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2020s MedTech Innovation Winner with Paul Grand of MedTech Innovator
"Hey welcome back. Outcomes rocket listeners and viewers glad you have tune in again today. I have the privilege of having to guests one. He's a repeat offender here on the podcast. A good friend of mine paul grand. He's the founder and ceo medic innovator. They're the premier nonprofit accelerator in the metric industry that really seeks to improve the lives of patients by advancing companies poised to transform the healthcare system and also on the podcast. We have annalisa samarra. She's the c o rayo's who will actually the winner of midtech challenge and we're gonna dive into how that happened. And what that means but misnomer brings over twenty years experience working with startups in different capacities including biomedical research. Venture capital technology transfer operations and more in. Her interest is leaning startups. It really stems from ortho. Cell technologies a medical device company. She co founded in two thousand five obviously is passionate about making healthcare. Better hydrocephalus is what she's tackling with radios and you'll learn a little bit more about what they're doing at that company through annalisa so i wanna just start off by thanking both of you for being with us today. Thank you for having a saw It's great to be back on the outcomes rocket and it gets some time with you as always so. Let's check guys. It was a long run. We were together in february. In fact paul annalisa like we were in the same room. We recorded some interviews. It was fun. The energy was high and here. We are in october. And you know it's eight months later. The contest is over. Why don't you give us a summary of what happened paul. And some highlights and then we could lead into annalisa and and some of her insights sure yet. Thanks saw i mean. It's hard to believe that was eight months ago in some ways it seems like two months ago in some ways it seems like three years ago all the events the pandemic and everything. It's been happening since then. We are fortunate to be there in chicago or in person right before things got bad with covid and we had to go fully virtual on rested at road tour. So yeah what's happened to between we went through the process of evaluating over a thousand companies meeting with a couple of hundred person. We then move onto an incredibly fruitful. But you know challenging in many ways program where we do what we do every year arena. We find all this incredible companies. We partner them up with some of the leading strategic and providers and other people in our industry as mentors and advisors and we run this program that we typically do. We've been doing now for six years as a virtual accelerator but we depend on a lot of big in person events as well so that one february is one of the last ones that we got to do this year in person and we had to do everything else virtually but when incredibly well we selected fifty companies in our main program who were part of the primary toward and then we had another twelve companies on top of that that were just part of pediatric. Track for fifteen companies total that were part of the pediatric program and we had another twenty companies in asia pacific so Running a lot of stuff A lot of programs. And it's literally nonstop. Since i you in bed worry. Having taken a break there's the notifications has been no arrest. I haven't been reorganized and finally get vacation though. I mean it's over right or well. No i Was the first weekend actually kind of rest. A little bit still running that asia-pacific program that runs for another month until it's finals and we saw value competition coming up value word during midtech strategist conference in november. So we had a lot more to do still an. We're opening up applications for mid second beater. But i guess the last thing. I'll say when and we can dig into some more details that we've managed to pull it all off we slough some radical companies. Who just blew us away this year. Not only as they always do with their technology in their teams more passion and the way in which they're coming things being able to do that during a pandemic was kind of clean boggling. At how well these dumpings are executing you know no one is like hanging up their shingle and saying well and to go Go to start a farm or something. During the pandemic everybody is just executing and finding creative ways to do that and some have been accelerated as a result. So it's been tremendous were thrilled. I wish i could say it was time for vacation but i'll get one eventually. That's awesome man. I mean to work through the pandemic and in february i mean none of this pandemic was even in sight. I mean at least for me. I was like we were running. We were having a great time over there. Shaking hands and hugging. It wasn't until right. It was only a couple of weeks later that it's right like looking getting a little wider. What we're staying here and starting to look at each other going to keep doing this stuff you know in person. I remember the very beginning of march. We had another event at ucla and And people were that event. We're gonna look around going like. Is this totally separate. One of our partners didn't come to that event because they said that their corporate headquarters at stop travel and we thought that was really strange. Where like you can't fly from san jose to l. a. This is crazy by a week later. Like i was doing so the big one was when hams cancelled. Yeah oh wow. That was the real.
"annalisa" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast
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Election Officials Declare Winners in Two New York Democratic Primaries After Federal Judge Finds Voters Disenfranchised
"Of Election certified the results of the June 23rd primary earlier today. It comes one day after a federal judge issued an order directing board of elections across the state. To re examine their absentee ballot totals to consider votes tossed out for missing a postmark as long as they were received by June 25th. It's just the latest twist in New York's pandemic primary, which saw a tenfold increase in the number of absentee ballots, compared to 2016. Joining us now W. N Y City Hall and politics reporter Bridget Bergen Ridge it let's start with what happened today. The Board of Election certified the results of a primary that took place six weeks ago. That means they finished counting. But why did it take so long? Jamie, You said it right there that we saw that tenfold increase in the number of absentee ballots. People really were taking advantage of this expanded absentee ballot system that Governor Cuomo Did through executive order because of the pandemic, and then the counting process associated with it was very methodical. You know. Absentee ballots can be rejected for a lot of reasons. Missing signatures were among the biggest issues, but Another issue. We first reported here at WNYC and Gothamist was related to ballots invalidated for missing postmarks. Two candidates and 14 voters sued the state Board of Elections and Governor Cuomo, arguing that voters were being disenfranchised through no fault of their own due to missing postmarks. Absentee ballots needed to be postmarked by June 23rd and arrive at the board of Elections by June 30th to count and there was a big decision in that case late last night. Give us a quick overview of that lawsuit. Last week, there was a two day evidentiary hearing where witnesses testified about how the Board of elections handled this flood of absentee ballots and how the United States Post office process them. Some of what we learned was pretty shocking. Like the fact that the Board of elections dropped off more than 34,000 ballots to the post office to mail to voters the day before the primary. That meant voters would need to get that ballot in the mail on June 23rd rushed to a post office box before five if they had any chance of mailing it with a postmark. To make it eligible. And beyond that, there was evidence introduced that showed that more ballots in Brooklyn were invalidated for missing postmarks than in any other borough. Wow. Then tell us more about the ruling issued last night. So Judge Annalisa Torahs presided over this case in the southern district. She found the plaintiff's arguments more persuasive that ballots were in fact treated differently in different parts of the city. She ordered the New York State Board of Elections to direct all local boards to count otherwise valid absentee ballots, missing postmarks as long as they were received by June 25th 2 days after the primary. She also criticized the state's argument that it didn't intentionally disenfranchise voters where they basically pointed to failures by the post office and tried to place the blame on them. She wrote quote. The Constitution is not so toothless. When voters have been provided with absentee ballots image assured that their votes on those ballots will be counted. The state cannot ignore a later discovered a systemic problem that arbitrarily renders those ballots invalid. What does it mean Bridget that the city Board of Election certified the election results? Isn't that a violation of the judge's order? Well. The city also directed its staff in each borough to prepare to count the ballots that qualify under the judge's order. And they said, they're just awaiting direction from the state Board of elections to go ahead and do that. Okay, so assuming the order stands, could it change the outcome of any Racists? You know, is one of the plaintiffs lawyers, Remmy Green said at a press conference this morning. We don't know what we don't know yet certainly one of the plaintiffs Raj Patel, who is a candidate in New York's 12th Congressional District, which covers parts of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. He's hopeful that this will help because he's currently trailing Carolyn Maloney abi about 3700 votes, but at this point, it's not really clear there are enough votes to change that race. However, there could be other races and other parts of the state that we don't know about. And one of the plaintiff interveners in this case, Maria Coffer who ran for District leader AA position in Queens. She only lost two City council member Karen Causal. It's by about 100 boats, so we'll see if there's anything that changes their 100 votes. Wow. What was the reaction from the State Board of Elections have they signaled any plans to appeal? So I have yet to hear from anyone from the State Board of Elections or the New York Attorney general's office who is representing the state. In this matter. I will note that one of the attorneys for the plaintiffs basically warned the state and governor Cuomo against appealing. Here's attorney, Ali Nagy. Me. Governor Cuomo. Your legacy is on the line. If you will peel this, you'll lose in the appeal, and you will be another second round suppressor votes, and that is not what the governor needs. Now, if the state did appeal, obviously, that matter would go before the Court of Appeals, and it's worth noting. Earlier this summer, this same judge Analisa Torres ruled against the state Board of elections. In another election law case, she overturned their decision to cancel the Democratic presidential primary. That case went before the Court of Appeals and her ruling stands.
"annalisa" Discussed on KCBS All News
"KCBS Annalisa call Ross with continued high unemployment in California but jobs are beginning to come back antibodies protect you from covert nineteen but a new study suggests that that protection may not last long we're gonna take a deeper look in about two minutes good evening I'm Patty rising along with Jeff bell case CBS news time six thirty one CBS news update more than a hundred nineteen thousand Americans have died from the corona virus since the pandemic began and there are troubling increases in infections at least twenty states including Florida which recorded a record thirty two hundred plus new cases yesterday WFOR TV Jo Marie the governor did acknowledge the spike in corona virus cases today but he says there is no cause for alarm because it is hitting people who are much younger and not likely to require hospitalization the global death toll is more than four hundred and fifty nine thousand and World Health Organization director Dr Tadros Gabrielle who says the outbreak is entering a new and dangerous phase the pandemic is accelerating more than one hundred fifty thousand new cases of Kobe nineteen would be ported to W. yesterday the most in a single day so far CBS news update on Pam Coulter KCBS news time six thirty two our news watch continues as the corona virus pandemic continues a lot of questions about the virus and its immunity remain up in the air now a new study published in the journal nature medicine suggests the corona virus antibodies may only last a few months it might differ among people who did it and did not show symptoms joining us with more on the KCBS ring central news line now is Dr William Shafter professor of preventive medicine at Vanderbilt University School of medicine Dr Schachter as always we very much appreciate your time help us understand the implications of these findings hello Jeff but it's an early study but none the less a bit of a caution light one that we might have anticipated the protection that you get after you've had covert may begin to wane over a period of months and it looks as though the people who recover from more serious disease probably had longer protection than the folks who had milder disease or had no symptoms whatsoever that has precedence in other infections occasionally but it's not the it's not the last word it's the first study we need more information but so far I think we can be happy that a genuine second infection documented has not yet been reported I wanted to ask you about that because there were earlier reports in in March that people had become re infected they were outside the United States so there's no definitive answer whether or not that can in fact occur it hasn't yet happened petty those were misinterpreted early studies so so far it looks as though at least in the short term people are indeed protected the question is for how long and of course that has implications for vaccines if we get a vaccine and get some protection it may last only a period of time but of course we know about vaccines that you have to get booster doses periodically what if anything can we learn by looking at antibodies associated with sars and mers harden murders were related viruses you can think of them as cousins to this virus and so we can get some information from them but this one is such a distinctive virus we better focus solely on this one at the moment you know you were talking about how long vaccines last and there are some that we get boosters but when I think of the childhood immunizations I got I always think it late last your whole life yes and those with the easy quick vaccines to make I mean we get two doses of measles vaccine when we're children and you're protected for life but we have a tetanus booster that we ought to get about every ten years and of course with flu we should roll up our sleeves annually the Dutch shepherd before we let you go we'd be remiss not to ask you about some of the alarming numbers that are coming out today about spikes in many states in in their new cases how concerned are you about what you're seeing unconcerned I think everybody in public health and infectious diseases is concerned we're opening up but as we've all said you have to do that carefully not carelessly and I think there's a little bit too much why the V. they're people who don't want to wear the masks and I've forgotten about social distancing you know we're moving into a new normal and this covert virus has not taken the summer holiday always great to talk to you thank you so much that's Dr William Shatner he's a professor of preventive medicine at Vanderbilt Vanderbilt University School of medicine case CBS news time six thirty six in less than three minutes investors can update a crash on six eighty in San Jose local hardware folks the world's best dads deserve the best father's day gifts and case is the best place to find them we have a great collection of brands dad's trust like outdoor.
Analisa & Kweilin
"Has budged much over the last fifteen years. Globally women participate less in the workplace that men. They're more likely to work a low pay job and juggle their career with unpaid work as primary home caregivers. There are fewer women in politics and one in three women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Work needs to be done both internationally and at home and at least says and Queen Ellen groups are both trying to close the gap coiling is a senior partner at Mckinsey where she leads. Gender Equality Research. She advises Fortune Five. Hundred companies on how to improve WORKFORCE DIVERSITY. Annalisa is the CEO and founder of Women Spear a platform that boosts female leadership innovation and entrepreneurship. She serves as a commissioner of the women's Refugee Commission in this episode. The pair discussed why gender equality is not a zero sum game how we can encourage future. Generations of workers to champion women's empowerment and what companies can do to attract and maintain a diverse workplace. They are women. Dare you know I grew up in the Philippines. I had really strong female role models my mother my grandmothers. We had a female President Corazon Aquino when I was growing up and I grew up as an empowered girl you know part of the Ywca of Manila's one of their team leaders. When I was thirteen and a started organizing leadership conferences for girls when I was eighteen and then so when I left the Philippines to come to school I left Venus. This empowered girl and then I went to Mongolia College. Which is the first ever and oldest college for Women in America which has a strong tradition if educating female leaders that would change the world and right out of college and I was working at Goldman Sachs. I was sparked of launching the Investment Banking Women's Network for Goldman and so all of these experiences. Really you know allowed me to appreciate the importance of having strong female role models in women leaders all around. I think there's a surprising number of similarities. I also grew up with a very strong mother. Who set a wonderful example of how to work hard and achieve your dreams but also have a clear opinion and share that I also went to an all women's college so Wellesley and it was a really powerful example for me to see all the leadership roles filled by women because that was just the assumption. Why wouldn't the leadership refilled by a woman? I think couple of differences. I grew up in a lot of other countries. As well you came from the Philippines. I I grew up in China for three years in Japan in Ecuador and France and so seeing gender equality quite differently in all of those countries and comparing that to the United States was a real surprise for me it was it was so different from country to country in China for example. There's a saying that women hold up half the sky and that struck me as clearly women would would have half of the opportunities would be just as strong and through both school but then also work and now I have three young daughters six year old and almost four year old twin girls and so I care about gender equality even more But this has been with me from his as far as I can remember. We NEED TO ACCELERATE GENDER EQUALITY. So we can have it in your daughter's life exactly that quite a bit actually at the rate we're going.
Cats, Kittens Can Get Coronavirus: Study
"After the USDA's national veterinary services lab in firm to tiger in the Bronx zoo as a case of coronavirus we've learned it is possible for your pets to get it and for them to pass it on Annalisa Meyer with the Smithsonian national zoo says it's testing animals who are symptomatic for covert nineteen zoo staff is using washable face coverings and protective gear when interacting with animals and their enclosures we should think of the these animals could be susceptible to infections Louis Escobar studies disease ecology at Virginia Tech and says like the tiger there are reports of domestic cats becoming infected with corona virus and passing it to other cats he says symptoms are lack of appetite cough and digestive problems she they near some of the symptoms that we see in humans and that's very
"annalisa" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Peyton Chester Annalisa Altobelli out one of the big questions of course the investigation looking at why the helicopter was flying in such bad weather conditions and what went wrong and more about the investigation in addition the closing stretches of Los virgins canyon road between a gore and lost hills road sure probably feet away from Nelson other steps have been taken to allow investigators to work on hindered we're now faced with I guess well wishers and people morning who have descended on the area on the residential community and even the crash site itself and we have to reiterate it is off limits to everybody except the first responders and investigators thanks to the FAA their airspace restrictions in effect as well they secured a five mile flight restriction for the the area of the crash site and also five thousand foot ceiling over it so that is a great help in securing the the crash site corners investigators work the site overnight in an effort to locate and remove as many bodies as possible for the anticipated might take several days before all human remains may be removed from the area in Calabasas Pete them a tree okay and extend seventy newsradio five eighteen at KNX I can X. in all of our fellow intercom a radio stations in Los Angeles we'll be paying tribute to Kobe Bryant and the other victims of the crash with a moment of silence today that'll be at twelve noon it will last one minutes eight seconds that is Kobe's original Jersey number was eight the death cast quite a cloud over the Grammys last night we never imagined in a million years we have to start the show like this never never never never never never so we wanted to do something that could describe.
"annalisa" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"By indeed dot com annalisa keys in miami there were breakout moments for several candidates and part one of the n._b._c. democratic presidential debates including former housing secretary hooligan castro and former texas rebecca work who sparred over immigration i'm talking about a comprehensive rewrite of immigration senator elizabeth warren had the highest poll numbers going in and she was on fire on everything from healthcare to the economy telling voters that if that is only great for those with money and not for everyone else that is corruption cheers new jersey senator corey booker got the same talking about guns it is time that we have boll actions in a bold agenda i will get that done as president united states because this is not about policy this is personal hawaii tulsi gabbard energized the crowd by warning about the possibility of war with iran every single american stand up and say no war with iran but tonight there could be fireworks between former vice president joe biden and senator bernie sanders i'm alison keys now with more c._b._s. news is deborah rodriguez air force one touchdown in japan last hour depositing president trump in sokha for the g twenty summit he'll meet with world leaders on economics trade north korea but he's not giving out details on a get together with russia's president correspondent steven portnoy is in osaka on friday mr trump will hold his first formal meeting with vladimir putin since their summit in helsinki finland last july the president was asked if he'll raise the issue of russian election interference as recently detailed in the muller report is none of your business immigrant rights attorneys are blaming the trump administration for holding children in unhealthy and unsafe conditions at border facilities they filed a lawsuit in l. a. asking for immediate inspections by public health expert and medical professionals there's a double dose of good news on the h._p. vaccine the details live from c._b._s.'s wendy gillette researchers at canada's lavalle university say the vaccine is working and is expected to significantly reduce cases of cervical cancer within the next ten years they analyze sixty million people worldwide study co leader mark burson clinical trials which are very control settings deshaun that vaccine is highly effective so what we wanted to see was how effective these scenes were in real world settings there so affected the c._d._c. says people through forty five years old could benefit right now the vaccine is only given to preteen girls and boys debra s and p futures are up five this is c._b._s. news are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero it on qualified candidates in an online dashboard get started at indeed dot.
Samsung warns of weak financial results on chip-price slump
"So much. Let's get back to George Soros director Solta brothers asset management on the line from Melvin George. We've had this line coming through from Samsung today warning of weak financial results on a chip price. Lump and analysts against alluding to the overall global economic slowdown and the U S China trade tensions. Do you think that these trade tensions are going to lead to further warnings coming through from big name companies like Samsung? In short. Yes. Juliet, and it it's a natural progression of supply chain disruptions when you have a global trade site interactive as we've had in the past decade. So this is exactly the top of things that I think Annalisa looking for and smell. Which which which company you'll get those downgrades which one to hold up the ones that don't have downgrades as big it's expected that's up to you. Very good outcome would be very good reporting today share price. But this is is it exactly what paper I think we're talking about and expecting as a consequence of tried. These pockets will continue to sometime, and that is why equity valuations not stretch that Tom the challenges people have investors, then when having look in the market the and I still hear debates about whether or not resolution of the trade dispute between the US and China is priced in. So let me just put it to you like, this is it possible that the US China trade war is now kind of like Brexit. It's lost its ability to Royal global markets. Yeah. That's a good analogy very sympathetic to that about the using that that it's it's it's it's exactly that. So we know that the try tensions from the number one and number two economy, his side's massive supply shocks to the system. But it's it's it's it's the the terminology and the debate on the discussions that it's hard for a fund manager like ourselves to type a decision from another tried talk and the Brexit analogy to like I said, I'm very sympathetic of it seems today what is real? And what is not real when Chanda processed in? And and the ad said that confusion as well. So in terms of that confusion, how do you allocate in this environment? A you holding I guess more of the supposed safe havens cash. Yeah. So so we've been doing last month's look getting such good rallies in developed market equities attacking proper still a risk on either y on risk taking profit because it's been such a good quarter fortunate from rallies from December understood assets kualakai still has a day at providence equity mandate. Those teams that they seem to be doing quite well D'amoto coming in and broadly up the capital structure where you can be in the stage of the size still looking for quality credit in the capital structure. If you don't get back into the equities with the whites but much lower something in that credit spectrum. A good debate as well. So if you're taking a little prophet here. Are you more concerned that the next big catalyst could be a negative one versus a positive one. And in your mind. What would be a nice positive catalyst? Yeah. Positive catalyst, would they? Some positive language around global tried and sentiment dying forward at a large scale, and that would be a positive language from the US trade wars and China positive doubt. This will happen. Brexit scenarios going for the next sorta. By sort of things very positive sentiment indicators that you know. Just reinforcing a something. I said ten minutes ago, we are expecting Bala Tila the equity markets to pick up a little bit. And that is possibly a good thing. And just saying that various people trying to understand what the NFL occasion codes are coming from generally slot, Iowa to remind we have been trimming is within we actively in and out technically with either whites and onto whites way, we can and we'll just say that volatility picking up as people second guessing the degree of slide down. And when the flattening happens when the consolidation.
Ernest Quintana, Senior Vice President And Chronic Lung Disease discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Element has always been a critical part of caring for the sick. But that might be changing. The family of a California man says that they are devastated that doctors used a robot to tell him he was dying seventy eight year old Ernest Quintana taken to Kaiser permanent day medical center in Fremont with chronic lung disease. He was in intensive care when a telemedicine robot rolled into his room and a doctor told him by video call that he would likely die within days. His granddaughter Annalisa will harm took a cell phone video of the consultation one. Comfortable. Quintana died two days after being admitted to the hospital a senior vice president at the hospital said its policy is to have a nurse
"annalisa" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Annalisa Frenchie has our Bloomberg business report, Anna Lisa. We're seeing some steep losses today. We certainly are Brooklyn, Greg. The Dow down three hundred twenty one points are one and a quarter percent. The NASDAQ falling one hundred forty seven that's a loss of almost two percent s&p down thirty nine. The Bloomberg w w j Detroit index also falling almost two percent, Wall Street is grappling with the Federal Reserve that is planning more interest rate hikes. You'll remember stocks lost ground yesterday. This all started with the release of the Fed's September, meeting minutes and this news. They're not great odds. J P Morgan. Chase says the US has greater than fifty fifty chance of tipping into a recession in the next two years. The odds are higher than eighty percent. When you look at the next three years out P Morgan is basing this on indicators such as consumer and business confidence and men's participation in the labor market. Well, people aren't being pushed out of the job market at a high rate. The Labor Department says applications for jobless benefits last week fell to two hundred ten thousand that is among the lowest in fifty years. I'm. Melissa parental with a Bloomberg business report on W w j NewsRadio nine fifty. Remember thinking mom had is in the back of her head Lakers. Superpower was spotting troubled before it happened. Well, now, it's on us to protect our home and family and spotting troubles way. Tougher. That's why parents trust blink. Blink video cameras are motion activated. So placing them around your home is like having ice everywhere. Blink cameras are wire free setup in minutes and run on.
Why the Forced Error Does Not Get Its Due in Tennis
"Let's get the european sport now england manager kenneth southgate says he's got some good selections are going into the world cup marcus rush wouldn't danny wilbanks gordon last night's victory over costa rica final walmart match before heading to russia champion rafael nadal goes for place in the final of the french open tennis later this takes on ocean seen this one more team pot shrove in the last four in paris brooklyn's lewis hamilton says he's prepared for difficult weekend heading into the canadian f one grand prix his mercedes was meant to have an engine upgrade for sunday's race but it won't be until they had to france late this month the first two practice sessions take place laser ignorance molinari's took three wickets and scored a century to help us to share in percent me finals of county kirke is one day cup branched out shared by one wicket yorkshire reach the playoffs southeast north hampton ship four we his whole does not east into the knockout stages with an eightwicket victory shit a second place wicked miss the challenges to keep the pressure on leaders and heavens in rugby league safely thirty two sixteen wakefield's coming up on bloomberg daybreak europe annalisa columnists did card.
"annalisa" Discussed on Successful Dropout
"I would just i would avoid college altogether it's it's and it's because of what you said is it's it's a lot of just in case learning is a phrase that i like to use a lot of learning theory and really things that aren't applicable to the real world at all i mean it's amazing the the college graduates i've talked to who are first of all it's it's it's becoming increasingly rare to land a job in your field of study i forget what the two districts are on that but i've got him on successful dropout dot com in it's it's it's pretty ridiculous how few people actually doing that rang but once you get into that field like you talked to graduate it's like oh my god like i found actually got into this job like nothing i had learned in college or school was applicable like you have to relearn everything is completely different and so it is a lot of theory lot of just in case learning and annalisa it's four years of your life when you could be you know to to build a two build a good business takes anywhere from two to five years and so it in four years you could you could build a six figure business instead you rack up six figures in debt with a liberal arts degree or something and and your when you get the workforce is like the the chicken egg problem it's like you've got to get the job but you don't have the experience yet and it's just an so where where what we talk about a lot in in successful out is this concept of just in time learning and talked about it enough enough people interested i think i'm gonna try to write a book on this year and it's because nobody else is really approached it this way but it's a pretty simple concept like everybody will get it right away but it's it's always learning in the context of pursuit always learning in the context of ccomplish ing goal that that you've said.
"annalisa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The assailants shooting barf in multiple times and the whittier street parking lot not far from boston police headquarters and the weeks following the homicide more and cecil on were each arrested separately on unrelated gun charges they return to court next month the massachusetts police chiefs association is calling for passage of a bill that would take guns away from people who show potentially unstable behavior the socalled red flag bill would allow family members to petition a core for an extreme risk protection order if they believe a gun owner could hurt themselves or others police chiefs already have discretion to revoke gun licences but they say this bill would offer families a direct route to get help democratic house speaker bob deleo says there is strong interest in the proposal that cleared a legislative committee last month a judge in new york says she will preside over june trial of the disputed broadway production of harper lee's to kill a mockingbird if an alabama judge allows it judge annalisa torres says she'll resolve the dispute between the productions producer and the late authors estate the estate sued an alabama federal court arguing screenwriter aaron sorkin script is not faithful to the spirit of the book as the producers of the show had promised it would be the play scheduled to open in december starring jeff daniels in the role of atticus finch and wbz news time is nine twenty two with today's entertainment report here's kiss one awaits billy costo actress ashley judd suing harvey weinstein now saying he ruined her career rob kardashians ex black china reportedly pregnant with an eighteen year old boyfriend former president obama's daughter sasha hanging out with cardi b and urfi on say offset at the broccoli festival this past weekend and rob gronkowski has a new protein bar available exclusively at seven eleven stores.
"annalisa" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Dudayev angered lucille right now please karen healthcare nail okay number two what was her first onscreen roll according to her i and when he think i know this isn't it it was sister to traveling pants to kick can you know can you to stop where she had lee hearth are hawthorn in the osi which she hazel on drake josh wishy amy cassidy on ned declassified school survival guide or was she efi on the sisterhood of the traveling pants too i know she was and she was i think it the oecd because i remember seeing photos of her from the you'll see okay she was in all these things these are all real roles but the first real online d be is amy cassidy on nibs declassified so survival guide tv series never heard of that i got that ronchi quote what was her country album called lucy held a country album do you remember that i love that country okay ready was it road before wrote ahead road beside a road between the road ahead it's road between you gotta run your bad at this how did lucy hail die in scream for a chienshan a grimes get trapped and smashed by elevator bishi engine a grimes get stabbed in the neck see chienshan grimes get hooked in the back or d she gets eaten a a a big chienshan eight grimes get hooked in the back melt biggest stabbed in the neck overlooks bihac is from i know what you did last summary dummy we saw did we see screen for together but open atas amazing germany we were like this move through bosnia it's the bus hitch two more questions and then you're and then you'll be either a lucy hail genius or not genius ardia lucy hill lucille idiot let me tell you okay so i am to be dot com has been called trademarks they like they're they're we are they give them to each actor look what is lucy hills is it thick eyebrows stature or soft melo voice of its deranged over him to be to do both of them i think it's short stature now it's that guy for us.
"annalisa" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Also i bet abhu it comes slick rich people suing they have lawyers on retainer and the lawyer with i'll be like we should just sue are like just do this rate and they'll set a lawyer as i'll isn't chambers you'll get like you know ten thousand dollars to like she'll donate it to a charity she'll put a inter per bakery and it's a funny story and i love you diana and like you're my queen lobby santa roque ellis love her she sort of like um she reminds me of a uh a little more like a west coast a west coast more glam version of queen of her sei you know pee i'm sure no sure sure yet narcorda like the la version of totally i mean i am i read this whole book because i feel like i already need to know more about diana although i feel like she's not she's only in this chapter but i'm very curious about her world because who is diet queen nikki haskell who is she hi of nicky haskell and whether i'm walking the red carpet during the photo shoot for my new guy of bribery starshaped diet system people all asked me the same question power i go on a diet it's very difficult remember at sixty seven percent of americans are overweight it means that two out of every three people need to go on a diet now i want to take back a fabulous new died secret to the stars starshaped giant system look great feel great get in shape who starred shirt.
"annalisa" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"D three in whenever this was written in two thousand twelve so how old is she now what's 53 plus five fifty seven fifty seven lindsay okay so she's fifty seven fifty eight jesus christ hun she's fifty eight now doing this socials funny that yeah i mean she's just like she's just like a relic not i don't mean that she's like that old but she's just clearly a relic of a time when you could pay your way into stuff and so she cancel him she kept pair to be just doesn't know she just doesn't know the right people anymore i feel like can't just somebody take her now i feel bad the to somebody give her their plus one yeah i feel like she needs to be friend a a christian or or some one um you know she friend at one of the housewives it has already louis and why these trans let them mahlouf and call richer yeah okay well i also kyle richards is getting an invite to the vanity fair oscar party so i'm just saying like if you have a plus one i can't wanting just caller at because this is really getting to beaches being shoes wants to buy elizabeth chambers an all she wants to do is go to now i feel bad for like i like her now i just he just wants to go to a fund oscars party stru you now and she just assumed like why not lazo rich she so rich he'll be a good friend trying to pay shall paper dinner i'm sorry ebbe labor the car there had of all people to catfish like armie hammer his wife is low here going to go for really smart know that on it that makes me think that she did her research you probably look at the entire guest list and was like who who i who could who could i make this work with.
"annalisa" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Sanity fair oscar party committee so this woman let's get to her even more i konic this gene on me this is not just some random poor person it's not lindsay right it's not like lindsey being like i want tickets to the odds from not just some scam are like me calling in having this great idea it's a literal rich very rich woman who has a career scherbo who is so rich that she's a career scammer and that she was almost on housewife she's friends with the housewives her name is diana roque ellis mmhmm and she is according to ally dotcoms a lotta people writing about her because she was considered to be on housewives so there um so they wrote kind of these little by us at all she didn't make on house what she wasn't actually of housewives bob he knows them she's a fifth or she was fifty three old artist i forget whenever this was written but she was married to william h ellis the owner of farleys and say there is candy company the second largest privately owned candy mad candy manufacturer who passed away in two thousand at the age of seventy six so she was forty one when he died at seventy six so rich woman of them there is a wonderful like eggs from a book that i found with her featured in it the book is amazing that you found us the book is it's really easy to find it on the it the book is called the king of khan's exposing the dirty rotten secrets of the washington elite and one of the chapters is about how this person who essentially like makes it their job to hook up very very rich people with charities that will get them in with the cool people dna means if you spend enough money on a specific cherry you can get you can get to be friends with a very rich coal people who are the ones that have the charity's yet but you're actually they are not rich year rich but like they're like famous e and they have charities and you give your money to their charities menu in with them so this is the person who like he was like a matchmake our four a charity and a rich person.
"annalisa" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"And asked if army could bring an extra guest the vanity fair party planners wanted to know the name of the plus one and she email back diana ellis so she's pretending to be elizabeth saying oh can my friend diana also come which is another wild move it's like really balls he hits because why would army hammers wife bring this while he's sending goods send the tickets to this other addressed like my other address but also can my random friend diana ellis com yes it's me elizabeth chambers i have a friend labelled as a blood named diana ellis can chico the best part of don't tell my husband armie hammer four we like new this woman was because it wasn't like that they didn't have this woman's name until like re i mean or i didn't read this woman's name can you just imagine like it was you trying to get didn't you call vanity fair and you're like l o hey my name's elizabeth chambers i'm armie hammer his wife have you heard of him and the just having to put in like little a low flourishes to make your call more believable you're like hey you put the bake cut the cookies back in the oven at my bakery in san antonio hey i'm on the phone value linked did when he's got like oh oh excuse me and my husband armand is calling can i can i call you back on one second oscars kennedy.
"annalisa" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Before we get to who had at woman is which to start with like let's just start with let's let's go on the same journey we went on so before we get to the woman some woman was impersonating armie hammer his wife who you know if you listeners podcast because we talked about her her name is you don't have bakery chain owners allentown she's the one who owns a bakery but then is also on that leg dogooders board member we were like oh man a somebody was impersonating her to call vanity fair i believe and try and get into the vanity fair party right okay and so literatures notoriously very hard to get into clearly so what how every celebrity gets into this this woman who will reveal later she sent an email will she tried to get in by sat like she was like hi i'm armie hammer his wife can you sent us our invites but send my invite to this at brit address because she was going to be arriving independently and they were like what and mental literally elizabeth chambers sued her in court for like impersonation or something fraud know what you would sue for oh misappropriation misappropriation of name okay she sang she is being like on it slandered is that what kind i don't know again this is lali without lawyers this whole is actually if you are a lawyer nope about this columbus is kind of interesting you also just shouldn't sue for this i feel like him i being like why who cares if i had the money and the time it's someone tried to get into the the oscar pardoning you die behalf i'd have i i'd sue i wouldn't sale because it's in a quarter of record now we're reading about on the tmz emmer lulling like she should have done it when we won't have known like do you may mean it just it cheap escalated at and now it's like the funniest thing i've ever seen anywhere add she escalated at but brew what did you think was going to happen but willing really re any weight the great the great thing about the story which is a great way to reveal her name and and lindsey all at you have the baton again is that this is this particular light from tmz chambers claims the emails fraudulently state at the center was elizabeth as animals which chambers.
"annalisa" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"An ali south of rato yeah jonas music france dot so sugary dot com there's nothing tmz era tabloid loves more than this hot woman is also smart other like they're like look at her look at our fucking beach body and also she went to school she's a scientist and it's like looking to boobs she's smart every every websites losing it because of now it's it's a tailor's all this time i got to say but it really is very much runs deep through the themes of the daily mail etc um the daily mail says beauty and brains the burnett stunner boasts with both copy repeat themselves a beauty and brains the brunette steiner both bosi both beauty and branson tmz reporting beauty and brands the brunette i ha i this is of ruining my mouth beauty and brains the brunette stutter boasts both beauty and break that's what happens when we see a beautiful woman in school in school smart beautiful woman and your body you just malki literally malfunction your your your brain fall lic liquid eyes is with rises just out of your ears poorest from your ears in your whole body just like but but beauty yet book brains jesus there she is your car tossing cholera beauty largely in jobs jobs on the floor in your tongue rolls out like a red carpet it's like a true steam comes out of my years world traveler the beauty appears to have traveled the world of for social snaps are anything to go by are you kidding daily mail though the only thing you go by ever my weight she's not only bulent smart but she's travelled oh my god while it's the perfect woman neutral thirteen from cleveland united states commented on the daily mail and she is nice looking and educated place catch the i'm telling take.
"annalisa" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Yeah well i mean i supervised author wole okay what happened with nick dotas this woman okay will you did see the update right it wasn't random we thought it was random which makes it fun it was it was not random no no the nick joe to stance sniffed out the info so or a really great story a really great story from yesterday or two days ago was a series of like a beautiful series of photographs like just a visual story no no words a needed and it was like photo of a girl falling off her bike photo of nick jonas helping her up and then like it was auto at them huddling settled that eating dinner then it suddenly nighttime and they're making out so it was a whole day in the life these two people and based on the images you think that it was a very like serendipity moment wedding planner moment where he helps her up he saves her and then they fall in love because of that like they're meek is this so accident the sort of minor injury accident it looked at laying no vp it looks like so before sunset or when we are not that lucky and neither is nick jonas so this happened in australia happened in sydney and obviously tmz found out this woman's name which is on a lisa other radio and she's a very smart woman apparently she's a biomed like grad student or something says she's still kind of an unusual person but the thing is he started following her on instagram the day before although they owe probably he probably slid into her demands heaslip into her deums and then they met up and then she fell off the bike but he was already there so do you think he pushed her off the bike for a photo moment i just more i think the fantasy of this very perfectly constructed tweet by jonas music france anxious nick jonas spotted helping a brunette who fell off her bicycle before spending the rest of the day with her in sydney is just all that we need even if it's not fully the truth jonas music france really is the account to follow if you want more updates on nick jones.
"annalisa" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Who death dale suck everybody's gotta annalisa everybody's got a little sign argued i hate that slurry and you like sonic dale from nottingham england i want to know of any of you have a condom it that when applied to a meal or sandwich raises eyebrows i have a friend who has men as as well as beef gravy with his french fries i could whoo people do at this point that's not the i wouldn't eat are easy how'd see a lot of people do in that around here are you gonna give beef for either i know a guy came by sea any grocery store it's a little like boutin can't exactly get like little packets of beef at mcdonald's radiation is like that's uh what's what's go to mcdonalds and act like gigantic astle's demanding packets of these crazy okay but now as trade the new signature sauce side note little garlicky little what is if you me the new signature sauce on mcdonald's okay nobody idle failure people people rv at you sauce in soup chicken noodles super that's what haas austin super bowl elements barbecue sauce in a burrito once grilled stay okay nurit the dude the do you by the talker a by my college was on a firstname basis with me and who i walked in one day he said you have to try this and i asked though i said are you stoned right now and he said the always good when the people at the police you go to a lot start experimenting oh yeah and it was really it was really good i've never had it since but i've always meant to people always look at me funny when i say that a banana in many sandwiches really good that's fucked up bannon cancers can imagine but in a man is also good how would you fuck of banana good.
"annalisa" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"This in his when it matures hesitate on a definite matured annalisa and was demonstrated a bone in a bonn fund jc in terms of of maturity boban fund doesn't mature has no mature road bright but a bond individual bond has ms relied ideas right and by maturity i mean a pays off on a certain date like a cd has a due date let's say three your seedy you buy a threeyear cd jc homes that last oh that would be roughly three years right right i'm sorry for tournament acquitted on her but the frigate gained eleven so three threeyear bond or five you'll should say fiveyear bond matures in five years so if you buy it when it issued at a thousand dollars which is the price there issued at normally okay amateurs in five years at par they will give you your thousand knowledge back in five years warm with interest to the coupons long way right correct and if your coupon rate is five percent they pay you two and a half percent every six months on most bonds bonds bay every six months semi annually so it's half would would ever the annual coupon rate is paid every six months to get two point five percent every six months so if it's thousand other bond jc that's 25 bucks every six months so that's how that's the basics of how bond works in the primary market now the issue his bond prices moon they can go down they can go up too much interent things primarily credit ratings and interest rates right right the two ventures wooden normally affect abban press more than anything else um if a credit rating for company is decreased let's say 'there aa and the credit raindrops to be doubleb let's just say doubleb their bond prices going to go down right dams has can push the yield up tour to the equivalent what the industry's paying what they have to get for that for the debt will be rated bonnard over my pay the right way the the press would drop conversely if interest rates drop from five percent for aa rated bonds to three percent brussels won't go up right so this in this isn't something had massed now i'm just trying to give you some of the mechanics of how these things work we have smp me of moody's them.