18 Burst results for "Behmen"

"behmen" Discussed on Hello, Lovely

Hello, Lovely

08:05 min | 7 months ago

"behmen" Discussed on Hello, Lovely

"Make decisions you're confident and stop beating yourself up so let's get started. Hello lovely. what are y'all up to. I just finished lunch. And i have about five different cups on my desk. You'll do that so fun. I've got a coffee cup water. Cup salzer sparkling grapefruit can. I've got a hot cocoa cup so many beverages all from today. Listen i gotta stay hydrated but when he all up to this week has been a full week of coaching clients and also slowing down to enjoy the day to day more. I have really been focusing on this a lot. So for an example. While i was cooking yesterday i made sure to smell every ingredient so i was making some pasta with some chicken sauce and but doesn't sound good chicken solids red sauce with chicken in it and i was making a greek salad and i just. I smelled the onions. I had like some jazz music playing. I smelled like the olives and the white wine that i poured into the sauce and just really taking time to soak that all in have gotten into the habit of rushing through stuff. Like whatever you're doing. I feel you happens to me all the time. It has become a habit that i wasn't even aware of for awhile and rushing can feel super important like i have to get to this next thing like even with cooking dinner and i've been making it a practice to slow down and enjoy the work. I'm doing whether that's cooking washing my face my workouts all of it and it really doesn't even take more time. So if you're out there lovely and you're like oh. I don't have time for that one offer to. It's not even more time as much as exchanging the experience you're in so overall smelling the ingredients. I was cooking. Probably took maybe thirty sixty seconds longer. And so i'm kind of taking the time factor out of it and just being in the moment it makes things so much nicer you know especially because the lies we live nowadays. We are accomplishing a lot of things. Through the week and that kind of rushing to the next thing like wherever you're at like rushing or thinking about the next thing can take a lot of the joy and relaxation. Honestly out of everything. You're doing so last night after doing that. It felt like my meal was extra tasty. 'cause i didn't rush like i didn't like shove the pasta in my face and when i washed my face i did the same thing i thought. Oh why don't i slow down here a little bit and wash my face like really take the time to just enjoy it so i did the same thing. I smelled the lotion. I slowly massaged it into my skin which my skin feels super soft this morning and i could hear the lotion. Go across my face and skin. Okay so if you had a facial if you're lovely and you've had a facial and you're listening to this you know exactly what i'm talking about like when they start putting that moisturizer on or they start like washing your face with the soap and you can hear it being applied as they massage your face with pets. It was like and i realized in that moment while this is one reason why treating myself in going out for the spa and those experiences feels so good is because they make you slow down and listen we will get to the topic of having your back today. But i just want to catch up and share with you guys. It's it's been a little minute since we've had a little chat but they make you slow down so like for example where we go for a facial we plan to drive there and be there thirty minutes to an hour for someone to cleanse our face wash our face moisturizing so we are almost forced without force to slow down and i gotta tell you slowing down to wash my face even something. That simple makes a difference okay. So here's our topic. Today is have your back so let us talk about what this means in the sense that when i use it here in this topic having your back means that when you set a goal or when you have decided something is important to you and you're going to follow through and do it be your biggest cheerleader. Be one of your biggest supporters. It is easy to do things when things are going as expected and you feel positive but in the moments of life when you don't feel like it having your back is huge okay and like let's just face life for what it is. Life is a fifty fifty. We wake up every day wanting it to be happy all the time. And it's not. This is not an episode downer. I promise you but just one in life to be happy. All the time is taking away your joy because fifty percent of life you'll feel positive and fifty percent of life. You won't because things happen in life. Now listen the way you approach life inches to think about it can give you an overall net positive experience. Stacey behmen says just absolutely the case but let's just acknowledge that sometimes we're going to be anxious. Sometimes we're not gonna be motivated. Sometimes we're going to be confused and not wanna do things that we actually want to do. Okay so let's just acknowledge this because it happens okay. So for example some warnings you may wake up get the day started and you feel infancy free and you get up and you just get right into the day. There's like little thinking about it and it's just there you go but when you don't like when you wake up and you don't feel that way don't view that as a problem expect it expect that half the time you will motivated half the time. You'll wanna do it later and prepare for that in advance by having your back so i'm going to give you a couple of ways to do that and explain what that means that. Even some ways. That i do this i have my back so having your back can look like deciding to do it anyway. So talking to yourself to say like so for example you wake up not feeling that you like. Oh maybe later at talking to yourself to say i'm doing this. It's worth it great job. I've got you literally saying this to yourself. Listen sometimes our mind is filled with thoughts. Like i'm tired. It's not working. I can't do it and what's the point. Having your back is a full on challenge to that. I've been trying to think about this week. How to articulate. Hell i do this for myself. On days where i wake up in the first thing i think is. I don't wanna like seriously this happens. This is where having.

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"behmen" Discussed on Hello, Lovely

Hello, Lovely

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"behmen" Discussed on Hello, Lovely

"So good holding. Your breath is something that happens without our awareness so in combo with the pause taking a nice deep breath brings your emotions down enough to think as stacey behmen would say when emotions are high intelligence is low so three now that you have the pause and breaths as many as you need acknowledge this is acknowledging what you think your actual thoughts in your head. There may be a lot or you may go blank right. So you've just softened with the breath so pick one. What is the one thing you're thinking right now. That feels the most important and then notice that in your head. that's what you're gonna acknowledge. Four feel what you think the actual thoughts in your head produce your emotional response going to say that again. What you think produces your emotional response. That means once you acknowledge what you think. You're clearly notice what emotion you're feeling step. Four is feel that reactions aren't the same thing as feeling there's how you feel and what you do. Those are two different things right before you pop into a response or action. You're thinking and feeling something. Let that feeling process in your body. There's no pressure to respond immediately as an action. And you may choose to say or not. Say what you're doing and it's always an option you could say something like. Hey i need to think about this for just a second. Then notice where you feel tingles in your body like what you actually feel in your body. Do you feel pressure in your head tightness in your throat. Slight headache it's o k. It's just you and you for this moment. Feel it and brief okay. So let's go over those again. One pause to breathe three egg knowledge for feel. Take this four step process with you anywhere. I use it daily. Whenever i felt confused or any emotion that was uncomfortable and after some practice it was more automatic and now it just feels so automatic. It's rare very rare that i'll be surprised by emotions or stuck and confused and even when i do 'cause i'm human. It's not a problem. The four step process is at the ready. it's also repeatable. It never has to be one in done sometimes. Oil need is an intentional moment to go through the process once and you'll be clear were you can do it again. Doesn't take long and it's not about the time anyway. It's about the value being clear before you make a decision or whatever you're gonna do. Decisions will be simple after the four step process so enjoy and share with me. All the juicy dietz of how you used the simple process and the beautiful difference. It made free every time you practice it. You'll get better and better and maintain more clarity and klom for a longer period. No matter what emotion you feel you come back to yourself. Check-in give some attention and love and beautiful. Things happen just like any other friendship. And if you're not in the six month program yet why not. Let's go lovely. He'll develop the skills to support your mindset. Feel your feelings and remember who you are. It makes a four step process. Just a part of how you respond in your life and helps you be comfortable in your skin. So go to miss chrissy williams dot com and start your private sessions with me by booking a free clarity call you guys so much. Have a great week levies. Hey lovely if you want to be more confident on the outside half the start on the inside. If you don't take time to create an amazing relationship with yourself it will show up in every other area of your life. If you feel stuck or don't know how to be yourself. I invite you to work with me. One on one go to miss christie williams dot com and sign up for a free call to join my six month program that's m. s. c. h. r. I s. t. i e. williams dot com and. I'll see you in session..

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"behmen" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"behmen" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Be behmen etcetera so that simplicity allows us to continue to build long term partnership with ourselves to that simplicity and our sharp focus on community has been there from day one for for example. Both we do have to stop there kind of cut out there. But look minnie's. I think there are a lot of things that went right and something went wrong to stay tuned to the stock. That's the only thing we can do. Many schaja posh mark founder chairman ceo. I thank you for coming on the show. Thank you for having me actually op midlands back after the break jaws chill chill man is in the house. He's happy binding around is coming up when bad bunny returns. Ira and then the leading renters are. Are you ready. Get in your mic. Michelle how're you doing. I want to talk about my talk. Zillow dallying twenty percent for the year. It's doing quite well. Actually think is. He's leveled by with more rate so low. Anything jim in your jam. Jim how you doing today. I am doing well. Thank you how about you doing good. Just can't wait to beat this virus. my stock is I is vile haven pharmaceuticals. This morning i had a migraine could beat the fan. And i said myself okay. What's going to see me. I put myself a new attack. From bio haven. Bad boy was going and fifteen minutes. Do you think. I don't think the evan isn't the best buy i know. Somebody downgraded yesterday. They never had a migraine clifford. Colorado quell jim. Cramer angry man. How you doing. I'm doing well how about you. I'm doing well sir. Thank you i am calling about tickers. Eeze lightning voters. I think you had it. That was the game. Yesterday was one in the being yesterday or not be in at all manual in florida manual. Got since we are taking my call. So i noticed basis crowded but with earnings coming up. What are your thoughts on sumo logic. Oh my god you said and our viewers you're smart that is crowded space in the world. I'm tired of cloud based management and analytics. You see finally finally finally went up and up anyway. I like snowflake in that area. Let's go to fill in tennessee. Phil jimmy jail for tom. Plus home rock and roll tennessee. Indeed so much talk is a infrastructure as that just recently joined the russell three thousand. I wanted to house the. Ats is had a.

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"behmen" Discussed on Hello, Lovely

Hello, Lovely

07:07 min | 11 months ago

"behmen" Discussed on Hello, Lovely

"That is already been sitting in my mind fifty fifty. It's not one or the other live is fifty fifty at my max moments when there's no more space for information to go in and sometimes i don't even wait till i get to that place but when i'm in that space we take the broker so for today's episode. I wanna share the emotional principles. I live by and teach my clients and many of these. You may have heard before and some may be new for you but all of these really just help to not necessarily prevent advice overload information overload. But really just because they're such principles that you can live by. Everyone is so different. Life is fifty fifty. That using these principles takes you away from feeling like there's rules for emotions. So here's the most powerful part to take away from today. They are principals not roles. You're going to experience emotions circumstances and those experiences the way you feel them based on your past values experiences dreams losses hots the way approach. Things will be different and sometimes very much the same as others remember. It's a fifty fifty life we live. This is the mindset strategy women's shoes while working together with me because you can be flexible and consistent. There's not always just one gore way to do things are brain tries to argue otherwise. But there's not it really live a fifty seven. You can be tired and you can do it anyway. You can change your plans and still be on track user just like very small simple examples but the principles matter more than the very detailed specifics. We can have specifics. And then sometimes we don't need specifics. It's fifty fifty so as you practice and get to see how the principles work with your emotions. Not restrict them. You'll live with an overall net positive experience and a quick s here in a shoutout to stacy behmen who is one of the first coaches. I hurry use that term. There may have been other coaches who have before. But i learned it from her inherited from her. I love it. Net positive experience net positive. Really represents what we're going for. Emotions are fifty fifty positive part negative. We're actually getting ahead of ourselves of the principles which will get to a minute. But this isn't a problem in itself that emotions are fifty fifty part positive Negative it's part of our design. It's part of how we're built just like a battery. If you try to cut off the negative part of the battery not gonna work so using the fifty fifty mindset strategy along with emotional principles you optimize the health of the experience net positive. None of what i'm going to share today is medical advice. Because that's not what i give. That's not what i do. I'm not a doctor or a therapist. I m a life coach and help. Women live with more joy using mindset and emotional principles. Okay all the juicy goodness being said. Here's some of those principles. I wanted to share today on this episode one. You can feel emotion. That's a principle whether it's positive or negative you can feel any emotion may feel big or small or pleasant or delicious or not good at all. The principal is you can feel them to. Emotions are fifty fifty part positive part negative like a battery that is a principal. Positive isn't good and negative isn't bad. They are all emotions even the perfect man that came to earth experienced emotions that we consider negative. I find this fascinating. It reminds me that were humans and not a robot. Some of those emotions were grief. Pity sadness anxiety. Not all positive. Three being happy. All the time is not the goal. This is a principal. Sometimes we guilt ourselves. Because we're not happy when you stub your toe. You don't wanna feel happy. You wanna say. I'll hurt you. Don't go around going. Yeah hey i'm so. Happy is the bitel when your pet dies. Do you wanna be happy. No you wanna be sad. Miss them grieve. Same with the people that you love. I don't want to be happy. When someone i loved is when i'm grieving i wanna to grieve and get that out. So the principal being happy. All the time is not the goal is a principle. Because sometimes you'll want to grieve i. You'll be so glad you can do that. And not be forced to be happy which leads to principle number four. You can be positive and negative at the same time. Remember it's a fifty fifty so they'll be times when you lose someone for example for this principle sake you lose someone you love and crave and have moments of joy and laughter. This is not a problem. This is nothing to be ashamed of and this experience is going to be different. Someone else you can be positive and negative at the same time that is a principal. Let that experience be your own five. Your thoughts create your feelings. This is a principle. Our brains are like little thought machines that initiate feelings in the body almost picture like a coin going into the slot in the brain. Being thought. like kitschy much. The thought is in your brain and you think it it produces feeling. This is an extremely simplified description. But hey let's keep it simple when you think something you will feel something. This is a principle feelings are not limited to circumstances which is why people all over the world will feel differently about the same circumstances why their thoughts are different. And lastly for this episode six. It's okay to cry and that self explanatory. That's an emotional principle. That i teach in the by. It's okay to cry now. This is not an exhaustive list or all the emotional principles but this is a nice overview as a guide for example on six. If you feel like you want to cry about something go ahead. Lovely no roles. No apologies for crying..

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"behmen" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"behmen" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"The civil war up front. I know what i mean. I want to say i bet there were tons of just like sixteen year. Old kids pressed into service shirt to both sides of the war. That didn't have an opinion on it but showed a hex is old yes around a homestead and he was totally cool clam those ranks. I'm just saying. I don't wanna hear what he was. I mean actually. I do kinda want to hear what he was doing before he said doda. Burn in the hospital the lion to happen before these For those first five hospitals were fine. But the six one here. This is too much turn ball. I am a slaughter and children by the hundreds not nurses look. Don't you want me to go. Burn down a church or something. Six hospitals is it makes sense to the seventies dukes of hazzard as well like you know what i mean like. I don't know man like bone duke. Behmen may not be racist but their car. Sure bums the fuck out of me dude. Yeah like. I'm glad that car can do all them. Cool jumps and whatnot but just like i dunno change its name and take that fucking flag. What can do some cool jumps fucking. Dixie burned it. The other guy from dukes of hazard has a movie out. Oh what is it called. I'm gonna full this up johnny knoxville. It's about heritage. I never saw that remake of ood dude. I got a bad annoying story about that. Go for it not really much of a story but it was a thing where like when that movie came out of the multiplex. I was projecting and the day the night before when you like made. Sure all the prints that you put together like played right through the platter system and everything this newbie projection is totally fucked it up and there was a thing not the right place and the hall print was just like totally scratched like opening day for this movie so it was like all right andrew. We have to figure out like how much of this movie is actually scratched. I had to sit there and watch the entirety of that dukes of hazzard movie from the projection booth while also keeping an eye on the print but looking at and it just was totally destroyed so the only time i've seen that movie there were like between ten and twelve black lines just through the entire. The print was completely. Cancel the showings or no. We just put thing where it's like. We we needed like an emergency prints and it costs like fifteen hundred dollars like we got to find him to replace. It was the whole thing honestly. It might have made that movie better daily. Something to look at. That wasn't the movie. I was looking at all the scratch. It's called christmas cars. John schneider directed it and wrote it. Where an a down and out actor Much like john. Schneider tries to sell miniature versions of like the general lee with the confederate flag. And everyone gets really ups. The liberals get really upset about it hitting playing this actor to is it's plain stars instead of most likely out just a poor man up payments on my three houses and seven cars. It's not my fault by most famous thing had the all over. Also use it. Smallville spy out just like you know what you were part of something. People loved it at the time. I sure it's time to move on and just don't talk about it. It just so nuts that we have an amazing that ten years this movie would never be made. Now we we would. We would dodge the confederate. Or what you could. You could just not talk about the confederacy at all the old west. He's a cowboy. He's fighting cowboy because again like you know to reference the a d short the that we talked about on a ad he ate wherein the fucking confederate hat fuck and. He's just dressed like a cowboy. Sure what was the pain of their. You know it's funny. Bring up. Helen wheels again. That show starts with the confederacy angles. Well yeah similar this and then like after the first season or something like they can't let us talk about he's a he's a different guy he's he's he's grown as garrick wild west. There's no war. It's not only and also have lance radic. Do this should be like a pillow. Talk line with like mega fox. She's like well. I know you hate the slavery and boy that would be something but it's very obvious. Atlanta custody like well. I'm cool with it audience. what about you though. That's exactly what it is like. It's a black character saying it's like he's cool. That's the audience should be cooled jonah hex also because he's cool. He's cool man. Yeah he's cool. He says that he's going to take his sons to dc to celebrate the fourth of july. Which is the thing which i guess turns out to be the target of one quinton. Turnball dun dun dun. That's where the most feeder gonna be. Gotta be there. Tarintino jerks off at marathons not barely get some leg. Work a lot of leg. It's gotta be the good student you sitting on the ground right at the finish line man. It's not insult jerk off. Whatever you would totally man. i didn't know fucking apparently. Thirteen is the ceo doctor. He's dr scholl himself So joe heck's busts finds turnbull's lab or whatever and discovers his plan and this is where he gets into michael bender the first time this lot. He's got like flaming guns. Which are sort of those are things. They're like flaming arrow claudia. Or that's sort of. I guess it's something it's it's supposed to be really by the time you're at this point in the movie. You're desperately trying not to watch it. So yeah it's like okay. Maybe it was fighting against each other. You yourself for a lot of it because even the action is not good. It's not even are bad and like it would be one thing if you got like an arrow in the head or like something fun but now it's like oh no yes that one over there is dead all the way over there is also dead. Go are if you're gonna do this movie like there's no point in making this thirteen. Nope absolutely no. And this is where kids are like. I love jodi. heck's definitely not long live the confederacy maybe some yeah But this is where it was really bad like blocking and how they do this whole thing. Because it's like the first time malkovich in brolin like their characters and karen a movie and it's like john. Malkovich is way the other end of the hall. And he's not facing and he just sorta turns around no real line literally just walks out of the frame and then other dude start fighting. I was like wow what a confrontation john. You're on the shot john john. You're on a shot. Sorry just gingerly walks out of the way with the stupid knows on for something all right. I'm gonna kill you. Yeah i think one of these one of these takes line cut. It's in there You just say jonah hex right there. That's that was the line. I'm sorry john juice to say line. Noise said wine. It's a character thing. Shut the fuck. We're not doing it again. We got us. He's yelling at the camera with a with a goblet has had whiny midday john I am the director. I know that. I have on anything. Other than cartoons. But aren't i supposed to be saying no. I say when i feel satisfied. I say i have a special contract. They didn't tell you this. You know i run this. I have what they call zero effort clause and it gets into a fight with michel foucault. Better fuss shoots a the chest and this is the part where the movie literally goes to sleep for a little while. I can't believe this. I can't believe we're looking at right in eighty minute movie He rides off the desert to die. the crow indians. Find him again. Errors big.

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"behmen" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"behmen" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"I always liked that. She invited our friends to be with us. So offense could come with us on holiday and it was very wise. Move of her because she didn't have to entertain so much because we had friends on holiday. So we've always the household even though we had didn't have the biggest flat. We've always a place where people would come. Yeah that's have loads of kids in the sofa. All the time people could always come for dinner and they always felt very welcomed. So i think that was a super smart move and it was the same in my household even when i was prime minister would come home and just be like loads of kids in the house. I mean seen ages everywhere having a nap and one so for sitting at the table. And i will come in and having done something really important. I would think that that was important in some kids would be asking me held. You know where the ham is something like that. So it was always like that and i found so much i mean happiness in takes you down to the earth immediately when you come in over that threat to open the door and they ask you read things and it's so fun so much fun and so grounding no one laugh. Hey it's rachel behmen. Check out my new album cycles. Now on spotify..

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"behmen" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"behmen" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"behmen" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"behmen" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"Podcast is my guest Pete Newell. Pete is a nationally recognized innovation expert whose work is transforming how the government in the US and other large organizations compete and drive growth. He's a retired army colonel. He's CEO of the MNT which is a Palo Alto based innovation consultancy and early stage incubator that helps solve some of the hottest real world problems in national security in state and local governments and beyond. Pete. Is also co author with LEAN STARTUP FOUND A, Steve Blank of heckling for defense an academic program toward it forty plus universities that teach students had to quickly solve critical national security problems while performing a national service. Prior. To joining Behmen, T pay was director of the US Army's rapid equipping force charged with rapidly finding, integrating, and employing solutions to emerging problems faced by soldiers on the battlefield. In our discussion today pit talk to me about the idea of practicing risk taking in a safe environment to learn about the value of failure. Which talked about moving from a product centric to a problem centric mindset. And Pete explained the art of discovery the best way to get over your fears and test your ideas. Without further ado, let's fly into the hive and get the buzz from Pete Newell..

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"behmen" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"behmen" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Watchmen is was worse for you because it just had all the intellectual baggage of like trying to adapt something so good and this is more like kind of playing with house money because the source materials a little bit lighter a little bit. You know just kind of a pulpy fund thing. So there's less you know the the there's there's the bumper rails are on the bowling alley for this and Yeah Yeah Yeah. Exactly. And I do believe. That measham green is probably better than the author of this book because I've seen me chagrin previous stuff like underground and that was pretty watchable and I've read excerpts of the original novel unlike watchmen right? Think behmen lindelof watching suffers from two things. Allen Moore is a bona fide genius. He's probably one of the few people who is a legend and somehow still underrated at the same time like and. He's so above the class Damon Lindelof in a way that I think the writer of lovecraft country is not above the class of Michel Green but also on top of that mission, green I think takes yourself a lot less seriously. Yes. Whereas they Melinda live on top of everything. Seems to think he's appear of out and more, and it's so unearned. Not Arrogance. Or things that he's better than. Yes. Yeah. Yes. But you know I it's it's this. It's this thing. Now we're like through through prestige. It's sort of like we're going to to teach our a broader read white audience about you know things from America's past they're like Oh did you know what the black the Wall Street massacre was and like they're trying to see these little references into into lovecraft country in the same way to sort of create brought a revenue resonance. But also this idea that watching TV is intellectually nourishing and wholesome thing you will. You will be made better or more educated about the world you live in like you know through these TV shows. Educating you by giving you some type of insight or analysis, but it's educating you just by saying, Hey, did you know this existed? Know this exists it is for them not even info them because even in for them I can respect more. It's more pointy direction to the your own Info Dot. It's like outsourcing the INFO dump to the to the reader like here's six bullet points now go research is his homework or Even, the proper Info dump you know so it's young it's just like It's sort of Kismet that we We had to been the original episode because some time has passed and I wanted to bring up like in the intervening days since then I know I, know. You were falling this. There's this whole like pseudo controversy sort of character of the day on twitter of that like the X. Warren COM com's guy. Found it was satanic and I felt like that was like a mini like he created his own episode of lovecraft country on twitter..

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Payments & Voice with Peter van der Does of Adyen

The Voice Tech Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

Payments & Voice with Peter van der Does of Adyen

"Let's move onto the topic of voice payments then I know the idea doesn't handle voice. Payments directly rightly by. Did want to ask you because you're an expert in the whole payments industry. What your thoughts around voice payments are you excited about it in any way? Do you think it helps the potential due to offer some kind of benefit to the ecosystem at the moment. So let's go one step back wide. Do people talk suddenly about a second factor authentication. It's because calls. There's a new European regulation PhD to Behmen Service Directive and that the second version And it says you need to do strong a small education and that means that you cannot just fill out your credit card details and you're done that needs to be a second factor and the second factor or whatever payment method. You use credit cards. What what could he? Second factor be in good B.. A Pin Code. Nick could be your thumb and being recognized by biometrics it could also be a voice right and As it turns out voice is a very exact way to detect. If you really are who you say you are Niger level but also by Interpol by the accent and it's really accurate and it's fight easy because everybody is interested in. How do we make sure to second factories and done in such a way that it doesn't impact version that people don't stop because you need a car reader? Enter cottages. More friction generates code to enter the code. That's way too much. Friction sure voice could be low friction but we wouldn't develop it. We make sure for merchants that if a bank has for example homemaking so you you want to pay with home-banking then it says identify yourself you too high. Despite her sees it's me and then it's authenticated that would be the bank who have the has developed the voice recognition system implemented something and we would make sure for our merchant run smoothly and the interrupt with attraction is is you provide the infrastructure that would pass with indication's arm and will too big theme. There is when is it needed unless mold ask for third authentication engage needed for that transaction. Newt selectively where needed right. I mean in the case of the delivery drivers the example you gave us before you're issuing them with a mobile APP with the virtual card installed on at do they also have to have a pin for the second second factor in that case because they've got the phone always the phone itself. The second factor phone itsel deregulation or not really standard usually. It's the phone is the second factor because you can unlock the phone. And then you can play with it okay. So in that case voice wouldn't necessarily add anything new but that's a user case where you are physically present and online where you have to pay into. Yes it's me. That's a typical user case. Brian Okay have any customers been asking about voice payments on their radar in order to issue a huge theme and we solved for a framework. That is very easy to heartiest do anything And and then there too complained so it gators for all of those ways of second factor. But I haven't seen a bank yet mid it could be there but I myself have never seen a a payment methods which did moment requires voice

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"behmen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:43 min | 3 years ago

"behmen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But this golden boy, the Dutch corporate scene was given something of kicking by Olivier von Behmen, a Dutch investigative journalists. When he published a book about the company's activities in Africa a couple of years ago, it publication caused a for raw in the Netherlands, and now a re edited new version of the book has been published in the English, language and English version. This version claims includes claims about Heineken how Heineken conducted its business during some of the worst political atrocities on the African continent. Well, here heinekens response in just a moment. And we'll discuss the difficulties of operating in politically challenging environments asking the question is it better to just bailout. I live here from Behmen told me what he'd found in. The course of researching his book in Congo. I basically founded the newspaper journalists were really on the side of companies, basically they were paid. By two companies to write great stories about how great Heineken was doing. But it was just a first trip. I went back there and in Congo. It really turned out. That's for example, when the president was just out of office, but Joseph Kabila when he states, for example in a city called Boma. There was no look serious hotel. He had no Philo himself. So he was invited directly to Heineken compounds to stay in a big villa? We didn't have to pay for debts and dead way Heineken really had a connection directly with the summit of the state some people might say, well, that's just good business is making the right contacts. Yeah. Yeah. But if a president is staying at your compound, and you're treating them nicely that goes a bit beyond just being nice Obama's also go and stay it. I think Richard Branson's Necker island. Not unusual is just one thing out of many as well, those are not just incidents. That's kind of what Heineken is claiming. It's we do so many things. Right. And we do. A few things may be wrong. And you're really emphasizing on those things. But after doing oldest research, I found out that it's bigger than debts. You ended up in Rwanda, didn't you? So what did you find in Rwanda in Rwanda Heineken had a monopoly in the early ninety s it was the only beer producer? There was first a civil war that led to a genocide later on during that civil war. Heineken radio was doing great business. People were so desperate that there were spending older money. I'm beer at beginning. Heineken did not talk to me for the first few years of my research Heineken refuse to speak to me. And then that changed actually in twenty seventeen when they were doing a nude is an English version of the book would come out and had interviews and during one of those interviews with the CEO in which a regional manager Africa's day started to talk about Rwanda themselves without me even asking unprompted. Yeah. Yeah. Day claims that Heineken had lost control of the brewery. They acknowledge it word our own employees, but they were radicalized employees and Heineken was. Not dare anymore for them even their regional manager Africa at the time, he wrote a book in which he actually said that there was daily contacts between the temporary headquarters, which was situated only few kilometers from the brewery, soda daily context between technicians of brewery, and the experts who were in temporary head office of Heineken Rwanda based in Congo, which was situated a few kilometers from the brewery when your book came out in Dutch in the Netherlands, one of the big things that a lot of parliamentarians in Holland focused on heinekens, credibly high-profile company in the Netherlands was about women selling beer, not just in Africa. But also in south East Asia. What was the issue that what did you find beer companies use promotion women to boost our sales? So these women go to bars, and they tried to convince customers to take the brands today are promoting that day and beckoned early two thousands in Cambodia. There was already. Scandal about those promotion women because what happened was there was a lot of sexual harassment. There were sexually transmittable diseases. Involve it was quite something and Heineken promised to do better at drew a policy and things would improve for these women. I found out that in Africa Heineken uses these promotion women as well. And the same problems, maybe even more which were already there in the early two thousands are still in Africa. And there's also a lot of girls who are tempted to go into prostitution after work because the pay is a is is pretty low, then not directly not by agencies generally earlier on they promised again to create very good circumstances for these women they promised, it's if we can't guarantee good working circumstances for two women by the end of June. We will stop doing those activities. That's what they promise when my book came out in the Netherlands in late March. So I went to verify myself in Kenya. If they kept their word is time, and it turned out at nothing has changed. I mean, it's all pretty damning stuff. I wonder to what extent companies are Heineken. They're damned if they do damned if they don't if they pull out their considered cowards, maybe even prejudiced against the country's at their operating. And if they stay in they are accused of all kinds of ferris activities. It's kind of a lose lose situation for them, isn't it? I think there's good case to be made in now a days Burundi, a small country in the center of Africa where Heineken is very deeply involved with current dictatorship. There. The judge who authorized the current president's to have a third term which was not constitutional now is chairman of the board of Heineken in Burundi. More and more enmeshed for as far as I know. I've never seen you called a lose lose situation. Staying there. They haven't lost so much Olivia von Dame and author of Heineken in Africa. Well, we put his allegations to Heineken they declined to give us an interview. Instead, they gave us a detailed written response. We got an active voice up parts of heinekens written reply addressing some of them Biman's allegations starting with his claim that journalists DRC were paid to write flattering articles about the Dutch company as would happen in any country in the DRC, we engage with journalists covering news related to our company. In addition, we sometimes pay per diem compensation for time spent covering our events. This is a common practice across the continent. That may be but it's not a common practice in countries with the tradition of a free and open press. But what about the allegation that Heineken allowed President Kabila to stay in its compound? And DLC we confirm that under strict orders from the Congolese government, President Kabila stayed in our compound in Beaumont on a limited number of occasions. We were given no choice in the matter, regardless of our wishes, we do not tolerate bribery or corruption at Heineken at any level. Our code of business conduct on which we provide regular training for our employees is very clear on that asks for them beamers allegation that Heineken continue to operate in Rwanda during the genocide and that killers there were fueled by beer and that it lost control of its breweries. When radicalized employees took them over the company says it played no role, and that alleviates claims are irresponsible and unacceptable during this time. A group of extremist Hutus took control of the brewery and operated without instructions or support from the local management team or Heineken. We cut off all supplies of raw materials and did not provide any technical or financial support. Throughout the conflict across the border in Goma in the DRC, we returned the Cassini brewery in Rwanda after the conflict, it was in disrepair and took a while to rebuild. We marginally broke. Even in one thousand nine hundred four in Rwanda where we saw a drop in profits of ninety eight percent from nineteen Ninety-three three to nine hundred ninety four. So they did make profit albeit a very small one during the year, the genocide took place, and what about Bombay men's claims that Heineken's promotional girls in Africa are exposed to sexual harassment and even the risk of prostitution when an allegation was raised regarding the safety of brand promoters, working in Africa last March, we took it seriously, and we introduced extensive revisions to our brand promoters policy in June two thousand eighteen and implemented it in full by the end of the year. We also commissioned extensive and in-depth independent research into the working conditions of brand promoters that prompted some soul-searching at Heineken. In the past several months. We have asked ourselves many questions, and Glenn too great deal. One of our dilemmas given that there are risks that we cannot fully control such as consumer behavior in BAAs has been whether we should stop working with brand promoters altogether. Another challenge is whether we can make a difference alone. If others do not follow these dilemmas do not have easy answers. But we have come to the conclusion the stepping out altogether would not drive positive change and would diminish working opportunities for promoters that leaves us with Olivia bombardments claim that Heineken has compromised itself political in Burundi by aligning itself closely with the president there and the government a government which earlier this month force, the United Nations to close its human rights office. There Heineken says that the Burundi state remains a majority shareholder in its subsidiary in Burundi, and as such retains the right to appoint members to the subsidiaries board, adding that irrespective of heinekens reservations, we do not have the legal power to oppose the nomination of the president of the board heinekens responses that claims made in alleviate on Damon's book, it all raises a broader question about how foreign companies should operate in politically challenging environments. Is it better to just bail out when things get charged and at what point does the potential reputational damage outweigh the commercial potential of staying put a question for Elise grew digs. She's a lawyer with doughty street chambers in Washington DC and a recognized leader in the field of business and human rights an area, which she says is increasingly in demand by the corporate world. It's important that business go into these owns to bring back economic development. But when a business decides to go into these owns they have to do extra to diligence what we call enhanced due diligence. They cannot go into the zones saying that's business as usual, and we're not going to be involved in what's happening around us were just going to focus on the business operations because since the institutions are not working at places extra responsibility burden and eventually liability on the corporations and investors as I said. Earlier are asking for this kind of extra due diligence more and more access to capital and Bank. Finance increasingly depends on responsible business conduct. I reported in the past on a big mining company in Indonesia, they were using the local military their own security force, and the and they were tarred with the same brush, they were not distinguished from the security local security forces as a company that is the risk that you run if you become very in meshed in a country's politics and its institutions, you have to you have to really I mean, see the red flags you have to do your prior to going in. You have to know who you're gonna be partnering with you have to do everything you can get some kind of social license to operate and create your own.

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"behmen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:50 min | 3 years ago

"behmen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Serving quantity. That from heinekens website. But this golden boy, the Dutch corporate scene was given something of a kicking by Olivier von Behmen, a Dutch investigative journalists. When he published a book about the company's activities in Africa a couple of years ago. It publication caused for ROY in the Netherlands, and now a re edited new version of the book has been published in the English, language and English version. This version claims includes claims about Heineken how Heineken conducted its business during some of the worst political atrocities on the African continent. Well, he heinekens response in just a moment. And we'll discuss the difficulties of operating and politically challenging environments asking the question is it better to just bailout. I though Bolivia from Behmen told me what he'd found in. The course of researching his book in Congo. I basically founded the newspaper journalists were really on the side of companies basically were paid by the companies to write great stories about how great Heineken was doing. But it was just the first trip. I went back there and in Congo. It really turned out. That's for example, when the president was just out of office, but Joseph Kabila when he states for. Example in a cynical Boma? There was no luxuries hotel. He had no fell from self. So he was invited directly to Heineken compounds to stay in a big villa? You didn't have to pay for debts and dead way Heineken really had a connection directly with with the summit of the state people might say, well, that's just good businesses making the right contacts. Yeah. Yeah. But if the president is staying at your compound, and you're treating them nicely that goes beyond just being nice Obama's also go and stay it. I think Richard Branson's Necker island. Not unusual is just one thing out of many as well, those are not just incidents. That's kind of what Heineken is claiming. It's we do so many things right? And we do a few things may be wrong. And you're really emphasizing on those things. But after doing his research, I found out that it's bigger than debts. You ended up in Rwanda, didn't you? So what did you find in Rwanda in Rwanda Heineken had monopoly in the early ninety s it was the only beer? Producer. There was I a civil war led to a genocide later on during that civil war. Heineken radio was doing great business. People were so desperate that there were spending older money on beer at beginning. Heineken did not talk to me for the first few years of my research Heineken refuse to speak to me. And then that changed actually and in two thousand seventeen when they were doing nude is an English version of the book would come out and had interviews and during one of those interviews with the CEO in which a regional manager Africa's day started to talk about Rwanda themselves without me even asking unprompted. Yeah. Yeah. Day claims that Heineken had lost control of the brewery. They acknowledge it word our own employees, but they were radicalized employees and Heineken was not dare anymore for them even their regional manager Africa at a time he wrote a book in which he actually said that there was daily contacts between the temporary headquarters, which was situated only a few kilometers from the brewery daily context between. Ignitions of brewery, and the experts who are in temporary head office of Heineken Rwanda based in Congo, which was situated a few kilometers from the brewery when your book came out in dot in the Netherlands, one of the big things that a lot of parliamentarians in Holland focused on heinekens, credibly high-profile company in the Netherlands was about women selling beer, not just in Africa. But also in southeast Asia. What was the issue that what did you find beer companies use promotion women to boost our sales? And so these women go to bars, and they tried to convince customers to take the brands today are promoting that day and Beck in the early two thousands in Cambodia. There was already a scandal about those promotion women because what happened was there was a lot of sexual harassment. There were sexually transmittable diseases. Involve it was quite something and Heineken promise, then to do better that drew a policy and things would improve for these women. I found out that's. In Africa Heineken uses these promotion women as well. And the same problems, maybe even more which were already dare inury two thousands are still in Africa. And there's also a lot of girls who are tempted to go into prostitution after work because the pay is is pretty low not directly employed by agencies generally earlier on they promised again to create very good circumstances for these women they promised that if we can't guarantee good working circumstances for women by the end of June. We will stop doing those activities. That's what they promised when my book came out in the Netherlands in late March. So I went to Farah fi myself in Kenya. If they kept their word is time, and it turned out at nothing has changed. I mean, pretty damning stuff, I wonder to what extent companies are Heineken. They're damned if they do damned if they don't if they pull out their considered cowards. Maybe even prejudiced against the countries that they're operating. If they stay in. They are accused of all kinds of nefarious activities. It's kind of a lose lose situation for them. Isn't it? I think there's a good case to be made in nowadays Burundi, a small country in the center of Africa. We're Heineken is very deeply involved with a current dictatorship. There. The judge who authorized the current president's to have a third term which was not constitutional now is chairman of the board of Heineken in Burundi. More and more enmeshed for as far as I know. I've never seen you called a lose lose situation. Staying there. They haven't lost so much Olivia Bombay-man author of Heineken in Africa. But we put his allegations to Heineken they declined to give us an interview. Instead, they gave us a detailed written response. We got an active voice up parts of heinekens written reply addressing some of them Biman's allegations starting with his claim that journalists in DRC were paid to write flattering articles about the Dutch beer company as would happen in any country in the DRC, we engage with journalists covering news related to our company. In addition, we sometimes pay per diem compensation for time spent covering our events. This is a common practice across the continent. That may be but it's not a common practice in countries with a tradition of a free and open press. But what about the allegation that Heineken allowed President Kabila to stay in its compound? And and DLC we confirm that under strict orders from the Congolese government, President Kabila stayed in our compound in Beaumont on a limited number of occasions. We were given no choice in the matter, regardless of our wishes, we do not tolerate bribery or corruption at Heineken at any level. Our code of business conduct on which we provide regular training for our employees is very clear on that asks for them beamers allegation that Heineken continue to operate in Rwanda during the genocide and that killers there were fueled by beer and that it lost control of its breweries. When radicalized employees took them over the company says it played no role, and that alleviates claims are irresponsible and unacceptable during this time. A group of extremist Hutus took control of the brewery and operated without instructions or support from the local management team or Heineken. We cut off all supplies of raw materials and did not provide any technical or financial support. Throughout the conflict across the border in Goma in the DRC. We returned the brewery in Rwanda after the conflict, it was in disrepair and took a while to rebuild. We marginally broke even in nine hundred ninety four in Rwanda where we saw a drop in profits of ninety eight percent from nine hundred ninety three to nine hundred ninety four. So they did make a profit albeit a very small one during the year, the genocide took place, and what about Bombay Biman's claims that Heineken's promotional girls in Africa are exposed to sexual harassment and even the risk of prostitution when an allegation was raised regarding the safety of brand promoters, working in Africa last March, we took it seriously, and we introduced extensive revisions to our brand promoters policy in June two thousand eighteen and implemented it in full by the end of the year. We also commissioned extensive and in depth independent research into the working conditions of brand promoters that prompted some soul-searching at Heineken. In the past several months. We have asked ourselves many questions, and Glenn too great deal. One of our dilemmas given that there are risks that we cannot fully control such as consumer behavior in bars has been whether we should stop working with brand promoters altogether. Another challenge is whether we can make a difference alone. If others do not follow these dilemmas do not have easy answers. But we have come to the conclusion the stepping out altogether would not drive positive change and would diminish working opportunities for promoters that leaves us with a Livia bombardments claim that Heineken has compromised itself political in Barundi by aligning itself closely with the president and the government a government which earlier this month forced the United Nations to close its human rights office. There Heineken says that the Burundi state remains a majority shareholder in its subsidiary in Burundi, and as such retains the right to appoint members to the subsidiaries board adding that respective of heinekens reservations, we do not have the legal power to oppose the nomination of the president of the board heinekens responses that claims made in alleviate on Damon's book, it all raises a broader question about how foreign companies should operate in politically challenging environments. Is it better to just bail out when things get charged and at what point does the potential for reputational damage outweigh the commercial potential of staying put a question for Elise grew digs. She's a lawyer with doughty street chambers in Washington DC and a recognized leader in the field of business and human rights an area, which she says is increasingly in demand by the corporate world. It's important that business go into these owns to bring back economic development. But when a business decides to go into these owns they have to do extra due diligence. What we call and hence to diligence they cannot go into these bones saying that's business as usual, and we're not going to be involved in what's happening around us were just going to focus on the business operations because since the institutions are not working at places extra responsibility burden and eventually liability on the corporations and investors as I said. Earlier are asking for this kind of extra due diligence more and more access to capital and Bank. Finance increasingly depends on responsible business conduct. I reported in the past on a big mining company in Indonesia, they were using the local military as their own security force, and the and they were taught with the same brush, they were not distinguished from the security local security forces as company, and I suppose that is the risk that you run if you become very enmeshed in a country's politics and its institutions, you have to you have to really I mean, see the red flags you have to do your analysis prior to going in you have to know who you're gonna be partnering with you have to do everything you can get some kind of social license to operate and create your own safeguards,.

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"behmen" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"behmen" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"It was I was trying not to get wrapped up in the whole, you know, at a new Japan show. But I'm really just kinda watching a, you know, a so Cal show right aspect of it. I mean, I one point. I was like gosh. Because once he hit the main event, I was like gosh, it really does feel like. The first half of new Japan show, and then never got to the second half Ohka. 'cause I obviously none of the Japanese guys could get there because nobody could visas because the government shutdown. Yeah. But that being said main event was a hell of a match they had a lot of time juice, and and Finley verses, Trenton and rocky. Yep. How out of Tyler Bateman look Tyler Behmen, look great. He had a great match with Gresham, right? Yeah. With Gresham who had never seen before. But you've read all his books. Read all his books at one point. He did have Bateman in the pelican brief. And I was like, you know. Oh, that's what I was gonna say. I realized all those guys and gals. We know were sitting right in front of me. Oh, yeah. Because at first I was like, I was like, oh, wow. They got the couches set up differently. Okay. The room was set up slightly differently than PWG, you know, 'cause they came out from the stage. They had the stage setup. There's no seats over there. Okay. And then the couches were kinda kitty cornered in front of where I was I was standing right in front of where the men's room stairways, and there was just velvet ropes in front of those couches. So I was like, oh cool. And then towards the end of the night. I I realized like Brody came over and sat down. I was like, oh, oh, there's Heather and Bateman and okay, budget them. What else yet Bateman match? I like they gelled together. Well, Cabana had a great, man. Yes. Who's that? Big that big, right? I didn't know who he was. I looked him up. He's from ring of honor. I actually watched last week's ring of honor show. Okay. Since we are we are narrow in the honor club. We are in the honor club. They have less videos up there than I remember. Yeah. I don't know what the story is there. But when I'm hoping for is like we'll be able to watch the Crockett Cup maybe on there. Probably because I started watching the Jericho cruise that's on there. Okay. And all in is on we we should probably fly to Vegas tomorrow for the pool party. The big AWS ticket announcement at the pool at the MGM. Don't you think do you think we can make it in time a couple of flights on southwest more warning and get our get our swimsuits how how expensive do you think? It would be. I bet we could do it for. Four hundred bucks total. I mean that normally southwest flight out of Burbank, you know, in and out of eight especially during the week. Do you think we need to have a room at the gym or crash earn around? I think we the parties in the afternoon. I think we turn around and fly straight back. Vamp? Vamp? Matty. Doc like, I went to get coffee. So Cabana was in. It was I liked Cabanas match. Because just the little story that it told of let me look up the guy's name because he was on ring of honor the ring around TV was pretty cool, you know, villain incorporated surprises. I believe enterprises when not incorporated, their enterprise enterprise rental were scheduled to wrestle. What are they the kingdom? Then the kingdom was like now, you're not going to wrestle us. And then they wound up wrestling a team, featuring cheeseburger, and some other fuckers that I didn't know. It was interesting. Where is this? See I got there a little bit late. So I didn't see Shibata I guess he came out with an interpreter. Okay. Welcoming people welcoming people I caught most of the opening match with some dodo DOJ, Joe talent and..

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"behmen" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"behmen" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Rod who fucked up opening the stones time coming men have to set up. No. Yeah. He doesn't have fire. Yeah. He's like, I quit smoking. Even though the day before we see him smoking a cigarette. So so come out, it'd be a very let's be real. Behmen Mike that Mike is half. My cafe. New reboot where we blood vape smoke on the stones. Kula stones ever met? We talked on this little bit. But like Corbin spends the whole movie condescending to the woman he's in love with and we'll like end up with at the end left. Sorry makes no fucking it. Really? It doesn't need to be there even says like love, I don't know love. And he's like I'm gonna put my face on you again. And it's like bitch. That's not love. He just like remember when I molested you. Plus give it a second CHAI, and this time it works like his horrible because she's so tired. She's just this movie has beaten her down. This or die 'cause she's had to like bear the like emotional labor of like learning. What war is and like being the supreme being is like her Ercole where he's like, I'm wearing you. Right. But then he does. And that's how the movie I heard watching a war. Reminded me of fifty first dates when Moore has alertness two thousand five every day and she's like, oh, no Arnold Schwarzenegger's governing. That was kind of reminded me of. But yeah. Like, I think he's always like patronizing and condescending to her based on her. She doesn't have a great grasp of the English language yet. Even though she's had a day to learn it and his doing a pretty good job with what she's got what she knows what she doesn't knows very plot convenient, right to know everything. But she doesn't know anything that Bruce Willis contains her right? But then like, so I like trying to check into the flying Titanic. He's like, yes, they know what a fucking multi passes and like, yes. Like movie pass. He's like really mean to her. And then she's like, let's kiss. So. This movie is weird. That's my last comment. So weird. I don't know. If you still like it. That's fine. Yeah. Should we take some questions or comments from the audience? Does anyone have anything? They want to shed question common. They like to share. Oh, yeah. Come on up. I just thought it was funny that this is a movie very similar to blade runner. And also, very similar in the sense that straight white men love to try to explain it to you and help you understand. Why it's so good. But you don't get it meant his in the rain. He improv that scene. We we had someone else if you're gonna come up. What's your name? My name is Ben ashes real quick. So I noticed I just remembered that in Valerian actually, there is another both in this movie envelope. And there's a scene where a woman does a big song number in learn it's riana. And then does something to help out the hero. And then immediately dies to advance the plot. So my question is does loop Assan hate female singers. I think it was another thing. We're looked phones. Black wife was like just something for me, just brianna or like something. But even that one she's like, a comfort woman woman of the night and performing all of those things is how she attracts people. As though being Riano is somehow not enough. In space. It's weird. It's like you. If I also have the feeling that most of lupus oil stories were created what he was full teen years old. And so he writes women as if he is a haunted teenager, and that's a bad Friday. Oh, how gross would it be? If he was just like, oh, what's a younger version of my wife to be in this movie? But I wouldn't put up ask them. What answer your question? I think that lupus on doesn't respect women in and I think he loves the summit dance sequence. And he's like, what am I gonna waste? Amanda miss. Put someone in some hot pants. Yeah. Making prance for me. That's great. And unfortunate point. They do have any other thoughts. Anything? Yeah. Come undone. It's your name. My name's Katie. Hi, Katie when we were watching this movie. My question was they find the hand which doesn't look like her hand after she's made into a person..

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"behmen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"behmen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's a that's Joe Berlinger. The the great documentarian directed it, and it deals with how a talented manipulator Ted Bundy was as he strung along his two wives basically up to the point of his execution. Telecast, Jim Parsons, John Malkovich. Yeah. Lily collins. What's Malkovich like real purse? He and I do not have a storyline together. But. Time ago, but we didn't of it's a it's a sprawling story. And I'm not in his story. Got another film, the devil has a name Edward James Olmos directed. That's right. Martin Sheen's in it. You're in it to Alfred Molina the Davis earthern. Yeah. By the way, Davis thin in eight men out is one of the best baseball movies of all ties. Right. Yeah. He is a he's see Kat that movie. Yeah. I just went deep dive on you there. Very cool. Yeah. I love those intersections. Yeah. Yeah. What's your favorite baseball movie? More on that setter lead their own is up there, actually, just as you know, in terms of entertainment value as well as the best one. You know, to me, what makes what makes great sports movie are some of the lines that you can actually relate to and it can be used in any sport or can be used in any part of your your life. Absolutely. Yeah. So with hoosiers whenever I'm in a situation. That's different anybody's in the situation. The different I think of the scene where they measure from the rim to the floor for the free throw line of the baseline. It is same measurement just a different building Butler field houses, just a bigger spot. That's the the line from a league of their own. I think I'm gonna blow it now that I've said it up the Tom Hanks says if baseball was so easy, everyone would do it. Yeah. I think. Yeah. And you could basically say that about any endeavor and true. Yeah. That's terrific. It's hard to make a bait. I think of all the sports that you could make a movie about baseball is probably one of the hardest. And there hasn't been a truly great one in a while. I think that's tested to isn't it true. I don't know. Again. I read this that that the at the end of. Of the natural that Robert Redford had to basically practice throwing baseball. Spoiler alert. You know in in the field of in the field of the wheat, you know, that and I was told as well that P Diddy right who told us this that was supposed to be willing Behmen the quarterback from any day. Couldn't throw football football. I made a movie this is a little off topic. But I made a movie in Poland with Willem Dafoe about fifteen years ago and my dad, and I brought gloves and ball thrown in the cornfield. And all these big strong crew men over there like oh, it just didn't translate over there over their kid pull it off. Like, it was a great day of showing some people in the eastern bloc. How to throw a baseball by the way being able to start a sentencing. I I did a movie with willing to fo. And Poland is a perfect way to say that it was a bucket list thing. Celebrity true or false with you. If we can let's do it. True. Keeping it real. Four..

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"behmen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"behmen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"That's a that's Joe Berlinger. The the great documentarian directed it, and it deals with how a talented manipulator Ted Bundy was as he strung along his two wives basically up to the point of his execution. Telecast, Jim Parsons, John Malkovich. Yeah. Lily collins. What's Malkovich like real purse? He and I do not have a storyline together. But. Time ago, but we didn't of it's a it's a sprawling story. And I'm not in his story. Got another film, the devil has a name Edward James Olmos directed. That's right. Martin Sheen's in it. You're in it to Alfred Molina the Davis earthern. Yeah. By the way, Davis thin in eight men out is one of the best baseball movies of all ties. Right. Yeah. He is a he's see Kat that movie. Yeah. I just went deep dive on you there. Very cool. Yeah. I love those intersections. Yeah. Yeah. What's your favorite baseball movie? More on that setter lead their own is up there, actually, just as you know, in terms of entertainment value as well as the best one. You know, to me, what makes what makes great sports movie are some of the lines that you can actually relate to and it can be used in any sport or can be used in any part of your your life. Absolutely. Yeah. So with hoosiers whenever I'm in a situation. That's different anybody's in the situation. The different I think of the scene where they measure from the rim to the floor for the free throw line of the baseline. It is same measurement just a different building Butler field houses, just a bigger spot. That's the the line from a league of their own. I think I'm gonna blow it now that I've said it up the Tom Hanks says if baseball was so easy, everyone would do it. Yeah. I think. Yeah. And you could basically say that about any endeavor and true. Yeah. That's terrific. It's hard to make a bait. I think of all the sports that you could make a movie about baseball is probably one of the hardest. And there hasn't been a truly great one in a while. I think that's tested to isn't it true. I don't know. Again. I read this that that the at the end of. Of the natural that Robert Redford had to basically practice throwing baseball. Spoiler alert. You know in in the field of in the field of the wheat, you know, that and I was told as well that P Diddy right who told us this that was supposed to be willing Behmen the quarterback from any day. Couldn't throw football football. I made a movie this is a little off topic. But I made a movie in Poland with Willem Dafoe about fifteen years ago and my dad, and I brought gloves and ball thrown in the cornfield. And all these big strong crew men over there like oh, it just didn't translate over there over their kid pull it off. Like, it was a great day of showing some people in the eastern bloc. How to throw a baseball by the way being able to start a sentencing. I I did a movie with willing to fo. And Poland is a perfect way to say that it was a bucket list thing. Celebrity true or false with you. If we can let's do it. True. Keeping it real. Four..

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"behmen" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"behmen" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Surprised that do on his knees? Didn't even realize it was gone. Girth. Oh, it's an old pring videos guys. Like the ones looking hand. It's like what rain. She's like be careful with these make a lot of these things that people stage that that people on videos, they're they're staged yet kissing like this. She. Let's see here. A right. See what else we got? Yeah. People. Just just be sure that's all we ask him for. I I don't wanna see y'all. Get y'all's is one thing. They do do get shot down. Like I used to do in private. He's what away from you know, you of get over it a little bit quicker. You don't have to tell anybody about it. Because nobody saw it as man should. I turned her down. The one that story. Was that say you be the one to tell your story to let somebody else tell you. What did you say baby? He's is six oh, you'll get turned on. And you'll be like, yeah. We have sex all night long. Then I left her in the morning turned down what you would turn out. Yeah. That's what happened. That's the truth. Let's go to this next bit of foolishness right here. Very interesting topic to talk about this is going to be this is going to be some good discussion that we can have about this. And I'd like to get the pins of a lot of people here. 'specially you Behmen is, you know, of course, you're gonna throw your two cents in so guy walks into a big store and wants to some merchandise so far so far so good guy behind the counter tells him get the fuck out store. I'm not. Third. All I would say is this. We've been getting a lot of stories about these legion the doom members in applicants out there. You know, people call the cops on people people refusing people service people kicking people out of places. Out of and this one just throws me off. I never thought I would see one that would make me root for the other side. This is this is this is this is a win win. Some people probably heard about this case of the vape store tended in the guy with the Trump shirt. So here we are exhale for city in Tucker Georgia, and I've just been asked to leave the store. He greeted me. That was nice. I did find the item that I wanted. And the next thing he said was that he leaving. If you do not stop recording in my store, I'm going to call the police nasty lead. Now, please call the also that'd be awesome. Threaten me FOX five and all sorts of stuff. I'd like to I would like to purchase something. Here's please do. Call your boss because I will be calling corporate go for I am looking forward to releasing this video 'cause I just want to purchase something..

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"behmen" Discussed on FT Tech Tonic

FT Tech Tonic

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"behmen" Discussed on FT Tech Tonic

"It's called. Heal dot Talia dot IT. It's both in English this apple allow overtime citizens to manage their relationship with administration's you defer payments or for messaging or for archiving documentations on an app again starting from the citizen needs moving back. We're not starting from the law under rules and moving forward. So those are the three set of project will be working on. But I think the most successful for me as being the continuity, Mike was two years. I step down after two years, which very news politics to step down. But I was able to actually have the prime minister of print my replacement prime minister different premiers because by the way, we did it very fascinating mean why lost Rainsy who lost a referendum resigned. Three months after a joint. Then ahead a great relation with power Gentillon. But he was the prime minister at the end of term. And here comes the new government that sees me as. The appointee of the previous governments and probably their major desires to out as soon as possible. But with a lot of severance that was able to explain to them that digital transformation which said offended, very beginning has no political label every government wants it. And they pretty much able to get to the point that we're doing we're very useful for them to and they appointed successor that actually I indicate it. And now they weren't keeps going on because there's nothing like digital transformation that one government knows that another government will see the benefit you and your team. When known as the missionaries believe journals gave us that did you actually succeed in converting the government to religion. I was able to support very successfully those parts of the government really wanted to do it. But they don't have any support try to convince those that didn't see any reason for digital transformation. It's an incredibly hard job. And we didn't do that part because there is enough. Goodwill people in the government says I do believe in Egypt transformation. I want to do it. You guys helped me and that critical mass of people were keeping us very very busy. So our mission came in that way. But the mission is also in the fact that if you want to work for the government, you don't do that for the money, you do it because you want to really help the country. And in fact, the biggest issue found, and that's not just for the government. I worked with the UK government. Dude government digital service. We had the same problems to major issues the lack of skills lack of competence, the lack of human talent and overtime governments will need to find ways to attract talent is that a question of money. No, I don't think. So obviously you need to offer a decent salary, but you need to compete with the private world. First of all you can't. And it's a waste of time. It's more like building programs that would allow people like me to join. Government for a period of time. Let me explain a little better you may appear. There are two cycles of alive stage of person as soon as they graduate and at the end of their Currier, I belong to the ladder. But a lot of the people that join my team where either just graduated or been working for startups for short period of time, and they really wanted to help the government now if you create processes and mechanisms you can attract the speech eight work two or three years on this specific program. If you ask those people you wanna work for the government for all your life. Yes. There's probably no. But if you give it beginning, an end, and you really look at that as a mission, obviously needs to be within well described processes there is a chance to do it in. What ways do you think you improve the everyday life of Italians through achieved? Well, I think that's the most meal impactful is payments. Do you think about it? Most of our governments is paint and receiving money. If you are in the pension welfare. Behmen is huge these governments. Attrition tonight. Saw is not only you have to pay which on its own. Is there any, you know, negative vity, but you have to waste time in pain so making that easier it's something that you start seeing the benefits we corporated with many municipalities. The city of Milan is one of them. Introducing their payments system. For example. We did introduce it with the collection of their garbage tax..

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