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"basi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"basi" Discussed on WTOP

"It's also going to be relatively cool and cloudy. Now as we get into Wednesday we're back in the low 80s partly sunny, chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. 74 right now in Washington, Bowie, at 69°, Gainesville at 73, Baltimore 72. Thanks, Lauren. It is 9 41 police looking for a suspect after two boys were shot early Saturday. It happened in Columbia heights. Police say the 12 and 13 year olds were shot while they were walking on Irving street in northwest D.C. just after midnight. Now they were able to get help from nearby police, both boys are expected to survive. Police are looking for a suspect and a motive in that shooting. Researchers are hoping to better understand what causes someone to catch coronavirus. While others who live in the same household actually Dodge the virus altogether. Children's national hospital and rolling 1000 kids and young adults in a 5 year study to look at the effects of long COVID, one child caught the virus back in December and is still not completely back to normal. I had very deep costs and I had headaches, dizziness, tiredness, fevers, with our news partners at NBC four, he quarantined in the basement away from his family of 5 who didn't get the virus then, doctor Roberta de basi, a spearheading the study. We're doing a lot of testing of their heart function. Their lung function. Their mental health and their quality of life. He also said they're enrolling healthy family members to look at the role genetics may play in all of this. Gas prices are falling. And that means some people may think this is a good time to get away for a driving vacation. What about jet fuel prices? Prices about a month ago were ridiculously high. To find a deal, run onto young and her mom took a ridiculous detour, driving more than a

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"basi" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on KGO 810

"32nd minute. 11 bench for Austin today for Gundy's Dominguez gains Tarbell, the backup keeper, Stroud, Domanick, Kleeman, Burkhalter and Radius. San Jose. They have won the Lasky Rios Alani said, because he's saying Marie acting your age and cowl Vega is the backup keeper. Chase. Salinas is out with an undisclosed injury. Jeremy Abo Basi Still dealing With the after effects of a head injury. Outside. Haji was questionable for this game. He is not on the bench. Pereira coming forward. Wants to find G Take brings it down on top of the 18 knocked away by Thompson recovers going to the right elbow. Now ball crossed in deflected down and Marcinkowski reacts well, gobbling it up off the bounce to control for the earthquake. 11 33rd minute. Brought down in the far touchline. Board Can a bitch. You can't stay on it. One back by Austin. San Jose challenging, though, but Austin is going to be recovery. Pereira. Comes forward but then dispossessed from behind. San Jose, drawing the foul Marcos Lopez getting knocked down It'll be a free kick.

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"basi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Dot com slash. Ben my wife. And i love our helix sleep mattress. We get on that thing every night. It is made for us and we sleep like babies. You can to helixsleep dot com slash. Ben okay. so let's talk about the various arguments that made in favor of withdrawal. Someone which i think are just disconnected from reality secretary rice that the one that you hear the most is that this was an endless war. You heard president biden. Say that repeatedly over the course of the last several months by the time we left we had a troop level that was basically ranking number nine in terms of countries where we actually had troops. We had under three thousand troops in afghanistan. We had had zero combat casualties since february of twenty twenty and yet there seemed to be this great urgent drive to remove all troops as soon as possible under the rubric of endless war. And what did you make of that particular argument. While when the american presidents keeps telling the american people that this is an endless war that we have to get out of Even if they're not paying a lot of attention because afghanistan had gone quieter as you noted They're going to start to think it's an endless war and we have to get out of it And here i will say. I don't think we had the best policies is and i've said this before under the trump administration either This notion that america clinton sustain a few thousand troops In a strategically vital part of the world where we were still fighting. Terrorists and terrorist resurgence Where we had an airbase that could help us keep an eye on both pakistan not that stable a place with nuclear weapons and iran one are probably our most of our our pitched enemy in the middle east. The idea that we couldn't sustain that is a great power as a superpower was really extraordinary. And here's the argument. I would have hoped we would have said We are a country. That benefited for a couple of centuries by our great oceans protecting us and peaceful neighbors to the north and the south. We found out on september eleventh that we weren't protected. We decided we were going to take the war to them. So we didn't have to fight it on our soil that means that we need to deploy our forces to fight them out there so we don't have to fight them in here. That means that we may have to deploy small numbers contents of american forces. Intelligence assets and military hardware ford in places like afghanistan where we can with allies from around the world as well as with afghan allies. Continue to prosecute the war on terror. So we don't have to prosecute it at home. I wish somebody had made that argument. Maybe we should take responsibility. Ben those of us in the bush administration for not making that argument more forcefully enough We were pleased with the good. We were doing for the afghan people but they did a lot of good for us to in letting us use their tour territory for own protection. I would also have said we've done this forward deployment before our longest war is actually korea. It is an armistice not a victory in war. We have twenty eight thousand american forces on the korean peninsula because even a powerful korean south korean army can't stand alone against the north. And so why do we think that a younger weaker. Afghan army can stand alone against an insurgency but i would have made the strategic argument. I wish we'd made it better now. So secretary let's talk about the afghan army for a second because this is another excuse that's been used lately. Is the incredibly quick collapse of the afghan army. President biden himself is blamed. The afghan army suggested that they didn't have any will to fights that basically if they weren't capable of holding up their their own country at this point there was nothing that five or ten years would have done down the road. he's literally said that It seems to me that that is again. Utterly disconnected from the facts on the ground namely the fact that we built the afghan army so that they could explicitly work with us in specific ways and then removed all of their support basi's and told everyone in afghanistan. We were leaving while. I've heard many people. Now say maybe. We built the afghan army too much in our own image We built them Needing air power for instance and needing the support of our air power and then of course we took away The contractors that were maintaining The aircraft American pilots were no longer Flying and and training them and helping them to fly these air emissions You make a good point about Telling them that we were leaving I imagine the scene You know that the taliban which was making inroads. We have to be clear about that. The taliban goes into some area encounters afghan military personnel Says you do know that the americans are leaving. You're going to be left here with us If you resist we're going to kill your children So how about you come over to our side and lay down your weapons It's not hard to see. Why the morale of the afghan army collapsed under those circumstances when we didn't even tell the new commander of bog rem air force base to whom we were turning it over in the afghan commander that we were leaving. We left in the middle of the night We did we did nothing. Really the shore up their sense of their ability to fight. And if one thing really Really rankles me this idea that They didn't fight. They chose to to surrender to the taliban they lost sixty. Six thousand people in this war was talking with Some of my colleagues Former military officers they talk about A general who we now think An afghan general who we now think is trapped behind taliban lines Who lost both his legs in a fight. A firefight that we were involved in and he can't get out couldn't get to the airport. I thought that One thing really bothered me. It was the The heartlessness of talking about afghan fighters in that way when they'd given so much Yes people surrendered. They surrendered rather quickly. But i don't think we gave them a chance secretary rice. One of the things that's been said is the afghan government was corrupt. There were serious corruption issues going back to the karzai administration in afghanistan that the united states was never able to sort of wrap our arms around that and thus there is not any support for the interim government or for the the current national government of afghanistan. New real measure that the tribalism was eventually going to replace that anyway It seems to me that there's a bit of historical ignorance when it comes to comparative situations in the the south korean government in holding election is whole the eighties. Literally there for thirty to forty years before they held the free and fair election So giving people a couple of decades to move from app absolute tyranny. I and tribalism toward something remotely resembling. Accuracy actually takes a fair but a time. But what do you make of of the development of afghanistan's government. Well i'm glad you mentioned the south. Korean government been They were actually a military dictatorship while onto.

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"basi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Do you think this is specifically because of the Delta? Very It and people struggling with the idea. Of returning and being around strangers once again. Well, it's probably both, and we'll see as the numbers play out over the next few months, whether consumer shift more to online from in store. People miss going into in store. They like the tactile experience of being able to pick out a product in the grocery store or in another retail setting, So we'll see whether or not that shifts back to online as they get much more cautious about going outside. Remind you even vaccinated people were seeing breakthrough cases. As you know, six months passed since a person got there. Second shot, and we know that the vaccines only last, you know so long now and so that's causing some conservativism to creep in, you know as well so we'll be able to track spending habits and what you're raising is really to the point because You have a consumer who does have pent up demand Some of that money from the stimulus checks to the government still in their bank accounts, they're back at work. They have a revenue source now and so they're inclined to spend their inclined to indulge and we're seeing shortages of some products like new cars. Partly because of shortages of manufacturing inputs like microchips that they can't get their hands on. Prices have gone up for used and new cars so that consumers out there and they may just shift where they do their buying. There's still not an expectation that the economy is going to go into a slump this year, but we'll have to see how bad The delta variant gets and you're seeing that also reflected in the inflation numbers, which they which have also been pretty robust, much to the match. So I was going to ask that the Fed has addressed fear surrounding inflation, saying that this was all transitory. Will. The U. S Consumer Price Index increased slightly slower in July. So is that enough reassurance when you're looking at these numbers? Yeah, probably not. And I think that the Fed has sort of signaled that they're not reassured that it's as quickly transitory as they might have expected, Transitory, meaning that When you're coming out of getting whacked, like the economy did really not off balance for as long a period as it was in 2020. When things start back up again, there's a disjuncture between supply and demand. There's more demand than there is supply coming into the pipeline, and so that increased demand drives up prices. There's competition for the available goods, which are in short supply. And that causes bidding wars and that causes prices to go up kind of, in the simplest sense, and that's inflation. So they felt that okay, well, what's the economy gets back on his feet. Those things will kind of work themselves out. The pipelines of supply chains will work themselves out. Kind of hasn't yet and so you're seeing reflected in the Fed meeting minutes. A discussion of the Fed beginning to rethink How much it's going to keep rates low, and it has all sorts of mechanisms by which it does that. And maybe we, the Fed should start thinking of easing up on that effort. Sometime before the end of the year and will probably see that reflected at some kind of decision. More distinct decision in November. Our reporters on wsj dot com Are signalling. That's probably in November. You may see some move by the said, in which they would curtail their efforts to keep rates low, which would allow interest rates to rise and that's meant to kind of take some of the steam out of an economy to bring prices down and to bring inflation down. So are you looking at November as a potential date to really understand if this is a temporary issue or a long term problem in the U. S. That's probably as good a day as any, um, at this stage and your guess is as good as mine. I think that if the Fed is going to make a move, the guess is probably around then. And that would signal if they do make a move that they decide to curtail some of their efforts to keep interest rates low. That would signal that they feel that this transitory nous is lasting a heck of a lot longer than they want and inflation is staying too high too long. John Basi, associate editor of the Wall Street Journal, John, Thanks so much for joining us my pleasure. You're listening to the Fox News rundown. Stay tuned for Armstrong and Getty, starting at six on talk radio 5 60 ksfo. Mhm. And paid for by the Sentinel Group, an attorney spokesperson ATTENTION This is an important message for anyone diagnosed with Parkinson's disease after being exposed to paraquat or other similar herbicides. Paraquat is a chemical commonly used by farmers and those that work with or apply herbicides. Residences near agricultural.

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Do We Buy Things We Never Use?

No Stupid Questions

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Do We Buy Things We Never Use?

"So angela. I have a habit. And i suspect many other people do as well of acquiring often buy purchase. What i've come to think of as aspirational objects which is to say. I will buy stuff that i think i want. Or maybe more accurately that. I would like to want but which in fact i'll never actually use so one tiny example at home. We probably have six hundred boxes of keen wa in our cupboard seen wa as far as i know we've never actually eaten keen wa at home high protein grain. It's not actually a green per se it's close to a grain. Oh is the lagoon. No it's neither to seed. I believe but that's beside the point also similarly. I have over my lifetime bought. Hundreds perhaps thousands of books that i've never read or at least not more than a few pages of i know many people who have bought closets and basi- full of exercise equipment and golf equipment and nutritional supplements in hair oil. So my question is are such acquisitions. Nothing but a waste of time and energy or is there an upside in such aspirational thinking. Even if the thought rarely translates into deed so aspirational consumerism. I mean that's a bit of national behavior. And especially the repeated part right. I can understand buying the first back of keen wa not using it and then you know whatever money down the drain but the second bag of king juan even the third now. That's that's that's interesting. And i should say just to draw the fuller picture. I do like to keep things tidy. I will go through our cupboards at home and know purge them. You'll marie condo. Yeah i'll purge so every. Let's say six months i'll throw away or donate eight boxes of keen wa her and literally eleven but then over the next few weeks you'll buy more okay so of course when you buy that next box keen wa. You don't think let me buy another box of keen wa that i can six months from donate. You're actually thinking at that moment that you're going to make the keen wa right. Oh yeah because for every box of keen wa that i've bought there have been approximately one trillion articles written about the benefits of and. I've read them all by the way it's quite good. Okay how do you know major kean. I've eaten it out but you know when you're cooking at home it's more of an investment when you're out and you say oh kean mutt. Sure all i have to do is say the word and it's going to be brought to me well here in. I think maybe is the solution to this. Least a clue. So what is it that keen wa and books and exercise equipment having common self-improvement and effort. So i think the difference between keen wall on the menu and keeping your covered is and by the ways even just have to boil it not that much effort. I know it's not a big investment but it's a big investment for the payoff for the while payoff which is small in your view.

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"basi" Discussed on Ambition Radio

Ambition Radio

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Ambition Radio

"Who treated in the big leagues Yeah i guess. I took it all the way up into middle school until seventh grade when we had some course teacher legendary names. Talk like chris. I like we met like in middle school and we're all ice skater dudes and there is like a time where we're dislike fuck this. We're gonna start playing music. So i picked up basin of implying basi- about age thirteen i know how to dabble in the drums. A little bit dabble in qatar will be but basis. Been my my main thing for quite some time. Don't pull the parole. You chainsaw daddy chain so Oil i mean my first dabbling in music would have been like band in middle school. I was clarinet. They actually wanted to play drums at first but never really panned out and then I guess i just aren't listening to fucking bands and paying attention to the songs on the radio. More what actually metallica peppers flea aso. When everybody their mom started playing guitar back in the days. All's like while pickup peace. now learn har- later so sorta base around twelve thirteen And ever since then it's been nonstop journey of fucking plant base. That may around fifteen. I got my first guitar. Knows cutting grass for like forty bucks Bought a guitar from outlooks prince frederick when they were still up there as far took lessons on electric tar ryan threw a fucking bass overdrive bass and started learning leg..

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"basi" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"I mean you'd not only lead this strategy in the marketing over at leader allergy but you also still are involved in coaching people. So i don't know how you fit that in number one but number two. Is there a reason why you still do that. Despite the fact that it is very hard to fit in what. What's going on with that with the coach. Oh i love that You know my core. I am a coach so it feeds me like it really feeds me and if feeds into everything i do in can-do coaching oftentimes seeing as you know. Someone's giving you advice. It's not advising alana times. Coaching a questioning a good coach offs. Good questions there. Listening the hearing the getting curious riot Than listening will what has meaning and that once they've they've listened and they questioning curious. They're able to play back. Did we get this right. And i think that is what we need to do. As as leaders is marketers and strategists oss questions. Get curious land and then see what the bright go forward plan is going to be in. So i love the that coaching seeps into everything i do i make intentional. Because they think that is part of a big value of mine which is to add value In every interaction and coaching allows people to share what they're saying but also what they're not saying So yeah i can't do it enough. I love that. But you know what i in coming to that. That's that's interesting because the coaching kind of is that piece. That often the higher ups get but the fact that you've made such point amongst your team to really be sure to focus on the front line and have people understand that leadership development happens everywhere across the spectrum in an organization or it doesn't exist right because if everybody there then then let me assure you you're not going there. I love that. I love that. Let me backtrack one one piece. Just about clarity. In case anybody who's listening really wanted to hear more about that. Obviously they can go visit. Lead allergy dot com which by the way fantastic website. I'm very jealous is very nice. And that's a big compliment coming from me. You know so I that super great. And i know you have the actual You know the full spectrum of what you guys do but specifically about clarity. Because i do think it is so poignant right now and this is really the issue i asked you on because so many people are struggling with this frontline issue. We're gonna learn more about the clarity program whether they do it themselves over they bring you guys into it. One thing i lent from you. Priscilla a few months back was bitterly and so we actually have a bit bitterly clarity for leaders. You actually listen and It's just it's clarity for leaders very easy to find. Okay well you look it up than so. It's bit dot lee ford slash and. He said clarity for leaders awesome. Okay so go check that out and learn about what what that is. Maybe that's something if you're on the front line maybe you can knock on the door of your. Hr department and say hey you know we could use this if you're an hr and you're thinking gosh. I how can i invest in a way that really makes sense to keep the continuity here. This could be for you to. But i really encourage you go. Visit leader. allergy dot com. They.

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"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Coach leaders the talent management leaders and invest in the top management strategy. Because there is going to be scotty from from the reservoir that we're pulling from you need to diversify go to various puzder. Keep going back to the same. Well get In people as they growing and developing their careers wanted to go to organizations that are going to invest in them that we're going to invest in them as leaders and that's going to be critical. What's going to be part of the strategy For a lot of organizations to invest in in their people right you know and there's nothing like facing your own mortality to make you like think about what's what your life what you want it to be and i think everybody face their own mortality and this year you know in a way that you know collectively we have not done in the past and so i do agree with that. I think people are going to come into their work. life throughout twenty twenty one and into twenty twenty two saying. I'm going to reevaluate this. I'm giving someone the best of me and the most of my hours that i have. Is this worth it like. I think that people really high talent are not gonna put up with being treated poorly. And i think that they are going to say you know i. I will even take a pay cut to go work for someone who treats me gives me psychological safety. Who treats me right. Who wants to develop me as a person as a leader. I think we're going to see that. You really really come out absolutely. I mean you know. The trend full Distant decade that way we've been backed into. Is that by in the next four years. Seventy five percent of the workforce of of emerging leaders ongoing to millennials going to be millennials engine z's and what we know about this these two generations they more likely to invest in themselves. And sometimes that means saying bye bye to this opportunity and moving onto another because they saw their parents stay in committed to one organization and at the end of the either get laid off or north appreciated and so they taken charge of fake korea. And they will. They know that it is not all money is is is green in the same way they will probably as i have seen. It put that a lot of value on their own development. I totally agree and you said it earlier that people typically leave a company because they don't have good relationships with their co workers with their management And you know they're they're it's that experience right and i totally agree with that. I don't think people leave about money. Hardly ever i think they leave when they lose. Respect for management They're done they're like it doesn't. There's no. I'm money that we'll get them right right. It's not because my company has a doesn't have a wellness room like or meditation. Now it's not because of that installing. It's never about that stuff. Is it it just always about this. Deep respect of who you are as a human. Yep yep of really really developing future leaders. Okay i got into this. Listen you and i are always busy. Struggled to get on the phone together but here we are doing. our gas. Smiling are also an executive coach yourself..

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"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Research project. You said something there about frontline leadership. And i gotta say you and i had an interesting conversation a while back about what happened in the pandemic and really who took the brunt of the major difficulty and that was the frontline leadership And really frontline workers and leader. Ali allergy really sprung into action. And did some really interesting things there so tell tell me about where that came from. What was the feeling on the leader allergy leadership team to say we gotta help frontline leaders. We know how to do this. What happened there. There was a a really tough time for those on the front. Like when we know about this responded we know about the the deliveries we know about the grocery stores retail. Everything could reason businesses. Could stay in operation. Were because of those on the front line and They would price into this huge again and big. Us stages kind of frenzy it's chaos And and hr rh hop houghton. Is i have to say a huge champions. Although it's on the front line they care about their people. At least the ones we've been fortunate enough to partner with and and quit so it came from not from what we saw take place as well as being just so in tune with the voice of our customers and you know i mean when you look at kind of the infrastructure and organization. Think about a triangle that the in cutting into three segments. that bottom segment is the largest piece. That's with frontline set. So you have this Frontline correze who have leaders and they are crucial to the the organization for us to be able to deliver on strategy and they need development They are the ones who need to understand what i'm a strategy you're setting talk. How am i on my front line contributing to that. How am i living out your mission. How my living out the company's values how my developing those so that we can then Be change agents through this pandemic in some through all of that. The several initiatives one on very proud of is i will clarity program which is really geared around The frontline leader Giving than the leadership Tools and systems for then to to grow and len and We've done it in the way that it's a kind of a turnkey solution. We can deploy leader. Ali g. but we also have created a train. The trainer kathy style allows. Hr pop ms to go into point terminally because if you think about it These frontline who still manages a lot of times are spread out throughout the country. We it's difficult to bring them all together in a you know several times a once a month spool six days and trying to get them. Pull them away from the front line right exactly so in this case it would like what do we do to help develop and support easy to return a fully virtual solution and we've partnered with hr and and it's really proud of what we've put together in these already just Showing so much return for our clients. Yeah but see. That's what's interesting. I like what you pointed out and everybody who listens as podcast news that i talk about Ideal client personas. The and you really hinted at it. You know that your most ideal client is an hr leader. Who really cares about their people and is saying i want to develop. I want invest in you. And i care about the development over time of who you are and how you can contribute and it's not this. Oh completely everything for you know. It is good for the company too. And it's the amazing mix. I did think after we talked. I don't know a couple of months ago. We talked about some of this frontline leadership stuff. I remember seeing that target commercial. I don't know if you saw it. But it really celebrated this one store manager and she was like this frontline leader. And she's like i get up early. I make sure i got all. I've cleaned all the cards. An extra you know it was like she's like and this is just how we're doing it and it was just one store in california. I thought target. Oh my gosh you get it. I think they did. And i can see that that you know a program. Like clarity is perfect for you. Know a company that really cares to say it's not just because we want buying but we also understand that these frontline people if they're not living out the values of the company then we are not living out the values of our company because they are the people who are interfacing. You know with with your customers a day day out. That is so amazing. And i'm sure you get a lot of just personal satisfaction from seeing these large groups of of you know of people becoming more professional and really getting the attention. They deserved that. They you know that often only the people at the very in the c. suite. Get this kind of really great development. I think i think the pandemic Brought to light the significance of the frontline worker and leader on the significance of hr and how much they deserve a seat at the strategy table because it it had not been for hr navigating through this notre organizations may not be able to have the the the appropriate to the pandemic in for the frontline leaders. I mean i you said it perfectly. Just the significance of them has been so so important but in from an organization perspective. Think about this. You get the highest turnover at the front line right annual award of times. The reason we leave a job is because i've relationship with his our relationships with our boss or values their lineup without the organization. Now here is a cost reduction strategy. Investing you'll frontline leaders ryan you'll be able to reduce turnover because they'll be able to have the tools to lead effectively. Oh i cannot underscore that enough. And i know that these are some of the reasons why you like working leader allergy. But i want. I want to go back and underscore something you just said that the hr leaders need to be at the strategy table. And i have heard this in my own corporate. You know life. And you know from what i know of other peers in. Hr professionals is it many times. They are pushed out of that room and they are left to develop people but without having a say in the strategy. And that i. I think there's nothing like a pandemic to make people say. Oh you know what our hr people are really important. But let's talk about this in terms of something. I heard this morning. Actually on the news about how Unemployment rates back to what they were and even lower than pre pandemic in you. And i am actually marisa walden overtly raji. The three of us were talking the other day about this war on talent and hung one hand. People were thinking. Oh people are out of a job. Now we're having this crunch and people are really going to have to compete for the best and brightest. So how does that figure into what leader ali doesn't how how you come alongside companies.

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"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"This is to participate but shame really gets in and then it starts it's entrenched in our society and it creates they will so and so like you said they have to be recognized as a leader to speak up and lead. No they don't they could be child but then also then it gets ingrained in our work environment. And that really is the work of leader allergy for you guys to come in and help. Hr and learning and development professionals help bring this like this freedom across the organization. So that you can you know. Take what's ingrained That is not working in their environment and undo it so tell me a little bit more. About how leader allergy does that. What what what are the conversations or even you know. What are the different things from coaching to. You know to real you know. I don't even know 'cause. I i don't know exactly what you know how you would go about doing such a massive thing which is basically changing an entire organization from the inside out. Yeah it's transformational. And that's why i love what we do lead urology because it has a great chance of impact so you mentioned coaching. That is the very real way that we provide the truth. Is that you know. There's always this saying that Coach strategy for breakfast and leadership can eat coach for lunch. And so what that means is that it can all start with leadership if you don't have to wait for the i Committee or The the belonging committee or the council at the top to help create that culture. All creating davis team thought and and in all of that people belong at the table to share ideas and we'll start with leadership he can start with leadership on the front line and The way we go about it is sometimes it is with our. Hr business partners and clients bringing this aid to help coach a executive who is about to Take on a huge span of control and requires Some leadership thinking in practices and systems that they can anchor their behaviors to In in in creating that psychological safety just by how they lead in the act of leading rather than something that they apply at hawk. And we also do that with our programs. So we have programs for anywhere from frontline or the way to You know the vp You know high. Enterprise level lead is to the c. suite and so in our programs as well where you're always creating this caidos conversation to say at our organization given all organizations dna What is it that we can be doing to really bringing the leadership culture and values that we need to see and believe it or not a i would say ninety nine percent of the times it all applies towards critic culture that promotes that that safety openness and The authenticity that these leaders want to be bringing that their best south and so.

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"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"With me today is k. Bassey she's a chief strategy marketing officer over at leader allergy. And wait till you get a load of some of the things that they're doing over there. But i will give you full disclosure. Kanai your friends yet. So we're gonna have a good time today but you know how. How great is it when you have very very smart friends who are great colleagues but let me tell you what she does over there k. Actually provides counsel and insight to leader the executive team and she drives the marketing and strategic direction of the organization. She is really good at catching that idea insane. How can we execute this. How can we make this a reality. How can we get what we do really in front of the people who serves best so that requires of course big picture thinking but it requires execution and obviously you can see why she our friends because everybody has a great marketing idea but then you actually have to do it so kate. Welcome to ponderings from the perch. anki priscilla's the to be here. Thanks for having me. Well you and. I could talk forever about almost anything that we really connected with each other over one fearless leader that we were listening to and before we even start into some of my questions you know i. I love the group that is leader allergy. Just some absolutely amazing amazing and inspiring leaders. And i don't say that very lightly but tell me about the one person that you identify as that fearlessly authentic leader that you would like to emulate. I think that will give our audience really a taste of who you are. This is a big question right out the bat percents. I'm not gonna make this easy on you. Just because we're i. I can see that you know what the interesting thing is that At the time a fatal the authentic leader that inspired me wasn't a leader and a lotta times. They're not right. It doesn't mean that formerly recognizes leaders. They are individuals. Strong individuals courageous brave individuals. Not without fear who who step in step up and for me. It was Malala yousafzai she get. I think i've shared this with you in the past as well which is a she at a young age was a big for education gals education and it is a. It's it's very something very close to. My heart is something i really am passionate about. I think that the more education and knowledge we can give to our youth. degraded the impact when our world the greater chance of peace the greater the chance of innovation and thinking and betterment and you know when you remove half the population in you reject them from education disproportionately so. I think that what malala did in such a young age to stand up for that In a war torn country Against regimes was incredibly brave. And she i know that she had fear but she leaned into it and so my personal belief is that we should always be in the constant movement of learning We were built for that from a young age to develop and learn and absorb information. And so i am going to kill the day. I die and it's it's something that's very encouraging that she did full for all humanity. Oh i love it. And the thing is i think this is why we connect so well and why. I connect with your leader team. That's their meterology is because it is always this very very safe space to learn. I think it is totally fine to come into a room without ego. That and i. I appreciate that so much i can feel it. You know when when i walk in. And i also know that when you've been around someone who not only loves to learn but also expects to be taught i mean there's there's really no there's no limit there so let let's dive in. Let's talk about what you're doing and let people know a little bit more about you. So obviously this this idea of fearlessly. Authentic leaders is something that is very much intertwined in the ethos and then the approach In an all the standard operating procedures over it leader all agenda but you work very closely with these leaders. And i would like to hear from you after this very very trying year very trying on so many fronts. What what have you seen emerged from these leaders. What have you admired Now i think that's a that's a great question. And even you'll setup in terms of it's not around our ego it's being famously. Authentic is not a practice of arrogance. Right it is not saying okay. You can kill. Trump lump it. This is who i mean. It's more practice of knowing who you are knowing where you need to be. It's being authentic about that. It's being fearless about that. And i'm not sure about us cost but i know for damn sure that twenty twenty has bred a lot of famously authentically created this discord where we have to step pin into that acuity With courage you know and humility in in in the midst of this chaos. What we still was lead is that good took charge. They were bowled They were genuine with what they knew what they didn't know. They led us through that ambiguity And they let us through the chaos they. They a lot of leaders. That were That i found to be sent. He reached into the professional personal network to help navigate through this. Like this was something that the world was experiencing together but corporate america will had not experienced something like this in the i don't know if ever had and so especially Hr client partners. I mean the way. They leaned into their networks. They way they listen to that. Apple was remarkable. And i think that. Not like i mentioned again nordahl famously. Authentic leaders have been formally recognized to be any roles so i felt that finished authenticity. T actually came out in downs during the pandemic. But i also know that. It can't thrive without psychological safety. And i think there's more room in cooper american for that. Well tell me more about that. Because that's something that we've not talked about on this show before. And and i think that's something that's easily said and just glossed over and like okay. Yeah okay people need to be safe at work. What do you mean by that. The and why. Why do we need more of that. I think you know psychological safety sometimes can become somewhat of a buzz word and there. Is this also fear around. Would caution around the word safe. Can you really promote food safety. Psychological safety. I think is really important when it comes to thriving fearless authenticity. And you know. I'm going to geek out with you. I i so forth All of the seizure gotta go way back. And i'm going to take you to newton's law like newton's no of attraction says for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Well same goes for the attraction between psychological safety and sales authenticity. We've found specially leader allergy. This is our leader. Allah jews law of high performance. If you will and it says.

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"basi" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"basi" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Upper left corner, but it's an ad it somebody using that hashtag to shove their business in your face. And frankly, That's why I don't follow Hashtags or, uh, Frank. That's why I'm disengaging so much with social media period. I just don't give a damn anymore. I don't wanna be advertised too. And I love love, Love, Love Love the new Apple update that came out That prevents these companies from tracking me. Hmm. Like that's the main reason why I downloaded it Day one and have been dealing with all these bugs. The past week is because They force companies. To ask you to track you, right? Okay. This is sort of like signing a separate, You know, TLS basically exactly like If If Facebook wants to track me, they have to ask me and by default, Apple says, no, You're not going to track our users. Really, really like that. I like the ability of being able to say a word around my phone and not having a friggin instagram ad pop up for three hours later. Yeah. Not like this. Time's workload would grab your phone and say a bunch of random things and do it to suit going to add, you'd end up with cat flavored pizza or something like that. E thought it was pretty good, though. And, uh, that ad popped up for, you know. Kitty crocks e don't use but soap. I don't need this. So on the on that new update where Apple makes all these third party used third party app. So whatever, Get your permission. Did you read apples? Terms of service? The full terms of service. Hell, effing. No, I haven't read one of those. And probably a decade. So how do you know that? Apple basically didn't tell the third party. Hey, he's ours to track and ours alone. Well, Apple does ask you if you want to be tracked. It says Hey, Would you like to share data with us? I always say yeah. Go for it. I always say no, just because I don't want to Sorry. Tough. I say yes. Because look, I look at it this way. I know I'm gonna be force fed ads because things things that are free are you know it's costing somebody something, And for me, it's going to cause my eyeballs a little something, you know to scroll. On my timeline. I get it The same thing that you know, here at the radio station. This is free. This is free content. But It's not free to produce. That's what we have ads but the amount of quality content that you get out of radio though to me, and this is biased, obviously, obviously, cause I'm On radio thematic quality content that you get out of the radio to me is far more than you get off of Instagram or Facebook. It's like Absolutely I can. You're gonna make me scroll through 20 different ads just so I can creep on what my ex girlfriend's been doing over the past couple of weeks. Is it really worth it now? I mean, sometimes I mean, maybe when I'm lonely, huh? You guys Excuse me after the scroll some, but I know you do. You've got the time man. This is not worth it for social media from any more for a lot of stuff. You know, I'm I'm with you. As far as the you know, Don't you know, unlike the contract, and it gets my permit? This kind of stuff at the same time was like, Look, I'm going to get mad. Models will be an ad for something I might take an interest in as opposed to something I really don't care about. So I always I'll usually opt in on that be like that's fine. Give me track me go for it. And I am not the hide. And on top of that. Even if I did have something to hide. It wouldn't matter. The NSA the CIA, you're going to get into it, no matter what my terms of service agreement is with apple. So whatever I might as well get a good, you know. Ad for something I'm actually interested in apples like new business model, I think is kind of veering towards like a Service based kind of thing. Like if you buy one of our laptops, there are phone or smack that will look out for you. We got your back. We ain't gonna let nobody tracked you unless you want it or not, Your lady one track you except for us. You are our commodity. That's only if you're okay with that. I got there. They didn't update on my apple TV at home. And the first question is, Do you want to send information? Apple? No, I'm good. Thank you. I don't need y'all seeing that I'm watching, you know. Lonely, asked Netflix four in the morning. By myself. See you just thought that the company name of Netflix was just Netflix. But now that the full name is Lonely, asked Netflix. The original version that Alfie clearly subscribed to for decades lies this guy so obsessed with Star Trek deep Space nine all of a sudden, and he really liked going out into the void. You really hate ads. Again little hypocritical for somebody on the radio. But at least you call it out, though, and, frankly, our ad content I'm sorry, is effing different and better than a lot of add content on social media. I'm sorry that you're going to get entertained, listening to a Rodney Anderson spot. More than likely, you know, I mean, there's gonna be something there that that that Was is a hook for for some sort of little personality thing or something like that, as opposed to the fourth or fifth different Athletic apparel company trying to sell me shorts made in China. I'm good. I don't need those with us. So you never know what's gonna happen during a spot? Yeah. I want to see if cloak and pronounced the latest, you know. What's what's one of your advertisers right now. Hello? I don't have one right now. Oh, I want to see if cloak and pronounce his name during his ads. Spent. So long as I said, my real name the other day like I was on the phone with someone and they were asking me, um, trying to pronounce my name right? Like they say, Did you get it right? And I'm like It took me a second. I'm like Yes, actually, I think you've got it right there Trying to say the full full version, Chlo. 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"basi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"basi" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"It just. We talked about eastern europe. It's more of a stereotype. Were talking about mental. Training may be something that they could. That can count you as not normal that you're not a normal person in so some people may be shied to admit that i'm really that type of person that thanks to much. I need to work on mental preparation more than somebody else because the end of the day to me. I see basketball developments as if we're talking about development over player. I see for key for keys. One as basketball skills to basketball tactical skills threes physical skills sports performance including a diet to just died in training in four. Is the mental preparation part. So for some people Right when you were when you start doing sports for some people. Mental preparation is not a problem. Because you know they're players that a team and i'm sure you have some of those that were one player is thinking too much and you have to talk a lot with them while the other doesn't really care he missed ten shots enro- you'll definitely should be eleven any. He won't be worried. Oh man if. I miss this one. He just pulling it and so to me. This is only one of the important things if you as a player if you can figure out which which of those four which you need to focus more then you can get you farther in your basketball career of a. It can do so much for the un ambassador you so much for coming on because this was honestly amazing. I mean just the last few weeks. I've learned so much you just kind of pretty. It haunted video A thinking about all the lessons that you've learned through your whole coaching. Johnny is so inspiring and kind of thought-provoking Thank you so much for coming on with the thanks for listening to gen z hoops. Make sure to follow like and subscribe on instagram linked and all major social media platforms at gen z poops. You can fill in and subscribe on apple. Podcasts spotify youtube and every other podcasts platform on the planet. Get ready for the next episode..

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"basi" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"To think about the future and not to worry about the past in. This would be the one that i would definitely recommend to the players. And also the coaches who are trying to improve their mental game in the other one will probably be The way peaceful wear by then millman. That's another book that of recomend especially to players because it just shows you how important it is to be in the moment. That is right now in the secret with me was into in two thousand thirteen. I learned about way peaceful warrior. I read the book. I understood how to be understood that it's important to be the woman. But i didn't know how to get to that to that spot when you're when you're right now when you now focusing on the future fast and only three years later when i figured out that book an athlete guy to mental training. I figured out the tools that could help me to be in that mental stage. Were focused on what's happening now. So if there are two books that i can re- all mental preparation players or the coaches. It will be the wave peaceful water. And natalie's got some mental training. You so much for that. And i'll definitely have both those books in the show down below for listeners to check them out on. It's incredible to think about special could be made in nineteen eighty five being that mental performance. It's such a hot topic recently. It's crazy thing that someone was thinking about it thirty five years ago. I'm really i. I would have thought that that would be the that wouldn't have happened. But it's great to think that at least some people were thinking about that stuff back then because you always hear about stories about how it saw. It was always kind of struggling in not really. Appreciate it as much until just recently in one thing that i liked about. That book was an even now me going through a lot of books. Mental preparation in there definitely five books that i love about most of them are not nine giving you the exercise is giving the drills or you can do and so you basically you beat about other stories utah where people are talking about the moments were talking about being right now in your trying to figure out how you can get to those positions trying to figure out just by yourself in just lucky that i found that book from nineteen eighty five because he had practically applications were. I would understand. okay. I gotta do this. I gotta do that. I gotta do this to help me to get where i'm at because there was even i can even go through one of the drills. I won't go through the first one that i did. Because that's basically one of the drills that's always mentioned when people asking me in interviews the other one was When you're at the free throw usually in you talked to philippi in had book on the free throw shooting When we will talk with him you would say that free throw is just a game within the game. It's a free throw game within the basketball game because you have so much time you have eight seconds at the line and an eight seconds. There are so many things that can come up in your head where you have to learn how to calm yourself down in in just simply make a shot and so it was the same for me in mexico when you get the free throw line or maybe he defiled you go. The team will call timeouts. You go for time routes in your thinking only about shoot two free throws in some games will be outside Oh man. I'm about to shoot two free throws on men it's windy. Oh man what i gotta do and you just have so much to so many thoughts in your mind in that gave me one simple breathing exercise. Some simple breathing techniques. That could help me focus. Just focus on what you can control. Where is going to be focused on what you can do on your instead. Are the ballgame in in the basket and so the drill was pretty simple. You just stand where you are you have to rethink your nose for three in. Hold it for one embryo four four. So it's three one four and let numbers. I figured out later. Those recent numbers came really really different is based on your physical state in. I remember sometimes even before the game when it's warm up and we had a bathroom right across right across the gym in so There's warmer minutes before the game. I feel that. I can control it. Twelve minutes before the game on shaky again. I would just like. I'll just run to the bathroom disclosed the door. Just be like meditating for one minute. Because if i do that on the court people will be like crazy. What's what's happening with. If i just went to the bathroom. Act that i needed to go to bathroom in like. They're they're in the bathroom for one minutes quarter. I feel confident. Already focused unfocused moments. It was just one of those simple drove the real help get that available wherever people think. Take the time meditate niagara to going. You're going to play a great game. It's awesome thinking about about all that stuff. What will last thing. I'm curious because everyone whether it's the narrative of mental preparation. That you just set of people look at you and saying what is this guy doing. What'd you say that which we would you say the basement people get wrong when it comes to mental preparation that when you talk about it they of maybe scoff said really. It's that important. What do you think that they kind of. Undervaluing it too much that you really would hope people such a wake up on and see the value in it. I think it may just be the stereotype win. Especially we talk about european countries. That is to stereotype. That are you an athlete. You're strong you don't need wind. You need the somebody toward to help you with mental preparation. Are you out of your mind or would are you sick and.

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"basi" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"basi" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Podcast. You'll learn from professional players coaches and executives from all over the world and see the court in a brand new way and now joining you. Courtside your gen z. Housed john harder. Phyllis john good to have you. I mean good to be on your used to be inside. That used to being in my chair and yeah all the time all the time. But nobody's so excited to have you on. I mean we've been awesome into over the last few weeks. I'm in the global size basketball class and really excited get dive into all the things we've learned in all the things you've been up to. Yes sir impression. About spreading out the knowledge out experience that i had in what learn from the other coaches in from other players. Awesome so just to give my listeners. An idea about you. Can you kind of walk us through when you first started getting into his whole and two basketball coaching like for you. I was playing junior pro in russia in a new the the only way for me to advance employees in professionally will be to go to space to go to college. Because i'm five ten five eleven. At that time. I was not a great shooter. Actually i was terrible shooter in so if you have someone on best size we cannot shoot the ball. There's gotta be something special for the coaches or agents in russia. Who would be interested in me in. So i knew if i go to states that will always be an opportunity for me to train extra in so it will help growth in so by the time i got to college i was already twenty two twenty one in by then i was only training allots in by the time i started playing professionally. I was always trying to do either some classes or either kleenex. For the whenever. I had a day off or maybe take one or two young players who would plan in junior team war who be playing on the same protein. But maybe they're like six years younger than we starved. Kind of mentoring them. Because this was something that I wish i had. When i was playing just could have someone who i can come and ask the questions. It just all started from the snowball to a point where by the time. I was finishing up playing in ecuador back in november. Two thousand sixteen already. Had maybe ten professional flirt. That i'm in so after i came from ecuador are already had an offer from one of the players was rehabbing after acl injury and he wanted me to be his personal coach for the next couple of months to make sure i get back on the court within the same season osman once you got to the states that all kind of working more with individuals more teams a look like for you. When you first got here. You eat as a coach as a coach so i was working as a personal coach for aaron jackson. He's a two thousand sixteen year league champion he has been he. He's been playing overseas on yearly glow for the last ten years or so in this year. He's he's actually taking a year off or he might be retiring. a measure. Hopefully not yet. But i was with him. During seasons and so in season would be in china because he was playing for beijing ducks in during the offseason. He lives in tampa florida. And so i would travel to florida to make sure we're still working during the off season. He's still getting not only prepared for the season but also improving at work. He can director for sure. I'm curious when you win. When you're doing all this what do you how do you do you. Invest in. Motivating these guys. What what is your key when you have all these different players from all these different levels too. It's not just a pure from all over. how do you find. It's best for you to try. Motivate them in the best way you can meet doesn't really look that that difficult because once he said the goals up once you show the ghosts to each of the players in usually the goals are pretty high. Everyone expects to play in the next level. Everybody wants to play in the league national team or nba. And when you show the goals and you talk to player okay so if you wanna do if you wanna place year you have to do this. And this and this is talk with one of the younger players. He's sixteen and i'm telling him okay if let's say you're still senior next year in college and you'll have for years in college. I mean your senior high school. You'll have for years in college so it gives you five years in in five years. There are still chances for you to make it to the nba. Even if you are going to be undrafted or if you're going to be sixty big or you will sign through exhibit ten but these five years that you have can either increase the chances that you already have or decrease in so five years sixty months and if you take one small step everyone month out of sixty in wall even count the day that out of those sixty months that are just plenty of opportunities that you can see daily and so when you give details to player. He or she really understands okay. That's really what i'm passionate about. I'm ready to embrace the challenge and go one hundred if now danny means the first who will help you. That's great and thinking about how you plan and doing all that and actually before we get into everything with you and all all all the ways in which train your players. I'm i'm curious to give him an idea. What what's your role with with global stars basketball. The class kind of what. You're doing their meeting coach fox That all broke out. That will happen. So i met nick when i visited. South bay practices already three years ago while time at time really flies in so we just had a conversations in he was saying that us interested in international basketball in the he was thinking about during camps and we figured out that we had the same mindset growing the basketball culture in just helping. The kids have health and the national kids to come to. Us to maybe go to college. Maybe playing high school in vice versa. To the american ones learn more about different basketball cultures in the world and so us having the same mindset. Would you decided to create a global stars basketball. And i camp that we did actually only did want so far It wasn't austria in two thousand nineteen in. I didn't know there. It was all nick and the other coaches. But that's those. That was the first camp that we did in. Obviously last year would do nothing because pandemic but we still have plans for this year. Hopefully we can cover up a couple of the country's.

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Secret of Stonehenge Builders Revealed

SPACE NEWS POD

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Secret of Stonehenge Builders Revealed

"The Micronesian of these people from Anatolia to Britain. It was just a part of a general. Massive expansion in about six thousand BC that introduced farming into Europe. And before that Europe was populated by small traveling groups, which hunted and gathered so they gathered up wild plants in the fished for shellfish in hunted wild animals, one group of farmers followed the river Danube up into central Europe, yet, another group traveled west across the Mediterranean, and the DNA reveals that Neolithic Britons were largely descended from groups who took the Mediterranean route and the hug the coast and hop from island to island on boats in some British groups had a minor amount of ancestry from groups that followed the Danube route in there's DNA evidence from early British farmers the found that they closely resembled Neolithic people from Iberia, which are mostly in modern. Spain Portugal on these farmers from were descended from people who made the journey across the Mediterranean, and they traveled north through France, and they may have entered Britain from the west through whales or southwest England and these early Neolithic migrants to Britain have introduced the tradition of building monuments using large stones known as megaliths, and that's Stonehenge, and that's part of the tradition from these people. And when these farmers arrived in about four thousand b c the restore groups of western hunter gatherers, but DNA shows that the two groups didn't really mix very much in these Neolithic farmers completely replaced British hunter-gatherers apart from one group in western Scotland where the Neolithic inhabitants had elevated local ancestry in that could have come down to the farmers group. Simply. Having greater numbers in the others. Doctor Tom booth who's a specialist in ancient DNA from the natural history museum in London said we don't find any detectable evidence at all for the local British western hunter-gathering Sestri in the meal lick farmers after they arrive that doesn't mean they don't mix at all. It just means. The maybe their population sizes were too small to have left any kind of genetic legacy, and these Neolithic farmers had probably had to adapt the practices to different climatic conditions as they moved across Europe. But by the time, they reach Britain were already tooled up in well prepared for growing crops in a north west European climate. And they also analyze DNA from hunter gatherers that time where those skeletons was dubbed cheddar man whose skeletal remains have been dated to around seventy one hundred BC he was study of a reconstruction on. Unveiled at the national history museum last year. And if the DNA is correct unlike most other European hunter gathers at the time, he had dark skin and blue eyes, but the Neolithic farmers were pale-skinned with Brown eyes and black or dark Brown hair. So the Neolithic people from IBM brought over the tradition of giant rock structures. So that's where the Stonehenge came from mystery solved. They weren't put there by aliens. There's no reason to be contacting outer space to figure out where these things came from. It was from Neolithic people from Anatolia, which is modern day Turkey, and then they moved to Iberia, and then they reached Britain in about four thousand BASI, those people built stone hedge.

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Secret of Stonehenge Builders Revealed and Moon Water Droplets

SPACE NEWS POD

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Secret of Stonehenge Builders Revealed and Moon Water Droplets

"The Micronesian of these people from Anatolia to Britain. It was just a part of a general. Massive expansion in about six thousand BC that introduced farming into Europe. And before that Europe was populated by small traveling groups, which hunted and gathered so they gathered up wild plants in the fished for shellfish in hunted wild animals, one group of farmers followed the river Danube up into central Europe, yet, another group traveled west across the Mediterranean, and the DNA reveals that Neolithic Britons were largely descended from groups who took the Mediterranean route and the hug the coast and hop from island to island on boats in some British groups had a minor amount of ancestry from groups that followed the Danube route in there's DNA evidence from early British farmers the found that they closely resembled Neolithic people from Iberia, which are mostly in modern. Spain Portugal on these farmers from were descended from people who made the journey across the Mediterranean, and they traveled north through France, and they may have entered Britain from the west through whales or southwest England and these early Neolithic migrants to Britain have introduced the tradition of building monuments using large stones known as megaliths, and that's Stonehenge, and that's part of the tradition from these people. And when these farmers arrived in about four thousand b c the restore groups of western hunter gatherers, but DNA shows that the two groups didn't really mix very much in these Neolithic farmers completely replaced British hunter-gatherers apart from one group in western Scotland where the Neolithic inhabitants had elevated local ancestry in that could have come down to the farmers group. Simply. Having greater numbers in the others. Doctor Tom booth who's a specialist in ancient DNA from the natural history museum in London said we don't find any detectable evidence at all for the local British western hunter-gathering Sestri in the meal lick farmers after they arrive that doesn't mean they don't mix at all. It just means. The maybe their population sizes were too small to have left any kind of genetic legacy, and these Neolithic farmers had probably had to adapt the practices to different climatic conditions as they moved across Europe. But by the time, they reach Britain were already tooled up in well prepared for growing crops in a north west European climate. And they also analyze DNA from hunter gatherers that time where those skeletons was dubbed cheddar man whose skeletal remains have been dated to around seventy one hundred BC he was study of a reconstruction on. Unveiled at the national history museum last year. And if the DNA is correct unlike most other European hunter gathers at the time, he had dark skin and blue eyes, but the Neolithic farmers were pale-skinned with Brown eyes and black or dark Brown hair. So the Neolithic people from IBM brought over the tradition of giant rock structures. So that's where the Stonehenge came from mystery solved. They weren't put there by aliens. There's no reason to be contacting outer space to figure out where these things came from. It was from Neolithic people from Anatolia, which is modern day Turkey, and then they moved to Iberia, and then they reached Britain in about four thousand BASI, those people built stone hedge.

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Soaked Southern California braces for more rain from intense storm

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

01:23 min | 5 years ago

Soaked Southern California braces for more rain from intense storm

"Are listening to arizona's morning news here's what's coming up a very dangerous situation right now near los angeles the austin serial bomber had more violence planned an american icon may disappear from the grand canyon now with our top story here's jimmy wes the national guard has now been deployed in southern california with a so called atmospheric river expected to dump several inches of rain over the next several hours ktar jim cross is live with the latest jamie overnight low a little bit the storm picked up before dawn and like reliving a nightmare for people living at montecito strong storm hits the region today and tomorrow this expected last again through sometime friday night twenty one people were killed by mudslides two weeks or two years two months ago i should say abc's con kenya where whereas in santa barbara right now geordies clearing out basi getting ready for possible debris to come down the hillside taking out more than fifty thousand truckloads in advance of the storm these next few hours are absolutely critical no national weather service los angeles says they're very concerned about this storm other hoping this isn't a cry wolf scenario where people just poo poo they say what they're calling for but rain's getting very serious right now over in southern california live in the news center jim cross ktar news it's eight thirty two here's detour dan in the ktar traffic center.

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