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Ukraine: Women, kids, older adults evacuated from steel mill
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Dozens more civilians rescued from Ukrainian steel plant
"Dozens dozens dozens dozens of of of of civilians civilians civilians civilians were were were were rescued rescued rescued rescued from from from from the the the the house house house house of of of of style style style style steel steel steel steel plant plant plant plant emerging emerging emerging emerging from from from from tunnels tunnels tunnels tunnels were were were were you you you you crazy crazy crazy crazy and and and and fighters fighters fighters fighters are are are are making making making making a a a a last last last last stand stand stand stand Russian Russian Russian Russian and and and and Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian officials officials officials officials say say say say fifty fifty fifty fifty people people people people including including including including eleven eleven eleven eleven children children children children were were were were brought brought brought brought out out out out of of of of the the the the besieged besieged besieged besieged steel steel steel steel mill mill mill mill in in in in Merrill Merrill Merrill Merrill poll poll poll poll so so so so she she she she could could could could press press press press cameras cameras cameras cameras captured captured captured captured the the the the scene scene scene scene as as as as soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers wearing wearing wearing wearing white white white white armbands armbands armbands armbands help help help help evacuees evacuees evacuees evacuees with with with with their their their their luggage luggage luggage luggage they they they they left left left left a a a a battered battered battered battered yellow yellow yellow yellow school school school school bus bus bus bus and and and and climbed climbed climbed climbed into into into into a a a a blue blue blue blue commuter commuter commuter commuter bus bus bus bus for for for for a a a a trip trip trip trip to to to to a a a a town town town town near near near near the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian border border border border where where where where they they they they were were were were handed handed handed handed over over over over to to to to United United United United Nations Nations Nations Nations and and and and red red red red cross cross cross cross representatives representatives representatives representatives hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds of of of of civilians civilians civilians civilians remain remain remain remain an an an an official official official official said said said said efforts efforts efforts efforts would would would would continue continue continue continue covering covering covering covering your your your your propane propane propane propane co co co co whose whose whose whose husband husband husband husband commands commands commands commands Asia Asia Asia Asia regiment regiment regiment regiment troops troops troops troops inside inside inside inside the the the the plant plant plant plant issue issue issue issue to to to to plead plead plead plead to to to to evacuate evacuate evacuate evacuate hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds of of of of wounded wounded wounded wounded soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers and and and and spare spare spare spare the the the the remaining remaining remaining remaining fighters fighters fighters fighters she she she she told told told told the the the the AP AP AP AP they they they they might might might might be be be be willing willing willing willing to to to to go go go go to to to to a a a a third third third third country country country country but but but but if if if if nothing nothing nothing nothing is is is is done done done done to to to to save save save save them them them them they they they they would would would would fight fight fight fight to to to to the the the the end end end end without without without without surrender surrender surrender surrender I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
Ukraine railway: evacuations continue in east
"You you you you cranes cranes cranes cranes railway railway railway railway operator operator operator operator says says says says operations operations operations operations are are are are halted halted halted halted at at at at the the the the train train train train station station station station in in in in Kramatorsk Kramatorsk Kramatorsk Kramatorsk in in in in the the the the country's country's country's country's east east east east off off off off to to to to an an an an attack attack attack attack killed killed killed killed over over over over fifty fifty fifty fifty people people people people seeking seeking seeking seeking to to to to escape escape escape escape the the the the violence violence violence violence the the the the station station station station was was was was damaged damaged damaged damaged in in in in a a a a missile missile missile missile strike strike strike strike but but but but the the the the operator operator operator operator says says says says evacuations evacuations evacuations evacuations of of of of civilians civilians civilians civilians will will will will continue continue continue continue through through through through other other other other stations stations stations stations in in in in the the the the Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk and and and and Luhansk Luhansk Luhansk Luhansk regions regions regions regions the the the the statement statement statement statement on on on on the the the the messaging messaging messaging messaging app app app app telegram telegram telegram telegram says says says says the the the the real real real real ways ways ways ways will will will will not not not not stop stop stop stop the the the the task task task task of of of of taking taking taking taking everyone everyone everyone everyone to to to to safety safety safety safety meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile up up up up to to to to ten ten ten ten humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian humanitarian corridors corridors corridors corridors full full full full civilian civilian civilian civilian evacuations evacuations evacuations evacuations on on on on to to to to open open open open in in in in Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's east east east east this this this this weekend weekend weekend weekend allowing allowing allowing allowing residents residents residents residents to to to to leave leave leave leave a a a a number number number number of of of of cities cities cities cities in in in in the the the the eastern eastern eastern eastern regions regions regions regions I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles the the the the last last last last month month month month
Missile kills at least 52 at crowded Ukrainian train station
"Your your your your cranium cranium cranium cranium officials officials officials officials say say say say at at at at least least least least fifty fifty fifty fifty people people people people have have have have been been been been killed killed killed killed in in in in a a a a missile missile missile missile strike strike strike strike on on on on a a a a train train train train station station station station crowded crowded crowded crowded with with with with people people people people trying trying trying trying to to to to flee flee flee flee the the the the fighting fighting fighting fighting in in in in eastern eastern eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest the the the dead dead dead included included included five five five children children children according according according to to to the the the governor governor governor of of of Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk wall wall wall of of of police police police chief chief chief Ruslan Ruslan Ruslan also also also panko panko panko says says says thousands thousands thousands have have have been been been gathered gathered gathered at at at the the the station station station trying trying trying to to to get get get out out out many many many of of of the the the injured injured injured in in in critical critical critical condition condition condition he he he says says says some some some having having having lost lost lost limbs limbs limbs the the the remnants remnants remnants of of of a a a rocket rocket rocket were were were painted painted painted with with with the the the words words words with with with the the the children children children and and and Russians Russians Russians or or or north north north Albany Albany Albany local local local Russians Russians Russians defense defense defense ministry ministry ministry denies denies denies the the the attack attack attack claiming claiming claiming it it it was was was a a a Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian missile missile missile that that that hit hit hit the the the train train train station station station was was was an an an account account account press press press secretary secretary secretary John John John Kirby Kirby Kirby called called called fat fat fat unconvincing unconvincing unconvincing particularly particularly particularly when when when the the the ministry ministry ministry actually actually actually announced announced announced it it it and and and then then then when when when they they they saw saw saw reports reports reports of of of civilian civilian civilian casualties casualties casualties decide decide decide today today today announced announced announced so so so our our our system system system is is is that that that the the the the the the this this this was was was a a a Russian Russian Russian strike strike strike and and and that that that the the the use use use of of of short short short range range range ballistic ballistic ballistic missile missile missile to to to to to to conduct conduct conduct it it it I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas
Gasoline truck explodes in northern Haiti; dozens killed
"A a truck truck carrying carrying gasoline gasoline overturned overturned and and exploded exploded in in a a fireball fireball in in northern northern Haiti Haiti killing killing more more than than fifty fifty people people and and injuring injuring dozens dozens of of others others the the explosion explosion occurred occurred late late Monday Monday in in the the coastal coastal city city of of cap cap Haitien Haitien survivors survivors had had rushed rushed outside outside yelling yelling at at the the blast blast engulfed engulfed calls calls on on their their homes homes in in flames flames later later a a local local hospital hospital was was overwhelmed overwhelmed with with injured injured people people as as it it pleaded pleaded for for basic basic supplies supplies and and more more medical medical stuff stuff the the explosion explosion occurred occurred as as Haiti Haiti struggles struggles with with a a shortage shortage of of fuel fuel and and spiralling spiralling gas gas prices prices the the recently recently forced forced hospitals hospitals to to turn turn away away patients patients and and prompted prompted the the governments governments of of the the US US and and Canada Canada urged urged its its citizens citizens to to leave leave while while they they still still could could I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month
Sheriff: 1 dead, 13 injured in shooting at vigil in Texas
"One one person person was was killed killed at at least least thirteen thirteen others others injured injured in in a a drive drive by by shooting shooting during during a a candlelight candlelight vigil vigil Sunday Sunday evening evening near near Houston Houston according according to to a a sheriff's sheriff's Harris Harris County County sheriff sheriff ed ed Gonzalez Gonzalez says says the the shooting shooting happened happened when when about about fifty fifty people people were were gathered gathered for for a a celebration celebration of of life life in in Baytown Baytown which which is is about about twenty twenty five five miles miles west west of of Houston Houston he he says says the the vehicle vehicle drove drove by by right right as as they they were were releasing releasing balloons balloons up up into into the the air air and and opened opened fire fire into into the the crowd crowd three three of of the the wounded wounded were were taken taken to to hospitals hospitals by by helicopter helicopter one one of of the the injured injured was was believed believed to to be be a a young young child child according according to to Gonzalez Gonzalez officers officers were were later later called called to to the the Medical Medical Center Center were were some some of of the the wounded wounded were were taken taken because because of of a a disturbance disturbance there there I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
Denmark orders eateries to close early, bans large concerts
"Denmark's Denmark's ordering ordering each each reason reason to to close close early early and and he's he's banning banning large large concerts concerts the the Danish Danish government government wants wants to to school school students students up up to to the the tenth tenth grade grade to to study study remotely remotely in in the the lead lead up up to to Christmas Christmas and and he's he's ordering ordering not not clubs clubs bars bars and and restaurants restaurants to to close close at at midnight midnight in in an an attempt attempt to to counter counter an an up up tick tick in in covert covert nineteen nineteen cases cases prime prime minister minister met met take take Frederickson Frederickson is is also also recommending recommending people people to to work work from from home home is is banning banning concerts concerts with with more more than than fifty fifty people people standing standing and and insisting insisting on on face face masks masks in in eateries eateries when when not not seated seated speaking speaking of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant Frederiksen Frederiksen says says it's it's expected expected this this will will mean mean more more infected infected more more sick sick and and thus thus potentially potentially more more hospitalized hospitalized patients patients I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma
Big North Carolina factory likely to be Toyota battery plant
"Toyota Toyota says says it it plans plans to to build build a a one one point point three three billion billion dollar dollar electric electric vehicle vehicle battery battery plant plant your your Greensboro Greensboro North North Carolina Carolina Toyota Toyota which which plans plans to to employ employ at at least least seventeen seventeen hundred hundred fifty fifty people people says says the the U. U. S. S. factory factory will will make make batteries batteries for for hybrid hybrid and and fully fully electric electric vehicles vehicles beginning beginning in in twenty twenty twenty twenty five five additionally additionally a a Toyota Toyota will will or or could could receive receive well well over over four four hundred hundred and and thirty thirty million million dollars dollars in in government government incentives incentives if if it it meets meets job job creation creation and and investment investment goals goals the the automaker automaker plans plans to to sell sell up up to to one one point point eight eight million million vehicles vehicles in in the the U. U. S. S. by by twenty twenty thirty thirty that that are are at at least least partially partially electrified electrified I'm I'm showing showing up up later later
Jan. 6 rioter who carried spear, wore horns, draws 41 months
"A January sixth writer whose horn for hat bare chested red white blue face paint made him one of the more recognizable figures in the assault on the capital has been sentenced to forty one months in prison prosecutors say Jacob chance Lee was the public face of the capital riot he's not accused of violence but he was one of the first enter the building holding a spear tipped flag pole it's one of the longer sentences among six hundred and fifty people charged in the capital six riot chance Lee pleaded guilty to a felony charge of obstructing an official proceeding U. S. district judge Royce Lamberth said his remorse appeared to be genuine but noted the seriousness of his actions his lawyer Albert Watkins said his client is in dire need of mental health treatment his focus is on what do I need to do to commence the healing process Jennifer king Washington
Jan. 6 panel subpoenas 6 more Trump associates in probe
"The panel investigating the capital insurrection has issued subpoenas to six more trump associates involved in the former president's B. to overturn his twenty twenty election loss the subpoenas escalate the committee's probe into the attack's origins chairman Bennie Thompson is demanding testimony and documents from those he says took part in the so called war room before the season and plotted ways of stopping the election certification they include former trump election campaign chief bill Stepien and former national security adviser Mike Flynn who talked with trump before the insurrection the panel's already spoken with more than one hundred fifty people in the probe and is working to get testimony from other trump advisers Sager make ani Washington
Don't Let Anthony Fauci Decide Your Future
"I was the one who kinda called off christmas for my family last christmas. I don't get to see my sons or my granddaughter. That often and i haven't seen a whole lot over the last year. And a half. And i said to the boys i guys. I just think it's too much of a risk right now. I wasn't traveling very much but that was a decision that i made with my family and they agreed. Now we're up to it again now. We got to decide what to do about christmas. Two thousand twenty one supposed to go to a wedding and a couple of weeks. And i'd love to go to this wedding. I'm not real. Sure being in an enclosed area with one hundred and fifty people right now is is a great decision on the other hand i'm vaccinated i don't know but i'm gonna make that decision not foul cheesy but the fact that there are people who are counting on him to make the decision for them is deeply problematic. The difference. the disconnect is that we should get to decide these things for ourselves. We have to make a determination vulnerable. Do i have a pre existing condition. Do i have a co morbidity. Do i want to take the risk.
California Parents Rise Up After Teacher Suggests Students Pledge Allegiance to LGBTQ Pride Flag
"Have to ask a question jennifer. Because it's it's news for me it's conservatives like but in california this story of this teacher who asked her students to pledge allegiance to the gay pride flag. Is that a story a tool or is that kind of buried. No it's actually become a story. This is what people don't realize in california. I think they're really underestimating. That there are a lot of moms who are fueling. The recall of gavin newsom. Because they are so disgusted with where the school system is and You know a lot of them. Were really given a wake up call during the pandemic when they were watching their kids become educated and these stories are coming out. They are making news now. They aren't front page headlines but you can find them which i think is a good thing in california and here's the wonderful thing school board meetings anything where parents can get involved the pta meetings. They're blowing up. I have a friend who was always kind of a republican but never really got involved and this last year with critical race theory with stories about these teachers running amok. She has started to go to oliver. Pta meetings to the school board meeting. She started to organize other moms to do the same thing so that they can go and rally against critical race theory and mandatory mask mandates. The children go just elementary school. And it's picked up power. She told me when she first started this that it was fifty fifty people on both sides of the aisle kind of protecting critical race theory against it. The same thing with the mask mandate now. She said that her side of the aisle is starting to really increase in size. And it's picking up a lot of momentum and
Trump Weighs in on Afghanistan Withdrawal
"Hello america it's a great honor to have president. Donald trump with us president trump. How are you sir. Hello mark i'm great. Thank you well. It's a great honor. You know we don't have you on radio and tv a lot. Because i try to respect your time. So when i do have you is very very important. Cleared out all the commercials and everything else. That's very good. Thank you and i want to jump right in with you because we do need your wisdom okay. So would you believed twenty years after nine. Eleven the enemy that supported bin laden and al qaeda will be celebrating victory over america not believable. Not even thinkable should have never happened. They just surrendered. Our president surrendered. Not even a possibility and we had it done and we handed over something so good after the rigged election. We had it so strong. And i dealt with abdul his leader and abdul ghani character. I dealt with him. The leader and i said any american soldiers get hit. You will pay a price. The likes of which no country has ever paid and you know what for eighteen months. We didn't have any soldiers hit. Everything was absolutely and you know we can be conditions based deal when they didn't meet a condition with bomb them and we were in great shape and we could have. We could have taken three years for years. Two years one month to get out did matter they would never go into come in and we were going to remove the army or the military last not first. We're gonna take every ounce of equipment we wouldn't have had a bring our new soldiers in. They brought these young great soldiers in thirteen died many very badly wounded. Nobody ever talks about them. In two hundred fifty people overall were were killed. Mean you saw that. It was just terrible but that would have never happened because everything was orderly. There was no rush and i said i want every nut every bolt every tank every plane. I want everything taken out. And i want the american people out.
Trial of 20 Men Accused in 2015 Paris Attacks To Begin
"In a secure complex embedded within a thirteenth century courthouse France will begin the trial of twenty men accused in the Islamic state group's twenty fifteen attacks on Paris the best one hundred fifty people dead and hundreds injured on November thirteenth of that year nine gunmen and suicide bombers struck within minutes of each other France's national soccer stadium the Bataclan concert hall and restaurants and cafes survivors of the attack as well as those who mourn the dead are expected to pack the courthouse rooms the lone survivor of the extremist cell from that night Salah Abdeslam is the key defendant among those being tried for the deadliest attack in France since World War two he's the only one charged with murder the same I. S. network went on to strike Brussels months later killing another thirty two people I'm Charles the last month
Biden to Survey NY and NJ Storm Damage After Deadly Flooding
"President Biden will tour flood damage today in the northeast where hurricane items remnants killed at least fifty people as he did in Louisiana last week the president will use today's visit to New York in New Jersey to push his infrastructure plans saying the nation needs to invest more to withstand a powerful storms to calm we got to not just build back to what it was to disable pulls up we got a bill back better fuel bills at the New Jersey town of Mansfield which is nearly always hard hit by major storms and then go to queens where eleven people died Sager made Donnie Washington
Climate Change Blamed for Havoc in Northeast US Floods
"The northeast still cleaning up all of the destruction caused by the remnants of hurricane ida last week at least fifty people died and while residents in some public health officials were surprised by the severe weather. Storms like this or what. Scientists have long warned about jeff brady from npr's climate team reports in bridgeport pennsylvania about one in the morning thursday vernon perry says the nearby river was rising and the fire department. Woke him up. They just were saying evacuate. Now get out the only chance you to go. Now get out run. There wasn't even time to move his car. It's flooded like others on this street a front loader hauls them to waiting trucks at the end of the muddy blocked. Brenda night is sitting under front step next to the sidewalk. Where a pipe. Gushes water into the street. It's being pumped up from her basement. The water came up to the first floor here and first floor. My rug was soaking wet in. There has whether she expected such a severe storm because of climate change. Not at all. This is a complete surprise. We had no idea of the magnitude of the damage. That was going to be called even new york governor. Kathy hokuto who talks about climate change fueling. More severe storms was surprised. We did not know that between eight fifty nine fifty pm that the heavens literally open up and bring niagara falls level water to the streets of new york. It's one thing to talk about the effects of climate change. It's another to experience them. Says burnet. woods blackie chief meteorologist with climate centro even. If you said to her there was going to be over three inches of rain in one hour if she's never seen that what does that mean. What does that look like. What does that look like on the ground. Same for the rest of us but we're getting more examples. There was superstorm. Sandy new york and new jersey nine years ago. The pacific northwest now understands what days of one hundred plus degree weather is like and across the country more people are experiencing wildfires and hazardous smoke.
Biden Directs Federal Aid to NY, NJ After Deadly Flooding
"President Biden has directed federal aid to New York and New Jersey after deadly flooding president Biden has approved a major disaster declarations greenlighting federal aid for people in six New Jersey counties affected by devastating flooding last week and that was welcome news to New Jersey governor Phil Murphy who spent Labor Day looking at damage in hard hit Lambert fill the spirit of community in this town is extraordinary at least fifty people were killed and six eastern states as a record rainfall last Wednesday overwhelm rivers and sewer systems many point to climate change like New York City mayor bill de Blasio this is what climate change looks like it's going to take a massive investment both to stop the pain that people are feeling but also to reverse what's happening actually after
As Flood Alerts Lit up Phones, Did 'Warning Fatigue' Set In?
"As hurricane Isaac came for New York in New Jersey on Wednesday cell phones lit up with urgent alerts of catastrophic flooding but many wonder did warning fatigue set in to cause so many deaths the first alerted cell phones at eight forty one PM warnings of dangerous flash flooding from the National Weather Service through the night more alerts urging people to head for higher ground did enough folks take it seriously experts call it warning fatigue and no one can be sure what role it might have played in the tragedy that killed at least fifty people in six eastern states many drowning in their basement apartments or in cars trapped in submerged roadways last year the federal weather service revamped its criteria for issuing alerts mindful it might have been over using the wireless emergency alert system Julie Walker New York
"about fifty people" Discussed on Global Impact Podcast
"She's very active. Shooter has been their church and they got involved in foster care what they thought was temporarily so four years later they had taken a may children but a in january. Why was there january. They legally adopted two boys two twins that had been there two years that have been so neglected. The back of their heads are flat because they've never been picked up. They have speech impediments. The parents had alcohol syndrome and so they couldn't use their hands. I mean the neglect was is pretty unbelievable but anyway she has a passion. So here's here's the thing. Let me talk about this. You know who she is. The most passionate direct with it's the church members. He believes that they can't possibly in good conscious. Call themselves christians. Or or doing god's work you know and and You know right for live. Go crazy on that. But oh gee how about the kids. We already haven't place. Where are you where you where you so. It's not that everybody can take some children in but there will be something you can do. So the piece that they do is they have a farm fourteen acres and they raised pasture-raised pork and the air of a company is called pastures of grace and his literally age. Mark has been herself in the four grown children. You know ages fifteen sixteen twelve and ten. They love the work and but they give back a ten percent of anything that comes in so people go online and they. They ordered the pork throughout the united states. And they don't get back fifty one percent like you do but Big in interest prophet figured out ten percent on its temperamental growth. Which is it's on the ground scout which you and i know it's different but they give that give that bad but one thing. Let me tell families stories. I have a younger brother. Gary hogan and he started international justice mission and it was. He was an attorney. Harvard grad university of chicago law school worked for justice department and i remember being in my parents living room in saying that he felt that there were churches and entities that were feeding people giving them homes but nobody was speaking up for the widow. Nobody was speaking up for the orphan. And so his first rescue the person that he s skewed and because went over to nairobi. Tina was stephen lang and I ventured put stephen a. Legs through college and helped his wife with different things. But it's a small world but the point of the story. Being my brother gary started. I put was just him and one other attorney that he knew and they got hit almost nothing and it sixteen years later and they have a waiting list of about fifty people. Excuse me for every job that they fill. Now they have about fifty people on that interview for that job so there are tourneys or they are past the i. Agents for their social workers people that are skilled and So i j. m. here in the united states has almost one hundred seventy five people but when they started there was very few honey getting paid. And that's your brother. That's my brother i've read. I've read all about the i g. I didn't know i did that. Yeah wow yeah. So he was He was at harvard resume that the cafeteria there was a sign that said christians were killing christians. Like how is that possible and then he went to south. Africa actually helped write. Something bishop tutu gave but there during the coups and so forth there were people young men they kill young men shot outside his home So it was very real to him that he had been raised with a privilege and he was a strong christian And.
"about fifty people" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"That you're saying this too because there there is the the skeptical world out there. That might disagree with you. Know you can't build a business and mixed faith into it. You can't bring those two worlds into each other. But stevie and i everything that we've built following god's voice for our path in letting him also lead us and to show us how to be better leaders. That in itself has been a really valuable tool for us. So i love that. You're saying that. About the importance of faith in jesus really being at the center of it all. Yeah i mean. I don't know how else to build a business. I spent most of my career in the world of book publishing as most recently as the thomas nelson publishers saw was in sort of the faith based business which is unique thing but even now in our business. We've we've got thirty five people and we're in a leadership development company but it's definitely faith-based although our audience we don't lead with that you know we wanna we wanna have We want to do business with all kinds of people but i. i'm. I'm a little bit like a dan cathy. Who's the president of chick-fil-a who says that basically chick-fil-a is a ministry disguised as a business. And that's how i think of my business. It's a ministry disguised as business that's awesome. That's kind of what we are hoping for the good life acts chick-fil-a. Oh and we love. Oh man i just. We had a twelve to be honest So michael yeah. I wanted to touch on that. You were talking about your your leadership. Coaching program which is funny. Because i actually signed up. And just yesterday i had a consultation call somebody from your company about stepping into that program because suzanne and i are very interested in taking our business to the next level and becoming leaders and then we didn't know there was something like that out there as many people listening. Don't so can you tell us about your leadership program. Yes thank you for asking by the way. I got a heads up for my my tv before we got on. They said that you had signed up. So that's okay. You already knew that. You gotta get so. But but i'm glad to hear from you. So yeah our program is called business. Accelerator you can find out more business. Celebrator dot com but it's designed as a group coaching program. So we have cohorts of about fifty people that come into nashville once a quarter meet with me face to face and we spend the entire day together by the way i have done in the past one on one coaching in other words have both bene- coach and i've i've received executive coaching for about the last twenty years in probably about twelve those years it was one on one but one of the things i've found again going back to jesus. He did very little one on one coaching. Most of it was in the context of a group and the reason for that is that you can learn as much in a group of peers as you come as you can from the person who's your mentor. And i find it to be a richer deeper kind of experience when you do that. So so what our program involves is. It's all about how do you scale your business. Get this in a sustainable way because what we don't advocate what we don't teach is something. I call the hustle fallacy. Where people are willing to sacrifice their health their most important relationships on the alter their personal ambition for the sake of advancing their business. There's a lot of people out there teaching. That and i'm not one of those people i believe that. Yes i want you to win at work. I want you to scale your business should to have a life. I want you to have your health. And i want you to have your most important relationships are business last year just to give you an idea. We grew sixty two percent which is huge for the last two years we've got on the inc five thousand list of fastest growing companies in the us but also last year. I took one hundred and sixty days off which is every weekend and eleven weeks. My wife and i have taken a a one month sabbatical where we didn't think about work talk about work. Read about work or do work for an entire month every summer. We've done that now for eight years. So that's what i what i'm talking about. Winning it. work succeed in life or scaling was the stability. That's what i'm talking about. Were you still have freedom and the freedom to do the things that god has called you to do into so good. I think there's also listeners out there thinking okay. i don't know if i can afford any sort of a coaching program but Something that says on has has done this last year as she's gotten together with a group of of her peers who are kind of in the same industry in some of them are slightly different industries. But i think two things that you mentioned were The importance of having a mentor but also the importance of learning amongst a group of peers. And i've seen how she has really There's just been an awakening in us. Really been a blessing for me to be around. Other female founders. Who are in my industry. And everybody's kind of in their own lane so it's not this competitive group a lot of times people don't want to gather with and business because of that fear of competition or are they gonna just steal my ideas and run so this intimate group of friends that are in the same industry ha. It's just been a support group. It's been an opportunity for me to also learn from these other women who have walked the walk in they're all in different phases of their businesses. And that's also been really good. It's open the door for me in realizing that. Okay i need this. I need to dive deeper into this. And that's why. Cv are really excited about your leadership program. Because i i need more you know and i like that. You said you don't have to give up your freedom for what you love. You don't have to kill yourself to be successful you know. And that's also such a huge part of who i am and i think my founders club. What's inspiring these women. They really work day in and day out like they're working all day every day so for me. I need something else. Another group where..
"about fifty people" Discussed on Course and Career Chat
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"about fifty people" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast
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"about fifty people" Discussed on The Harris Beach Podcast
"Development we're joined by kevin solti under green sports solar a rochester based solar development company. Kevin thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having. Perhaps we can start off by you telling us a little. Bit about green sparks. Solar old is the company how many employees you had. And what was the driving or to start green sparked so we're about to start our twentieth trip around the sun this this april nineteenth university as a company and so we'll We're headed toward twenty years old. We are currently about fifty people although we're hiring right now for a number of positions We started the company basically My partners and i were all executives. And the renewable energy businesses utility scale wind business around the western part of the united states and started to realize that a pretty young age. Twenty two twenty three years old that you know having been in the industry for a year or two having studied in college and stuff that we knew as much as most in should just kinda start on our own and so at the time. governor pataki In new york was talking about berry aggressive renewable energy mandates and we found a good to leeann so we ended up in new york state. Spite of the fact that none of us None of us. That are still with the business at any roots in new york state and so we started in albany. Two thousand two Moved to the rochester area in two thousand five and You know the overall drive the company very simply is at a very young age for for me from my first college class. The very first college class environmental chemistry where the greenhouse effect would showed in graphical format. I realized that. Well this is a really big problem. And so Since that first college class dedicate my life to combating climate change because we only have one plane. We'd better do something about it. That's great and see. The green spark is a certified b. corp is that part of walking the talk as far as Concern for Environmental management..
"about fifty people" Discussed on Acting Related - The MySite.Actor Podcast
"Council. Yates yes. I was waiting on the hashtag gab. Hashtag canceled gates going At first started happening if you days before the show. I was watching us go. This is kind of scary and then it was funny and then until it was scary again because there was about fifty people enrolled had some comment on twitter about but he was a stalker. Poor me oh you know the trauma he calls maude and people saying stuff like oh he asked Four tree time. She said no he wouldn't take no for an answer. And then someone said oh. He turned his attention to the daughter. Annette someone said oh he married. A daughter and the daughter was fifteen. He asked her to marry him in. Someone's italy actually married a donor. All that is false not reload true. Just didn't want to engage with or get involved. Because i don't i don't think it's worth it. Yeah when you look to see the tweets when you see when you boil it down to excuse me something kind of as simplistic as that. You can kind of see okay. I can see how someone would see it that way but i mean it was such a complicated relationship and there was there was so much. There's so much more to it than that. And it's clear that they had their. They had their divisive moments. They had their times when they did not get on but equally you know even at the very i think at the very end they were still very close again after a disagreement. And after time apart so yeah. I think it's i think it's a little too simplistic to say that. Yes it is. Yeah i mean stock grab. He wasn't a or if there's anything you can say say that she was a bit stall because any time that she had hard times. It was yatesy she salt. I was for comfort and for support because he was always love from the beginning..
"about fifty people" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Running around los angeles trying to talk people into come into the games but the most interesting thing was my dad had just bought. This famous house called pickfair. It was mary. Pickford and douglas fairbanks huge silent film stars of hollywood very famous home and i said dad. There's one more thing i'd like to do. Can i use your house for what i said. You know those investment groups that you used to do with real estate. I'm going to invite fifty people a night to come to pick fair. And i'll give them a tour if they buy season seat a and basically we just invited as many people as we could fit in there which was about fifty people in night and as many as i could possibly get until my dad's said Hey johnny you've got to remember that. I still live here. If you can't make this into a conference room you know i do live here so but i think we We probably did a dozen or more of these a pickfair tours and we actually ended up selling selling these people catch. We probably got a good three hundred season seats off of this little promotion thing but as these people actually came to the games you could tell that they were bringing their friends we because we would give each season seat holder some free tickets to the first two or three games or something like that to bring their friends and you know i mean yeah by the third year we were doing too badly but it was still very frustrating. That we weren't we weren't drawing. You know ten thousand people. A game i again. Maybe it was wrong to go to the the comets games where the steamers games or something like that where they were had sold out crowds each and every time you know it was just a difficult sell in los angeles. It really was and without the cooperation from the the management of the forum which is somewhat include my father to that You know it was. It was difficult And it seemed like i was up against brick wall that we were never going to break through and make this what i dreamed of making it. And that was a.
"about fifty people" Discussed on atypical
"This. What if they don't like me just a moment of honesty here. I begin to wonder if tonight was a good idea. Are they going to freeze up on stage in front of what is beginning to look like a crowd of about fifty people that are gathered. I realized that they are not the only ones nervous around how this night will go. How will others respond to them if they sing if they don't but i'm the only one that had these interviews talking because outside they're beginning to crank it up.
"about fifty people" Discussed on atypical
"This. What if they don't like me just a moment of honesty here. I begin to wonder if tonight was a good idea. Are they going to freeze up on stage in front of what is beginning to look like a crowd of about fifty people that are gathered. I realized that they are not the only ones nervous around how this night will go. How will others respond to them if they sing if they don't but i'm the only one that had these interviews talking because outside they're beginning to crank it up.
"about fifty people" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Joe Elliott at newsradio eight forty WHAS in here Terry Meiners today so it's another in the base year press conference and no no huge news today I I wouldn't say that it was there was anything really earth shattering here but the governor did say that it looks like we're going to have a situation where one of the bars can open late next month June the thirtieth he's he's looking at that and they were talking about fifty people or or less daycares particularly like the day cares in the home as says Paul miles of just said June the eighth is that is the time for that and he's looking at the next week at larger daycares opening another be a lot of folks who are going to be excited to get kids having some much some child care again so that they will be able to do some work themselves and things so like I said this is a this is a gradual process that the governor continues to talk about and and we're seeing the state slowly open the governor says doesn't want to be the first he doesn't want to be the last he's comfortable being in the middle you can look at our friends across the river in Indiana they have been going faster but certainly they have been they've suffered more of more cases and and more deaths even on a per capita basis than Kentucky has so things continue to evolve as we head toward the Memorial Day weekend in just a couple of minutes we're going to find out the latest from the university of Louisville Jody doubling has been watching the situation that add you of L. as Vince tirade makes an announcement today about some athletes coming back to school we'll talk about that with Jodie after this on newsradio eight forty WHAS once upon a time there was a man who did everything the hard way Dr I'll just walk what's a little rain and.
"about fifty people" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Committed to making sure that every Rhode Islander of every race zip code as an an income level has equal access to testing so we're working on it we're working on more mobile testing we're working on walk three centers we're working on testing right in the community we're not where we need to pay we are literally making progress every single day and we won't stop until we have testing centers throughout the state so a few days ago I announced our first walk up testing site at B. Lee elementary school on the south side of Providence and so far this has its been in partnership with the Providence community health center at the site is already testing about fifty people a day and we're optimistic that we'll double that number by next week so if you live in that community call first you need an appointment but then you can go ahead walk over there or ride your bike over there and it's in the community and it's testing and it's available it is not just Provincetown there are other urban areas where folks need testing in their community so I'm announcing today there were opening a walk up site at the Memorial Hospital in Pawtucket in this site will work in conjunction with the drive through respiratory clinic that is already at the open talk at memorial and then I mentioned a week or so ago so the walk through site will allow us to expand our testing population in that facility for another fifty to a hundred people a day in that community lots of people walk live within walking distance to protected Mario and so we wanted to provide something rooted in the community and the mayor of attack it has you know been.
"about fifty people" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Were very very violent about fifty people who were killed in a day that was the black keys the the new sauna it was the beginning of the end for the ceaucescu's as news spread of the uprising in Timisoara a wave of protests broke out in towns and cities across Romania demonstrators attacking the ceaucescu's approaches the first time remaining show that meanwhile Laszlo Turkish and his wife had been arrested who we we were in dental gate they wanted to golf is that I was a spy of the CI a and to make a public declaration in the TV it was clear for us that we are to be executed daughter or imprisoned eight it was by now heavily pregnant brutal those a Securitas a worker her condition seem to prevent them from deploying the very worst interrogation techniques the officers were that that one date to separate from me to transport her into a hospital about to she was very faithful and did not leave me a little door that it reaches later on was born I think was all at aged in that time and Baltic the DA's in those that site than in the days when we were prepared for the the worst banking the rest the regime was unraveling and a full scale uprising was on the way the.
"about fifty people" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Lots of us are on the move a record number of Americans are expected to travel for Christmas and new year's an estimated one hundred sixty million of us will travel by ground air and train the weather will be good for travel across most of the country the coming week the one exception here in the southeast were heavy rain will fall today and tomorrow you have a driver is the average price of regular grade gasoline his date four cents per gallon to two sixty one over the past two weeks industry analyst trilby Lundberg the Lundberg survey says prices are expected creep a bit higher as retailers around the country face increased costs the price the pump is eighteen cents higher than it was a year ago foggy and icy road conditions were contributing factors in a sixty nine vehicle pileup on interstate sixty four near Williamsburg Virginia left the scene of crumpled cars tangled metal and shattered windows about fifty people were hurt CBS news update I'm Sam with singer it's time to go under the roof with German rob the home improvement show presented by ace hardware whether it's new construction remodeling renovation or maintenance general over here to help you by calling nine three one seven to thirteen twenty get your questions ready now here are Jim in rock.
"about fifty people" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"So hot in Spain that it's my new or is bursting into flames self igniting manure is being blamed for starting a major wildfire in Spain Europe is currently under an intense heat wave firefighters in Spain battling a ten thousand acre wildfire in the northeast part of the country a forty seven improperly managed parliament nor self combusted due to intense heat so far the fire still hasn't been contained and about fifty people have been evacuated John Jeffries NBC news radio a Virginia man is winning some major cash after collecting to lottery jackpots just months apart Jerome hall of Chesapeake initially split of one hundred and fifty thousand power ball jackpot with this friend back in March then three months later on June eleventh he won a hundred thousand dollars from Virginia's lottery cash five games that's entertainment I'm Terry Macready NBC news radio ten minutes maybe all it takes for a good morning to turn these not so good a quick commute why did I choose this freeway today is to go painfully slow and a nice outing you get really way to go about guys rely on our traffic and weather updates mornings at the top and every ten minutes past the hour news radio twelve hundred W. away I'd.
"about fifty people" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"It more sense. I guess a superconducting world that we have in. Right. I mean. Hale any code. I could probably find a photo of the HALE and social media. Well, and you know, Scott thing is especially let's let's focus on the western part of the state for just a second. You know, more people there now. Right. So more people chances are somebody's going to see something the hail the way wind damage, the, you know, the tornado and they're going to report it now more people more reports again, I think that's what's happening there. There is inevitably when there are warnings. You know, people say, well, there's worrying nothing happened. You know? And so next time I hear warning I won't pay that much of attention. Tell us what you know, what trips that trigger went when you guys decide to issue a thunderstorm warning or tornado warning why we need to take seriously. You know, number one till we used for that Scott is the Doppler weather radar weather radar is very very important till we've got a lot of great tools at the national weather service. One of the best ones we have is that that radar and that radar. Is not a camera. Right. It does not see anything, but it indicates things right radar cents energy out. And then it listens. When that energy hit something like a raindrop snowflake, a Hailstone energy comes back to the radar and that paints a picture for us and based on that data the intensity of the energy coming back. We can determine is that a raindrop or or a Hailstone, and then get an idea of the size and issue warnings based based on that it's important that people take these warnings seriously because a lot goes into that warning the easy part. The easy part is actually pushing the button on the warning the hard part is the decision, and we don't wanna falsely alarm people. Right. Because if we issue too many warnings, and there's no event we show warning tornado. There's no tornado that desensitizes people next time. Like, you said next time they're going to say ball. They issued the warning last week. There was nothing. I'm not gonna do anything this time about it. You have to know that a lot goes in. And it's a team effort at the weather service. It's not one meteorologist making that decision. It's a team of two sometimes three on those big decisions. Very interesting anything else. You wanna tell us about this coming summer and the severe weather awareness. You know, one thing I wanna make sure we have a lot of respect for that. I think we've kind of lost respect for is lightning right lightning as a killer and years ago about fifty people each year in the United States were dying from lightning strike about fifty people that numbers down to about thirty five. Now, look at the past ten years or so, but still be careful of that lightening respect lightning. Very good points. Grape to catch up with you. Thanks for the time. Always appreciate the folks at the national weather service offices, great to work within the we appreciate you helping us in our thanks for the time spot for your bet. Remembers we get into.
"about fifty people" Discussed on KOMO
"With Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Members of the US house sporting have gone on record demanding to see special counsel, Robert Mueller's. Final report when it's finished the house overwhelmingly passed a non-binding resolution this morning that calls on the Justice department to release Muller's findings to congress and the public the vote four hundred twenty two zero four members voted present the non-binding resolution was prompted by attorney general William bars noncommittal answers about Muller's probe during his Senate confirmation. Hearing Muller's obligated to submit his findings to the attorney general actress Lori Loughlin is one of about fifty people charged in the nationwide college cheating probe. She's now free on a million dollars bail ABC news crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garret is with us this morning. Good morning, Brad. Good morning, Greg. It sounds like this had been going on for a while without people either knowing it or do they were. Just looking the other way. Well, I think what happened. This is sort of textbook FBI working on one case, and then are told by the person they're interviewing I think in a securities fraud case about this college entrance scam. So that gave them an intro through this guy to either believe the coach at Yale. And then from there. They get. This against the coach, then they approach to coach turned him into a cooperator eating goes against Rick's singer, the ringleader if you will. And then at some point they step to singer, then starts to cooperate and record telephone conversation. Not prior to that. I think they had had a wiretap on singers phone that would have captured a number of these conversations we mentioned about fifty people indicted, so far do you think this is just the beginning? I think there will be more. I guess the bigger question is who else is doing some version of this? So, you know, does it go far beyond sort of these prestigious colleges guesses? It does. You know, what's different players. But. I'm gonna guess this as much bigger than we are aware that it might be many the parents undoubtedly were thinking the best of their children and hoping for the best for their kids. But could the kids be the ones that are also pay a price along with the parents in this? Well, I mean, some of them could clearly pay a price that they would get discharged from the school there attending because they got in under a bogus circumstances. So that would be one side. I mean, that's not something that you would want to deliver with as you move on in life. You know, and you can imagine what it's gonna do to the careers of a lot of very prominent CEO's. One guy's a senior partner in international law firm. You know, all of this is just going to have devastating effects on people's jobs and careers. Brad. Thanks for your time this morning, ABC news crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garret. And here comes the lawsuits to college students have now filed suit against USC, Yale University and other colleges were prosecutors say parents paid bribes to ensure that their kids got in the new lawsuits filed in San Francisco alleged that students were denied a fair opportunity for admission Eric Olsen and Calia would say they were denied their opportunity to apply to Yale and USC. They said the alleged scheme allowed unqualified students to be admitted to highly selective universities. Komo news time seven fifty let me get to our propel insurance money update. More salary job. Cuts are expected at Ford Motor Company is part of an eleven billion.
"about fifty people" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Ninety one. Is to the rights to to the nose to the left three hundred and nine hundred ninety one. So the nose the nose heavy. Yeah. So the the the margin wasn't quite as as extreme as it was last time, but it's still a a failure. And so now England faces the possibility of leaving the EU without any sort of deal in place, which could be terrible for them. That could really really hurt their economy. So the Russians are loving that. I'm sure they are loving it. Yeah. This means there could be a hard border from Northern Ireland denier. Yeah. That's yeah. All sorts of complications here all of their shedding island. They rely on shipping. And so everything that comes in has to get checked by by customs now. And and everything that goes out has to get checked. What's stopping them from doing it just say like okay now that we know where we're headed league. We do a do over, shall we shall we ask you one more time before we head down this road. There's nothing stopping they could. But they don't want to know. Would be as disastrous as the as the last time. Really? I mean the result in regardless of the result. I mean, it's still going to be disastrous because it was pretty much. It was almost a fifty fifty vote. So no matter what half of the country is furious. And so that's why they don't want to do another vote because it's just going to enrage people even more maybe better learn to speak Russian good idea. Maybe so, and of course, the news earlier today of this massive college admissions scam that has caught up actresses like, Felicity Huffman, Laurie Laughlin about fifty people charged in this thing. People trying to get the kids into some pretty big name schools, and they're willing. They were willing to pay to do it. And here's the FBI can laying out what exactly happened in return for bribes. These coaches agreed.