explorer, a live action door. The explorer movie is happening and we now have a first photo to prove it tell us what's going on. So for some reason, news of this movie has escaped my notice for the past year, I think, has a as Abella. Owner was cast as Dora the explorer as a teenage version of the character earlier this year in March. And now we have a first look at her character in the classic Dora the explorer outfit. So a pink t shirt or in shorts and a backpack. But this time she's a teenager. So the new Dora, the explorer movie follows Dora on a quote, unquote, the most dangerous adventure ever high school. But because this is the explorer, she finds herself on a an adventure with Diego and a ragtag group of teens to save her parents and solve them puzzle mystery behind a loss Inca civilization. So this is the character based on the bovid animated children's series Dora the explorer in which we have an eight year old bilingual explorer named Dora who goes on ventures and teaches kids how to speak in Spanish and other such useful t- knowledge. So. I've never seen the show. This is on long after I was a kid, but I know that as a pretty beloved property. And yeah, it's it's just I didn't know that this was becoming a movie and it's very interesting that they have is Bill moaner wearing the exact same outfit that the seven year old door a war. So. She's wearing like a cost play, kind of it looks like the the model for a Halloween costume. You know. Yeah, it does. My can't help, but think that this is going to become somewhat like the twenty twelve college humor parody. Have you guys seen that whole? It was like the Dora, the explorer movie, but it was a a sort of sexy reboot of the of the children's show. And it was area winter. If modern family wearing like this exact outfit and doing an an adventure with like an always speaking very sexy and everything, and it kind of gives me the same vise, even though I know this is a serious film, but I don't really know what to expect from this fill. So James bobbin who directed the Muppets is directing this movie, which gives me a little bit of hope that it won't be as bad as what I imagine that color the culture skit is because I really enjoyed the first month that movie, and I thought he did a great job with that. And that is also a property that you know had like a family friendly, sort of following to it. And I think he, he handled that material really well, I don't know. About this one. I'm not really familiar with moaners work as an actress, but Brad, I know that you've seen her in a transformers the last night. Is that correct? Yeah, and she is really the only one in that movie feels like she's giving her best performance and actually she got gives performance that's along those same believable lines as Shiloh Buffoni original transformers, and she really makes you buy into what's happening to the point that when I did my set visit for that movie, it kind of made me think, oh, they could totally built a franchise around here of this continued because she's she's really good. Mark Wahlberg at one point even called her little jaylo which is pretty, he's Denver Lopez who could actress in her own right as well. So yeah, I, I'm not necessarily interested in the door. They split movie that that was well past much out that year. I am more familiar with it because I do have a sister who was growing up around the time door. The explorer was popular, so I know probably more characters I should from that show.

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