35 Burst results for "Alon"

Judge still at 61 HRs, Severino 7 no-hit innings for Yanks

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Judge still at 61 HRs, Severino 7 no-hit innings for Yanks

"Luis severino throws 7 hitless innings to help the Yankees up on the rangers three to one Severino struck out 7 while walking just one batter over those 7 innings Yankees manager Aaron Boone went to the pen to start the 8th his no hit bid ended with his pitch count at 94 I think it was a good decision you know I don't want to go out there and have myself and not be Google postseason you know we look up on the bigger picture Marwin Gonzalez and Giancarlo Stanton hit 8 thinning solo homers to help the ALA's champion Yankees when their 98th game of the season Aaron judge won one for four with an infield single to remain at 61 homers going into Tuesday I'm Denny Cobb

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"alon" Discussed on The Bible and Coffee

The Bible and Coffee

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on The Bible and Coffee

"Deal. How many times have we done something. And we started to sink or we created something. But we've never called on the lord to make sure it's from him at one of the questions would be. And how do. I know that it's from the lord like it so so one of the things that we do. Is we walk through this walk. That we've i've got this feeling you know i've got this feeling and This is what i wanna do. And i just. I think god is calling me to do that but if it doesn't alon with scripture it's not from the lord and so we have to be in the word have to be in the word so that we understand or talks about that. In his old age he talks about the things that we need to do. For our faith to go forward we have to create excellent an excellent and with excellence knowledge and with knowledge self discipline and he just he keeps going through this list of things that start to align with what god wants from us the abdin so many things in my life. I've done things. Because i wanted to prove everybody wrong. I wanted to be different. I wanted to be bold in in our podcast in in in this podcast. When i started this podcast three years ago going on four years now when i started this podcast i truly truly truly just did it because i love talking about the lord. I love his word. I love to eat up his scripture. Our love to apply to my life and i always have. But i don't know that when i started in the podcast Wanted it. i'm you take that back. I did. I didn't do it for selfish. Reasons for prideful. Reasons am i. I was in a really kind of struggling place and I just kind of wanted to step out of that. But god has blessed us with this podcast but i also had to start aligning with what god was calling me to do what the lord was calling me to do in what that was was totally different than when we started out..

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"alon" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on This Week In Google

"If you have a car that doesn't have you know it's not a fancy fancy fancy car like jeff's you a tesla or it's yeah you know i feel bad tesla people aren't you stacy. Put my foot where you do really like the media interface for the test is i feel like i wish they had car player. Indra donna. I don't love it but to me. That's a big negative much time in. It doesn't have the car for that for the me. I have the car because it's fun to dry it is funded or and i also have usually. There's someone in the front seat with me and i. It just worked for my phone. I usually play spotify sports bluetooth. So you can. Yeah in tesla actually supports spotify now. So it's a little bit better. The one raises a little issue. One of my friends Sent me a note saying i. I quit club. Twit i said oh why is because it's not supported by a tesla. I said well you can do it on your phone. He says. now it's too much trouble. You gotta do a deal with the tune in or something. So that i can and it's It's like well it doesn't work that way. You gotta have your own private feed. So i don't know hey you can have easy to use inconvenient and not you know in ad-supported or you can pay for things a little weird. The alon is so not invented here that he won't allow carplay an android auto is a little weird expect of him. Yeah i mean. The reason is that those those are getting updated faster. Even than tesla is you know. And they have more features more apps. And i don't know yeah okay so you could play. You could play control concern. And don't i will tell you i love the tesla's games and dog has we're waiting. We're waiting for ferry and sometimes you get there and you're like you missed it and so like you're there for an hour. Stacey we're like forty five minutes no such thing. As far as you're going to be waiting a really long time ans- we're waiting for a ferry. Everybody google photos will now ship individual prints directly to your door. Woo okay i now. You can order. Prince of specific photographs of getting shipped homes in the us for as little as eighteen cents plus shipping instead of okay. So 'cause.

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"alon" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Back in the day i probably just try and still grind it out and just work at work at try and keep the interview going. But if i get about i think about. I don't know eight to ten. I'd say eight to ten one word answers. I'm saying okay. Thanks for coming in. We'll talk to you later. Even if they're still in the studio we go onto we. Just ignore them now and talk about something else. That's because i mean there's nerves and then there is just being a jerk you got. That is yeah. I got a buddy comedian. Friend of mine says when someone's going says just put your hand on their shoulder and go have a good day right exactly. Turn about face and out the door just as a conclusion to your thought about the He's been bugging me. Don't do and i guess also a segue because you're talking about rest court and all remember what we had. Jeff gordon alon. He's got. I don't know if you've noticed ed but he does a no no no no no At the end of every sentence. I never noticed. Listen back we interviewed and one of our bosses member who used to just make sort of grunting noises number one of our boston. Hey how's it going funding. I remember one of our bosses. Groundhog's i remember number. We'd go in with one of our bosses and we'd sit across the table and he would he. He was the gm at one point. I probably shouldn't say that but He basically when you make him laugh he would do this sort of drum thing on the desk and then sort of sort of push away from the desk. Do that every time. It was great reactor the reactor but it was odd is all three awful little vets. You know what what happens here. I'm going to get slapped in the face from a seal or what she did. We not marked mayhew. Because i know he's a good listener so it was not mark note. We making the rounds today on the internet. Maybe you're like me because your kids are around the same age. Did steve from blue's clues not help. Raise your kids as he did mine. No no no don't know about that. Don't don't know about that you never. They never watched any blue's clues side. Maybe they did. Maybe they did. And i just remember my wife and i at the time saying we're not gonna do that whole video thing with the kids you know. We see other parents doing it you know. They're just they're not stimulating their children off just letting them sit in front of that. We're not gonna do that right and no daycare for our kids. You know we're going to are. We lasted about two weeks going. Get the video plug the video..

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"alon" Discussed on Art Unknown Podcast

Art Unknown Podcast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Art Unknown Podcast

"Like whoa. How did you do that. You know and it was just like this. Have this thing you know that that this. I'm not sure what it what it was or what it is but when when that feeling started to eat me alive is when i took a break and started studying yoga crispy and and one of the things that has helped me so much with that certain eagles struggle or like grasping for success in the wondering like i worked so hard i bust i ask like why am i not further than but i'm like a lot more down the path than so many other people who might be jealous of me. I don't know you know so But there's one yoga future that talks about persevering practice over a long period of time with out attachment to the outcome. So that feels that like sits really well with me as like this is alon.

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"alon" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"I think he did. He create the machinery hall of machine. He created them. Should we clinched. It was based on a previous people's models ads. Yeah spirit machines he. He perfected it on for us on. These patients zap the spirits out of them absolutely. It was a generator of static electricity. And what he would do is he would take people suffering from delusions and from hearing voices and he would zap them and surprisingly zapping them would cause the affliction to save them to dissipate. Not in all circumstances. But even from a scientific perspective it kind of alon similarly to electroconvulsive therapy. And which i've always said right electro convulsive therapy very. You're a controversial. It still practiced today and it still seems to work. It still seems to people that are in really bad cases. It seems to work as i said on the show. I mean carrie. Fisher had although of course it wiped out a lot of memory and closed..

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Can America Fix Its Trains?

Slate's If Then

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Can America Fix Its Trains?

"Take a trip into the near future with me. A future where amtrak service looks less like the slow old system that we all know and more like the bullet trains that whisked people across countries like japan and france. This is what i think of as normal high speed rail's new york to washington an hour forty five. Maybe forty new york. Boston about the same new york philly should be forty forty five minutes apart. That's alon levy who has spent a lot of time thinking about how to improve train. Service blonde is a mathematician by training. But they're working now on. Something called the transit costs project at new york university. The project keeps track of how much similar train projects cost in. Different countries in the lawn is also an advocate for how american train travel should be what i would call train. Utopia ideally enter. The train station may be five minutes before the train departs. You can find an advance and reserve a seat. If you're with a friend you can reserve seats together. Emperor doesn't let now. There's lots and lots of capacity so you don't need to charge really high prices to avoid the train getting fall. Let's say new york and boston might be forty nine dollars. Tranche are going to be very frequent and the reason is that the northeast. Carter is enormous. How many people live there. It's what fifty million people between four enormous metropolitan areas so instead of having to two hours or half an hour you'd be waiting fifteen minutes.

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"alon" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

"Which is a similar to what is called dick's If you've ever heard of that on the common stock exchange and people essentially can trade against this stuff so it's like it's pretty fascinating to see this like this world crypto developing into a what it is becoming We'll save moon for example. Got everyone in pissy. Because he's doing. He wants everyone to stay in that getting out. So he's charging ten percent to get out and which he really. He keeps half redistributes half to the to the rest of the user. But like let's kinda bullshit you know. So i i would put that more the scam side than you. You real utility Been to be honest. Like i like doj alon as a joke and it was kind of nuts. I bought a bunch of it as a joke and then it went up and it was worth a ton of money and i was like. I'm going to wait for a little bit higher than it. Just crashed on. And it's kinda comic book the problem of you if you if you sold and then it went up ten ax you. You hate yourself the rest of your life. It's the it's the conundrum in. I think people have to be okay more in this market of taking profits. That's one of the challenges people have is. It's like it's okay to take profits not always learn more. Yeah it was kind of like a game. Stop as soon as it went to like. Twenty was like sal. You know it's not it's never going to hire get out wild. Yeah but hey. I can't thank you enough for the time. Spent euro your blast to spend time with. I sincerely appreciated best of luck. Obviously we'll talk to you soon. But hey we're going to wrap things up for episode four or five you can find patrick. Garrity lincoln blue mira or anywhere actually on lengthen. Your your my feet. So if you subscribe to patrick and he will entertain the living shit out of you which is which is which is a compliment. But a yeah. We're interrupting is up. On behalf of bob and randy do favor drink coffee drinks. Get your phone numbers. You don't gotta go home. You just gotta get the hell out of here. See you next week. Dr gary will be. Thanks guys exp- by..

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"alon" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Just multilevel marketing for abuse in the same very similar models. Now and one of the most things about the work of those illinois investigators that lake ultimately. You could argue. It helped to the school. Because it brought the militia press and they were able to defend themselves. Journalists went to them for state that we're able to make statements near defense and a lot of people decided. Oh says this tough. Love approach works like it's just some week liberals in the illinois state. Don't want it to going. So they got they got money. Yeah and they got to make statements like this to the press and this is dr davidson speaking corrections magazine in nineteen seventy nine about the illinois investigation. What happened was we got some conventional middle-aged mental health workers who saw certain things they did not understand the other thing was that the governor of illinois at the time was a self righteous guy who was trying to make political hay by bringing all the juvenile's back to the state. They were disrupted. They were disrupting things asking kids. Why do you obey now. In the same interview joe ritchie was asked about the illinois team and he claimed it was a raid from the start. They were very unprofessional. They got drunk at one meal and then came back to work. I didn't like that. Ritchie would also claim accurately that three of the kids removed from along by illinois eventually fled back to the alon school. He claimed this was evidence that the program helped those kids. I didn't it was more evidence that when you abuse someone enough. They can't exist outside of the system of abuse that you built for them which is why so. Many kids went to work there as adults. Because you break people in such a way that they can't exist outside of this weird little society you've built in your yeah would be my argument now. This does however bring us to a very valid question. Is there any evidence. That alonzo program worked that nineteen seventy-nine corrections magazine article notes. That at the time it was written alon had only been doing follow up checks on former residents for two years. They claimed that up the five hundred people who've been admitted to allow at that point three hundred and twenty six had been tracked down of these hundreds of these one hundred ninety graduated the program seventy eight percent of these people had stayed out of trouble with the law on that strength along claim that nearly eighty percent of their graduates were eighty percent success rate basically. Now that's a lie based on their own data because they tracked down three hundred twenty six kids right one ninety graduate and they say seventy eight percent of these people stayed out of trouble with the law that makes it a success but one hundred thirty six of them didn't graduate and only twenty six percent of those kids were arrested or jailed again which means dropouts had an identical success rate to graduates basically so number one that makes it seemed like maybe it. It had nothing whether or not you graduate. The alon school didn't have anything to do about your success but corrections magazine and they're right up gave further reasons to doubt that data alon recidivism figures are so low especially given the fact that many of their referrals from state from state agencies or hardcore delinquents that most researchers would find them suspicious perhaps one explanation is that most of the follow up was done by questionnaire without any attempt to confirm the information the former residence supplied through official records of the twelve states who refers children to alon only four have ever done any follow up and that was limited and informal maryland rhode island oregon and vermont surveyed. A total of seventy one former alon residents found that twelve. Seventeen percent of them were in jail. Seventeen were working or in school and forty-two where in the words of one official living marginal lives that included some petty crime frequent unemployment and overuse of alcohol drugs. So that doesn't sound like a great success rate to me it also again. They basing this whole no trouble with the law. They're basing eighty percent of our students went on to have you know law abiding lives based on self reporting from those students rather than actually confirming anything all of their data's bullshit basically. There's no evidence. The school helped any. There's no evidence. The school helped anyone obviously individuals who say it helped me but there's no evidence that like as a population alon students were less likely to commit crimes. Your have drug abuse problems than any other group of kids in a similar. It's almost like it's a total of sadistic shit. Yeah that was intended to do any money just to child. Abuse factory rhode island sent a team of investigators to alon who were horrified to find. That not only did the business. Lack of board of directors. It lacked any oversight mechanism to review tactics or employee behavior. The investigators talked to dr davidson. And we're shocked to find out that he spent no time at the facility and was unable to provide answers about stuff like the ring. They're worth three. Emma psychologists on staff. But we're recent hires who liked dr davidson. Knew nothing about how the school function on a daily basis and some students will claim that like those people were very key were protected from knowing anything about the school they were brought in to do therapy sessions and like you never got to therapy alone. There would always be a student watching you so if you set anything you would get punished so you would only. Yeah exactly they would do this for every visit. You're talking to your parents on the phone. Someone's listening they'll disconnected. If you say anything bad is going on. We'll talk more about that later. Sixty percent of former residents were found to were later found to have been arrested for criminal violations. They noted that this was likely to be a conservative estimate of failure because criminal records did not reflect child abuse neglect mental health institutionalization or a variety of other factors so rhode island finds sixty percent two former alon residents go on to be arrested for something and that more are probably having some sort of issue. It's just wasn't reflected by the criminal justice system because they were beating their own kids right. That's what the state says. None of these investigations did anything to stop joe. Rich your dr davidson for becoming millionaires. Joe in his wife sherry bought a mansion They got all the status symbols of success. A bunch of fancy cars but the wealthier joe gets and the more expansive the alon school becomes the more abusive and deranged. He gets in his own relationship. I'm going to quote from duck in a raincoat again. Here in his marriage. Richie began employing the techniques used it a if his wife annoyed her angered him. She'd be punished. One punishment was embarrassment and humiliation in the presence of other staff members. According to one former staffer he'd shoot her down in a long term to describe the taking of authority away from someone who had misused it by humiliating her at staff meetings or he'd purposely exclude her from decision making instructing people not to tell her something at first we were led to believe that they had perfect marriage former resident recalled but after a while it was apparent to some of us that it was far from it sometimes ritchie would disappear and when cherry called to find him. He wouldn't speak to her once. She was informed that he'd taken a blonde social worker with him to las vegas. Yeah there's a lot to say about like his kind of sexual relationships it doesn't seem like he mostly wanted to fuck. It was just kind of power thing he wanted. These young women around doing what he was saying. Ritchie would insist on forcing attractive female residents of alon- to ask act as babysitters for his children. If sherry complaint he would call her neurotic one of these nannies later admitted to burning their son with a cigarette when sherry complained ricky ritchie told her that the the staff number had changed or the resident had changed and he wasn't being fair to her by not giving her another chance. Oh my god he's aware. Yeah who will so sherry had a number of nervous breakdowns for what she was hospitalized. In nineteen seventy six while she was in recovery. Joe should up to present her with a diamond and sapphire necklace in full view of the nurses in order to like make the nurses. The nurses wouldn't believe anything she'd say about him being abusive. 'cause looking at this necklace. He's the dream i mean. Yeah this looks like the husband of the year. I mean those are chocolate diamonds by jane seymour. Yeah like we're mostly going to focus on the lawn school here and not ritchie's personal life but he's just a comprehensively abusive person right so you know who isn't it comprehensively abusive person unless it's a cook brothers or i don't know volkswagen kind of gas lit all of us with the.

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"alon" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"I really wanna sit and defend the truth in this tweet has exactly and honestly like that's where generational thing comes in. Because i thought about this. A lot is because i listened to ipod has and stuff anna. I'll listen to like episodes of podcasts. Whereas like this black person and was dealing with this thing at their job and then just how they changed the culture or whatever and i'll be thinking light yellow man. I am a different generation. Like i've never felt more genetics. Then listening to lie. I forget what podcast it was. It was like elvis over. Podcast were a woman worker like adidas and then like they had like some weird. Why heard that one of it. Was that kind of shit where i was like. It was microaggressions though it was like up to alon line my whole life objects tolerated and been like and these cracks job and it just went to work as she was like. I'm not coming to work. I still wanted and they paid her. She didn't have to come to work. They will like it. Like i have never even it just it. It was almost envious because it would never cross my fucking mind. That's how i thought about january six. Yeah could just storm the capital like it was like a trick play. I didn't know you could do that. Name broken never black life had. We've all as like a book. We just go storm in capital team. Say fuck it. Yeah whatever's going to happen. It's going to happen and we all like. Oh we would never because know. I'm gonna kill us. Nobody even brought it up to kill us. Nobody even right blackflies august shot. Black lives matter. Black lives matter beginning arrested for following the rules. That were set. Like don't cross this no problem. Oh we still about the rush hour you talk we can talk you get off the street like these white people would like it..

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"alon" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

"Five and a half six hours our flight. But i'm driving on a drive for kinky road trips. Going shawna's test drives itself alex tribe. Sit there alon voice. Goes your us. Alex ilan and you say take me to san diego and it goes of course actually taught. You could kick it with the test alon test. The tesla on the has to be that specific to really space. I'm glad everyone's having a great.

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"alon" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"To be the best and biggest ever september. Seventeenth nineteenth orlando. I'll see you there by hiking. Conference dot com. I think that when you look at the object you'd like working memory so when you only but so the palace is actually liza. The layer working memory. Actually so it's just a is a network of connections so basically you are building like a stack or network that you actually when you have one item you can continue with other item and actually drugs from your break. So they it's actually. The pilots is safety. Just a new connection which ends a objects will be the items. So i think that you understand when i take an item is basically populating my but when i look at the rue if i look at the room and i see like five item seven items. This is my current working memory and they look at them. I have seven of seven minutes. This is what. I'm able to hold so the rooms in the house. Hold the items but then it's okay. I can do that. And i. I must say i working with a. I'm lucky a walking company. I have like people. I've coaches great coaches. That they work with and differently of my taking care of all the time emotional philosophical. Can the body everything that they can. And i spoke to my coaches and the nobody's you know everybody knows his mind. Palace knows no memory palace. But you do that. It's nice when you maybe you want to impress. Somebody was great memory and you want to show people the next bit. I don't know about actually do it. Because you can use your phone. So i i don't use the memory built very often. It's probably kinda rusty and got some ivy growing on it right but you use yours regularly right exactly so what happened. I said okay. I will find us The have to be a good useful this to end. So i give it. I started the experiment in what they've done. The heavy a big project management system. And i have like a few hundred items. A project madness which are like in different. They're basically representing once so. My project is like once but these like parts of wants so project management usually is like what the actually would wake up in the morning. What is what is what we want for life in the way. This is my project management system. Because i have built it in a different area of life in every area. I know now okay. My next task in the food is like a eat more broccoli. I'm going to make a habit of mobile. Never mind so like am you. Put all the ones now. I took all the this project management statement. I uploaded it to memory palace. Now how you do that you take and this is something i i was walking on. How our actually do that. I needed to make an object for every project making objects that remind me of this want and i took all this list of which look very random m just a person because i liked to put an ice show you later with a with a mind to pechiney framework that everybody is actually a team in the person and we worked with people. So these people start to populate my project management system and a ensigns they populate vittal palace at my man palace in what happened then was like actually amazing and this is why like to and people to try this because what happened then. Suddenly i found myself like a okay. So if i walk on the stairs now if i can actually work i can actually do really body things. I can actually swim and work. I can actually In this all in the field. And just ron upload bre object by object object by object. I can actually see it with object and be creative and i can. I can say okay. What is the next step in this project and that could be very relaxed because everything is is suddenly like. I know what they want every moment of time. If somebody asked me what you want you know was only policy is where we start. It's like now this sense. This reminds me of so suddenly. Is the a little bit go. Went down because they don't need to go nowhere. I don't need to check my need to check my computer. Because what is most important is. What do i want. And what is the next step. How can they be creative in the products that they want to do so. I got a positive for a second. This is fascinating but what you just said reminds me of getting things done methodology. Remember that one. Yeah and if you guys don't remember this this is a guy who said the way to inner peace is make sure every email every piece of paper is filed a really precise system. Now i did this for two years which i wish i got back because the bottom line is he's an anxious person. I should have on the show. I'm not like trying to attack. But he's an anxious delta's anxiety with control. You can also just deal with the anxiety and realized through all my shit in a big box. If i need to find something i just flip through there until i find it which is more like a memory palace as long as you remember where you put it in the box. It's in there right or it's in a search engines are you. Just don't like your stress could go down. So what do you do to deal with your anxiety. When you don't have everything tracked for this okay. But this is another topic like foamy anxiety the meaning of like i need to connect movies. My body focused on my senses. The mole it's like. I feel better and big hack for everyone listening right there in the body right. He's not in the mind so it's like you know. We all know bulge assay sympathetic policy but the work and we we can talk about these decision subject of a executive by itself. I wanna take off your off your previous track. Thereby i caught that and i think that's worth noting people. It's okay if you don't know where some stuff is. You don't have to feel anxiety if that happens. But having a system that tracks typically reduces anxiety release reduces missed opportunity but then when the system is inside the view and you actually can connect to. Your body is what i did. It's basically instead of staying on david and getting things done in respect everything but in order to make it work. I need to sit on the computer. Now i don't really i. I'm a computer person. I don't like to see you know something about being like in software engineer and these assembly every after they were tell you hate offers a computer the computer and then their phone even the night. It's even worse. So i like to connect to a body like to develop my body. I like to connect with my emotion. I liked to connect to people where computer get. So as if it's like embodying inflammation can really open up other things you can be with the project and be loud like eighteen other no being swimming now.

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"alon" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"It seems like that mindset is kind of percolate through all the stuff you've done Even if you're looking at the body it's a distributed system tiny information processing modules called cells or sub components. And that's why you start very low down and you start working on that system and suddenly posture changes or changes or brains. Change now at the two things. That i think would be most interesting for the bulletproof radio. Audience and for the upgrade collective live members. Who are here. Who are have lots of really cool. Comments at one of them is definitely going deeper on the entrepreneur side around kin wilburs integral theory. In how what that is in how you tied in with the entrepreneur's journey in your book. So we're going to get there. But i think i the area that would be really impactful for people is talking about memory palaces. I mentioned these. I think in in headstrong. I've had a few interviews. Awhile back with Swedish memory expert. But you have a whole new take on these things. Can you walk me through. What is a memory palace. And then what you did to hack. Yeah i will. I thought the little bit before. And they say we made. We made the neurotic. Remade the be conference. I think it was one of the biggest in that the right now in in there and we got like hundred enterpreneurs and different people everything around aging and brain and memory. So i was looking who can help you can do something in technology wise scientists. I was looking like in electric implanted in people that implants himself with electrodes looking to extend stimulation to enhance woking memory. And i came to the time. I i came back to my thinking that i don't see that something road work so right now immediately for me because i really want resort once like immediate results and i want to see proof so it's like this also why i like your work so much is because you look exactly like you say you what works so this is the most important what works soza. Kpi is like need to work. it doesn't bolted. What side we will. You will find the science afternoon finds working. So i i think me and you. We doesn't matter for us like it can be a spiritual direction can be a buddy direction can be anxiety and could be nervous. System could be psychology. Doesn't matter if long as working you know so. I think it's a recent years you are so much. So much information the internet so like people also acting fairies and blogs like that and settling what is actually working for with the validate. So let me ask you this. If you found out that carrying a teddy bear around with you all the time made you smarter. Would you do it absolutely see. See you're my kinda guy. I will go. I would've text the teddy bear. And they go to the psychologists. Maybe i have too much masculinity and i need to take down but i will carry. I love that okay. After that. So i was. I was watching. Am i would take a netflix documentary about. A memory ends a very nice guy named there's the deadliest and he was full time us champion and i decided okay and you said you know i. I'd be learning memory for my my grandmother and she had a timer and in my family. It was the same in like my grandmother and it was horrible and there was event with my mother and i end. We've apptime understood. That memory needs to be something Button memory in working memory. And i want approve it so i started to work with nets on deadliest. In how do. I prove my The softer level. You know that we started testing my memory in like memories like actually pretty bad. I like i can remember like six numbers in like this barely. It's like you forgive me. A test is it's not a good. Maybe i learned too much in my life that maybe it's like overcapacity but it's amazing and so i was like in six numbers and we've when you say six members demand you can remember six numbers at a time or six on a dual in back another another time. It's of below average. President exists seven is worth a typical vice. President can go actually ages. Were supposed to go. Seven is sort of like average so your slightly below average you get to nine and ten to find people at higher levels an organization because they can remember more. So you're a little blurb that surprises me. I kiss of persons like left keys. And he's like. I don't know my conscience has like shift Places don't not stuff. But i started to work with him and we saw that i managed to improve myself to remember one hundred numbers now so after that they reach one hundred and i can say in kenley site hundred numbers of backwards. That was already like okay so take. Isn't it's working. Whatever it is. It's working so the mind palace. Then i started to say okay mine palace cities and what's it bilogical implications of the body. Why what is the meaning. What is the relation between my palestine biology and. I'm sure. And now i would mention what is my palace because we get to. The point is like we actually a trick which itself in the old. And it's actually developing greece and people use it through laxed aired on one thousand years two thousand years and they actually you imagine like a place and the in place you place you imagine revealed showplace and they can be a home that you grow up. He no like school. Or whatever it is and you place object in this in this palace or in this house dislocation and actually end. You also makes them animates. Avenue makes them do something. Really nice will emotional this subject. And i don't know how but you'll remember. This is really easy to remember. So i played with my little children. They remember amazing stuff. I if it turns fail. So i understand that if you translate something into a memory palace you're actually members. We have this like displaces n day. I work with northland than we did. Like a big palace. Head like palacio fe adults was like a fifty rooms evenly room ahead. Like in the ten places so i had like five hundred blazes. I can populate now so when you're when you're building a palace like this just to put a picture to it for people you imagine a house or palestine you walk in the front door and there's a shelf there on the shelf you can put something and if you're going to remember the number one you have a little object that's always number one so there right and then on the shelf underneath that you place you know the basketball which is number two or whatever your little internal is and then you in your mind you can explore this big thing like you explore a video game those three dimensional duke nukem doom off everything you play as descended from those game saw a back old school so it's kind of like that is super powerful but does that really working memory because working memory is sort of like ram versus. This is something that's being translated by ramya museum like aram wwre.

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"alon" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"With dave asprey. Today we're gonna talk about anti-aging neuro technology scientific inovation and deep tack and alan braun is a friend who founded eurotech analytics which is a narrow tech focused analytical hub for analytical reports in the neuro tech industry and i am an advisor to his research firm that does that but he's also an incredibly prolific and successful entrepreneur. He is an advanced student of what's going on inside your mind inside your brain different techniques for extending and enhancing memory one of the techniques. He's gonna show us today. And i found him to be Really noteworthy when it comes to anti-aging in cognitive enhancement. All the things that are at the core of biohacking so our private conversations have been so cool that i said hey man you gotta come on the show and share some of what we've talked about with the world because it's new in. It's really interesting. And it's very forward thinking he's also written a book called the entrepreneurial journey and what you'll find there is if you wanted to really understand what's going on as an entrepreneur. This guy does the deep thinking because when you get personality frameworks and a lot of people tied those back to entrepreneurship. But i think he's cracked the code here so lots of wisdom in today's episode. I'm going to do my best to fit into an hour for you though. We might go a couple minutes over. 'cause he's real smart alon welcome to the show. Thank you dave. I want everyone to eat higher quality food. That's because good food fuel you in the right way so you perform better at everything you do including being nice to other people. Maybe you have a packed life. Like i do and you have. Maybe kids jobs side. Gigs stuff you wanna do. You might not have time to cook or you may just not have the opportunity to get good food..

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Can a New Wave of Crypto IPOs Rekindle Wall Street Excitement?

The Breakdown with NLW

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Can a New Wave of Crypto IPOs Rekindle Wall Street Excitement?

"Anyways today. We're discussing the robin hood. Ipo and the circle ipo and whether they can get wall street. Stoked on crypto again. So first let's talk some background. In retrospect the coin base ipo as the top sort of looks super obvious right base ipo on april fourteenth and the bitcoin all time high depending on your exact source came within around twenty four hours of that event there was an extraordinary amount of hype around this which by the way is technically direct listing. Not an ipo. But either way there was a ton of hype and it's because in many ways it wasn't just a single event. He was the culmination of an entire narrative which had been driving the industry for upwards of a year that point. Bitcoin had surprising resilience post black thursday crash in march twenty twenty hedge funds. Particularly paul tudor jones start to notice and explicitly identify it as a good trade in the context of massive global money printing. And this wasn't hard to understand right. It was an incredible moment to c- bitcoin supply issuance pro grammatically have had the exact same moment as central banks were getting comfortable with bigger balance-sheets than ever and by the way paul tudor. Jones wasn't even close to the only hedge fund who bought into this narrative by late summer. Early fall some others like stand druckenmiller. We're going on cnbc to say so as well and turn michael sailor and the bitcoin treasury bat and all of a sudden there's an additional dimension to this institutional by narrative other companies like square follow. Suit some really unexpected players. Come in as well like mass mutual's one hundred million dollar bitcoin. By which is where many of you probably. I heard of a breakdown sponsor night dig all of this creates an incredibly strong clear narrative picture going into the holiday in the new year. And then we get alon tesla's one point five billion dollar. Bitcoin treasury by dwarfs at least the initial by of micro strategy and we really off to the races and then coin bases listing is announced and it seems like the combination of things a major truly legitimising company from the crypto space moving into public markets

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God Is Sovereign Over the Universe

Pray the Word with David Platt

01:59 min | 1 year ago

God Is Sovereign Over the Universe

"Joshua chapter ten versus twelve through fourteen at that time joshua spoke to the lord in the day. When the lord gave the ama- rights over to the sons of israel and he said in the sight of israel sun stand still at given and moon in the valley of is alon and the sun stood still and the moon stopped until the nation took vengeance on their enemies is not written in the book of just shar. The sun stopped in the midst of heaven and did not to set for about a whole day. There has been no day like it before or since when the lord heated the voice of a man for the lord fought for israel. Oh i love these three verses and when you realize what they're teaching you love them to this picture of a miracle that god brought about in this battle with all these different kings specifically mentioned here in verse twelve that ama- the lord gave the amer rights over to the sons of israel because joshua spoke to the lord and cried out sun. Stand still and moon stan. Still stop and sun and moon stopped like the earth rotation stop so that the sun was there longer by day and god gave the amer writes in to the hands of his people and verse fourteen summarizes it saying there has not been a daylight before or since and listen to this phrase when the lord heated the voice of a man for the lord fought for israel

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Everything We Learned About the Bitcoin Mining Council

The Breakdown with NLW

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Everything We Learned About the Bitcoin Mining Council

"In december elon musk. Michael sailor started tweeting back and forth a bit. Bitcoin were already in the modality of companies. Adding bitcoin to their treasury and sailor had already emerged as one of the top evangelists. Of course this got tongues wagging at the end of january. Ilan changed his profile to read bitcoin and tweeted. In retrospect it was inevitable in february tesla announced that it had purchased one point five billion dollars in bitcoin and that it would start to accept bitcoin for payment for vehicles. Bitcoin cheer and our bags. Rejoice as we're rocketed up the next leg of the bull run but it wouldn't be a good story without a dramatic arc. Now would it almost immediately. We saw the downsides of ilan's involvement to go right along with the upside of price. Those downsides included one the alignment with an unpredictable twitter user. More likely to show those than to do. Anything that bolstered bitcoin and to the scorn and condemnation of the legions out there who dislike elon that second category includes many who profess to care about the environment who basically view tesla or ilan himself as a great green washer. In retrospect it's pretty clear that tesla's involvement did more to ratchet up a focus on bitcoin's footprint than to alleviate concerns about it by the end of april a new concern tesla had sold ten percent of its. Bitcoin alon profess that it was only to demonstrate the liquidity of the asset to stakeholders. But it was still jarring by a month later things had gone really sour alon announced that tesla was pausing sales of bitcoin due to environmental concerns w. f. the collective cry rang out. Do this guy seriously. Just learn about the environmental footprint of bitcoin. of course not what's far more likely and commonly accepted. Is that behind the scenes. There were serious pressures pushing tesla any lana on the bitcoin. Question for example. Es focused etf that list tesla who because of bitcoin

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No, China Didnt Just Ban Crypto

The Breakdown with NLW

02:09 min | 1 year ago

No, China Didnt Just Ban Crypto

"What's going on guys. It is tuesday may eighteenth. And i don't know about you but it has been so many days of endless meditation and analysis on the meaning of musk that today. I thought i'd do some good old fashioned news. So this is one of those shows. That's roundup of about five topics. Basically extended brief. And i want to start with cryptos allies on capitol hill. We're so used to looking at regulatory risk in the loud politicians don't like bitcoin and crypto that we forget that this cycle has much stronger than we've had in the past. Here's one example yesterday representative. Tom emmer a republican from minnesota reintroduced legislation that would prevent the irs from penalizing taxpayers forked assets until the irs can provide clarity on its policies. Basically imagine that someone forked bitcoin into bitcoin alon rules and airdrop do your equivalent holdings on the new chain. But you didn't want the stupid. Bitcoin rules because he does not rule well according to guidance from october twenty nineteen the irs would say that your bitcoin ilan rules holdings would count as taxable income surprise surprise and other inland coin. Messing up your day. This approach says emmer and everyone in the crypto. Space is ludicrous. In fact it shows plainly that regulators can't just straight up apply existing thinking to this new domain now. This is the third time this legislation the safe harbor for taxpayers with forked assets. Act has been introduced. So let's hope this time it actually passes next up is long bitcoin. The most crowded trade in the world. According to bank of america's fund manager survey. The answer is yes. This is a poll of one hundred ninety four fund managers who represent five hundred and ninety two billion in assets more than forty percent of them say long. Bitcoin is the most crowded trade in the market. That's up from a little under thirty percent last month. Long tech and long. Es g both come in with over twenty percent of the vote as well short us treasuries even makes an appearance with around seven percent of the vote. This is getting some traction in the news because previous peaks have been associated with relative tops in other areas such as us treasuries in march of last year.

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Hyundai Recalls Over 390K Vehicles for Possible Engine Fires

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Hyundai Recalls Over 390K Vehicles for Possible Engine Fires

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Hyundai recalls over three hundred ninety thousand vehicles for possible engine fires Hyundai has announced three calls for more than three hundred ninety thousand vehicles in the U. S. and Canada due to two different fire dangers two hundred three thousand Santa Fe sport SUVs from twenty thirteen to twenty fifteen are being recalled because brake fluid can leak into the anti lock brake computer and cause an electrical short that can lead to fires owners are being told to park those vehicles outdoors away from structures until repairs are made the other recalls for nearly one hundred eighty seven thousand twenty nineteen and twenty twenty alon tras twenty nineteen through twenty twenty one corners and Veloster is all with two liter engine's piston rings on those vehicles may not have been properly heat treated hi Mike Crossey

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'Digital Gold': Visa Bets Big on Cryptocurrency

The Breakdown with NLW

02:03 min | 1 year ago

'Digital Gold': Visa Bets Big on Cryptocurrency

"What's going on guys. It is wednesday april twenty eight and today we're talking about recent comments from bcc. O- on crypto but first. Let's do the brief. I the brief today. Ilan pumps does again. Okay okay alone we get it you like. Does you think it would be hilarious. If does became the reserve currency of the intergalactic federation because nature loves irony. We understand but you can still choose to stop early this morning on tweeted the doj father. Snl may eighth now. You would think. At this point the ability for something like this to pump. The price of this mean coin would be nil but ono that is not the case. The thing is it doesn't matter that many other parts of the crypto industry now have prices that go up or down more or less based on things like broad trajectories macaroni arif's and market structure based reasons does is pure play on a me that means that the relevant game isn't what should happen. It's what do you expect. Other people think will happen right now. Alon tweeting about doj. Sending dodge's price up is the easiest reflexive medic bet in the market and it just keeps working does was up twenty percent over thirty one cents per coin and as an aside apparently does coin mining revenue is up like forty five hundred percent this year as well so anyways one other ilan related thing. Yesterday's episode was all about alternative takes on tesla's bitcoin selling well. I read another great one yesterday evening. From our sarah's who describes themselves as an ip slash corporate attorney who recently became a bitcoin maxi. It's a quick thread. So i'm going to just actually read right here. A short threat on tesla selling ten percent of their btc. The sale in order to demonstrate liquidity is a totally legitimate action. On their part. It looks as this move may have been premeditated by elon. Musk defanged shareholder derivative lawsuits. Master had the ability to announce their intention before buying and give their shareholders. Time to be bought out at a premium.

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Interview With Ylan Kazi of UnitedHealth Group

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

02:40 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Ylan Kazi of UnitedHealth Group

"So we always love having guests on our podcast because they bring such different and unique perspectives as we have mentioned if you've listened to our podcast in the past cognitive because research and education firm. So we do spend some podcasts interviewing guests and other podcasts key insights into the ai and cognitive technology market also explain how different industries are applying artificial intelligence. And so ron mentioned it's always great that We get to talk to people from so many industries because we get to see what's going on so our guest today were so excited to have us alon qazi who's vice president data science and machine learning at united health group high ilan. Thanks so much for joining us. You first we'd like to start by introducing yourself to our listeners. And tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at the united health group causey. And right now. I lead a team of data scientists at united health group. My team focuses on improving. Health outcomes for medicare members in using science in earnings focused on quality within healthcare. In terms of my background. I come from a little bit more non traditional background than the many of my peers. Those rules still action started off. My career in healthcare resulting. And i was mainly doing consulting with provider organizations and some healthcare. It consulting in there. I actually moved number. It's for a huge retailer. And i was working for their healthcare division a focusing a lot on different business analytics and really starting to Use different needs and from their got movie. Where for five and a half years. During that time. I've led many different types of not only data science teams but also different teams And a lot of what i know today was actually more than ten years ago to get into science at do a lot of that work on my own hired more data scientists along with just learning learning prevent irene very talented very hard.

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Is the New Space Race for High-Speed Internet Economically Viable?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Is the New Space Race for High-Speed Internet Economically Viable?

"The new space race is for high speed internet from low orbit but do the economics work from american public media. This is marketplace tech. I'm ali would. The white house is two trillion. Dollar infrastructure plan proposes a hundred billion dollars for broadband infrastructure. Right now however it's hard to get broadband two big parts of this country unless that infrastructure is in space low-earth orbit satellite constellations. Could bring high speed internet access to some of these areas. Alon musk's starlink is the best known but there are a few other companies in the mix. Starlink is in beta with about ten thousand

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A review of the book, Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

The Book Review

04:42 min | 1 year ago

A review of the book, Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

"Jones joins us now from brooklyn. New york is the editor in chief of vanity fair magazine and this week she reviews the new novel by couso shapiro. Clara and the sun ra. Thanks for being here. Hi thanks for having me so for those who are not aware. Rodica is still one of us. We think you're at the new york times. She was formerly the editorial director of the books. Dusk before working at vanity fair. Where you've been now for more than three years right yet just a little over three years. What is it like doing that. Job in quarantine. We're so used to it now. I know so year. Old question is feels unless normal which i never thought i'd say but i will tell you this week. We released our hollywood issue which is traditionally an enormous photo production to create a three panel. Gate fold cover and it's a big group portrait so obviously in the age of group. Portrait's are rather challenging and unsafe and so we decided we needed an artist. Who would be up for the challenge. So we enlisted. Maurizio cuddle alon and pierpaolo ferrari. The italian conceptual artists to do a remote shoot with ten people. They ended up photographing people remotely over ten days on four continents all through laptops and you know very small local sets and it was really an amazing feat and so with every issue with every day covering the news. We are finding our way. I have to say. I don't know how it's been for you. But you know there's something about having new boundaries and new challenges that that pushes you to be creative and innovative. And i feel like that's what my team has been able to do. So it has felt very much like a journey. But i've been really really pleased with how creative we've been able to be and still sort of fulfilling that core purpose of entity fair to cover a range of entertainment reporting investigative reporting political reporting and iconic photography. And all of the stuff that we do best all right. I'm asking a superficial question. And i'll followed by deep one. It has to be slightly less glamorous. And i'm assuming that there's no vanity fair oscars party this year. I want you to know that for this podcast. I'm wearing my fancy sweatpants there in the rotation. it's our tradition to celebrate the oscars and and we are finding ways will find a way to do that this year. That is safe and respectful. It's an interesting year for the academy as well because even though movie theaters have been closed for most of the time and it's obviously been really challenging to get films out there. There has also been an explosion of actually really fantastic cinema and again presented in sort of innovative ways. And i know the academy wants to really celebrate that talent and so we are going to figure out ways to do that on our part as well all right. I promised i'd follow it up with a deep question. I don't know if it's steep but it's a literary question those of us here. At the time. I think all leaders of vanity fair and know that you are at heart very much A literary percent of book person. What has your year of reading been like in quarantine. I know you're usually at least part of at least one book club. Have you been having trouble concentrating on books. Have you found books to be refuge. What's it been like for you. I am ashamed to say that my reading at least for my comfort level has fallen off a cliff. So which is why. I was so delighted to get this assignment to review issue. Gross new novel because he is one of my favorite favorite living writers. And i am a complete us. I have read all of his works and will continue to read and reread them. As long as i live so that was wonderfully focusing and it was an opportunity to sit not only with the new novel but with so much of his former work and really think about it. But it's been tough. I don't know i mean i. I feel like for a lot of readers out there. It's been tough to focus. And i think that the thing that made a difference for me. Oddly enough was that. Because i was no longer commuting to work. I lost that staple commuting time which i realized. In retrospect is when i did a lot of my reading but it's that i do lead a book club of incredibly wonderful astute readers all women who work or have worked on wall street and so with them. At least i've been keeping up a minimum a reading activity. We just met last week. Actually and discussed martin mrs novel london. And we have a of great books lined up for our next meeting.

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"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"You'll see more of that in the Just because the barriers to entry higher. And it's going to be nuances across naga. So it's not a one size fits all but i think it's entirely possible to believe that everything you doing customers gonna love because that's part of being a business like people you want. People have that belief you want people to say. Oh bill staying at is the best thing since loss bread and look at all the great stuff it does. She'll get lava and a drink Time in economy right. So this is where the psychology real will comes in. And that's that's where i'm convert into a purely analytical process. Yep well it's kind of funny because you you almost sound like australians are different. Because we've been in this perpetual growth mode for such a long period of time. But i gotta say here. In the states you see so many companies who still don't understand the value of their product. They still throw in features because they think it's cooler or they would like it or the engineer is like that or whatever it happens to be and so it's the exact same problem it isn't i don't think it's unique to you. Guys has their own nuances The the us sizes incredible. I as you can imagine how much easier it is to get into an organizational Construct with is so big that unless you have a guiding framework has made the decision but we will price on value and everything will be done in custody economics and this is what it practically means. The net is not account route misinterpretation. It's riser. a business can get absolutely enormous in without that guiding principles one business gets really excited engineer. to have lines it and suddenly that becomes disconnected for marketing and these things can add rights. It's entirely. is it. Totally possible know without any deliberate edited getting that mix. I think that's a really nice. Thought i would bet you. There's less than two dozen companies that do that.

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"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"But you're actually done this allows you figured out normally is right there in the ideal since they hire you before they go build all those features to say what's the value of the product. You would that is the ideal ryan Interesting economy to just view Casa the us. I think it's been windy nine thirty years since we had a recession. And now we have the About if you're eating management outside of the Have ups and downs with sectors. Basically at a macro level had unbroken on growth for an incredibly long amount of time right. Basically the thomson of many people's careers and so it's entirely possible to get a new career where you've only operated in rosemont you've always added features added skews added things order to demonstrate the growth of the business that you're operating announcement comes in and says agnes in utilised often not cousins. Really care very hot. Justify you know one of the ways that you've stood the alternatives. The customers have an odd pushing. They haven't necessarily had to face into that before. It's a very Very significant shift in the. Yeah it's kind of interesting. Because i would think that even even if you're on a slow growth or a reasonable growth economy on a regular basis. You still want to win. Which means you want to do better than your competition. Which means you understand what's valuable to.

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"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"Up two interesting concepts that i often think of as being separate and i'd love to get your opinion on this or i should say being opposite. It feels to me like there are two types of pricing people techniques and one technique. I'll call analytics where i'm going to go through and i'm gonna crush the numbers and i'm going to find the deals. Where we we sold at below average price for the volume and we want to move those deals up and and the other side. I'll call value and that's where we teach the sales people what value looks like to a customer. And we're having a conversation we're actually selling value and not just a here's the price of the product. And here's what delivery looks like things like that. And i look at those two very different things. Do you see them as opposites. Do you see as simpatico complimentary. This is the problem with pricing love. Different ways to interpret anything on a big believer in is selling value but you may not understand what value is in the eyes of the customer and this is probably the biggest problem the big organizations face right. Once you'll begin off it's very hot understand how a is interpreted Use those foreign and what it means into their own and so module is we always still own value but we need to make sure we understand what that actually means not from customers you consultant y'all get cold in because the client thinks that price is being discounted too much and selling value but when he would describe value they kinda uptick related or they'll come with also seems a very hot actually value just to the you know one of the exercise will do the beginning of one of these engagements. Is you try to me. Explain to me why by you've us have headed and they'll come up with things that might be nice but a very hot day on justify a manufactured here it's also to. We've got this consistency of some engineering thing. That doesn't understand. Ryan right having those conversations in terms of the customs economics at in nevada having the conversation in terms of knowing what the customer can do alternative..

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"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"I think that was one of the nice things that is difficult in insulting even when we do value share agreements and things like that is not the same as being at the negotiating table below being ronald Making the decision your advising designing but then like most consultants on someone irrational and. I missed the chaos of consulting and so after he is. I went back into now ahead. Lloyd strategies processing things also. There's always some interesting in random things you get to get involved in solving his fascinating industry now. The best thing about consulting. I think is that you see so many different situations opportunities. So you're gonna really broad perspective and then when you go apply it in a specific company now you get to do the execution part to see at work and go do something and so. It's both of them. Are losses could see why you'd go back and forth. If you could so nice. When i asked you what you were passionate about you said pricing consistency. I might have guesses on what you mean by that but tell me what you mean when you say pricing consistency thought of working all nine league. This is the way to walk going to do the math. And they'll figure out this is the white price would be said on these rules that you're gonna gonna negotiate down ben. it'll just execute it really well. Because iran aligned. And it's all go off and that's not realistic at all. I realized that was naive. So what. I gained an appreciation for a time. Was you might good strategy by. It's not supported by overwriting model able has kind of gotten around the and then you monitoring the execution of that and it results in a consistent and Frontline doesn't mean anything ryan so we spending a lot more time these days making certain double got that data consistency just getting the value. Add will thinking very often organization what they need to do them on a little bit of getting through some of the decisions opening some numeric accuracy on the decisions that consistency is really hot. Being particularly.

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"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"alon" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"Make it easy. And this is the hottest thing in pricing right. So let's assume you're entirely on board with value based pricing. You'll thinking about getting the consistency. It'll stop the simple. You can make your pricing without losing being valuables the better copies for closures on my proposal senate principal now. Let's see how much were goes. Varney base things. Don't condone us. Welcome to impact pricing the podcast where we discussed pricing value and the consistent relationship between them. I'm more starting today. Our guest is alon ellis. Here are three things you want to know about along before we start. He is a partner at monitor. Deloitte's that's impressive. He went from industry to consulting to industry to consulting. That might be an interesting conversation. And he's training for a half ironman and you should see how buffy looks welcome on. I'm also the beginning of podcast. This is going to be tough. It's gonna be really tough training. How did you get into pricing. All a curiosity Decide what with prostrating is our moving kid Holiday get your like a mock it in some faraway plays in. Everyone's blogging something to it. But it's an interesting problem Pricing means everything. Everything makes pricing and that to me. I find interesting. I stand off a very weird little startup. the auto and home insurance price division which has been a mouthful and not that interesting like barbecue. Talk bit is interesting because we basically had one way of doing things fall a very very complicated high dada volume ceo and the idea at rice and basically got into that found fascinating and we went through all these different Battling the us in uk doing Helping them taking into account lifetime value and rossi last city make very most sophisticated pricing decisions. So would it be fair to say that you are helping insurance companies. Move away from a cost plus type pricing mechanism more to a value based pricing..

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Abbianca Makoni, independent producer, on documenting UK women gangs

Journalism.co.uk podcast

07:11 min | 2 years ago

Abbianca Makoni, independent producer, on documenting UK women gangs

"You've got the documentary gun. Goals coming out on the first of february corrects. Why don't you stop by just telling us a little bit more about that documentary. And as of what's to come there so this solution-focused documentary samson i essentially spark to those on the front line of this issue so from the grocery charities. Those who training police teaches on also the victim survivors as well. Who go to them are now trying to give back to youth and trying to draw. Young girls On boys out of crime and criminal activity so it just looking at okay. This is the issue this is about is but what is being done and what can be done essentially on dogs we hit Solutions and ideas means by about how we can do. Better essentially lows of questions come to mind of course but it's a constant an easy time to explore this with with what's happening in the world. How did how did covert kind of affect the documentary coming together. It definitely did affect it. Of course with the restrictions are times where we Some point will. I can be able to go and film this We have to via zoom. How we're gonna get you to be able to do the interview by. Luckily we actually started filming a documentary at the start of last year so we started around february and then some of the film was around march so other covid with here in the uk. It wasn't as bad as as it is now and the restrictions one as well as i guess so over the fact that you're a multimedia journalists with the evening standard. The documentary has nothing to do with the evening standard. You chosen to independently while working with sampson followed zone of course as executive producer and editor. Why did you choose to pursue this story in such small numbers. I've always loved broadcast. I guess telling stories visually and particularly on this issue in this area. This is something i. i'm very passionate about reports. Crime in knife crime in the post. But i guess i really wanted to work with someone who i was very familiar with. I've known some simple years now. And i know that this is something he also wanted to explore and again a subject matter a. He's the media with as well. Gt know where he grew up in how he grew up. And i think that's how they came to light before you know what we are too young creatives who have a passion for this issue on something that you know although affects everyone it also affects our community will. Let's do it. let's get up. Let's see what we can do together and bring the topic back into the limelight. Could you have explored this with the evening standard. Like with your day job if you wanted to. I definitely think so. I mean the evening star. They have an amazing video team. That i'm sure would have been able to do an amazing job With this project. But i think again with everything happening nineteen and then with politics brexit the us. They just so much attention going in different areas. Where i think. That's another thing. Which i guess i thought about and i thought you know what the news extremely busy right now. I'll with so many different things. This is something that i can. I guess also do on my own. I think i've mentioned. I am a self usa so with some of the videos i did self she on my own which meant that. It did allow me to do not depend on too many people so that the project could actually happen and we didn't have the delays columbine easy doing this in what must be limited spare time you you mentioned. Start to get the star of last year. Journalists are obviously well known for boehner. The candle at both ends taught me about is a honestly. I was always tired. Because of course idea what i was using my weekends saw straight off to my shift then like sailed all night. It's absolutely crazy but again when you are passionate about something when attacking very sensitive sore you're gonna give it your all and i think janice ala's walled anyway so staying up too late. It wasn't anything new to me. But again because i knew that a lot of these victims of i was saying like look. You know we've been trying to get this more in alignment they so many things you want to talk about the also about how cova has exacerbated a few of the issue so the fact that you're doing this really grateful and just hearing those things as well it does make you wanna keep pushing And using your free time to ensure that the project does get done so but it was definitely odd. It was a Walking basically seven days a week basically. But yeah i can see your passion warrants this story so close to home. While few years. I did leave the frightened to knife crime and i guess you know the issue of knife crime itself. It's something that is definitely a meeting the a whole just london but i think some people until it gets close to home. That's when you really realize how bad it is. I guess Lost my friends. I thought he just meant wearing a few young people in getting involved. more youth committees workshops. Basically trying to help Those that might be out of education all at high risk of gang life. And i guess when your communicates me about some of these children. You're hearing that going through in your hearing what they see on a day to day basis and it is one young man who was fifteen at the time who told me that he seen people get stopped in the face. And you're thinking so young and you've just experienced the west thing. So i think that is what has i guess. Giving me this passion and this is to ensure that we all highlighting some of the issues around crime as a whole and how. It's affecting young people in particular more condolences. Ibm i'm sorry to hear about fine. Listen this is a topic clearly. With a lot of sensitivities and considerations going in in a broader sense we've seen this trend of journalists going independent albeit on their own publications. And that's not specifically what you're doing here. But when i've spoken to them they've said that you know i wouldn't want to do something to in depth investigative because i don't have the the gut check that comes with perhaps a full editorial tame. Did you think about that going in that having such small numbers when you are going to be exploring something so sensitive and and ethically challenging of course i think a lot of my friends at his friends are very supportive throughout this whole I guess process while i was continuously checking in on them. And if i ever had any question it was like okay. You know what. I'm doing this documentary and know how to go about this and how to go about that and i think With some of the country the documentary. I'd watch them previously anyway. Whether it was like a youth event so there was a lot of trust that had been built. Because again added john honest. I try to be well connected with a guest different communities us that when you saw stopped topics they know they can trust you if they ever have a question or a query. They're very quick to tell you. Well how are you going to do this in high do that. Don't shy away from also challenging you and ask you how you're going to go outside and

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Amber Alert issued for missing Houston-area 1-year-old boy

Houston's Morning News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Amber Alert issued for missing Houston-area 1-year-old boy

"Story Police looking for a one year old from pair land the subject of of an an amber amber alert. alert. His His name name is is J. J. Von Von Simpson Simpson taken taken by by his his mother, mother, Jada Jada Williams, Williams, believed believed to to be be driving driving a a 2017 2017 Hyundai Hyundai Alon Alon Tre. Tre. With With paper paper tags. The Texas Center for the Missing says the mother has threatened to hurt herself and

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Texas governor says companies moving headquarters to the state has turned into a 'tidal wave'

CNBC's Fast Money

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Texas governor says companies moving headquarters to the state has turned into a 'tidal wave'

"Alright we have big news here coming out of oracle this hour the company just announcing it is moving its headquarters from silicon valley to austin texas joining us now on the fast line is texas governor greg. Abbott governor abbot. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you melissa. Honor to be with you. so now. it's oracle before was Tesla's cyber truck factory and elon. Musk himself personally. Moving to texas. What are you doing to attract these companies tax breaks. Here's i i would say. This is big news unto itself but in in context of everything else. You talked about elon. Musk you talked about tesla. Remember we just had the announcement about hewlett packard enterprise. We also just had the announcement last month about the fortune. Five hundred company. Cbre living headquarters to And then Next month we have the formal opening of the charles. Schwab headquarters moved to the dallas area. And so this has turned into an absolute tidal wave for some their businesses that have had operations here and they've enjoyed the operations here. Oracle has had a thirty seven acre campus in austin texas for several years. Now i've been dealing with separate cats for more than a decade now Suffered i have a good relationship But of course it moving business headquarters is more than just that one relationship. They are looking for a state. And that gives them the independence autonomy and the freedom to chart their own course in those are word to us is us about people like separate has used by people like you know. Alon is elated to be here nina. Talk on virtually a weekly basis and he loves the freedom that he has in texas whether it be worst space x other enterprises that he is involved in. I'm sure he loves the lower tax rate as well as many other entrepreneurs do governor abbot. It's funny because back in. May i spoke to governor gavin newsom california and. I asked him if he was worried about elon. Musk leaving california in any way shape or form and he said that he was not worried at all should he be. Are you on the phone with other. Silicon valley companies. Courting their business. I've been on the phone. A weekly basis with ceos across the country. And it's not just california there. There are other states. And i'm sure that you guys have seen that i've been in negotiations with the nasdaq with companies that do business with the nasdaq and our trading operations. And so we're we're working across the board because the times of kobe have exposed a lot. They've exposed the ability that you really don't have to be in manhattan for example in order to be involved in the trading business or the investment business We're getting a lot of investment Leaders from the new york region new jersey region as well as from the california region. They're moving to the state of texas and that's just the investment sector the tech sector et cetera. So cost of business means a lot. No income tax means a lot but also the freedom to operate without the heavy hand of regulation means a lot

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White House Offers $916 Billion Stimulus Proposal, Cutting Jobless Benefits

Squawk Pod

02:39 min | 2 years ago

White House Offers $916 Billion Stimulus Proposal, Cutting Jobless Benefits

"Show. That price tag is pretty close to the framework that bipartisan group of lawmakers have been trying to hash out over the past week but there is one crucial difference. The white house plan includes another round of direct checks. Were six hundred dollars per cent whereas it pays for that by getting rid of the three hundred dollars a week boosted unemployment benefits. That's in that bipartisan framework. A senior white house aide tells me that the checks are a high priority for the president. Democratic leadership called the trade acceptable but the politics of this do not breakdown cleanly along party lines there are democrats like senator bernie sanders and congresswoman ilhan omar who were trying to rally support around direct payments and there are republicans. Like senator josh hawley. Who are calling for direct payments. That are double the size that are in the white house plant now. Lawmakers have given themselves until december eighteenth to try to reach some sort of agreement. And if they don't senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell has suggested a fallback plan and that is to get rid of the things that they don't agree on including liability protections in state and local aid. And just pass the things that they do agree on guys. It's interesting that the right kind of bipartisanship would you say alon. We'll take any well. The question here is. Is there enough support around the direct checks at the expense of something else. I think the democrats would be happy to added another round of direct checks at six hundred dollars a person but they're not willing to do that at the expense of something else. And if you add that in there the price tag steadily starts to creep up there and maybe you're at a trillion dollars or so or maybe even a little bit more that becomes an uncomfortable place for republicans so once again. You're back at that jigsaw puzzle and trying to figure out what is the right mix of policies that can pass and at the end of the day. Mcconnell's suggestion may be the one that carries the most water. You know just go for a barebones super skinny package if you will And go home for the holidays and then let this fight be taken back up again once. There is a new president sitting in the white house and a new dynamic perhaps on capitol hill But right now. Negotiations are incredibly muddy. And it's unclear which of these ideas if any of them is going to win out alon just trying to think through the numbers on this. I mean even if we're talking about a skinny bill that mcconnell is now sounding like he's endorsing if you get rid of the liabilities which didn't have any funding behind it. I think if you get rid of the state and local government. I think the last i saw that number was around one hundred sixty billion dollars. You're still talking

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How to watch SpaceX’s first high-altitude Starship test on Tuesday

Geek News Central

01:34 min | 2 years ago

How to watch SpaceX’s first high-altitude Starship test on Tuesday

"If you buy your computer tomorrow and don't have to be doing dedicated. Work space x first high altitude now. This is being required on thursday. So if it's if you listening this after friday at nine am eastern too late but spacex first high altitude starship test. Could weather permitting happened tuesday. They're going to send the starship prototype thirty thousand feet in the air so this is much bigger leap. That s an eight prototype is on the launch pad in boca chica. Texas and spacex is. Confirm this its first. High altitude test could take place as soon as tuesday is elon. Musk probably described. The test will see the starship reach as high is fifteen kilometers. Fif thousand feet. A live stream of the event on youtube is set to become available. Seventy m and the extra time in the test is dynamic. Okay so maybe not at nine. Am so seventy m. excuse me seventy of texas time. Let me click on this goes. There was a link. I think it was nine. Am eastern which makes sense So alon must've things taking a little longer and So yeah so it starts at nine. Am my time. I just set a reminder on it. So i watch on youtube so You can go over to n. Gadget if you want to get that if you're watching live right now if you don't wait for the show notes but again space x first high altitude starship launched a good good good good luck on them

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SpaceX's first high-altitude Starship test could happen Tuesday

Geek News Central

01:34 min | 2 years ago

SpaceX's first high-altitude Starship test could happen Tuesday

"You buy your computer tomorrow and don't have to be doing dedicated. Work space x first high altitude. This is being required on thursday. So if it's if you listening this after friday at nine am eastern too late but spacex first high altitude starship test. Could weather permitting happened tuesday. They're going to send the starship prototype. Fifty thousand feet in the air. So this is much bigger leap. That s an eight prototype is on the launch pad in boca chica. Texas and spacex is. Confirm this its first. High altitude test could take place as soon as tuesday is elon. Musk probably described. The test will see the starship reach as high is fifteen kilometers. Fif the thousand feet. A live stream of the event on youtube is set to become available. Seventy m and the extra time in the test is dynamic. Okay so maybe not at nine. Am so seventy m. excuse me seventy of texas time. Let me click on this goes. There was a link. I think it was nine. Am eastern which makes sense So alon must've things taking a little longer and So yeah so at nine. Am my time. I just set a reminder on it. So i watch on youtube so You can go over to n. Gadget if you want to get that if you're watching live right now if you don't wait for the show notes but again space x first high altitude starship launched a good good good good luck on them

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Southwest Airlines Pushes to Expand Amid Pandemic Pressures

WSJ What's News

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Southwest Airlines Pushes to Expand Amid Pandemic Pressures

"The pandemic has devastated demand for air travel in response. Many airlines have pulled back offering fewer flights cutting jobs and rewriting the route maps yet. During all of this upheaval one carrier stands out. Southwest airlines is taking aggressive steps to expand. It's a high stakes gamble but southwest is betting. It'll help the company emerged from the pandemic stronger than before. Let's take a look at the company. Strategy and wide sky competitor's talking with the journals ala's insider who covers the airline industry for us. Hi allison it's always good to have you here. Thanks for having me so. Allison we should be clear. Southwest is facing plenty of struggles revenue in the third. Quarter is down. It's burning cash and it still dealing with the seven. Three seven max which won't return to service for a while yet but at the same time it's adding cities like palm springs. California steamboat springs colorado. It's also moving into big airports like chicago. O'hare is well. how can this be. yes definitely. there's no airline that has really escaped. The devastating impact of the pandemic and south west is no exception on track to lose money this year. You know really for the first time in in other breaking a forty seven year streak. It's a huge deal for the company. And they're talking about and seriously considering furloughs also for the first time in their history so you know. This is really unprecedented for them. But the strategy of being opportunistic a downturn. That's not that's not unusual for them. That's something they've done time and again in the past in sort of how they've grown throughout their history so in some ways it's it's not surprising to see them doing that again. Okay let's get into specifics. What's the strategy. What opportunity does southwest see here how they explained it was that the way their network is now. They have multiple flights day all of these cities. And that's been you know offering. That kind of schedule is sort of a big advantage for them but now that demand is down so much they just don't need to be offering five six seven flights a day in some of these places so they it means they have extra planes in extra people they need to deploy somewhere else so they sort of looked all over the country in thought like work and we really quickly move. That would kind of help bring in revenue right away for us. And that's how they picked some of these new cities as you mentioned. Southwest may break its profitability streak yet. It does have a lot of things working in its favor. It has less debt and lower costs compared to its rivals southwest. It's hard to say. Any airline is well positioned right now but southwest came into this crisis with a lot of advantages and they had a lot less debt than some of their biggest rivals so even though they've taken on a lot of debt during the pandemic they still they still have more cash than debt which is pretty rare position to be in for an and that's something that sort of gives them a little bit of a cushion and a little bit of flexibility to try things or the rivals like spirit and allegiant watching they offer low fares and find opportunities at empty your airports and is this. A big risk for south west. I was definitely watching. United executive sort of said at o'hare you know. They said we have the high grounds and they're not too worried from from what they said. But you know there are so few people traveling right now in the recovery expected to be so rocky. I i really think airlines are just competing over every passenger one. Great example of that is how the big airlines like united and american delta. Have done away with cheney's or most domestic changes. Anyway you know. That was a huge selling point for south west for years. So that's something that's going to make the competition even more heated. So what could that mean for travelers more options more competitive fares. Yes i mean over the course of its history. Southwest going into a market often brought fares down significantly and sort of got new people brought new people into traveling and something that the department of transportation once called the southwest effect. So i always tends to increase competition and bring down fares when a new entrant jumps into a market alison insider covers the airline industry for the wall street journal. Allison thanks so

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