35 Burst results for "Ayman"

Brit Charged in Terror Beheadings Scheduled to Plead Guilty

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 9 months ago

Brit Charged in Terror Beheadings Scheduled to Plead Guilty

"A British national accused of torturing and beheading American and European hostages in Syria is scheduled to enter a guilty plea in a U. S. courtroom this week Alexander Ayman Coty one of the four members of an Islamic state group cells referred to as the Beatles by their captives because of their British accents has filed a request to change his plea to guilty in a federal court just outside of Washington DC Cody and another suspect are being held in the U. S. charged with the deaths of American journalist James Foley and Steven Sotloff and aid workers Kayla Mueller and Peter kassig as well as other captives in twenty eighteen he told the Associated Press he thought the hostages deaths were a mistake I didn't see any benefit and that it was something that was sad and regrettable the other suspect reached a plea deal a third member of the group is jailed in Turkey and the fourth scene on graphic videos was killed in a drone strike in twenty fifteen Jackie Quinn Washington

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"ayman" Discussed on RISE Podcast

RISE Podcast

02:44 min | 9 months ago

"ayman" Discussed on RISE Podcast

"We're really helped me in my season. Changes continue to help me is. I realized the truth. I realized that i had to defeat the enemy. You might say. Trent who's the enemy is not the haters. People live is not true opposition. The enemy is often internal the enemy is often hear. Dr ayman says. He told me this when i was visiting me. Said it's not the thoughts that you have thoughts that you attacks to the thoughts and i thought that was a great breakthrough. 'cause i love to say your perspective can either be your power. Your prison and i'll realize the greatest battle that we're ever going to face is not an external one. It's an internal it's right here. This is the greatest war. So i to understand what my enemies were. Because i learned this. The one of the greatest needs as a human is the need to consistently realize how you identify yourself in some of us. We are made up our mind. I've been guilty of this too. We identified ourselves bar pass. We identified ourselves by our failure. We identified ourselves by our limitations in. We start to operate like that. That's the few that fuse our life and is actually a chain that prevents you from progress in life. Because you're identifying yourself by something that doesn't serve you so i wanna tell you this right now. Only you know what your enemy is. I don't know though salam battles that you have talking about the social media stuff. I'm not talking about the perfect. So it's just you and your thoughts. I don't know what those things are. But you have to the bella per game plan to slay those enemies in your life in remind yourself of who you are. And who's you are remind yourself of what your created for and this is not just motivational. Talk this accurate. Talk so number one. Defeat the enemy. So if i'm you. I'm right down all the enemies in my life and i'm gonna tell myself why i have to defeat these enemies what it's costing me not to defeat these enemies and i would think a year from now if i don't fight. in march in june july. I asked myself that question daily. And if you don't fight for this new normal if you don't fight for your life but you don't fight for those that you love fight for your mission.

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"ayman" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

05:31 min | 9 months ago

"ayman" Discussed on Comunicazione Emozionale con Ema

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"ayman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"ayman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"ayman" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

Noah Kagan Presents

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"ayman" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

"Because it's more line with what our customers want and the last one is. We probably rushed into launching marcus last year. A little preemptively rather than like like it was on had been building up for last few years. And we're like when are we gonna watch marina launch at just felt like okay. It's time i think all three of those moments if we were to just take a step back spend a little bit more time on on the launch phase. The start phase. I think we would better setup all of them for much with grand briefcase in bookmark blazer doing great now we might have had a much smoother. Wash through through those if someone is out there they're in college or they're just starting their online business content creator. How could someone improved to become a c. to be successful. Ceo you better ceo. I think number one. It starts with effective communication. I think like if you're unable to effectively communicate both written and orally it'll be hard for you to convey the ideas to the entire company. It'll be hard for you to figure out. How do we hire good job description. What is the strategy. How do we convey that to the team So that's number one is just saw. You should never never to is figure out. Where's your skillset. Where's your ideal. Skill set is in sales in product is in engineering. You're thinking about yourself has t shaped. Ceo there's often this this constant of t shape marketer. Or you want to be super brought. You wanna know a little. Bit about accounting. You wanna know a little bit about marketing. Wanna know little bit about sales a little bit about engineering. You want to know a little bit about everything but there should be one thing that you're go deepa one thing that you become an expert in that should be overlaid with. It's the strengths of the company and so figuring out on the entire executive team. You should a little bit about everything to the point where you know enough about legal where you're not necessarily a lawyer but you're not led by legal right you're able to. I focus on the strategy and had helped out there. And then i think the third one is focusing on the fundamentals is figuring out. How do you continue sleep. Double down on hiring strategy execution people cash the.

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"ayman" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

Noah Kagan Presents

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"ayman" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

"World's best chinese food in your particular coat that's number one when you think about strategy number two. Are you going to be a the greatest value chinese restaurant. Are you going to be the world's best. Chinese restaurant michelin star chinese restaurant. Are you trying to franchise right. What is the vision. You want to have your company. What's the direction they're all great. You decide what's most exciting and we're strategy. What can you be the best world at right. if you'd ask yourself. What can i be the best in the world at work back from there. That'll help you decide strategy but obviously like let's say you wanted to be the best value. Chinese restaurant work out all that. Then that's execution. How are you interacting with vendors to keep the costs down to translate that by june march. How are you thinking about that in terms of your staff turnover. How are you talking about that in terms of being able to keep your rent down. Like how are you executing on delivering on that value and this is where most restaurants fail the cash. They basically operate at super paper thin margins. Most restaurants fail in years because the tax bill rise in january and they don't have any cash leftover from executing entire years to pay the tax bill and so they're in and out within eleven months and so thinking about the cash always the entire time. Make sure that you can survive your too and if you can make your three most restaurants last forever you know as long as they need to and then the last one is like i as you know. Working in a restaurant is one of the most stressful jobs of all time. Much-respected suit like you're working double shifts constantly but she has owner. How are you maintaining that that excite are you maintaining that passion thinking about that vision to the point where this chef is now..

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"ayman" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

Noah Kagan Presents

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"ayman" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

"There's three stages of the company number one start up. There's the grow up and then there's the scale and i think that getting a company from zero million get it off the ground really being taken to that next level. You're hiring the team in place you're putting the processes in place you're thinking about. What is the long term strategy of the business then. The third component is scale. What do we need to do to go from one hundred million to a billion what do we need to do in terms of thinking about hiring the next level executive team. What do we need to do to think about crapping ourself for hype you. Rightness regulatory compliance meeting with potential bankers going through all of that process. And i think there's three very different seizure company. What is sexy bastards editor boy. Mr bicycle aka can't lose. Ak eight noah kagan in today's episode. I talked to our very own one of my good friends aim alabama. He's the current. Ceo of app sumo. He personally led the business from four million dollars when we thought it was almost gonna fail to over eighty five million dollars in revenue but as we enter our next phase of growth. He recommended that we actually find our next. Ceo reflecting back on 'em and six years at absolute. There are so many golden nuggets. Along the way i literally can't believe we're giving away for free but it's so valuable for you if you've ever wanted to grow in scale a large company well we're paying one hundred thousand dollars if you yes you can refer our next ceo so if you know someone who's a woman man really impressive person please. Plenum ceo at app sumo dot com with their linked in profile. And you have to know this person in this conversation here learn three gigantic things number one. The five fundamentals of being a ceo to the different stages have grown a company and three highlights and lowlights from running apps. Simone enjoy those who things plus a bunch. Your it's along the way..

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"ayman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"ayman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ayman Abu Alouf, working at the small hours last Sunday at Shifa Hospital in Gaza City, or he was chief of internal medicine, trained medical students and supervised award for covert 19 patients. Former colleague called the BBC. I would say he was the most kind hearted and compassionate person I have ever seen in my life. Dr Aloof, had been home for about an hour when there was an air strike on his street. Israeli military says the target was above an underground military structure occupied by Hamas. When the underground structure fairly and so did the foundations of houses and shops. Causing unintended casualties, in the words of a statement. Human abuela roof was buried beneath the rubble and died. So where his mother father, his wife, Ream and their 17 year old son, Tawfik and 12, year old daughter top 14 year old Abraham al Masri was playing in his front yard in northern Gaza when an airstrike hit. And his brother were killed along with several other relatives. Surviving brother told a F P We were laughing and having fun when suddenly they began to bomb us. Everything around us caught fire. You know of Eagle was also killed this week when shrapnel from a rocket fired by Hamas burst through the window or his family had taken cover. In the southern Israeli city of Sederot. Times of Israel says his mother and seven year old sister were injured. You know of Eagle was five years old. Khalil, a wad and his 16 year old daughter, Nadine, a Palestinian family living in Lord Israel died when a rocket fired by Hamas landed close to their car. Dean was 16.

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Why the hack of Microsoft's email system is getting worse

CNBC's Fast Money

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Why the hack of Microsoft's email system is getting worse

"Welcome back to fast. We're learning more about a massive hack attack on microsoft's widely use email software. Some thirty thousand. Us companies could have been hitting this attack age avarice has got the very latest ayman. Yeah melissa the white house says it's leading a whole of government response taking this very seriously. Here's the statement from the national security council earlier in response to this hack which is allegedly coming from china. They say this is an active threat still developing and we urge network operators to take it very seriously. They say they're still figuring out. Exactly how a network operators can mitigate this threat but i talked to the president of one of the cybersecurity companies earlier today one of the cyber security companies that i spotted this exploit in the wild and actually alerted microsoft to the fact that they had a problem with their microsoft exchange email server software and i asked him why this thing was so hard to see he explained. This was tricky. Take a listen. It was quite under the radar and the sense that it wouldn't trigger any security alarm bells. Wouldn't trigger antivirus software. The actions that are being taken you know weren't too alarming of raising the alert but when our team kind of dug in a bit. You know we've found. Hey these guys are actually exploiting a bug in microsoft exchange so too big problems here. One is the fact that if you patch this software. Now you're not necessarily going to mitigate the damage because the attacker could already be inside your systems right so if the chinese are in your system reading your email and you closed the front door. The burglar is still in the building. That's necessarily a solution. The other big problem here is that other hacking entities around the world watched this unfolding last week and decided to pile on take advantage of some of the same zero day exploits that these chinese hackers were allegedly using and that means that a lot more entities out there a lot more groups of bad guys could be exploiting this same information stealing this email and doing just about anything with it so you could see ransomware attacks. You could see all kinds of other developments as a result of this hack and we still haven't seen all of that play out yet so some real problems now for. It departments and for people in the suite trying to figure out what to do with all this aim and it sounds like it's mostly small and medium sized businesses but what alarms me was that electric providers also hit reportedly in this attack. And you sort of walk through and for people who are sort of discounting this thinking just small medium sized business at the chinese get into the the personal email of an ice cream parlor like that's not going to be a big deal but the ramifications are actually much bigger than that. Yeah i mean what microsoft said in its initial posting about this is that they were targeting infectious disease experts law firms non-governmental organizations so a range of things that could involve classified technology or could involve sort of defense industrial complex stuff generally but also very specific medical and disease information potentially around covid nineteen and other other things so just imagine the damage that could happen to you as a company. If you're law firm got hit by one of these writing and that's all your secrets are right so the problem is pretty exponential and we just don't know who else has now piled on and is also stealing emails as a result of this same exploit because a lot of bad guys around the world said. Hey you know what. That's a great idea. we can do that too. And they piled in through the week last week. All right amen. Thank you

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Trump's Census Director To Quit After Trying To Rush Out 'Indefensible' Report

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Trump's Census Director To Quit After Trying To Rush Out 'Indefensible' Report

"The U. S Census Bureau director is announcing his resignation. Ayman Mohyeldin has more Steve Dillingham announced his retirement today to staff on the Census Bureau website. He said it would take effect Wednesday at noon. There have been allegations that dealing ham back to partisan push to release census data by mid January despite questions about its

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What happened in Washington DC yesterday? A timeline of insurrection

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

05:54 min | 1 year ago

What happened in Washington DC yesterday? A timeline of insurrection

"With runoff victories. In georgia meaning democrats are set to take back. The senate spent yesterday morning interviewing cliff. Albright an activist. Who helped turn out a record breaking number of georgia voters. It was a great conversation. Warm bright and then all hell broke. Loose sleep had a couple of reporters covering events in washington on the ground. One was embedded with the rioters who breached the capital and other was inside the chamber itself with the lawmakers. So we're going to tell the story of what happened from each of their perspectives. And we're going to start with ayman is my. I got there early. I got to the ellipse park. Just south of the white house. Amen was in dc to cover. What started out as protests. He is like you're hip photographer friend. He's undaunted casual and it makes it easier for him to sign up to all kinds of people and ask them questions. I would say that the mood was a people were happy. If felt like everyone had on their cool like trump swag and they were showing it off. You ever go to comic con. It really felt like comic People had sake trump faces cutouts. People had their favorite slogans all on their favorite t shirts. I would say ninety five percent of everyone who was there was like white maybe nine maybe ninety just to be generous here and my plan was to just talk to people get to know them. I wanted to know if i could get some closure on the trump era. This felt like this was the last opportunity to really talk to trump supporters at home where they're comfortable wearing their colors talking about their opinions. I was trying to do is. I was trying to have these conversations where i can be candid. They can be candid. It's not so hostile. The stakes don't seem so high. So i was able to do that with a bunch of different people which was satisfied. You know felt good one of them. One trump supporter looked me in the eyes and said jesus christ has come down and make it happen for years of trump is is still required. It's biblical i think. Yeah in what way do you think. I think that he is just in to be to have a second term as the confidence note. I'm talking about the confidence. It was crazy i like. I like to joke with my the people that i interview Just to kind of get them comfortable. And i talked to this one lady. I said she was kind of walking past me in the march as it. Hey do you mind if i get like click quote from you on. I don't want to hold you hostage though you're allowed to say no and she's like ha if you're holding me hostage gun and shoot you and i said you don't actually have a gun do you. And she said haha. I'm not going to tell you. And kinda liked walked off southlake own shit. Nobody actually got people probably brought their pistons of shouldn't so i kind of hung out over there for a long time of until trump's speech where he told his audience that he was going to no capitol building to protest the electoral college certification. You're going to walk down. Pennsylvania avenue i love pennsylvania and we're going to the capital and we're going to try at that moment. People didn't even wait for him to finish his speech. They immediately started marching leaving the lips park and going towards the capitol building so then we get to the steps of the capitol building. There's like this huge sculpture right on the front beautiful marble in his covered head to toe with trump supporters. Make climbed up the thing. They have their flags there screaming. Stop this deal. it's crazy. I've never seen people. Climb up on the memorials like anywhere in dc. We could do that to be honest. So i i go up the stairs i get to the door i'm trying to kind of maneuver my way in. There's like maybe four or five cops at the door for trying to keep maybe five thousand people out which is insane but then the trump supporters just ripped it out of their hand overpowered them and overwhelmed them. and we're able to force themselves inside and at this point unlike end the door in the doorway. I can see inside. I hear when cops say to the other. Look there's no way we can stop this. We just have to slow it down right and at this point it was like comfortable. You walk inside. There's no police presence you. You're surrounded by all of these famous paintings and sculptures that you've only ever seen textbooks like this is one of the most important buildings in the country but inside it just feels like a like trump playground. They were using it as their jungle. Gym they were flying around like having the most fun. It was very much a a celebration of trump on the inside of this building that it was a celebration of on the outside. The moon was definitely high. You know every once in a while people will start chanting stop the steel and the obligatory usa usa but for the most part people were taking pictures. People were happy to be on the inside. They were saying that this is their house. They were joking about how their tax dollars pay for things and every time anybody break something like the windows or doors or any of the various things that they destroyed on the inside they would make a joke about it and say hi our anyway we can do with it. What we want

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Idaho health board meeting halted after 'intense protests'

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Idaho health board meeting halted after 'intense protests'

"Public health officials Tuesday night was halted because of protests outside Intense protests led to an abrupt end to Tuesday night's meeting of the Central Health District. In Boise, Idaho. Board member Diana Laci Ondo tearfully told others she had to go home to be with her son because protesters were outside their home. Dr. Ted App really added, It is not under control of my house. And it's not under control of Diana's house. Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Central Health District parking lot protest was organized, at least in part by a loose knit group called People's Rights, which was created by Ayman Bundy, who led armed standoffs in Nevada in 2014 and Oregon. In 2016, I might grow CIA.

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Caroline Rose Giuliani, daughter of Rudy, says Trump 'has this echo chamber of lies around him'

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Caroline Rose Giuliani, daughter of Rudy, says Trump 'has this echo chamber of lies around him'

"Caroline Rose Giuliani, thank you so much for coming on the podcast whereas thank you for having me. So the headline on your appease is attention grabbing Rudy Giuliani is my father please everyone vote for Joe Biden and Kamala. Harris. What on earth, feel compelled to go public with your support of the ticket that's trying to beat your father's clients life just like our country is in such a state of crisis and has been for so long. It really reached a boiling point for me and it is attention grabbing I guess jeans have a way of being able to do that but I was hoping I could use that attention for something. Than hopefully, inspiring people to vote and believe that Joe Biden and calmly can start turning this country around in the piece you write about a briefly about how as growing up you would get into arguments with your father political arguments, and if memory serves those arguments didn't go well yeah. They were just like so many people across America have these difficult conversations with their family and you know it's taxing. It's hard always but I was always grateful to be having conversations even when they were challenging and difficult because I think it trained me to be able to stand up for what I believe in in a way. You know you also right and this is aside from the headline. This was to me one of the more arresting paragraphs read if being the daughter of polarizing mayor who became the president's personal bulldog has taught me anything it is that corruption starts with yes. Men and women the cronies who create an Echo Chamber of lies and subservience to maintain their proximity to power. We've seen this ad Nauseam with trump and his cadre. Of High. level. Sycophants parenthesis the ones who weren't convicted anyway and parenthesis. That's pretty hard stuff to say especially when one of those people is Your Dad Yeah I've spent a lot of my life observing just because I've had access to sort of such an interesting and unusual world observing the effects of Ayman, power on people in general, not just auditions but even people in Hollywood and it's something that's very interesting to me as. Like a psychological subject. So I spent a lot of time thinking about that and just watching the last four years how trump has just evolved into this ego mania I mean he was already there but devolve further it just sort of highlighted for me the reasons behind that, and that's because he has his echo chamber of lies around him. The piece starts with this great inning line. I have a difficult confession something I usually save for at least the second date my father is Rudy Giuliani. What is the reaction of people whether they are people you're on dates with even out in the world you're a filmmaker in Los Angeles how do people react when they find out? Oh my God. You're his daughter. It's been an interesting ride through life's sort of like navigating how to reveal that information to people because through many phases, some phases where I just didn't tell anybody I didn't want anybody to know I wanted man identity and then I grew to consulate place where I would only help you. But when I trust down, then there was a phase in my life where I told people at the time that was funniest to me. Has Jets. Get Very, you know people are very surprised especially given how different my values are and how different I am as arson and the things I focus on, and now I basically just helped meatball if there's ever something in my life that's related to that fact I sort of don't hold back and trust that people can see me for me and see that that's something that. Helps shake my experiences but then much much more than that. How hard was it for you to come to terms with who you are who your family is then to be able to stand in your own space in your own truth as your own person yeah. I mean I've always had a really strong drive and to have that solo identity and to tell stories that are. Up to stigmatize things in the world and create more empathy. So I think I've always had fairly strong idea of what I want to do. It was more the difficulty around people keep me in that box even though I'm expressing myself. So that's why I went through the phases of hiding at. It's it's been a journey but I'm grateful for the experience of sort of like having to navigate that given so many opportunities as well not because of my name but just simply because I am very, very privileged upbringing and I'm extremely lucky and I'm so grateful for that

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Stocks Rally as President Plans Return to White House

CNBC's Fast Money

03:31 min | 1 year ago

Stocks Rally as President Plans Return to White House

"Trump's medical team confirming just a short time ago that he will be leaving the Walter Reed. Medical. Center in about ninety minutes from now let's get straight to Ayman Jabar's outside Walter Reed with the latest Ayman. Melissa that's right. The president's doctor said that he's feeling well enough that he just doesn't need all the bells and whistles of this facility. You see behind me they brought him here out of an abundance of caution day said because this is one of the world's greatest medical facilities but they're confident at this point that they can treat him continue to treat him and monitor 'em over the next week or so back at the White House where they have pretty good facilities of their own, here's what the president's doctors said just a short time ago. We send patients home. With medications, all the time he in fact, yesterday afternoon, he probably met most of his discharge requirements safely from the hospital. and. He's returning to a facility White House Medical Unit that staff twenty, four, seven, topnotch. Physicians Nurses PA's logisticians and the unit here the team here behind he's going to continue to support us in that nature. Now the president had a tweet just before the doctors came out explaining his decision to leave. We should should see that departure here coming up later on this evening, the president and his tweet saying, he'll be leaving Walter Reed says feeling really good. Don't be afraid of, Covid don't let it dominate your life. We have developed under the trump administration some really great drugs and knowledge I feel better than I did twenty years ago. So the president on a high here as he gets set to leave all to read feeling very good heading back to the White House this evening, and then we'll see to what degree they can resume business as usual during the course of. The rest of this week of course, the virus itself is still rampaging through the president's staff Kaley Meccan any the White House press secretary announced today that she has diagnosed positive with covid nineteen. A number of other White House staffers revealed today diagnosed positive over the weekend as well. So the the virus continues to spread through the president's staff at the White House even as the president prepares to go back to the White House Tonight Melissa back over to you amen thank you aiming Jabar's outside Walter Reed let's take look at the market reaction here because it was decisive stocks rallying late in the session on this news, the president is leaving the hospital guy. Donnie for market. Shrugged off the president being hospitalized on. Friday is quite a reaction that we saw in today's session to news that he's being released. Without question I couple of weeks ago I thought there's a really good chance we would trade up to thirty, three, ninety five, which was the prior all time high s and P five hundred made in February and I thought we'd failed their Friday that looked to be pretty prescient obviously today sort of blew that up closing at thirty, four, ten, you know the market is it's obviously resilient. There's obviously a lot of things going on here that news is outstanding clearly, and the market took its cues from that. So about stimulus but I mentioned two things that I think are worth bringing up fact that the vix is so stubborn still round at twenty eight level I think it actually closed. Higher on the day take that for what it's worth and you. So one of the biggest one day moves in the Bond Market Tim. Can speak to this I. Think in terms of yields I think the ten years the highest level we've been since June sixteenth and in terms of the not it's the lowest we've seen since that date. So that's something to watch as well but just looking through the of the S. and P. Five hundred and to a certain extent, the Russell, very, very encouraging for the bulk camp.

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Dallas' Rowlett High School Cancels Varsity Football Games After Player Contracts COVID-19

Red Eye Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas' Rowlett High School Cancels Varsity Football Games After Player Contracts COVID-19

"The North Texas High School football team is canceling games after a player tested positive for covert 19 the round let high school varsity football team calling off its games through October. 9th officials with Garland, I guess, T say the infected player and the rest of the rally team will quarantine for 14 days. Families of quarantine players have also been given resource is to monitor symptoms, the district reminding all families and staff that they can get free cove in 19 testing at Ayman Care.

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"ayman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"ayman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Those nominations that he's had for the U. S Supreme Court as on speaking, I hear the flourishes is coming in for a kiss on the podium. We'll take you now live to the Rose Garden, Ayman Fox, Eric and family. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank.

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"ayman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"ayman" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Buddy are unknown, man. Your eyes going on. You've got my big break somebody about a bag into your place. Nobody. I paid my two after my sentence. Committed on bad mistakes. Ah! Ayman fortune and everything that goes, I think you know better. A zombie.

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"ayman" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"ayman" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The its travel with Stephanie Abrams. I am so delighted to once again be speaking with Ayman Devil Eros grandson, Ayman Oak. We've who Are you still very much involved? A za TV? Oh, Minister, an Irish government government. But I am a TV OK, I'm very, very, very, very involved in particularly involved. Initials in relation to the peace process, an island which is still ongoing. It's unfinished business Right now it's an evolution is on. I'm walking still with post communities. I do quite a bit of work, which They're Republicans over imprisoned but all to local contacts with the unions community. Am, I will even talking I when I got elected divorce time in 89. Hey, I showed an interest in dinars. If something was concerned about a talk to stand off policy of not talking to people it was wrong. I believe that the only way of bringing peace of vote is done by security forces. But by talking and persuasion I used to visit prisoners to Republican presidents in Britain and in Northern Ireland well in the nineties, and I obviously didn't do that during the period from to 1000 from 1987 to 2000 and 11 when I was a minister in the government. Accidentally. I started doing it again. Norton Salt on DH. That work continues. People can be critical about you talking to this one, or 2-1..

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White couple who pointed guns at protesters blames "angry mob"

Chicks On the Right

05:11 min | 2 years ago

White couple who pointed guns at protesters blames "angry mob"

"AA couple pointed guns of protest is unlikely to face charges, Law professor says, And it was funny because Rob sent me the story. I recognize the law professor's name because he was one of my law professors. When I was in law school back in the early two thousand's. Now you actually have that your law degree is from ST Louis, right? Louis University? Yeah. John. Ayman is the guy's name, and these two are being vilified on by the way. The ri. This is really important because the ST Louis Circuit attorney Kim Gardener, she is a really radical person, and she is It appears dead set on trying to find something to charge these these two with But your buddy, the guy who and by the way, you're such an upstanding citizen, a man of the law. How could this guy be anything But right, John Ayman said. This quote They have the open carry laws in Missouri that allows them to have their guns in public. We have the castle Doctrine says You can defend your house and your lives and your property and we have the law that says you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat. So Here's pretty cut and dry right there. These two did nothing wrong and the McCloskey's told the protesters. Hey, you're on private property and you're on a private street. Now people log on privacy. It's all the time and Professor Raymond said that does automatically give the home of the right to threaten you with a weapon. However. If the anything were brought against homeowners, one might consider something like assault because you'd have to because you have a protester there. And what happened was the protesters broke down the gate. And trespassed on private property. Now it's one thing to just be in the subdivision looking for home. Hey, I'm going to Rob's house for a cookout or whatever, because it's fourth of July, right because it's like an open subdivision, which you can walk and you see these all the time they're all over central Indiana. There's nothing wrong with that. But a gated communities a little different, right? And even if even if you were let in the gate You Congar to the house that you're going to and you know, And you and your fine though the problem here is the fact that this was not the case. This is a case where protesters tore down the gate. And went on private property. And the McCloskey's Who, by the way, both attorneys too, By the way, you guys are everywhere. Yes, we are like Roaches got all over the place. They said Hey, you know, they have no idea what these people were going to do when they're going to attack their home and under the No. Was real off in the castle doctrine. You can defend your house. And your property and you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat because whether going to go run indoors and lock the door and have the protests got to know you don't get to do that. All right. So we got two clips here. One is from Tucker Carlson last night, And this is Mark McCloskey talking about what happened a little play by play and the fear that he and his wife felt for their lives. Take a listen. Well, Chuck, you gotta You gotta understand my house sits right on the edge of a road called King's Highway on our private places. Portland place where my wife and I were preparing to have dinner, maybe 70 feet from the gate. By the time we looked up, we saw that the march is coming down. King's hiring getting loud. We looked over at the gate. And there's no police. There are private security wasn't there. Nobody's down. I look over and my wife and I see all these people outside the gate and the gate bursts open. People start coming in and then Ah, flood of people start coming in. They're angry. They're screaming. They got spittle coming out of their mouth. They're coming toward the house. And you know I'm June, the second of this year, the protests in downtown ST Louis went violent instantly. People looting and violence and writing. I watched on live TV, the 7 11 in downtown ST Louis. From the moment the first window is broken. Throughout the looting process. Call. The fire was started and then tell the fire fully engaged the building. And nobody came that entire time I looked over my wife and I said, Oh, my God, Er, absolutely alone. There's nobody here to protect us. But there is the same night Retired Police captain David Dorine was murdered. When I saw that mob come through the gate With our rage and there and there. Anger. I thought that we would be overrun in the second. By the time I was out there with my rifle. The people were 20 or 30 feet from my front wall. I'm gonna low wall that separates the house from from my front yard. And so I was. I was literally afraid, and that within seconds they would surmount the wall. Come into the house, kill us burn the house down and everything that I've worked for and struggled for for the last 32 years. Tucker. I lived up what? Sigler's County a nice secure neighborhood 32 years ago, we moved into the city and took on a project or a storehouse that nobody else wanted. And you know where we were urban pioneers in those days and we've been there which sense working hood to build and maintain the same clothes and this and this very historic neighborhood. I did. I saw it all going up in flames in my life destroyed in an instant, and I did what I thought I had to do to protect my heart, My home and my family. That was Mark McCloskey willing Tucker Carlson last

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"ayman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

The LEADx Show

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"ayman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

"Hi. My, name's Tina dominy I'm the CEO Authentic strengths advantage, and it's a pleasure to be with you today and today we're going to talk about my new book. Authentic resilience and I'm going to share some tools with you that I think can help during these very challenging times. This is a very unique time in history that we're all facing right now. And everyone's been stretched to the limit and people are experiencing high stressors in anxiety and. You know they're. They're questioning their abilities, and there's just so much going on with people right now. Having relationship challenges because the stress, so I've written this book to help people to build their resilience, and we define resilience as the ability to bounce back from challenges, so with that said I wanNA take you to. One of the key concepts in the book, and that is moving from what's wrong to what strong so all of us in the past have been kind of wired really. Because of our survival instinct to focus on what's wrong, you know we're always looking to detect errors in to fix errors, and that's a great survival mechanism, but it's even more powerful with learning to focus on with strong dead. Our performance goes up. Archie goes up. There are a lot of benefits so today. We're going to talk about that. Really essential shift from focusing on what's wrong to focusing on our strengths with strong and we're GONNA do this with a three step process the first thing. Thing we're going to do. We're going to explore our strengths. And the many aspects of our strengths in our own uniqueness were also going to empower goals with our strengths, so we're gonNA look at ways that we can use our strengths to achieve more, and in most importantly to achieve life, satisfaction fulfillment, and finally we're going to consider how we can engage tur- strengths more consistently in all aspects of our lives, and this benefits are relationships as well so this is the three step process. And as we learn to use our strengths in those three ways, our resiliency goes up in energy and engagement achievement as I mentioned earlier, our relationships become more positive and healthier, and we achieve sense of wealthy, so we know from global peer reviewed. Research Studies that when we use our strings that we can achieve all of these. All of these benefits and more depending on how dedicated we are to really focusing on our strengths in using them consistently on a daily basis. So now we're GONNA take a look at this concept called the inner critic versus the inner coach and I'm going to share some tools with you to listen more consistently to your inner coach. Dr Daniel Ayman who wrote the forward to my new book. Authentic resilience talks about this concept called automatic negative thoughts, and he describes automatic negative thoughts is deceased in a were wired to survive right, and so we look like I said earlier at. At everything that's wrong. We tend to focus on what's wrong. <hes> and these automatic negative thoughts just pop into our minds is just part of the human experience. So what can we do to mitigate those I like to encourage my clients to turn up the volume on their inner coach in turn down the volume on their inner critic. How do we do that? It's what you choose to say to yourself and it's also learning to refute. When it enters your mind. And to do that very quickly, the research actually shows that before you have that cascade of all those stress hormones from negative by it only takes about a second of thinking it, so we really need to learn to refute it quickly and all share with you some ways to do that as well such as <hes>. You know it. Let's say you have an automatic automatic negative thoughts, and we think I'll never be able to take this project. Something negative like that or I. Don't have what it takes for that. K You stop your saw mid-sentence insane. We'll wait a minute I can use these particular strengths I. I've done similar projects in the past. You can start to refute it very quickly within about a second, and that's the best. Sometimes. We don't respond that Quigley in. We really internalize that emotion, but they're still many ways that we can deal with that type of negative

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Authentic Resilience

The LEADx Show

05:04 min | 2 years ago

Authentic Resilience

"Hi. My, name's Tina dominy I'm the CEO Authentic strengths advantage, and it's a pleasure to be with you today and today we're going to talk about my new book. Authentic resilience and I'm going to share some tools with you that I think can help during these very challenging times. This is a very unique time in history that we're all facing right now. And everyone's been stretched to the limit and people are experiencing high stressors in anxiety and. You know they're. They're questioning their abilities, and there's just so much going on with people right now. Having relationship challenges because the stress, so I've written this book to help people to build their resilience, and we define resilience as the ability to bounce back from challenges, so with that said I wanNA take you to. One of the key concepts in the book, and that is moving from what's wrong to what strong so all of us in the past have been kind of wired really. Because of our survival instinct to focus on what's wrong, you know we're always looking to detect errors in to fix errors, and that's a great survival mechanism, but it's even more powerful with learning to focus on with strong dead. Our performance goes up. Archie goes up. There are a lot of benefits so today. We're going to talk about that. Really essential shift from focusing on what's wrong to focusing on our strengths with strong and we're GONNA do this with a three step process the first thing. Thing we're going to do. We're going to explore our strengths. And the many aspects of our strengths in our own uniqueness were also going to empower goals with our strengths, so we're gonNA look at ways that we can use our strengths to achieve more, and in most importantly to achieve life, satisfaction fulfillment, and finally we're going to consider how we can engage tur- strengths more consistently in all aspects of our lives, and this benefits are relationships as well so this is the three step process. And as we learn to use our strengths in those three ways, our resiliency goes up in energy and engagement achievement as I mentioned earlier, our relationships become more positive and healthier, and we achieve sense of wealthy, so we know from global peer reviewed. Research Studies that when we use our strings that we can achieve all of these. All of these benefits and more depending on how dedicated we are to really focusing on our strengths in using them consistently on a daily basis. So now we're GONNA take a look at this concept called the inner critic versus the inner coach and I'm going to share some tools with you to listen more consistently to your inner coach. Dr Daniel Ayman who wrote the forward to my new book. Authentic resilience talks about this concept called automatic negative thoughts, and he describes automatic negative thoughts is deceased in a were wired to survive right, and so we look like I said earlier at. At everything that's wrong. We tend to focus on what's wrong. and these automatic negative thoughts just pop into our minds is just part of the human experience. So what can we do to mitigate those I like to encourage my clients to turn up the volume on their inner coach in turn down the volume on their inner critic. How do we do that? It's what you choose to say to yourself and it's also learning to refute. When it enters your mind. And to do that very quickly, the research actually shows that before you have that cascade of all those stress hormones from negative by it only takes about a second of thinking it, so we really need to learn to refute it quickly and all share with you some ways to do that as well such as You know it. Let's say you have an automatic automatic negative thoughts, and we think I'll never be able to take this project. Something negative like that or I. Don't have what it takes for that. K You stop your saw mid-sentence insane. We'll wait a minute I can use these particular strengths I. I've done similar projects in the past. You can start to refute it very quickly within about a second, and that's the best. Sometimes. We don't respond that Quigley in. We really internalize that emotion, but they're still many ways that we can deal with that type of negative

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Keeping Your Dream Alive with Drew Holcomb

The EntreLeadership Podcast

09:20 min | 2 years ago

Keeping Your Dream Alive with Drew Holcomb

"Today or conversation is with music city icon drew holcomb. And you may remember that. We talked to drew's manager Paul Steal a few weeks ago. But here's the thing you need to know about drew. He absolutely refuses to be limited by other people's labels yes? He's a killer singer and songwriter. And believe me you're GONNA WANNA listen to the end of this episode. But he's used that foundation of singing and songwriting to lay a platform for becoming an entrepreneur. An investor a business owner. The guys creative he's disciplined. He's an absolute anomaly. But all of these different roles and qualities they've come together to make for a pretty remarkable and outrageous life but as you will hear his path toward becoming one of Americana Music Most beloved and authentic figures. It was one that actually started over twenty years ago and it was birthed out of a tragedy. I played music all throughout high school. I was your classic like Gout. The Guitar Planning Life and Learning Songs and having fun just with friends. I didn't write a song until I was a junior in college. I went to a personal tragedy the summer after my junior year of high school at a younger brother special needs who passed away very unexpectedly. I was actually out of the country and music was sort of thing. Kinda got me through it so really for me. Music was this personal sort of healing anchor. Anchor exactly I've no thoughts of doing it professionally especially talented at that time. I don't think so. No no not really I mean I was. I was fine You know I always had a very sort of ernest. Hard-working like plow through it. Sort of ethic involved in scouts and was in the student body organization. And all the things you know at school. I Love School. I always student so I went to school to college with the intent of going to graduate school to study. History on my goal is to write books and be a history professor so that was the dream now somewhere along the way. My junior decided to go study abroad and I studied in Edinburgh Scotland and I didn't really know anybody so I took my guitar with me. You know that was like my main hobby was playing guitar and I just started writing songs like at night. I'd finish my work or whatever three roommates. A Frenchman Franck Thomas the German Dave the Canadian and drew the American. That sounds like the makings of a killer ban. Yes that's right court. What are you studying in? Scotland studying church history so studying sort of like a variety of classes but Studying sort of fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Scotland. Studying the early sort of early Roman church so sort of. Constantine through you know the the break-up of the Roman Empire so just like nerdy stuck just had your guitar with you the whole yet. I wasn't writing songs about any of that stuff. I mean it was informing you know in a way but now I just started writing songs and really. It was diving into that pain because what I knew I was GONNA do. I started writing songs because my senior project at. Ut was an oral history about my brother. So I was interviewing fifty to eighty people. Nurses doctors friends teachers cousins. Who grew up around him in his life. And I was trying to figure out why this like kid. With Spina Bifida made such an impact when he his funeral was like twenty five hundred on my word so I was just personally curious and also just thought it was a great way to sort of put this history stuff to work to do this oral history and so part of that was started writing songs about that. Sorta as a sideline and extending come home from Scotland and start my senior year. My friends start playing songs for my friends. They're like Ayman is a pretty good. You should maybe give this a go so I started looking some gigs in Knoxville. Like at bars and I'd play covers and originals. Invite my friends out and this mentor of mine. Basically told me so. Hey man graduate. School can wait a year to like. It's not going anywhere much to take a break. Do this music thing get a job. See what happens. And that was in the fall. Two Thousand and three and here we are in two thousand twenty. Golly that's crazy so when you started doing it and you were playing in those bars. You couldn't have been making much planning those bars. No it's probably pretty scrappy beginnings for a while. I would assume yeah really four or five years of absolute scrap absolute scrap. Was that whole time where you think to yourself. This is what I want to do with the rest of my life or were you just filling time. During that season I was enjoying sort of the process of seeing the country of convincing by then friend to date me and Mary me I was enjoying the freedom I really found a lot of freedom and being my own boss that was like also and I was like well. That's pretty cool. And then also the same time I was sort of looking at the writing on the wall of the other dream going man. It's like really hard to get a real decent job at university especially as sort of a you know another southern white male just like there's a lot of those PhD's in history saturated market. So I just honestly the part of it I was really loving the business and I was finding satisfaction in putting together the band and the recording process and learning I was growing. I felt like you know all these things. I didn't understand about music. I mean as a kid you get a record and you think Oh. These people just got no room. They've set up. Some microphones push record. And that's what you hear and then you realize that. Oh It's actually this incredibly long and arduous process but very satisfying process and so I found myself enjoying it and just kept going based on my dad. You know I'm just GonNa keep doing this until it stops growing and it didn't. You're still. Here is your idol dip. It was your dad. Supportive or your parents supportive as you were kind of pursuing this dream very supportive. My Dad always jokes. He says he has all these friends that tell him like. Why did you let drew do this? And he's like I let drew do anything you know. He's twenty one years. Old graduated from College Emmy debt which was Nice Ozone. Scholarship makes a big difference in your twenty two years old about. Can you pursue this dream? Well I have all this debt and I gotta get a certain amount of money job or can I like try to do something independently with it of hamstrings you? So I didn't have any deaths and my dad basically told me like. Hey Man if you're gonNa work hard at this your mom and I are in your corner like let's go for it and actually took me guitar shop and bought me like the nicest guitar he could afford and said like this is our send you on your way thing you know. Wow so very supportive stuff had other people say like I wanted your parents. Let you do this crazy thing. Let me amount of adult. Yeah that's right. You don't have to have your parents permission but it sure helps. Psychologically I think to have people that believe in you that in your corner day deal but also. They weren't covering like they weren't paying for you to do they work. They work funding your dream. But they were supporting your. Yeah but I gave me alone ten grand and make my first record but it was expected to be paid back. And did you pay of course? I figured you're probably not still in the payment plan. No I read this in. I think it was rolling stone. That wrote it. It said while working at a Memphis studio in the early two thousands holcomb started playing small bars on weekends and eventually found himself zigzagging across the south in old Volvo Wagon and putting nearly three hundred thousand miles on the car and five years first of all. Is that true very true? John Actually totaled at around two hundred and forty thousand miles and took it around mechanic and he he made it drivable not put another ninety thousand miles on it. That's insane you're going all over and then it says initially. He says he was barely making ends. Meet playing at the most random coffee houses and community college. Lunch hours anywhere. That would give me a little scratch to play my songs. So that's a pretty accurate representation. Those first few yeah definitely and you know some of those college. Gigs were literally community colleges noon and they had these entertainment budgets that they had dispensed they bring you in. I'd bring my own P. A. And severe that set it up in the corner at start playing and literally a third of the room when they realized the somebody was sort of interrupting their lunch would put their headphones on to listen to their music. While I'm playing in the corner so you had to have pretty thick skin letting you know their checks cashed and that's how I was able to afford to keep going so it was complete survival. Did you have moments where you were just like? What am I doing at least two or three times an hour? When I was playing shows seriously though you know sometimes about halfway through that period is when I got married. Ellie was a schoolteacher and then after a year of teaching administered go on. The road means so really my last year of doing a lot of those colleges she was with me and that was so much more fun because we were just getting the car and just laugh at how terrible the experience was you know like. I said they were the gigs paid and that was the right around the time we started having some success with songs on TV and film. This song live forever came out which did really well On. Tv show. Parenthood was the season. Finale montage moment and we got paid enough to get a van and we started getting asked to go on tour other singer. Songwriters. Dave Barnes and Marvis. Are these sort of smaller. You Know Club. Things were also starting to really make real fans and then it became. Maybe I want to do this for the rest of my life. Real to that point it was like this is a big.

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FBI warns foreign state-backed hackers are targeting US companies publicly working on COVID-19 treatments after China is called 'biggest threat to America'

Squawk Pod

01:20 min | 2 years ago

FBI warns foreign state-backed hackers are targeting US companies publicly working on COVID-19 treatments after China is called 'biggest threat to America'

"New threat to America's pharmaceutical companies racing to develop a vaccine and it comes from China Ayman Jabar's is live with US tonight. Amant Yup good evening tyler. That data surrounding Corona virus vaccine and therapeutic research has suddenly become some of the most important data on planet earth the FBI federal law enforcement agencies. Tell us that that data like any other. Valuable data is out there. As a target for thieves particularly cyber thieves from nation states. There was a report today of Iranian hackers trying to steal data from an American pharmaceutical company. There's also now concern about the Chinese the FBI weighing in tonight with a statement to CNBC explaining that they're working directly with some of those pharmaceutical companies the FBI statement is the FBI continues to work with our partners to share threat information and is actively engaged with pharmaceutical companies universities and researchers to help them protect their systems from compromise. Now Tyler the Department of Justice and the F. B. I. Say their message to pharmaceutical companies. Is if you see anything unusual in your computer systems. Don't assume it's the typical hacking that you've dealt with in years past. This is now a new level of intensity of interest in that data. And so you may be facing a new level of

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Talks Begin on Stimulus Plan as Trump Plays Down Virus Threat

CNBC's Fast Money

03:48 min | 2 years ago

Talks Begin on Stimulus Plan as Trump Plays Down Virus Threat

"The developing story out of the White House as new details emerge about president. Trump's possible economic stimulus plan to combat a virus lead downturn in the economy. Let's get right out of AMO JARVER's at the White House with more on how this is all developing right now Ayman Brian. We're about a half an hour out from a White House. Press briefing that is slated to include the vice president and the Corona Virus Task Force now aids throughout the evening last night and the day today have suggested that could be a place where the president might roll out some of his economic ideas but we are not hearing that at this point. There's no plan as of right now. This moment You know half hour out for the president to attend that briefing. So the president last night said the today he would hold a news conference to roll out. A major economic initiatives that would be dramatic in scope so far today we have not heard any official confirmation of any of those. The president has not held a news conference. And we don't know whether he's coming to this five thirty news conference or not so. Keep an eye peeled for that in the bottom half of this hour. Meanwhile we are getting some details about what the president's been saying to lawmakers up on Capitol Hill including that the president Pitch them behind closed doors and the idea of eliminating the payroll tax altogether a zero percent rate on the payroll tax from the employer side end the employees side through the end of the year. And I'm told in that room there behind closed doors with Senate Republicans There was also some discussion of eliminating the payroll tax altogether. Now that would carry an enormous price price tag more than a trillion dollars at a huge amount of money and also has implications for Social Security and Medicare because that's where a lot of those funds are earmarked Ultimately will that be too big and ask for Capitol Hill Is is really important question here so I don't think we should lead to the conclusion that that's a done deal. Bryant kinds of ideas. They're kicking around here at the White House now. No official proclamation. What the President's plan is though at this point it sounds like maybe there's some disagreement if we haven't had any come out yet we're gonNA find out a name and I mean. Listen if we did a zero percent payroll tax to your point. That is what is it. The nine comic'll I mean that is the trillion dollar and that's Medicare Medicaid and social security so ostensibly the consumer would get the break but at some point the government would issue another trillion in debt to pay that because that gap has to be made up right so I asked a White House official. How are you gonNA pay for that? If you're proposing to eliminate the payroll tax not just for the year but indefinitely This official said. Hey why are we always asked how how we're GONNA pay for things? Taxes are our money to start with. Why do we have to pay for Being the keeping our own money essentially was his argument. Th That's how this White House is approaching this question right now but politically. It's a big big number Brian and and you know wonder whether Congress is going to go there or go all the way to what the president wants. The president is obviously in a go bigger. Go home mode right now. On this idea I. I know it's not popular entirely among members of Congress. Republicans included not entirely popular among the president's own staff necessarily But the president did pitch today. So we'll see where it lands. Yeah we know the powerful Senator Richard Salvia also said that. He came out on twitter suggested that they do an infrastructure package as well. Something we've been waiting on for about four years. Jabar's one more thing get real quick. I am told they are considering some federal aid here for the Shale oil industry yet. They're saying it's not GONNA be a bailout guaranteeing that they're going to do it but that conversation is happening behind closed doors also because of what we've seen in the oil markets get more on cheap dead control and oil and just a bit and show him and Javits. Thank you very

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Dr. Daniel Amen on Optimizing Your Brain

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Daniel Amen on Optimizing Your Brain

"So we're GONNA move out of talking about your pet raccoon and shift into the new book. Challenge your brain change your grades. Who is this book for? Is it just people people that are going to school right now or how is it applicable across the board fairly. I wrote it because we spend so much time in school and very few people actually really teach you how to do school how to study and ultimately it's new learning is a brain health strategy energy. That people should be engaged in their whole lives. But if you don't know how to learn you're not gonNA get excited about it and then you'll stop in your brain will turn to Mush. It's it's for kids in middle school or high school or college. I actually wrote the original version the year I graduated from medical school. So they're really high level. Study the skills but at the same time the brain health stuff. That's in the bark applies to you no matter what your age in total. You're in school for an impressive impressive twenty one year. So you're definitely somebody that's been through the learning process for a long period of time and has laud experience in this and what I loved to is the fact that you brought your daughter along board and your niece so you could get a twenty first century kind of update on some of the learning strategies that you would have went through back in the day right because you know I wrote the first version in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and we had someone from Mexico by the rights to the book and they translated slated sold a hundred thousand copies in Mexico two years ago. And I'm like you should update this book and Chloe my daughter and Alezais my my niece I convinced them to help me with it and they really added sort of a modern perspective of what. It's like to be in school now now as really honored to do it with them. He always nice having their tips disperse rate through the whole block. And Yeah. I think that was definitely a huge addition to the read. Going back to your story story. Dr Ayman in school in Middle School and high school. You're actually what you'd consider an average student. You weren't overly excelling at that time but then when you went to college in medical school you graduated near the top of your class. So what was the shift there. What really changed things? Yeah now in college. People didn't want me in their classes. Classes 'cause I would change the curve. That was clearly not true in middle school and high school and its enlarge part. I'm one of seven children and I'm third which meant meant as pretty invisible and you know unless I was failing nobody was really paying attention to what was going on with me and no one ever taught me how to memorize is no one taught me. How do you approach classes? How do you approach teachers? How do you approach homework? How do you approach tasks how do you right a paper just really basic things that they should really be working on teaching you and second grade no one ever ever taught me? I don't have to believe every stupid thing. I think which would have really decreased suffering in there so much suffering now among high school and college students students that these skills are just critically important for success in school and so I sort of carried this idea that I was not very smart and when I got out of high school Vietnam Wha still going on and I had a low draft number so I ended up joining and becoming an infantry medic and you know it's where my love of medicine was born. I was stationed in Germany and I just started taking one college courses first time and I realized Oh sort of smarter than I thought I was. And there's a method to this and as I got the method down that my grades were all as and unlike. Oh I'm smarter than I think in. This isn't that hard. I always love sharing sharing what I learned with other people and you know one of the secrets and I talk about this in the book was if I am doing well in a class I want to help other people people do well. And that gives me a sense of purpose and so I learned how to study with other people and then where I went to medical the school I was in the charter class and so we had no upperclassmen to help us. So when I became a second year medical student actually ran a group for the first dramatical students on how to do medical school and basically the book comes out of luck. This is how you do medical school so if you can do medical school with the principals schools in this book you can do. High School can do college. And it's that idea of once you learn something. Give it away teach other people what you're learning because it's good for them but it's also good for you because it's solidifies the knowledge in you know doctors and nurses you here all the time. See One do one teach one and that is about when you teach it. You know it so sharing airing your knowledge with other people. His always been a part of who I am and you know I think this is like our forty second book or or something crazy. I just love sharing the knowledge that I'm

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"ayman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"ayman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I Selassie Ayman we've I apologize folks I wasn't trying to throw fact after fact but it's just this so much important information that we try to give you an a weekly basis in a lot of you listening our clients but some of you out there are not clients and you maybe have a plan maybe just have a junk drawer of a random investment accounts and not not not a legitimate like literally junk drawer but like it's almost like I have a couple accounts here of for one K. here and that's your plan but there's no one really educating you on things like taxes things like the fact that you're Irene for one case might be owned by a thirty forty or semi be owned by the government in that in and of what we do if we don't do anything and we just kinda avoid the problem down the road that might be an issue from a tax standpoint so do you have a plan that is full or is it is there maybe pieces that may be incomplete some of the errors were talking about with this recent tech secure act change through legislation are areas that could affect you so want to make sure those are listening that are dead serious about planning and really trying to get help take us up on the offer were happy to see at least sit down with you maybe we're a good fit made or not but least we can try to point you in the right direction and so like I said if you go to our website S. C. H. P. financial dot com it's kind of good information there but also you can book a visit to come in and see us at that website again S. H. P. financial dot com all right so we were talking about the S. and P. five hundred the nasdaq the Dow the markets in two thousand nineteen had a great year but Matt for a weekly market report we want to know what people are saying for two thousand twenty and so as it stands I think going into Monday the S. and P. opened around the number was thirty to thirty two right and that's just the number we used to correct took to track the S. and P. five hundred SO three two three two was the initial number and I get what are people saying Hey as mac tech one of these analysts but on virtually no so that is right yeah absolutely I mean these guys are you know said analysts that work for companies like JP Morgan blackrock Morgan Stanley T. Rowe price I mean if you like to think the best of the best either way but if we look at their per piece three of predictions and this is this is why people ask what in the market to do this year yeah we're building plans to protect from the market losses and whatnot but we don't who knows if the if the head guy it you know blackrock is off by twenty percent and I say years I'm just yet example then hop you know that's it's it's it's a guest as a guest so and that's the thing I mean that that's why it's kind of fun because you know when when we when we we look at this and we analyzed to see again how were people's track records and it does sort of inform what we do you know tell our clients to say Hey okay here's what analysts are thinking and what what we know what we're expecting and what not but its all yes all we're walls looking into our crystal ball see media world into a crystal ball to kind of find out it's also interesting to because because what what they've been doing nowadays is also to get into okay you know what's what what what what our interest rates are going to do when what's the markets are going to do and what's the house the overall economy going to go and will there be a recession so you know so found out some some interesting things in and I think the other thing that we try to do here Derek as well this kind of rely on what's called the wisdom of the crowd in what that is all right well if I have ten analysts you know as a mention from your great you know it reputable companies all right what's the average yeah I know what was the average number of people looking at what's the highest what's the lowest the is everyone's anyone predicting a recession is anyone not so there's a couple kind of you know interesting things on the negative one nine negative sense that okay if the S. and peace to you know open up around you know thirty to thirty two or three thousand two hundred thirty two all right how many of these ten predicted a lower rate of return or a lower number at the end of the year and so thirteen oh three at a town about thirty percent of the of the analysts thought that the S. and P. five hundred was gonna end lower than where did the beginning of the year no we're not talking dramatically lower you know we're talking like thirty one hundred you know which is approximately the about a let's see if that but a five percent a little bit less fall off we saw one is low Morgan Stanley was the was the most the biggest bear of the mall to come down at three thousand you know was their number was still less than ten percent right it would correct SO means so that that's kind of like again this is this is pure speculation yeah with these what's that you know some of the numbers that that that they're coming out interesting though is that not a single one lease on average when it came to GDP growth and kind of how the strength of the economy is that all of them still had a very I had a positive you know positive Judy U. S. GDP growth meaning that you know ranging anywhere from one and a half percent to two and a quarter percent what that means is that all the all the analysts don't don't think a recession will strike in two thousand and twenty okay which is very good to you guys it's it's for sessions that were most scared off you know in the sense that okay that that usually will or recession brings a bear market prolonged bear market with it and if no one is necessarily predicting that again obviously could happen we're still talking predictions here but it's it's just shows that most analysts think that we're going to sort of you know tragedy had you know kind of slow but sure type growth nothing crazy because like the tax reform and kind of you know what has it a little spurt is kinda ended but still positive okay are there any hypertext like one of the so seven a temperate deposit growth for the market yeah so the so the bowl the biggest bull was it was a German name Edward Yardeni idea that the RD research center and he predicted thirty five hundred okay so the most is only about a ten percent increase you know so so with no one is really in in can think on shore bullish corrected and think about where we started as well I mean the markets and what you know that they had a fantastic year in two thousand nineteen when the best years ever especially from where it started and so now we're already can at a high so it's really tough to kind of expecting another ten fifteen twenty thirty percent you know being where we're starting that we're saying about interest rates because I know some people call the Warren Sievers were yet is not bond rates are low bonds have risks and then CD rates and money at the bank you can just leave it they're gonna lose to inflation so what one of the thoughts there yeah I mean that honestly the highest in you know ten year treasury note yields that they're anticipating is the only two point two percent which is only you know five or you know fifty basis points now so if it's about one point eight now one point seven try talking to a point two SO three no dance your question Derek the the they're predicting that the war on savers will continue yeah and people will need to you know not just to have your bundle in our opinion not just have to abandon their portfolio but really look for other fixed income alternatives to kind of really do you know continue to diversify into hopefully get a little bit a yield to go to they give you the money and like a ton of money just in cash it is really losing safely to inflation right pretty much I mean ashes and paying much correct it does look like it's going anywhere correct yeah because the all predicted that the fed will not boost the the interest rates at all which has a really been a big get out hacked on mon money market funds so they're predicting that the fed sort of sits on its hands especially during the election year because they want to be seen as too political yeah so yeah kind of expect an average year or read a little below average year nothing too crazy although obviously with the elections and some of the geo politics are happening anything can happen but they're they're relatively you know sort of stable outlook we can tell now I mean we even where a small firm we have both thirty people that work here in a city financial we started this in two thousand three so it's been going on for over seventeen years here almost seventeen years I'm sorry in the goal is the concept is we what we want to make sure that folks can see this our hats are back on a working hats were done with the Christmas break and we're here to plan and strategize isn't to so many new things now for this year that we have to put our hats on start planning for whether it's Reform Act the tabby side of tax reform in the secure act and then we have now these market predictions in interest rates look like they're gonna stay pretty low but a ton of information we just want to make sure that you have the planning that you deserve like someone's doing this on your behalf so again get some information first to do is to get on a weekly market report go to S. H. P. financial dot com it is a free.

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End of Decade Special

Bigmouth

08:36 min | 2 years ago

End of Decade Special

"I'm John Madden and I'm here with my co presenter. Under Harrison as we in our guest use our personal favorites that have kept don minds off brexit climate change and cheering for the past ten years. Hello Hello Sean how you doing. I'm very well your last chance to say this was the decade of and so what was it in the decade of this chancers the decayed of other everything. Everything fell to pieces both in good ways about ways at music. The music disintegrated and facilitates into a billion different things. So it's impossible to say this is the sound of the time that is captured. The moments that it doesn't happen anymore that everybody lives in their entire entirely sort of separates had medically sealed genre bubbles and but also I think it's a it was a time when the public realm realm the wheel. Shed sometimes finally properly replaced by million private realms. All you know create by social media bills created by your political bubbles and I it it it created a world where every body is only talking to a version of themselves. The other thing depressing sauna. Hi Sean John. Is the caving in pop culture as well as real culture et. You've gotta get used to losing all the time. There's a reason why the avengers movie were so big with A. Ah That's basically what has happened in politics as well. So it's going to be. A Weirdo. Decay Tacoma because just putting things back together again absolutely crushing stop in bed. Thousands Aglietta never bottom. We'll we'll do it together. You and I the podcast in the team will put everything back together before we start you and I went to the Arab Exhibition Super Troopers Neo tune and Lina speak. What do you make of it? I thought it was all right. I thought it was beautifully designed. I didn't think it was enough stuff in it. Buying in it's lacking in actual touchstones touchstones. It's lacking in this. Is The real guitar flocking. These are the real close because the move replicas. They went after so you kind of lead through room by room thing which is beautifully recreated created to give you the feel of individual albums. But when you're in there there's lots of fun things like appeared nineteen seventies telephone. You can pick it up and listen to sound clips on the ton of interview interview. And there's a great little hand held I pod type thing which gives you video content but the actual exhibition itself is lacking in artifacts. I wanted to feel like I was in the room with the piano. Were you know sakes all was written. I wanted to fill this recreation of this video but it just felt a villa can experience a non exhibition. So it's interesting but I think when the when your gold standard is is David Bowie is the does not see I see we. We have some guests to announce to help us with our deliberations we do and the both big mouth regulars writer broadcaster Guardian new states person. She's hot from those borders for. She's I'm an angel. Gabriel in in the local Ms Nativity. which happens in pulp? I told you this now. Look You Merry Gentlemen. The hot from the borders hot for the PLA on my twitter bio good-looking holy been an annual fundraiser. A couple of nights ago and I was steeped in tell you under Harrison. Yeah I was going to be a wise woman. I thought that was quite exciting in a good feminist statement. I'm just walking down on a hill with a woman and a man and a baby donkey do have a donkey. I've got to y'All got to read something while baby Jesus is born from the punt. showed the retired vicar in the religious tells me and I have to do this because my husband is a garden indices garden so this is the exciting archer style life. I live in on the board in in the observer pitchers of the year. Just keeping it back to bringing it down. You talked to Richard Russell records about the late Keith. Very poignant and the line the sides me was I think he would have been an amazing old. Yeah it was. It was really like to read how. How did Richard Russell Sound and talking to me was was a tough one I Observatory section is a really tough thing to put together. Because you're basically trying to marshal will people to talk about a dear friends and come in symptoms. Help ghosts might stuff. You're writing for them. And last year I did Dave about Chaz which is probably my most emotional experience the tense Richard Russell. Yeah it was It was hot and obviously it's a difficult subject because the way we wanted to get to make it absolutely correct and have helpless at the end and everything but yeah him saying that the Almond under fina rules brilliant thing. You had a big mouth year on the fans about the funeral enroll. There's an. I'm look online as well as an amazing Christmas lights tribute to Keith Flint. That's been shared on twitter that somebody the whole Arab side of the House is a tribute to him but yeah it was hard and you know. He was one of these artists that brought people together. I am not your typical prodigy. Found absolutely love them. I saw them dreading. I got very confused lost and scared but loved it and before I start your mating birthday and I still remember Brit so I it is A. It's a it's an honor to do those pieces actually so a great honor Sean. Here's the key expert panellist well. According to the Guardian. He's he's built a reputation as one of the music industry's most authoritative commentators. Watch out the music industry his book. The final days of am I sending the Peik was named one of the best books of two thousand nineteen by the Fine Nanteuil Times. No less and the Belfast Telegraph. Goodness Morality Gripping Lee recounted wanted. They said he was definitely the most beloved thing. That palomino has sent to London until they stupid barstools and buses smell of we microwave passengers it show favourite eighteen Ford. Hello Ayman favorite a massive peaceful louder sound on whether the two thousand ten's killed the album. Ah yes I'd kill the album's decades date not migrate conclusions. They reconfigured the album. I can't it so the new shape I think for certain artists. The album has always been an irrelevance and it was basically just a thing into kind of walk singles all kind of make money so the idea of the obviously you separate the album is a commercial enterprise versus. The album is an artistic enterprise so pop music never fully adapted to album as four my and that's not flow on in streaming aged that's why pulp is so preeminent because it's all about the single by think for the biggest deal interest in albums still buy albums or consume albums as we as we say yeah I don't think it's Dad I think it's very cut of a very binary thing decided that yes. The album is alive and healthy of the album. As Diet I think for certain genres. It will remain uncertain certain genres I think digital display apart. Because it wasn't that important side of the Commercial Rimet He said the album is transitioning. Because yeah absolutely is gender nonspecific the album. It's fluid beaten apple music. Well it's not quite like a dirty carbon what it had a massive head start and obviously it's model is different. Because it's got up two types of users it's got those on the ad-supported version and those pants subscriptions or rolled into family subscriptions or whatever is Apple. Lisa pure you have to pay to Subscribed to this by closing the gap. It was if we have this confrontation five years ago spoke to people wreck accompanies. It was always just marketing way. Spa Why and then go will kind of the crumbs to everybody else and absolutely have not speaks. I Rot Lop Bite Digital Morgan out of the last two years they all. Its power already. Four spot foyer on the industry absolutely treats them as one on the same But I think I think it spotify still. It'll go up a really good kind of head start on everyone. And they've been quiet. One is probably. I'm in music. I rolled into prowling leads ages. That's your proper mainstream crossover mortgage which bought fi an optimistic. If you're paying tank Whitman that you're not gonNA skip those people but if you've you've got a couple of million hit singles as part of your prime subscription that's the mainstream covered. I'm so going from my space way. Really beat it next year.

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Bitesize History: Ireland's Last 100 Years

Brief History Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

Bitesize History: Ireland's Last 100 Years

"Is the lawyer lawyer risk profile for the last hundred years we will write that down as a time line Logical event over the last hundred years so in nineteen fourteen so the outbreak of war. What delays which implementation of the new home rule legislation which would have have restored the Dublin pond foreign centuries of unrest over British Dominion in Ireland Nineteen Sixteen National Stage East that raisins season General post office in Dublin on Proclaiming Independent Irish Republic. The reisen is crushed. I by the British you X.. To its leaders including all seven signature is the declaration of the Republic. Arteries public opinion is outraged. Nineteen nineteen led by Ayman Develop the nationalist movement Shin Fain of we know Translates we ourselves sets up a W assembly dial remain which again proclaims Irish independence a guerilla campaign by Irish Republican Army or IRA against British forces begins with heavily covered shelters on both sides the Irish Free State so nineteen twenty one so the anger Irish treaty establishing the Free State an independent dominion of the British crank thank with internal self governing rights politician from Northern Ireland which remains part the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland nineteen twenty tape the Dublin Parliament ratifies the treaty despite opposition Civil breaks out in hundreds are killed nineteen thirty tate. Divinatory becomes head of government after previous administration files to deal with economic difficulties. Nineteen thirty seven new elections devoted Also prove new constitution which abolishes. She's the Irish Free State and proclaims ear Gaelic for island as a sovereign independent democratic state. Nineteen thirty nine outbreak of World War. Two era remains neutral. The Irish citizens joined allied forces. Nineteen forty eight develop loses loses election on economic difficulties John Costello become prime minister. Broad coalition exclude include excluded Fiona fail now nineteen forty-nine it becomes Republic of Ireland and leaves which is Commonwealth Nineteen Nineteen fifty-nine. Sean lemass becomes finale fail. Leader and Prime Minister Launches Economic Modernisation Sees Island moved from mainly agricultural base and eventually joined Economic European Economic Community. The e nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine thousand nine hundred ninety a conflict in Northern Ireland notice the troubles which occasionally spilled over into Republic of Ireland nineteen seventy three island. Silence joins the European Economic Community Violence Northernin intensifies relations between Ireland and Britain strained strained early nineteen eighties island faces severe economic problems. We've rising debt in an employment tree elections. Oh how in the space of less than a year nineteen ninety-three amendment constitution insurance right to life of unborn chart. The the eighth amendment is seen as laying the foundation for I'm strict anti-abortion laws nineteen ninety-five. Anger are Screaming Continues Continues Against the Republic Consultative Role in government of Nova Island. Nineteen ninety-one Island signs the treaty not of European Union at

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"ayman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"ayman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Not in my business not all rings come it's gotta flash crash won't well I was home in June drinking in the sunshine one out of the orange color view slash crack yeah once before because the savings on the bottom fell out I went into was started to shop there yeah my business love came and hit me in the eye when good to see the bullet on the bottom fell out I wanted to respond and I started to show this is it this is it yeah modern business Ayman hit me in the eye flash crash this call stripes the polka dots if there is ever a musical world citizen it is Richard Thompson's singer songwriter founding member of Fairport Convention every once in a while he likes to rattle.

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What is Blockchain?

CRYPTO 101

08:40 min | 2 years ago

What is Blockchain?

"It's typical that Bitcoin bounces at the end of the month. Like this as we have futures contracts expiring pretty soon people people are Panicking to sell off after that last bump and we've seen this for about four months in a row now so I'm onto you Wales anymore your shitty contracts and I'm making a fat profit I let's rock and roll and we are joined by an extremely special guest. His name is Eric Larsen. He is the CEO and the founder of blocks route. So hurry welcomed the nation. Welcome CRYPTO WANNA one. Thank you so much. Thanks for having having make yes and reason expert in literally everything that has to do with blockchain technology so you guys are going to have a very special treat and I'm going to start off not with asking his background. I'm going to start off. Asking what the Hell is a blockchain. Why should we care? That's an excellent question and thank you for keeping the background. Everybody have heard. Oh tell us how you got into blockchain who cares how I got into the box. What's going on here? And that's all that matters right there. Like do you really care what they need. At least two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen hundred zero no But what in the blockchain chain and more importantly why should we care about. Blockchain is an excellent question so blockchain's forget for a second how the technology works and what he does which sometimes it's people over focus on the idea that the does it it allows for something quite unique it allows for people who don't stand next to each other who just just like you know sending messages to one another on the internet or whatnot. They allow them to collaborate without using a single server that supports them gates eight Sunday control the server the same way that we're not using Xuemei. Thanks so zoom has servers were all talking and the recording this conversation and it goes through their servers and stuff stuff gets done but if somebody hold the servers to some level he controls everything he can say. Oh I don't like rice anymore and like okay okay. Knocked allow you to participate or it's like that old saying possession is nine tenths of the law right though it's nine ten but like it's also also the tents tents if you hold the biggest gun or you have the most money so it is practically everything so this example of the conversation is not the interesting but how about if you think about Stock Exchange or the banking system. We're the banking system. It's kind of like whistle. bitcoin being the first I example possibly the most One that idea that fewer snowden or something and then if your money is being held in a system that somebody else control that somebody else can throw you off the system and not allow you to project you access to your monthly at Cetera et Cetera. So that's the usual example. People that people say oh if I controlled my money and not somebody else. Nobody can throw me out. But there's more okay that's like cool and important than if viewer I didn't know it reach Asian family. You might be very rich but that doesn't make your money safe because if the government isn't very fair or just they can just everything you have cetera et Cetera. But even for more day to day examples if you have to company is that want to joint venture okay I think of two funds okay. They invest stuff and they want to do something that they need. Go to them to do it. But the operation will only have at one of them right either Sunday the oil funds be and whoever runs it can screw over the other guy not pass the money is supposed to or whatever are the details and other guy can sue him but if you have any legal bag around the fact that you can sue somebody doesn't really mean so much that it will take many many years and you might get it and might go get it so don't get started on that really. Don't get me started. How how much we're paying for lawyers? But the idea is that it. These two funds might decide not to do a joint venture. Just because you don't have to wait to cooperate collaborate and cooperate in a way that doesn't require one. I'm to trust the other and blockchain's that allowed for people to transact or to send her to do all sorts of stuff without placing their trust in the other got to run the operation. So that kind of make sense. Oh yeah absolutely. I think that was a great definition. What do you think Pete's does that? Suffice yeah I mean just to quickly summarize it it makes makes a way of communication happened between two or more parties and a trustworthy system where no one is in charger as advantage over the other. No perfectly said cool so so. Let's talk briefly about the scale ability issue with blockchain's what is that issue. If you could distill distill it down to a couple of paragraphs. Let's let's let's talk exactly about. That's a because that's my job to talk about that and be because it's an important topic so everybody who has been into Crypto ever send slade twenty four the indefinitely in twenty-fifty and everybody are talking skill ability the problem skill ability problems skill ability of Baba and the usual example. That people say is that well if we want to remove credit card companies companies and banks and Kinda like compete with them will a credit card companies are processing six thousand transactions per second right now on average the peak at what Alibaba peaked at three hundred twenty five thousand transactions per second in singles a Two years ago that's for regular transactions if eighteen thousand transaction per second if be going or a theory or whatever blocks they want to allow to do micro transactions transaction of. Just if you sense let you can't do which credit card companies because the fees are fifteen cents per transaction so you can't transaction now three cents if you allow these you open the door for all sorts of really really really cool use cases. Think of it as you park your car and rather than open your parking gap in pay for an hour and pay thirty cents like for fi how how about the car will just automatically delete communicate tuition the meter next to it and pay every minute pay like three cents. Another reason that and when you're done you get into to the car and you go and he's no longer pays a new never have to pay yourself for parking Twenty nineteen we have better stuff to do with our time. So these micro payments Aymen's requires something like ten times more fifty to seventy thousand transaction perspective and if you want to do the really really cool stuff okay. All the stuff that people I want to do on his theory on for example decentralized exchanges right you'd think about a thousand traders trading on an exchange and they're not doing the full blown outta trading forty thousand transaction per second they do each one hundred transactions per second that's one hundred thousand transactions the second. The numbers are huge. They were pretty much. Swallow any number of transaction processing. You'll keep them so. That's the need for transaction. Thousands tens of thousand hundreds of thousands of transactions per second and beat can do three transactions per second. Now we have segue so he does four point two transaction transaction per second. Okay three four. Five orders of magnitude do small ethereal is doing not like the the capacities just too small so when we described what is the scale ability problem is why or how can we process much much. Larger volume of transactions action per second because that. Describe the problem. Well enough it. Does I think from there we talk about. What are the different approaches to solving all being this so even even prior to talking about okay Larry to solutions and lightning? It's I think the one thing that is the worst. The better explaining is what is the bottleneck. Why can't we do more? Transaction per second in blockchain's everybody creators actions and minor listen to these transaction in every so often some minor aggregate to bunch of transaction into a block. Senator everybody in these blocks crate lunching. Why can't we doesn't do anti entire larger blocks or a hundred times larger blocks which would allow for one hundred more transaction per second or reduce the time between blocks by ten x one hundred x which will also gave save one hundred x more transaction per

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White House deliberates block on all US investments in China

CNBC's Fast Money

12:15 min | 2 years ago

White House deliberates block on all US investments in China

"Administration is considering blocking investment in China that includes possibly delisting all Chinese sauce from US exchanges. Those headlines sending stocks sharply lower today. Let's get the latest on this developing story. Even Jaber's live at the White House with the details ain't yeah Melissa that's right. I'm told that those was headlines. That crossed earlier today. Those are accurate headlines. That's what got the market's attention they are considering some measures behind the scenes here at the White House to stop US US investors being able to invest in Chinese companies in one way shape or form or another but they're they're very early on in those conversations is my understanding. There's there's no time line at this point for any fundamental decision. All of this is framed in the in the guise of investor protection. The idea here is that there's a concern that there are some Chinese companies that may be listed in the US that aren't exactly what their purported to be because of the accounting standards and other other differences between the way the two countries countries handle corporate disclosures so that is being discussed behind the scenes. It's not clear there are a lot of options not clear where they're going to land or when that decision is coming one model all for it might be the piece of legislation that Senator Marco Rubio and others are considering up on Capitol Hill they've talked about that in the past the idea there would be they would delist companies unless they conformed more stringently to American securities regulations those Chinese companies would so that's one proposal but Rubio's office told CNBC this afternoon they have not been in direct contact coordinating with the White House on the proposals at the White House is working on so that's a separate idea that it's moving on a separate track but it gives you a sense of where this might land ultimately it's still dvd though would this have to come from Congress Ayman or a vote by the the SEC or I mean how can administration force exchange to decide what their listing standards are it it. It really depends on what they decide to do right. some of those ideas like you're talking about would require. Congress to pass a law and that would mean they'd have to get the White House would have to get support from Democrats adds to do it because Democrats control the House of Representatives so in a contentious election year that might not be as doable there might be other smaller more regulatory changes that they can Hindu on their own I'm told that the mechanics of all this are still being discussed and they don't have a particular plan for how to roll it out yet because it's it's still very early on okay amen. Thank you very much aiming. Java's there's Sony ways to go but what is definitely clear is the reaction that we saw in today's markets markets. We had a lot of the Chinese. ATF's dive lower closed session lows a lot of the Chinese stock did the same a lot of sort of the trade war poster. Children stocks like semiconductors took a further leg. Laura's it. The Micron News Wasn't enough and close on the lows of the session. So where do you go with this year. It won't mean if this isn't a I don't know what this is number one however if it's an Goshi hitting tactic tick as we get into the October date whenever that is the tenth or so when the two sides to sit down. It's pretty high stakes game of poker there now. I think they've been fit rumblings about this over the years. I don't think it's ever been considered all that serious but again in negotiating tactic. I think you have to be worried but I'll say this. If you told me at eight thirty this morning that these he's headlines would come out and say guy. Where's the market and we say well given the run. We've had given the backdrop of everything yes and he's going to be down. Fifty sixty handles souls Nasdaq semi down one fifty and we're going to end the bond market is exposed the upside none of that really happened again. It speaks to either the complacency of the broader market or the strength and resiliency of it now. I say it's complacent but I can understand the bull case that it's strengthened and relative strength given the rest of the world. I I think it's probably resilience probably all those things but it's probably more resilient. It's probably not getting ahead of this and the fact that this probably could never happen. I don't think you can D- list I all of these names. I don't think it's going to happen but when you look at the end of the month the quarter would you look at where it's seven handles above negative on quarter. We bounced back dramatically from the middle of the day. That's impressive. That's true and we did bounce back right off the fifty day almost to the number number so I think there are a couple of things to think about here number one just think about the MSCI indexes for example. You know a lot of our clients a lot of clients in general they get exposure to international all stocks emerging markets via that track that index so you think about em for example you're talking about a thirty percent exposure to China and that's been systematically going up as MSCI STI has been increasing the exposure to China so that's important as far as the broad market. I think we're probably range-bound quite honestly and to your point about the market we're covering today. I think a lot of it comes down to positioning as well as sentiment I keep saying it again and again on the show and I probably sound like a broken record but the FTC positioning second week in a Arro- net short a I will bear survey flip negative so bears outweighing bull so I think it doesn't mean we can't correct doesn't mean there can't be volatility but I think that put some floor under or how bad things can get by the way Nice Haircut Very High and tight Jeff thank you can. I did it for you on right to this felt a little bit like an American companies here by will all no longer you know and so in terms of what listing standards are. Let's be clear. There's a lot of Chinese companies aren't listening here because they can't make these standards for the good news folks is I think the American aircon listening standards and the exchanges are very very high and they include accounting standards and they include transparency in corporate governance. I I think that that is really the standard and I think that is something that will win out but but we're talking about Jeff talking about emerging markets which which I would put closer to forty forty five percent China and where you can see actually from the April highs the downtrend which is now four or five sessions well off trying to break through. It's a downtrend can't breakthrough frankly with the dollar going higher. I trouble seeing this breakout. Alibaba is a name that I'm long in a name. That's done nothing for a year and a half essentially traded sideways but if you look at the upper end of the range anywhere between one eighty and one ninety this this is stock. That's been dead money. Despite the fact that you had an invest today Investor Day Jack Ma kind of move on people thought there was actually going to start to be a little more transparency a little a bit more inside an ant financial a little more insight into how they were going to run their businesses so it's not a particularly exciting time to be investing in emerging markets or mega cast regardless of this noise. I'm saying it's not right time I. I don't think even if the trade war ended tomorrow I think these stocks would get a pop. The commissary autry twenty nine stocks. Everyone goes out and the number one fifty six if you add in Hong Kong stocks to twenty nine. None of them meet the accounting extenders that the US companies do what I don't understand. What what number are you referring to fifty six of the listed Chinese stocks listed on American Exchange Okay so one hundred fifty six companies which one hundred eighty six but if you go with the Hong Kong number addy and Hong Kong and Chinese stocks it's about two twenty nine okay and the accounting standards of of the US listed companies? None of them do so some some standards. That's what this whole. Debate is about and with that equitable. We'll act that they're talking about. They get three years to comply listen. I can't speak to the standards to be a listed company I but but the concerns it should be I would think is there retaliation. Now that to me is the bigger concern again. You know we push the envelope the Chinese pushback so it gets back down onto. Is this make a deal more imminent or is this make a deal less likely I would say this makes it less likely and again. It's shocking to me and I've I've been wrong so after prep but it shocking me that even off the backdrop of everything. That's happened over the last couple of weeks. The VIX has still it's seventeen handle and we're still within a whisper birther of an all time high knee S. and P. Five hundred quickly if you want to look at one thing the Russell the WM look at where it stopped on the upside at stocked basically we topped out in March March and a number of times since one fifty and a half one fifty nine level closed lower today to me the Russel's been tell all along and if that starts to sort of roll over from here that that might actually pull down the broader market. You'RE GONNA add in the price action the exchanges today yes. You're in my head well so then you're in your kitchen. That's going should be troubling to all of us on the ice. That's a small portion of their revenues but but it's but it's a larger portion and of of course you have people shoot first and then research it later. I don't think that this is going to happen. I think that's important but this has been going on for years and it stems from the House of Representatives bibs not from the White House. The White House is actually picking up. I understand this has been going on for years but it hasn't been going on until these recently with the context of a trade war with the context of a China that is going to look for ways to retaliate to guys point and China retaliates. What can they do they can make it very difficult for US companies to expand in China on it to do more business in China to get their stuff through the supply chains in China JV's in China to actually go there and it already was so it'd be clear companies like apple and some of the technology companies for sure have figured out with the rules of engagement are and and I think I've kissed the ring so to speak and I think you know that's how the quid pro quo takes place? I do think that this is a guy you're right. I ultimately it's very difficult to see how this doesn't lead to a ratcheting up of a of a tit for tat and I think as we go into October ten. I think the market is a little bit too complacent as it relates to trade. I think I think jeff talk about where positioning not so complacent greatly. Even though I think in the last couple of weeks those a I bear spreads are things that can change pretty quickly. They're kind of like like relative strength indicators they can get pretty overbought oversold but the general positioning and equities is very underway and the one thing that continues to be strange to me and I talk about this a lot too but it's that correlation Asian between trump's approval rating and the de Escalation of trade tensions and they're actually positively correlated trump has to know that he sees those approval ratings and those approval ratings are directly tied ride to the votes. He's likely to get in the presidential election. He has to know that in the back of his mind and even with impeachment coming up maybe that pushed him to want to do a deal a little bit more to try to save some MM SORTA face there and to your point about the positioning. I think the one thing that might be under appreciated. Is that look. The economy here isn't that bad. Consumer confidence bounce a little bit today. The housing housing data is better. I'm not saying we're off to the races but again as it relates to a support and a potential catalyst for that sentiment why would China retaliate the my because because they don't want the supply chain to change any more than it's already changed with Tara so we've heard of apple trying to work around China already. Why would they give other companies more of an incentive to try to do that. I think that maybe it makes it less likely that a deal gets done but I don't see retaliatory measure that behooves China. I mean I think I think what the other thing that trump knows is that you know he's always emphasizing the spread the difference in performance between Chinese markets and US markets and how they're feeling any more pain versus the US markets etc.. This is a way of weaponising the trade war hot and saying you know what we're going after Chinese stocks. We're GONNA make it more difficult for to raise capital in the best market in the world here and that's going to hurt you. I agree one hundred percent. Which is my point is and Steve Might Happy Right. I mean why would see I think Americans we look through everything through the prism through the Lens of being American so it's hard for any of us to understand how the other side would react the act but if you take a step back and say to yourself you know who's in a better position who's in a position to can outlast the other again president. She doesn't have to run for reelection action in a year president trump does so my sense is and I've said this for a while. I think the Chinese are better suited to play the long game than we are. I think very very clearly the our markets are the deepest most sophisticated in the world. China wants to be a part of these markets and I think this hurts

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"ayman" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"ayman" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Welcome back to pass. We have a news alert out of Washington. Aiming Javer is at the White House. But the latest Ayman the most intriguing the acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker unrelated news conference. Just a few moments ago told reporters that the molar investigation is close to being completed. Now, we don't know exactly what he means by that. And we don't know what format the end of the Mueller investigation will take, but it is striking that somebody in the administration, including the acting attorney general would suggest that it's getting close to completion. That's the first time we've been given that kind of high level guidance about where the molar investigation is in its process. Now the end game here is unclear what we know is that Moehler will write a private report for the attorney general and then beyond that, it's not clear exactly what the attorney general will do with. That report. Much depends on what it is that Robert Mueller has found, but the acting attorney general now suggesting that molar is close to finishing up his investigation. This. On the Monday after the Friday arrest of Roger stone. One of the president's longtime associates arrest and indictment for lies related to his interactions with WikiLeaks the organization, which of course, put out those stolen DNC Email. So some indication that we might be coming to the end here. But not at all clear where we go from here. Melissa clear they'll aim in. It is up to the acting attorney general as to whether or not he would release the report to the public. That's long been the assumption that the acting attorney general or the attorney general if there is one in place by that point would make that decision whether to release it to the public whether to send it to congress for any congressional action that might he might feel as required. But we just don't know how that's all going to be handled. And of course, the possibility is that if Muller indicts further officials for any other misconduct related to the twenty sixteen election. He's been doing all along he can use. What are called? These speaking indictments indictments that. Have a lot of detail in them a lot of narrative about what happened. We learned a lot in the Roger stone indictments about what happened presumably Muller put nearly all of his findings in indictments of other figures who would be indicted and possibly arrested relating Danny misconduct that he's discovered. But no indication that's coming yet. We'll just have to wait and see I understand this development as well. Regarding Michael Cohen. Yeah. We're told that Michael Cohen is going to testify. Remember, he the presence. Former attorney was scheduled to testify and then backed out of it and cited pressure from the president of the United States saying that that's why he was not going to testify up on Capitol Hill. Now, we're getting word that Michael cone is going to testify closed hearing on February eighth at the house intelligence committee. So we were expecting a big visible public testimony from Michael Cohen, one of the key figures and all of this. Now, we're being told it's going to be on February eighth, but it will be closed. And so there will not be the opportunity for the public to learn. A lot about what happened with Michael Cohen and the president of the United States, presumably congress being what it is some of it might leak, but it's the house intelligence committee which likes to keep a wrap on things. All right. Amen. Thank you. Aim endeavors. Reporting live from the White House for us. What? How do you? How do you regard this in terms of this? I would think that go right right off the bat you go with closure. So if you can get any type of closure on some level that's going to be good for the overall markets, and we have sold down in the overall markets based on these negative headlines. These tape bombs that they're called right coming across the tape. You've seen the market sell off. And I think without those the market should be able to move higher specifically to this case. I think that we sold off on Cape bombs to say that I think the market doesn't really care. Day to day granular when you see these negative headlines come across the tape regarding Trump, and the mother case the market has reacted to it to me. It's all the market is all about the trade issue..

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

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

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

"This Rogers snub. What's that about the most just everyone loves it? And there's no there there is that what it is. It's too nice. I know this document they want angry. They want furious. They want, you know, investigative Dr do not want fun. And sweet, you're absolutely right. You're absolutely right. So yeah, I guess the story of of MRs Virk and how she lived in a house with five boys. It's kind of like that show like the wolves or whatever that Dr years ago. Yeah. Ayman's dot coming soon. We're trying to get. Survive living with five vertebrae they made a doc about her. That's why was nominated at the Oscar. That's I was at the table in pictures. Great idea for a dog. It's about my wife. We'll we'll talk Ben lines. Checkout lines, Dan podcast one. He's on Twitter. I am Ben lines sister game as well. We will be back next time you an ostrich preview until then enjoy Sunday. It's and have fun bunking with Richard Schiff. Yes. Toby from the west wing. It's going to be hanging is got a film currency with Davis. She's going to be sharing sharing the condo and taking your spot. I don't know if he's in a top bunk guy guy, but we'll find out No, things. thanks. Go rams. All right. So the critics choice awards took place in Sunday. I slept out there southwest. Got a nice budget hotel by LAX. Plus one was my boy, max breath, Sinophile listeners know is as engaging and charismatic and as likable guys, you'll meet loves movies as do I?.

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"ayman" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"ayman" Discussed on Food Psych

"And I walked away from that experience sort of thinking like, okay, like, I don't really know my body right now. But clearly, you don't really know my body either. Because I feel this isn't accurate. But again, I I wasn't really in that mindset to dig any further at that point. So we continue to do a little bit of monitoring and things like that. And it was really just brushed aside. A saying this is your cycle. This is the way it's gonna be if in when you do decide that you want to start a family come back Zia's, we'll talk so it was very much brushed under the rug and at that point I kind of moved forward and took it upon myself to do a little more education at which point. I can't came full circle. And realized that most likely what that presentation was was actually not PCS, but a form of hypothermic, Amen area. And so for anyone who is listening who doesn't know what hype with Alec Ayman area is can you just talk a little bit about the causes. And the typical understanding of it as you know, now, and as the gynecologist probably should've known as well, especially working with a female athlete. Right, right. As you mentioned earlier, there's all this disruption in hormones that's happening, and it can be attributed to a number of things. But in in a lot of cases, it is at state of being extremely highly acted and very restricted and how you're eating in. So that was. Another confusing point for me as I was doing that work and reflecting back on it. You know, I never would have met the criteria of in style behaviors or extreme restriction to the point of what's displayed in some other cases. And so in my mind, I was like, oh all this restriction like where was it? There was never a point in time where I felt I met that criteria either. But with hypothermic, Amen area or AJ. There's also typically a stress component. And you know, your hypothalamus is this gland that kind of directs other body processes than in functions. It's really important. But it doesn't often get a lot of attention until it's not behaving as expected. So it was kind of one of those things where I think the stress component in. My case was just layer upon layer of all these areas in my life that I felt the head to measure up, and like I said before I think so much of the pressure that I placed on myself was really self-induced. I certainly wasn't receiving it from my parents. It's or professors or friends it really was being piled on by me. But I think the stress component in my case was also a huge factor in that disruption that I experienced so it can certainly manifest in very different ways. It could be the total absence of menstrual cycle. It could be very sporadic or a regular. But as we have already said Yudo for a lot of providers who are seeing this in clinical settings. They may not recognize those signs and symptoms as being attributed to AJ. They may think that it's very normalized or they don't fully dig into someone's history to realize where those red flags are popping up in in how they could potentially address them in a way that really supports long term health and can bring the body back into balance if those restrictive behaviors or or high stress behaviors are are taking place, and it's so interesting how there's this sort of dismissive attitude, sometimes I think from gynecologists or more mainstream medical practitioners that they're like. Well, we don't know. No. And it's not a big deal and just go on the pill or come back and see us if you want to get pregnant, and that's really frustrating because for anyone who's gone through it. And I went through it myself to like, it's it's sort of maddening, you're like, well, I should be getting a period, it was very regular for however, many years, and suddenly it's not like what gives and then there's on the other side I've seen a lot recently. And I was just talking about this in my online course with someone who brought up the fact that now there's all these so-called hormone experts who are saying, you know, if you have an irregular period, or if you have Amen Are-are hormonal issues, it's because you're eating sugar..

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"ayman" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"ayman" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"His life in six months that that is really pretty sure nearing one thing. Again, you keep throwing out these little nuggets that I find so interesting starting the day putting feet on the ground and saying this is going to be a great day like these. The I call them soft things, but they're so powerful one thing you talked about that. I absolutely love is. I forget the exact as us, but basically to bathe in happiness to just drink that in one why is it important? And then to how do we actually do that? Well in my new book feel better fast and make it last which I'm really excited about is. There's an exercise and feel better fast. It's about flooding off five of your senses at once with happiness. I mean, that's why you have senses it brings the world in why not bring it in and a happy way rather than in terrifying way. So their visual things like images of nature, although on my phone, it's like here my favorites. And I can just go to it. And it makes me happy because it triggers happy memories. For me listening to sounds of nature, like the rain or the ocean or certain music like for me. It's good vibrations. From the beach, boys. What are the sense? What are the touches? What are the tastes, smells that can trigger happiness? So vanilla of all things honeysuckle jasmine have been found in scientific studies to trigger-happiness. It's really interesting. And if I remember right there's something about smell. It's the one sense that doesn't go through like a relay station in the brain is like processed directly right to your limbic, brain and so-, smells will trigger either intense happiness or sadness, really interesting. All right. So before I asked my last question tell these guys where they can find you online. And then I have a modified question for you. Ayman clinics dot com is a great place. We also have brain MD health for supplements to take the brain health assessment brain health assessment dot com, and they can find feel better fast..

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