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"barad" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

06:14 min | 10 months ago

"barad" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Once upon a time. Can you just give us give us an overview of that. Yeah i suppose if you mentioned at the end of the last ice age eight thousand plus years ago Scotland most of the uk was pretty barad. Not many trees and over time. Of course the trees came back and at its greatest extent the vast majority of scotland the vast majority of the school shine to draft. She coveting trees Over time the climate change they got wetter said actually. The trees disappeared in some areas and peatlands took over but of course it was humans that mainly resulted in the loss of the caledonian forces. We cooled it to chopping them down agriculture shipbuilding for homes. So now two percent of what was originally the arizona left just tape assignment says is quite something. Well we should come onto trees for life than urge it. You wanna tell us about trail from what it is that you do. Yeah trees for life was founded in about nineteen ninety-three. Almost thirty is by a guy called allen watson the had this vision of restoring the caledonian forest he gone out into the forest of the time and it really confetti soul fetish spirit and he wanted to give something back to that over the last thirty years we've particularly on trying to restore that forest bring back the pine woods to to glens in the north north of scotland but also increasingly thinking about the trees that grow above the pines on the high mountains. That should have little scrubby trees that cover the ground. The help golden eagles health backgrounds. Help lovely birds go blue wrote that we should have in scotland but the bridge yet to survive here so we can get hires tonga's on and what's your vision for it and and what's the timeline for that. Because just took into alastair just now. I was surprised at how quickly in the real world you start to see a difference so wh is the vision for trees for life and is it something we can see the benefits of in our lifetime. Yeah divisions two hundred and fifty years because we think it takes a pine tree two hundred fifty years from assailing to be fully mature tree. That's how long pine trees tyke and we think to get to the point where we have genuine rebuilding when nature is taking care of itself will take a long time because we've had millennia of humans Thinking they're in charge at least if not really being in charge but it's very foul so once. The trees thought to establish sites like seven years. In suddenly the landscape takes off. So i've been looking trees that we planted in how it's done. Dragon planted seven eight years ago. Southern england taking of suddenly going above the heaven and getting away so when she gets going it really gets going. And you're not looking for the caledonian forest to cover. What one wanstead obviously but in terms of scale what you talking about tours it more focus on the different types of trees and bio-diversity say so what we're looking at is significant recovery. Very much depends on. Who owns the land really so add organization like house trees Ten thousand acre state could dragon and of over ten thousand acres. Weeds lights as much as possible. Either turning back into natural woodland owa sustainable safe peatlands that are holding in the carbon. The two caveats that we should have other lands have other interests if you want to continue with ground. Smells what we want to do. Rather more difficult but even on no source of estates a six significant. Eric could be patry. Wilding you could see lovely natural peatlands recovering and areas of forest recovering as well sets about a change in mindset among among group of users of the land. And tell us about dragon. How how how did that. Come to be the The the estate that you're working with it used to be buying italian a wealthy person and he wanted to sell it and contacted alanon found privately. And coincidentally this very bizarre story. Allen received an email from somebody in america on the million dollars. I'd like to give you an island replied and it was genuine. So how we got a away with this million dollar donation and then overpaid time allen and everyone else in trees for life. Raise the one point eight million to purchase it. What is the vision. full that estate. And how can it show. Is what possibilities rewarding offers away. Ten thousand acres sounds like a lot of ground we think we will only see rebuilding happening at the scarlet needs to happen if about thirty percent of scotland's land and is being rewarded that means proactively encouraged for nature to be more in control than humans. So dragon can only ever be an example of what can what can be done. So particularly used on. Dragon is the place to show that Here's mistake recovering Becoming rewelded but look. There's still a deer stalker that works fulltime. He was hit before there are now seven other people working here because we wanting although it sounds like nature being in control requires a lot of our time to begin with. And here's a that might hopefully inspire others to do the same sort of thing on the ground and at the same time to share the idea that actually rewelded land. His beautiful land is good for the soul is good for the spirit as well so we see dragon is a place where we we. We test out ideas rewarding. We show people what it looks like. And what it can achieve. What what did the deer stalker thing when you first told him or her the plans and then what does he or she think. Now i'll have to settle speak on his behalf but our this was obviously a really lovely very very reticent quiet highlander but very clearly very concerned when we took over because he'd been working in this talking over his life but over time that he's worked with us which is now navy thirteen years. I think he's realized that he still does exactly the same job that he used to accept. He's now doing it for the benefit of welding as opposed to somebody taking trophies is the same work with different objective. And he's become a really strong advocate.

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"barad" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"barad" Discussed on WTOP

"Secure Hussein and Red Barad and More Tickets on sale now at Wolf trap dot org. Dave Golden. W T o p. Traffic, not a Storm Team four. Let's check in with a million Draper. Low temperatures tonight, falling into the upper fifties to mid sixties with just a few clouds around low humidity. Overall, just beautiful, maybe an isolated shower. But most of us stay dry. A mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow with some hit and miss showers and storms around later in the day, with high temperatures warming to near 80 upper seventies to mid eighties on Sunday, so we're warmer with an isolated shower thunderstorm possible. Mostly sunny and hot. On Monday, temperatures warmed around 90 as humidity builds back in I'm storm team for meteorologist Stimulate ray poorer. It's become really nice. I mean, remember earlier this afternoon it was still so overcast but now those skies are blue 73 3 degrees in Ashburn, 77. In Rockville District Heights. 79. Degrees brought to you by long fence. 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. 6 21 expanded federal unemployment benefits that are available until September are set to end in Maryland tomorrow, but a judge is considering whether to step in and stop that from happening. Governor Larry Hogan chose to stop the program early because he says it's time to get more Marylanders back to work, and many businesses are looking to hire. But two lawsuits have been filed asking a Baltimore judge to issue A temporary restraining order to keep the added payments coming. Megan Casey is an attorney for the plaintiffs in one of the suits at the hearing. She argued that cutting off the extra funds would violate state law and place the plaintiffs. Economic, physical and mental wellbeing at grave risk. Michelle Bash. W T.

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"barad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"barad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Realities. Tuesday. Today, the ninth of February. Good is always to have you along, everybody. We begin today in Washington. No, not that story at different 11, where the likely outcome is not ready, not already known. Namely what is gonna happen in this economy. President Biden, Treasury Secretary Yellin and a couple of big names. CEOs, including J. P. Morgan's Jamie Diamond and Sonia Single from Gap had a con fab in the Oval Office today. The president's economic relief plan, of course. Was the topic at hand. Barad Rama Morty is the deputy director of the National Economic Council at the White House. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me let's start with the news the day Shall we? The meeting in the Oval Office today between President Biden and Secretary Ellen and some big business CEOs, the head of the Chamber of Commerce was there. Jamie Diamond from J. P. Morgan Chase. What is the president trying to do? Getting big business lined up behind him and this relief plan. Well, I think that he is looking for their support for the bill, and for their acknowledgement that we need to go big in this moment. I think what the president is hearing from his top economic advisers, is that We are in a precarious moment. Just last week, the jobs report came out and showed that job growth has really stalling in America, even though we're about 10 million jobs, short of where we were pre pandemic, and so Secretary Yellen down to his other economic advisors. There is a uniformed belief that we need to go big. Me to fundamentally alter the trajectory of the recovery and we need to make sure that we're putting money behind putting vaccines and people's arms because the fastest way to get the economy moving again. Is to make sure that we become Totally agree with the vaccine being this economy right now. I cannot and will not argue with that. But I do want to ask you about this idea of going big. As you know, there's some consternation by some that maybe $1.9 trillion is too much that it is, in fact more than the economy needs given where For example, the Congressional Budget Office says we're going to be this summer. Um where'd you get $1.9 Trillion? And is that too much? No, We don't believe it's too much. And so I want to talk a little bit about the process by which the president and his team put this package together. I would describe it as a bottom up process. So, for example, there are nearly seven million Americans who are behind on their rent and at risk of addiction. We need to provide rental assistance to those people in the package provides the amount of rental assistance needed to make sure we keep them in their homes from Secretary Ellen two other top economic advisers. The view is we are in an asymmetric risk situation, and by that, I mean The risks of going too small with this package far outweigh the risks of going too big. So we add that all up. I think the president is very comfortable with the size of the American rescue plan, and I think the American people agree with him because there's something like 70% support for the package among the public. Let's talk about the flipside of going to small, which is the concern the president has one of the concerns about going too big is that there may be some inflation coming in this economy. With so much money coming in. So soon and with the pent up demand that is sure to happen once people can go out and spend and travel and Troy life again. Are you not worried about that? Look, we're monitoring all sorts of different risks to the economy, and Secretary Ellen and I and others have made clear that they're carefully monitoring the risk of inflation. The issue is that if you do too little That means that people are gonna go hungry. It means that people are gonna be booted out of their homes in the middle of a pandemic, and those were just not acceptable outcomes to the president. And look, we are far below The feds inflation target and have been for a very, very long time and not to get too wonky, but I think Oh, no, Go ahead. E think that the chair Powell and others have said that the goal is actually to increase inflation to get closer to that 2% target that they have. We're a long ways off from that. I wonder how, um, given the makeup of the president's economic team, many of whom were around in 2000 and 2009, how scarred people are by the prospect of going too small with a relief bill. Well, I can't speak for others, and I was not personally there in 2008 in 2009, But I do think that there is a a necessity mint of the latest and best economic evidence. You look at where interest rates have been how they have been low for an extended period of time. And you weigh the costs and the risks of adding to the deficit, and I think it very clearly comes out in favor of going big. Let me pick up on something you just said, because it struck me when the president said something similar a number of weeks ago that he is he is taking a page from the Republicans playbook. He's saying, Look, we have to borrow. We have to do deficit spending. It doesn't matter how we pay for it, and I Maybe you don't know this. Maybe you weren't in those conversations. But how did he come around to? You know what? We're gonna borrow the money, the heck with it. I think again. He and his team have been Deep into the economic evidence, and I think over the last five or 10 years the economic evidence in support of more river robust deficit financing, particularly for temporary emergency measures, such as this one. Is pretty airtight. President has been clear that when it comes to a permanent changes in policy, you know the words policy that involves spending each and every year for the foreseeable future. That he does think that that should be all set with new tax increases on the wealthy and on big corporations. So and again, I think that is a view that is backed up by the best economic evidence. Rotten Rama Morty, He's deputy director of the National Economic Council at by the White House, Mr. Rahman, Marty. Thanks for your time, sir. I appreciate it. Thank you. On Wall Street today, little bouncing around some choppiness, eventually signifying how much we'll have the details when we do the numbers..

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Uber Fires Drivers Based On 'Racially Biased' Star Rating System, Lawsuit Claims

All Things Considered

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Uber Fires Drivers Based On 'Racially Biased' Star Rating System, Lawsuit Claims

"Uber is facing a new federal lawsuit alleging its star rating system for drivers is racially biased. NPR's Bobby Allen explains. The suit claims the company fires drivers based on passengers. You leave bad reviews for drivers with accents. After New Barad you're asked to review the trip on a scale from 1 to 5. The driver's average rating dips too low uber can terminate the driver. A new suit seeking class action status claims. Riders give uber drivers of color and drivers with accents lower ratings as a form of racial discrimination. The suit is asking the court to stop over from using the writer evaluations to fire drivers. Uber is calling the suit flimsy, saying the star ratings helped the company identified problematic drivers and that there are systems in place to weed out reviews that are racially biased. Next week, California voters will decide whether uber drivers have to be reclassified as employees or remain independent

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"barad" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

The Productive Podcaster

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"barad" Discussed on The Productive Podcaster

"Okay, we're back with the productive podcast. I'm Dr Barad Matthews wasn't listen Ryan. Green. Great. Wasn't he rate I keep calling him Dr Green because I at professional to me and and he's a alum with me he went to the same college. So of course I love the man so. Now, it is time for pod quest podcast. pod Quest. So, this is the time where you get to ask the question from our guest from the previous week. Well, the guests from the previous week with me. So you don't have any questions definitely for me right now what some of you do actually I wanna go to a question that was asked of me about podcasting. And that question was. Barrett does it take a long time to build up an audience? Great Quest. The question is, do you have an audience now? Do you have an audience of followers right now who listened to you or who actually will follow you on social media who will go where you go who will show up at your events. Do you have an audience of followers right now if you have an audience right now, it could be an email list if you have that right now guess what? A lot of them will follow to your podcast. Yeah. A lot of them will follow you if you don't, you can organically build it. Now. I know that scares the life out of some of you but it shouldn't. You can organically build your podcast list. You can promote it through ads you could promote it through your social media. You can promote it through your email. Let people know you have a podcast you can show up to other people's podcast and comment in the section where they allow you to do so it. Could be on their social media page. Some of them have it where you can do a chat box, their websites people will see your pot, your chat don't Cra Moat, your podcast but you make throw out there asking something about something you can use on your podcast day may give you the answer, but the bottom line is, yes you can have it both ways you can do it organic. Reach to get people or you can just go with the people you already have their follow you but you always want to encourage people to share your podcast subscribe and what you can do then is give to them. Once they have subscribed to your podcast, make sure you're giving them more content. Make sure you're giving them more of what you have. You can do that and you can start building your list and building people who will follow your podcast. Why? Because they know you are giving to them just for listening to you and they in turn will share that with other people. So that is pod quest for today, and now it is time for the podcast profile. Our profile today is a young lady who has built quite a podcast for herself and I love it. It is called where minds meet her name Shantelle I'm not giving her full name if she wants to remain anonymous with the rest of her crew because they talk about some thought-provoking topics I'm telling you some of it may be controversial. Some of it may be upbeat and funny you can determine whatever you think it is but her podcast where minds meat. Is basically her and some of her friends talking about some great topic. So engaging topics and they allow you to come in and common if you like to be associate social media or whatever. But the bottom line is you get to learn what other people think not just what's on one person's Mind I. Love The concept and I love the podcast I'm telling you guys if you want to have some fun listen listen listen to. Where minds meet now, we have another giveaway this week. That's giveaway time. It's giveaway time the giveaway this week. Is A podcast checklist. We're giving a podcast checklist of things that you will need to put on a productive podcast. Let me tell you putting on a productive podcast is not easy. You're going to need to have a lot of things in place and you WanNa make sure that you have those things in place before you start recording. Well, we're giving. You A podcast check lists from productive podcast show. I'm excited I'm excited because today's podcast check this goes to over. Jomo please that's right today it goes to none other than Jennifer Harris Jennifer you're following the show we'd want to thank you for doing that you get your podcast checklist if you'd like to get an our giveaway each week all you have. To, do subscribe to the productive podcast, go to our facebook page. If you WANNA, do that as well follow us and share. Once we noticed you have shared the productive podcast you actually go into a list and we you may get a prize for my may get a gift from us we'll give away. So we WANNA make short you can be apart. Of. That as well in guys it is time now for the productivity quote is productive podcastone shelves. So we WANNA, make sure that we keep you guys knowledgeable about how to be productive in today's quote is amateurs sit and wait for inspiration the rest of US get up and go to work. Let me read that again amateurs sit and wait for inspiration. The rest of US get up and go to work, and that is from the author Steven. King yes you think Stephen. King just does horror Steven King knows how to be productive. That's why he does. He does Stephen. King on writing a memoir of the craft that quote amateur sit and wait for inspiration and the rest of us get up and go to work. So when it comes to, you couldn't your podcast. Are you sitting and waiting for inspiration. Going to work. The world is waiting to hear your voice. You've heard say that time and time again. How long have you gonNa make them wake. Go to work put together your podcast stop thanking has to be perfect. It just has to be started. Once you started the world will follow suit. So I'm telling you stop waiting for the inspiration you argue inspiration be the inspiration get up go to work. That's Today's episode. Of Productive, podcast, I, thank you guys for joining me. Remember share go to our social media subscribe. We're looking forward to talking to you more next week I'll see you later. Thank you for. Joining us on the productive podcast or restore to join US next time for another great show, we welcome your engagement. So make sure you participate by joining the productive podcast facebook group and chime in also shared a productive podcast with some of your friends right now, if you have a pipe passed and you're looking for gas or would like to be a guest on a podcast, join our podcast exchange at www dot podcast world directory, Dot, com we'll see you next..

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"barad" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"barad" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Time +606. Update on traffic. Now back, we go to the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center for the latest with detoured. Am good looking right, Jeff. So far the freeway through user for length, No delays out of the East Valley West side. Two freeways that had a little bit of slowing. That's 10 eastbound 51st Avenue to the neck Park tunnel That will cost you an extra three minutes. Do you ride 16 minutes Total from the 101 into the £51.17 a little bit heavier. 18 minutes and right time for you from Peoria, down to the 10 split. Only a couple of mishap one to crash down a humor road at Barad Away. One is construction. It's a closure Central Avenue north and south on Jefferson to Washington Street, Try Seventh Street or Seventh Avenue and a police investigation this morning over a 27th Avenue and Campbell might want to steer clear of that 35th Avenue Indian school. Campbell back a couple of options there, this traffic before brought to you by America County Home and Garden Show, America County Home and Garden Show is back October 16 through the 18th. At Westworld in Scottsdale back with a new commitment to help so you can shop safely in foot emcee home shows dot com Deter Nam Get Mostly clear Skies today with a high of 100 for tonight clear the low 72 tomorrow mostly clear with a high of 103 by the weekend. We should be into double digits That means below 100. Right now in surprise. Clear skies 71 degrees weather is brought to you. By Howard Air. Whether Replace your repair call Howard Air Coming up on six await a check of your money from the bar Business center. The Phoenix City Council has scheduled a vote.

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"barad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"barad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Call 804 622033 Again 800 for 622033 Washington Redskins team owner Dan Snyder's There's a thorough review of the team's name is underway, and correspondent Caroline Nano says the plan has the backing of the NFL NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell quickly at his support to the team's announcement, also saying in a statement in the last few weeks we've had ongoing discussions of Dan and were supportive of this important step. The Cleveland Indians plan to review their long debated name to embrace the quote responsibility to advance social justice and equality. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum says despite the Corona virus pandemic, Nathan's fourth of July hot dog eating contest will go on with restrictions will be at an undisclosed location with competitors separated by Plexi Glass and no in person audience, 12 time champ Joey Chestnut said. That'll be unusual. Even my practices. I have somebody yelling. There will be a TV audience with the contest broadcast on ESPN. Barbecue sack and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. India has set an ambitious timeline for its first potential Corona virus vaccine from human trials to general use in six weeks. Barad Biotech International received the regulatory approval to start human clinical trials for its experimental vaccine earlier this week. We're hearing the Indian Council of Medical Research says the vaccine is expected to be rolled out by August 15th. Has been no evidence yet that Barack biotechs shot is safe for use on humans, not to mention effective Lucky. Brand Dungarees LLC and affiliates, which makes jeans. Another apparel filed for bankruptcy in Delaware, this after the Corona virus pandemic killed off restructuring efforts. A closely held company has entered into an asset purchase agreement with Spark Group, which operates brands including Aeropostal and Nautica for the sale of most all of its operating assets. A BG Lucky LLC, a newly formed unit of Authentic Brands Group will acquire Lucky Brands Intellectual Property. Authentic Brands is the company that bought Barneys New York out of bankruptcy. New York reported 918 New Corona virus cases yesterday, up slightly from the 875 on Thursday, but in line with the 2/10 of 1% 7 day average rise, New York reported nine deaths. What's the bottom line for economic recovery after the Corona virus pandemic? Steve sh. Everone is portfolio manager at Federated Global Investment Management. We spent a lot of time thinking about the shape of the recovery. And that's important because it impacts people's lives. However, I think with the market focus is on is on ly the right hand shape of whatever letter you're talking about. The EU and W all have one thing in common. They finish with a move that's up into the right. US. Stock markets were closed yesterday. World stock markets fell slightly in Europe on Friday after gains in Asia. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. This is Bluebird. Wall.

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"barad" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate

"And we're back Duke now up one over Syracuse in this game. Four twenty left's Kyle appreciate that. And speak enough. Call. It's time for cows guy of the week. And and I don't know how much college basketball, you're watching. I know that you're watching the patriots in all the NFL stuff going on. But Kyle who is your guy who have you seen who were you love in now. And it's not Zion. Right. It's not Zion. But it is funny. Bring up Duke because I think it was Friday was Duke, Florida state, and I was just about to head to the dark room. But there was ESPN was on. And I think it was ESPN. And I and I was watching that Florida state do game. And I I just wanted to the end. And I might guy is going to be Jack white forgetting the fuck out of the way on that out of bounds. Play man that could have been bad that could have been bad. It looked like it might have been sewn up after that. So that was you guys talk about them all the time. I think that's the first time. I actually saw what he looked like it was paying attention. So. Yeah. Tech white Kosgei. I never I never thought the calls guy would be the white guy. The white guy is Jack why Jack white was like a basically got out. The way perfectly with like a he was actually a great decoy on that final play the cameras from cameras should the three to win that game. Duke was down one far to stay was worried about them against going for a layup. I think the RJ Barad from Gonzaga from the Gonzaga game they thought that he was always going to get the ball. So they were all eyes on him trimmed forest decide to stay in the lane. And then cameras gets a wide open three in Duke. It's the win and goes crazy and the rest is history. I guess but while it's a good guy. Kyle that means that you're watching the game not just those became reddish. But you you go for Jack white who did the kid. Can affect it all up. So that's you know, that's kind of a metaphor for what I'm trying to do. I'm just just getting out of the way on these podcasts before them up. You know for. You are. You're the Jack white of this. Yeah. Just get out away. Just in time. You gotta get an how do you feel? So we need. How do you feel about the patriots? By the way. Are you confident dude Tom Brady just stepped out of a fucking time machine yesterday from like two thousand fourteen it's all good. We're feeling great. I I will say it's weird. I was watching the patriots play, and you, and I mean this early you make me hate the patriots a little bit less. I hate the patriots as much as everyone else. But you're you're like the one good patriots fan out there. Who's just like real lovable? You're not obnoxious or when they lose what they lose. You're like fuck let's just drink some beer when they win. You're like, hey, we want. Let's drink some beer. Yeah. I grew up in New York. I know how to tone it down a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. You make. Yeah. I'd like to I'd like to see you happy. Kyle. Thanks. It feels good having said that I would prefer the patriots. Not when they're thousand Super Bowl, rowboat, whatever that's a good pick though. Oh, good. Good job job. Jack, white good pick take you wanna talk about that game. By the way. Like, we're already kind of talking about the cameras shot. I I was in -ticipant eating one of two reactions for me. I think you were still just trying to get over your your back being fucked up and Carolina losing and all the other stuff going on. But I was waiting one of two things one. The the really butthurt move would be to say that cameras traveled on the shot. Watch the slow MO the do basketball tweeted out something a slow MO video of it. And he catches the ball..

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"barad" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now. Red bear. When someone watch the news they want someone they can trust our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged in bringing what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news, but really down with we're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's four AM midnight. Were there news channel real news? Real honest opinion, Jimmy cost has been reunited with members of her extended family after escaping Thursday from a man who had apparently held her captive since last October the same night her parents were shot and killed. How Jamie was targeted though, still unclear at this time nothing in this case shows the suspect knew anyone at the clause home or at any time had contact with anyone in the close family. It's Barad county sheriff Chris FitzGerald who says the suspect. Twenty one year old Jake Paterson will make his first court appearance on Monday. Supreme court Justice Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, will miss more high court sessions next week. She continues to recover from cancer surgery. A court spokeswoman says the justices recovery from cancer surgery is on track this week marked the first time Ginsburg missed oral arguments as a supreme court Justice Ginsburg continues to work from home and will participate in all pending cases relying on written briefs and transcripts to keep her case load moving that means she would vote on all pending appeals avoiding any shorthanded four four times, but not having her in the courts marble, building for any length of time could prove problematic with such a small group quarter say the absence of.

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"barad" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Natural gas leak caused at least one explosion underground in the West Lake district near downtown LA. Flames and smoke were reported coming out of his sidewalk. The Elliott has Matt team says there was a second area that looks like an explosion may have happened as well. It is narrowed the investigation to a utility vault below the sidewalks to apartment buildings were also evacuated. The LA school district is trying to block some teachers from going on strike next week. The union says its members are ready to walk out next Thursday, but a complaint filed by the school district yesterday is tried to keep special education teachers and support staff from joining the strike. It's highly unlikely we'd ever be able to have sufficient substitutes school district lawyer Barad green says about sixty thousand students are in special education. This request is limited to the services provided to disabled children were not asking the court to take a position on who's right or wrong between the union and the school district the union and the school district plan to meet again Monday. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Congressional democratic leaders have met at the White House with president. Trump to talk about how to get the government moving. Again, a partial shutdown is in its fourteenth day, the Democrats called the meeting contentious Trump's that it was productive. The president said he may declare a national security emergency to fund the border wall. The southern border is a dangerous. Horrible disaster. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he got a call Friday morning from a fire dispatcher and upstate New York who can't get his new mortgage approved because the government is closed. This kind of situation.

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"barad" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Orange County radio station shutdown. Erin bender live from the KFI. Twenty four hour newsroom. Congressional democratic leaders have met at the White House with President Trump to talk about reopening the federal government. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says Trump was resistant to the message Fakty said he'd keep the government closed for a very long period of time months or even years. Trump says the five and a half billion dollars. He wants for the border wall are needed to keep people such as human traffickers out. The only way you're gonna stop that is by having a solid steel structure or concrete structure house speaker Nancy Pelosi says lawmakers are committed to keeping the country's borders safe. But that can be best done when the government does open fed chair Jerome Powell says he will not resign to do. So by the President Trump has blamed the fed for weighing on the economy Powell says he's mindful of how turbulent financial markets have been over concerned, the feds on course to aggressively raise interest rates listening with. Sensitively to the message that that markets are sending Powell was promised to watch. How the economy evolves before setting policy? The chairman's comments had a positive effect on the stock market. The Dow and SMP were bowled up more than three percent. The NASDAQ gained more than four percent. The LA school district is trying to block some teachers from going on strike next week. The union says its members are ready to walk out next Thursday, but a complaint filed by the school district yesterday is trying to keep special education teachers and support staff from joining the strike. It's highly unlikely we'd ever be able to have a sufficient substitutes school district lawyer Barad green says about sixty thousand students are in special education. This request is limited to the services provided to disabled children. We're not asking the court to take a vision on who's right or wrong between the union and the school district the union and the school district plan to meet again Monday. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. The LA city attorney says the eye of the storm has been watching think how Orwellian at feels city attorney Mike viewers says the operator of the way. Weather Channel app has been minding the location data users and selling that information off the third parties. You want sacrifice to that company? That information you sure ought to be doing it with clear advance notice of precisely what's at stake. If you're says that hasn't been happening. So he's filed a lawsuit to stop the practice, and he's seeking penalties up to twenty five hundred dollars per violation. Because we want to deter others from engaging in similar conduct as hall. Kris Ankarlo, KFI new owner IBM, by the way denies any impropriety a natural gas leak has caused at least one explosion underground in the West Lake district near downtown LA. Flames and smoke have been reported out of a sidewalk the LA has met team says there's a second area that looks like an explosion may have happened as well. A couple of apartment buildings have been evacuated. Power has been shut off in the area. Just in case. The number of Hollywood hits directed by women is at a twenty year low. A yearly study of the film industry says only eight percent of last year's top films were directed by women that number was eleven percent in two thousand seventeen. Women behind the scenes or most representatives producers in two thousand eighteen making up twenty six percent of the total traffic.

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"barad" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Four hour newsroom. We're not playing games we have to do it. President Trump says he's prepared to keep the partial government shutdown going for months or years if he doesn't get the five point six billion dollars. He wants for a border wall. But he says he doesn't need congressional approval. I may do it. I may do it. But we could call a national emergency and build it. Very quickly. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the government needs to reopen services are being withheld from the American people paychecks are being held with help from people. Serve. The needs of the American people. Trump says the standoff is going to be over sooner than people think more meetings are scheduled this weekend. Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell says he won't resign. If asked to do so by President Trump, Trump has blamed the fad for weighing on the economy Powell says he's mindful of how turbulent financial markets have been over concerned, the feds on course, to aggressively raise interest rates were listening sensitively to the message that that markets are sending Powell has promised to watch. How the economy evolves before setting policy? The chairman's comments have had a positive effect on today's stock market. The Dow is up nearly eight hundred points right now, L A city. Attorney Mike fewer has filed a lawsuit against the operators of the Weather Channel app for invading. User's privacy, says the location information gathered by the app is sold off to third parties, including advertisers. We allege that the app leads its users to believe their location. Data would only be us. Used for weather, personalized weather. Data fewer says the notification to users is buried in ten thousand words of legalese in the privacy policy. The lawsuit seeks to make the operator the app stop gathering that info and pay up to twenty five hundred dollars for each violation. The Elliott school district is trying to block some teachers from going on strike next week. The union says its members are ready to walk out next Thursday, but a complaint filed by the school district yesterday is tried to keep special education teachers and support staff from joining the strike. It's highly unlikely we'd ever be able to have a sufficient substitutes school district lawyer Barad green says about sixty thousand students are in special education. This request is limited to the services provided to disabled children were not asking the court to take position on who's right or wrong between the union and a school district the union and the school district plan to meet again Monday. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Allstate state farm and USAA have all sued Pacific Gas and electric for the fire in northern California that destroyed fourteen. Thousand homes the fire hasn't yet officially been blamed on the utility. But flames were first spotted near a site where PGA reported a transmission line problem. The fires costing insurance companies billions of dollars attorneys general from across the country have banded together to fight a federal court ruling calling the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. California's AG heavier Bezerra says he formed the coalition because a ruling threatens the entire healthcare system impacts are doctors or hospital certain Medicaid, Medicare affordable prescription women's health therapy for Sarah says seventeen attorneys general are challenging the ruling, but the number will probably grow. They filed that appeal yesterday the social media and depression connection may be stronger for girls than boys are studying in the journal e clinical medicine found among fourteen year olds who used social media more than five hours a day. There was a fifty percent jump in depressive symptoms among.

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"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Well, I am going to work on time walking for the month of January. Let's see how that works. Okay. I'm gonna work on reducing the task instead of having fourteen or twenty tasks on my list in the course of the day. Maybe I'm only gonna write three priority tasks or or three to do that. I want to try to accomplish in the course of my day. Well, and that's really helpful. Because again, you see little wins as opposed to just seeing this list of things you haven't finished, right? So. Of it is psychological. If we see a huge list of things that we have to do we can easily get overwhelmed and that will make us get distracted. So, you know, if you cut the list down make it manageable bite size pieces than you're more likely to feel like you've accomplished something which will spur you on to do more. I really appreciate hearing that you know, it sometimes it's good to know that in your head. But when you get the when you get the confirmation that what you're doing or the direction that you're going is good from an expert. Like, you definitely it makes me feel like, okay? Maybe I'm not as screwed up as I thought it was or maybe we're both screwed up. You never know possible to the other. The other possible. So nice guy community if you wanna get a hold of more information about what Michelle does and how she does a weather as a business consultant and a coach or someone that if you're interested in in rebranding, and finding what your genius is in another business or new business, or if you want to get information about how to put together book, man, you know, I just went against every podcasters, you know, playbook which says have one called action don't have one called actually now just given them in seventeen things to do. But you know, in your particular case, you do find you do have some genius in a number of different areas than I would love to be able to share that with my community. So thanks for sharing your message today. What thank you for having me. Appreciate it was so nice guy community. Michelle also has a podcast and the podcast is called Michelle fill in the blank for me here somewhere in the middle with shalvar. Yup. Somewhere in the middle. And we're going to do another episode. So that's going to air after this episode airs so look for Michelle's name. I'm in our in our titles. We're going to do a special season of just podcast experts. Talking about podcast inner show again is called somewhere in the middle. And we'll make sure that we we put together some information for for that as well. So Michelle, thanks for sharing. Your message on the show today. Thank you. Appreciate you have any nice guy community. Never underestimate the power of nice against special. Thanks to Michelle. Berard? Oliver information will be in the show notes today. Steve O'Brien, go ahead and take us out of here. For the nice guys on business. I'm Steve O'Brien up your week with the nice guys. Half. On storm the castle, boys. Yeah. I don't mean to pry. But the nice guys don't by chance happen to have six fingers on the right hand. Do they?

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"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"I find even simple things like, you know, one of the things that I do every day as I get started in my day is I literally just write a task list of the I because I am not a great goal setter. You know, you look I look back to my twenty seventeen or twenty eighteen twenty seventeen to twenty sixteen goals. And it's like not only did I not. Not achieve the exact goals that I set out, but a whole different set of things that were successes happened in my life that weren't even on my coal my goals anyway. So it's almost like I should have. I should have set intentions rather than set goals. These are the intentions of my life. But I find that if I do it on a daily basis or even as as as as little as thirty or sixty days, it makes things so much more manageable for me from a from a time management perspective. The task list helps from the goals setting perspective just going out as little as sixty days. Sometimes is is is good for me. I just can't set myself goals for the in afford the upcoming year. It just doesn't they just don't seem to happen. It's almost like it's a little discouraging to me when I do that. We'll end it can be even I don't I'm not a big proponent of to do lists either. Because I think that I mean, we can put down unlisted to do and you'll find that your list is like fourteen, you know, twenty items long, like how am I gonna get all this done in one day, and it may seem like something minor. But again. In in between doing everything that you do every day that can be really challenging. So instead my way of looking at things is look at a calendar in structure, you know, like okay on Monday. I can do this on Wednesday. I can do that on Thursday. I can do this cut yourself some slack. If you don't get it done. But then, you know, and and maybe kinda group your tasks so that similar tasks are being done at the same time. If you know, you have to make a lot of phone calls block awesome time in your calendar. And I'm gonna make phone calls. You know for this two hour period, you know, our period, and that what you're kind of chunking what you have to do keeping those like tasks together and you'll be able to do them more efficiently. Because it takes about twenty minutes for the brain to switch from one task to another. Oh, don't I know an as a guy that is like entrepreneur entrepreneurial brain, it's like seventeen businesses running through my head at the same time. And when I changed from my entertainment business to my podcasting business to my speaking business. To my book writing. But you know, it's like, wow, you're right. It does take you a little while just to kinda get back in that space and then turning around and going back again, it's challenging so time chunking or time blocking as I would call it. I is makes things so much easier for me. It's just a matter of doing it. You know, we say we want to do it. It's like, okay. Nice guy community were now in two thousand nineteen. Is this episode airs? It's like, okay. What are you going to change in twenty nineteen that that I didn't do properly in twenty eighteen to make sure that my business just keeps moving forward? And sometimes these little tiny incremental steps like doing something like, okay?.

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"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"To help people to understand really what they're geniuses not only when it comes to book writing, but to creating and building their own business. So just spend for a moment why where you pick up your expertise for helping people find their own genius through through these consultations that you have with people in in what you might be able to share with our community from that perspective. Well, I have my background is wide and varied. So because as any good entrepreneur would that's okay. No problem. Yeah. So I have a wide and vary background. But I spent most of my. Time doing training on technical training and things of that nature. And you spend a lot of time talking with people and discovering what it is that they like to do and also communicating what can be complex concepts for some folks in very simple ways finding ways for them to connect to it. So that they can learn something that sometimes they don't really want to and through that. I think I started developing that concept of you know, kinda getting from people what they need, you know, learning from them asking questions and so forth. So one of the things that I also discovered is because geek at heart in a love, the technology. People would come to me and ask me, you know, I'm thinking about you know, starting business. I don't know what kinds of tools, I should be using in our give them some ideas on different software, tools, or you know, I've tried to do this. But it's not really working out for me. You know, what are some ways that I can do this better? And I give them some, you know. Ideas of ways that they can do that better. Because I started my first business owner, I'm going to tell my age by. It's okay. Although I say at three thousand times. Well, by the dates, I graduated from college and high school and how many? Well, I started my business. I started my first business basically out of college. I started my career in DC several many moons ago. Okay, that's fair. And I started my first business doing computer graphics many years ago. And so I'm doing business on either on the side of a fulltime job in place with fulltime job for about twenty five years now. So people come to me and ask me these questions in overtime. I found that this is part of what I love to do in coupled with that. When I started her book editor it was because I love I love trashing apples. And I was. Oh, you run herald Robbins fan. I bet of the nineteen eighties. Probably right. Okay. So I'm going to tell you the very first. So my mom used to read. I mean, she had so many books they were just stacked up all over her nightstands and everything, and I would go in there and just stat snatch her novels when she wasn't looking and my favorite to this very day. Oh is a Sidney Sheldon. No. Yeah. Call the other side of midnight. Okay. Well, that was made that into a movie, I think. Yeah. Yeah. And that was my first where I was like, oh, I love trashy novels. So when I started urban book editor it was really designed to help people particularly urban authors, you're trying to get their workout to edit their books, and in the course of that I discovered that a lot of people didn't even know they were starting businesses when they decided to publish a book, right, right? It is amazing. The the direct connection and correlation between those that are starting books and those that are starting businesses. It seems like it's the same brain that is that is starting both of those things..

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"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Can help you develop a marketing plan for your book. And we don't do marketing. I don't do that for you. But developing that marketing plan and most people have written books now, whether you sell Folles or even published to a large publisher know that you have to promote your own book you have to develop a plan for how you're going to do that. I could just remember originally getting started in one night was originally came up with the idea of putting a book together, it was because of some inspiration that my speaking coach had given to me and said, you need it not only need to write a book, but you need to write a bestselling book. And I'm like fuck how my ever? To do that. But she said really start to focus on building your your social media platform. You're all of those channels linked in Facebook Instagram at the time was was its infancy. So Twitter was my biggest and she said just set some goals for for building your your profile there and damn if I she was a hundred percent on the money. I mean, it really was all about when we launched the book, I launched the book to forty one thousand linked in comments on my book design. I gave my again, my community a choice of one of two covers. And there was forty one thousand comments not just likes or shares or anything forty one thousand comments, and like, well, I've just created the entire platform by which I'm gonna launch my book. And so it can be as easy as one post. But you just never know when that post is going to be so building your social media profile was at least in our case. Essential. And I'm assuming you're finding the the same thing for. Your clients to. Yeah. That's not just for my clients. But also for authors all over of all genres, if you can build an audience before you publish number one, you're going to be more successful at getting your book sold, but you may find even if you self publish that your book gets picked up by big publisher. That's what ended up happening with well. The the mother of urban books if you wanna call her that Zane much she was writing back when it was both him boards, basically on the internet when the internet was bulletin boards. And she created she got a following a huge following. In fact, a lot of people didn't know, it was a female writing these racy novels and eventually got picked up by a large publisher because you know, she built an audience, and even your finding now that authors who not only have written. Fabulous books and had lots of sales. They've gone through traditional publishers in the past. They're finding their publishers pushing their books as well. Not at all not at all talk about for for a moment. The creation of books in this new media space, whether it's through blogging or podcasting or Email campaigns. I mean, the the interface with everything from a marketing perspective makes it so attainable and achieve -able for for people. That are basically I want..

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"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"It gives them little small wins. A especially if you're writing a book that's geared toward business or personal development or something like that. You can give them a small win in a short amount of time. So not to take the wind out of the sales of of the good writers that are out there in our community. But in in being a guy that has written a book and understanding that hey, maybe I'm not the greatest writer in the world. But I'm a much better marketing person that I am a that. I am a writer how much in your opinion of of success of a book is good writing. And how much of success of a book is is in the marketing and the branding of how the book is actually introduced to the market. Ninety percent easily is marketing, isn't it? Amazing. It's like we spent all of this time so many people get so stuck in the challenging part. What we think is the challenging part, which is the writing. And actually, it's not discouraging anybody that's in our community that wants to write a book on courage, anybody that has an inkling to even put the two. Gather book, it truly was the greatest marketing experiment that we've done at created the podcast for us. It's created this entire career. So share why it is not in your opinion ninety percent marketing in ten percent writing. Well, it's just like anything. Well, here's my favorite example of to marketing bursts, something being excellent. I don't if most people even remember the tapes. But you know, there was a big battle between beta in VHS and beta was actually the better technology, but VHS marketed and branded and really got his message out there and got itself into the consumer's hands. So that became the standard for a long time. Technically, the same thing happened with Tibo versus other types of DVR's. Right tvos did not brand wa they have wonderful technology, amazing technology, but other folks branded better. So it you know, what I mean? So sometimes the winners are not the best totally totally agree. So how much of the process, and if it's none, it's okay? I'm just curious. You know, what those should look to you for in terms of your expertise. Do you get it all involved in the ninety percent? Or are you more focused on the ten percent where where the writing in the book creation actually comes to be? Well, when I do is I bring together a team. So I have for example in award winning cover designer award winning graphic artists who designs book covers for my clients. So that part I can give to him. And he does the part that helps to draw people's eyes to your book, which also helps with marketing governing. I have people who.

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"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"barad" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"So we all have a story within its and Michelle arts genius in helping us get it out of us. It's founder of urban book editor Michelle helps authors of all genres outline design and develop their books from concept to launch the self publishing world can be really confusing, and I know that from doing it myself either through a publisher and then ultimately self publishing and then trying to find the publisher back again. And then finding my royalty checks and all of that while this is can be ultra confusing and Michelle helps you navigate those waters. She's the go-to expert to get it all done. She also has a podcast of her own. She's a podcast host of a show called somewhere in the middle at the intersection of life, love, family, culture, politics and business, and we'll talk about that part of her career as well. We also gonna to chat a little bit about. Her experiences, a business consultant helping us as entrepreneurs and solo preneurs and the people that are looking to start their own businesses to find our own genius as well her expertise is definitely in time management. And I've seen that through her being extremely punctual to being on this podcast to not only the exact timing of it seems like everyone of repod kissed episodes is about an hour and two minutes. I wanted discuss that a little bit weather as well. Finding out how to start your own business finding out how to be a good time manager. Welcome Michelle to the nice guys on business podcast. Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it. I love having here. And I I would love to be able to start every each and every podcast episode the way that you so perfectly start yours. What are your two questions who are you? And how did you get here? And I'm like gosh. I don't even know if I could answer those questions you ever think about some of the questions that you ask is a podcast host. And you think gosh, I don't even know how I would answer that question. We know why ask those questions it's because I'm interested in people's journeys. And I'm believed that we all need inspiration. And that's how you get the inspiration is not about what someone does for a living. It's about how they got to that point. How they became the person that they are today that made them wanna do what they're doing. Well, I have a lot of failed relationships and marriages as part of my past. So I guess I'd probably has helped shape the, man. I am today. Oh, yeah. And don't feel bad. I have a lot of failed relationships on me. That's okay. Hey, so let's start with let's start with your your your business urban book editor because that was originally what what brought me to you. I think I was checking out some some stuff, and then and then you had applied to be on the show. And then we talked about a little bit further in-depth about that that business. It is such a murky depth of water when you get into wanting to publish your own book and everybody has a story like where do you even start? You know, somebody comes to you and say, I have a story I wanna share. I just don't even know where to start most people are like, I don't have the time. I don't have the money. I don't have the I don't really know how to wear to go or how to do it. How do you even begin to to navigate those waters with them? Well, I have a lot of different types of autism. Coming to me, some come for personal projects like memoir for family others, come because they wanted to do something with their business. They want to establish their authority in their industry. So it depends on what the person's trying to do where we. We start. But I have to find out. What is it at your goal is? You're trying to sell a book are you trying to create a gift for someone because you're tons of different reasons if people produce their books, then if they don't have a story already outlined we will go through a process like that to kind of figure out what are they trying to talk about? And then from there we'll start developing that manuscript now that a lot of people also come to me who have their manuscripts written..

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