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"alba" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast

The PR Playbook Podcast

05:26 min | Last month

"alba" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast

"Hello and welcome to episode fifty five today. I have joining me. Megan alba director account director with the silver telegram and content curators and we're gonna be talking about storytelling for brands. In how important it is in. This is kind of our first go at a video. Excuse us for the weirdness of we're just trying to get used to a new format. But yeah i megan how are you doing. I'm excited. yeah no. I'm excited as well. It's nice to have another person on talking about the same things that i'm talking about. So i'll megan has been working with this over telegram for like four years. I think there some something like that <hes>. If you can just move closer so we can hear you a little bit better. That would begin sorry. I know you're like all relaxed in your green chair. They're new green chair. Having a conversation of green chair. conversations will take a little bite off of <hes>. Jada pinkett smith with her correct table so so storytelling for brand is pretty important especially when we're talking about public relations in building our narratives to tell the media so we wanted to talk about like kind of some key tips on how to develop a really good story and story line and you're gonna do this many times when you're a startup or any kind of brand really so you're going do over and over and over again and typically we usually have three or four storylines going at the same time. Obviously when we're pitching to the medium but i would love to get your feedback on getting started and how to create a story line and you know how some people can start thinking about stories in what they should be including. So how how can we get started. When we're developing our storylines or how do we do it. I guess so. Before we jump into that what i will say is that you know. A lot of our clients come to us and say well. I'm not a storyteller in the truth. Is that everyone's a storyteller. And i like to say everyone has a story worth sharing. You're telling a story every day. What we're doing is helping you to learn how to manage that. Narrative had recognizing managed that narrative in your life. And so what we're teaching today can apply for <unk>. Obviously across marketing and pr. But you know personally as well your own personal brand yeah so when we talk about storytelling really the first thing to start with the main idea and to and to build it out from there so sometimes the best thing you can do is to get back to basics. You know when you're in the middle of launching a product when you're in the middle of starting a new brand starting a new service. There's so many different things going on that. Oftentimes you feel pulled in many directions and sometimes you can lose sight of really the heart of the matter you can lose sight of the nugget that spurred all of this to begin with so what i recommend. A lot of times is go back to that. May ninety a what is it. What problem are you trying to solve. What issue where you're trying to address. What was the the main idea. The golden nugget. The lightbulb moment that popped into your head and you said i should do xyz to solve this problem. Go back to that main idea and that's going to be the heart of your storytelling point. I think a lot of people get like lost in like the verbs ray like this is the cutting edge or next generation or whatever and they they love to like hear that what they're doing is innovative or whatever you know like we have all those like pr terms that we get sucked into. And i agree with you completely like starting with the main idea making sure it like. I always tell people you know if you have a personal or brand mission statement to make sure it like lines up with that and it's like super direct and i think that's the best that is the best place to start so that you know you're always staying true to the voice of the company and like the goals of it rather than getting lost in saying that you are the next generation or innovation or all these fun. You know buzzwords that we like to throw out there so that's a great point great so like we start with the main idea we start fine tuning it <hes>. What's next so. I think that it's important to remember throughout to keep it simple. That's something that's really important a lot of times like you mentioned people get into this and they're trying to throw around all these buzzwords flashy terms and at its heart. Your communications should be simple. Someone needs to be able to remember what you said <hes>. As a matter of fact you said it several times in your book. Call your grandma and tell her. Tell her what you just wrote down. Give her your elevator pitch. And if grandma can't understand you need to go back to back to to the editing table again now so you want to do your research though once you have that main idea do your research and see what other people are saying about that same topic see what your competitors are saying. See what people are saying about similar products. If you're if you're the first or a new type of brand. What are people saying about similar products from there. You can find your unique value proposition from there. You can find those words that not everybody else's using and from there you can see what other people are saying that maybe it's confusing the conversation and you can cut through that clutter. You can fix it while you're building your on staff. Yep that's the else's communication problems and be the solution to it.

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Conversation with Megan Alba

The PR Playbook Podcast

05:26 min | Last month

Conversation with Megan Alba

"Hello and welcome to episode fifty five today. I have joining me. Megan alba director account director with the silver telegram and content curators and we're gonna be talking about storytelling for brands. In how important it is in. This is kind of our first go at a video. Excuse us for the weirdness of we're just trying to get used to a new format. But yeah i megan how are you doing. I'm excited. yeah no. I'm excited as well. It's nice to have another person on talking about the same things that i'm talking about. So i'll megan has been working with this over telegram for like four years. I think there some something like that If you can just move closer so we can hear you a little bit better. That would begin sorry. I know you're like all relaxed in your green chair. They're new green chair. Having a conversation of green chair. conversations will take a little bite off of Jada pinkett smith with her correct table so so storytelling for brand is pretty important especially when we're talking about public relations in building our narratives to tell the media so we wanted to talk about like kind of some key tips on how to develop a really good story and story line and you're gonna do this many times when you're a startup or any kind of brand really so you're going do over and over and over again and typically we usually have three or four storylines going at the same time. Obviously when we're pitching to the medium but i would love to get your feedback on getting started and how to create a story line and you know how some people can start thinking about stories in what they should be including. So how how can we get started. When we're developing our storylines or how do we do it. I guess so. Before we jump into that what i will say is that you know. A lot of our clients come to us and say well. I'm not a storyteller in the truth. Is that everyone's a storyteller. And i like to say everyone has a story worth sharing. You're telling a story every day. What we're doing is helping you to learn how to manage that. Narrative had recognizing managed that narrative in your life. And so what we're teaching today can apply for Obviously across marketing and pr. But you know personally as well your own personal brand yeah so when we talk about storytelling really the first thing to start with the main idea and to and to build it out from there so sometimes the best thing you can do is to get back to basics. You know when you're in the middle of launching a product when you're in the middle of starting a new brand starting a new service. There's so many different things going on that. Oftentimes you feel pulled in many directions and sometimes you can lose sight of really the heart of the matter you can lose sight of the nugget that spurred all of this to begin with so what i recommend. A lot of times is go back to that. May ninety a what is it. What problem are you trying to solve. What issue where you're trying to address. What was the the main idea. The golden nugget. The lightbulb moment that popped into your head and you said i should do xyz to solve this problem. Go back to that main idea and that's going to be the heart of your storytelling point. I think a lot of people get like lost in like the verbs ray like this is the cutting edge or next generation or whatever and they they love to like hear that what they're doing is innovative or whatever you know like we have all those like pr terms that we get sucked into. And i agree with you completely like starting with the main idea making sure it like. I always tell people you know if you have a personal or brand mission statement to make sure it like lines up with that and it's like super direct and i think that's the best that is the best place to start so that you know you're always staying true to the voice of the company and like the goals of it rather than getting lost in saying that you are the next generation or innovation or all these fun. You know buzzwords that we like to throw out there so that's a great point great so like we start with the main idea we start fine tuning it What's next so. I think that it's important to remember throughout to keep it simple. That's something that's really important a lot of times like you mentioned people get into this and they're trying to throw around all these buzzwords flashy terms and at its heart. Your communications should be simple. Someone needs to be able to remember what you said As a matter of fact you said it several times in your book. Call your grandma and tell her. Tell her what you just wrote down. Give her your elevator pitch. And if grandma can't understand you need to go back to back to to the editing table again now so you want to do your research though once you have that main idea do your research and see what other people are saying about that same topic see what your competitors are saying. See what people are saying about similar products. If you're if you're the first or a new type of brand. What are people saying about similar products from there. You can find your unique value proposition from there. You can find those words that not everybody else's using and from there you can see what other people are saying that maybe it's confusing the conversation and you can cut through that clutter. You can fix it while you're building your on staff. Yep that's the else's communication problems and be the solution to it.

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"alba" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

07:29 min | 2 months ago

"alba" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"Broken and also quote. Unfortunately nothing is known of the jaws which bore similar teeth during the cretaceous period in the northern hemisphere but it seems probably that the completion of the tooth sockets and the paucity of successional teeth. Ingenio deputies are characters indicating that it was one of the latest and most specialized members of its race and quote from the cretaceous. So i guess it is one of the latest ones. Yeah and specialized probably because by the cretaceous pretty specialist genu- dyke's is the second non. Avian dinosaur described from south america after lanka sorus. And it's the first known. Theropod describe from south america for a while. Genu- deputies was thought to be a gnome do volume because the fossils were so fragmentary but then a redistribution in two thousand four by oliver row found it to be valid. Yeah it makes sense. Because if the only difference between it and suratis is the number of pre max hillary teeth. We see that with things like tarantulas. Where they say well. This is just a younger individual. They lost teeth as they got older out. More teeth than older. So i could see how without really closely looking at the bone and trying to see for subtle differences. You might assume that yeah and then because this is one of the earlier discovered and described eyesores. It's been thought to be a lot of different things. So one point of said to be a mega sword than tyrannosaurus a theropod a insert And bella sword but the two thousand four re description and reexamination. They remove the hall type from its quote unquote fischel matrix. And they found it to not have a bill assorted in toronto toward traits. But to have many neo surata orange rates and they found that it probably came from the sarah castagna member of the cerro barcena formation. Because before it wasn't completely clear where the fossils in found which is known that they were found in red sandstone So oliver wrote repaired the tight material and he wrote quote as is the case with the bones of the skull. The entries are rather massive so as the main thing we about this dinosaur. The teeth in the pre mexico close together and in a quote overlapping an echelon pattern. So it's a parallel formation at a slanted angle and i had to look pretty closely at the pictures to see it. Partly because i had to look up with that pattern meant so. I guess what they mean. Is that rather than the teeth being straight in a row through lined up like a bunch of knives. They're sort of tilted a little bit and then they line up with one another. It's kind of hard to describe. But yeah like they're. They're not quite straightforward and back there like a little bit angled yard and they all are a little slanted to. It's one of those. It's hard to tell from the pictures unless you're looking at the separate injuries. Yeah because the pictures are all from the side. So you can't really see the difference in how they're aligned because this is more like a top down you need to see so the right side of the skull of janea deputies was slightly deformed but not the left and it also had a long max. Hillary tooth crowns that were longer than quote the minimal height of the dentistry in quo. And that's also something only seen far in genu- deputies and sarah soros so the teeth. Mike go past the start of the jaw. Maybe so sort. Sorta like on a sabertooth cat. Probably not that extreme. But like maybe a little bit of overlap of the jaw itself the illustration doesn't show the mouse close. It's hard to say but yes they on some of the we are not slick long enough. Maybe they could pull that off. This looks like a big mouth full of teeth full of large teeth. And that's pretty much all we know about it because they found it. So genuflect help show early diversification of neo surata sawers in south america and the fossils are now at the maceo plata in argentina in other dinosaurs lived around the same time in places. Genu- duckie's included titanic stores like pedigree titan and carcharodontosaurus like toronto titan. And are fun fact. Today is that from a file genetic standpoint and the only standpoint that really matters. Humans are signing dots. Oh i did not know that. Before i needed. So that early signdance were a major part of the ecosystem in the late permian and early triassic the name sign dot means dog teeth. And if you look at a sign of dot it does look sort of like a hybrid dog. A lizard i would say. And that's more or less what they were. They sell sprawled a little bit but they did have some features them all modern mammals have like they have jaws that are fairly similar to ours. Lot more fused bones in the offer example than there are in things like dinosaurs. They could also breathe through their nose bypassing their mouth which i didn't realize was something really animals couldn't do that. We really annoying. If like their nasal passages kind of just redirect back into their mouth. Yeah so then. They couldn't eat while they breathe. Oh but cena don's could and so can all modern mammals. And i guess we have signed on to thank for evolving that feature. It's probably lower here today. It's yes definitely helpful. I think there are some animals that by pass more than we do because sometimes it feels like we can't breathe and say drink like we should be able to but some other animals to be better that maybe it's just my issue than i don't know how to properly but we couldn't do it at all if it was presided odds unless it off slightly earlier. I suppose that's also possible. Unfortunately we are not die. Sign dots so. It's not one of those things. Where diamond on is a type of sign dot die. Sign ons are completely different group. They are to dog teeth in latin but it the two part is because they have a pair of tusks and unless part is because they look like a sign it on i think die. Sign ons are thought to be herbivorous and they range in size from basically guinea pig to elephants is quite a range. Yeah i think dynasty and at odds are really cool. So i was a little disappointed that we're not evolved from them as well but i think die. Sign ons should be considered the cows of the triassic. Okay because of this reason we're cows of every period haven't figured out the jurassic yet but we know the cretaceous in the triassic at this point. Dial dance are also part of the larger group called synapses so they're not too far unrelated to us because we're in absence. Synapses are the group that started at the end of the carbon nevarez about three hundred ten million ago or about sixty to seventy million years before dinosaurs evolved synapse include since animals like demetre john and then obviously modern mammals since we are assigned to dance the dinosaur related sister group tucson acids are the sohrab cid's and those also evolved right around three hundred million years ago. Sore opposite lizard faces makes it easy to remember that. That's the one that includes dinosaurs and lots of lizard things to like all modern reptiles.

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Daisy Christodoulou's Teachers vs. Tech: A Book Review

Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

04:38 min | 2 months ago

Daisy Christodoulou's Teachers vs. Tech: A Book Review

"Organized this time and we did some recording off alba crabs. So what you're gonna. Fistful is an overview of this book by our lovely doctor judith. Name she's looking at the usa technology within education. She starts off by looking at how we learn so is a strong focus on the the. She calls it the science learning to start with so cognitive science in order to probably to understand how technology can support that learning. So she's fundamentally she's got this how we learn as the foundation of all and then she looks at various aspects of of Technology jay and this the second chapter is she talks about personalized learning and how what personalized learning means and an how realistic it is and she looks at things. Like smart devices says well on on how we we use. Small device says Within education and there is a sort of message that came across to me the technology. And you probably wouldn't be surprised that technology has potential within education. But it doesn't live up to the promise so fall of water offers that we've constantly been offered certain amounts of promise so she uses the example. She uses clinton a an easy example of interactive whiteboards. And says you know these. These was huge investments. And they were going to be the next wonderful thing and it didn't come off and she sorta looks at that. So it's i found an interesting look. made me think about technology and how we use technology okay. So we've got a bit of an overview there and sort of angle that daisy christie has taken with this burke. You've already given us a little bit of an insight. Tom but what were you kind of top takeaway as or what was your kind of instinct to feeling. After you've finished reading this book. I remember being quite infused by i was. I felt that. Obviously it's a very very topical question at the moment. The question of education technology. It's been topical for awhile. It's suddenly became relevant to absolutely everybody. Once we went in went into covid nineteen lockdown and to some extent. I suppose the the tech jeannie has been popped out of the bottle very very quickly. You know we've all ended up having to do some sort of online teaching the question's been hanging over the education world for years and years now you know. To what extent can we or should we as teachers replace. Bits of what we do with technology and you have some people who are very very pro technology. You know we'll we'll tend to use it if it's there perhaps a little be uncritically. You get some people of course in the other way you get people basically saying i'm not having any devices i in my room. Thank you very much. And i think my initial concerns were that coming from an author who is very much seen as on the traditional stand of things and spent a whole chapter seven myths kind of trying to explode this myth that teaches all. Believe that the kids. Just googling things now and can get on with having loads of fun instead of learning facts and all of that that we were going to get something very antitax ashley. Although i knew she was running attack company i thought we were going to get you know whole chapters away we we should be not touching devices that kind of thing so i think the two things i liked the most on a sort of broad brush basis with fat that she is balanced in setting out these arguments. She does kind of you know. Try to lay out her own biases and things. Like that. And i also felt that her has summaries although i do i always twitch when people reducing down to little summaries inboxes. The summaries were pretty good and pretty balanced. Actually if you are in such a hurry that you toady mortar reader. Relatively short chapter yes with my to at the end of each chapter she crunched everything dominant inside the size into into a summary. Which we're gonna use throughout this episode just as talking points and again you nine go and delve a bit deeper into that chapter. He wants to read a little bit more.

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"alba" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

05:20 min | 2 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"Dubious claims viral disinformation. And they just found that it reduced engagement. They were like screw it. We want the engage. Yeah let's just slap more fact checking labels on posts that all definitely solve you know the erosion of what we all believed to be in this country. My last question for you is about the demand side of this. I mean at one level. There's this market breakdown. That's left this gap right. So people used to get their information from like the local nightly news and maybe the local newspaper and then there's like national news networks. They watch the nightly news and now they're getting their bombarded with information often through social media platforms those social media platforms tend to emphasize You know virality virality and engagement and those things tend towards like the outrageous through the you know the the outrageous or the dramatic or or things like that right but then there's also just like i dunno it's like how much of this is human demand for information to people like conspiracy theories they've i mean. Rumor mongering is basically the oldest human practice. There's pretty good evidence. Actually that way we learn like human language developed like talk shit about other people like that's actually the first thing that we alek language for this is actually true. It's not definitive. But there's pretty good evidence that the first use of language was like us like describing who was in and out in the kin group. That's great so like there's there's some human you know there's some demand i guess my question. You is just like what like feels like. We've crossed some rubicon here with this with the election. Stuff that there's tens of millions of people who are going to believe the election was stolen that the ghost of hugo chavez floated into the machines of the dominion machines and it changed the votes while the maiden name sharpies like none of it is internally consistent. They're just like a million different theories in the end. It's it's fraudulent. And i guess the question is like is this just the information violent. We live in now unless something major changes in the way that the upper echelons of the republican party donald trump operate or the way the algorithms operate. I think so. I think it is the information landscape we've set up for a solves and There isn't much incentive for the people in power to change anything the you know. The companies are multibillion dollar businesses and they do want the engagement they do want the attention. They want to be places that people use to entertain themselves. There's a really jarring misalignment of you know sort of that. That human nature of wanting something salacious to look at and consume and the basic human need for good information. Good quality information about your community like what's in your water or if there's corruption in you know your city council which can be kind of dry to read about in in sort of the day to day consumption of news and end the day to day beat of what's going on in your community but but that is really really crucial if we want to keep this democracy that we said we wanted and so we want.

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"alba" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

04:35 min | 2 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"Their information at this moment and one of the co-authors of that piece a woman by the name of david alba. The new york times writes a lot about these topics about information. Disinformation social media and journalism. And i really wanted to talk to her about this piece and her beat and so it's a great pleasure to welcome david. David thanks for joining. Why is this happening thank you. It's a pleasure to be here so first of all. Tell me so. Let's start with the story. A municipal authorities jax. How did you guys get tipped off to this. How did you find this so you know back in october. Twenty nine t. And i noticed this fantastic article in a local newspaper About a network of websites in michigan that were pushing partisan political stories so this local newspaper had covered covered this network someone. Intrepid reporter had noticed that several of these websites with really innocuous names like the lansing saw and Just the generic nate ann arbor times. That sort of thing the kinds of names for newspapers that if you were like a screenwriter. You're writing a movie right. That's what you would name. The local paper -solutely it's sort of like blank county reporter and it's almost like formulaic and and these websites were publishing these these really incendiary articles about sort of how democrats in their area were failing and how republicans were doing so well or you know the coverage of a bill happening in in the state or just very favorable coverage republicans and that piqued by interest. And if you scroll to the bottom of this network of websites you saw that it sprawled..

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HIV Under the Microscope

The Naked Scientists

05:20 min | 2 months ago

HIV Under the Microscope

"I this week there was cause for celebration as a covid. Vaccine became a regulator approved reality in the uk. All the time we've been waiting and hoping for the day when the searchlights of science would pick out invisible enemy. Give the pala to stop the enemy from making us ill. And now the scientists have done it and they used the virus itself to perform a kind of biological jujitsu and in fact because of that jujitsu the uk has become the focus of world media attention as the first western nation to formally approve corona virus vaccine for public use. Nevertheless some are questioning. Why britain's been able to move so fast according to the uk education secretary govern williamson. Speaking to see it's because we live in great britain. I just reckon we've got the very best people in this country and we've obviously got the best medical regulators much better than were french. Arab muslim belgians have much better than me americans. That doesn't surprise me at all because we're much better country than every single was okay but if that is actually true then what is that. We're better at in reality. The buck stops with a body called the nhra there. The medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency and down to them. That we've been able to approve sizes new coronavirus vaccine in record time and to explain what's involved what gaps still remain in our knowledge. And what is happening with the other major vaccine contender. The one being made by astrazeneca. His gino martini from the royal pharmaceutical society. Any new medicine has to be reviewed and tested the mitchell ray. The job is to inspect review. The data that's being generated so foams physical companies have to pay the testing. We'll clinical trials. Testing will phase one face to face free with effectively. The the medicine in this case. The vaccine is tested in human volunteers and subjects which representative while the population people. You're gonna begin the vaccine to create these clinical trials. The data's collected and the whole basis have put together a dossier and that's been reviewed by the shaarei in this case. What is the damage of being working in real time with manufacturers review the data in real time so that's why we've been able to get an accelerated. Is it as simple as that. Because what some people. Think quite legitimately appointing out is that normally. It takes ten years to make a drug or vaccine and get that to market. Which means by the time it gets there. You've got ten years in some cases of follow up from the first time a person was exposed to that drug to the time at which you begin to marketed. Here we've got ten months so we don't have that long term insight true. What's happening here. Is that the nhra actively viewing people being executed. So there's already assistant quotes called surveillance. And so they'll be muller shaking people. Boxing aged just in case there are any adverse events alba to understand. The nhra is a very very good regulatory agency. Got great expertise in looking out biological jokes. Vaccines whom the signing. What data is needed sensual. Quality and safety and of course efficacy. Interestingly though the nhra have approved this agent for uk use but the the european counterpart for the hr a have not approved this more. Broadly across the rest of the eu and other countries in the eu. Haven't done what the uk's done. So why have we got that difference. And if it's good enough for us why is it not good enough for the rest of europe. But these things do happen. I mean differences do occur in interpretation with with data particularly when you have those as just the s but again a while alluded to before is immature About could lead robertson so a lead coordinates when they were part of the mea for all the you took applications like said sixty percent of new medicines being less than ten years or so the amateur were coordination. I got great experience in this kind of area and a great network of keeping lead his experts. Who can give council on this data so you know. I'm i'm fairly confidence. That amateur are happy. With the safety and efficacy and quality than out of oxygen. There are some gaps in our understanding and in the data we've had generated so far though. Aren't there for instance. No one under eighteen has had the agent tried on them so they won't be being vaccinated pregnant women. Currently there regarded as a risk group. But they've not been included intentionally in the charles. They've been actually excluded from the trials. So how we gonna deal with the fact that there are these individuals or groups in the population that haven't been actively explored as time evolves. They will obviously investigate. Those subjects will be evolving. The plan with the mitchell ray in finding house was the best way to include those people.

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Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

The Voicebot Podcast

04:53 min | 3 months ago

Dr Ben Goertzel CEO of SingularityNET Discusses Research for Artificial General Intelligence

"Yeah single arena. It's about decentralized ownership and control democratic access to a anson robotics is about. How do we make i interface with people in a compassionate loving way which both deliver immediate value to humans like if you rollout compassionate loving robots in metal alba character education context and it can help the the better suck in human culture and human values because it's interacting with with with people in the really direct way now the the core pursuit of agi itself. I've been pursuing for many years. Through project open cog which is an open source general intelligence platform. And we're we're now building. A brand new version of open cog called hyper on. And we're actually. We're spinning off a separate company. From singularity net cog true which is basically building commercial. Applications on top of the new open cog system now. But but it all connects right. Because the the the agi systems true gi will build using open cargo hyperion. I mean these use singularity net as a decentralized platform and they can supply intelligence among other applications to hanson robots into our joint with hansen robot. So many you have you know. We have a whole ecosystem which is dominated by by big tech companies. But we're sort of looking at making a in a way a parallel a ecosystem which is based on a decentralized networks and which also is using a broader variety of of algorithms than big tech companies are currently focusing because i mean deep. Neural nets are great. I was teaching deep neural nets and then in the nineties him as a spare time. Weekend musician having a huge amount of fun would like seek to see controlling their own models for music prediction and so forth. So it's it's very cool. What these neural nets can do on the other hand. I think the only doing a small fraction of what you need for human level general intelligence so with both open cog and trade gye singularity net and answering robots. We're looking connecting together multiple processes. Some doing neuro met some doing budget go reasoning. Some are doing evolutionary learning. They're doing many different algorithms in there. They're cooperating together deal. The sort of emerging intelligence. I'm not. I think. I think that's going to be critical during during the next phase. I we've had a boom with diener for certain narrow. Ai applications and the next boom which i have referred to his agi artificial gerald revolution like that they i revolution i think is gonna be driven by synergetic combinations of a number of different technologies working together and then there's various methods of doing the combination right now open cog one way of doing combination singularity nets and other so it's a lot of stuff going on absolutely okay so a couple of different things This a little bit. So i think for the listeners. Singularity net is a way for any type of intelligent systems to interact with each other. Is that correct. The singular basically like a a at a sir is a sir in. Ai solution as a service so that others can honestly singularity by orientation is about a by software architecture. It's just a way of taking docker containers. Running compute prophecies that have published their api's and allowing these these computing prostheses to pay each other rate each other exchange data give answers and outsource outsource work to each other. Some a customer needs something known. Say documents summarized they asked. They put a request out in the decentralized network. Who can summarize documents right then. Ten agents keke. I can summarize documents than they negotiate define which one they worked to pay summariser documents. The documents summarising agent may do the work itself or it may to some extent. Say well wait. This document hasn't images who can summarize images and we'll send out a request to a bunch of of other agents network that can summarize images but then you need you need payment systems in here. You need reputation rating systems. He needs security. And you can have collections of agents that habitually work together to deliver certain functions in some that only live on the back end and do medical in something and don't ever talk to to

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Perez Hilton Confesses He Hooked Up With John Mayer

Daily Pop

02:17 min | 5 months ago

Perez Hilton Confesses He Hooked Up With John Mayer

"After years of slamming celebrities, Perez Hilton says he has some serious regrets, but he's also up a ton of new trouble. No surprise in his new memoir my life and scandal says he regrets hurting so many people with his website but that's not stopping him from making new planes about celebrities according to page six who got an early look at the book Peres writes about his on and off friendship with Lady Gaga he accuses her of using him to get back at her caters. He says God I didn't ask him to write nasty things about people but quote by moaning to me she made me feel like, i. her best friend. Should do something about it. He also says they stopped talking after an interview he did with her in two thousand eleven and eventually Gago called him a creepy stalker. It's good. All right and that is not all Peres also talks about hooking up with John Mayer in a tooth out in in in two thousand seven in a club. So that was for you years. Later, John did. Admit to kissing Peres during an interview with playboy, we reached out to John and dog for comment but have not heard that that was a lot to unpack you lots of reading. Let me ask you this. Do you think for as truly regret saying that things that he did. Are you man, you're the only person who has not made. This. Point by the way I, don't understand how this man is literally like every gender and I could make one small suggests into Bob Saggy. He's not interested in I said, okay. Well, that's cool. Now pissed about it it's ridiculous. And now it's too late. He'll go anywhere at anytime but unfortunately, not for you Morgan Stewart's. Because taken off the market. Will now I'm very now there's two of US know literally. I feel bad for them because I feel like Mario is one person. He's very nice. He's very you know deep and I think Perez Hilton is a second person and I think what happens is Press Hilton started this website and started getting all this attention for all the nasty things that he said about celebrities and I think what happened after that was all these other websites you know started popping up and he Created the genre. People would be able to forgive them but they wouldn't be able to forgive them because he kinda was the birthplace of this nasty snotty as a situation

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Eye Contact (MM #3484)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Eye Contact (MM #3484)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. I saw a celebrity news item the other day that I just shook my head actress Jessica. Alba was talking about the fact that when she was on with the Hills 90210 back in the early nineties mid-nineties. She was on just starting out in her career and was on as a kind of a guest actress for a couple of episodes and was instructed not to make eye contact with any of the Stars either behind the scenes are while on camera earlier this year. We heard all about the backstage world of the Ellen DeGeneres television show where people aren't allowed to make eye contact with her either and I just kind of shake my head. I've actually heard that through the country music off for a couple of artists. I won't name them cuz they're still going strong and I don't know if it's actually true but they've said you weren't supposed to make eye contact with them backstage unless you were told to it's just kind of sad to me I contact is very important. Let them know you respect them. You acknowledge them and you can make eye contact without going any further. It's kind of a sign respect released. I think it is but I think we're going to see more and more of those about Bad actors if you will about bad celebrities because right now that's the world we're living in bath.

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Eye Contact (MM #3484)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Eye Contact (MM #3484)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. I saw a celebrity news item the other day that I just shook my head actress Jessica. Alba was talking about the fact that when she was on with the Hills 90210 back in the early nineties mid-nineties. She was on just starting out in her career and was on as a kind of a guest actress for a couple of episodes and was instructed not to make eye contact with any of the Stars either behind the scenes are while on camera earlier this year. We heard all about the backstage world of the Ellen DeGeneres television show where people aren't allowed to make eye contact with her either and I just kind of shake my head. I've actually heard that through the country music off for a couple of artists. I won't name them cuz they're still going strong and I don't know if it's actually true but they've said you weren't supposed to make eye contact with them backstage unless you were told to it's just kind of sad to me I contact is very important. Let them know you respect them. You acknowledge them and you can make eye contact without going any further. It's kind of a sign respect released. I think it is but I think we're going to see more and more of those about Bad actors if you will about bad celebrities because right now that's the world we're living in bath.

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Image Bearers of God (Genesis 1:26-28)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:39 min | 5 months ago

Image Bearers of God (Genesis 1:26-28)

"Genesis Chapter One, versus Twenty Six through twenty eight. then. God said, let us make man in our image after our likeness. Let them have dominion over the fish of the scene over the birds of the heavens and over the livestock over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth? So God created man in his own image in the image of God He created him. Male and female he created them. And God bless them. And God said to them be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it. And Have Dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth. these verses are. Breathtaking awe inducing. humbling. Sobering encouraging just think God is created a you. And me in his image. What does that mean you and are created in a sense like God? Obviously, we are not God we are not little gods, but we are created. In such a way that we have the capacity to relate to God. To, be in relationship with God in a way that trees and. Oceans and mountains and animals cannot you and I are created uniquely in God's image with the capacity to know him. Enjoy him relate to him, walk with him, worship him and end this, and it's not just you and me it's every single person created with equal dignity. With. Equal beauty in this way in the image of God. Oh, there's so much that flows from this but as we think about presidential election and all of the discussions and debates about and from political candidates and parties. There is a tendency. To miss this reality and to speak about others to think about others to relate to others in ways that betray this glorious reality from the very beginning, and we are compelled by these verses to treat all people think about all people speak to all people about all people with dignity. Image bearers of God. So pray for that. Even as we think about all the personalities in this election, as we think about leaders of different parties. As, we think about other people around us who we know who may have different opinions or convictions than us. Even non-believing friends family members co workers whose ideas are totally contrary to God's word who aren't even thinking through. Your word who are. Actively. Rebelling against you God. We pray that is we think about every Hurson, every hearse analogy around us who we know we don't know who we see on the news we see reporting the news help us to see everyone. As. wonderfully created in your image and to honor just like I peter chapter two verse, Seventeen says to honor everyone. and. Got We pray for that across our country Alba's to honor people with equal dignity. And all that. That means God please help us. In this way we pray for political candidates to honor all people with dignity as image bearers of God for Party leaders. In God we pray for this and the church even just so. God over how even in the church during these days, there can be such divisions speaking. Talking to about people in ways that don't celebrate the beauty of what it means for each other remade in your image. God help us to honor everyone around us and the process to point them to you as their Creator to point people to you as their designer to point people to you is the one who has made them to enjoy you and walk with you and worship you gotta repay. You'd help us to love an honor people well as we point them to you as the one who has made them wonderfully got a repay for this in our hearts and we pray for this in the hearts of people around us Oh God. We pray for this in each one of our hearts help us to live and perceive everybody we see in view of Genesis, chapter one versus Twenty Six through twenty eight. In. Jesus name we, pray. Amen

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Abba to release five new songs in 2021 as reunion is delayed by pandemic

Colleen and Bradley

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Abba to release five new songs in 2021 as reunion is delayed by pandemic

"To release five new songs this year, but now it's been delayed to 2021. Everything was going to say, join the club, but wanted to remind you guys that Alba is going to be releasing new music. It's been over 26 years since ABBA released any new tracks, So that's very exciting, right? That's very exciting, very exactly will look forward to it very If you change your mind, I'm first in line to three. Give me that music. You know we're gonna

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Why Learning to Say "No" Will Accelerate Your Success

Marketing School

04:05 min | 8 months ago

Why Learning to Say "No" Will Accelerate Your Success

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about why learning to say no will accelerate your success. Let's reframe this real quick and early days Neil when you're starting out as an entrepreneur. You would always look at the newest opportunities. And what would you do about those opportunities? I always said not always what most cases I said. Yes, and that's what ended up causing me to do one too many things derailing my focus and funny enough 'cause less success over time I think what Neil's also saying is a lot of us become more and more successful. You're going to have more and more opportunities coming your way, and you can either accept the fact that you're. You're drowning in opportunity, or you can do something about it and say no more and funny enough Steve Jobs said this in the past. He says what's really lead to apple. Success was the ability to say no. They said no way more things than they said yes to. And when he first came back to apple after he was fired, he shut down many different product lines, and that's just the basis of it. It's really saying no all the opportunities that you're drowning in. When you say no, and you end up focusing on the stuff that really matters. That's when you double down I was once talking to entrepreneur name Brian Lee, and he created a company called shootout with Kim Kardashian before that was legalzoom, and the most recent one was honest company with Jessica Alba. And I remember years and years ago I. Don't know Bryan while at all I. don't even know him really by interviewed him for my blog years and years ago, and he mentioned one thing that really resonated with me, and he said you need to have super laser focus only tried to do one thing at a time and the moment your growth slows down and you can't get it to keep growing. That's when you expand until then you just stick with what you're doing. Yeah more Buffett and Bill Gates when they first met I believe this is a story, or this wasn't when they first met someone albums. Like what's the secret to your success? They both wrote down one word on a piece of paper and flip it over, and they said focus was the main obey. And the other thing to do just to give more examples. You look at Zillow. You look at glass door. You look at all those companies it's who's the one guy that started all those companies again rich partner. Expedia, glass, door and Zillow, yeah, but he focused on each one. He didn't try to do all of them. At the same time, he took the domain expertise that he had is like I. Know How to build a two sided marketplace. I know how to take advantage of Joe I know that there is a gap in the marketplace attack that so he used the same thesis three times, but he didn't try to do them all at the same time and I can tell you. These guys are older and more experienced than I. can say Neal My. We're getting older. We're not up there yet with them. We don't have the. The experience that they have yet, but I can tell you as Neela I've gotten older. We've gotten better at saying. No, I'll say better than before, but still trying to get better at it. It's hard because we all have the shiny. Object Syndrome. And when you learn to say no, it'll make you really understand what you should be focusing on. Because there's so many opportunities out there. In many cases, we missed the ones that are the best ones because we say. Yes, to so many that we don't spend enough time uncovering the true potential of anyone, business or anyone, strategy or anyone concept, and the same goes with your marketing. Even in the air. Can I talk Omni Channel? Yes, you should go omni channel, but focus on one or two marketing tactics out once doom, really well before you expand into all in because there's not enough time in the day to do everything perfectly well, unless you have a massive team, the other thing is I would google the T. sheets, marketer, and really understand as a marketer that you should try to go deep on one. One thing and then you try to expand and get a little more breadth, but the depth is what you really want to folks when people talk about what Neal's known for Seo or what I'm doing for I think largely people was. This is weird, sometimes WANNA go speak at a conference. They don't know what to call way, so they called me an seo extraordinary and I don't know where the hell they got that from. The same problem yeah. Seo Eric. All right. Put into this box, but I guess that's what we know and Belize pisses me off sometimes when I'm lying. Put into a box, but you have to be okay with that because you try to be everything being nothing

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ALPA Wants FAA To Enact COVID Rules

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:56 min | 10 months ago

ALPA Wants FAA To Enact COVID Rules

"Alba wants. Faa to enact Kovic Rules Alpa of course is the Airline Pilots Association. He and Max t we've seen that Alba's got some thoughts on compliance to CDC recommendations. I think last week we talked about one of the first airlines to announce their mask rule for passengers. And I think a lot of other airlines fell in quickly behind that and I thought this was a really interesting point. Alpa is making which is at right. Now there's kind of a patchwork of processes used by different airlines. And if you think about it you might be changing aircraft one airplane. You have to wear a mask another. You don't want airport. You have to wear it from the time you enter the building of the report. You don't. These are the kinds of inconsistencies Breakdown you know the safety procedures that we have and so they're just saying let's make this all uniform and to me. That makes a heck of a lot of sense They mentioned by the way that Air Canada's going to start checking all passenger temperatures starting may fifteenth. I'm not sure what kind of devices are going to use for that. But I guess that makes sense. Yeah absolutely David you might have some thoughts on Having consistency in terms of safety requirements across airlines. You think or. Do you think this the airlines should each decide on their own. What they think is most appropriate. Well you know I wouldn't be called renegade aviator if I didn't Throw a little bit of A matchstick on the fire here. Once in a while I do believe in standardization. However the airline business is a business and These co vid roles restrictions. Whatever you WANNA call them. They're all over the ballpark and they're going to continue to be that way. What I'd like to say. And I think the quickest way to bring back the passengers is to let the free market decide

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"alba" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

18:05 min | 11 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"And the back walk. And we and pop and lock and Jazz Hanes and Bow. Your Majesty's thank you for the applause. We humbly offer you golden sunflower pop in lack windmill technique demonstrated by brother. Co and brother. Fang Clap Clap. Clap and a one gloppy Coop and-a-two cooperative coop. And it's three cooperative coop. Oh that looks dangerous nonsense. This is dancing my dear the just dancing just because it's called break dancing. It doesn't have to do with breaking anything and a woosh woosh woosh wash on the other hand in a sewage. Swoosh swoosh swoosh smooth smooth smooth and of whoop whoop hello everybody. I'm about to do a pop and lock just for you. I'm trying to rhyme. Try To dance on time. My name is magnus just a bit of your time and I won't wine as a break dance in from the school of Afonso Ribeiro. Who are nurses sat is that boy is dancing out of control his legs moving so fast. I don't think you can even control them. Rather Magnus would are you doing. Your Majesty's I apologize. This is not part of our normal break. Dancing routine magnus get off the stage. Okay Watch this and that Danson P. H. A. T. Spells fat. And that's what I'm doing a spy remove swimming around. Don't give you the blues. Man Name is M. Two H. G. to the end to the U. To The yes in moving so well takes away your stress. Magnus don't dance near the tent. Poles amount of do a back flip and jump off the SPOL- to spin round and dance in for you. The Queen here. Shouldn't we call to God? Sin My dears king. I believe that the dancing monks should be able to handle it. He's one of those after all not a very good one and here we go a pop and lock in spin round off the clock. Magnus do not swing around on that bowl. Oh a WHOA. Whoa WHOA Holy Cow Father. Langham going faster and faster. I've lost control. Magnus Oh my gosh is queen of never seen anything like this as king. I do declare this to this. Oh he he's pulling down the tents and he skinned his knees. So that's going to need to be you know he's going to need his needs to be like Like retreated something. What are we to do way to go? Magnus Oh my goodness even as Queen. I've never seen such asking denise before in all my days oh no skinned both my knees and still spinning on a pole in the tent. Coming down brothers Father Langer. You're right it's the rest of our dance crew. Who would have what happened to find the right place to stand my dancing monk? Brothers this is father laying telling you if you find the right place to stand even a dancing fool in trouble. Sabrin will pass you by. I'm fine too by the way Father Lang Your Majesty's ladies and gentlemen there will be a short break in our dancing performance. I'm telling you it makes perfect sense. It's all in the book it would help if either of US had this book. What's next Purple Cone Flower for? Its in the nine hundreds. No wait rants. It should be here between sunflower in. Ragweed never mind. I'll go get some from the garden. I know it's here somewhere. Thank you for your help. I can sweep the rooms to organize your office. No but I haven't made immense properly yet will call it even no no no. That's not how it works on. My honor is a good fairy solemnly. Your door sit him down. Here is the leader of the dancing monks. Miss Felix Yes what's happened? A boy has Over danced and spun himself around in skinned his knees. Oh dear one of yours. Hey Dak is you. You ran out during the performance is spun around on a pole. Lost control brought the tent down in skinned. His knees least he could've done is finished the job. Holly what can I do? I need fresh new warts Lots of it's coming up Miss Sale. Looks I would entrust young. Magnus Cheer Care. What four about bandage about his knees and he can be on his merry way tomorrow. he's Do you agree. He's not a very good dancer one and he's into skinned knees will prevent him from. We're learning and we're going to do a new knee dancing routine soon and we also have to get out of town early so l. The king didn't appreciate the IMPROMPTU RENOVATIONS DIDDY. He was tough but fair years. The knee ward. Oh spore young person skinned knees. I'm not a young person. I'm seventeen thank you. We gotTa Wash your knees with soap and water. It's actually GONNA mildly sting. Wait a second. This isn't what I learned from the Patriarchy that women and fairies were cleaning up into helping. I'm not comfortable with the. Hey that's not very nice. I'm here to help you. Magnus hold still. This is going to mildly sting as I wash your knees and then put core. Whatever that pariah hydrogen version of what some would call peroxide of hydrogen hydrogen peroxide? Oh man that does barely mildly sting in his a child. I would not be comfortable within. Well I know you don't trust our judgment. Magnus you just a big knows everything. Hooley juniper those are some skinned knees. You'll never dance again today or probably tomorrow. Oh Wow that does Sting but it feels good that That my knees are you know that. Could you put something on my knee? So that's like a band aid like puffy or something. Yeah we'll put some puffy bandages on your knees to worry. I it's it's Alba the head of the dance crew. I was just wondering if you've given any more thought to taking on Young Magnusson apprentice. Are you serious? Look at the damage he did in one night. I think of it this way. He's young. He's not that bright But he has great interest in Dark magic I understand. You have some experience in that as well. Who told you that Magnus needs a guiding hand like yours to sit on the right course. You want me to teach him dark magic. No I mean you you. You've made the journey to the darkest places the soul. And then you could come back to the lights You know it will wife's not all or nothing L. I know you know that I'm not interested of fixing kit. Upshur in his knees but his Karma. That's your problem Ms Sale. I hope you'll reconsider. Alba you're gonNA have to Like I don't know I'm tired of dealing with this kid. You'll have to finish up his knees great. Why don't you have threads strong brand? Bandaids stitch in time are far better. Natta and my knees. I only take those ones. I want the ones with the orange on the inside in possibly SORTA hero printed on the Front These are D- series bandaids they're double enchanted to prevent Anything and everything and make you feel good. They just happened to be hot pink. It's not my problem. I'm telling you read strong's away to go. I don't know what you know about putting bandages on niece but I know what I know about it. You want thread strong fine. But don't blame me when you hope boy he making me your knees. You'RE GONNA heal faster dance lot sooner if you trust me kid. No I prefer just you listen to me as I explained to. You know who's a physician here in? Who's the expert in physician? Ing Alba boy old still. Aren't you get this job anyway? A who makes you qualified to be the royal physician or you like a friends with two queen or something I'm her sister. Actually Oh Zan explains it once again. Wait a second. Your the Queen's sister Quick on the uptake. That's just what I just said. Chew Seconds Ago. Wait a second. It means you you try. You're going to marry the king. Isn't that what happened? Cerise sisters saved the king. The youngest actually cured him in married him. There's a lot of different stories out there. So does that mean you failed or the king preferred your sister to you. Oh Boy Oh boy oh boy what is that your putting on my knee now You should lay still and not talk. I'm describing your knee. Oh I guess I Since I guess I said something you couldn't handle Alba ooh yeah. Hey is that what Brother Lang mad about the dark places of the soul who said that Father Lang. He said that you know dark magic. He was just trying to trick me into taking you in. I bet you do. Show me a trick like Do some magic and something. No please give it up Lang. Tell your young monkey. I don't do dark magic Father Lang. He snuck out these monks. You're worse than the fairies. I now Alba yes magnus. Are you like a one of those What are they called like assists? Lawrence's or something you don't WanNa know how. Yeah I do know. You really don't commend. You could tell me everything I am. I'm like Dancing monk or I was almost a dancing Mike. Hey where're you going you've finished up? I still have one knee that needs a band aid on it. Good keep it up Ha Funny Alba here I am in Alba's Pantry just holly the fairy. Oh Hey Alba. Can I get you anything? No I'm fine. Sorry about docking outages to skinned knees. They just needed some tea and I just wanted to come down. I think it used the last year camomile but I can go get you some more Would you look in for found it? Thanks L. Let's not wild carrot. By the way it's a hemlock you know the the the famous kind of Hemlock That a Olas philosophers made famous. I think are some playwright made famous. I know what I'm doing Holly Elbow. What are you doing just taking care of my patients? You're not going to. I mean he's annoying and like S- Planer what he's just a kid he's not even a man splaine her yet. Easy kids splinter holly. I've got motive means and opportunity. The monks saw got. The monks are gone. They danced Outta town. Who CARES This kid got a nip displaying in the but if you know what I mean or in the Bud Alba I can't let you do this. Get OUT OF MY WAY. Fairy Alba. I saw it. You were Nice Or at least I thought you were a good witch. But you're yes I don't know Elba are you. Are you like a you like do not all or nothing you have morals and you decide on based on your moral compass in the moments. Yes yes I I have a belief system and sometimes they make good choices and sometimes make bad choices halley. I'm not perfect of just a human being. Well they the twinkly stars for that. Now get out of my way. I gotta go put a band aid and that other skinned knee. Elba and the hemlock over thank you L. A. as King Gold escort to order. Will the defendant. Please stand y'know ambush in my chair bank and I'm standing up rather magnusson has afford late of the dancing. Dr- date former dancing break-dancing monk this court finds you guilty of terrible dancing pole dancing on a royal poll holding up a royal tench causing a disturbance making a mess in the new curtains and skinning your knees royal property. I object your kingship. Don't get smart with me. I got there the third King of Flora. Do since you two five thousand hours of community service what did I say? Five thousand six thousand. What the Holy Scher balls to be served at the House of healing under the care of Miss Album sales royal physician. What's in the hopes that you'll be a good influence under character and keep you out of trouble guenter? What are you thinking? Court is dismissed. Elba on counting on. You got the weights. Hey their boss hello. Magnus HE READY TO RACK. Fine. Let's get back to the house of healing sweet. You could give me my first lesson in black magic right all right. Have you ever tried hem? Lack now is a good dude. Who Do can't sing just remembered. This is the ending credits of the show. Good night thank everybody. The refused to show recently on Apple. Podcasts cheery Julianne said very good APP. I guess worries out of you and that's why it's great I order twenty. Said I go. Why couldn't find a mystery? Bird Cassisa mystery male are- with lots Z's so helpful I heard about this podcast from Georgia and Karen. I'm so glad listen to recommendation. App has been incredible consistently hopefully falsely. 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"alba" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

15:42 min | 11 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"F- fairy really got under my skin but tapping this spoon against my colder and really relaxes me now. Where was two parts? Tincture of rose hips reports. Dragon scale oil reduce the heat and three cups of cow Parsnips Drat. Somebody's opening my door. It's you I'm sorry a wrong. You Miss Albacete Felix and now I must. What are you doing in my pantry? Msu three good deeds for you to set things right. Look at brought you new basket. How did you get in through the window? Gods yes sorry about that by the way today the latch a may not latch expert. I'm sorry about that too. And then there was the glass I saw swept up glass too but I can put like a board over something until we figure that. Do you know anybody. Do you know any wage. Is it a glacier? A glacier I come there and just not called Glazer's do you ever Juno. That is with a Z. I believe they spell it. You broke my window. Broke is such a strong a word I I. You reduce cleaned out the old glass to prepare for the new. I'm sorry I'll fix it. Okay so now you four good deeds plus a window but look. I've been sorting everything in your pantry and putting in an order. You'll be so happy so organized. Look over here you've been oh great. I far would have you done. Had everything in here organized by the CONDO. Massive the CONDO mesdames means. Something different in your world consists was a great big jumble. A big mass in the air. How could you find anything an even know how you knew where you? It was very vis was strongly in need of reorganization. There's a system. The candle message to me means things go where they go and then I know where to find them. I had a system that worked and I've got about two minutes to come up with a potion food king I need to find some cow parsnips of these aren't even in alphabetical order. No no alphabetical to make any sense for organizing herbs or tinctures or pungent onions or selves or potions tonic. Su Who. Why would you put those in alphabetical order? I mean if you're looking for cow PARSNIPS. It's undersea for we. Would it be under C- for cow or P for parsnips or h? For Harry Liam. Does you so confusing this condo? Masjid you tell me look. I've organized them all by their glade. Miles herbal catalog number so much easier. Godsell may or you're going to run through all of this right now. I'm in the middle of making something for the king. There's the eight hundred's which is everything was a hollow stem. Here's your hemlock your fennel your parsley and look cow parsnips. Do you want to Greens or the flowers? And you could also see before before we get carried away all but there's giant hog weed over here which be careful we know. Keep it at its distance. You know Spotted cows Bain. Water drop ward may favorite is donkey rhubarb. It makes Alba if you ever need to laugh you say donkey rhubarb. It is my favorite rhubarb cheerful. Several always have trouble saying that as Chevrolet. Cheerful Chev- cheer It's funny that I could say other things but then I have trouble saying cheerful several Alba a dog salary you do. Have you ever known a dog named salary would you? Do you think you would call dog name? Would you call dog celery or would you give? Dogs can eat celery. You seem speechless. Alba dinners fennel. Carrots used to have a dog that ate fennel care at all the time. Well it wasn't actually. It was a dog that I would fly round. It would chase me. We had so much fun. I wish that dog was named celery. Then there's big bad bamboo Really the softest bamboo. I don't know who named it. It's the solve all bamboos. It's the softest because it's the best man boo night for the frame at the bed in that for your bed itself. If you're ever looking I mean this is just an jar here l. but this is not a first sleeping but if you're going to build a bit of bamboo your middle layer could be big bay embed bamboo there's Gordian Knot. We'd still are still don't understand anything about it. I always they always there's entire classes on the Gordian Knot. He'd none of it. It's beyond me. I think that's what a I saw would take those rainbow mushrooms when time and understand the whole purpose of Gordian net. We'd you cheer in the eighteen hundreds if you need it creeping coriander It it actually grows horizontally. She'll remember it creeps grouping Coriander creepshow horizontally the Bulbous goat millet. Don't get domestic mixed up with a gold mullet Alba. That's an. You're not laughing at anything. I say I mean. Look at how organized this is. This one is Diablo. May Caraway Grade inbred little bit spicy. That's why Diablo may care. Way Kiwi King Kiwi we can key Kiwi Kinky noice Edison. That's another hard one to sale. But would you like to say? Qe QE NOI. No I would not Kiwi kinky weaken can wa. I don't know why. That's so hard to say. Kiwi Qinhua Kiwi King Wa. I don't know maybe it was only hard that one time elbow. What do you think I sink to get back to work in? There's Benjamin Buckwheat who Who I I I would imagine was like the kid that always copied off your have. You was that your first love. Benjamin Buckwheat Alba is Benjamin Buckwheat to one remember the tail. I used to fly by one of the human schools Where they would teach you in. I know in the kids were just small. Reno still bigger than than me but very small For All of you. They told the town. Benjamin Bach. We'd he was it was he was a boy who became a grain of wheat. Is that went from ready to harvest wheat to in reverse shrink back down Into little baby you know. Whatever does how they talk like that was in the basic Planting classes or whatever you call it arrogance Gar Arrigo Gar Galluci where they would teach you. Are you about finished Wish you're you're talking will not quite selling you. The story about the is. Do you remember learning about Benjamin? Buckwheat is actually a thing right here. I had organized for you. Now Benjamin Buckwheat Ray here in eight Hundred Ju. Remember was eight hundred. Czar Alba I'm about to hollow something out To hollow out a holly if you know what I mean all Alba. You're so silly. And so is so is so happy to we. We finally got to know one another that we ran into one another now. You know all your eight hundreds and I get to help. You is really turning out to be a wonderful day. Isn't it It's not it's it's it's it would now use the word wonderful. For how the stays churning out Halley. Now Okay so anyway back to a we're talking about so dirt the eighteen hundreds in the glade miles Herbal Catalog number system a half your everything. Set up here for you. Just give me the cow personnel. The police there you go. You're welcome in. Please put my shelves back the way they were. But I have to do a good deed so that we can use your good deed but everything back the way it was and get out of my pantry. She so K. Okay Holy Moly. If there's one thing I don't need it's more help in police. It close over my Gash doors opening. Elba for heaven's sake. It's your King. Got a half hour before. I have to be back for that. Dancing monks show so get to work there. You are Gunther. I was just Finishing up the mixture here drinks this and gunter teak. You're a towel Lov So we could see your your head yarn. This is This is delicious Thank Evans how long is it? GonNa take for this yarn to get off my head. It should be instantaneous. We'll they're still feeling the yarn. Is there a particular instance you had in mind because go to watch day break dancing with ahead of yarn in front of all my people you know they won't be seeing your grace they'll be saying wouldn't heck's wrong with your grace's head Just give it a minute Not Feeling Anything Elba. Hey Elbow which do with your pumpkin extract. Oh Hey you can look the king except you have ahead of yarn. A little bit wakes ahead a raggedy Ann Green Gables. I am the king. Well I the arm. It looks great on you. You Make Yarn. The yarn makes you you make the yard. My is the king. I'm speechless in Alba. The yarn is still ahead. Sure what to fork their night shifting by I told you Albert Silver. Why don't have any not to worry? Brought some from the meadow. Your go you shop at each at each shop. Clink CLINK CLINK RIGHT EAR. Nicole dren and more mortal mortal ing an impasse stealing right all right by my side and then you grind up you. Squeeze out the juice into one cup pear. Cider vinegar. Who is this person? Alba's your king. I demand an answer. Her name's Howley she's She's helping out you trust her. She's an expert herbalist a so. She claims sizzle sizzle sizzle fizzle Fizeau fizzle. And it would just a little more bubble bubble bobble. No toil no trouble dash and not make in H- you we go This one isn't actually that bad. Oh boy I feel to yarn already falling off. My head is silent sound of yarn falling of someone's head silently to the floor but it has the yarn soundly falls. It turns to feathers here. Shake your head off by King. It'll make it faster. No no no shake your head your urine starting to feather circuiting all over my place. Take your yarn in your head in the feathers outside. Uc Alba it so oil in the Silver Barak. It helps The yarn turn into feathers. Say and then they pop out and they float away right off the Kings beautiful head Dear me I've never been so glad to be bald by abide by yarn yarn. Cecile later great. May entire place is covered in feathers That's the last of the yarn. Thank Heavens I gotta get back to the Palace thanks. You thank you Holly was. It's anytime Your Majesty Elba. I do hope you're keeping her UN. No I'm holding out for someone even more annoying You Your Majesty. Close the door on the way. Where did I tell you it was a choke cherry? It was just a delayed reaction. Was that a good deed or what? Holy Holly I just do. I just put the fair. I just put it. I just did. I did one good deed for you Alba. In now I have about thirty five pounds of feathers all over my office. All right I could help with that. You know here's the thing. Dc's so these are are these if we made pillows from these feathers would they be royal? Pillows did these offenders to her. They regal could. Could we sell them or something or do do you think they have a right to the throne because they remember those tales about the Alba? You're just staring at me blankly. It looks like they're steam coming off the top of your head. I was GONNA ask you. Do you remember that Miss? They taught to humans about one was. I don't remember it was like one of your one of your demi gods or goddesses and then everybody jumped out of the God or goddess his belly and so they were gods goddesses rights or these feathers to future Queens kings. I don't care cleanup defenders in. Get them out of here. Hello Oh feather Pugh L. O. Feathers EMIKO YOU BA. I don't know how take each one of you will make you into pillows in alcohol. I don't know are fancy. Royal feathers so boy. I am excited to make pillow. Cer- mov you in. I'M GONNA put a pillow right on album SOFA With all of you you'll be so excited to spend more time with her. Holly get the basket in clean up the feathers right away. Ma'am you'll Royle Majesty's ladies and Gentlemen move.

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"alba" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"alba" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"Boys and girls and friends be end by an airy. It's time for the podcast or who Forgot what I was. GonNa say but now I know this is set for the podcast to help you feel less alone in the deep. Dirk night to take your mind off of stuff to to be very silly in a second and to go off-topic it's time for sleep with the podcast. Boot shoe to sleep. And this is a special Crossover episode with my friends over at Alba Salix royal physician. So if you want to hear. The original version is podcast. The link to it is going to be in the show notes or you could search. Al Be a SA L. I. X. Albacete say looks in your podcast APP choice in. Here's a couple of ways really keeps us back guests free for everybody. Thanks He scoots in. You know I've been trying to figure out how to talk about this. I mean you know y y everything that's going on right now in everybody's at a different part of your journey. I want to let you know that I have a current plan and I'm staying fluid here but the gas is going to be continuing to come out on Sundays and Wednesdays as usual in those you listen on the Patriot fee. All those releases. They're going to be coming out as usual so the pie is going to be here for you if you need it during the day for a break. It's going to be here for you in. This is a challenging time for everyone. And so if you're in a position to do so and your regular listener I if you could think about supporting the podcast and a one..

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Bad A** Women with Strong Emotions

The Fandom Podcast

06:35 min | 1 year ago

Bad A** Women with Strong Emotions

"I feel like beyond say specifically I think I would say it was a pretty casual fan until her specifically her album lemonade. I think she had a self titled Album. Right before that came out before lemonade That was also her first visual album. Which means that she released like a music video for every single Track on that album and I remember watching that and I think I I think I was in college like my first or second year college at that point and I watched it and I remember thinking like oh. This is really cool. I love this concept of having like a visual album and I liked quite a bit of Songs on that album. Listen to them a lot. And that was kind of my first introduction. I think when I truly what do they call? It became a beyond say Stan was when lemonade came out And this was also a visual visual album. And she came out with like an entire movie basically That had a music video for every single and they were all cut together and it is to this day. One of the most beautiful things I've ever seen and it has some of the most raw and emotional like the whole album is this journey about her Suspecting that her husband which is famously Jay Z. In the beginning of the end the first few songs are like she thinks he might be cheating on her and she's like questioning that and then it's like goes to the entire process of her finding out that he's cheating her being so like angry and like deeply her emotional on the net has songs about them like working through that and her trying to still be with him and make their marriage work moved to the healing process and truly. I remember listening to him. Being like this is the most powerful and like raw and emotional album. I have ever heard and I think that's really what made me fall in love with beyond say and I still to this day and super obsessed with lemonade and I would encourage anyone to listen to it. definitely with all that stuff in mind that I just said and watch the movie limited because it's beautiful and I love it so much. Npr named lemonade the sixth best album ever main. Bhai a woman I truly like. I can't even express their time. I will and I've Nev- one. Never let's here's some self disclosure guys never been in. Love never been cheated on and I truly have like never felt like so many feelings listening to an album and just like the pain in her voice and then like the anger and I just feel like she goes through so many emotions in that album and I think like as a woman. This might get a little bit like too much for you guys but I feel like we're Allowed to like feel certain feelings and be open about them and in this album shoes just so raw of being like no I can be so angry and so upset or I can be like so sad or like. I don't know unjust also moving through this whole forgiveness in this idea of like. How do we work through relationships and move and just the idea of her being so willing to be open about all that is incredibly like powerful to me so I think vulnerability is any storytelling? It doesn't matter what story you're telling when somebody opens up and becomes vulnerable to you. It creates this connection between the person presenting the story and the person who's receiving the source the story and I don't know what it is about human nature but that's just how we've always told store or how we've always connected through stories and the most powerful stories are when we're vulnerable I Yeah I think that's amazing that she's able to convey all of those emotions in and I mean let's just be real it. Also slaps is that what the kids are saying now? Yeah that's what the user saying but yeah it's also like a great just fun album. Emotional Alba I still like gets me go. And there's like certain lines where all like I listened to it recently where I'm just like. Sonic is like so good like that is something. I've literally said out loud in my car to myself after like a song plays and I'm just like that's really good stuff and it's still just blows my mind to this day. Don't even come out. Probably like what three or F- maybe in four years ago. Now it's Benham at one eight sixteen so that's our came out and so specifically I mean I definitely think like I said her self titled One beyond say which was also a visual album is really good and has some pretty like raw motion all songs that I still like super love to but I think ultimately lemonade is what like really sold it for me and yeah so go watch it. I have a copy of it. You can come here and watch it. This is an invitation to anyone. Anyone I can convert to the beyond say phantom so does beyond beyond say phantom have a name. Yeah they're the bay hive the Beehive Beehive. She should do like a bunch of shows in Utah. Which you know is the beehive state. Yeah right makes sense. Yeah I read a tweet the other day. That was like if you're having a hard day. Just remember that somewhere someplace. Beyonce's probably making new music and she could release at any moment and we don't even know it and that truly gave me great comfort because her last. I think both lemonade album before that she released with like no Promo and no like advertising or lead up. She disliked dropped them and it was like. Here's a brand new album. And then everyone was like okay. This is the ball you know when you are beyond say you can do that. Yeah it's great so I want to say every day. I don't know if she's still does or if she sold it off but she used to be the CO owner of title which was a music streaming service. Yeah and So I mean when you own a music streaming service you could just be like my music there. Go SIGN UP AND LISTEN TO IT. I think also when you have like beyond say is huge like when you have that type of. I don't know career like yeah you can't you don't need promotion beyond say like listen. You don't need to have weeks of advertisements leading up or a

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Wacky Khakis: Mass Movements

Pants On Fire

08:39 min | 1 year ago

Wacky Khakis: Mass Movements

"Would you please explain to the listeners? How're game works? Only if you give me an award for it I absolutely will each week. Wacky Khakis Debra and I both tell one crazy story about the world. But here's the thing the thing I'll tell you thank you. One of those stories is true and the other one is a bunch of lives and it's the job of two human children to figure out which one is which and with us to referee. Khakis is our Academy Award nominated producer for best editing of a kids game. Show podcast. No Eleven Cen Lisa. I didn't know that was your last night that I was nominated for awards congrats dude. I nominated you really. That means the world to me that I win. Well you could win for a price so let me get this straight. You're asking me to bribe you for favourable consideration for an award that you made up. That's right we'll think about it. Let's talk after the show. I'm GonNa be rich so now. What are we lying about on Wacky Khakis this week? Our theme this week is mass movements stories of a bunch of people. Doing the same thing at the same time. Lisa would you please introduce this week's contestants? Today's human child contestants archery episode and her brother Brandon from being her brother. Hey She Lebron guys welcome. We're so glad you're both here. Yeah good you guys are on the same team today and Wacky Khakis. Do you guys have good teamwork together as brother and sister now I guess. Oh No really why. Why don't you guys make a good team? We fight a lot. What do you? What do you typically fight over? Everything Sheila's at correct and mostly. Oh well so you're not fighting over the fact that you fight. Yeah you agree on that. Yeah well okay. As you heard our topic today is mass movements so Have either of you guys have participated in a mass movement of any kind now? Did either of you get on an iceberg with a penguin and then become best friends who did and travel around the world? Now that would that would qualify as a mass movement. When qualified I had it was on a question. I was wondering. Okay well look. It's time to play Wacky Khakis. If you've been with us before you'll know Deborah and Lisa will each have a minute and changed. Tell their stories. Okay Deborah Lisa. I'm thinking of a number. Whoever guesses closest gets to go first nine at least do you mean pie. The number or Pie Dessert Wahdan Ball. I see a. Can you please stop eating more monitoring your report okay? Well these I. I'm just going to give it to you because I was thinking of the number four and Pie. The number is closer to four. Then the nine. Alba our calling up okay. These are that means. You're going to go first so you know. Just swallow it ready all right. Listen very carefully Shayla and Brandon Lisa. Your timer will begin now the Charleston running man and most recently the stands were all dance. Fevers that took the world by storm. The robot was one too. I mean just. We don't move like that at all but anyway you get the idea dance fever but did you know that there's an actual dance fever that got people sick from between the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries. It's called dancing. Mania and there are several reported cases of it throughout history. What happens is that one person starts dancing somewhere out in public no music and then one by one other people start joining them in the street. You get kind of called the original flash mob accept. These dances were completely unreversed and they went on for days weeks and even months at a time by all accounts the dancers appeared totally powerless to stop many literally danced until they dropped. Ed One famous case a woman in Strasbourg. France began dancing in the street for hours on end and within a week thirty people had joined her. The one month later there were over two hundred people dancing nonstop in the city centre town officials try different strategies to cure the dancing mania and even brought in musicians and professional dancers to perform alongside the mob. Hoping that they simply needed to dance it out not so in fact. The music only made more people join in. Historians have long struggled to explain the cause of dancing mania. Some theories include religious fervor poisoning Tarantula stress and a curse sent down from Saint Vitus. The patron saint of Dancers. None have been proven definitively. None Time Nice work. Lisa thank you thank you brandon. What did you think of? That story LIES HUNG IN CHURCHES BELIEVABLE. But it may be believable because some things that are crazy are trail interesting to let. I am telling the truth than I am trustworthy. Well before we go accusing Deborah of being a liar. Let's at least hear her story. I yeah my true story. Shayla Brandon listen up carefully. Deborah your timer will begin. Halloween is many people's favourite holiday. And for good reason. Free Candy silly costumes and let's face it. You don't really do anything in school that day. Some of US wish every day could be Halloween well in Carthage Missouri in Nineteen Ninety. Four One. Ten year old kid. Try to make it so that year for Halloween for niece lyles dressed as traffic on Aka the Yellow Ranger from the TV. Show mighty morphin power rangers who in November? I rolled around and Oliver classmates returned to school in their regular clothes. Bernice came still dressed as a power ranger when her teachers told her to change. She pointed to a clause in the school handbook. That said that students could wear whatever they liked as long as it didn't display bad words or anti-establishment propaganda on her walk home from school. She figured people would still have some leftover treats so Bernice wet trick or treating for a second time. I got more candy in one hour. Then she'd gotten the entire night before inspired by for example. Five classmates wore their Halloween costumes to school the next day and much to the dismay of school administrators twenty-seven more kids did so the next week as Bernice campaign dubbed the Halloween Forever Movement gained national attention for TV news program. Sixty minutes came to carthage to interview. The kids refused to take off their costumes. What Costume Bernice shot back at the interviewer? I really am a power ranger. You're the one who's in a costume boring reporter guide here. Having Pizza Candy in early December Carthage Middle School changed. Its official rules to ban costumes except on October. Thirty FIRST AT EACH YEAR. Bernice now has a plaque dedicated to her in the National Halloween Museum in Washington. Dc hand time. Good Work Deborah. Yes thank you Brandon Shale. What did you think of that story? Would you want to join the Halloween forever movement? Probably NOT YEAH. Because some like costumes can be uncuffed knowing I Dressed as link from Russell wild cool and the pants were so short. Cut off the circulation of my feet out. So you don't think you'd WanNa wear that to school for a whole month. No okay. It is decision time now. Our contestants must decide who story has mass appeal. Do you believe in Lisa's tale of dancing mania. The Mijo mysterious disease that causes hundreds of people dance uncontrollably for weeks on end or Deborah's tale of the Halloween forever movement. I do and the kid who convinced her whole middle school to wear their costumes for a

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Listener Questions: Marketing That's Working Today

Startups For the Rest of Us

10:12 min | 1 year ago

Listener Questions: Marketing That's Working Today

"Dive in to listener. Questions Ruben. Thanks so much for coming back on the show man. Thanks for the invite. Yeah it's GonNa be fun. I think you have some good insight on a lot of these questions today. Our first question is from will and it's actually a question that I don't think you and I have a lot of insight into so I've called in a remote correspondent to help us out with that. The question is are there any good places that you know of to pick up more stuff on affiliate marketing? One thing that came out of this past year is that I can write a lot faster and more effectively than I thought. I'm not convinced that writing code is even my strong suit even though lots of people tell me as I'd like to explore options in this area a bit more but I'd like to borrow your behest filter for a minute trouble with people. Teaching affiliate marketing is that they're also affiliate marketers and a signal to noise ratio is brutal thanks. Well that's been my experiences. Well I ruin before we recorded. You mentioned that you haven't been in the affiliate marketing area for a while. You'd never like that comment that most of the people selling courses our affiliate marketers as well. So it's really hard to know what's legit exactly you're dead on will and so what I did is I tapped a friend and mentor. Microsoft Speaker Taylor Hendrickson who does exist in that space a lot of the stuff and affiliate space. And let's throw that over to Taylor. Hey thanks for the question will give him my name's Taylor and I've been doing affiliate marketing in one form or another since before the panda update in Google which view non nerds out there almost ten years. Now you're completely right that most people out there who are quote teaching affiliate marketing actually aren't good at themselves or just regurgitating the same information. They senior of posted a billions of times. That doesn't actually help anything or anybody. So for that reason. I actually really don't have any good courses or resources to point to affiliate marketing. Who aren't just hawking the same stuff everybody else's but one of us did provide a little bit more perspective or way of thinking about affiliate marketing. I think will help guide you in the right direction and looking for the main core of affiliate marketing the same main core is normal business. You get into it solving the defined set of problems for defined audience. So when you look at WHO's doing that well filial marketing look at places like wire cutter. All they're doing is recommending the best version of whatever. The problem people were coming to the website for in exchange for the commission. They know that the only reason they have an audience were bought for untold. Millions OF DOLLARS BY THE NEW YORK. Times is because they provide amazing value to the people coming. They're looking for solutions to their specific problems. So I'd recommend the same thing for anybody looking to get into marketing. How can you provide value to very specific audience with very specific problems by recommending things that you would actually recommend to a friend or a loved one not just as a highest philly commission or just random things? You're trying to make a quick buck. People see through that really quick and if anybody is promising those one click riches or anything. That seems a little bit too good to be true or actually doesn't stand the test of this last another years completely run the other direction because they are probably a charlatan. So I know this doesn't quite answer the question you were asking but hopefully give some perspective as to how to think about this industry better now back to you rob. Thank you so much Taylor. Being are onsite correspondent for the affiliate marketing question. Our next question is a voicemail around new modes and methods of marketing. Hey Rob wave to Mike. Muslims donal longtime listener You both kept me going through tough times so really appreciate that. I'm a recent return to my home country of Ireland but a tech networks and security for a long time Bacchus I built my first self-funded. Saas up twenty eighteen. It did live technical screening of engineering skills and engineering skills but to get traction for a ton of reasons. somewhat intentionally did things backwards like built at first as I was new Tyrrell's and web APPs so I was learning as I went a failed at marketing failed to get paying customers Alba. I did demo for some large and small works on experimented with a whole host of cold and warm methods to get leads so after nearly given up I ended up pivoting PUN SIFT DOT com a few months ago to Saskatoon back in the deception text base. So it now automatically. Honey Tokens Your deploy branches effectively. It's kind of like a breach detection. Up for Saas and infrastructure. Codes did enables attacker detection in Minnesota the months but there's some customer education required for both security teams or engineering teams. And I'm trying to figure out positioning and pricing but my traffic is currently almost nonexistent so as I restart marketing efforts. I'm struck by the recent five. I'm hearing on the podcast and elsewhere that an email list an existing audience doesn't really cut it for Saas any longer so apart from one to one hundred. Combat Customer by customer are there any other new or nontraditional avenues? I should or could be exploring for marketing. Rather than content marketing. Seo PPC and giving talks doing. Podcasts ARE GONNA conferences any help or guidance. Much appreciated love what. You're both doing thank you so thanks so much for the question. I think I want to chime in real quick before I throw it over to you. I've heard a couple people quote back to me. That like on the podcast. I've said that having an existing audience doesn't help and I really want to clarify that. Because if you have an existing audience that is BTC. I'm sorry is a beat. A be focused audience and they could potentially be customer of yourself. I think there's huge value in that. Especially if you have ten thousand or thirty thousand on an email list when I talk about this audience thing not being the end all be all of SAS is that I've seen the kind of beat AC- marketers have a large audience of kind of WanNa preneurs or folks who were looking for that that opportunity to make a million to make money online crowd and then they try to launch US asset for them and they realized that none of them want to pay and the truth is through the roof. And there's a bunch of mess with it and and that is really hard. It's a lot harder than selling info products. That's more of what I'm saying. You are trying to say like if you have info product audience and you're making hundreds of thousands a year and you think that you can switch to SAS and make hundreds of thousands of year. I've never seen anyone do that. Well right so do you. Does that make sense? And do you agree or disagree with that? Yeah I completely agree that sort of the Internet marketing space where basically most. It's usually INFO`products where happens lot selling in that way Selling to people who are trying to buy Education courses and other products is different than selling a sas so yet. I've never seen it. I've known several people have tried to do it. That had big audiences that were successful with info products. Really usually struggle when it comes to selling this just because it's different. Yeah I agree. I think the one example that I can think of that worked with Klay Collins with Lepage's but it was man. It was all annual plans. It was pretty high pressure sales. If you went to their webinars it was really marketed. In a very specific way and frankly they struggle with that longer term they got big quickly but then that had its own drag on the business there couple there couple that have done it the It's not everyone but most people are not going to be able to do it. I'm the other one that I can think of is click funnels. What's his name Brunson something Russell Brunson. Yes so to donate question. What do you think about? And he mentioned a bunch of stuff Hussein content marketing. Seo Pay per click. One on one. I think he was meaning cold emails. Speaking at conferences. Going on podcast right and in my like all that stuff still works right right right it does. Some of it is harder than it used to be like paid. Ads are generally more expensive across the board content marketing back in the day. You do a volley Volume thing just published two three four five posts a week and the more republished more Traffic you got so in some ways it used to be easier but things have changed in its I'm not sure that I'd say that it's a lot harder. It's a little bit harder but it's it's also different so it's about like just getting educated on what's working nowadays I think it's part of it but I think one of the things that you mentioned was that he was trying to figure out positioning pricing. And things like that and I don't know about you but when I hear something like that I'd be kind of hesitant to start looking at channels. That are that are a lot of people aren't using there aren't proven because in my mind I would need to figure out that I can sell this product who the customer is had as a customer by that. This is going to work. That is fun that I have a funnel that kind of works before I kinda start exploring other channels and channels that that are little unusual or something like that right. Where do you think about that? Yeah I think you're right. It sounds like he's in customer Developmental Mostel. Maybe his product is is to the point. People can use it but if you don't positioning pricing down than yeah I wouldn't. I would really wouldn't start marketing yet. I would be doing a lot of sales. Yes so a lot of people equate the two is the but the different like I see. Sales is really a one on one. Act even if you draw in all the leads through marketing techniques than the sales becomes conversations. And that's where yeah in his case I'd be looking to have a lot of conversations and try to pick out their language to to figure out positioning you learn so much from those conversations that later help you do marketing In a better way otherwise. You're just sort of guessing you know. I'm I don't know this category. So maybe if this category has a lot of competitors and they're doing really well and it's pretty established the you know that this type of product works. That's a I think that's a different situation where you can have more A little bit more confidence but it still pays to sort of do that upfront work. I think

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ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi dies in US raid.

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Alibaba founder Jack Ma steps down from chairman role

Daily Tech News Show

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Alibaba founder Jack Ma steps down from chairman role

"All right. Let's talk a little bit more about some other Tech News Alibaba Chairman Jack Moss stepping down as chairman of the company. He founded back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. This is big especially in the Chinese tech circles Jack Jack. Ma bought his first computer when he was thirty three years old. Alibaba was his third attempt at a startup. He's only fifty five and is expected to focus now on philanthropy and education. Hey Shen but who knows what the guy's GonNa do. Alibaba has a market cap of four hundred sixty billion dollars. US and is considered the world's most valuable retail brand outside the United States Daniels Yang Yang will become the new chairman of Alibaba. He has been CEO since two thousand fifteen so he's adding chairman to that. CEO Credit Jiang is credited with popularizing Alibaba's Alba's singles day online shopping festival which is the biggest retail shopping day in the world. Jiang is encouraging some in house experiments that compete with Alibaba's current retail offerings offerings telling Bloomberg in an interview about the transition. If we don't kill our existing businesses someone else will so I'd rather see our new businesses kill our existing businesses and that's something other businesses could to confer take inspiration from competing for yourself. It's an Omaha time on principle yeah it. I mean there are so many ways you could interpret that stepping down from DOC MA I don't know much about the Chinese ecosystem or markets or environment but he's quite young. It seems for retiring I guess there are two ways you can see it either. He's a very wealthy man and he wants to do other things which makes complete sense ore or there are other reasons that are pushing him to be tired and no matter what you say you gotta you. GotTa say that he's pretty impressive impressive performance right to go from thirty three years old for buying his first computer. Actually started yeah retiring at fifty five from this foreign sixty fifty billion dollar company. That's impressive. The sense I get is that he didn't want to continue to run this company forever. He's not an executive. He's not he's not not a financial person. He's not an engineer. He is neither Bill Gates nor Steve Bomber in this situation and so I think I you know he has apparently been saying since shortly after they founded the company at some point. I'm going to have to hand this all over and of course it was big when he handed it over to CEO The CEO role Zhang and so this doesn't surprise as me but I I think everybody is is wondering like okay but what what are you really doing next. It's not just going to be philanthropy right. Come on used to be a teacher so maybe it will be education. I don't know ooh and also the fact that it's China even if it's not warranted kind of ads and air oh but what is what is really happening beyond yeah. I know there is that that that does stick to it. I feel like with Jack Ma. It's it's probably less less of an issue than than say with the wall way or something like that but who knows who knows you never know for sure

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Throwing Business Events to Gain New Clients

Journey to $100 Million

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Throwing Business Events to Gain New Clients

"My business. This is back back. When it was just me I was a software developer and I had a couple of employees but we used to make a killing it was great. I mean we do good now. Alba we have more employees who have more obligations and I've said on a previous episode. I believe that the profit kind of goes down a little bit as you're in what what we call the valley of death and you're going towards the next big goal which for us is ten million dollars but back then I wasn't even million dollars yet and I had a whole bunch of extra cash cash and I wanted to use that to grow the company and so I would have basically parties but they were business parties so I was working with a local event coordinator planner and she took a really get approach to these kinds of events which is like you can spend money to throw we'll be party if you want but what you really want some business results from that party and says she took various strategic approach to planning it planning who is going to to be there and then also following up. I also spoke with another a friend of mine other business owner and I said Hey I'm GonNa do this party. I WANNA throw. Oh this this party. My office would basically happy hour and you said good idea eric and he's a financial adviser and he said if our you you know what's healthy to meal out when I've done this in the past is tell each person that I invite to invite one other person who they think maybe I could do work with just ask him and a so yeah but that's GonNa could potentially double the number of attendees and he's like it doesn't matter it's not that expensive to have one person there and if they're a referral then they are a very warm lead from someone that you trust when you told them bring someone that you think would be a good fit for me not just anybody but someone that you think could it'd be a good fit so if you're inviting people that are your current clients or current prospects and you basically trust them. They'll probably bring someone that is equivalent to them which would be an ideal client or ideal kind of a prospect and so. I did exactly that I took both pieces of advice. I figured out who the list was going to be that I wanted to invite and when I invited them I said hey by the way bring someone that you think would make for really good client for me and what happened was not. Everyone took me up on that offer. Maybe twenty five percent of the people that anybody invited someone else to come along with them but one of the guys that showed up actually had a need and he reached out like we talked at the event and we got contact information and then we spoke the next day and that led to another couple of meetings news and before I knew it I had a twenty thousand dollar software project on my hands that I would not have gotten otherwise if I had not thrown the business event if I had not been strategic about who I invited and if I had not strategically ask each person to bring one other person. That could be a good fit for me. I don't really remember how much spent on that event but it was just finger food and beer and wine. It probably only cost me five hundred talks in total like these are not expensive events and I landed a twenty thousand dollar project because of that that's amazing. We really need to restart restart that and reach into that whole kind of concept here ray digital. We've gotten out of the habit of that but in retrospect especially now that I've recounted the story for for this episode. I think we're going to do that because it's a really low investment. It gets people out to your office and you can have a very high char. Investment consider doing yourself. Thank you for listening. You're in need of Seo

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A Historic Glance at Business Modeling

Digital Business Models

03:11 min | 1 year ago

A Historic Glance at Business Modeling

"Let's have a bit of a story standing about visas. Modern edges want to give you a <unk> overview. I'm not gonna go through the key dates because is a waste. Are we gonna need the probably few hours session for that but the radio to give you a respectable <hes> how the concept of business modeling actually in developed over the years in how he and i think it's very important so that you can understand also the misconceptions around me then you can actually appreciate this this concept even more so this is another episode of the business of the digital business mandis podcasts offer by the floor week m._b._a. Tweet grandma. If we look at the concept of this model actually it wasn't the actually <hes> something that was born. <hes> during the digital earlier i mean was something that was born really throughout the fifties and sixties but as it seems probably the time it was not that really a complete understanding or understanding as we have today or business models but you know there was a date when it actually formed i think is very important to understand because most most of us in mecum price when i started to look into dumping believed that this concept was actually probably born with web of course the web were <unk> delighted about the really the years if we are to today to throughout the fifties and sixties steps when the concept i started the to appear than just give you a beat the historic standing out the seventies and the eighties more precisely in nineteen seventy nine there was an article ah by professor michael porter harvard business school which actually was entitled how competitive forces sheep strategy and it was really intent. Were really the years in which <hes> was born as the framework around the visas strategy and understanding <unk> competitive advantage awebber however <hes> took out the word up he said the concept of business strategy and competitive advantage reading moved along the concept of controlling the supply chain or like controlling owning the assets that would enable you to actually have a control of the supply chain but over the years i really am the whole concept of business strategy especially as we move toward two thousand actually exchanged any was a fleet upside down as we would see she from companies like comments in google and from platform at business modest but it is another day the when we move forward in this time line he's probably the years when we go from ninety six to two thousand four which we can lead to the the really the rise employed alba alba the dot dot com companies so relieved was the boom bust of the dot and if you're not aware of speed the video in which accompanies started to to try to prove the viability of the internet and really <hes> they were not much business tools available at the time if not really

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"alba" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"alba" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Jessica Alba revealed that she stopped eating. So she wasn't preyed upon by men in Hollywood. She talked about this, at the goop health summit, I was meant to feel ashamed. If I tempted men than I stopped eating a lot when I became an actress, I made myself look more like a boy. So I wouldn't get as much attention was preyed upon. And then she says, nothing about being successful in this business easy. But you can't be better so overall, she basically starved herself. So she wouldn't be she was told she was voluptuous, and that she had a booty, and she couldn't wear certain genes because she was tempting the producers and the men. Oh my gosh is just such a toxic environment. Just almost. Wow. And opposite of what you hear generally, you know that. It's the opposite. You know of these eat more to feel better or sure could become unattractive, or you know that way. Applaud her honesty. Man. Absolutely. Yes. Okay. Dan? Ackroyd. I love this. He believes that there are aliens among us, and they want our women who radio show. Exactly. He says that they want are women. They would love to draw blood and fluid and would love to impregnate a woman and produce a hybrid, baby. That's what they're up to here. No, because I'm talking to one right now. Heartbreaking human baby. Here's more because I just Honey. I love these statements. He says the aliens are interested in your ova, your femininity, your reproductive parts DNA. They've loved to draw blood and fluid. Whoa. On your net. Oh my God. I said, ova? Got to get through the vulva to get to the oval unless drive. It's a hybrid car. Yes. Oh boy. Oh, no, Alexis. You have this story. We haven't gotten to it, though. But let's talk about this Melby rehearsals for the Spice Girls on Friday because she went temporarily blind. Tell people why. Oh, yes source closer says it's. I- herbie's. And hope was a slayer. Right. That's what friends are for. And I guess the doctor gave her some eyedrops and she's good. Now she's back to rehearsals for the Spice Girls reunion tour. But I guess she has that and did flared up. No, no nothing about. No, I heard. Yeah, I don't know anything about it. I don't know if it's the same as other Irby's like. In the break. Don't worry boy, you're a Herbie expert can you give us a call? Thank you. Very painful. And she also on her left eye. She got Lisa. Eye surgery, back in the nineties, and it went wrong permanently, damaged her left eye, and then now she's not. I heard he's in the right. I she is. Oh boy. Well, that's the latest..

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"alba" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"alba" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

"Their goal is to spread Alba to women around the world from NYC to me, Mon welcome ladies to the fifth, fierce and fabulous show. Thank you. Thank you for high. Ni. Course, you guys what a story. I mean, I was like reading it. I read it before. Obviously, you know, I do a little bit of prop work, but it's incredible to hear how things just kind of collided and brought YouTube together with the same type of in. And I think it's so cool when two people come together they have different walks of life different experiences. But somehow come together in this passionate way to create something. For others. So I would love to know how you guys came together. Like by chance Brielle of you could share with us how you met Rachel how you guys connected, and how you knew that you guys would create this company together. Now, even thank you for the introduction to both of Afrin, even just like smile when I hear Rachel's introduction occurred it like a million times, and I've written about it. But it's like sheet really is so cool. And so like, you said and so passionate, and that's really what did bring us together. Because I bumped into reso- literally either just like we were visiting a preschool for his and her daughter was already signed up for the preschool. And I was checking it out. And I wasn't as interested in the preschool once I saw Rachel outfit 'cause I was like Chad attract suit, and it's sparkly. And I really like it because I ready at that point was very fitness in fashion, but really only using my attachment to fitness, I was teaching fitness New York..

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"alba" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"alba" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"I like to tell people I all I have to survival as an acronym. So I the first three are big so size at the situation. Undue haste makes waste remember where you are Bank restraint panic improvise value living act, like the natives learn the basic skills. All right. So that the first two, you know, size at the situation and east makes waste, you know, really think about what you're doing before you because you don't wanna get yourself into into a worse situation that you're already in. But so. You know? And then the situation from there is gonna have to dictate. I mean, you said high altitude, you know, size situation could be, you know, stabbing foraging policing up whatever I can to make me in whoever's with me more comfortable because think immediate survival, right? So that's warm me survive if we're high out up to and it's nice. Immediate first. And then and then you start thinking a little long-term like, hey, man. We get have to get water in order to get water. We have to build heat. But you know, there has to be source, plus he could keep us alive. But the list goes on and on and on like that. But. You think immediate without being hasty boy survival situation make bad decisions because they're doing right now. You know, they're they're not they're not thinking through. They're not building ven diagram in their head. Sorry. I don't mean to laugh, but this is so smart. It's funny because you know, everyone reacts differently in those situations. And I know it's it's quite unrealistic. But I guess there was a movie recently with that girl from tightening in it. So that that sort of triggered a whole barrage of questions about worries I guess in the movie that she crashes in the mountains with a handsome, man. So she's got going for her. I ever saw that. I think as Alba in Alba who such talented actor. But anyhow, that's what really prompted this. We have questions. And I thought when we had the opportunity to have you on. We'd ask you since you're such a renowned expert in the field. So I'm sure might seem a little bit silly for you. And I think listeners understand it's unlikely that a plane crash out tents, but still better to know. They're not no, right and basic, skills, apply everywhere. So. I talked all the time..

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"alba" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast

The Thrive Global Podcast

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"alba" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast

"I'm at our guest today in China in Hong show to be specific will both speakers at jock MAs I women's conference and that it is absolutely amazing to hear her inspiring story of being one of the few women I ever met who are able to jog out to incredibly successful careers and to have the Dassanayake to launch an entirely new career after one successful career, Jessica Alba. It's so wonderful to have you on our podcast and to learn from you on this journey as a mother as an enterprise as an actor as a wife. As if friend, all these multiple rounds that women are learning to inhabit all. At the same time. Right. So let me start by saying, what was it that made you decide to launch the honest company? Gosh, it was just something that I had to do. I was pregnant with my first child about eleven years ago, and I had an allergic reaction to a product that my mother recommended that use that was, you know, really marketed for babies. And I quickly in that moment might childhood came back to me and I remembered as a child how sick I was. So people don't know that about me because they only know me after I become successful as an actress. But as a kid, I spent a lot of time in hospitals with chronic illnesses as my allergies was the most consistent one that landed me in the house. But I had many surgeries in complications with appendix and I had cysts and I had kidney problems. So I had just lots of issues, and I had this baby in my belly and I was like, oh my gosh, my child could get sick or be sick. How am I going to, you know, really make sure that she doesn't as best as I can..

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"alba" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"alba" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Now, on today's podcast, you are in for a treat because doctors, we've got the founders of the LA hot spots that are there frequented by Justin Bieber. I know they're awesome. I've been looking at them online. I wanna go have my next birthday party. Katy Perry, I'm not a name dropper. Jessica Alba named her Nick, Jonas nut name-dropping. But you guys have built a a variety of restaurants in hot spots that are the favorites for the A-List celebrities. So John in Brian, welcome onto the thrive time show what great things are happening there and beautiful southern California. Thank you. Good to be here normal day running around. Well, I respect that. I respect that John. I want to ask you. I was reading the Forbes article where you were explaining what it took to build the thirty five million dollar nightclub empire and restaurant business, but I know that our listeners would would love to hear it directly from you before the success. John. Can you take us back to where you and Brian, I started your empire. Yeah, you know, we, we both kind of fell into what we're doing and isn't doing less than anyone out there who is young and it's firing or looking to change for years or whatever it is because we basically fell into something we both love and not sure leading were were naturally doing. We both grew up together and allay. We both went to USC and we naturally kind of started throwing events and parties on our own. Brian started a really big event concert type of promotion company. I was handling kind of EJ's and started my own promotion of company, and then we realized that we actually love this could actually be a business. So we opened a nightclub together that we didn't own, but we ran and it was called. The x. we were really the the key parts to making it successful at the end of the day, you need any people to to make a place crate. So we were the ones bringing clever -ties buyers and everyone we realize it can do it on our own. So we raise money from our friends and family. We live, I lived in my parents house and really sprout everything together. And that's how we started. And we are our notion, then that state to all the way today was we were going to build places that are are close friends and families are poor. People wanted to be at and make a home and from their extended to their friends and family and so on. And that's how that's how we've modeled our whole company. Now, Brian, when you first founded the h would group over a decade ago with John, I understand that the first club you opened in Los Angeles, we left the x club was shook down for being a. A public nuisance am I correct? They're getting something wrong because the querying minds the thrive nation. Yeah. It actually wasn't LAX. It LAX. We just sort of ran the promotions at our first club where we raise all the money was actually called h. would. And that one did get shut down for being a public nuisance. Essentially, we were really good at what we did, and we had a lot of people show up. We had you know, capacity issues. We had people leaving the club's strong making too much noise vomiting street. Unfortunately, we were next to a bunch of apartment buildings, so it was not the best place for nightclub. And the neighbors started to complain about us ended up fighting with the city, and they eventually did declare us a public nuisance you to share for share flown. Exactly. So I guess out there go ahead. We had. We had people camping out with Rossi camping on the grass. I mean, it was it was a real issue and we fought it for a full year and then it up declaring at a public nuisance, stripping it of to be able to be anything nightlife related. So then whenever you opened up the the next one, why did you not stay with h would is the name of it? That one that one got shut down. So the second place we were in construction and at our second place at the same time, which was called Las Palmas. And so we just continue. But we always kept the name for our h with group based off of the name of our first venue. So you stayed loyal to the name. The name of the group just of moved on is a venue. I want to ask you this Brian. It seems like a lot of entrepreneurs who aren't named Walt Disney because Walt Disney lost it all multiple times..

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"alba" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"alba" Discussed on KKAT

"The free app any again overnight they are to see some way weighed on me you every song from that era going to get the strike alba's stands on gold rings up memories right i go down memory lane that rathole unfinished boiled all of topics disappear i think a certain restaurant shock skin suits things like that but he is dead music's dead i'm alive your alive we got real reality to deal with and i'm not going to spend time talking about the lying trump book the author of it himself said he's not sure if parts of it a true what did i the sage of the radio tell you the day this came out what did i say on this radio show what did i say to you about this lying slime bag what did i say to you on the show what did you hear on the show what did you hear you heard me say to you that the often makes it up he's wellknown as a makeup artist he's a wellknown contributed on msnbc i told you he was a leftist i told you made the whole thing up i said he's a good member of the fake news business that was my analysis now he himself admits that he's not sure if parts of the.

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"alba" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"alba" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"At than a company that started five years ago from scratch trying to put together a machine to make a diaper or a detergent and so you we take our chemistry that we do in house and we source a lot of our raw materials and then we go when we find the best manufacturing partners and also you get a better price if you can work with different manufacturing partners and the reason why that's important is because people it should be affordable and the only way that we can be affordable is if we can get the best price when we're making stuff and you told entrepreneur magazine that some of this criticism of the company said is more tabloid fodder wouldn't it be a headline if it were anywhere yet i even had the journalists of very reputable big business journalists and we've had exchanges before they write articles and i say why don't you bring in x ynz company that is dealing with the exact same thing and they're like because they're not jessica alba basically to you oh yeah they're very transparent they're like it wouldn't be headline on would read it it would end up in the back page of the business i would never noone read my our coal and i wanna get a promotion they're very legs so transparent about it and so in that sense is being has being jessica alba has being a movie star as well as a businesswoman has that side of it made it harder for you in business easier or both i think it's just been really interesting it's made it a very very interesting journey you know i think mark zuckerberg an ilan mosque and sheryl sandberg who are all people in business who never started in entertainment i think you know they're enough of a household name at this point certainly in the business going to see their celebrities in their own running business community and so they have probably a you know uh they feel like they live in a fish bowl sometimes and people are extra sensitive around things that they say an and they probably feel out that way as well so um it's just been very enlightening now you're adding up there.

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"alba" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"alba" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"In this episode a boss files it's not like i had a you know a team of cheerleaders rooting for may everyone putting style a time jessica alba over from the silver spree but today you'll find from working round the clock as an entrepreneur he's the cofounder of the honest company and is on a very personal mission it all started after he had an allergic reaction believing that story plot pushing building the multimilliondollar company reviews also very invoking non another gold so how important institute kept moral more women on it for edible important it's everything so i leaned on women invasion that i would win and i like over leverage probably or or leaned on them a little bit more than that probably wanted me to we also dive into why she says growing up was brutal perrine worked three jobs and barely made ends meet how she succeeded and defied the odds you're my conversation with jessica alba jessica alba thank you for being here thanks for having me we're going to get into a lot uh your career as an actor theonest honest company your personal journey but just first this to begin how do you define yourself today because you are so many things mom entrepreneur actor um i don't know i guess as a haifa in and i've authored a book i started the company i have kids um i'm a friends um i'm a terrible speller i love the cook i'm terrible desserts but i can cook maniac bake fake yeah i but i can throw down like whatever's in the kitchen i can like you know go and and create something in 20 minutes that is so me.

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"alba" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"alba" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A tab cecil areas sign alba's my mom's i'm okay so basically we wanted to tackle it about you have a big dinner coming out of a big so you do so so is this the first kind of like it's a paddock dinner and you're doing it at the travails space correct is this the first time you've done something like this um i've done a lot of large catering yet but never a structured menu for people that i may not know a lot of times arm when people higher me for catering they know me that had my food um but it's really exciting i did a stage i approached them and they said yes before the phrase even got out of my mouth yum and they were super support of and i wouldn't stash and i i wanted to do that and then learn their space ivan stayed help clean up because i want to make sure that i'm doing things in their way from start to finish yeah about two big menu and i've got a great staff on the new some of their staff i'm were incorporating travails bar staff raising their bar menu ario travails there do the liquor wow that means were i'm going to work with the owners this week in solidify alcock come into that goes with this and the food is it that much different from the pal perspective of theirs but that we're we're going to have a great cocktail menu they you can purchase through trivial and it will just be spectacular so i can't do two of bar program any better than they can i mean they're bar programme wild added a spectacular z so i'm going to let them take that over and then i've got several people from trivial that going to help me with my pop up plus my own souschef and a great a group of people that are going to help me execute this so it's on sunday october 29th you having to seedings one at five and one in a correct how much our tickets to me ninety five.

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"alba" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"alba" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"As more when the have a seat at the we should have more who have in a stories that are told about and all different should be should be an issue but a forces he adds still as bad i do believe that this generation certainly millennials they don't have the same prejudiced as every other generation and they're going to break jessica alba honest company makes you check out endorses products were so grateful to have you here so we have teachers with a limited budget so we told us is that for cash i got a large black very for dad is here the castilla lars does looking pretty good add that so you gotta said of lightly he might be an xl elfayed health fit in their nearly large caches caso jessica thank you so much for having me all right so that was jessica albert lovely talented hinder the shirts always kicking a picture sure my wife wanted pictures i got a picture my wife i then with me and then dad ice well here's the shirts and he goes what's okay an meaning many wasn't sure with the extra large large and ayman my wife says no no take him and his guatemala and and he's about to ingest cassette nakumatt dadaab to stick with that but other don't trust me you can ask me producer tents did we have a surplus of shirts were given away but you're just galvin just galvez dad if you are a large intellectual large and you're gonna wear them yes since he's gonna wear us euro these nor while then yeah i'm taking the under a map.

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