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"bellman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Dell small business. I'm Stacey Lynn in Washington. It's the final days before the midterms and candidates in key battleground states are making their closing arguments. CBS Nicole Killian is in Atlanta, Georgia. Democrats are fighting off challenges from election deniers, including rising madness, dark Carrie Lake was called out by former president Barack Obama. The mob proceed as we know it may not survive in Arizona. CVS asked Lake about it. We have the rights to question our government and our elections. In Pennsylvania is a hotspot this weekend for campaigning, President Biden and former president Obama are rallying on one side of the state. Former president Trump, on the other. Meanwhile, the committee investigating the attack on the capitol has given the former president an extension to get documents to them. They were due yesterday, but he now has until next week. Political science professor Matthew Wilson. Pushes the time frame beyond the midterm elections, which is politically significant. There's no chance for any sort of bombshell in these last few days that might affect the midterm election results. Sweater is cleaning house just as new CEO Elon Musk said he'd do here CBS Christopher Cruz. Simon bellman says he was fired and he doesn't know why. I found that my work laptop was remotely wiped. Actually, it was business reporter, hope king. It's a mess right now inside of Twitter. Musk told investors that activist groups have been pressuring major advertisers to leave Twitter over his content moderation policies, which he says haven't changed. Twitter has been sued for the mass layoffs by employees who say they weren't given enough notice and that's in violation of federal and California laws. Volkswagen
"bellman" Discussed on WTOP
", it's the final days before the midterms and candidates in key battleground states are making their closing arguments. CBS Nicole Killian is in Atlanta, Georgia. Democrats are fighting off challenges from election deniers, including rising madness, dark Carrie Lake. They called out by former president Barack Obama. The as we know it may not survive in Arizona. CVS asked Lake about it. We have the rights to question our government and our elections. In Pennsylvania is a hotspot this weekend for campaigning, President Biden and former president Obama are rallying on one side of the state. Former president Trump, on the other. Meanwhile, the committee investigating the attack on the capitol has given the former president an extension to get documents to them. They were due yesterday, but he now has until next week. Political science professor Matthew Wilson pushes the time frame beyond the midterm elections, which is politically significant. There's no chance for any sort of bombshell in these last few days that might affect the midterm election results. Twitter is cleaning house just as new CEO Elon Musk said he'd do here CBS Christopher Cruz. Simon bellman says he was fired and he doesn't know why. I found that my work laptop was remotely wiped. I actually it was business reporter hope king. It's a mess right now inside of Twitter. Musk told investors that activist groups have been pressuring major advertisers to leave Twitter over his content moderation policies, which he says haven't changed. Twitter has been sued for the mass layoffs by employees who say they weren't given enough notice and that's
"bellman" Discussed on WTOP
"Com 703-815-5700 Good morning You're welcome I'm WTO Thursday morning may 12th at four 48 I'm thinking about all the aids and what it breaks good morning to rich under in the WTO traffic center Good morning dean good start 66 east bound out of haymarket all the way through roslin and the Roosevelt bridge no incidents in your way the overnight work on the westbound side picked up and cleared some time ago George Washington Parkway looking good between the bellman McLean and old town and even south of the bellway headed down toward Mount Vernon and Alexandria are also in good shape there as well That way between Alexandria and McLean looks good No issues 95 northbound from Fredericksburg up to the beltway in Springfield the express lanes available to Norfolk commuters three 95 north between the bubbly and the 14th street bridge also moving while unfortunately still have the crash investigation over in franconia not to mention that you also have a utility work there as well It was Manchester boulevard between Bueller street and silver Lake boulevard still closed as a result of the investigation also there was a down pole at that part of that crash Again the utility crew should be on scene there as well so especially if you're trying to go from like Kingstown toward the franconia Springfield metro give yourself some extra time over there as a result Over in Columbia still wrapping up the crash 29 Nord found north of broken land park by last check Still squeezing by single file to the left rich hunter WTO traffic Here are Thursday morning as starting off dry but clouds are quickly coming back into the area It'll be all cloud cover for today tomorrow and mostly cloudy all the way through the weekend but even.
"bellman" Discussed on WTOP
"Center dot com for details This ad contains real client feedback voice by actors Good Friday morning January 21st Welcome in to WTO P four 28 in the morning Driving whether all the 8 and what it breaks first to reach on her that I will do TLP traffic center I'd still work in on the beltway in Virginia and a couple of places first on the Ada loop just after Georgetown park to work some blocks a single right lane You get by without delay Also working on the in the as you approach the dulles toll road the exit to go westbound Again a single left flame blocked and that works and then the one that's been causing most of the head through the overnight the inner loop ramps to both the eastbound and westbound 66 remain closed by the work sound So as a result you're diverted a little further north to route 7 as a result So watch out for some slowdowns there as because that works in the still in place In case you missed that the crash on the interloop the ballet near I 95 in college park everything was removed to the shoulders manufacturing they may have cleared everything altogether so there's no leftover delay getting past New Hampshire avenue headed towards 95 in college park good news there as well If you're driving an I 95 the bowl and wash the Parkway as of late you're in good shape No issues two 70 south headed south from Frederick all the way down to the bellman Bethesda good start there Two long-standing crashes The first one St. Charles Parkway down in Waldorf reopened both ways between saint mark's drive and Marilyn 5 leonardtown road that crash investigation had been ongoing since the 8 o'clock hour last night that has finally wrapped up in clear two ten south after old fort road north also cleared from the roadway rich hundred WTO traffic Good morning it is a frigid Friday temperatures are down in the teens and 20s wind chills are close to zero this morning Layer up Afternoon's conditions will stay very.
"bellman" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"I'm very excited to have back on our podcast, a very popular guest by demand. My sleep doctor, doctor Michael Bruce, many of you have listened to past episodes. We'll put links in our show notes at Jim quick dot com, forward slash notes. He is the master of the power of when, which was one of my favorite books and his new book is called energized. Go from dragging, blank to kicking it in 30 days. Which he wrote with Stacy Griffiths, do as a founding instructor of SoulCycle and there's a lot of energy in that room also as well. You come back on the show, Michael. Thanks for having me big Jim. You know I love hanging out with the quick brainers. And talking sleep, talking brain, talking activity, talking success. I love it, and I love you, so thanks for having me back, bro. We've had you on the show, because you're so popular as a guest, talking to everything from optimizing sleep, how to fell out back to sleep, how do you sleep for recovery tool? Chronotypes, which maybe we could touch upon a little bit today. Now, one of the biggest complaints over the past couple of years is people suffer from brain fog. They suffer from mental fatigue. You know, we talk a lot about human motivation, having purpose, and small simple steps to make it easy for you. But you need that energy. So where do you start when we're talking about having helping people having more energy? How do you different forms of energy or so it turns out that there are actually there's several different forms of energy. So one of the things that we talk about. So let me back up. You know, everybody knows, honestly, doctor, right? And so it's pretty easy to measure sleep. You stick electrodes on somebody's head and you can measure sleep stages and cycles and all these interesting things. But how do you measure energy? That was kind of a unique idea for me. So I started to think, well, conceptually, how do I think about energy? And I actually think about it in multiple categories. So there's physical or moving energy. There's resting energy. There's eating energy with fuel and things like that. And then there's emotional energy. And I think the emotional energy category also encompasses what you guys are here and think about, which is mental acuity, how to do things more efficiently, how to be more successful mentally, how to have more attention, how to have more focus, how to read quicker, all of those things to get that good data in. We know actually some of those things can be energetic and some of those things can kind of drag you down. When we talk about how do identify you energetically, I came up with, as you might imagine, a little thing that people can take of a diary. So I have them look at their energy levels 5 different times throughout the day. We use a scale called the perceived exertion scale, which was made by bellman named gunner Borg. And this is a scale that's used during exercise. So when you're exercising, you rate from zero to ten, how much exertion or how hard it is to do something, which is kind of a measure of your energy. So many people suffer from fatigue. They say they complain they're exhausted. They feel burnt out. Are you seeing a rise of this? In your practice? Holy crap. With people? Yeah, there's no question. Honestly, this is such a great time to come out with a book about energy because so many people need the advice. I mean, between the advice that you share on these podcasts and the device in the book, people really have now got a great resource because let's be honest, this whole COVID thing is not going anywhere, right? I mean, we're starting to see more and more people and that increases that stress level and what does that do that affects your ability to focus, that affects your ability to sleep, and it really affects all of those abilities. You know, I wanted to double tap really quickly on that taking those breaks because one of the more interesting aspects of the book is we have a very unique session section on it. Stacey actually developed this section, not quite thoroughly on moving and movement energy. So if you think about it, right? So when a body is in motion, it has a tendency to stay in motion and when a body is at rest, it has a tendency to stay at rest. So we don't really want people to be sitting all day long. And unfortunately now, as you've already identified, a lot of people are stuck on Zoom calls and they're sitting all day. I mean, you're the one who told me sitting is the new smoking, right? So we gotta be up. We gotta be moving. We gotta be getting out and around. So here's the thing that we do. So you know those 5 times that people are monitoring their energy in the book. What we do is we flip it around on them and then we say those 5 times that normally you would check your energy now you're gonna spend 5 minutes during each one of those 5 times doing specific movements. So what we did, yeah, it was kind of awesome. So what we did was we took the four chronotypes, people remember those from before, Lion is the early bird bears in the middle, wolf is a night owl and dolphin is the insomniac and we laid on top of it body types. So I know I know, right? So think back to high school, right? Ectomorph. Those body types actually come into play when we learn more about movement. So when I was working with Stacy, she turned to me and she said, Michael, you know, for some of my clients, I can't get the motivated, but one of the things I try to do is I try to match their exercise with their bodies. And I was like, hold on a second. What are you talking about? And she was like, well, for some of my bigger clients, I don't ask them to do cardio right away because motivationally speaking, they fail almost immediately and doing something like that. And I was like, so you actually use body types. And she said, actually, I think I kind of do. So when we started to think about body types and movements, we actually did a study where we took 5000 people who had already taken my chrono quiz. We asked them to do the body type quiz and it revealed all kinds of new information about the chronotypes. So for anybody out there that's read my power of when book and learned about their chronotype, this is like version two of that because now we're adding in movement, which helps us sustain that energy. I'm going to tell you about the types of movement and then we'll talk a little bit about intermittent fasting because that's the third component for that fuel to go into the body. So the movements are really fun. We have 5 different types, and you do them for 5 minutes. To be clear, this ain't a workout, okay? This isn't something that's going to make you fit. This is going to be something that's going to give you energy. So the first one is called stretch. Kind of makes sense. You're waking up, everybody's kind of been in bed for a while, kind of stretch out all of the crotchety as my friend blond Rey likes to say, all of that stiffness and soreness that you might have from sleeping, kind of gets it out of you. The next three different ones are in different orders depending upon your chronotype, but here are the basic three. One of them is a shake. So you ever seen a dog when they get up? What do they do? Yeah. Right? They do that whole shaky thing, right? I mean, I just did it and I feel more energized. So it's funny to just shake your hands, right? Shake your arms, right? Shake your legs. All of a sudden, right, see? All of a sudden, it changes your energetic component. I was talking to a dog trainer. They said they'd do it also to reset their nervous system. That's correct. Well, they would give him a give him life, give him energy. Exactly, right? And so we know this is working in the animal kingdom. Why can't we take advantage of it in the human universe, right? The third one is bounce, right? And so what does that mean? Literally bounce, jumping jacks, skipping, that kind of stuff, right? Because what happens is energetically speaking, you getting off the earth for a second or two can be really helpful for you. Number one, it changes your equilibrium, which resets again, helps reset that nervous system again. So instead of going down that non energetic path, you've now changed your energetic pathway to do something that's more involved. And babies naturally do.
"bellman" Discussed on Borne the Battle
"This weird job and that weird job and they have a role in those things. It's not all like, you know, pipe hitters and trigger pullers, like we might assume. There was this will be in the archives by the time your episode comes out. His name is James. He's got as a complicated last name. So if you look through archives, you'll find it. And he was part of a task force. And I can't hit my brain right now, but it'll be an archive. He was part of a unit in East Germany as a secret like if World War three kicked off. They would break the break like the train tracks. Yeah. It was a camera. I pointed out to you when it comes out. It'll be in the archives by the time this comes out, but it's on the archive yet. Like you say, there's more and more units like that. You learn about and you're like, geez, that's pretty dang cool. So while you were in, give me either a best friend or your greatest mentor. Man. That is a hard, that is a hard question. I would say the biggest influence I had, he said, he's still in sergeant major Don Hernandez. He is actually the RS Dallas sergeant major. So if you're looking to join the Marine Corps hit him up, but it was a combination I think of his leadership style and also timing. I think those people who might consider themselves career so people I've made, I've made it. I'm going to stay in. They have this moment where they pivot. And for me, that was as a very senior cold pool. I was about to pick up sergeant. And he kind of came in with like that almost cliche tough love, like it was it wasn't, hey, you need to get right, like one of the first times, like I was a senior Corporal, so I thought I was the cat's pajamas. And I told my guys, the police call and we were in a rush and like, okay, now get on the bus. And I was like, hey, staff sergeant thumbs up. And he's like, oh, okay. He went and checked. And he's like, hey, come here, man, throw a gear on the bus. I want to explain the next couple and he literally took all the guys back and made me pick up everything that they had missed. So here I am like at the time in the Marine Corps three deployment Corporal picking up trash for PFCs and privates and I was like, I was steaming, but by the time you came back, and that was just like the first thing he's like hey this is what we're doing, but there are a lot of moments. I got to deploy with him twice for those fast deployments, but I just stayed in touch with him. And he was always somewhere I could ask advice for, I could also, he was while he was a person who could be admired. He had his faults. He owned them and he pushed. Like he wasn't the perfect Marie. It's important. That's important to recognize. It was relatable. And that was a lot of times we don't see that in our higher staff NCOs at least I didn't as a younger guy. You look these guys and you only see what they want you to see are what the command wants you to see. So to have somebody who, you know, like, oh man, you know, it's a drone. Oh yeah, but I was like, why? Who cares? You know what I mean? On liberty. Like you saw him on list be having a good time. You saw him. You seemed like, yeah, you saw him come in after Super Bowl Sunday and look a little groggy. Like he wasn't, you know, but at the same time, like, okay, a throw PT here on and I'm gonna explain why this is important. Technically tactically professional just just an all around very influential person and the reason I would say my mentor is because mentorship to me strays beyond that chain of command. Like I wouldn't necessarily call him my mentor while he was at my unit because he was my staff and CEO. But once we broke that obligate, where I felt like he was obligated to develop me. And in retrospect, he was just being a good staff and CO2 a young Corporal young sergeant, once that obligation was tied and he was still invested in my success and then also sharing with me those moments and advice and giving me advice even when it wasn't necessarily asked for that kind of like cemented that role for me and how I felt about it. But yeah, I would say easy choice on that. I have a lot of great, great leaders and people who I rely on like lieutenant colonel Justin bellman. He's out there still. He was my first platoon commander and when I say we checked in on like, it was one of those great Marine Corps stores. You like checking on Monday and they're like, you're going to sit tomorrow and you're going to the field on Tuesday night and you're like, oh my God. We're out there in The Rain, like don't even know how to put on our flak jacket. And he comes out. And he's like, hey guys, I'm a boot like you. And you're like, did the lieutenant just say that? He's like, I checked it. I saw you guys check it in, not me too. You know? But like a cartoon. Yeah, it was like. What is this relationship going to look like? But he was just to me in all the officers I've seen. Somebody to look up to. Because of his professional success while he's always there when I text or call him and I still see him, I saw him a couple months ago. I just have that daily Don Hernandez just happened to PCS would be to Pendleton, PCS with me. So like he's always been yeah, he's always been down the wrong, which is kind of, you know, reinforce that. And especially when I needed it at times. So you got out in 20 so you talk about 2017. You talk about being alive for at the time when we first did our interview. I thought you were going to be a lifer. You got to early like I did. Why did you decide to get out? So I think it was a combination of previous experiences, understanding where the Marine Corps was going feeling what I did or didn't bring to the Marine Corps because at the time, it was I took temporary early retirement Tara as we call it. To me, like my body physically was deteriorating not to the point of not being useful, but I am coming. I just remembered staff and CEOs and I'm not that I was like a PT stud by any means, but it was a lot harder to be average. And to me, I was like, what service am I doing to my Marine Corps or to my marines as an infantry staff and CO? And then to be completely honest, that was an influencing factor, but a deciding factor was I kind of caught the bug for where I wanted to go in life while I was teaching at the academy. And that was in the field of education. That's so important. Yeah. And I just, like, it was no, there was no way I could leave the academy. So I was going to go back to the fleet. 150%. No other options. And complete, I was two semesters away from my bachelor's, which was all my internships, which was some like a 7, and that's two. That's two full semesters. So, you know, when you're taking a college active duty, you're not very you're not often taking four to 5 classes. You're taking one to two. So they would probably would have been the equivalent would have taken a yearlong journey two to three years. You know? So that was I just I sat down and I talked to my wife and I was like, what do I want to do? Do I want to be a marine or do I want to start this new.
Bogaerts, AL Wild Card-Leading Bosox Top O's, 4th Win in Row
"The red Sox picked up their fourth straight win a standard Bogart's hit a three run Homer and collected four RBIs in a nine three rout of the Orioles Bobby Dalbec added a two run double hunter Renfroe and Rafael Devers each drove in a run for Boston which is one game ahead of Toronto for the first AL wild card and one and a half games ahead of the Yankees Tanner how court two one two thirds innings of shutout relief to get the win might Bellman was paying with the Orioles one hundred first loss Ryan mount castle hit a two run shot for the birds his thirty third home run of the season I'm Dave Ferrie
Standup Comedy, Comic-Magician Michael Finney Interview & comedy set #74 - burst 01
"That's kind of the best part of the whole stories. Because i i would at that point i was. I got into the food beverage. Industry and i started out as a midnight. Bell in a hotel called the san carlos tilt jalen downtown was built in nineteen. Oh three emmy elevators were hand operated to take you to your floor and let you off if you want to come down. I had that. Did you bring you down. So it was very dow for me. You know 'cause that we watched all those movies it's kid growing up dickey's bellman was so so cool and i did that for a while in the hotel guy like me and eventually you wanna learn to bar. I can't keep barking. I went for this for me. You know bartending kidman at that up there. That's pretty cool job. And nineteen seventy eight. And so i learned the two girls teach me how to ten bar and get pretty united. You know what. I learned that you clay with flames and all that stuff and do a harbor like all these cool classic drinks and not covered. I started getting reputation and a guy from the golden eagle came down to that copper door lounge which is where irish bar and he goes. Hey bartender is gonna leave if we want the job. Wow kidding me. Thirty six stories high. I've only been in the bar for maybe seven or eight months but it was a click. It i mean this bar that i've gone to right across the street. Only thirty six stories high and it's basically the same bryant talent level. Doctors lawyers judges. It was riding downtown. Phoenix i i mean i couldn't even tell you rubbing elbows with but they were suffered and so i get this job. I go to the golden eagle restaurant. I'm wearing a bow tie or shirt a cupboard bunk. I've got the but you should stop it before. I even so true. You have the
"bellman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Guy from London, surrounded by all these Italy fans. Was a good sport. It was a good game. Great match Italy. Congratulations. England has never won the Euro Cup in the last time Italy one was in 1968 and Lucia says Italy deserved this win. Soccer's are now blood can be more Italian than there, right? In the North end Suzanne Saz ville WBZ Boston's NewsRadio following the game as well an alarming surge of racist abuse against three English soccer players. British Prime Minister Johnson is now condemning the vitriol. The three Black England players missed their penalties in the team shootout loss against Italy at Wembley Stadium in London. The 19 year old bouquet. Osaka missed the decisive penalty that gave the title to Italy and tonight England its first major international soccer trophy since the 1966 World Cup. All three players immediately started receiving racist abuse on Social media. England's Football association issued a statement saying it was appalled by the disgusting behavior. London Police condemned the unacceptable abuse, adding it will be investigating the offensive and racist social media posts. Karen Chavez London After white supremacist graffiti was found in Salem Police have arrested two people, Police chief Lucas Miller said. Salem PD has investigated several incidents of graffiti and vandalism downtown by a group called Patriot Front, which the Anti Defamation League identifies as a white supremacist group. Two men were reportedly caught in the act Saturday night. That's Alex Bellman of Merit in Connecticut and Kyle Morelli of Salem. They were spray painting stencils on a wall, which read Strong families make strong nations patriot front US and defend American labor. Patriot front us, according to police. Four people are in custody who had stashed a large cache of weapons in a downtown Denver hotel room. It was a tip from a housekeeper that led to the arrest hotel security alerting authorities who arrested three men and a woman in rooms on the 4th and 8th floors. At least a dozen long guns, body armor and more than 1000 rounds of ammunition were seized from a room. That featured a balcony overlooking the downtown area. Investigators say they believe the suspects were involved with illegal arms and drug sales, The FBI telling ABC News quote. We have no reason to believe this incident was connected to terrorism or a threat directed at the All Star Game. That was a BCS Monaco's are Abdi. The hotel was near course field the site. Of tomorrow's All Star game. Right now it's 10 08 time to check on Wall Street with Bloomberg business and we are joined by Tracy Junkie. Good Morning, Tracy. Good morning medicine. US vacation travelers are flying in numbers that are exceeding even pre pandemic levels. That's according to the CEO of United Airlines. Scott Kirby, who says are told the TBS s face the nation that transatlantic travel could be breaking records by next summer. Investors and airlines and other travel stocks have less sunny view as the spread of the delta very into the coronavirus has authorities in some parts of the world. Tightening some restrictions. Despite all this, the Dow and the S and P are trying out new highs. The Dow is up 98 points the S and P is up seven. And the S the the NASDAQ is down. 11 points. I'm Tracy John Key. Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio Coming up in a few minutes, former President Trump back in the spotlight last night at CPAC, We've gotta recap. The loop is a five minute podcast of news that gets you ready for the day. The loop from WBZ NewsRadio on the I Heart radio app. ITunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts, if you with.
"bellman" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Three o'clock. That is powerful now. This next idea. I'm not sure were you raised in a christian background. More of a secular. What what your religious background institutional christian if you will we were lutherans pretty about In what today i would. I don't want to scare people get scared me. The i call myself a born again. Christian means i have accepted. That christ is higher than i am an accepting him to be my leader and anything awesome is arrogant to ask you this because there is a bible verse that speaks about this concept called work as unto the lord and. I didn't figure this out too. I was about nineteen years at target and my boss horse told me clay. Somebody is eating of the pretzels. And of course. I was eating all the pretzels. I'm like i don't know who it is. It has to be you or someone on the shift because someone's getting all the pretzels. Well long story short. I was always late. I was always eating all the pretzels. I was always getting all the criticism always being quote unquote micromanaged. Then someone introduced me to the book. Think and grow rich which is not in the bible but it's written by napoleon hill and i decided to name my son by the way after napoleon hill. His name is aubrey. Napoleon hill clark and after reading that book i started getting into this crazy book called the bible and there's a verse colossians. Three twenty three reads whatever you do work at it with all your heart. As working for the lord not for ritz-carlton customers work work as unto the lord not ask for shareholders work under the lord not unto your manager. Since you know that you'll receive an inheritance from the lord as a reward. It is the lord. Christ you are serving. I want to ask you where do where where where do you get that. Where did you get that idea to take customer service to the next level and to revolutionize the hospitality industry will tell about that maitre deal who the mccreadie who said. Don't come to work to work. Come democrat accident but then go on being a christian. I look Jesus said love your neighbors ourself. Why would you not think that your guest or your employees or your neighbors. My goodness what a what a what an amazing thing love your neighbor is what missing who can say something about christ in my opinion and and and so dot had very much impact on me. But if you read my book you will also see a tell. A story about by another christian is santo battle. Some telling me some benedict. I'm sorry benedict in year. Five hundred roads to his ministries to his to his Monasteries and said when the customer minute guest moved adot that time travel has stopped in monasteries. For showed this when a guest arrived receive him and women didn't travel on receive him as if it was christ himself. And not only that. If you're on a fast break your fast and didn't have them so that they're not alone. But but i wash their feet now. If that is that is hospital. I cannot come close to that. But that's the goal to be as close as possible to care. That much is caring. I mean everything christ. It was the greatest thing of all is is laugh. My goodness you mean. Only for some people know laugh is to create a thing. Why wouldn't you love your guest. Why wouldn't you love your employees inter book. which by the way excellence. Wins is a great read. It's a no nonsense guide to becoming the best in a world of compromise. You talk about these four you write about. I felt like you were talking to me. Because i've watched her youtube videos. I'm reading and it feels like you're talking to me Paul jones for that by the way but in your book you talk about these four supreme objectives objective number. One you write is to keep the customer. What does that mean. i. If if i'm looking at what is creek company. Kirk company mixing every effort to keep the christmas to have that mr after they have to say what is it that i have to do to keep those customers but is it well. What you have to do is give that customer. The customer and stuff means says they get in the head and understand what they want what. They're really not mother-in-law told your or somebody's set aside in the plane or you know what your market tells. Should they want. That's what you give them number one. What company does number two. You'll find new ones number three. You get us money much money from the cosmos. You can't wait a minute. If not the cost of losing the customer doesn't mean shaft. Give him bodily you. You have to give value for everything you charge. End defect is guests. That is loyal. That means you don't lose your customers a lot. That's a loyal guest. That guest wants to deal with you and by other things that you produce because loyalty means nothing else but they have develop trust in you so did trust you become loyal and so every what has to be sure you make sure that they don't lose them so their lawyer do number two. You're newmont's number three you get them charge and yourself number four your work efficiently company but the key element here and nothing can interfere and make sure to cause the customer wants to come back and his lawyer again. Loyalty is nothing else but to develop trust in what you're doing i i want to Tap into your brain on this because you said something there that i don't think the listeners quite understand what you're saying you are talking about. Keep the customer and there is a guest. We're going to have on the show. Here is the bestselling author john ruling and he stayed in one of your hotels The one of the ritz carlton and he was having a guest of honor. Stay in the hotel. And he was going to meet him and he found out that his favorite Guest was a guy he's really trying to impress. He found out that his friend in his guest of honor was a fan of a certain clothing line and then he was. This is kinda when he had a startup. A baby business called gift allergy. So what he did was. He went into a department store and bought all off the clothes in that guy size the entire line the entire seasons line. He said he spent ten thousand dollars on clothes for this guy to impress this guy when he didn't have a whole lot of money. And he goes the ritz and he said. Can you guys help me display it like a retail store. You know like like like like a department store. And he said the ritz bellman said sure. Can you talk to me about the limits to which you would allow your team to go and house too far to go to keep.
"bellman" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"bellman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"My conversation with Christina Bellman. She is the founder and CEO of Leave, though. So, was there a particular moment where you came up with this idea? I know that it was a while ago when you're in college, But was there something And there was a group of guys really smart people who all now work at like fortune, 500 companies and whatnot who are really struggling to make a sort of magical infused. And they were just making a complete mass and stinking up the house and arguing and spending hours on it, And I was sort of like a fly on the wall watching, wondering like, what's really that difficult, confusing something really that hard and Took to the Internet and felt like I kind of like struck oil. In a way, there was just so much content. So many people talking about it, and I was sort of like sitting in front of my computer. I realized there was an unrealized Following at that moment, Yeah, you know, I think entrepreneurs because they tend to be more creative. I think because I'm like a fairly pragmatic person. I try to mitigate risk and feel like I can. I set out on things that I can accomplish and part of it was. I feel like I could do this. Like I saw a solution in my head to the problem. I felt really confident about which was an opportunity based upon a research. Yeah, and felt like I had the resources and the capability to do it. Um, And also it was something that I like I'm passionate about like Health and natural wellness and things like that, and I felt like it really fit into that and would feel good to do. Um, and it felt tangible as well. You know, there was something about finance that was always kind of like Intangible to me. Um, and it felt exciting to, like, build real value and something that I could see him affect people's lives and things like that. Yeah. Cool. So how did you get the capital to start the company? Um, I saw funded it from 2011 to 2016 all the way up to the point where I needed to make like the first capital expenditure on like the molds and tools for the physical appliance. And that was like all the prototyping and the initial IP and and things like that. So I still funded to them. And then before we did a pre order campaign, I raised a small angel round to get started. Mm. And so a lot of our entrepreneurs are bootstrapping their businesses in the beginning. Any advice for making your money further? Yeah. I mean, definitely ask for help get warm introductions that tends to have a Discounting effect on various things that you need and goes back to building up that network. Yeah, definitely. And just be scrappy, like, you know, it's amazing how much you can do yourself with a little bit of research and asking someone who's done it before. A lot of being an entrepreneur is being a student and learning new skills. So 100% yeah, and a lot of times on our team. We talk about rubbing sticks together to make fire like it's not. It's actually We're putting it. So do you have any key business partners that really help you keep the train moving? Um, so it's just me. I'm the sole founder. Um, but I have an amazing team around me. And I love having it. Yeah, a little bit about your team kind of the various departments that they encompass. And yeah, the rules are, Yeah. We have like a head of marketing product operations, and those are the main like three kind of core team functions as a hardware company that we need and then Kind of around us. We have designers and people that help us with some other production management stuff. Um, and that's probably a staff of like 77 people at this point. Yeah, Awesome. So when you were considering hiring what are you looking for, Um, people that are truly interested in the idea of like, sink their teeth into it, And they just kind of get it and see past where it is now and kind of understand that there is a long term Vision You can kind of tell when someone really sees that and isn't stuck in like the present. Um, so I guess there's that and then also just fit with the team. Um, you know, are Most recent hire. I remember like making the decision in my head once I saw you know that person among among the team and just felt the right the right fit and all that synergy. Um, yeah. You guys actually have an office or they remote employees, So we have a little bit both. Yeah, We're kind of we're kind of all over the place. But we do have HQ is Denver and we do have an office. And how important would you say work? Culture is two. Very important. Yes. How would you describe yours? Um Fun. Honestly, I think I think it's really important to make things fun. Uh, you know, we have a fair amount of inside jokes and we can make light of things but also like very dialed in each person on their own mission and has very clear role and can kind of operate in their own if they want to put their blinders on and just The whole day on their own. There's not too much overlap. But then also we have so many points where we come together and we collaborate and and then when we do that, we really enjoy it. Yeah, it's been the biggest challenge so far. Um Probably except for me accepting things that I can't change and that sometimes things are out of my control. And just kind of embracing that and sort of having to let go A little bit. Yeah. Yeah. What has been the biggest success? Um, for us. The business securing distribution was huge, like that validation for the business and just the sheer volume and sales and really getting that momentum to reinvest in other things that we want to do was huge. And what would you say in general is your definition of success? Like how do you measure it? Is that by customer satisfaction is it from raising money? You know, what would you say It is for you. Um, there is no money without customers. So it all kind of all begins there, so I would say, you know, Customer satisfaction and, uh and and pent up demand and sure demand would definitely Be an attribute of success. Yes. Yeah..
"bellman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Bellman. She is the founder and CEO of Leveaux. Thanks for being here, Joining us from Denver for having me happy to have you if you could first start out by telling us a little bit about your entrepreneurial journey, your background leading to starting level Sure. Um, my backgrounds in finance. Mostly I went to N y u Stern School of business. And was on the path to do investment banking. Did that briefly ended pricing strategy with IBM and was there for about five years. But the whole time I was, this was my side hustle. Essentially, it was an idea that I had in college that I was pursuing on nights and weekends for several years and then Finally took the leap and went full time about a year ago. Awesome for those who are not familiar. What is level? Um Leveaux is a hardware unit. It's the first of a kind oil infuser that you can infuse any oil or butter with any herb. And we're building a whole lifestyle brand around. Sort of like D I y infusion. All the different things you can do with it. Very okay. Well, we're going to die more into that in a second. But first we're going to kick things off with our 62nd. Rapid fire. CEO Questions fun starting with who is your favorite entrepreneur? Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx. Someone is very disruptive in your company. They're great at what they do. Do you keep them on fire them? Keep them. Bring it on. Howard, Did you sleep the night six. Do you work weekends? What's the weekend? What is the first thing you do when you wake up? I call it the morning celebration. I just sort of like, pause and, like, start having intention to start the day morning celebration. What rules you live by? You can have it all. If there's a will. There's a way honest. Go from 1 to 10. How weird are you? Sometimes the seven sometimes in nine months on the day? Yeah. When did you realize you have the strength and power to become an entrepreneur? Um, in a conversation with a friend of mine at Columbia University, like right before I graduated college. She was She sort of. I was telling her about my idea, And she said, Just go for it. What you can do both, like go take your corporate job and also get this done nights and weekends like you could do it. Cool. Yeah. And how would you describe yourself in one word? Focused unless I'm not. Yeah, Yes, yes, with a little asterisk. I love it. Okay. What superhero would you want to be? Or what Superpower would you like to have, Um Add more days to the week. Oh, would be that would be an amazing time. Stretcher. Yes, something like that. So what is being an entrepreneur? Mean to and now by the way, we're done with the rapid fires. Okay, You can take it high when you I think it just means the ability to like. Get things done and not need any structure. Um, do what you have to do to get things done. Not need structure be fueled by your own self motivation and not by, you know, um, having to be pressured by any kind of infrastructure or manager or anything just doing that yourself. And you were in a corporate job and more traditional jobs. Starting your side hustle alongside near work. That is, so tell me a little bit about that transition. First of all, what was it like being an entrepreneur and working for corporation And then how did you gradually go off on your own? Yeah. Um, it was hard. I mean, I like I Referenced earlier in the 62nd questions, my conversation with my friend in college, I was sort of having like an identity crisis, even going into corporate recruiting right at the end of college because I had this energy that I could just sense was not going to be fulfilled and used really in those roles, But I also you know, wanted to establish myself as an adult and had invested so much in my education and everything else to get started that way. Um, so it was hard. You know, there were definitely times it was frustrating. Like I felt like I was like holding something back a lot of times. Um And then, and then it was definitely difficult for a number of years like self funding this and having to be my side Hustle. It was definitely tiring. But then it ends up being exciting. Um, you know now to take the leap. So any advice for entrepreneurs who are starting a business while working for another business? Yeah, just, you know, be honest with yourself about About what it really takes to do it. You truly have to be full time. So you know, stretch it as long as you can. And do what do what you have to do, You know, financially and everything else that you have to do because you don't want to fall on your face. You don't want to leave too early and fall on your face, but at the same time just know that You can't do that forever. Um, When did you know it was the right time to leave? Um, you know, when they're just, like, weren't enough hours and day and I was going to start. You know, I just could sense that it was all bursting at the seams like it became more and more obvious for me. Um, I actually had a meeting scheduled with investors. Right at that moment when I like Also quit like I made sure I took it as far as I possibly could. And validated it. Side Feel confident as confidence. I could. Yeah. You ever been afraid to fail? Oh, definitely, for sure. Yeah, Uh, most say that everyone's well get like a very early, comfortable really, where there's like. No, I've always got that man. I would like to borrow that for a little. Yeah, No, And I think that's an important thing to reiterate for entrepreneurs watching and listening. Yeah, There's always a certain degree of fear. It's just about moving past that, right? Yeah, definitely. I think you know for me. I feel like I did everything I could. Lot of those risks because I was it came from a place of fear. You know, you think about all the bad things that could happen and you try and do something to mitigate that risk. And at some point you do the best you can. It's never going to be perfect. There's still inherently so much risk and just taking the leap, But you do what you can. Yeah, Absolutely. So if you could go back in time to your early months what? What do you get? What advice would you give your early entrepreneur yourself? Um I would tell myself to slow down. Um, which is something I've been advised on? You know, many times, but I think I kind of like, came in really hot when I had the idea, like right, like right at the end of college before I had actually taken a full time job and Had a lot of resources at school. Um you know, different professors and different, you know, groups that they had there and clubs and things like that, And I think I before I was ready, just kind of burned through a lot of those resources out of excitement. Whereas if I had been more patient developed my materials more flushed out the idea little more and gotten more advice. I think I would have been able to Use those resources and, uh more and not really going through them. Meaning are you specifically speaking to your network of not like going to your network and asking for help too soon before you have maybe some more of the puzzle pieces in place? Yeah, I think I think it's Yeah. I think its network and even if there is, you know, certain, like You know, either, like pitch competitions or, you know entrepreneur centers and clubs and things like that. You know, just if there's something if there's an important contact or an intro you can get or resource like that. I just think You know, it's better to be patient with it and go to and go and try and use that at the right time. Sure is just rushing it because you can lose credibility that way. Yeah. What you think is important to have in place before you start burning through some of those? Yeah. I mean, it's hard to say, because I'm not one to believe in like Wait, holding yourself back, or like over developing materials and perfecting things like that's definitely not ideal, but at least run it by a mentor or two or even a friend, like, at least at least do your crash course conversations on other people and let them challenge you first..
"bellman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To win. $1000 Just enter this nationwide keyword on our website trip That's trip. Enter it now. All right, Rocky, alongside Jason Williams for another 10 minutes or so before Reds baseball, they pick up a three game series against the feared and dreaded Pittsburgh Pirates. That's a 6 35 games started. Lance will leading up to the coverage of that, and then I believe have extra innings after the game by way, Wade Miley. How about that? $17? Was a work of art. It was 114 pitches or something like that. That was just beautiful. Yeah, just dropping the dropping him in there and That's great. It's a good defense behind him. That that's to me is a guy who played defense on on the football field most of his life. I still think there is nothing like a great defensive play in baseball, and I'll tell you what rock The Reds needed right now. Yeah, Miley. They need everything. Then get out of him with Luis Castillo. Really struggling Struggling there. Garrett struggling. Yeah, Absolutely. So we have just a few minutes, but I want to talk to you about this so Eric Bellman, who is a candidate for City Council. And Woz was the sick. Yeah, um, his now and again pretty well known guy from a name I d standpoint, I know he was pro streetcar kind of thing. He's not a He's been around a little while, right? And it came out. He is now suspended his campaign for quote, I guess what's the word? Childish tweets? Yes, his his word. Childish. So s so you tell me without you know, going into it. He used language That was bad. Talked about different groups and things like that in a negative way. Is that correct? Correct. S O Friday night. My colleague. The Enquirer. Sherry Coolidge. There broke the story on since ST dot com That Eric Bellman had suspended his campaign. Were quote childish tweets that he had put out. Decade ago about a decade ago, nine and 10 years ago. Well, um Well, this s O. What? To the argument of Hey, look, we we've all said and done stupid things our lives. It was a while ago. Big deal. What say you to? Well, that that's a good I think that's the bigger question Here is What's How long is you know is he's done a lot of these on a lot of work. He's done a lot of advocating for the streetcar for transit and For, you know, pedestrian safety and the city lives in over the Rhine. And so is that and he ran for council in 2017 did not did not win. But I think position himself. To be endorsed by the Democratic Party. This time around had really worked hard. I think to really develop relationships. And then this comes out. And this these were these tech. Sorry. They're not text their tweets. Were sent anonymously to Democratic Party leaders specifically party leaders who are in charge of the endorsement in this coming November's council race. And I think it's it's raising. A question of people are asking this in city politics right now, and I think you could probably ask it in politics in general, like so where. You know what? What is too much? And at what point and at the time frame And is this person different now and order? This is still the same person that put out and I've seen I've seen the tweets. And they're pretty bad. I would not classify them as childish. I would classify them is awful. They're racially charged. I've seen there's sexist ones. You there's Um, homophobic comments that were made and some of these Tweets, but But don't be wait that don't be people like Remember the Villanova basketball when they want us the tournament a couple years ago, the net hadn't even been cut down and one of the star players I forget his name. Somebody brought up some texts and tweets he made like 10 years ago is that In like, Well, that's that's see that becomes I don't know. I don't know, like because again that not do that basketball Now he made those tweets when he was like 14 13. And so when did wanted balance development is according to the story on Sandakan 53 years old. This happened nine and 10 years ago. She would have been 43 44 years old. So, so little time. Uh, I'm 45. So that would be about what my age is now. Right, And it's like if I were to put tweets out right now about that. I wouldn't those would not be childish. Uh, that's those would be off that zone. You're early mid forties. Putting out tweets like that and again. You have to. I mean, if you want to run for public office someday. Um, we're honestly you're not run for office. You just You're one of advancing your career. Whatever career that is. Yeah. I think most social media experts will tell you like you gotta be really careful about what you put on Social media agreed. Couldn't someone? Couldn't He use it if I'm him. I'm just trying to think of how did you come back from? So I just do not come out and say, Of course, this is not a democratic talking point. But don't you say This is an example of cancel culture. This is something I've I've owned up to that I've said, and I shouldn't be canceled for something I said 10 years ago. I think he could make that argument. I don't think that's what's happening here. I think he is done. He's dropped out. He's guys got suspended for a week. He's gonna come back. I believe he has done. He's not gonna run. Not one other question. Usually one candidates run, Maybe not the city Council level. But don't you have someone do like a background check on you and you pay a firm? Ah, lot of money to go through and say, Hey, look, we're we're gonna have some problems here before the cart gets going down the street. Don't you do that. You would think especially him. He's been involved in around. So I the last tweet that was put out that I saw that were sent to me. Was in fall of 2012. Why I went back into the The Enquirer archives to see when he was first kind of came onto the political scene when he was first quoted Believe the following fall on 2013 when John Cranley and Roxanne Qualls were running against each other for mayor. He was quoted in an inquire story talking about the streetcar so a year later. About a year later, after at least one of these tweets were put out. And he kind of came onto the scene in the political scene. And then he's been quoted many, many times of multiple media outlets about transit. The streetcar pedestrian safety he ran for council. He's a former police officer, Major clearly making an effort to get into public space and do correct and this is I think there are a lot of people in this is this is ah. There's a lot of Democratic insiders who are questioning like Is who's the real person here? Is it the person who put out those tweets? Or is that the person who is the person today? Who has been, you know, really trying to do a lot of good things. I think you know, for advocacy on on public transportation and the things he's passionate about. I don't know. I can't answer that. Yeah, that's up like that. That would be, I guess, really in up to him and You know his own heart. It is. It's a tough one, because I do because I have against cancel called Try and now.
"bellman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Restaurants. Company that operates a major U. S. Energy pipelines says it was forced to temporarily halt all pipeline operations after a cyber security attack Colonial pipeline says that cyber attack Friday affected some of its information technology systems. The company handles nearly half of all of the fuel consumed on the East Coast. They've hired an outside company to determine the damage. A rocket is tumbling back to Earth. And despite having the best mathematicians on the planet, we can't quite figure out where it's going to fall for those old enough to remember memories of Skylab falling in the seventies, maybe coming up right now. Rocket is a Chinese long March five Be rocket booster expected to fall sometime early tomorrow morning. It's expected to fall in an uninhabited area. At least chances are since 70% of the Earth is water, though they don't know for sure it's being tracked by many websites and one of the people who wanted a seat on Cincinnati's City Council. Has had his social media bite him where he sits on Friday night, Derek Bellman announcing on Facebook, he would no longer run for a seat on Cincinnati City Council Bow. Manet, former Mason police officer and advocate for the streetcar, who currently resides in over the Rhine said he's pulling out of the race Did it was social media activity in the past, with posted are said to be homophobic, racist, a massage in Mystic. Salman apologized to those he offended and says compared to then he's a different person now, adding that words matter, and his words were sometimes hurtful. I'm Sean Gallagher news radio 700. I'll be all over you and new this half hour. A man who was shot and killed Thursday morning on Westwood, Northern Boulevard just before 10 am now his the suspect in that has been arrested and been in court. 21 year old D'Angelo Anderson died. 25 year old Robert McDonald was just arraigned a million dollar bond. His lawyer says it was self defense. I'll be back in court on May 17th I Sandy Collins, a another update coming up at 11 30 Year on NewsRadio. 700. W L'd. If we go to page 11 in the presentation, you'll see that Yeah. You'll see. We're on target to meet our quarterly..
"bellman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"You be sued for a slippery sidewalk? The old adage is yes. You've got to get out there and take care of the sidewalk. Last You get sued. Let's welcome Petty went Lee. Pardon me, Patty Back to double downs. How are you? Great. Well, thanks for joining me. I'm sorry. Mispronounced. Your name is sorry about that. It happens all the time. Well, I know you just probably changed the spelling of your last saying, I know. You know, at this point, I'll tell my dad you know, Or maybe I just learned how to pronounce the names correctly. So I saw this. I saw this on channel 11. The fact that the old adage is and I like the fact that you guys every year get into dibs every year whether dibs are legal there, of course, are not legal. We just overlook it here in Chicago. And also do we have to get out and shovel those sidewalks. So what is the verdict? Can I get sued down to brass tacks, if in fact I don't get out and shovel the sidewalk. Well, The interesting thing is the myth is that you can be sued. If you do shovel your sidewalk and someone slips on it. That's why that's an excuse that a lot of people have used over the years to not shovel. They say if I do shovel and I leave a little bit and somebody slip, they consume me. That's the missus. It's been going around, and that's Absolutely not true. And you, you shovel. Somebody hurts themselves. They can't do you. Um It's also not true that if you don't shovel they consume you. Because the fact is you didn't put the snow there. Don't you have a don't you have Ah, Visitors statue is there in ordinance in the city of Chicago? The In fact you're responsible, clear that public thoroughfare in between the boundaries of your property. Yes. The municipal code does say that you're responsible for clearing a path and it should be 5 ft wide, which a lot of people also don't do. They cleared like one footstep. Why, um, but the most that you can do that can be done to you. Really? For that is a fine that ranges from like 62 500 bucks. Um, that's not really enforced all that much. I know a lot of folks might contact their alderman. They might, you know, call 311. If you complain a lot about a repeat offender. You might be able to get the city to slap them with a fine, but a lot of times the city will maybe do a warning or two or three when they get out to a property so Kind of, you know. What did they say? Six half of half a dozen. You know, so heady, Petty Webley is here. She's a writer, a channel 11 wttw. So in other words, you're supposed to shovel your walk. And if you're really an egregious offender than the city Mayor may not come after you and they'll find you but If somebody falls because I haven't shoveled. There's really no legal recourse. And if somebody falls because I've shoveled, and now it's a sheet of ice. There's no legal recourse either. Both of those are miss and you have been a myth, Buster. Try. I'm a mythbuster, but not a lawyer. So, you know People should consult with their lawyers for you know, I never I never lived. Yeah, I never lived in a real neighborhood in Chicago. I always looked on high rises. And I guess I did live in both bellman Sheridan, but I didn't take care of the walk. The landlord did. You know, house, but that being said, I wonder what percentage ballpark You know what the percentages Chicagoans is, who actually, really, honestly do do their civic duty and take care of their their their sidewalks in a in a pretty decent manner. I wonder if it's 50%. If its way Last service see even more? I don't know. How neighborly of a city Chicago would be. I mean, I'm up in Lincoln Square. And, um I would say we're well over 50% here. I think a lot of people take pride in being very neighborly and shoveling their sidewalks. I saw so many people out On Sunday shoveling, and I mean, I live in a condo building that takes up it. Zahn a corner. We have a lot of sidewalk and we always have it cleared down to the pavement. Um, so I think it just depends kind of neighborhood by neighborhood. I think some of the problems are some of you know, you've got tickets storefront that were there. That's where they're going to be some issues that not getting shoveled. Um honestly, some of the worst offenders can be Um, Parks, Properties. Um, the post office sometimes not so great. You'll see a lot of strip malls. They make sure the parking lots or shovel but not the sidewalk. So But I feel like neighbors being neighborly are some of the better shovelers. It really is. It really is important. Petty. A Webley is here from Channel 11, speaking of ah, storefronts that are now boarded up. Lincoln Square. I used to go with my wife there every holiday season Christmas season because she loved to shop and little apothecary. There was there for over 100 years Now I think that I think he retired. I think that's close. But is that bookstore there was still there still thriving. They've actually expanded. Good depositary still there. But that German restaurant went out. Unfortunately, They did, Unfortunately, and the property has been purchased by Northwestern for medical offices on but they're keeping the facade. Kind of help, Woz, But, yeah, no more Brown house, Which is? Are they? Are they keeping the boom pop pop band in the lobby? No, no, they're not. Unfortunately, that was a great place. That was a great place. And there's a terrific book store in Lincoln Square, too. And I hope there's stone business. They are very much there. You can, actually if you want, make a private appointment and have this shop fault here itself right now. I'm in. A lot of folks in the neighborhood have been doing a great job in ordering their books from there throughout the pandemic, But yeah, it's been. It's been rough for the bookseller. People are doing their best to make sure that some of these small businesses survive because they're very important to this neighborhood. Over there a channel 11 a patty went Li How did you draw the short straw and have to cover the two ground hogs today? What I actually have the urban nature be and so quitters kind of fall critters and weather kind of fall under what I cover, so That was me this morning Sport one. It was a split decision between fill in Pennsylvania and Woodstock, Willie here in Illinois, just a split decision. Yeah. Uh, Hans Itani. He saw his shadow, which means six more weeks of winter or more winter would stop. Willie didn't see the shadow, which Allegedly means in early spring. Um, I don't know. Willie doesn't have that much experience as still does so natural who we want to trust? How lucky is it? That how lucky is that? That Woodstock was the scene for filming that Bill Murray movie? They're they're super lucky. I actually followed that the whole trajectory that they've had in sort of starting up this tradition, and it really has mushroomed over the years. The last day 20 years or so for them. I wonder what the really near the thing ballpark revenue for the last 20 years. Based on that movie is for The little Village of Woodstock. Probably pretty pretty nice little taste, Patty. Thank you very much. For your time. We'll watch more on channel 11 and appreciated his eyes. I patty went Lee. I will not make the mistake on your last name again. But did urge your father that he had a couple of the letters, will you please? Well, thanks much take care. Coming up next. What Ulysses Grant could teach Joe Biden about putting down violent insurrections. It will require the current president, toughen up a little bit everybody into the breach, so to speak. We'll get into that with our next guest straight ahead on WLS Illinois's coronavirus metrics moving in the right direction. News is next. 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"bellman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tavern and Grill down at the banks and Jimmy before we get into the concert industry and where that might be headed in 2021. I do have one question that I've wondered if you recall back when this When this all started in March crypt if I'm wrong In the state of Ohio. There was essentially a kind of a committee put together of people who worked in the restaurant and bar industry. Correct. That is correct. What What is that committee done after that initial meeting and and because they were they were trying to get which makes sense. People who know and understand the running of a bar and a restaurant kind of way in Have they done anything? Has that been a factor Did that just go away? I think it went away. To be honest with you, Tom. I am I know it's the beginning their lobbying very hard. And really trying to come up with common sense things and I can't remember if it was just the common sense to reopen the places in May. I think it was initially. But wouldn't that have been a good thing to keep going? And maybe you talk about that empirical data? Have those people be part of the process to say? Wait a minute? You're wrong about all this. This isn't where covert is spreading. Yeah, and you know the place, but I know that has done the best contact Tracing was New York State. And they have thrown so much money at it to really go and take a hard look at this stuff. And their data told them that 1.2% of all covert cases came from bars and restaurants. And I gotta to 1.2. I've heard everything from 1.2. 11%, and then you get a couple of them where they leave it open and where they say Had you been? Have you been to a restaurant? You know, the three weeks before you had Copan not saying that they caught it from a restaurant. But they'll jump higher. People hang their hats on that and then just got to a point earlier. You've got political where it was, you know. It closes the restaurant's open the schools, You know it became this wedge thing, and, you know, I just didn't think that was fair at all, either, And it's you know it was. You see, all the political narratives are out there and the way it's set up was just so unfortunate that it was an election year, so everybody was trying to do on their own their own path on which way it went. On and on top of everything. I think that was the big exacerbating factor for sure Right now. Miraculously, all the Koven numbers and the majority of states are suddenly coming down. Yeah, In a chill. I can't. It's real guys. I mean, we all know it's real, and it's and it's and it's killing, you know, killed my buddy Jeremy bellman from J. Social, You know, it's real. You know, let's put the facts out there until you know nobody's saying it doesn't exist. Nobody saying you, you should be doing the things that we all know you should be doing. Wear a mask, distance. Wash your hands, do the right things. But you know which let's just be honest about what's there and what we're seeing, right? Let me let's switch gears just a little bit again. Jim Mooring proprietor, the Holy Grail banks but also a longtime friend and a guy who has done it for all the right reasons with so many different people, but also very connected into the whole scene at the banks. And you've been, uh, you know, kind of Ah, Touchstone for us with regard to the new venue. Go back down there. I mean, we're all proud of it. That continues. The work continues. I mean, obviously, I don't see And maybe I'm wrong. I don't see concerts coming back with major tours. Really this year if the very end of the year possibly, I don't know, but I mean, I've so many people I didn't even realize with live Nation, for instance, who I worked with. With that Bogart's I talked to a couple people. One had been there 29 years gone, have had to just basically just pare this down to the bare minimum, and I know that they've reached out to the White House to offer help. This and that, but the music scene to gear it back up our friend Sean voice from breaking, Benjamin said. You know, the crew has to go find other work. How long do you see? Knowing what you know about the venue at the bank's friends? How long are we really looking at? Before we can see consistent opportunities to see live entertainment? I think there's a legitimate shot for outside. Come July and August. Really? Yeah, I think once You know, Hopefully this change a things real. But if you start really staring at the CDC data, um, that's out there and the hard numbers. They have this thing. Even with the pace around right now by June. Um, coming into, you know, I won't say a manageable level, but more of a manageable level. And, you know, I think like this is just me. Dr. Jim would know better about what these curves are looking like and how it's going to go, But, you know, right now, demand is so high, which I think is great. It's terrible that we can't get up the vaccines that you know people wanting to get it. I think it's Keith and I think right now. Get scores and the good things that are coming. You know, they're scheduling some pretty big festivals already in July, and they put it out there. You know, there's a one minute song. There was a time. I mean, it was a big one, and it's a major head behind her. Is that her on it and thinking on July on, I think, you know, I hate the word. I loathe the word fluid. But I think the next 60 days are gonna be very fluid and they're gonna They're gonna They're gonna tell us how they're gonna tell us..
"bellman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Taki How are you? This beautiful Sunday afternoon? I'm good. I'm good Bellman. Have a nice day today, Right? Right, Doc. Well, thank you guys for having me. I am Dr Ben Gonzalez. And this is Dr G's corner Like Holy Heck, what a year this weekend been right. Someone right? Someone asked me around Christmas time. The question. Can it get worse than last time? A man after that. Uh, the between the social unrest, the pandemic political and decisions, the disruptions in the economy all on top of life's usual stressors of family job and health. Our country's population in the world, for that matter, is seeing levels of stress that leads to increased anger and poor physical and mental health. Dress. It is well known that excess stress above the normal life stressors leads to weight gain and obesity. Unhealthy weight loss and increased disease process. Such a such a poor gut health and autoimmune issues, early dementia, depression and early death. Different people react to stress in many ways. Excessive eating and poor food choices. Smoking, illicit drugs and excess of alcohol and prescription medications are all abuse of ways that contemporary Lee Calm down stress. But in the long run and many times in the short run, we deport health and, of course, Is another stress. Can you see the circle that feeds into itself? Yes. Dress. Poor choices. More stress, More important choices. This is a vicious circle. You see it, And if you already have a medical condition, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease, irritable bowel disease or any other common issues we see daily in the clinic. Excess stress on Lee makes those conditions worse. So you go to a doctor to complain about the stress and anxiety affecting you in negative ways, and your doctor does what they're trained to do in our health care system. Counsel you generally in a short 10 to 20 minute appointment and write a prescription for anxiety or anti depression medication, or both. As I've seen someone patients coming in my clinic with Don't get me wrong. I to prescribe these medications as needed. But I do so temporarily and with a plan to get the patient off the medication as quickly as possible. I mean, it is human nature not to worry about long term potential issues. The current excess stress we feel affecting our day to day lives. This..
"bellman" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And Arizona State has warmed up from three Alonzo Verge is now into double figures. Holland Woods has 16 With seven made threes. That is how they're making up for some of their disadvantages in this game with depth. And what their issues in the paint and rebounding. They're doing it because they're forcing turnovers, and USC is not making any shots. So I'll tell you end up in just a two point game in the game that Trojans have led by as many as 18. Now, Isaiah Mobley will go to the free throw line us. He has been very good, thankfully at the free throw line in this game, or they'd be And even deeper trouble. Sam Mobley made both in his lone trip to the line so far in this game. Trojans have added a game by the way. On Tuesday, USC will play UC Riverside at the Galen Center. So will be a three game week next week, assuming all three games are played while they call that foul on the floor. So Isaiah Mobley, who was clearly going up and had a layup. They call that foul on the floor, and so Mobley sits down and then we USC basketball Evan Mobley drives in Kicks it out. The bellman bellman will give in to Shiva's Goodwin Shiva's Goodwin will power up and have a shot blocked from behind by Bagley s. You going? The other way, Looking tired. Take the lead Bagley all the way. It's Kamani Lawrence with the lamp and it is a tie game All squared 47 11 30 to go on. Here comes the full court press for Arizona State. We always see it here in the second half. And it's with one second. USC gets it across the timeline with Evan Mobley as the dribbler. Ha GD to slow things down for the Trojans. Outgoing Polo is back in there as well. Goodwin and battlements so Andy Enfield going all three bench players for a long stretch in the court. For starters, ET drives in throws a wild shot off glass. No good. There is a foul call, though. And Taj et I believe will shoot two last time. I thought Isaiah Moby was gonna shoot too. So Was have to wait on these officials to decide. What they think was a shooting foul and what's a foul on the floor? It will be two free throws for Taj et and the Trojans could use his stroke. He's been so good for us see the season, the team's second leading scorer. He makes the free throw. Give us see the lead back. He has five points, six rebounds and four assists in the game. As he makes another free throw to give you a C A two point lead. 49 47 of the Trojans 11 8 to play. Urge will walk it up in us. He's going to a 23 zone for the first time, so 23 zone. They look to extend it Take away the threes. Josh Christopher goes inside the Bagley Bagley would bounce pass to Austin Austin, caught behind the hoop will kick it out. Diverge. Virgil Drive to his left. Come back in the lane. Bounce pass inside is thrown away and there is a rare Arizona state turnover was a nice look by virgins. Don't think his teammate was with him. It was a no look, bounce pass, and sometimes a problem when you throw a no. Look, you can surprise the defense, which you could surprise your teammates as well. Converged in there. Arizona State has 16 points off. USC is turnovers in this game. The Trojans have just six off the Sun Devils turnovers. Seedy looking to drive the other ways. He breaks the press runs into a double team kicks it back out on polo at the top of the key. Now he's looking at Dr Slices his way inside shot is blocked, and Josh Christopher will rip it away for Arizona State. Mr for going the other way. Christopher on the attack Cuts in the lane kicks it back out the woods Virgin the corner. Turns down the three now who go back between his legs trying to Dr Goodwin goes past him and gets fouled. Alonzo Verge is starting to feel it. That's what we talked about. When he sees the ball going a couple of times. He is a streaky player. He could be the worst player in Arizona State's team. He could be the best player on Arizona State's team, and right now he is the best player on the court..
NASCAR Cup Series to run first dirt race since 1970 at Bristol in 2021
"For the first time since 2011 when the when Kentucky held its first cup. Siri's a NASCAR race is not going to be at the Kentucky Speedway next year. Kentucky Speedway. Really? I mean, NASCAR released its 2021 schedule today was six road courses, the first dirt race for the Cup series since 1970, they added stops at Nashville in Austin, Texas, and one college basketball note. Jeff Gooden from stadium dot com reporting that Beller Mint in their first year of in Division one, will be playing in an event at Duke. In the preseason early season this year would be Duke, Howard, Ellen and Bellman. Beller with bellman would play Duke and Howard in Ahh, the count around Robin Event
Foxes Have Dined on Our Leftovers for 30,000 Years
"Fox's hunt small animals and when other predators including US kill large animals foxes are known to scavenge the leftovers. Now, a study of their scavenging shows that Fox's have slyly relied on people for food for tens of thousands of years a solid Fox's benefit a not today from humans I was wondering if this is also the case in the past Chris Bowman from the University of Michigan's Institute for Scientific Archaeology. Humans may have had a hand in driving the extinction of large urban stores like mammoths and mastodons in the late Pleistocene, which ended around twelve thousand years ago. But we inadvertently helped other species and Bouwman suspects that plays a scene Era Fox's may have been among them. So Bellman and his team obtained the remains. Of Seventy. Fox's found in southwestern. Germany. They range from around forty two thousand years ago when neanderthals lived in the area to some thirty, thousand years ago Homo Sapiens came to dominate the region. In this study, we analyzed the question of the Fox. saw doubt indeed this different strategies of feeding the carbon and nitrogen isotope in the Fox bones supplied clues to what the Fox's had eaten. And at the earlier Neanderthal era sites a few the Fox's hunted rodents but most diet indistinguishable from the larger carnivores meaning that they regularly scavenged from the kills made by woven bears. But by the late Pleistocene when we showed up the Fox's had switched to a diet of mainly reindeer and horse me, that is human table scraps. The finding is in the journal plus. One. And so this one niche that we figured out that comes when Homo Sapiens this area is more or less stable. So focuses have time to feed on this results over the last eight years of their lives, and that's very cool because now we know that humans must have made some changes in the environment to provide this niche neanderthals Shirley hunted animals too, but there weren't enough of them or they didn't stay in one place long enough for the foxes to adapt to scavenging off their dinner plates Homo Sapiens on the other hand did stick around long enough to affect the Fox's foraging strategy. Bellman says that studying the remains of opportunistic scavengers like Fox's at learned to take of human societies can offer useful information about human impacts on ecosystems over time.
Five People Injured In Two Separate Crashes In Easton
"Two separate crashes last night in Easton left several people hurt including many children at about ten PM to car crashes on Bellman's two cars crashed rather on Belmont street at the Stonehill college entrance that crash sent a driver and three children to the hospital the driver needed to be airlifted with serious injuries the children they are expected to be okay then just about thirty minutes later a hit and run accident a pedestrian was struck in the parking lot of McGuire's bar and grill she needed to be airlifted to the hospital with severe leg injuries but is expected to recover police say the driver fled the scene this incident however is being investigated as a possible assault by means of a
Europe, North Carolina and Roy Cooper discussed on All Things Considered
"Organization europe is going to react said macro nations must follow international law and europe will defend the rules that were made collectively eleanor beardsley npr news paris remnant divall berto orrin canada after causing at least four deaths flooding and mudslides in parts of southern appalachia the threat of more damage persists in parts of north carolina where engineers are still monitoring four dams we can by the storm governor roy cooper's urging north carolinians to remain vigilant we urged them to listen to weather warnings that they may get and whether watches and if there is a chance that they could suffer some harm where they are they need to evacuate cooper has declared emergencies in hard hit mountain areas and his reminding merchants at north carolina has a law against pricegouging union contracts for some fifty thousand casino workers in las vegas have expired with no word on whether they'll stay on the job barton tender's housekeepers bellman and other unionized service workers at thirty four casinos in the city of authorized their union to call a strike this is npr news a group of technicians at boeing south carolina plant voted one hundred and four to sixty five to join the international association of machinists and aerospace workers union seattlebased boeing tried to stop thursday's vote calling an artificial gerrymandering of a subset of employees.
Kris Van, Assistant Professor and University Of Vermont discussed on Ron and Don Show
"You said quote they're still here subject of a meeting with north korea's kim jong un was brought up if i think that it's a meeting that is not going to be fruitful we're not going to go if the meeting when i'm there is not fruitful i will respectfully leave the meeting what led to the daily deadly failure of a southwest airliner engine in midflight cbs news transportation correspondent kris van cleave the ntsb believes that metal fatigue led to an engine blade breaking and that's what caused the nfl is that blade went into the engine kicking debris out the damage the wing that that punctured the plane through that window the passengers sitting next to that window killed by the impact a son remembers his mother former governor jeb bush the day after former first lady barbara bush died so blessed to be her son she taught us to serve others she taught us to be civil she taught us to love your family with your heart and soul just minutes after launching nasr's planet hunting space craft lift off the spacex falcon nine kids space x rocket booster back on earth as designed the first stage booster landing on a floating platform just off the florida coast the nanny is guilty guilty of murdering her employers to children the new york city jury deciding that ios lynn ortega was not insane when she repeatedly stabbed those little kids to death wcbs tv's ali bellman at the courthouse the former up danny sat quietly listening to four guilty verdicts be read aloud for murder in the first and second degree prosecutors that are take unknowingly killed sixyearold lucia krim and her two year old brother leo caring for the children back in two thousand twelve americans waste nearly a pound of food every day so says a new study from the us department the university of new hampshire and vermont study co author university of vermont assistant professor meredith nile ramana food that were wasting is to about thirty percent of the available daily calories for each person in the united states we also found that this food waste says about a quarter of all food produced by.
Star Wars' Mark Hamill Gets a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
"Go vert tell v r t o e uh again these are all luggage services must him offer insurance of your bags too so uh like anything else just remembered jewelry in cash that you put in your checked luggage on the airline is not insured if it gets stolen the airlines do not have basically in the fine print they will not cover your jury same thing with any of these services you keep jewelry cash and your bag he get stolen they're not a liable so uh niece usm common sense but a good way to stash your bag if you're going to be traveling in you're not going to be close dear combinations rican drop specific at the hotel with the bellman star wars icon mark hamill got his hollywood star so can if you those of you that are star wars fan congratulations to mark hamill and dna is added to the walk of fame and uh so away way way overdue here he in ecorse he was a with george lucas and harrison ford uh so fantastic fantastic for mark hamill and dead that you're hollywood inside a report for this show he the burger flipping robot as as get a fourday break that we had a couple of hard days at work and they're they're given in four days off now the good news is if you're worried about a robot taking java turns out the mechanical labour's need a break uh only singleshift in his poorly kelly burger restaurant passi california this week flippy the robot burger flipper is going on hiatus just for a few days they're going to be taking a back in making some tweaks they learn some things according ports robot did his job well but with.