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"attainments" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:11 min | 5 d ago

"attainments" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The course of the last year that his support can sometimes the evanescent Mr Speaker. Stop. Mr Speaker, it pretends is on. He's here for The other kids, the report says. The attainment gap between 10 to 24% of the action isn't taken. He's just rejected it. How can you be on the side of the other kids come off it. We've been here before free store meals, You turn exams fiasco. YouTube. Now catch up. The prime minister been all over the place when it comes to education, and he's on the wrong side of it again. Mr Speaker, I now want to turn to this week's G seven. This will be the first major summit of the recovered since the recover. Alright. The UK needs to lead not just to host the priority must, of course, be a clear plan to vaccinate the world as the Delta variant shows. Nobody is safe from this virus until everybody is safe. The promised ER has made big promises on this what it needs a truly global effort to make it happen. So will the prime minister take the lead, but the G seven and do whatever is necessary to make global vaccinations a reality. Yes, indeed, Mr Speaker, And actually, I think what the people of this country you also understand is that not only were we able to give one of the first authorizations for the AstraZeneca back the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine but also, uh, thanks to the deal the government did between the Oxford scientists and AstraZeneca and we were able to ensure that one in three of the 1.5 billion doses have been distributed around the world. Are the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine that is global Britain in action to say nothing of the billion vaccines that we hope to raise from the G seven this week, prime Minister Question time from Wednesday Mr Speaker That would sound a lot better if the prime minister wasn't the only G seven leader cutting his aid budget. I hear what the prime minister said about vaccines, but we also need clear global agreement and global funding hundreds of former leaders, businesses and development group Have called for exactly that kind of leadership of the G seven, and that's what we need to see from the prime minister this weekend. Mr Speaker. The G seven bilateral discussions with President Biden and the possibility of a new government in Israel also provide a real chance to restart a meaningful Middle East peace process. The appalling violence recently. Which killed 63 Children in Gaza to Children. Israel shows just how urgent this is. For too many people in Palestine, the promise of an end to the occupation and a recognized sovereign Palestinian state feels more distant than ever. So will the prime US to take the opportunity this weekend, suppress for renewed international agreement to finally recognize the state of Palestine alongside a safe and secure Israel to stop Expansion of illegal settlements and to get a meaningful peace process back up and running, Mr Speak..

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What is the Mars Rover Helicopter Really Doing?

Ground Zero Media

02:01 min | 2 months ago

What is the Mars Rover Helicopter Really Doing?

"On ground zero. We're very happy. to Give you what. I call bedtime stories for grownups. And that's exactly what we're doing here because it just seems to me that we are Certainly you know in a time where Some of the best stories all they come out of conspiracy theory they come out of You know just discussion of things outside the box. Most conspiracy theory is fueled by a desire to see. The universe is ultimately intelligible and the bargain. Being that these things can make sense. But only if you believe in a pervasive totalitarian cover up now one of the biggest conspiracy. Theories is always been the cover of activities in space and their relationship. Our military has with possible extraterrestrial encounters for some time. Now there's been an attitude of malice towards the government in the military with regard to what is invading our airspace now. This is in gender to cloak and dagger attitude that has lingered after the cold war with regard to cover ups at roswell. Now we have men in black. We have that attainments at area fifty one. We have the belief that the new space forces all about alien warfare the future warren spaces however the conspiracy theories of a cover up are now being dissolved because science is advancing toward the competence of alien contact and biological signatures being discovered another planet mars. Especially because you know of course. We all know that monday last monday nasa the ingenuity mars helicopter became the first aircraft in history to make powered controlled flight on another planet. Now the ingenuity team. The agency's jet propulsion laboratory and southern california confirmed. The flight succeeded after receiving data from the helicopter via nasa perseverance. Mars rover now. People have asked why we need a helicopter on mars and of course well they need to get aerial views of the planet and some speculate. The secretly nasa wishes to get aerial views of extraterrestrial artifacts ruins or even wreckage been may have been left behind by extraterrestrial civilizations

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Who do you need on your team?

The Next Level Life Podcast

05:17 min | 3 months ago

Who do you need on your team?

"To all about love this and business and how to develop a team that supports here. So who do you need on your team when it comes to being lonely business. I think he's the biggest thing is like allow to cultivate your aren those there won't you because you know what you need. Nobody else does. And sometimes it can feel if you get really lonely business because sometimes surrounded by people who don't understand what it's like to be in business and it's an option to understand it right and i think it's really being mindful of like who you surround yourself. He's not going to be supportive of the success that you create. It's also going to be supporting you able to get to the next level so when you think about the loneliness you experience in your life. What is the cause of. What do you find that you need to you. Need someone to check in with you on a regular basis to you. need someone to allow you to bent. Do you need someone to celebrate you. Know what do they really need it. If you took the time to. Actually i what that would be. It can be anything from having a support network surrounding you to elevate you to the next level. So what are the by saw. Wanted build yourself a team and understand what your needs in regards to that team so attain can be attained france employees. Ease any suppo- accumulate is the evening to lane on to support you to bounce ideas off to alive of to recognize drink things. That are really supportive of your journey and being attitude telling you the truth like every pace of it. I think is really came when it comes to developing you team so you can be a bunch of also people their own have to get along the same circle so it can be a mix of business friends. It can be a mix of friends that are in business can be a night could be any business. Support your karch. Uva please because you don't have to do with a lion and the biggest thing is that this sorry much out there available to utilize to support your network into. Are you attain that. You may as well do it right because there's an r. Point sitting on your art trying to figure out why itself so grow you attainment thing about what it is that you need can develop a team. That's gonna support you now. They're us by pfeiffer online groups that he he to support you through my fave the coo l collective therefore creatives and freelances being able to support you in being really productive and taking the next step in annual creative journey then found his team which they have memberships right through tomasa minds to support you and accountable and keep you kind of two goals moving forward and then they also visiting early. Quite laughing of business shakes the logic of community and access to loss of different people in different environments different industries. So they facial surround yourself with epic people and recognize when you're in need of different people and sometimes it comes down to really having some really structured compensations and how to set up because people are going to nor that you need them on their team until you tell them so i would. I would just suggest distinct about who need on your team and who they base would have been that. You need to develop contain regards to support. Do you need to develop your friends network. Do you need to develop network of influence and once you have a bit of an idea. Blue taking my medicine right. Who is that i do. I need that support to decide. Chat way i need extra support for the two. I need someone to inspire me. Do i need someone to help me. Celebrate wins so when you know what it is then you have to go out and find them and it might be people that you already norse or just developing and strengthening that relationship. It might be people you've met in the past will quality of okay. Maybe i should just reconnect with them and strengthen that relationship or maybe need to find new people. So we'll see haven't been of an idea who they are and where you're gonna find. That's about cultivating relationship with a conversation that Policy being able to open the conversation to share within that loves babble to strengthen your team you'll support team and have them aboard sir. It might be symbols habit of compensation to let them know that. Hey i really just wanted to help my friendship group of the moment of love and if you've got some time to go and have coffee where he out. Your business needs mixture support. I just love to be able to bounce ideas on how can keep this up accountable and bam to develop that group of friendships that they had support you because you know sometimes we named the friendships where we talk all about business and the time of need friends that action told nothing about business and so once you clear on that then you can start to strengthen those relationships and say some really epic group of people that advantage support you can cheat you on. I feel so so if you recognize that you've been experiencing longest recently. I'd love you to do activity because lila is an emotional response to feeling like you need extra connection so that connection could be everything from a relationship right romantic pot off right through having friends to reach out and chat with so support yourself by creating that support network and if you have a little critic coming in saying no one's going to want to be friends with me all no one's gonna want to have to hang out with me. La off because they guarantee you this other people feeling exactly the way that you do and you just want to find them seem to have those conversations and just ask them out for coffee organized times to catch up and that's when you actually strengthen those relationships and the times that i've done that is only ever been an incredible experience so

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Gavin Williamson's Letter To the Office for Students in the UK Signals A New Focus On Access

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

03:06 min | 4 months ago

Gavin Williamson's Letter To the Office for Students in the UK Signals A New Focus On Access

"We start this week with some regulation news. Secretary of state for education gavin williamson has written to the office for students setting out a selection of strategic priorities. Mary was this police and pen letter. Oh go out is pretty long seven pages and it starts with. What i thought was a slightly mealy-mouth thank you to michael barbara. And welcoming lord warden. The new chair of the f. ethnic covers just about everything you can think of. What mental health financial sustainability smooth admissions this summer quality and standards which of course must be driven soon as possible peak you a reduction in bureaucracy What type for recruiting people from china bit of antisemitism free speech slash academic freedom and so on. I thought it also says that they want the sector to interpret the government's formal response to the pierce review as as the strategic guidance about what to do with teff and so i reread that as well and interestingly when you read the government's response to the tough it says they'll setup more details in the strategic guidance. so there's a little circular pass to go round there if you're interested mixed messaging about free speech and academic freedom will apparently be much clearer in future policy paper on the topic. I kevin williamson. I don't think was quite convinced by michael. Barbas recent speech on the topic and he wants to take much more active and visible action in this space so Yeah wait wait with interest on that one. I'm a bit concerned about access and participation as a an emphasis on high quality courses and not just more students on low quality courses as they call them so. I think no no more bums on seats. Unless they're disadvantaged and high quality and an emphasis on cold spots and white working class boys which is music to my ears you'll appreciate urging schools again to work with schools to raise attainment and this phrase equality of opportunity not outcome which we might want to talk about. I think i think basically we've got further signaling of a change of focus from widening participation towards fair access at the at the top end of the sector which after all is by the biggest gaps are and the other eye-catching idea in this letter is the possibility of revoking degree awarding power subject. So i have to think about that. And i thought it probably wasn't a very student centric thing to do and oh well this is just. It's another set of messaging. That tells us basically the government doesn't want more people go to university unless it's kind of top proper universities riedel this alongside the skills for job. Swipe paper high-quality alternatives and so on and the big question is will the alternatives behind off quality. So that we don't just end up with the middle class is continuing to go to union the rest being diverted. I dunno level forum. Five outcomes at

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This top cancer scientist thought he knew a lot about cancer. Then he got it.

Science Friction

05:58 min | 4 months ago

This top cancer scientist thought he knew a lot about cancer. Then he got it.

"I wanted. I didn't want to have not only smoldering away in my pelvis. bit also small does away and you hit. It's always in your head as much as i could rationalize it and say i'm very scientific in my approach things and it wasn't a problem every day would come to me at three o'clock in the morning when i sat a worrying about all the other things worry about three o'clock in the morning you will saying parts of them and the body that they will never really say themselves. Also get tonight. It's an extraordinary thing that that was true kind of but it is still amazes me today. That people want to see the inside. Bids cannot have my video. I want to share it on social media. you know. i've seen all your videos on youtube. Can you make sure my prostate goes up in this episode. It's a franken. Feel this conversation about an experience. Men don often talked publicly about. So let's meet the scientist and the surgeon interested in nature. This is professor robe ramsey as a molecular biologist and kansas scientist and on the saudi also makes art. He's a black belt in karate rossi's by his husband father of two children but trying to understand how the natural world works was a i love of his and i've always been driven by trying to understand biology and i'm also a little bit inclined to like machinery and structures and the way things work and essentially sells Machines and i like the way they operate and they're really have siamese different facets to them and of causing disease machinery goes wrong for me. The very first day i was in an operating theatre watching people take cancerous. Lump sexually as it was then breast cancer. I was instantly captivated. This is professor. Declan murphy lading urologist and kansas surgeon. He's been in a for over a decade but you can he he's rh lilt and even though it's cancer he's dealing with everyday like rob. He's loved his job. Died dot. I was in the operating theatre was meeting these patients before and after as a medical student and honestly i just became almost overwhelmed by the idea that people will allow other people to do surgery on them. That it's such a huge privilege to be allowed to do surgery but i was fascinated by urology because it's it's quite a a big field work. In it's everything from the kidneys dancer. The bladder and the prostate and the pain is in. The testicles are all areas in the urology domain that can be affected by cancer. Now dick lennon rob happened to be call. Eggs at the pay to mccallum will pay to mac cancel santa in melbourne as a scientist rob's focused on amongst other tricky conundrums developing vaccines that target gastrointestinal cancers like colorectal cancer as a surgeon declines leading the way with us robotics in the operating theatre and often the cancer arena. You'll find that scientists and surgeons just don't traditionally makes much but robin declan like many others at paid amac a different because i want to do science. That reflects the needs of people with cancer and the clinicians trading them are remember being at a hospital where declan was doing a tag team robotic procedure on a patient was having some colorectal surgery plus a prostatectomy and i was there on saturday morning with my eyes pocket collecting some samples clincal trial without doing their in the operating room because these patients have agreed to be part of a trial in that case. That was a patient to kansas. Quite complex work but rob wanted some tissue as some cancerous tissue to take into the lab. And i was watching these two guys work. Seamlessly together is something is a of beauty in any group of people that do things well together and there's almost subliminal communication. What's coming next that i'm bumping to each other The theater staff all expert. They work as attainments really like a formula one team. It a stop and i'd never. I've never worked in the center where you will have a a professor of colorectal science in the operating room with you so and we get used to that at peter. Mac it's the same prostate the same for melanoma central breast and and i just find as an extraordinary environment. I've never worked in a place that has that. Degree of translational multidisciplinary care where people are. They're asking the questions taking the tissue doing trials etcetera etcetera. And it's just a extraordinary. I can do some cool things in my lab question. I of been geneticists for most of my research life and we can do cool things with jane's in cells and also indeed on animals and you can find great science out of that but does it always reflect what's going on in the patient and the answer is sometimes but not always and i want to the always it is relevant. What happens in a patient. It's all about the patient in the has always westbound lot that though so these two colleagues late in their fields in cancer but then kind of a sudden curve ball and a role change. The scientists in the surgeon were about to become the surgeon. And he's patient he's rob i have a great jp. I've been going to for quite a long time. Really thoughtful considerate kanda guy. We've we always have a great show. When i go to visit him. I have a checkup every six months. For basically blood blood pressure to have a level that cannot be controlled just by exercise and diet.

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Lee Jae Yong: Samsung heir gets prison term for bribery scandal

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Lee Jae Yong: Samsung heir gets prison term for bribery scandal

"The defacto leader of samsung has returned to prison lee. Jae young received a thirty month prison sentence yesterday. In a retrial over. Allegedly bribing south korea's former president leaves the grandson of samsung's founder and major decisions that the conglomerate require his approval in a sign of his vast influence least attainment triggered a across samsung's affiliates wiping away billions of dollars in market value. A lawyer called the court's decision regrettable but didn't say whether they would challenge the outcome a spokesman for samsung declined to comment

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interview With Chad Lawson

Untangle

06:09 min | 6 months ago

interview With Chad Lawson

"Chad. It's really great to be here with you on tangled today. Thanks for being with us. Thank you so much patricia. Really appreciate that. Yeah so. I had the opportunity while i was preparing for this interview to listen to your music and i have to say oh my god. It is so beautiful. I've been listening to it for the last couple of days in the background when i wake up in the morning and i'm just so happy to be introduced to it. That means a lot. it really does. It's so beautiful. And i was telling somebody about it last night and we started talking about the difference between music with lyrics that inspires you and instrumental music like yours. Which is piano that you actually feel physically emotionally moved by it and i am wanna know more about you and your background and what inspired you to first of all. Choose the piano and second of all create this kind of music. Thank you very much. Those words are not lost on me when i was five years old. Who are talking about four years ago. There used to be a show television coach. Sean and so shot an hour's like ado band that had a television show and so each week as a family we would sit around and we would watch sean naylor. I wasn't raised in a musical environments. Why parents didn't play an instrument. My brother management with one thing that i think it was a simple fund attainment and there is a guy doing something on one of the instruments and he was having the time of his life. It was unbelievable. It means his smile is so infectious. And i just remember at the age of five. I remember looking like i want to do that. He's just having the time of life. That's what i want to do. Fast forward a little bit. My parents rented a piano goes. Who's gonna believe a five year old. And i started taking lessons dan and forty years later. I'm still taking piano lessons. I will until my fingers longer move. God forbid or i'm in the ground so there's something about always wanting to explore and go further with your craft and that excites me. So i was very traditional first class concerned Did the classical thing. Then i did start exploring different types of music. Not just classical and i really got into jazz heavily and the thing that i love so much about being brought up with jazz and classical as there's one key thing and you hit the nail on the head and the introduction a second ago and that's malady you have to have a song bird and music you have to have. That's why people love lyrics much because that's a somber something that they can seeing when they're not with radio so those lyric sages get into your ear also may find the way into your heart and your just. That's why were so moved by. Music is because of the melody the Together and i think what's so fascinated by instrumental. Music is when you remove that lyrical contents. You still have the melody. But at that point you're allowing the listener to create their own there. Because it's so interesting. Like with each song that i do. I try not to over exaggerate. When i'm speaking to people about what the pieces about because a lot of times what i found is it may be completely different. Who are the listener and it could be two different listeners. Naked hear the same song naked. Say well. I was envisioning this or i was envisioning this a lot of music. Particularly your favorite songs you have to go back and say why is that my fears and lot you look at it and you say i was going through this season in my life. This is a song that i i met someone with. And so that song is this. really mitt. Lot emotionally relational. And so i think the court part of music that i've always been drawn to in this. Forty years of studying is melody. How can you craft something that really. Just dials into the heart of the listener. And then you bring them to that point and you allow them to carry on from there. They pick up that torch if you will and take with them. Through whatever life situations they're experiencing. Yeah it reminds me of how i feel when we're look at a piece of art. We don't really know the intention of the artists necessarily but it holds certain meaning for us. And i wanted to ask you so you have this beautifully meaningful music and you seem to be from what i've ascertained so far deeply passionate about mezei shen. When did that start in your life. When did you begin to meditate. Why did you gravitate towards meditation. And then how did that intersect with your music. Love it thank you a number of years ago. Let's say run ten or so. I began to have some health issues. And so i found a chinese reflexologist who just completely turned my world upside down and the best of ways and at that point it was a very simple thing i walk and his. Oh it's this. let's fix your chee. And he did. I was sick. Great what it's two parts. At that point. I really became very interested in holistic food in the holistic lifestyle. Where does that fall in place. And how is it that were not made aware of it at least here in the states so there was a balance i mean i have grown up in church since i was knee high and so there that area of prayer that has always been part of my life but i knew that there are parts as well as it specifically when she starts speaking about your wellness your overall health until i knew that there was a marriage somewhere in between

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Obon and Halloween

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

06:03 min | 7 months ago

Obon and Halloween

"Morning. Hope your oh well. Today i was asked to give it to accompany. Osan suzuki sig aki halloween. Slash day dead. The dead ceremony. And whenever whenever. I think sermons. They usually look at it from the outside and how. He viewed from from the view of society but again. That's just really my projection on on Ceremony the kid. I never really liked ceremony. And i didn't. I didn't really understand it in seeing human beings. Though i've seen that we need something to sort of help. Gather on minds together to to either face up to Difficulties or to face up to rites of passage or to face to our responsibilities that we have in in in in this life you know ceremonies usually no come from From nowhere they just remember. Recently i was reading Somebody's views on on ceremony. How they how they have. They looked today and for me. It really really didn't really show the spirit of Ceremony you know if you look at the words you know. Obviously the english was ceremony. It comes from the latin would carry monia to kill or if you look at the would ritual. It means to make right. How do you. How do you do that as a human being this a very tricky thing and then i don't think i want to spend the entire period of time so that going over the ceremony thing but i wanted to read a koan or at least parts of cohen which to me is is what a ceremony is an bookmark there on one. No go get attention emperor. She could asked national teacher. Chew one hundred years after you die what would you. What would you wish the national teacher said. Build me a simple. A seamless to seamless monument. So you may you may wonder what is this seamless monument to me really is it is the heart. It's the heart to practice. You know what. What is that Well really's the the desire to really appreciate this. Life may be starting off with. How do i and suffering. It could be you know. How do i reveal the mysteries of of this. Life could be you know how. How do i help people to to appreciate this life. I'm now ceremony deals with this. It it you know. A hundred years In many ways will maybe not remember the The attainment of massive this day but we will remember the heart the tends to continue through the approaches to to practice. Now this. this oldham's are need that we we've done. It goes back to the buddhist time where Apparently mouthed ileana the black magician who had to work awful lot of karma his. His mother apparently had this vision of his mother hanging upside down in help which is not the greatest thing i guess you know so Yes the balance in the buddhist said well brealey practice very strongly. We'll get everybody in this in in the Training whole to practice very strongly to and at the end will dedicate the merits to to to her and so they do this in practice. Very strongly in at the end of the training period then the mentally on using his supernatural powers. Goes back down to hell and finds that his mother is no longer hanging upside down in house. But it's been released you know. Maybe she's right way out now but at least it worked and and you know what in whatever way that's one and that's also important in terms of say a daily a daily practice one this maintained is that feeling for this is very important and the people that are around us again on on a mom to basis the second thing with that. Is you know. Many of those. Do have an idea of attainment a maintaining that attainment then holding onto that talent one thing that this particular On does is this. The ceremony does is the. How does it feel to give that away. If it's possible to do that house. It really feel to to get away. Whatever mary you have like. It doesn't mean anything i mean. If you can. That's great you know. Also looking at that is that what does he mean to give everything. Though i feel any different for me it really doesn't. I can hold onto feel and this way i retain this. I've done all of these things and i can list them and go into a lot better not to have it even there. You know slutty go let it let it be is

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Schools Debate Closing as COVID-19 Cases Surge

All Things Considered

03:33 min | 7 months ago

Schools Debate Closing as COVID-19 Cases Surge

"All right. So is the U. S heads into what looks like the worst stage of the Corona virus pandemic. So far, the question of whether to keep schools open has become one flash point. It has divided parents, teachers and experts. In the past week, Detroit announced it would close schools until at least January. New York City's mayor has said schools there could close as soon as Monday on your common it's from NPR's education team is following this and joins us now. Hi, Onya. Hi, Ari. It first give us a picture of what's happening with schools nationally across the country. I think one thing you can say is that there's not a lot of correlation between what the virus is doing and whether or not schools are open. So you have some hot spots that are staying open as much as possible and other places, especially in cities where the cases might be lower, But all the schools are closed. You're in New York City where there's been a lot of debate. Tell us more about what's going on. They're so here. The nation's largest school system, if you're than a third of the city's students are actually attending school in person right now. But they're pretty passionate about it. And Mayor Bill de Blasio had promised that when the city hits a 3% positivity rate on the tests, the covert tests that he would close all the schools and he signaled today that that threshold is pretty much coming up potentially as soon as Monday. On guy talk to Danielle Example. She's a working mother of two in Washington Heights, who created a petition to keep schools open. That's got about 6000 signatures. So far, it's frankly ridiculous, said You could go to a restaurant and have someone serve you a pizza indoors. My child is being deprived of an education. Daniel. What is the signs actually say about how much spread of the virus is happening in classrooms? Well, there's evolving data, therefore evolving scientific opinion. But what you hear pretty consistently is that if you have masking if you have some distancing handwashing keeping groups of Children apart, At school itself can be a pretty safe environment, especially with Children younger than 10, who may be less likely to transmit the virus. There's some caveats to this. Of course, not every school district in the United States necessarily has the funds to do proper social distancing or disinfecting and where researchers have told us they have seen outbreaks is with things like high school athletics and informal gatherings of kids outside of school. So the message is very much there. Keep masking. Keep distancing. If you want to keep schools open sounds like a lot of conflicting priorities for leaders to juggle. Yes, definitely. And I think that's you know, it's particle makers virus so painful you have people pointing out there are cities with closed schools and open restaurants and the virus poses the greatest danger to older people as we know, including many teachers in that category. Meanwhile, the Children are being asked to stay home where they have very unequal access to remote learning by income and by race, and they're missing out on big chunks of their education. I want to bring in a pediatrician's perspective from Seattle Children's Hospital Here is Dimitri kissed Aucas. Everybody says Well, we can't send ships to school if it's going to cost lives, But in fact not sending kids to school also cost lives on you explain how not sending kids to school also costs lives. What argument is he making there? So in this new paper, he's arguing that of these millions of kids who have essentially missed big chunks of their school lives. Some will not graduate high school and we know Ari that less educational attainment means to means shorter lives down the road for a whole host of reasons you're more likely to drink smoke have heart disease. Working, more dangerous occupations. So in terms of these kids, futures of our kids features in this country, they're just really tough things to consider on both sides

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Success: What It Is And How To Achieve It

Optimal Living Daily

05:25 min | 9 months ago

Success: What It Is And How To Achieve It

"Success what it is and how to achieve it by Mark Bilbo of Mark Bila Dot Com. Many people dream of starting a business finding love or furthering a career to be more successful people want to achieve success for many reasons yet, what does it really mean to be successful are celebrities leaders or a fluent people successful simply because they have notoriety influence or wealth or if those people aren't feeling fulfilled, doing the things they do to their level of perceived success are they really successful? What does success mean. Is Success a fancy title, A. B. House power money a good relationship owning your own company or extensive network of friends or followers. There's certainly isn't anything wrong with striving for any of those. However, success isn't having a big house with a crippling mortgage company is not profitable a job that one hates or a relationship between incompatible people. The dictionary has several meanings for the word success. One definition of success is the attainment of popularity or prophet. Unfortunately. Many people directly relate success to how much money one has or how well known someone becomes. Fortunately, another definition seems more appropriate to define success as the accomplishment of an aim or purpose. Define your own success. Achieving success requires one to wear many hats. Your talents know how problem solving skills and the network of people are your toolbox. There's only one person who will have the passion and conviction to navigate through all the obstacles to achieve a goal you when a team is involved, the only your passion and conviction to navigate the many challenges and hurdles. Even if it's only you on the journey that same passionate conviction are critical for success. However, no amount of skills or passion will achieve success without clearly defining a goal and purpose I. It has to be within your power to achieve the goal either by yourself or with a group of people, and she will will goals have two characteristics they are defined in. They can be split into smaller tasks, otherwise the goalby too broad or vague, which usually results in failure. Discipline, an effort. Discipline and effort are. For success however, those that only put in some effort will likely never achieve the level of success they desire being fully engaged in your work is an absolute requirement. Success requires consistent throughout the journey for the more without discipline to get through the particularly hard or tedious tasks elite to a sub par outcome. To secret here is always have well defined tasks that produce specific results. Everything you do is built upon achieving the overall goal. If a task dozen contribute towards a goal, then it shouldn't be a priority or possibly done at all. Unfortunately is tempting to start with the tasks that are fun or more interesting over tasks that need to be done I. always determine if the task at hand is the most important task to do if not put it aside and do the most important task i. Moreover I was put in the same effort to do it right the first time. Remain focused. Focuses the ability concentrate on the task at hand? Unfortunately, there are many things that can break our concentration application notifications. A noisy environment minute is work area are some examples of things I can hinder our focus. Furthermore our own minds can also break our focus with random thoughts and concerns. Fortunately, someone can learn to focus is a muscle that can improve with practice for the more. Each person has different preferences inhabits to get them into the zone remove any clutter from the work area clutter is distracting does include your physical and virtual workspaces turn off or silence notifications from applications while working clean and organized your workspace by removing anything that isn't necessary for your work. Single tasking. Do not multitask people cannot multitask. The results are always subpar. Do One task at a time for larger tasks break up into smaller manageable tasks and do them in order this build momentum momentum helps keep motivated motivation is a must to reach our goals. Don't try to keep everything in your head develop an external brain, utilize everyday tools like no pad or your smartphone to stay organized take lots of notes and organize your thoughts frequently. Work in a quiet place. Noises are distracting your workspace should be quiet if this is impossible use headphones while listening to music personally like ambient music and vocal trance. Look for opportunities. There isn't a single event that transformed person from unsuccessful to successful success doesn't happen. Overnight success is built upon a person's ability to do work effectively and to capitalize on opportunities that further their goals. Sometimes, an opportunity presents itself mother times. It only appears after lots of work in collaboration with others. However, opportunities can be distracting and lead you away from your goal. Therefore, each opportunity must be carefully considered

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"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"And what happened is he fallen from this tree and he got a piece of bamboo and he's brain and so when when the the the the weather got very humid. It would affect it would affect him and so what he knew enough was to withdraw himself from. From from the Sanga and then just let let that pro Sokaia and he would sit with it and that was this reality while it was going on. In fact, there was this funny story where one of these attendance heard all this bump. Bumping and banging going on. So we went in to check up on the ROSHII and they had these really wild while wild is who's going through this episode. And he goes I. Just had a fight with the devil and the devil one. and. Then, you know he would come out of these these episodes and come back. So the thing is is whatever is here for US human beings is. These are the ingredients of our life and to face up to that is far more important. As to whether you can be enlightened on. An People Advani shoot? Out there. This. Zico. What you have written. Were different from your actions. Me The my the the mindset is from writing down savings in order is very different from. Your natural instinct of. Actions. The think that's Osceola. Yeah. Sure. I mean the thing is that when I'm writing I'm writing I'm writing broadly and that's one of the problems with reading this is that usually not specific? So when I when the person is I I, don't I, don't come from a book this don't go this person fits in this category Afro deal with him. It's like things like racism and stuff like that is is a lazy way of thinking I've never met. An Oriental Person I've never met a Surrey Oriental race, I've never met a black race. I've always met individuals and that's what I deal with. And it's the same thing that I've never met an insane person told without person they are, and if I am in the position of bit of doing some help, then I look at those ingredients and then I'll try and do something.

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"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"Don't hear anybody else say but it's just limiting population growth. Might be. Hard Of course, we we've helped a little bit by not having by not driving so much going to work. I, mean it's important to look look at these. You know all of these things I mean for me a lot of it is just a culture of convenience. You know we we use things because it's convenient. We throw things away 'cause it's convenient. These have effects on our planet rounders we take on in instead of say Dino Organic Farm in we throw the fertilizes on that because they're easily available rather than reused. The stuff that that we have in with an assistant that takes a little bit more effort many even at a descent, we re recycling and trash you go down there and you know is the trash and the recycling sometimes plastics all kinds of things not just because it's easier I just don't in that. I'll do this you know but then they take some thought to work through this and then naturally applied those things. I mean, fortunately, I'm somewhat cognisant of my own laziness. So I go to the pathway, isn't that way, but it's important to know that and and then that's weather. You. Can turn ignorance ova in the sense that ignorance is the biggest part of my life in the sense, a the unknown is that right and then the way to use that unknown is the venues creativity to try and do things that are a benefit. This is this is where ignorance becomes one of the three hidden virtues. You. Know rather than going well, all just do watts what I've always done. It's minute. What would happen if I did this this and this coming from this unknown or flexible mindset then something really positive can come from it, but it's making the making that Athens seeing. No. Anyway. Is that something I don't Quite. Understand. Heard you say earlier but I got the.

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"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"We'll just say yes. That's not worth at. Yeah exactly. Yeah. I. Mean it is a pity. I feel the same way. Yeah. But again, this is why wet people externalize religion safer that way. You know it's like several things is that the living teaching a an easy. dead teachers are lot easier. You know. Living in itself even though it has all of the mocks of existence, the bullet of Al.. Is Easy the grab hold of the teachings which are about this than it is to actually experience these things directly and obviously in Zen tradition it the in the paw is meant to be the the living experiential. Buddhism that's GONNA come up over and over it's about this. But then we have to get through our own belief systems. You know icon I won't person like meal for where I'm from COM, be? You know. All of those things we just have to question them and see really true and the main the not and then. Re The beauty of reality can can really come through. And then yet the main key of Cesar Zan. Is that if I if I'm not practicing thinking. Then thinking doesn't arise in its negative aspects so much if I'm practicing being experience in, then there's not much space for thoughts come in and spoil it. And then in in time, there's a realization is that Phil is a really good tool. But it can never experience the will for me. The experiences first and then thought secondary than thought becomes a really tool robin getting in the way. Wonderful of to reach for. US. Is, within. Your grasp if you're reaching. Out that. Yeah. Thank you. Thanks Lisa An. Rushing the morning after. A new there isn't it make. I really appreciate your comment about. Each of us will have to determine how much reflection we need. A have a two.

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"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

04:49 min | 10 months ago

"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"Living in the mountainside at or even just being there for awhile. Nowhere a on days off we hanging out and you know in the evening we'd be a Listening to music and hanging out watching a movie whatever yes or all really good time, and then invariably someone in might even be me with start talking about the Dharma yet. Absolutely everything goes you know and people get Steph is like Oh walk you know that Can Be in the out and then it's so parents like. You know we're. We're alive and doing this stuff, and then once we start. Thinking about it and I. Guess that's a good thing.

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"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

05:59 min | 10 months ago

"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"For. The benefit of themselves and the people around us this Kgo CUCKOO's, character. Yes, really a shame. Shave anyone that holds onto something a you a Buddhist you hold onto that and think his suit of armor for you ser. Problem. But if you enter into this world and see that these teachings are coming through on a momentary basis. You know that's an amazing thing. At this period is kind of interested in that was among called the boat monk. It was a it was a character. You know who's it was a monkey was wasn't allowed to practice and the Gatti's living a very people across. Called the Anglesey because it sounds good. You know this point and so he ferry him across big river and then occasionally somebody would come across and now what is being underground religion would would have to rather than going to. Would would get the toll from the boatman. But In this case is monk. Who is traveling as a lay person asks him was the most important thing about Buddhism and the Bopha vote must be strong because he had poll people across the river row dependent have deep water was just grabs holder sticks his Adam, the water and the also that for logged. Betty pulls him up. He goes. Tell me what is the most important thing The Guy. Has. Some realization. Realizes, he can breathe. And they pulled thing is don't cross the bulk. No nobody realizes the importance of living in itself. Is. Not, about Buddhism or this where non were on another dualistic religion no nothing about that known about these labels can be put on the value of living in itself on what that contains. Nellie slight Cam. People would told my Zamira she does. And he would say. Go what are the contents she contoss it and invariably most of them couldn't say you know. But she can just the this whole world. This is the important thing. The flow this ongoing you know. Do you WANNA ride it. Which is, which is nice. Is a good thing. If you really realize realize that flow..

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"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

03:47 min | 10 months ago

"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"This lady whose High Open Scientology Inza big scientology place in. Hollywood. So died eighteen on it and she goes don't you knew know who I am you know I'm high up in Scientology Of. Cost the cost you know the by Prentice So. What you know what what does that mean you know? Doesn't mean you good look. At. Of those other thing so it's this. It's this thing a the beauty of Goku he doesn't allow this thing to stand, and this is stemmed in the inside school. You know I guess pretty pretty much in the Soto school to. Is He goes I'm on the ground below suchet. So you're elevated, you elevate it appeared to. Be on a crane on the wizard pine debt. Pretty big. Pines can be pretty big. So, you separated from the ground below. Also you know. Cranes crap to you know so. Even worse if you had on the ground below. As harder. So what about that? You know it's interesting. I was looking. To more into the state she's probably been a lifetime calling me. where you go the Buddhist says. Put simple this time All beings great simaltaneously attained the way I o beans grow symbol tenuously attain the way. So if you have that realization. What does it matter. Everything is within that realize ation. And I'm not saying this is as a as a philosophy as. My mind the SOCAL mind externals and not and not to things. Everything's included never is that apart from this momentary realization that occurs. And in fact to put it, that way is the thirst would in this case attention Is made the most important thing and for the entire hundred cases, every beginning would is attention. And what does that mean you know? Pay Attention. Look see what's he see what is arising? See what is coming up? In this in whatever because again, just in this world, you may be surprised. Now, if you don't and you get attached to mental states which people do. Some of them are you know they're almost you know clinical in that, and the way to to to more subtle states that we develop has been biens. Is. Really important to be able to recognize those move on them. You know with this again, what I co- Groundhog Week one what I'm notes since I, get attached to a time off. You know and then, and then that time off has its own flow just like the so-called schedule though we have Ghana on a daily basis. And the most important thing is is to really appreciate whatever is going on until watch that attachment to things that I like. In opposition to the things I dislike and the importance of being able to enter into whatever is rising again on on the momentary basis and seeing then how I value myself will put myself in positions and how that gets in the way of that natural flow..

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"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"And then one off to the monastery you know thinking that attachment was really mainly about physical things but to my chagrin that didn't really help me Chino the attachments really in my my own head. You know those those attachments away. Things should be attachments to the outcome of this thing which I felt I could probably do in about two years. and I kept encountering that all the way through humid. The human condition was the thing that that was always there whether I light things so not. This monk he he you know he's attached to certain things. I remember when We had a very enthusiastic group of three, three young guys in the real early twenties and there were so gung Ho you know it was sickening. Roy's talking about what is at a find him things to do you know the film fill in the time and and talking about the philosophy of it you know that could relate to lose a beautiful beautiful thing on one level. But those the attachment to the idea which is, which is a very tricky thing. Very insidious thing. I. Mean we see this in politics nowadays yet attachment to Waesche things should be narrative rise around it. D'Amato both sides of that. And and so in this in this call on does. You've got you've got a very good teachers of the ringside lineage. And This is how he deals with student. Now, the student obviously has has had some kind of experience. Now, he's using analogies to to express he's attainment so on the first one. He says. When a crane stands upon a within pine them walked in the Orient Crane is a very lucky kind of creature we have. I think he's cranes maybe the heroine's insomuch difference to me. We got skinny legs in the China toll may get fish. But It's it's meant to be a very fortunate. Symbol. whenever you see them very still bird. and this says on a on a withered pine..

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"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

04:50 min | 10 months ago

"attainments" Discussed on Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

"Good, morning. Paul of you're doing well. The to- Today was somewhat stimulated by the the flow of what I call groundhog week. You know just with the the Colbert and the restrictions, etc.. and you know. Wanting things to be in a in a certain way and no no, my mind Blake's. As it doesn't like difficulty yet obviously, difficulty is just another pot of life. So I brought up, pay a a a case from book community. And this is Goku three shames. A my editor a little bit to. Preface to the assembly The person without clothing is indeed naked. The person who doesn't chew a grain of rice is for sure. The burnt faced demon king. Even, if you were born in holy place, you can't avoid falling from the top of one hundred foot pole. Is there anything to cover up this shape? Main case a tension. Among? CAST. Goku. When crane stems upon a withered pine. Them will. Go cuckoo said on the ground below. IS TO SHAME The Mung then said when dripping water freezes. Them. Walk Goku replied. After sunrise it's a shame. The monk then said had the time of issue, a shows persecution of Buddhism, where were a good gods to protect the dom? Go cuckoo said for the to guardians of the triple gate. Shame. The appreciates reverse. Vigorous in the prime of life wants temples not yet gray. A man who doesn't exert himself is not awarded nobility. Instead recall recall the family. Sorry recalled the family members of broken on it. The Brook. Full personal hygiene is not for watering ox. Kind of like a hush statement honestly towards this monk. You know he's not really in the human realm. That's what that's what saying about him. Even though you know these You know he's got. He's got something I mean how? How would that? How would I say that? He's got something he has something. Yeah eastern some work but this in this world is this thing called attachment last week. I. Talked About A eightfold path. So full phone number noble truths at the beginning was alluded to. But. They said the suffering law this you know the Stoughton us that we have the human humans Israeli Jew to attachment innovation. Ms All, kinds of attachment version of I. You know when I when I start to practice I really didn't add up any teaches I didn't know an awful lot about Buddhism. I'm fat we're only. Talking with ten k. she earlier this week and we'll we'll both. Reminiscent on those days to all fights, telling lies and and Not. Drinking, beer. We were opposite countries. You know he's over in Holland I'm over here. And we reminiscent on this you know is that We, we basically had to make it up as we went along. But we would read some of these things that we we reading books and quite off knows books are very rack. You know like, for instance, I had to go fifty miles to find book come Buddhism. And specifically on Zandt. So. Sort of retrace my steps is I digress. Attachment and aversion what I. So I went up to my first place which you know untung happened to be at this is making me And A. A you know I'd read about these scenes about attachment version. So it gave away I collection of Beatles albums and Frank Zappa. Albums and. My Mexican. Boots and. More sorry, my Spanish boots..

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Should You Master Mind?

The Daily Boost

05:58 min | 1 year ago

Should You Master Mind?

"Before we get started I have to ask the question. I dwell on every single Monday, I've done it since how long since two thousand six thirty eight million downloads go, it's a lot. Have you done your homework? Serious. I stood emails every single week. Scott a bit. Listen new for years, and I finally sat down. I look at my goals. The roles that I play my life where my focus is what I really WanNa do. What I like, what I! What I'd like change. I look at I looked at that fine. And all of a sudden suddenly I found that was well. It was working and that's why a question because when you take the time to evaluate at least for a few minutes where you are. Then you can go or you to go until then it's kind of difficult remember. The perfect planner helps you do that, so just go to motivation. WE'VE DOT COM. If you haven't, it's in the resource section. Get the perfectly planner and watch the video. It's a cool video and it tells you exactly how to get the mindset. To really transform your life at about ten minutes a week with one single piece of paper. AUSE stuff. So. Let's talk masterminding. In nineteen thirty eight. The Pauline Hill had a book. Thinking grow rich, you might read that. It's like an a tenth edition. Now it's crazy. I think I read it five or six times maybe more. Change lives it at time when the depression was going on right, Kinda Creepy Beckham. And a lot of modern personal development self-help personal improve whatever you call it. A lot of it really began then because people were down at the dump, said he'd get lifted out of the dump. So thinking grow rich comes out. And, he popularized a concept called. The mastermind now it's interesting. If you track the word mastermind, you'll find that. It really was very rarely used up to that point. But after that point, damn, it just took off. Must have an impact on the world, isn't it? By the way mastermind is not a character in an Austin powers movie. In case you're wondering on masterminds, be Dr Evil Right. Napoleon Hell. And I believe this to be true said it was the True Path to success for anybody who wants it. Now if you listen. I define success. It's kind of a generic term. Right suggest what is what's accessible anything it could be success in you know having a Nice family, and we how many good job or a nice house or just being happy I don't care how you wanted to how you define success. That's up to you. So what about this mastermind, thing, why is it so powerful? Well Napoleon. Hill was the first to see this. He said a mastermind news the coordination of knowledge and effort. In a spirit of harmony with two or more people. For the attainment of a definite purpose. I like the spirit of harmony I like the two or more people and I like the. Attainment of a definite versus. South, collaboration isn't. Collaboration going on these days. It's different than a mastermind. Why is it different? Because when two mines come together. They create a third mine. It's invisible. It's an intangible force. It's a third mine. That's different than just getting your job at hey, how you doing that project doing this doing that? Okay fine chicken chicken chicken chicken off done. Now, it's different. It's that definite purpose. I do this a lot with folks on the phone. People that I messed around with. We'll talk to you about something. That's mastermind this not brainstorming. Tapping power that third mine. It gets even better. This is exciting, but mastermind process. If you don't have a mastermind should find one. Ed You can do with your colleagues it with family if you wanted to easier sometimes when you don't know folks. Ran Certainly could work. With persistence and intelligence. And use. Of discrimination in the selection of who you mastermind with. Your objectives will have been halfway reached even before you begin to recognize it and I did you hear what he just said. It's in the book and it is so true. When you have persistence. That's a very valuable trait. When you use your intelligence. Yes you have intelligence. When you discriminate in the selection of the people, you allow NGO group in other words. Into your mind. When you allow anybody to enter your mind, you're in trouble. But when you pay attention to who you're paying attention to. With persistent intelligence. Something magical happens. Just by doing that, doors swing open. Right then right there instantaneously when you do that. You're halfway. Halfway. To where you WANNA go and you don't even know it yet. Because now you have the support group now you're thinking differently. Have that power that third mind there? So how do you put this into play how to use it? People just got to be a master. Do masterminds have had masterminds masterminds right now. How do you do it? You can form it on your own. If I were you I would fine four or five people that you want to be like, and you are like as well, but maybe you just you're GonNa, all come together. You want to elevate yourself. Find four or five people think long and hard about this people. And you know it's okay. If you call up and say hey, let's form a mastermind. Let's get on the call. Now if you've never facilitated a mastermind, run mastermind, it's fairly easy to do. You can study that online. We'll have time for that today. But you can go out and find four or five people. The think the way you think and think they. WILL YOU WANNA? Think find a really be discriminated who you're talking to get together with the purpose of definite person purpose in mind. Don't just be a facilitator. Don't just raw. Don't just brainstorm. Don't just collaborate, don't do that. Allow, them into your world.

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Should You Master Mind?

The Daily Boost

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Should You Master Mind?

"Before we get started I have to ask the question. I dwell on every single Monday, I've done it since how long since two thousand six thirty eight million downloads go, it's a lot. Have you done your homework? Serious. I stood emails every single week. Scott a bit. Listen new for years, and I finally sat down. I look at my goals. The roles that I play my life where my focus is what I really WanNa do. What I like, what I! What I'd like change. I look at I looked at that fine. And all of a sudden suddenly I found that was well. It was working and that's why a question because when you take the time to evaluate at least for a few minutes where you are. Then you can go or you to go until then it's kind of difficult remember. The perfect planner helps you do that, so just go to motivation. WE'VE DOT COM. If you haven't, it's in the resource section. Get the perfectly planner and watch the video. It's a cool video and it tells you exactly how to get the mindset. To really transform your life at about ten minutes a week with one single piece of paper. AUSE stuff. So. Let's talk masterminding. In nineteen thirty eight. The Pauline Hill had a book. Thinking grow rich, you might read that. It's like an a tenth edition. Now it's crazy. I think I read it five or six times maybe more. Change lives it at time when the depression was going on right, Kinda Creepy Beckham. And a lot of modern personal development self-help personal improve whatever you call it. A lot of it really began then because people were down at the dump, said he'd get lifted out of the dump. So thinking grow rich comes out. And, he popularized a concept called. The mastermind now it's interesting. If you track the word mastermind, you'll find that. It really was very rarely used up to that point. But after that point, damn, it just took off. Must have an impact on the world, isn't it? By the way mastermind is not a character in an Austin powers movie. In case you're wondering on masterminds, be Dr Evil Right. Napoleon Hell. And I believe this to be true said it was the True Path to success for anybody who wants it. Now if you listen. I define success. It's kind of a generic term. Right suggest what is what's accessible anything it could be success in you know having a Nice family, and we how many good job or a nice house or just being happy I don't care how you wanted to how you define success. That's up to you. So what about this mastermind, thing, why is it so powerful? Well Napoleon. Hill was the first to see this. He said a mastermind news the coordination of knowledge and effort. In a spirit of harmony with two or more people. For the attainment of a definite purpose. I like the spirit of harmony I like the two or more people and I like the. Attainment of a definite versus. South, collaboration isn't. Collaboration going on these days. It's different than a mastermind. Why is it different? Because when two mines come together. They create a third mine. It's invisible. It's an intangible force. It's a third mine. That's different than just getting your job at hey, how you doing that project doing this doing that? Okay fine chicken chicken chicken chicken off done. Now, it's different. It's that definite purpose. I do this a lot with folks on the phone. People that I messed around with. We'll talk to you about something. That's mastermind this not brainstorming. Tapping power that third mine. It gets even better. This is exciting, but mastermind process. If you don't have a mastermind should find one. Ed You can do with your colleagues it with family if you wanted to easier sometimes when you don't know folks. Ran Certainly could work. With persistence and intelligence. And use. Of discrimination in the selection of who you mastermind with.

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Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death

Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me!

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death

"President trump says the U. S. government will designate the anti fascist group antifa as a terrorist organization as NPR's Joel rose reports the trump administration is linking it to protests against police brutality that have turned violent in recent days president trump said on Twitter that the US will be designating antifa as a terrorist organization but didn't offer any details it's something he's called for before Attorney General William Barr blamed radical agitators for hijacking peaceful protests Barr said such violence is quoted domestic terrorism and will be treated accordingly it's not clear how many if any of the protesters involved in violent clashes around the country are associated with antifa as protests over the death of George Floyd have grown government officials have put the blame for violence and destruction on outsiders officials in Minnesota where Floyd was killed offer a very different assessment of who those outsiders our governor Tim Walz says far right white nationalists maybe sparking the violence Joel rose NPR news governor walls also said today protests were mostly peaceful in Minneapolis overnight after National Guard troops joined local and state police in a show of force to quell violence but governor wall says it will take far more fundamental changes to address the problem in his state we don't just right near the top on educational attainment we rank near the top on on personal incomes on homeownership on life expectancies things that make this and when they came out awhile back we are we rank second in a survey of the fifty states second in happiness behind a white but if you take a deeper look and peel it back which this week is peeled back all of those statistics are true if you're white if you're not we rank near the bottom wall cited unequal educational opportunities for children of color and lending practices that suppress black homeownership demonstrators turned out in Berlin Copenhagen in Toronto today saying they were rallying in solidarity with American protesters and NPR's Frank Langfitt reports hundreds of people marched on the U. S. embassy in London the protests began in London's Trafalgar Square where hundreds face Britain's National Gallery and took a knee the March continued across the river Thames to the U. S. embassy where protesters packed enough against a police cordon a black lives matters group in London organized the protest a Twitter account for black lives matter U. K. which said it is not affiliated with the London group questioned a mass gathering while Britain is still largely under lockdown adding quote we are currently discussing the implications of calling a mass March in the middle of a pandemic that is killing us the most government statistics show British blacks of African descent are nearly four times more likely to die from covert nineteen than white Britons Frank Langfitt NPR news this is NPR this is WNYC in New York I'm lance lucky governor Cuomo says new York's Attorney General will investigate the NYPD's actions during yesterday's protests the demonstrations turn violent at times with protesters hurling objects at police and police pepper spraying protesters video also show police SUVs driving into a crowd of protesters Cuomo says any allegations of police misconduct should be investigated by an external authority nuts local officials are they really in a position to be feet fair and objective they will say yes I say from a public confidence point of view have the investigation done by someone else Blasio has announced two of his some point appointees are conducting an investigation into the violent protests in the past few days in addition to the NYPD's internal probe the governor says the AG's review will be done by next month and in his press conference this morning mayor de Blasio largely praise the NYPD for its approach to policing this weekend's protests but he said his administration needs to do more to identify police officers in leadership or on the beat who he said are not cut out for the job that work needs to be amplified it speeded up intensified we need to make sure that anybody who should not be a police officer is not a police officer the NYPD says three hundred forty five people were arrested and thirty three officers were injured last night it is not clear how many civilians were

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Report: Seattle likely to recover from pandemic faster than most U.S. cities

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Report: Seattle likely to recover from pandemic faster than most U.S. cities

"And a new report predicts that Seattle is likely to have one of the quickest and strongest recoveries in the country following the pandemic Yahoo finance analyzed the top metro areas in the country specifically looking at population density in educational attainment they believe the top cities to recover will be San Jose California Durham North Carolina Austin Texas Seattle and Minneapolis this is a key difference between this recovery in the last one is the population density it's going to have a different effect this

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Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk

Yokoji Zen Dharma Talks

07:48 min | 1 year ago

Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk

"Out here all day. Well whether you're in quarantine or not Not only a- healthy Also not being upset by all the political stuff coming on the same I today. You know continuing with the thing that I'm doing I wanNA talk on Oman's Medicine and sickness and this is from the blue cliff record so The way that I'm dealing with these cones you know. I'm not not really going into having a traditional light in the sense the tolkien. My every point amusement more of a of a springboard just to talk about practice and obviously the practice that we have is a lot broader. Than Cohen Book Colin also highlights aspects The shed life that we have human beings and obviously strikes in individual ways that maybe written columns so off. I go the blue cliff. Frank Road case. Eighty seven medicine and disease introduction. Folks with clear is have known nest. Stunned Times on the summit of the solitary the weeds pound sometimes in the midst of the bustling marketplace naked and free. Suddenly they appear like an angry tight with three heads and six times so suddenly as the Sun Face and moon face they radiate light of all embracing compassion. They manifest all embodiments in a single particle a mixed with mud to deal with people. According to that time when they release the transcendental opening even bigger eyes of Buda cannot see them even. If all the sages appeared they would have to fall back. Three thousand miles. Is that anyone with the same with same attainment in the same realization example of the main case on said medicine and disease so June. One another the whole earth is medicine. Walked is the South. Some have touch my face. This the whole world is medicine. How the ancients of Baden Baden's been so mistaken the CAU- behind closed doors costing the road. It is naturally quiet an open wrong wrong. Even if your nose is up high in the sky you'll still be taken Intel so the case you know it seems a bit appropriate with The trying to find yours now call visited some progress being made some of you work in the medical fields doctors nurses and Have Really Touched by all of the assets that the the do. I know that some of you even volunteer to take extra shifts. And it's dangerous dangerous situations so very encouraging to me as a human being just that if that selflessness entering into circumstances in that way and ultimately that's what it comes down to how we can serve how we can serve people the people that are around us and live in regard environment now for all of us we. We live in different in different ways. You know up in the mountains note. Sing an awful lot of difference in terms of Ovadia Corentin Etcetera. Obviously if we if we move off the mountain way wag gloves and masks now that saw That's medicine the going down there to protect of this to those of you in the city you know maybe quarantine is Lada bef- a small apartment. You go kids family around. It is not so easy but the main the main thing is really comparison on circumstances and situations with this situation is what it is and then more than more than anything is When situations like this car is important thing is how do we really live with you? Know we have the Basic Cliche of Buddhism. Where justice is it but really the the most important thing with this is You know yet just this. Is it an account of the? Because today's but then how do we work with that and then Miami rose one of one of the things of the reassembling in him. Because it's going to be. He's twenty fifth anniversary of his death on the fifteenth. Of May you know. That's like a whole generation this past but Once in a in Adama Comeback Some. Somebody came in and just went. Just this is not a very popular thing to do time. Just this is an SOM- something on the floor and so it might seem euro. She just said well. What can of this is that you know and again it's not being folks that's full of Buddhism as a matter of being authentic you know a member dolgen would say in the Buddha Dhamma. There is no deport. Shallow was most important is ones sincere practice. That's kind of an interest in what is sincere practice in not something to each one of us has to answer for ourselves. What is sincere practice you know? Obviously there's a disease than That's the thing that needs to be treated. You know it's not like well. I'm feeling like I'm climbing. The walls kick the guarrentee so therefore I will do lots of things to take my mind off it rather than just facing up to it and seeing how the mind works and operate with midst of that you know or I'm suffering. Let's drink a whole bunch stuff you know you fill in the blank back in whatever it is it which is displaced activity. The main thing is the direct facing up to it and in many ways the middle way the is told to buy. Buddhism is not avoid extremes. It's first finding those extremes Most people don't practice until they find the extremes and they know when those things lead and when you come into a situation the most important things go right into it experience it through to the Hilton. He'd never has to be fell EXP- not out but it never has to experienced again in that

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Iceland Prepares to Reopen Schools, Some Businesses

Mike Gallagher

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Iceland Prepares to Reopen Schools, Some Businesses

"High schools hair salons Dennison other businesses across Iceland or re opening after six weeks of lockdown this action comes after the north Atlantic island nation managed attainments corona virus outbreak Iceland has confirmed nearly eighteen hundred cases of the virus however just ten people have died the number of new virus cases each day has fallen in Iceland from a hundred and six at the peak of the outbreak to single digits even on some days zero

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"attainments" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"attainments" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Attainment and delight I have to tell you I wanted to get this squeezes into the show someplace and I just have a chance is my favorite headline of the day my favorite headline of the day is prince Charles tested positive fears for queen that's to me the way I read that is Charles has a oh my gosh what's happening with the queen I think there is like he's got it what is she okay please don't let her don't let her get it please please we don't want prince Charles sick or healthy please maybe that's just the American in me but we have our cobit virus update in one minute this is the Glenn Beck program if you experience pain on a daily basis I know exactly how you feel it can be debilitating it can control your life the aches are easy to understand when it really hurts to do the basic chores emotionally the effects of pain can be just as dramatic I have spoken to so many people in this audience that it started to take relief factor that changed emotionally is as dramatic as the physical relief maybe even more as you might know Tonya and I started taking relief after several months ago after about ten days subtle changes started to become significant and I've been able to stop taking all prescription pain medications all pain medications entirely and stop the terrible side effects of those awful drugs.

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Is America's debt unsustainable?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Is America's debt unsustainable?

"Yes there. Is that big speech tonight. Up on Capitol Hill. President trump gives his state of the Union address. Democrats on one side of the Aisle Republicans of course on the other. I am town though not for that but for conversation I had this morning at the bipartisan policy. Center with Janet Yellen late of the Federal Reserve. Also David Malpass the president of the World Bank to people who keep close eye and have some thoughts on the global economy. And I started off with when I grant she was a softball question. Describe for me this this macroeconomic moment where are we thank softball slow growth but that leads to all sorts of conversation conversation we recently did our global economic prospects when moored so the bank does twice a year a thick report. I'm growth and it. It's looking looking at twenty two point. Five percent real growth some of the developing countries especially chime in a little bit India running above that average but but then the US in our forecast was consensus at one point eight percent. Europe is down at one percent only in Japan at point. Seven seven percent so they dragged down the average. So that gives you a sense of what's going on in the world that you've got to get some of the big countries going in order to get people toward prosperity Janet. Let me ask you this question. Then where are the drivers of growth. I mean if as the World Bank says the United States is going to grow at one point eight percent this year. Are we helping so growth. In the United States this year is likely to be slower earth in it was last year and the year before but likely the US economy is still going to grow at its potential or maybe even a little bit higher which in the senses all the expected especially given how tight the Labor for market is with the lowest on employment rate in fifty years so it shouldn't be surprising to see growth in the United States around two percent cent. We've had globally. We global growth is a drag on the US and the US growing slower of course is a a drag on the global economy but the driver of growth for the US and in many many more developed countries. This is true that the main driver is the consumer the US consumer is strong enough to think propel in the United States State's growth at a trend like pace which is not inappropriate given it means will continue to have a very tight labor market. Maybe it'll even tightened further but don't sorry wait. Let me just follow up really quickly. Don't you worry about consumers getting tired because it's been years now that everybody from you on down amount has been saying consumers there the thing. How much longer can that happen well? Consumer spending is in line with income growth. If if you can trust the current situation with what we saw before the crisis in the run-up to the crisis consumer spending was also the driver but it was debt-fuelled we had a lot of people using their homes like piggy banks. The saving rate had been declining to exceptionally very low levels. We've been through a very tough period in the United States in which consumers who've worked off debt and the labor market's market's been performing exceptionally well. We still have about one hundred eighty thousand jobs a month and wage gains are moderate but have picked picked up some and so don't see the consumer spending that's carrying this economy is based on very weak foundations. It's it's based on solid growth of income. I see it as sustainable dividend. I Apologize Weaving said. That's fine. Just picking up on some of those points. The misery index is way down and so that gives if you look at what drives people going forward and businesses to create a new businesses. As is people have confidence in the economy. So remember the old misery index the some of the unemployment rate and the inflation rate as the as the unemployment appointment rate has gone down the participation rate has gone up so I get all that and that's all good and I appreciate the indicators but but let me pick up on on something you said Janet which was that the US economy is growing about its potential one point eight. Maybe two percent. Is it troubling to know on that. The potential of the American economy is present It is troubling to percent I. It's something his been long anticipated so it's not an enormous surprise. Part of it reflects a slowdown in labor force growth. We have an aging population list immigration. The the second piece of it is productivity growth and it is depressing or of concern that not only in the United States but in most most developed countries were simply seeing slower productivity growth than his been the average partly I think it reflects sluggish investment spending part of it reflects slowdown in the pace of educational attainment in the United States. But most important just the pace of technological change seems like it's declined and there really is no agreement mint on the reasoning. But of course it's tremendous. It's a tremendous concern. I say this mostly just A. I guess there's probably thought bubbles out out there but it's not at all encouraging a former Fischer says I dunno truth God and we'll get back to that in a very quick topic since you both have brought it up the recession and the response the crisis next time because of course there's another recession coming. This expansion is long in the tooth although it does not As we all know died of old age corona virus I does that distress you at all in terms of global economic shock. I mean you were just in Hong Kong. You're you're feeling fine. We should say so far. You know so it's been three routes all it's quite a. Are you worried about that. I mean honestly well of course it is a potential attention influence on the global economy. It seems certain to have a significant effect at least for quarter to one Chinese growth and China's such a significant piece of the global economy. That's bound to have spillovers. Economists of look did what's happened with past episodes like the SARS virus or the mayor's virus but we don't know where this is going and I mean to. My mind is clearly a source of uncertainty and risk to the global outlook of the World Bank's position. So they'll be lowering of forecasts for at least the first as part of twenty twenty in part due to China in part due to the supply chains to give you an example. A lot of Chinese goods come out to the rest of the world in the belly of aircraft that are carrying passengers so as you cut down on passenger flights you need to adjust the supply chains in in order to get the goods out to make the products that the whole world economy is operating on a positive side that I bring out is the different science science. That's available this time then. The SARS SARS was two thousand to two thousand and three China released the virus this time and quickly released the virus so we have some hope that science response will shorten the full life cycle of this crisis. It's also true though that China's more integrated into the global economy. So that's you know. The transmission vector completely different correct. Devin malpass there. The president of the World Bank. 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Of Mice and Men: This top cancer scientist thought he knew a lot about cancer. Then he got it.

Science Friction

08:53 min | 1 year ago

Of Mice and Men: This top cancer scientist thought he knew a lot about cancer. Then he got it.

"On science fiction. Today really special story for you. It's about what happens when life throws you a warping curve ball and win roll escape appended. I wanted gone. I didn't want to have not only at smoldering away in my pelvis but also small does away and you hate it. It's always in your head as much as I could rationalize and SAM. I'm very scientific in my approach to things and it wasn't a problem everyday would come to me at three o'clock in the morning when I started worrying about all the other things worry about it. Three o'clock in the morning. You'll sing parts of them and the body that they will never really say themselves or get to know. It's an extraordinary thing that that was true kind of but it is still amazes me today that people people want to see the inside bids you cannot have my video. I want to share it on social media and I've seen all your videos on Youtube. Can you make sure my prostate goes for new in this episode. It's Franken feeless. Conversation about an experience. Men often talked publicly about so. Let's meet the scientists and the surgeon interested in Nitro. This is Professor Ramsey as a molecular biologist and elating in Kansas scientist on the Saudi also makes art. He's a black belt in karate rides. His bike is a husband father of two children but trying to understand how the natural world works was a I love of his and I've always been driven by trying to understand understand biology and I'm also a little bit inclined to like machinery and structures and the way things work and essentially excels machines and are like the way they operate. And they're really have Siamese different facets to them and of causing disease machinery goes wrong for me. The very first day I was in an operating theatre watching people takeout cancerous lump actually. It was then breast cancer. I was instantly league captivated. This is Professor Declan Murphy. elating urologist and cancer surgeon. He's been a strategy for over a decade. But you can he. He's Irish lilt and even though it's cancer he's dealing with everyday like rob. He's loved his job. Since died dot I was in the operating theatre. I was meeting these patients before and after as a medical student and honestly I just became almost overwhelmed by the idea that people will allow other people to do surgery on them that it's such a huge privilege to be allowed to do surgery but I was fascinated by urology because it's it's quite a a big field that we work in. It's everything from the kidneys. Down through the bladder. And the prostate in the penis and the testicles are all areas in the domain that can be affected by cancer. Now Dick Lyneham enrolled happened to be colleagues at the pay. McCallum will pay Domecq Cancer Center in Melbourne as a scientist Rob's focused on amongst other tricky conundrums developing developing vaccines that target gastro intestinal cancers like colorectal cancer as surgeon Dickens leading the way with using robotics in the operating theatre and often in the cancer arena. You'll find that scientists and surgeons just don't traditionally meeks much but robin declan like many any others at paid Amac a different because I want to do science. That data reflects the needs of people with cancer and the clinicians trading them. I remember being at a hospital where declan was doing. A TAG team robotic procedure on a patient was having some call rectal surgery Torri plus prostatectomy and I was there on Saturday morning with my arse pocket collecting samples clincal trial with doing there in the operating room because these patients have agreed to be part of a trial in that case that was to Kansas quite complex work but rob wanted some tissue as cancerous tissue to take into the lab and I was watching these two guys work. Seamlessly together is something is a corner beauty in any group of people that do things well together and is almost subliminal communication. I know what's coming next that I'm bumping into each other. The theta staff all expert. They work as attainments really like a Formula One tame it a pit stop and I've never worked in the center where you will have a professor of colorectal rectal science in the operating room with you so And we get used to that Peter Mac. It's the same for prostate is the same for melanoma skin for breast. And and I I just find it an extraordinary Jordan Environment I. I've never worked in a place that has that degree of translational multi-disciplinary care at where people are they're asking the questions taking the tissue doing trials Etcetera Etcetera Cetera. And it's just an extraordinary. I can do some cool things in my lap not question I have been a geneticist for most of my research life and we we can do cool things. Jane's in cells and also indeed on animals and you can find great science out of that but does it always reflect what's going on in the patient and the answer is sometimes but not always I want to do the always. It is relevant. What happens in a patient? It's saw the patient in the end has always been like that though has already close so they to a colleagues ladies in their fields in cancer but then came a sudden curve ball and a role change the scientists in the surgeon were about to become the surgeon. and He's patient he's Rob. Why have a great? JP being going to him for quite a long time really insightful. Consider Kanda Guy. We've we always have a great chat when okay visit him. I have a checkup every six months. For basically blood blood pressure to have a level that cannot be controlled just by exhumed diet and he's chosen to have PSI tastes to PSI stands for prostate specific antigen. It's a protein which can be elevated in Maine for various reasons prostate cancer being one of them. Some guys avoid testing. They pay CY levels. But as we've heard rob is a lover of information. Summation looks forward and he lanes into it so overtime every couple years get it tested and it just kept rising a little bit one stage. It got to a level. We're thought maybe it's getting a bit high. And I actually was referred to declan. We had nothing to say about that. Spe- keep an eye on it and then about two years ago now. The test Monday morning test Tuesday morning. Phone Call My JP said Rob. It's about time he got back and see. Declan are not happy about this. Psi Level so rob's colleague paid a Mac dikla Murphy becomes he's urologist. So should I have look and and progressively we went through all the tests initially an MRI that I remember sitting next to declan looking at his laptop to the imaging obtaining lots SUV meetings are obligated images before thought that shadow very much. Either any say well I think we need to get a boxy. And then he did. I remember it was during Christmas. Wasn't isn't it. Yeah so we could. You Know Ho- prostate. Think I knew I was on this journey as soon as I saw the image. I thought this looks wchs suspicious at least need to find out what it is and then phone call or message saying squeezing stage seven the doubt I had prostate cancer and that meant I had to make a decision about which direction I went after that so suddenly rob the Kanta Hansa scientists becomes. Rub The cancer patient. Then he went through the whole process. We did the pet scan and then we discussed whether surveillance might be an option is. Is this a cancer. We can leave alone because a tradition of Invasive procedures early on in this process and Maine have suffered the consequences of their lifelong off long impotence urine re problems the whole beat shifted now. Oh totally went on. When I started training a diagnosis of prostate cancer equalled cold treatment for prostate cancer there was no concept of? You could leave the cancer there you know whereas now it's the polar opposite it means as a process will start got to figure out. Is this a threat to this patient. And how will he and his loved one balance up the success of surgery or radiation or other treatments in terms of cancer versus the predictable side effects so for us. The first thing is always doing to do anything. We found a

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Carl Zimmer Explores the History of Our Understanding of Heredity

The Science Show

09:33 min | 1 year ago

Carl Zimmer Explores the History of Our Understanding of Heredity

"This is the side show coming today. From Adelaide Writer's festival beautifully placed in the park by the river and theme is feeble. Mindedness must must be the heat or your genes. The book is called. She has her mother's laugh and the author is famed. American science writer called Zimmer who is a Yale graduate and has written for the New York Times and National Geographic and we begin with a personal question. My first question to you call is. He's rather more personal one. Do you think there's a fair chance that I'm a moron. Definitively now you are a man of exceptional talents but a lot of people in your book who are of exceptional talent and the world ignored them and essentially essentially locked them up. The reason I ask about me is you can see in my family. I was the first born and my brother was five years. His later and my sister was ten years after myself and as we got older there was a brief period when I was growing up when we were quite well off where I had had to nannies. We lived in a posh apartment in Vienna and we went to restaurants and had holidays and then when I was eleven eleven no income not just low income but practically knowing come and you could see a graph of both my own mobility ability and education and attainment and wealth versus my brothers. He just about made over the brink and became an academic in France. My my sister ran away with the larger winters fifteen pregnant. I don't actually know where she is anymore. Now the first part of your book is about ways in which society changes how ordinary people Kano cannot succeed whether they've got the genes for all sorts of talents taught. Would you explain the first part looking at an experiment. Now if you imagine a person a man might have one family with the trollop in the pub. You know obviously lower class and from that we'll be dozens and dozens of offspring who you regard as feeble minded and then the test of that is. He has another relationship with someone of the upper classes. And you've got clear attainment could could you tell that story yeah well. In the nineteenth century there was a very powerful sense that the way to explain problems in society you like poverty or crime was largely through heredity. And this is long before anybody knew about DNA but people would point to certain families where you'd have generations ends upon generations of criminals narrative wells and they will talk about how this must be some sort of inheritance so most biblical sense of the sin being carried carried down from generation to generation and when genetics comes along in one thousand nine hundred suddenly people who have this biological justification for that more kind of moral explanation in the past say oh it must be genes. We don't know what those genes are. We don't even know what genes are period. But it's got to be their in the genes. There must be a gene for being a criminal for example or feeble minded so feeble minded in in the early nineteen hundreds would refer to. If you had down syndrome they might call you feel minded. If you were just trouble in school they might call you. People minded it was a very loose term but a very powerful one and in my book I actually talk about how the idea of people minus and heredity actually gave rise to some of the most toxic ideas of the twentieth a century. And I focus in on this home for the people minded in New Jersey actually not far from where I grew up where psychologists there discovered intelligence agents testing and began testing the children at this home and he found that he could predict roughly their intelligence based on some questions. uh-huh standardized intelligence testing and there were these group of children who seem to be slightly below average and he found them the most dangerous of all because they could pass that could go into into society and maybe they would pass down their bad genes to future generations to population exactly and even the name for them and so he went back to the Greek for fool and call them morons and the first moron that God really focused on was a girl named Emma Wolverton and he discovered he did some research John Her family and he wrote a book about her family and it was as you had described. It seemed to be a what he called a rigid experiment which was is that in the American revolutionary war her ancestor and he was a soldier who got drunk one night slept with Eagle minded tavern. Wench she then had if he minded a child who then produced generations upon generations of the feeble minded leading to Emma Wolverton. Then he sobered up met an upstanding woman they had upstanding children children and so on and so on till present day the early nineteen hundreds and you might think well this is ridiculous no one would take seriously but in fact it was a bestseller. It was the the subject of many newspaper articles. He was invited by the United States. Government to help setup immigration policy. Because they didn't want to let people minded the people into the country which is why we started to prevent people from Russia from Italy. Jews and someone from coming in great numbers because Goddard thought that they were overwhelmingly feeble minded. So if you're asking if you are a moron well I'm definitely more. And what was the family beginning with K.. That was invented as descriptors. That right so what did was he thought. He was protecting their privacy except he he by calling overton DEBORAH CALA CAC and the book was called the Catholic Family Calico guttered loved coining words from the Greek like Moron calicoes quotes from good and bad callous. And Kako so that you have this family whereas the good sign the bad side. The fact is a total fiction. The people who did the research all screwed up none of what I told you true but nobody really quite realized that for decades. Emma Wolverton paid the price in the sense that she was institutionalized for entire life for the entire life is buried on the grounds of the institution in New Jersey. She was perfectly competent. I mean it was ridiculous students visualize but honestly much worse outcomes came from this so in the United States and other prominent scientists lobbied for laws to sterilize the feeble minded and the US Supreme Court supported this. Tens of thousands of people were sterilized in the United States and then the Catholic family the very book Tuck was taken up by people in Nazi Germany. From Hitler on down they use it as evidence when they set up their hereditary courts when they began to sterilize realized people and began to exterminate them. And so this just shows you. How we can't just play around with heredity? Heredity is deadly serious subject. That is incredibly intimate to all of us as individuals but also has an incredible power over society at large one of the things. I find really amazing. Is that when they went back as you hinted and traced this John Overton they found out they got the guy and it wasn't true at all. Could you explain. Well what happened was that God would send out these field workers and he would tell them to interview the families of these students these children and they wanted wanted to see. Could we draw pedigree where people mindedness was showed to be inherited because that's actually very important for studying genetic diseases so Huntington's Huntington's disease for example you can see how gets carried down through the generations. That's a single gene. That's right so Huntington's disease is caused by a mutation and in a single gene and we each carry two copies of each gene if you have one bad copy of this gene called. At you will get Huntington's. There's no you negotiate on your way out of it and Henry Goddard was working actually with some of the scientists who were studying Huntington's and so people tend to think in the early nineteen hundreds words that you could explain a lot of who we are based on inheriting. Did you inherit this single gene. And so God are really thought that you could inherit a single gene for intelligence. I mean we know now that there are thousands upon thousands of genes that influence intelligence and that influences all mixed up with the environment. And also what you use. Your measurement of intelligence is way more complicated than that but to the point of Hubris. It was quite confident that you could just draw a family family tree and find the evidence and he wanted to find the evidence he sent out his field workers to find the evidence and guess what they found it even if they had to come back with breath fraudulent information. Think about you have these people going out to families and saying like so your father who's been dead for ten years. How intelligent will you say was? Oh Oh I don't know. Did he drink much. He stole a horse once feeble minded stealing a horse you rate it as feeble minded and so it was kind of an absurd certain episode but one that had huge

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"attainments" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"attainments" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"K. E. X. dot com the fusion a letter attainment and in like manner man slow down slow down I'm I'm I'm afraid she might lose her head she might loser loser teeth today we don't know but she has just come back from the nunnery back from the convent where she has been sequestered and taken her vow of silence so she could pray to the lord in the heavens above and read those secret documents the constitution because this is a historic day and Nancy who is spend in seclusion meeting with some of the greatest spiritual leaders of our day Moses Jesus fusion GPS all of them have been there to counsel her today she's going to lead us really in a day of mourning as they take the stage otherwise known as the house changer and impeach only for first time in American history in he just sitting president so salary man by the way you work today I mean I hope by I mean unless I have you know some sort of brain disorder or something I'm you know I'll remember sure I think I was in I don't Dallas I know I was in America that day but I don't think this is a historic day they keep using that word I do not think it means what they think it means more in one minute is the Glenn Beck program remember the time when you found out that you had inherited millions of dollars from some Nigerian prince you didn't even know your related to all you needed to do was just give him some.

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"attainments" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

10:39 min | 1 year ago

"attainments" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello word nerds what's up with you i'm doing just fine thank you for asking we are at the top of the the second column of page seventy nine and that is the third quarter if you couldn't figure that out all right the first word for this episode is attainment AT t. a. i n. m. e. n. t. this is a noun from fifteen forty nine one one the act of attaining the condition of being attained number two something attained and a synonym is accomplishment it feels very good when you have accomplished something don't you think next we have attained ATT i n t the first form form of two this is a transitive verb from the fourteenth century one to affect by attained her and if you remember from the end of the last episode painter has a couple of definitions one form of it was dishonor that's a synonym let's see back to a taint to a we have these synonyms infect and corrupt to be is archaic and we have these synonyms taint i have a feeling that's a very old version of the word of that many of you might think of also sully actually yes no sorry backtrack yes when you when you taint something you sully it you i guess you attained it and number three is also a chaotic archaic archaic and it is the synonym accused no definition there and that's it for that one now we're going to move onto the second form of a taint this is is a noun from fifteen ninety two it is obsolete and it says a stain upon honor or purity synonym is disgrace now we have after i think that's how it's pronounced or it could be ah tear no there's i still am not not completely sure how ace sounds when you put an all-out over it is it's not a because that has the line over it attar or a chair at at hair one of those it spelled a. t. t. a. r. okay this is interesting it says also auto eight oh sorry o. t. t. o. auto and that also shows in a with an umlaut for the first syllable so that's aw so app tar atar maybe that's how the other one was pronounced but it's interesting that's a completely the different spelling auto and at ter ter okay this is a noun from seventeen ninety eight a fragrant essential oil as from rose petals also these synonym fragrance i spent more time on just how to pronounce the word than anything anything else this is from persian a tear a t. i r. which means perfumed and that is from aerobic eter IT are which means perfume now we have the word attempt this is a transitive tiv- verb forum the fourteenth century one to make an effort to do accomplish solve or effect as in attempted to swim the swollen river sounds like a quote from something but it doesn't tell me who it is from okay number two is archaic and and we just have the synonym tempt number three is also archaic and it says to try to subdue or take by force oh right we have okay we have a synonym it is the word attack and attempt to bowl is an adjective the etymology says this this is from latin attempt tara which is from ad plus temp tara which means to touch or try and there's more at the word attempt and we have some synonym information attempt try endeavor essay or strive mean to make an effort to accomplish an end attempt stresses the initiation or beginning of an effort as in will attempt to photograph the rare bird try is often close to attempt but may stress effort or experiment made in the hope of testing or proving something as in tried to determine which was the better procedure endeavor heightens the implications of exertion kevin exertion yet because over to the second line and difficulty as in endeavored to find crash survivors in the mountains yeah they might appreciate that s. a. e. s. a. y. implies difficulty but also suggests tentative trying or experimenting as in well sorry will essay a dramatic role for the first time i don't think i've ever heard the word essay used in this form to me me it's always just you know you got to write an essay for class okay strive implies great exertion against great difficulty and specifically suggests persistent effort as in continues to strive for peace i am doing that now we have the the second form of the word attempt this is a noun from fifteen thirty four one a the act or an instance of attempting especially an an unsuccessful effort one be something resulting from or representing an attempt as in surrounded by a few who attempts at rose bushes and that is from marian engel e. n. g. e. l. we have number two oh yes number two we have the synonyms attack and assault as in an attempt on the life of the president no comment and and next we have the word attend this is a verb from the fourteenth century we will start with the transitive definitions one to pay attention to to to look after take charge of as in campsites attended via park rangers and that is a quote the it's very basic but it's a quote i guess from jackson rivers three a to go or stay with as a companion nurse or servant three b. to visit professionally especially as a physician for where did it go is archaic four so there's four a four b those are both archaic for a says to wait for for b. two b. in store for five live to be present with synonym is a company six to be present at or go to as in attend law school and here we go with the transitive definitions one to apply oneself as in attend to your homework sounds like something my grandparents parents probably said to my dad go attend to your your work well it says work i've added a i think i added the home attend to your work but they probably still told him that anyway number two to apply the mind or pay attention synonym is he'd h. e. e. e three a to be ready for service as in ministers who attend upon the king three b to be present four is obsolete and we have the synonyms weight and stay five to direct one's attention synonym is c. s. e. like i see you but i don't but maybe i do as in all attend to that attender tender is a noun and we will do one more for this episode it is the word attendance a. t. e. n. d. a. n. c. not this is a noun of ood when i'm realizing i skipped the etymology for ten so let's do that now this is from anglo-french alessandra it has that pesky diario at the end which is from the latin autant-lara which literally means to stretch too and that is from ad plus us ten DRA which means to stretch and there's more at the word thin away now we have the word attendants sorry about that it's a noun from the fourteenth century entry won the act or fact of attending as in a physician in attendance to a the person's the yet that's that's plural the person's or number of persons attending also an account of persons attending as in the teacher took attendance before starting class i am sure most of you maybe not those who were home schooled but most of you are very familiar with this process at the beginning of class they take attendance and you say here or what's up or yeah that's me all right and to be the the number of times a person attends and we didn't have a lot of words in this episode but i still have to pick one is the word of the episode uh-huh but we're going to pick that word that i had a hard time pronouncing otter or attire air or auto it is spelled a. t. a. r. that's the word of the episode that is the end of this episode we are almost in the middle of december i don't know why i said that i just have these little post it notes that tell me what days are for which page and that's it thank you for listening until until next time this is spencer reading the dictionary and it's very possible tomorrow's episode will have a guest reader will find out in mere moments okay goodbye.

"attainments" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"attainments" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"I'm not fluence the taste influence her different from attainment yes how do you or when you're influencing when you've got a brand so it's all full circle public figure yeah got it what is it now there's a difference between influence influences typically didn't have a real opinionated takes makers feel like so try it influences have good taste no no some good taste is there a difference honestly i know we were trying to make jokes but what is the difference i think influences just someone with those sellers say wait out of my great amari on press conference did you have to say about the live serie once once from what you said he wasn't signed in a more kind of don't care about that but i wanted to go from the press conference to win the more on came out dancing on the stage i just wanted to go from slim ross to appreciating all that amaury on his don't fengjie that was one of the greatest moments is though he was there was look at your questions stuck in staal e there he's probably a roots picnic this year i'm getting the fuck out he's guys don't care about amari on and i don't care about whatever they're talking about right now well way something else was important what didn't we touch bog if there was important oh y'all don't care about while mrs chris brown why do you keep saying okay enough is now in the know now nobody's going anywhere.

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"attainments" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"attainments" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"I'm not fluence the taste influence her different from attainment yes how do you or when you're influencing when you've got a brand so it's all full circle public figure yeah got it what is it now there's a difference between influence influences typically didn't have a real opinionated takes makers feel like so try it influences have good taste no no some good taste is there a difference honestly i know we were trying to make jokes but what is the difference i think influences just someone with those sellers say wait out of my great amari on press conference did you have to say about the live serie once once from what you said he wasn't signed in a more kind of don't care about that but i wanted to go from the press conference to win the more on came out dancing on the stage i just wanted to go from slim ross to appreciating all that amaury on his don't fengjie that was one of the greatest moments is though he was there was look at your questions stuck in staal e there he's probably a roots picnic this year i'm getting the fuck out he's guys don't care about amari on and i don't care about whatever they're talking about right now well way something else was important what didn't we touch bog if there was important oh y'all don't care about while mrs chris brown why do you keep saying okay enough is now in the know now nobody's going anywhere.

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"attainments" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"attainments" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Right you in a moment just be quiet reportedly gives like i have a lot of friends that are urged to the brewers and what i've been in the club business for now whose book ten years he's though a lot moved on me in a club business are either shivers dancers or delays of somebody supplement attainment suggest another day basically yeah my life is full of surprises within knows the president of the just i expected i spent a lot of things to happen but i mean for other people who have they don't they don't they don't see it alight inuit in and they're not your your your great guy we've talked to a lot of time left a movie dawson you do a lot of things i like the way you listed fifty days and she's like i just get two s strip at our whoop yours if it now before we before we go as is they had these people's real quick over here but now that don't you get them and i got to know just a little bit about the dominatrix life you clientele what's is it like what is it mostly comprised of a you able to say uh yeah mainly have like clients that last for like three to five years and ain't come to me with all of the past traumas that we relocate or is it a mixture of male and female was more it's it's more for my pay clients it's more male but i stuff i'm with a female any particular age group usually 33 40s through 40s are sound like a good candidate for.

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"attainments" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:51 min | 4 years ago

"attainments" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Yeah yeah as the fusion of won't attainment and in latin the glenn so i love this i mean if you ever your alarm went off this morning and you thought i hate that sound and you've had a tough morning let me start with this you're never going to complain about your alarm again a guy who's only identified dow is dillon he's a teenager he was out at a the wilderness camp he was in colorado he was sleeping outside of the tent in sleeping bag when he was awaken to a crunching sound as his eyes opened up he realized that his head was inside the mouth of a bear a handed the crunching son was his skull yet as the teeth were coming down on the skull and scraping against his skull that's what he heard at it was put the bear was pulling him out of the sleeping bag and dragging him by his head into the woods to edm i thought it was a good way to west london morning also yuka complain all you want about your alarm clocks thought i was pierce when my alarm went off at four yeah and still is not a bear pulling out another early a problem at all no so anyway so dillon's started screaming he punched the bear in the throats of you times everybody's to started coming out and punching the pair the bear let dillon go and ran off into the woods they're looking for the bear now black bears are not usually like that when food is involved they'll they'll get in although the they'll get scrappy if you will or if you are going after one of their cubs but usually they don't reach seek out humans to eat them yeah they don't usually put your head in their mouth so they're going out these they need to kill the spare on my gosh on all my gosh wipro which inside that dillon's white and that's a black bear of the racism never see always knows we always try to protect the polar bears will be go shoot the black bears angullia that yeah mm you got a problem of racism guy so let's talk white bears black bears again it's not that harden let's talk about isis here's the good news and i could just stop a.

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"attainments" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"attainments" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Mom the future of won't attainment and enlightenment before the glenn america welcome to the program it is father's day weekend have you plan on doing something great for your father i know that fathers can eat free at hooters on sunday i heard yet and also really you bring your dad's a hooters and i think they get a free meal or you know free breast or whatever it is at hooters uh so yeah yeah i know that we're all my daughter's wanted take me for mother's day is the hooters uh what a place what a place to celebrate father's day anyway you know you might but might bear might end up having more children under saying ads can be can expand your father headaches exactly right in your palm near like that food put me in the mood i'm going to say nothing like fried chicken wings to you in the language in the mood honey congratulations for having another kid it's not your after that whole process all i always anatomy i didn't think of it that way i was uh you're sick are are walls dick oh yeah okay let's let's start first of all anybody watched the game last night i did watch some of discuss i w i wa first of all i wanted to see if if our congressman can play baseball apparently to that is know apparently daily were they can't do that either not all republicans lose the democrats have baseball i dunno ocibu there was a game wasn't as possible what are you like the democrats are some sort another older yeah other you know there's nambypamby they're they're like other their participation taunt the about boll over the liberal why know that i know the participated grozny whining about it i i get i know the participation trophy thing that's why i said there should have been a mercy rule last night eleven to two especially after a tragedy that happen you would think they would have invoked the mercy rule a little bit.

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