35 Burst results for "Brisbane"

Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?

AFF on AIR Podcast

02:30 min | 3 months ago

Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?

"While they have been quite a lot of new developments over the past fortnight in terms of international travel some bad but also some good in summary getting back to australia over the next couple of months unfortunately looks like it could be hotter than ever but this finally light at the end of the tunnel with talk now of opening up. Australia's international borders at least for some states by the end of this year. There's been a lot to take in so joining me now. To dissect it all is travel agent and regular guest on this podcast. Allan lamb from netwave. Trevor woke mellon so back in july listeners. Might remember the sterling government javier. The number of passengers allowed to arrive each week into each of the different states and so the arrival caps before july would there were three thousand spots a week into sydney melbourne and brisbane with age taking in one thousand people and perth and adelaide were taking in five hundred thirty passengers. H week bought from july when the government half those caps that reduced And the so. The number of passengers allowed to come in on commercial. Flights into sydney was leave. One thousand five hundred a week. Melbourne brisbane dropped down to five hundred passengers. Awake and perth adelaide. Down to only two hundred sixty five eighty per week. The impact of that was already quite devastating but that was only supposed to be until the end of august. Sadly last week the australian government extended those halved arrived caps until now the end of october and that in fact they didn't even have the courtesy of announcing this publicly. What they did is they just informed the airlines and the airlines have now had to stop dumping twenty seven thousand. People in total of flights. Were booked on over the next two months ellen. What does this mean overall in terms of flights to australia. Unfortunately we've seen a lot of flights get canceled. Four raza timber and in some cases. The of started cancelling fraud type as well as even that reduction kept now in places where the toyota That means that a little flat to being played cancelled and the can't cancelled innocence operating That means is. I know your passengers being carried and the cap is now low at two hundred sixty five seeing some of these carry about ten passengers and often the majority of these business plus fortunately with adelaide is not as many airlines flying in. So because it's mainly qatar airways flying they tend to be taking a hard number sir about thirty forty passes per week into add

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Protests Against Covid Restrictions Turn Violent in Melbourne, Australia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Protests Against Covid Restrictions Turn Violent in Melbourne, Australia

"Aren't happy and are rioting. Angry scenes in Melbourne, Australia, six police hospitalist 200 people arrested As a protest against lockdown gets out of hand. No one should be protesting at this time Police Chief Commissioner Shane Pattern It's just ridiculous to think that people would be so selfish income and do this. It follows a day of greater covid positive numbers and greater restrictions at a curfew now being introduced Scott Maimon for CBS News, Brisbane, Australia According to the

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Whats Hotel Quarantine Like in Australia?

AFF on AIR Podcast

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Whats Hotel Quarantine Like in Australia?

"The whole story about how you ended up in hertel corentin in itself is really quite unfortunate. Pap how come. You ended up in quarantine. Well originally when i book my flight on didn't have a great big long layover like i ended up with While i was in darwin i ended up. Having my flights changed for different time. I think it was the last change not long before i left. Darwin that gave me a layover of twenty three hours. Twenty five minutes in melbourne. And i thought to myself well. I am not staying in the epo for all that time with that. Thinking of any of the light problem that might occur. I just booked myself into the closest mitchell that could which was the ibis airport motel which is six hundred meters away. And yes. I've just had a look at the on. The map. pins like the ibis budget hotel at melbourne airport is basically within the april precinct. It's a short walk from terminal and it's you know it is the only hotel around albany. Puerto says it's not quiet currently quarantined. I tell us it would have been the only option for an overnight stop but queensland consider that to be entering carpet hotspot. Yes and i didn't really a look should have done more research before i left because i didn't attempt to fill in the queensland boorda pass until i actually arrived in melvin so that was when my panic started when i was in the hotel and sort of read started to read the instructions and that you know have i transited through a hot spot and i thought well. Currently melvin is a hot spot. It wasn't went. Ibew the tickets and another thing that i thought was a beat. We'd was that. Why would virgin have put me on a flight that went via from darwin to melbourne. Full that long and then debris brisbane. The next day knowing that melbourne was out spot.

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"brisbane" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"brisbane" Discussed on The Signal

"Full time lucky. Barcelona out for the unsuccessful in nine hundred twenty four nine hundred thirty six and nineteen two elizabeth. How the president of the international olympic committee one antonio semmering broke the news to a conference in those organisers. Your dues you delevingne yet. Minnesota catherine i love you. Do on the move. Do you weight these celebrations there. Okay so basler. Learn is olympic success in nineteen ninety-two is attributable. To the fact that the games really did put boss learn on the map rather than just promising to and then the fact that the games coincided with a massive redesign of the city of two decades of neglect from the national government in madrid which probably not that apply to brisbane in twenty thirty two. Although there's still time and as you probably gleaned by now andrew doesn't think that most places that host the olympics get as much out of it as they put in but he does have some ideas for how the games could become more sustainable. Well i suppose there is an option away for that presents itself in an obvious way and you can sort of see it in. La re entering the fray in the next decade and that is that the olympics would just be hosted by cities that already have the infrastructure in place and that would make it a more sustainable proposition is. Is that the way. We're heading well. I hope so. I hope so that you know politics will get no way of rationality quite often but You know los angeles is in a unique circumstance because not only is it a very large the second largest city in the united states but it has one or two teams in every every one of the professional sports leagues and has two major sport oriented universities at ucla usc it has at n utilized very modern campus. They have modern. Dormitories will serve as the olympic village. They also have the other stuff. You need an olympic village is unique athletic training facilities unique polyclinics. You need restaurants entertainment areas. They've got all of that. So if you hold the summer olympics. July and august won't twenty twenty eight in la. The ucla is not in session so they don't have to build an olympic village. Now that's something very special. It'd be it'd be very hard for another city to come along and not only have all the venues but also have a modern campus right next to the athletic venues that can be used every summer. Having any games permanently in a city like los angeles or building olympic infrastructure. Perhaps in greece straps in another country and using that as a permanent venue toast games makes a lot of sense economically make sense politically environmentally and socially. But i think that the i o c two hundred one hundred two members of the c. Their importance in life and their importance in the world their power and prestige in the world as coming from their role in selecting host cities. Every four years. So i don't think it's going to be easy to convince them on rational grounds that something like that should be done. So andrew taking all of this Taking stock of all of this. it sounds lack. Brisbane has just made a quite expensive mistake well again. I think that that's likely but i. I haven't studied brisbane yet. I and i'm sure that they have still a lot of plans to develop so before. I pronounced myself clearly on that question. I i would want a little bit more information but if i had if i had to guess at this point i would say yes. It's it's it's not going to provide the benefits that have been touted. That did the signal this week. Email is the signal at abc dot net a you. Please do get in touch with any feedback or story ideas that you have and we'll be back in you fade on monday. Then have a good weekend bye. You've been listening to. Abc podcast discover more great abc. Podcasts live radio and exclusives on the abc listen app.

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"brisbane" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

16:17 min | 4 months ago

"brisbane" Discussed on The Signal

"This is an abc podcast. The international olympic committee the honor to announce the games of the thirty fifth pie. Awardee to winning always feels goods even if being the only one left in. The rice does spoil the buzz a beach. So why was brisbane. The only city in contention to host the twenty thirty two olympics. And could it be that the rest of the world nor is something that australia doesn't. I'm angela and i'm steven smiley and today on the signal we're often told that hosting the olympics brings the host city fortune fame and decades of bragging rights but does the dot back that up. And if it doesn't what does that mean for the future of the olympic games. Brisbane have good is queensland and hazardous. Friday congratulate the twenty thirty two guys. The paralympics are coming to brisbane in twenty thirty two. It's playing a great partnership to get us to this point a lot of work to do to go now in the future but australia once again. Brisbane right up front will be the showcase for one amazing nation. We are all together all in all four to twenty thirty two. How good proper so traditionally success has many fathers and brisbane successful olympic speed for twenty. Thirty two is bearing that out because there is no shortage of people standing up to lay claim to its parenthood. Yeah so in. Addition to the prime minister scott morrison you also have the australian olympic committee chairman and international olympic committee vice president john coates and nominee national olympic committees have the privilege of hosting the summer olympic games really olympic times three times and in my case the second today the second contract that i signed. There's also the lord mayor of brisbane..

Australian PM Labels Anti-Lockdown Protests as 'Self-Defeating'

BBC Newsday

00:12 sec | 4 months ago

Australian PM Labels Anti-Lockdown Protests as 'Self-Defeating'

"The Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has condemned Saturday's protests against lockdown in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. He said they were selfish and self defeating and had risked spreading

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney, Several Arrested

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney, Several Arrested

"There were clashes today between police and protesters in sydney australia. Thousands defied stay at home order and march to the city's downtown protesting against lockdown measures even as corona virus cases rise in sydney new south wales as a whole they're also protests today and melbourne adelaide. And brisbane

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Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

The Newsroom

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Thousands Protest Lockdown in Sydney Amid COVID-19 Surge

"People have been arrested in Sydney as thousands of anti lockdown protesters breached Covid 19 restrictions in the center of Australia's biggest city. Demonstrations have also taken place in Melbourne and Brisbane. 14 million Australians are under strict stay at home orders as the authorities struggle to contain a surge in Delta variant. In fact, Our correspondent in Sydney, Phil Mercer told me more about the protests. The New South Wales police minister is a man called David Elliott. And he says that there were 3.5 1000 very selfish. Boof heads on the streets of Sydney today, buff head is an Australian colloquialism. Meaning idiots, and I'm sure that there will be many millions of Australians in lockdown who will agree with those sentiments? Clearly, there is frustration in the community. There is anger. There is uncertainty. There is on fear as well concerned about the slow rates of vaccinations in this country, but most Australians are pretty compliance. Trying to do the right things. So the authorities very concerns about these events in Sydney today and in Melbourne and Brisbane Health officials saying that these large protests in those three Australian cities will put lives at risk.

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Australia To Host Olympics After Brisbane Confirmed for 2032 Games

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR Programming

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Australia To Host Olympics After Brisbane Confirmed for 2032 Games

Australia To Host Olympics After Brisbane Confirmed for 2032 Games

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR Programming

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Australia To Host Olympics After Brisbane Confirmed for 2032 Games

Queensland Oaks Day Review

Three Wide No Cover

02:18 min | 6 months ago

Queensland Oaks Day Review

"Love that Coins and rice is in the spotlight in the moment. Julius i think we'll run with that banana pronunciation Was very well. Backed and very impressive in the us did sunday. Dinner of the map to. We'll get to that very shortly. Let's start with the track. Helpline now is a good for all across to made us that. I brought it an extra two for this week. Good for now issue. They attended twenty collectively. But it had no impact on these rights to run and look. I thought rice really failure. I'm not suggesting. I've got my hitter in the track did same to rice. Fairly you had a couple of points you wanted to mention just with natural ruler in the last rites with rocketing boy on maybe where the jockeys toward the part of the chocolates. He had the option account at Edward with rocketing blind elected to guy state of the middle some thinking that there was probably four lines in the middle of the track the jockeys really narrowing they focus on. That was the best granted. And yeah you automatically going to say are the fences off. The ball. came back on the inside back in the last hundred. Zd drift dad. Back into that sort of middle line may be. The riott wasn't applies to bay but the track rights fair and we would just be looking for excuses for horses. If we're looking now. I think that's a really good point. I think they'll go an extra two maters. I read broke day with a couple of group. Think he'll be at four maters next week. Let's start with rice. One be the rights of the day. It is the rise to follow differently. He benny quarter second. So i'd standard time. I only moderate tempo. Twenty two six four four hundred eleven four eight last two hundred best of the day boy. Incentivize has absolutely going through the roof. Six fifty in the photos hours fifty four dollars fifty saturday morning into three dollars. Twenty market just wanted to be all over these hoes and well we might have unearthed. These won't be this mommy. So's waiting for these holes. The two candidate in brisbane may be a mid wake. I was pretty came to back. And then i'll do the form set down. It's twenty two hundred back died in the right setup. it didn't really matter it didn't have anything else. While early in the rice that was caught wants anthony and it was a co two guy ford. Yeah because it wasn't haza tampa on the right side. Holden wouldn't have mattered in lead. He was on the road horse but he makes that decision no matter the horse the decision matt other

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Frequent Flyer Points & FBT  AIR061

AFF on AIR Podcast

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Frequent Flyer Points & FBT AIR061

"And sadly we've had yet another reminded this week that the pandemic is not over yet. With melvin backing lockdown for seven days as a result most is trillion states territories except new south wales as well as new zealand have re imposed border restrictions on travellers from melvin from victoria. Despite this domestic travel in australia overrule has recovered pretty well and infect over the past fortnight all of the majors trillion airlines have announced even more new domestic flight routes from august qantas will had direct flights from adelaide to townsville cans and hide as well as sydney and know when to townsville and gold coast quotas will also resume its own flights from sydney to larou- From march next year adding a second option of and jetstar in addition quotas will soon be flying more airbus dahlan during the peak upcoming dry-season qantas will fly three cities from sydney and brisbane dow up to twice a day. And once a day from melvin stone and that means that. If you're flying from darwin to sydney oh been on one of those overnight red eye flights for business class he might get a life flatbed qantas also upgraded one of its daily sydney to perth. Flights to a boeing seven. Eight seven from this week. The seven eight seven has forty to lie flat business class seats that a normally used on international long haul flights and the planes are also fitted with premium economy cabin now qantas point be selling the premium economy seats so instead they going to be available to select for free as long as they're still available by gold platinum and platinum one frequent flyers. So that's nice little upgrade if you flying on q. f. six four five from sydney to perth or q. F. six eight from perth to sydney this week also the launch of quotas embraer one ninety flights operated by alliance. Eight lines on the adelaide. Alice springs at darwin and adelaide routes and if member goes by the handle of fly doc was on the inaugural flight from adelaide alice springs and they described as perfectly adequate.

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Berlin-Tel Aviv 2036 Olympics Would Be ‘a Mark of Reconciliation’

The Promised Podcast

01:42 min | 8 months ago

Berlin-Tel Aviv 2036 Olympics Would Be ‘a Mark of Reconciliation’

"Come to the promised. Podcast brought to you on t. Lv one the voice of the city. That was just proposed as a possible venue for the twenty thirty six olympics which will be the thirty sixth modern olympics now that the international olympic committee just decided that the thirty fifth olympiad in twenty thirty two will be in brisbane australia. The twenty thirty six games are now for bid. The proposal was floated. in last. week's berliner morgenpost in a column written by franck koale ski a lead organizer of the two thousand and eighteen european track and field championships in berlin and ricard ming. The president of the german olympic association. The two men began by observing. What maybe obvious that berlin could not host the twenty thirty six games because berlin hosted the nineteen thirty six weeks which were by then german. Chancellor adolf hitler and held in stadiums festooned with swastikas. You may remember. There was some unpleasantness back. Then so berlin is out or is it. Kurowski wrote quote so why not send a completely new strong signal of peace and reconciliation in twenty thirty six a signal that does not hide from history but takes up the responsibility that comes from it. It would be such a signal. If and israel apply together more precisely berlin and tel aviv with the sailing and surfing competitions on the eastern mediterranean but also with other sports such as beach volleyball in israel's lively metropolis as a clear signal of how responsibility arises from

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Suddenly, the Brisbane outbreak looks a lot more worrying

Coronacast

01:41 min | 8 months ago

Suddenly, the Brisbane outbreak looks a lot more worrying

"Here in brisbane. At least nome. I mean snap. Three-day looked down which actively contradicts the headline that we had on yesterday's podcast episode. Does how does it feel. It's really weird to be back where we were coming into east last year like they've even close schools. My kids are going to be at high over the next few days coming into look and honestly a very selfishly considering what the rest of the world is dealing with. I really kinda thought we would have had this leaked by now like it's been more than a year. We've got vaccines like when are we actually gonna say them getting to the stage where we don't need to have a lock down because we're we're well covered by vaccination. Here's some people are saying. Well there be a lockdown or should they have done it earlier and the public opinion swings around a lot on this. And let's just take the the arguments for and against so. Let's just take yesterday's discussion just to justify ourselves in our existence. there's a good contact tracing system. They seem to be on top of it although there was this long gap between the medical registered getting of the princess alexandra and these new cases emerging so that's a lot of potential there for this to spread the did seem to be getting onto the didn't seem to be many cases and then what happened. What happened yesterday and it's unclear. What would have happened by the time. You're listening to this podcast. Krona cast war has emerged but it was just looking a little bit wild yesterday. Where you've got people who moved into new south wales who'd gone up to gladstone. Not being quite sure haven't tied down what has happened in terms of context context moving forward and therefore the logical thing to do was in fact just to lock down for two three days to contact. Tracers can chop hard. Though that

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What happens if you get the wrong dose?

Coronacast

02:38 min | 10 months ago

What happens if you get the wrong dose?

"And so norman vaccine relative happening the government indicated earlier this week. That in the role that they were going to be mistakes made and we saw one of your day. We saw an idea year old man and a ninety four year old woman in brisbane though given the incorrect dose of the five vaccine and they're not sure it's all under investigation at the moment. They may have been given up to four times the amount of vaccine. So can you guys on a vaccine is it. Is it a safety problem. And what have health authorities done right and wrong in this situation. Well the first thing i want to do is give a huge shy type on this to both the commonwealth and queensland health because this is the textbook way so if you are feeling a corpus are unsettled about this in terms of the rollout of the vaccine i on the other hand find this reassuring hugely reassuring because what happened here was. Let's just go through it. There was a mistake. Made the nurse notice it and called it out and the authorities have not hidden it. They've been transparent about it and there's going to be an investigation and we'll learn from it. That's exactly the way safety and quality should work in healthcare. Mistakes will occur all the time. This just not happen more than once. It's unfortunate for the people who experienced them but human error is inevitable but the way to deal with it. Is that anybody who sees a mistake. Be able to call it out so for example if you're a daughter scrub nursing theater and you see a senior surgeon to making a mistake you call them out on and you are transparent about it. You don't hide it and so nothing has been hidden here since gives me huge confidence that the system is going to be safe and protect against human error. So i'm i'm reassured. By second thing is what about the man and the woman who were immunized. Is this a risk for them. The have been trials of the pfizer vaccine where they have tried out higher doses and my understanding is that those higher doses where safe did not produce side effects. And i think what's happened probably over. The course of the trial is to preserve the vaccine. They've tried to fight the lowest does. That's most effective and that'll be the does that's being administered. Not in theory. You could possibly get out of over reaction in the immune system. That's possible particularly with these mini vaccines but the fact that these people are elderly. They've got reduced immunity in the first place. And it's unlikely you're going to get that problem so you can have problems with too much vaccine. But hopefully they will be fine

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How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped

AFF on AIR Podcast

03:54 min | 10 months ago

How to Fly to Australia Without Getting Bumped

"From the past fortnight and fiscally wrecks and virgin. Australia have become embroiled in a bitter price. War ahead of wrecks launching. Boeing seven. Three seven flights between mellon. See in just over a week from monday. The first of march rex will fly five times a day between siemian. Melvin using least ex. Virgin australia boeing seven. Three seven eight. Hundred's rex had started selling economy seats for seventy nine dollars. One way and business class from two hundred ninety nine dollars but last week. Rick steves candidates prices even further to forty nine dollars in economy or one hundred ninety nine dollars for business costs which is kind of unheard of that price includes checked baggage for all passengers and a snack and drink onboard including for economy. Close now that sale ends on the twenty eighth of february and covers travel dates throughout much virgin australia quickly matched with forty nine dollar economy costs and one hundred ninety nine dollar business clawsf as as well traveled during much. Jetstar is now selling nobody flights from thirty nine dollars one way which is even cheaper. Although that price does not include checked baggage qantas meanwhile has reduced. Its economy class ticket. Prices on that rejoicing. Much to one hundred and ten dollars although business class fares during much still quite high at nine hundred twenty three dollars said clearly not matching on price at the moment and pats qantas feels like it doesn't have to match on price because it recently introduced hot meals during Meal times on many domestic routes in economy class and it will bring them back on old remaining routes from next month in addition alcoholic beverages. Complimentary on all qantas flights previously. They were free on. Some routes like sydney to perth or any route of camera. But on other routes like the fullness city fly routes in brisbane to melvin for example that will only free off to four pm on weekdays. The change means that you no longer need to grab six dollars from your wallet. If you'd like a glass of wine or a beer on conan's flight even if you're flying in economy quantities also bring out a limited edition. Centennary henry beer which is brewed by james squire qantas. This week announced three domestic routes which will begin operating on the first of april. The regional subsidiary qantas link will operate the new direct flights between melbourne and coughs. Haba brisbane in coffs harbour and camera to balance byron bay vision. Australia also announced two new routes this week which will be operated over the easter school holidays and maybe extended as long as state borders remain. Open his demand. Those flights will be from melvin to ballerina and from adelaide to the sunshine. Coast qantas invasion astray. We have also both extended the flexibility available on new domestic flight. Bookings with both airlines bookings made any time. Until at least the thirtieth of april can be changed and unlimited number of times without paying any feats until the end of january next year. He can say cheese to cancel for credit voucher without paying any extra fees. Similar flexibility also applies to reward bookings made using frequent flyer points except the e channel say cancelled as for a full refund of the points and taxes without paying any fees overseas now in the national carrier of namibia and was placed into liquidation. Last week all flights were cancelled and bookings were taken down on the namibian government decided that the airlines mounting debt had become unsustainable although covid nineteen has worsened enemy is financial problems. It was already in financial trouble for quite a fees before now there were media reports that any maybe a could immediately declares insolvency back in september of two thousand and nineteen although those were denied by the airline at the time and it continued to operate until now despite fifteen of the airlines. Nineteen routes being estimated to be loss-making enemy. Be a

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Dissecting Webflow With Digital Marketing Specialist Lachlan Kirkwood

The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

08:53 min | 10 months ago

Dissecting Webflow With Digital Marketing Specialist Lachlan Kirkwood

"So this episode armed joined by kirkwood luck is a digital marketing specialists based knee may in brisbane and much like may as background working across tech startups and digital agencies. He's responsible for utilizing the latest digital marketing strategies to enhance conversion outcomes. Luck also runs. Click truro platform to help digital marketers. Connect with jobs they love. I love the idea of that because there is much quake out there but it's not always loved doing so i love that idea lachlan. Welcome to the episode. Thank you very exotic jumping boom crite. Sorry laughlin has the company web flow. And we're gonna pull apart web flow from the outside from a market his point of view we look at what we love what we hate what we're curious about. We don't understand what we think to better and we're going to see if we can work basically web flow from the outside what marketing is doing it. Also a little bit about the that whole space about web design and non code and everything behind that and that movement so lachlan for those people playing along at high. Can you tell us a little bit about web. Fly before we dig into it. Yeah absolutely so. We're pretty ubiquitous right now in the tech industry. It's pretty much interrupting the whole no code. Move it on over the past couple of years and it really has been in the past twelve months that no codes taken. The wolves stolman essentially. What occurred is just tools that allow you to build products without having to actually see kurt itself. So it's almost like visual programming and this certainly being tools out there for years. Things like wordpress that it'd been able to do that full people but the tools a getting won't powerful these days or you can create user accounts and just like dynamic content across websites and being around for a very very long time. Actually it's been through many iterations. I think it was in two thousand and nine found. Start working on it. But the reason. I guess it's gotten so big is because the whole creator right now is booming especially throughout covert wherever almost starting to explore what it could be to build their own businesses and people without technical experience. More in pal emba build anything in the space of a couple of weeks and the other big reason is that the tackles better so you can scale things much better on no code these days much easier to design things with custody. Assess without even having to know how to write. Css and two boys strengths. That's what they specialize in the most. And the reason i chose web flows. Because i'm actually contracting for a company called bubble and they one of the other leaders in the no code base is actually one of our competitors is that i for years have worshipped his marketing strategy. I think what they're doing is absolutely fantastic. So i always take inspiration from one day doing and try to add a little fight onto it if bobble great so this space that i love when something like no code is invented because like you said it already existed my people already using. He said wordpress. Maybe they had weeks or squarespace. And you know he wasn't given a name and then marketers and advertising and branding type people were always brilliant at taking something and then it already existed to a certain degree and then creating a little definition around creating a movement was wet flow. Did you say they jumped onto the nike. Instead of position cells around that or would you think will instrumental of really pushing the whole non code movement hit by the found. That bubble actually didn't prefer or didn't like the cut because they thought it was like another blockchain kind of hardwood before using so they prefer visual program because that is descriptive. As to what it is way floor didn't coined the term. I think the community just started giving it that night because they wanted names for like who they would not software developers but there will so people who can build software so what you call them so they just started calling himself. No code is and where floor really saw about as an offer changes to kinda mold that identity within the industry and they started using that pretty commonly throughout debris raining. They'll using i know they have no code. Which is like yield conference the no code space which the first people to coin so yeah definitely been writing that way and trying to push that as much as they can now and even a problem. Now we're really starting to embrace the whole code movement and use that within content that we share. So let's let's get a little bit into that besides just heads completely around it so people who in one sense no code is in the fact that they they built a website on wakes card but actually the designer of code starts to feel to me like somebody who has an appreciation of code all the need for bespoke but doesn't actually code the base back end. Because when i look at web flood look at their interface. It's a bit more complex. It's not it's not week there is card. You can just go in there and you can adjust by the pixel you can change something from sixteen pixels. Seventeen pixels you can. Actually edit the actual definitions is not just drag and drop is that. Is that how carter defines themselves. It's it's more than just not cutting with no card. That's almost like a simple version. This is much more. It's a bit like being vegan. Not just about not eating animal products. It's about the movement of veganism. No code is basically the vegan so the coding world further point. Do they then shout about. I don't like vikings yes. Yes and yes absolutely on the avid note of myself. And the reason. I contract bob because i was using bubble for year and eventually ended up just out the founders and often producing more full them so i guess i fit quite nicely into the digital market out. My background in tech sought ups. I can read some strings of code. But i definitely can't write anything. Hdl's probably the furtherest. My knowledge goes to. But i certainly have an appreciation for it. I know how important it is and yet there is definitely staple learning cove to tools like web particularly bubble because bubble. You're actually writing logic. You just don't see the java script that you're writing it just visually for you. But it certainly does take quite a bit on the senate and the one of the reasons that i love web blow it so much and i'm happy to dive into the sun is just the amount of content created around education for even just like on boarding people to that product is phenomenal. I think that's one of the reasons why eighty so while you let's trump strains that so what i always do. My first love of marketing was seo. That's the first discipline i got gotten. So my depot position is eight sticker dominion and have a look and look at it and kind of guys. Sixty three thousand referring domains. Thirty five million back lanes but whatever that's worth but five hundred and ten thousand six hundred eighty seven organic monthly traffic. So i'm looking at. Nih risk worth one point six million dollars worth of sea traffic right so good start but to your point you know that half a million organic keywords. That comes from amazing content and that content that goes beyond sort of someone searching for no code web design till this is about understanding the pain points of a persona and giving first and then sort of building from matt can you. You've obviously looked more at the may what what do you feel like. They content strategy is for this particular persona so it wasn't a casa Previously in haas about the found is all web flow and when they initially started a business the actual personas that they created and it was two of them that they just laser focused on. That was all. They focused on building for and the main one was a an existing software. Developer knows how to write code. He knows how sorry they know. How to build custom websites or prox- but they just want a streamline that time so they might be a freelance that might have an agency and they can only just. I'd sell that time for money. And you know the time it takes to build a custom. Product is just much longer than it is to build it on web play with have existing templates or you can just drag and drop elements so that was one of the main problems that we're going to solve the thing you'll notice on that blog is suddenly post a low content around like the industry but then may educational content. Is things like a series where they actually educate those uses. All those personas on how to better themselves. So they've got like a blog series for building Agency oil building a website with good. Seo or even if you're building a costume e stole just how to build that still but how did you first customers how to build your attention with customers how to create a u x so that way you know your conversion rate increases so they really want that cost us to succeed and i think that's why we're succeed so

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When Could Normal Travel Resume

AFF on AIR Podcast

04:21 min | 11 months ago

When Could Normal Travel Resume

"Fifty two of af on and the first episode for two thousand and twenty one. It's saturday the twenty third of january. Happy new year firstly. And i hope you had a nice break over the christmas holiday period when i recorded the lost episode on the twelfth of december two thousand and twenty things looking really good in australia there was just one state border closed. It was judiciary put on christmas day and that border from south australia westminster. We did infact to reopen on schedule but sadly we own i things otherwise. Didn't quite go to plan. They was Nineteen outbreak in sydney's northern beaches. Shortly after that last episode went to air and there were also small outbreaks in melbourne brisbane. Over the summer which have caused havoc with state border restrictions. The holidays so where are we now will later in the episode. We'll look in more detail at the current state border restrictions and also coming up. We'll discuss when international borders might be able to reopen and win. Travel might be able to return to normal as well as the plight of trillions currently trying to get home and yes. You've probably noticed that the podcast does have a new intro believe it or not af on a recently celebrated its second birthday so we decided it would be a good time to freshen up things be with some new music and also a new podcast artwork which he might see if you're listening to this episode on a podcast streaming service. The background image. By the way the police sky in the puffy white clouds is actually a photo that i took somewhere. In japan on japan airlines flight took care a couple of years ago. This is the first major change we have made since the very first episode was released in december. Two thousand eighteen so hope you like it and although the podcast might sound a little different now dowry we're not making any changes to the podcast format. Well as always. Let's begin this episode with a roundup of the latest alien and frequent flyer news and today there is more news to talk about than usual since it has been over a month since the last episode. Well let's start with an update on the qantas and virgin australia. Airport lounges quotas has now reopened thirty of its thirty five domestic. Airport lounges. Well virginis trulia has now reopened five of the seven lounges. Eight plans to reopen virgins lounges. And now back up and running in brisbane sydney melbourne the gold coast and perth one. Although virgin is currently only using the apple level of it sending lounge and in melbourne passengers being sent to what used to be agents. Vip club lounge. I visited the brisbane lounge a couple of times over the summer break and well it was nice to be back in the lounge and it was pretty quiet and social. Distancing was observed. Well unfortunately the catering was very limited. There was no hot food just a few basics like syria and muffins in the morning and they were sandwiches in the evening and despite the limited food virgin is also now banned lounge guests from bringing in outside food. But i'm pleased to say that the barista's station was opened. The coffee was excellent and beer and wine was also available after twelve pm unfortunately both corners and virgina now restricting lounge access on a rival so passages that have just come off a flight and neither a-line between full nick hamas of the change when they made them. Virgin australia has hasn't read the benefit for business costs flies. Platinum and goldman is indefinitely while qantas doesn't really seem to have a policy. Although many quotas platinum members who should be allowed to use the lounge off to they arrive at nation have reported that they were denied entry. Virgin australia has now updated their website but qantas has not meanwhile quotas has permanently closed all of its airport meeting rooms and it is permanently closing. Its valet parking services in brisbane and adelaide airport in some happy news. Qantas will launch flights on seven. New regional routes in early two thousand and twenty one and cl including two to new destinations qantas announced a raf of new regional routes late. Last year for melvin to newcastle marin bela mount gambia woke up and aubrey quavos. Top flats from sydney to griffith and from adelaide to mount gambia. The knee flights will be operated by cornices regional subsidiary qantas link the announcement enraged regional rival wrecks. Which currently has a monopoly on many of those routes prompting rex to complain once again to the triple c. Corrects which is about to start boeing. Seven three seven flights on qantas invasions lucrative golden triangle reads complains that quotas trying to force it out of its profitable. Regional routes

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Embracing sexuality as a person of faith with Pastor Alex Pittaway

The Gays Are Revolting

04:19 min | 11 months ago

Embracing sexuality as a person of faith with Pastor Alex Pittaway

"We're joined by alex piece away. Who is a gay passer from. He's been alex welcome. Thanks so much. I wanna ask you now. You are a reverend. what do we call you. Is it like the queen. Reverend i after all look just postures just alex titles such ranks so called. Alex lit for the lord. Sure what god one bless you. I've never heard that you discover the podcast through gay christian bible study. I think there has to be the first time anyone had about the gays revolting through a christian bible. Study that you know of in a positive It was actually It was the first month that i moved to brisbane and someone who's a really great Sort of leader in our church. He was running a group. A bible study for gay christians and he affectionately called homo group and he invited me along one night because a lot of people in my church go there. And so we We're looking at a pace of scripture which talks about being counter cultural as a reference point. It was this podcast And people were discussing. What gaza garage in the vein of being sort of counter cultural. And they're sort of version of counter. Cultural will being counter cultural by being quia by being gay by being lgbt. I and Being christian being spiritual at the same time And so yeah it was. it was through here that That i i had it Gosh that would have been way back in two thousand eighteen. I think july august. And how long have we been doing show by we've shed a lot of biblical moments on. It's not a surprise to me that they might be studying your trips to wait on. Wellington dotting the alex. You're the possible for church. Made up mostly of lgbt on people who've been rejected from mainstream churches yes so Mcc has been around in brisbane for forty five years And you know we've been cold at the church For gay people We've been cold especially during the eighties and nineties. The the church that has aids We have an aids quilt by sydney congregation in brisbane congregation. And for a while we were the only people who would do funerals for people who died of aids in nineteen eighty s and ninety s And we lost about one third of all of pastas globally. hiv aids. Yes so we're very much a church run by the people. It's called dumb. If you're a church history node like me then Congregational model of church. Which means that the church decides the pasta is the church decides what direction even what beliefs the church has is very much a grassroots organization. And it's not so much sort of top heavy pasta decides everything Organizations is much more much more grassroots than that overall. Unfortunately in australia the landscape spiritually is very very tough for gay people. I think melbourne is probably the most a gay affirming city in terms of church. Wise there are just many many more gay affirming congregations. When i say affirming it means you don't just have to sit at the back and we'll take your money but don't you think that you can get married or anything else. It's people know we will do your marriage. We will Support your relationships we. We're not trying to secretly ten. You straight we don't think you're going to hell. And we fully welcome you. So there's many of those In melbourne including mcc melbourne including several anglican churches several uniting churches in sydney. This probably about five or six in brisbane. There's just three out of hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of churches. And it's it's sad because you know in america despite america being a much more conservative place in indianapolis the city that i studied in to be a pasta. There are something like thirty five. Well affirming churches

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Twenty years of climate extremes

The Science Show

06:35 min | 1 year ago

Twenty years of climate extremes

"The year two thousand and twenty was always going to be a tantalizing horizon for future thinkers even at symmetry conjures the clear-sightedness and precision of twenty twenty vision. Too which policymakers in resist manages. Always aspire twenty years ago. Most of southern australia was still in the group of the millenium drought. The dry conditions broke records around the nation. Perth stems where their lowest. Since the first world war and the southeast of the country was on its way to the dryest shania period since recordkeeping began as the bureau of meteorology. Put it at the time. This was the nation's first climate change drought. That observation came hot. On the heels of the third assessment report of the intergovernmental panel on climate change which made headlines around the world with this conclusion that there is new and stronger evidence that most of the global warming observed over the last fifty years is attributable to human activities if suburban households become complacent about the household woody's than the drought was a wakeup call across the nation. Education campaigns and water saving devices joined water restrictions in an effort to ease pressure on limited urban water supplies in melbourne for instance the voluntary target. One five five campaign aimed more than half the daily water consumption of residents by encouraging shorter showers while imposing strict limits on watering gardens washing the car. Brisbane went even further aiming to reduce residential would consumption to one hundred and forty liters of water per person per day. The rain water tank in grey water. Recycling became suburban. Must haves offering the means to keep gardens green in trying conditions as the damn levels so lower and lower state governments turned desalination with perth leading the way in two thousand six a prospect that was unthinkable just a decade earlier other states took notice and before long desalination plants were on the drawing board for the gold coast sydney melbourne and adelaide. But for the most part by the time those projects were completed. The rains had returned to the east coast and the plants built. There were dismissed as wipe elephants journalist. Chris noticed this change in the weather himself as he reflected in the updated edition of his book on the murray darling basin in two thousand and ten browsing through his local bookshop. He'd realized that he's book. The river somehow migrated from the environment and ecology section where. It's just six months ago to a new place on the history shows even so this record linear rainfall that broke the millenium. Drought did not turn back the clock. A drying trend continued across the south of the continent particularly in the southwest. Where winter rains had been in decline since the nineteen seventies julian part to human induced climate change indeed while eastern australia record high levels of rainfall in late twenty ten and in twenty eleven perth and much of southwestern austrailia experienced record dry weather. This is just some of the challenges of planning for both climate variability and climate change on a continent of extremes. It's been looking ahead into the future. That's being one of the ways in which ustralian have long tried to come to terms with this continent of extreme climate variability in twenty eleven. The climate commission released its first report declaring that australia was facing the critical decade back. Then of course. The climate commission was a federal government body established under the gillard government but it was dissolved under the abbott government. Soon after its election in two thousand thirteen the decade to twenty twenty. The climate commission's report argued was critical in terms of meeting the two degrees celsius guardrail by curbing emissions of carbon dioxide in the decade to twenty twenty global emissions had to be well on track to reaching by twenty fifty to limit the planet's warming taking the temperature on the nation's progress towards this goal in twenty seventeen the climate council the independent body that rose from the ashes of the climate commission declared that australia was now known as global climate lagged already the concentration of carbon dioxide emissions had tipped over four hundred parts per million higher than at any other time for millions of us and the planet's temperature was over one degree higher than temperatures before the industrial revolution of the eighteenth century. The report warned that the window of opportunity to limit worsening climate impacts is closing and already climate events were getting worse pointing not only to bush fires and hate waves but also to drought and drying across the south of the continent. Just as the gun. I report of two thousand. Eight and countless other scientific studies had predicted two thousand and nineteen was the driest year since records began in one thousand nine hundred and it was the country's warmest year in fact all these since two thousand thirteen are among the ten warmest on record australia. The impact of climate changes lead to longer more intense fire seasons and an increase in the average number of elevated fire weather days as measured by the forest fire danger index twenty nine thousand nine so the highest cumulated index on record fires have burned before an australian but never like those we saw over the summer. It's called comfort knowing that this disaster was nice surprise after all the two thousand eight garner report warned that fire seasons will start earlier and the slightly lighter and generally be more intense. This effect increases over time but should be directly observable by twenty twenty in another ten to twenty years time 2019 white. Be so unusual. Although this use emissions might be lower thanks to the covid lockdowns and the air might be cleaner. The concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere like carbon dioxide continues to rise and the period two thousand sixteen to twenty twenty looks set to be the warmest five year period on record. Unfortunately a few months of slowing down can't make up for the decades upon decades of greenhouse gas emissions that have accumulated in the atmosphere. He street is weighing heavily on the planet's climate future.

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"brisbane" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"brisbane" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"My guests today's facade John. WHO's professor of Law and society at Griffith University in Brisbane Australia. He's also adjunct professor of law at Queensland University of Technology and Research Associated University College Under Center for Blockchain Technologies, he who suggests on the Bloomberg professional globalization of law and the technology in law. But come John. Hello. Thank you. Sure. Yeah..

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"brisbane" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"brisbane" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"That you're doing i. I'm really big on retains Yang making sure. I'm I'm good balance in my life of as much as you can drain on his ear but yet on June my pilates my hearing girl my exercise forty minutes swimming pool. Who At maybe ten twenty minutes? You know you have my show ate my breakfast well looking at on email. Then it's really. Why have a cop now? Albreicht more lunch meaning working until ninety seven or sorry on then. What like puzzle bag two or three Al Wappler some of my reality TV sharing that I just honestly not handle too much might like to like really heavy so teixeira hardline that flint mining heavy on the stuff of what reality Into out. Sorry just doing. I'm watching the circle. The my mental. Sorry that's my lightest section. And then that's it. I'm just repeating on being that same thing every day. The bit monotonous but decide a unique break. But I have three silence to do when my proposal is just and I'm very good at like this is what have to do this way. Convinced to Jerry. Avoid being good okay. This is my major thing to do today. pay in smaller. Think so I'm being. I'm very good at for kissing of thumb on ninety maple but I'm finding that Dart learn very will line have adhd or something like that they just the farthest and they get a really odd for them but honestly still stung. Just the same thing Mr Home. Not Missing the Martha's or not having my rations thoughts that was really been so long and just a discounting to the smaller full on him but young getting like my pilates. Yoga softening really. Just that helps. Because I'm going to be something physical if I'm doing the morning. That helps you help up especially in the united. Someone anxious depressed on onsite about everything I realized suggests getting invent help to yeah. I've I've had a few friends actually here Two friends that have been struggled in the beginning because like they suddenly weren't able to go to the gym I'm one of my friends is basically been like altering his like jogging session based on like okay. Yesterday there were a few people out so now I'm going to have to go even earlier or whatever I'm just because he finds it has been helpful for him But yeah I know most of the stuff I've read so far. The routine is definitely a big part of it. Like I said like I'm really bad at it. I always have been but it hasn't been a big shift for me because I'm still working from home but I know like my sister is now suddenly working from home. And I think she's been finding it. Sorta strange and I think our cats are too. I've got a Lotta pictures of her cats late breaking out. I think yeah I think a lot of animals now are like what the hell is like. I'm glad that you're here. But you're ruining my routine like I'm supposed to be on your bed sleeping right now but now you go for a walk again. We've got to bodied soil struggles on the show. Just come along say related animal live. I will need you just tonight. Ten minutes in the morning huddle on Amazon of Masonic talented. My Dad's really NASA dislike needle until like really appreciate the legal thing not very..

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"brisbane" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"brisbane" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Know eighth year. Whatever down the road because I think some schools back home. They've just decided. Oh you're gonNA pass whatever grade you're in. You're just GonNa like the people that are about to finish twelve by last year. Slow on the the using year eleven months. If you think about like sorry we have. Now that you stop school from Menu unacquainted on the stop from you want so this year. I know it's affecting university because all the paperwork coming four where we misled the year paypal. So it'd be the Not As many people coming in as many of many physicians are wrong. They're thinking about just the flood on offense if you keep people back Only able to repeat A. He'll they thought it would just so much like low on effects and I don't think and think also My nephew he's he's doing really well missed and it would affect him somewhat. People that are struggling. Unlike a few of my friends Children with special names that look after the heart The head I need that teaches the auction site. Then they're missing out on the people the understanding things as well missing out so yeah. I'm old not just soon as you can obviously Choose yeah the I was I was thinking like could I even if I had a kid. There wouldn't be kid. They'd be like university. Could I teach? Spss IF I had to. I mean I like I can't even remember like long division. I mean because all that stuff we learned in high school in Elementary. Like I mean most of that now. I'm doing it on this thing. If they need to right arm that longer it some argument WANNA be teaching zoning and a few parents and said Oh what online twenty years ago and then that's not. How many because they were saying something along the lines of working out in your head new times type to workout Comment those Warrior then that sign nowadays anything just go straight to the answer without many working out at all so that was that was interesting. Yeah Yeah I've got. I've got a few friends who were dealing with little kids. And just and I think plus like at least at home and here like they're really pushing the social distancing and only going for required things so at home a lot of people have been pushing back on the fact that they think they should at least be able to like go for a walker like there was a story actually at home about family members in the states who got find like almost nine hundred dollars because they were all rollerblading in a parking lot and they're all living together like their family and there's no one else in the parking lot and a cop actually took like whatever was bothered by this and told them they were supposed to be social distancing no more than two people in a group water and gave them a ticket for almost nine hundred dollars out my he is one thousand four hundred ninety four almost and yet. It's you mentioned just two people. You can go exercise. You can go to the doctor. Joaquin in her centrum. I went to visit one of my friends because I had a lot of these busier so went to higher on the way she lives. The line of join went and got thank white foods. Eight back vice so you can do some sort of thing left by but yet it's not meant to be it. Know all the bachelors saying before acquaintances because a lot of the people in Brisbane..

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"brisbane" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"brisbane" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Hello old friend that. I've seen a few times before During the series. I'm actually hoping to talk to a lot of different people. Some who I haven't ever actually talked to. Maybe with the odd comment or tweet or whatever and some who. I've been lucky enough to meet in person and who have talked to online may times In this case you and I have met a few times and we've also talked online during in between those times well For anyone else. Who doesn't know you could you? Maybe just introduce yourself and will will get into it. Sounds a bit Ryan said about me being all double slide Ryan? An old friend like we reach recorded while online emmy met. We hung out on the data on the In Portland that are will might but dress that I born in Portland woke for you. Say Get excited. Everyone Iran on Vegas and fingers since two thousand five on a big twenty four. I don't know we still argue against the old thing between the two of US okay. I'm just I'm going to say I'm pretty sure. Bbc Wasn't a few years ago. I think it was a while co before. She doesn't know two thousand thirteen. Maybe was around the INSTAGRAM. I can't take it on looking to say. Two thousand three was a while ago. That was a different world. I mean obviously we're in a whole different world now but it was. Yeah so So right now where. Where are you speaking of the world? Sir? I mean around Brisbane in Queensland Sunshine State in Stralia on on. I'm not my heart's places emergent this year. I'm doing on my own university. Say I decided to do that. This year in the lobster tail and. I'm really glad that idea so I guess obviously from what I've been following in Australia. You know the the pandemic has hit There's definitely some concern and everything. Could you give me an idea? Maybe we just how things have changed over the last two to three months. I'm not sure when it first hit Austrailia but I think that's a pretty good timeframe for most places I think it was on the end lost month on and then on spicing that on the start of the AFL on season which be strenuous League that on Szeswith. Because we started the bus we had bus round. And then just halfway through the round on we said when continuing the save any more and that was pretty much the way off the kid bank to school and then just spiraled. I guess but yet We a lot of different states have different rules..

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"brisbane" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

14:03 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"So it's like if you can cut down trees you need to build your house and grow the food you need to eat for a year. Then you're farmer quote unquote. But that's more of a settler Eh. Really if you're a subsistence farmer than everybody has to. It'd be a farmer. Yeah exactly exactly because you're just growing the food for you just growing food for yourself. Yeah so it's like realizing that and again this probably feeds feeds back into the problem of why we have less and less farmers is is like we need more farmers so then or maybe the farms we have can just produce more and and so then less people have to farm produce a little bit more so less people far you know it feeds into itself. That's what I think we've been seeing I think so yeah So had I think it gets worse than when people start to demonize that yeah right yeah and actually criticized the beasts. They've created which is interesting. It's like if you want the farms to be smaller. Go start farming. Maybe the answer. I don't know what what does it feel like to be at this place where you have this growing understanding of not just the science not just the nutrition not just the food in the art but now looking at the business side of it and all of these things coming together. That's kind of where you start talking about the word system. Yeah right yeah absolutely Yeah focusing on food systems is kind of the project that's the next phase kind of gets back to the. How do we make a million of them question I mean restaurants are so great because you have small like you only have to feed hundred fifty like in this case we feed eight hundred fifty people at night. That's it And if it's different from one night to the next they enjoy that they don't you don't get you know you don't get a slap on the wrist I for that And so it allows you to be very dynamic but on the downside you're feeding only one hundred and fifty people a night and one hundred fifty people can't consume that much food and so it's like you spend a lot of time You know so like you know. I spent all his time sourcing. Five different fron types of milk and but at the end of the day. I'm you know serving people these tiny little portions and telling them this huge elaborate story which is Super Fun in gray. But it's like I'm only by a couple of gallons a month or maybe a week. Maybe three gallons a week right. That is not going to stay like. That's not gonNA help any farmer really on the on their bottom line like I mean I'm sure they love the press. I'm sure they love the Instagram Post. But like ultimately they're running a business and they need to sell more than three gallons a week and so and so that's That made me realize like okay. The next step is figuring figuring out how to create A larger buyer ship essentially. Because I know that's something I can do is how do we. How do we create a system that That can actually you know. Move Product in and start to work on those those outlets things that I was you know how do we. How do we create those those products the X.? Through great marketing and great. You know having just really delicious products to start And how do we then take the burden off of of farmers needing to Needing to take that leap of faith and be like well. I mean what was how a farmer gonNA produce. You know the world's like next next greatest cheese it's like they have zero. They're starting from zero just because they produce milk doesn't inherently mean. They know how to make cheese right like so. There's a disconnect connector's I'm like I I come from the food world like I know how to make. Jeez I know how to do make you know a delicious sweet product and So one of my I take a huge amount of inspiration from the head Baker at Grand Central. Actually it's a local bakery here in the city Mel and she. She's the head Baker there and it's been doing it Like over two decades and and has been working really hard. I mean I think she's got it down to this the point where she's only sourcing Washington Flower and it's like that is taken twenty years of non stop work And and and now she's not only getting it down to Washington flower but she's getting it down to like individual like there's a farm out in Walla Walla smalls farm. That's doing a really really incredible job with flour and he built a little mill. And he's you know he he's a character and a half and I always love. He'd come into the restaurant he talked to you about. You know why the fire is going to be a little different this year. Because he's you know it's coming from here you know it's like she's working really hard to continue to narrow down but she's also baking aching hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of loaves per day edge. They've got multiple cafes and so she actually represents a pretty big buyer chip like And so she actually carry some weight in the flower and she if the flower world and she can go to different markets if she could approach a farmer and be like. Oh Oh yeah plant. I don't know six hundred acres of wheat and I'll take it in the first quarter you know and it's like Oh. Wow that pencils out really nicely for me. And that's a great option. An Oh here's a mill that we can get mill that and cleaned at and And so building more models like that. which again like yes? It's not the rustic bakery where he's producing twenty five loaves a day and that's really beautiful on instagram stories. And all those different pieces but you're not feeding people at drives costs up And you just aren't. It helps one farmer. Maybe but it's like if you really want to create these larger food systems you have to be thinking about that next size up and Assoc. Mel's done it A. She's she's my hero and she's a really incredible job at grand central working on that and to me that level of thought and care needs to be put into every other area of you know so the dairy industry the the fishing industry. The Meat Industry the vegetable growers Berry very growers. They all need You know a mel type person that can actually dictate change and be in support it financially on on the backside and is willing to do that so so is that what's next for you. I know you'RE GONNA project hasn't been launches early public yet. How much can you share price right? So I'll so right now I'm working With several companies doing business development and product development. So it's all about and a couple of them are are more of my babies than others And and will potentially take over All of my work but be it's it's all about out leaning on On how we can really move product in an checking. All boxes that you talked about earlier is like Is like how do we make something. That's healthy for people and shelf stable and produce locally and has nice packaging edging and and actually is moved in a volume that you know we can go to farmers and make requests and and have them again again perk up and be like. Oh you want that like. Nobody's ever asked me for that before. Let me do the numbers. Yeah that makes sense. That works for me like let's do it. And that's how you can move the needle and then all of a sudden you know That's where the disconnect usually happens right because farmers K we can do this in quantity and and consumers are like. Wow but no we want something. That's it's more artisan more. You know hands on and farmers. Why don't you do this farmers? This is what we want and farmers are like. I can't afford Lord to do that. Maybe I could but I'm not sure if I can make the risk to to switch to something like that right. So that's where that gap always seems. That gap is yeah so One of the Yes. And it's a huge disconnect and and that was like that was something we would come into conflict with at the restaurant Because even with I mean we've leave and we're willing to like finance things for for farmers like great. Let's by all your seeds so that you can grow the specialty thing for us and you know figuring out ways to to play ball with them so that the risk wasn't all in their in their court but people don't realize is like I mean. Farming is not a high margin industry and so trying being something new. You know a small margin on its small number is not worth their time and headache and amount of effort to like doing something. New takes a lot of mental mental energy. And if there if it's not going to pay off they're just gonNA stick to the bulk thing and as they should because that's what makes sense and so Have you had to explain that to people who don't understand. What what do you say to people who are like well? Why don't farmers do? Yeah I I would say. I'm getting better at explaining it to you. I mean it's it's an uphill battle and part of it is people. Don't understand business well enough and to me. That should be like that should be what highschool is. He's like teaching new business and probably mostly through getting jobs uh-huh but people that don't understand business is probably the biggest disconnect and. I think that you know these farmers are swimming in money or or honestly that business people are swimming in money like starting a business is just instantly makes you rich and it's like nothing's further from the truth. Probably my uncle go has a say. He's like the fastest way to to make a million dollars is to start a five million dollar business so four million in the hole and you got one million leftovers so there you go. You're a millionaire. And so it's so so there's there's that piece and just trying into explain the economics of it But but honestly like experience is kind of the only real teacher in that so encouraging people to be like great put some numbers on a page in like. Show me a business plan where what you want. Make sense and there's no farmer that if you have a business plan that makes sense wouldn't try not no oh farmers but there's you know most of them are going to give it a shot and they're going to be like well. Yeah if it if it makes sense on paper it's good enough for me. I'll give it a shot so so that's trying to get people to actually wrestle with the problem of like you know even in there you know trying to come up with analogies can help but there's no real experience like experiences. The teacher like in this whole journey. What's been the most challenging difficult hard thing for you? Personally uh-huh poof. I mean probably the thing that makes life hard which is people you know and And trying to you know like the politics of all of it and figuring out How to move things forward when there's a hundred reasons not to oh and it's like an asking you know trying to get groups to you know everything from like you'll work really hard to get to groups of people to finally finally like mutually trust and get excited about a project and then have it fall through and then you know you're just adding to the distrust of that's already out there here in you know What's the distrust like? I mean even just like Simple things like like. It's not like a systemic suspension problem. But you know just like one person you know if if a farmer needs a piece of equipment and they're like well if you like. I need this piece of equipment equipment and I'm willing to buy it because I've got that cap ex sitting on hand but you have to promise me that you're going to buy for the next three years like this much that my business plan works out and everyone's excited and everyone's like Oh okay. We're going to do it. And then you know from the higher ups on the other side the products pulled and they're like oh sorry we have to backout like even if we're going to get beat up on this contract a little bit but then the farmers stuck holding that sitting on that piece of equipment and they just took a huge loss awesome. It's like it's like all understandable because you know somebody has to take that risk and that just adds so then like it makes those farm farmers like like well. I'm they do that again. That was really dumb You know so it's like it creates distrust between honestly like a distrust of of change and distrust of. I've trying new things which is fair. What about trust of farming from from the public? Yeah Um I think about that in terms of you saying that farming needs a facelift. Yeah Yeah that tells me that. There's a problem and I feel that too right. I guess I'm I'm just curious from your perspective. What is that problem right? What did they see farming as right now? And how is that right and wrong. I think they see farming farming as dislike old system of that. That's like archaic on some level in in has no I don't know the the best way to put it. But but yeah it's it's it's an archaic way of thinking in operating into like Trying to think of a way where people can view that as is the trade that it is and the skill and the amount of knowledge that's there and the amount of hard work. That's the amount of stress. Let's there I mean they're ultimately a whole bunch of small business owners. Which I think is what this Coun- country is supposed to prize as like the most championed group But it doesn't right now and that's a little sad so Today I don't know I don't know exactly I mean I know I know.

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"brisbane" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

15:24 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"Farming needs a facelift. They essentially and there. It needs to be appreciated for what it is but then the other pieces like. It's a lot of work. And so there needs to be the financial incentive. This is the real food real people podcast. Who'd he's connecting with farmers and figuring out how farmers can have a seat at the table again again in sort of defining? What is the cuisine of the Pacific northwest last week? We got to know award winning. SEATTLE CHEF nells Brisbane and his unexpected journey from sports to fine dining to reconnecting with his farm town routes in Lynden Washington. The same town that I grew up in. Even though I hadn't gotten to know nells until this podcast this week. We're sharing the second half of that fascinating conversation with with him where we get into in the second half into the vision. His vision for reconnecting people with farmers and reinvigorating both our regional regional cuisine and the farms. That are growing food right here. If you missed last week go ahead and listen to that conversation. If you like to learn more about nells els background. Thanks for coming along the journey again this week. And let's dive right back in where we left off last night. So you're involved in this world that's like culture and art and you know very urban yet you you grew up in a small podunk. Farming community happens to be the same community that I grew up in. Interestingly we didn't know each other until now now what was that like. How did that speak in to what you were doing and you know what do people even say when they found out? Oh you're from Lynden Washington. I'm like what yeah. Yeah I mean for me that very much roots why I cook and why I'm involved in food at all because it really does come back to. How do we create a better food system and and And part of that is like for me. I always want to be able to give farmers options like one of my one of my favorite farmers Dave Hedlund is in Skagit County and and Has A has a great vegetable farm. Grows Finn is his tomato greenhouses are they should be the eighth wonder of the world. They're incredible if you ever in Skagit go. Go visit Dave Edmunds farm. But he always says is all butchered the quote but it it was basically like if if your farm and you're selling to one person then then you're an employee and if you're selling to one hundred people now you've got a business you know an so. Farmers need to be able to the worst thing of walking into a negotiation. Whether whether that be especially when it's a buyer is if they know you can't walk out you know and negotiate that price any better. Because they're like well you know that. Ah that product's going to spoil. Otherwise if you don't sell it to me this really low price and so that's not a good place to be so so developing a system where where there there truly is an economy around things not just a path that's been traveled before That's a big problem in farming farming different than most other economic arrangements. Yeah if we say that farmers are usually the ones with their back against the wall. Usually here price takers as we said. And you experience that you see that kind of from this other vantage point exactly. Yeah and if anyone gets the squeeze it's usually the quote unquote lowest person on the totem pole. And for a farmer that JOE it. It's because they're the first person with the product that's why they're quote unquote like the lowest person on the totem pole is like they You know the chef doesn't WANNA pay that high price. So they put the squeeze on their producer onto their wholesaler. The wholesaler needs to keep their margin and so then they push that squeeze onto the farmer and so they by default have to take that lower price and if they got to You know so we were really a big on like working directly with farmers and you know buying Trying to work with them and it's it's a bit like trying to figure out ways is where you can be like. Okay grow all these carrots and we'll buy of them or or we'll do like what do you want to grow. What what did you have? What did you make fantastic margin Arjun on last year? Oh it was this random beat okay. Well maybe we can come up with a great beet dish and move this product for you And and actually having those conversations ends I mean what what ends up happening is is like the complexity from a restaurant. Standpoint is again. This was like a huge benefit. that a place like cameras could afford with time and money is allowing me to figure out all of those pieces and the other sous chefs to figure out this sourcing mayhem. I mean we'd we had you know over one hundred people that we would source from From like farms and and figuring out logistically nightmare took a huge part of my job honestly was like it was the creative part but it was like figuring out. How do we get the best product through the front doors in a consistent way And most places they just need they just want to make one phone call and get the produce through the door which means they work with a wholesaler in. That's why that business model exists this but it puts the squeeze onto the farmers and and the restaurants lose that. Lose the face of like the farmer that's trying to work hard to sell this product product and and to me. That's just like shame. And so trying to think of new ways to structure it so that again like these farmers farmers can can have a face in the economy again just so that they can kind of compete again And be understood is ultimately. How oh I kind of see a renegotiation of this of this food system? So whether that be they're small farms that are starting to figure it out of like okay. Well sell bill at the farmer's market and I'll say and then I'll do some wholesale and all these different pieces and if any one of those were to fail the business wouldn't go under like you know if if dairy gold old declared bankruptcy tomorrow there'd be a lot of farms that would not have anywhere to sell their milk and that to me is like well that's an issue right like they're they're they're not they're not real. I mean they own their own businesses. So they're taking all the risk but they only have one buyer so they really don't have the reward of being an independent business owner on some level anymore because it's like they're dictated to and so and we have something unique here even like you mentioned Jerry. Gold being a farmer's cooperative yeah right then in some other parts of the country we don't have right. Yeah exactly yeah. Anything like dairy goals the best model and and and so Because at least you've got a large group that that can kind of create that advocacy. You know right but they're still at risk that questionable that risk of like what's going to happen if that that didn't work out and it's like well you know there's it's going to take a lot to rebuild it. It's not going to happen in five or ten or twenty years even but but like there's the companies that are thinking about that. It's like well. What if we made cheese? What if we made a new dairy product or whatever it is Rethinking about it in being Mike. Well this isn't less work. That's for sure but but actually creating a face of like. Oh well this is. I mean it was a joke at the restaurant because I I was obsessive with with dairy specifically as my We we had five different milks that we kept in the restaurant. Based on what the usage what so. We had a milk that we would use for steaming for coffee And we had a different milk that we would use for are basically like milk focused sauces so sauces that you actually were supposed to taste the milk it wasn't just like an ingredient and and we would base and then we would have a milk for desserts and each one was not just like you know a random dartboard will will buy from this farmer. This week it was very very thought out we had you know had brought in twenty five plus milks. I mean it was a really unique experience to be able to even do that in the Pacific northwest of. There's actually twenty five plus US dairies that you can go out and buy milk from and and you could taste the difference between each farm and you. Could you know the You know we would. People were blown away and he was like my Schon. My Shan of Lyndon actually really close to where I used to Live and I actually didn't know I don't think they were an independent farm when I was living up there anyways but or independent. Like as as you could buy their stuff wholesale. But they've got like Guernsey Guernsey farm and people had Had never really tasted that before before I don't know what their their processes but it's like their milk has a distinct like caramel. Note that that you don't get from you know say like a Cherry Valley which which is down here in King County and they would have If there's was like Super Grassy and so if you tried to make coffee with there's IT tasted like you're looking in eating dirt like a little bit while you're drinking your coffee and so it wasn't so good for coffee even though it was fantastic milk but then their milk was fantastic for coffey because it just then Carmelina really mashed and really high fat content which is also perfect for coffee versus the grassy one. If you're if you're matching that with a sauce ost that was going with beef that grassy nece and the fact that you were you know the irony miss the dirtiness of it quote unquote like it was perfect for me and so it was like actually tasting those different pieces and but yeah people always laughed about how much milk we had in the restaurant and it was a bit of a nightmare and the cooks would come to me and be like chef out of this type of milk. How what how am I supposed to make this off? Because they understood how different it tasted when you did these different sauces and so so it was interesting. You grew up in town surrounded by dairy farms like this and berry farm potatoes and everything else. What was your awareness of farming at that time growing up like were you around farming at all? Yeah so my best friend growing up was rick. You're spank I think And so he's part of the ethylene dairy World and so. I spent a good amount of time on his dairy. It's it's you know scraping and scraping the lanes and everything else and And that was just also just the idea of like Oh. It's a Saturday evening or afternoon. And you want to You know go to the basketball game on Saturday night and and just like the pre like the uniform experience of everyone of basically be like well. Yeah I just have to finish my chores like you know. Just like having highschoolers that would buy their own vehicles because they've been working since they were twelve years old or earlier you know they've been they've been getting paid since they were twelve years. Old is probably the best way to put. They've been working since they could walk But just the the farming community in in the way that You know everyone everyone is. It's just like it's a it's a lifestyle more than anything it's like. There's cows don't take days off. They need to be milked every day. and and and just how I remember I mean. We had like hobby animals. My Dad raised he. I mean he had a construction company but MM-HMM WE had he sold quarter horses on the on the side And so like one point we add up to eighteen horses on the property And so you know and we always had you know more of the hobby animals the chickens for eggs and we would always get a couple of WOULD FINISH A beef cow every year and some some of those other pieces where I was like. I'd been on enough arms and enough of like a horse farm. You know that that it's like you get the ideas of farming coming. I don't I won't claim to have been a farmer like some of my peers. Were but but still just the concept of of getting pulled out of school because offense broke and and all of the animals are out and like you leave and you go and everyone and glasses like yeah that makes sense and then also just the idea of of like middle of the night or early in the morning or you've been working all day but you have to finish this product or project because you have to finish it. It doesn't matter how long it takes or how long you're out there. Like put your head lamp on and keep fencing because we can't not do it right and just like that mentality versus than and you know working in basically less so in the restaurant restaurants can kinda be similar to that but even still you can be like you got that on you got that stock on only like it's not ready but find just cool it down. We'll start it again in the morning. It's like that's not an option in farming. You know it's like you you know there's farmers owners who will cut corn for days on end essentially because it's like a rain's coming otherwise that is garbage if if that you know so that mentality And it it like it creates foundational work ethic That is different and so so while I don't oh you like I said I won't claim to be a farmer but but that work ethic just kind of infuses life in the inland in and I think is a valuable life lesson. So I know you've said in an article. I read about you that when you were at the bread lab working with farmers on developing developing things that you reminded you of working with people amongst the farming community or being around that culture when you were growing up in Linden. Yeah a county north by you. So how much does that influence than what you do. Yeah it's it's huge. I mean I think like I said it's all for me. The food system is built on the backs of farmers. And so. But I do sense that there's been Liz `specially I mean the the age of fire of farmers has you know I. I don't know the the current statistic but basically it's like there's there's a whole generation that is getting older in their sixties and would love to retire soon but they don't have anyone coming in under them so there's the you know our generation you know in their twenties thirties forties..

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"brisbane" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

14:12 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"He's back but it was In so they they yeah eating locally having but also like sourcing in these unique quake that was a big part of of what they were doing And and yeah especially in the last couple of chefs Jason Franey in the now Brady Williams uh-huh They were focused on on more sourcing locally and and specially when Brady came along that was that was a really big change. Engine focuses like How do we how do we source more locally and really champion what's going on here And so yeah I had been working working Under Jason Rainy The the previous chef For a few months and then he He left to a restaurant down in California. And they're we are kind of without a chef for little interim there they ended up hiring me on As a cook and I started cooking there And then a little bit later Brady Williams was hired and started with us And and so I started as a cook underneath him and then Relatively quickly lead. Just I'd I'd come in and was working on a lot of my own projects You know coming in a couple of hours before my shifts and working on dishes that excited me and just just trying to keep finessing those skills and and exercise that creative piece before. Would you just have to do when you're before a twelve hour shift of of just like executing food stray that's very Just very routine. It's it's nice to have a little creative outlet before that so I've been working on that baton he and I just he's he's very very creative and very artistic And I have more of the scientific approach to things and so he and I just had a a very symbiotic relationship early on and And so he would often you know as I started working on projects project was like chef. Chef we try this and he'd be like okay. Yeah this cool but like I would add this ingredient and it would be like oh I never would have thought of that. Because that's like so obscure Ray and what kind of stuff. Oh Me yes love to have an example. Yeah so I can start to get hungry right well like I I mean he had You know it'd be like I'd be working on a dish with I don't know now you can never remember all the dishes now You know it's like maybe you're doing like duck and and you've got like some classic sauces or like a classic pairing of some sort Sweet Cherry Chutney or something like that and in you. You know you've got some sort of Greens on there. And then he he tries and he'll be like you know what this needs like. Mola which is like a traditional oaxacan From like a southern Mexican style sauce that has like ground Pumpkin seeds and chocolate chocolate. And all these heavy spices and and like the farthest like you wouldn't traditionally think pair Duck With Molay and Cherries Ray A. and so I you know maybe it worked on this dish and gotten it to a point and he would come in and and basically you know say like Oh it needs this and it needs that that you know maybe you should add some some soil leaf oil or something like that and so then I could go back and work on all of that and and you know make those changes and and you know find not not only a way to make molay but maybe spice it up a little bit do something a little different put some flair on and then you know bring it back and it would always be dialogue of well. Add this take this away you know and and we just had a good relationship because I was very you know always documenting always always making sure that everything thing was was very linear and just step by step by step by step and scientists the scientists and he could just come in and and in a good way like rub the the you know. Wipe the table blanket and kind of Throwing new things are And so we we just had a good relationship that quickly league. He quickly promoted me to sue chef and I ended up doing the running the menu development piece as a you know he would. It was the two of US I mean. People often chefs. Don't have the luxury of being in the kitchen. Day In and day out. Because I mean what I mean they're essentially. CEO's what is what people don't realize like we call them chefs but they act more like a CEO. Oh so it's like they've got a right. Schedules do financials and all these other pieces that I'm sure all of I'm sure farmers are very familiar with it too. Because they're like oh you just get to spend time with cows all the time. They're like I I could be a CPA. You know it's like if they really you know because they have all these other skill sets and it's like well the so it's the the chef always has to delegate a lot of these tasks to everyone else and so I got to. I had the joy of doing the menu development and then the fermentation and focusing A lot more on on like how from tation can affect flavor and how it can make things delicious and that was a really fantastic rabbit hole to dive down and so oh This this fascinates me. Yeah always wonder what what goes on behind the scene. Yeah do they come up with these new menu. Autumn's yeah and what does someone who's really creative in the culinary arts do in a kitchen like that granted it's fine dining so that's going to be probably more risks. Taken and newer. Things tried the average restaurant right. But still you gotta you gotTa you know make sure that the menu items are available all and that Kinda sorta the meat and potatoes of. You're feeding the customers day in and day outraged you actually get to play around. So it's interesting. You say you were actually coming in early. Initially yeah for sure so you you have to be pretty darn good at this to get where you got. Yeah well I think it was. I mean the. It's one of those things that like when you're doing it it doesn't seem like a new idea because you'll be kicking you'll you'll do you know hundred integrations of something and in each one of those. There's just a tiny little step that doesn't seem like a genius idea right in in between those one hundred iterations but then from going from zero to one hundred someone coming in from the outside. They're like they only see that as one giant leap. They don't see that as one hundred tiny steps and so people they do they come in. They're like oh that's genius. Doesn't feel genius. Feels like a lot of work and so and I think that's true in any industry so you know it's like all these tiny little steps and then all of a sudden people come from the outside and they're like well. How did you ever think of that? And you're like well two years is how I thought of that. You you know like a of actively thinking about this problem and having ninety nine bad versions of this Or incomplete versions of very least and and so that's But yeah so that's where I think again. The scientific approach because in science. You're not really looking for success. You're looking kind of for failure. Oh you're always and and how do I disprove hypothesis and And you're constantly working against yourself in a way And so that's Mike creative quote unquote process is really just about Tearing down what I did yesterday and making it a little bit better in on some level in and then having good oversight From a chef that knows when when it's ready and so you know and not and then also just keeping you know the staff motivated and but yeah there's there is. I mean the difference really from like a fine dining place that puts effort into something like that because it I mean it eats through a lot of time and everyone who owns a business knows that time is money and so so just being able to have the support to say I mean it's also part of their they of course have to invest in that because they can't just keep the same menu in a year in year out so there there it is out of necessity that they have have to put that money in on some level but but allowing allowing us to actually take the time. 'cause it's like you'd have to. You still have to run a restaurant restaurant while doing all of this. And that's the difficult part an answer. Those people were like this meal cost me a hundred bucks. Yeah I could go down to the store by this all for fifteen. What's well you're paying for? All of that develop that development and the art in the atmosphere and all those other things that go into that equations. Absolutely really yeah which which does make it like. I mean I that is why like on some level to me like the pinnacle of off food development is is being able to mass produce that creativity on on some level and being able to say like okay. I can create something that's well sourced and delicious and all these other things and I can produce a million of them and it'll cost you five bucks you know I like that to me is like oh my gosh. That's incredible like the. I'm so glad I had the time to just like purely be creative and have the customer pay for it you know and and then being willing willing and excited about sharing that experience of like this is truly cutting edge but now it's a to me. The next step is like okay. Well how do we produce a million of them. Because that's how you can create that big impact. What did it feel like though being in that creative world I mean Eh? You're coming through. Culinary Art School in Seattle going to countless be pretty high on the list of yeah people go things they WANNA do and being being recognized. And I know you've won awards for your involvement there What did that feel like to start to get into that really get into that world? It's exciting it's fun it's consuming assuming is probably the best way to put it In a way you know consuming in in is both really exciting. Because it's all you think about all the time but it's also draining on all the other areas of your life when you're consumed by this single piece and so It is. It's very fun. And it's it's there's a reason it's like high burn out is because it just like it. Can it consumes everything in for all the good and bad in that But it's it's very very exciting It's it's a Lotta work honestly and it's and It's all it. It is difficult like we were talking before we hit record what about the necessity to constrain creativity. And what that does and I think that's so important and I think that was I mean having adding to run a restaurant while being creative is Is One of those constraints and in the you know. It's like Oh what. What is this Disney? Does it need like more cinnamon in this molay or more pumpkin seed and then the you know a cook comes up to you. And they're like chef halibut. Didn't show up and Like I don I what are we going to do. And you're like torn out of that world of like you know it doesn't matter which of those because you need to find a source of how all of it right now. Someone needs drive across town and pick up halibut and get their car all smelly because you know because we need it tonight because it's on the menu and and people are expecting it and so there's always just like on one hand. It's like really fun to have those really creative moments and it's like you you get you know. One of those are two of those really great creative moments a month and then you just get the normal months amount of like problems of of just life. But that's also just I mean that's what that's what life is right So so it's but it's definitely fun and it was a good good team there. I mean like the the sous chef team was fantastic. And so there's there's four of us I was it varied from time to time time but You know kind of each with our area that we ran and and and I got to you know kind of play point on some of the menu created created or on the menu development and fermentation and stuff like that. But but it's a team effort absolutely and so You it's fun to be part of that team where everyone one is kind of obsessed and consumed with it. Not something that everyone gets to do. No so it's very much like you know being part have a winning sports team or something like that where it's contagious. And it's fun. Even though it's long.

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"brisbane" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

13:30 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"Is pretty incredible. What civic northwest says offer and really plugging you in with you know? Lots of farm visits lots of manufacturer visits actually actually like okay. These are the purveyors you can get this from. This is the real food real people podcast. This week we hear about personal journey of a guy who became a sous chef at one of Seattle's talk restaurants but that's not what he set out to do and it's an incredible story. We actually had such an amazing conversation that I've split this into the two parts of this week is the first part with nels. Brisbane and him telling his personal story from sports to Science to art all relating to food. And now he's become passionate about farming and farmers and he's trying to change our regional food system incredible story take a listen and also make sure to catch next week as well as we continue this story with nels Brisbane So basically you. We.

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"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Don't stress that you need to build a million dollar. Drop shipping shopper the five business learn your craft get good but also enjoyed this part of it as well because ninety nine point nine percent of this room would go back to fourteen. You cannot say you can. How are you dude gary how you doing that a uh. My name is julia. The lafitte i have had incredible johnny. I made a lot of money very early able to build great great things work with amazing people and i knew nothing about you nothing until two months ago i have quite a few people here that are my friends friends and they said gills. You've gotta come in gary okay so i did. Thank you man. Your philosophy is unreal. Thank you joe philosophy that you bring. This is the i can see the consistence. You started thing saying. I am consistent as i am. I love it not so. I'm in my early fifties. Okay cool. I made a lot of money in the old world. Okay i have no idea of the good news is in maps very similarly. All you have to do is get educated skated on commodity information. The skill sets are the same you just have to understand the new framework and that information is free and it's a commodity oddity. Why is there a place. I can really foster that yes first of all fucked fast track. Okay fucked up but there's definitely a place you can right down. You're ready. I'll spell g. o. O. g. l. I love you that it's fucking free literally no matter what you're right you've been listening. You're like how literally how do i produce content for lincoln enter. You're free. How do i do influencer marketing for my caviar business enter free. How do i do a podcast. How do i make a podcast..

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"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Business. I think it's a great the idea okay cool so answer my so. We've called her channel rum and real estate. I fucking love at bro. What's so amazing about this interaction your new new your intuition is on for meat from you know because i was wondering 'cause we just don't have enough enough data to measure whether we're heading in the right direction. You have no saturday just started. I exactly so fuck data. Why don't you make fucking two years worth of content content and then think about it for the good news. If it's wrong at least you drank fuck load of good rob the gary it will be super. Push my luck here but i can take a picture that would be amazing. I'm thrilled to do it. I gary hey hey my name's iona recruitment agency in thailand okay <hes>. We've been going for three years okay. I'm ten people awesome. It's fucking hard work. Yes yes. I've heard so my question is simple. You talk about loving the process yes. How do i stay in love with the process. Either you adjust what you do day to day or you sell the company. That's the end goal to sell it. That's already the problem. Why because that's why people don't like their businesses. They build them to to flip okay. I have no interest in ever selling any of my businesses now. It doesn't mean i'm right or wrong. It's why oh you're struggling. You don't love it. You want the money exactly bad. I'm honest about it. It's true i yeah i know you could've lied and i still would've known relying yeah because of the way you ask the question. I would argue that. You're playing a game of of holding your breath so do what everybody does. When i do a business they don't love hold your breath as long as you can and then fucking sell it or bring being in a minority partner who fucking loves it and let them operate and let them earn from ten percent to fifty percent over three years and then have an infrastructure where you're you're aligned but then always be prepared for her him to say fuck you after six years because now thirty only ones doing it and they don't want to give you fifty cents on the dollar anymore but for you at least you extract added value over to six years and you're happy to sell it back to her or him at the end of that six years both of those options you get to pick okay thanks but this is why and that's great but this is why i want to talk about this for a second. This is why i'm so passionate about people building a business around what they love because then you compla- forever it may be a little slow when you're businesses around footy or the smurfs or root beer because it takes time but overtime. You could go like this us versus like this and you're dealing with this and that's okay but you have to sell. You have to give leverage now. You got it. I got going to burn out you got it. Thanks gary you got to. Hey gary especially to meet you nice to meet you. <hes> my question <hes> he took a lot about just being yourself. Yes anderson aware serve. You know what you are capable of what you're not capable of but what is the objective bad qualities. I guess what things should should you seek to improve like for example. I'm naturally an introvert great very good at selling. Bobby's don't sell go then that's fine. You just need to hire somebody who can sell enough. I think bros whatever your inherently bad at higher aw fair enough when you were starting one library yes you kind of paving earn way obviously for a while before you knew it would even be successful while i was in a unique situation because my dad had a liquor store and the reason i always tell kids to be patient. Was i spent twenty two to thirty four working six days a week monday. Through saturday twelve hours.

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"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"My periods are forcing me to go to fucking school. I don't fucking want to do this. I want to start a business. I'm like leave. Uh all these kids talking shit but they want mommy's money. Don't take mommy's money in fucking start a business each shit for a decade and do your thing but no everybody wants. Both you're not gonna be able to have both bro. They're not gonna move. They'll appease you and run you around on until you quit so what you can't fight them. They have all the fucking leverage. What are you gonna fight him with that awesome coat you're wearing you can't fight something that has all the leverage. You're asking got it yeah. Whoever ever asks loses jeez. Hey gary very what's up. Hey my name's tarn tensely pretty much since day one. Thank you few weeks ago. I had a dream about you. Don't worry p._g. And but it was is actually hoping it was x. With that can be arranged. Go ahead and basically bumps into after talk and i gave it this really really smart marketing idea similar to the sixty second club okay and then you're like holy crap and then you offered me a job and i was like oh i i was crazy and then we hug to further yeah yeah yeah good and then <hes> and then i work up and i saw an advertisement for this. I'm like either. Instagram has access to my thoughts. God is telling me something. God's also telling you something. I had to come here and i was wondering if i could take a photo with you can and okay awesome and my question is. I think it's true for some of the people in this room is if you have no idea what business start like a lot of resources online yup ah about scaling yes but like i've done volunteer work for the past two years psychology business background okay. I don't know what business to start at this point in my life so <music>. How do we go about finding out what we wanna. Do you know my big thing. Is that this young of an age. I think people should taste shit. I think of starting a business the way i think about are finding out what your favorite food is. I think you should just go do things that intuitively feel potentially right. You know the you don't know oh exactly but you know there's things you're interested in and i would lean into those interests whether skateboarding or cooking or on education online or sneaker flick you have interests and leaning into those i think work right so my interests are basically just. I like creative creative. Things and helping people good very broad. You're gonna have to narrow. You're going to have to go more narrow like those are feelings things you have you have interest underneath that you painting his creative being an entrepreneur and coming up with business ideas as creative like there's a lot of different versions. You're you're going to have to go to your point lower. I also like helping people and being creative but i- manifested that into wind business into a client service business into into content. You're going to have to go lower cool awesome not a lotta. I'll use that wrong corn markle people anyways here. You're that was devastating christian. What are your tips for students. I after graduating high school top-five advice for weather for graduating high school top five tips for graduating highschool. I on school got it well. I mean i mean i think number. One through five has to be self awareness so instead of giving you something generic which is what the mercy is for me when i'm putting out content. Let's go different. What are you actually asking me well on script. Fuck your script like yeah there. We go what what are you. What what are you trying was self draw..

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"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"I'm going to have a business. That's like everybody's saying. I'm going to play professional basketball. That's nice but god my intuition is you don't have to have a business right but also in terms of like if you say you're passionate is helping people but you'd much trauma do something can help people twenty four seven every day yeah right. It's it's likely that playing basketball helps you help people title yet true yeah all right all right. Thanks a lot gary what's from brisbane and dude. I just wanna say thank you for being such an inspiration to my generation and the generations income. It's fucking awesome. Thank my biggest question right. Now is the fact that i completely agree with. You like what you're saying. One hundred percent do content and being for long term. That's the twenty eight hundred eighty twenty rule you do the basic clouds and as you talk about biggest question. Is that say why don't we don't. Why don't we do it because there's a massive passive knowing doing gap at especially as we get more information is more about. How do we get shit done. How can we make the rubber hit the road and also stick to it by liking it like if you think it's a chore you're fucked. I like that one. It's true though like like if you're doing content hardcore because i told you so but you hate it. You're finished which is why i keep talking about self awareness. This is why i'm so scared that i'm the pied piper for making content because i have a unique personality. I want to remind people that there are plenty people bigger than me more successful than me that are very introverted and just right incredibly well and don't make single charismatic video in their lives you have to you have to make content that works for you. Because it makes sense. That's why when i created in that interview with that kid the document don't create it unlocked for so many people because they were crippled crippled by being creative because they're not creative but documenting was easy. It's why like podcasts because you can have a guest on and you just have to ask questions and they're the content is being made aid so ultimately. You just need to choose the shit sandwich. You wanna eat consistently. No you have to find a sandwich. That doesn't taste like shit that point point thanks gary.

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"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"You could say hey gary. How are you hungry young good. Thanks scream mm so one of those talkers that say like i wanna make a business and all that stuff and i've been doing a little soul searching and like you know how now every business you want to help you wait. I do find like a lot of fulfillment when i like you know help people and like go out and do stuff people but at the same time kind of like perplexed right now because i'd much rather spend like an afternoon playing basketball in going to volunteer somewhere so that's i'm just wondering am i like a hypocrite right now all fucking basketball so so then in terms of like passion than like should start a basketball business being serious okay. Ah what why do you want to have a business while as mainstay and basically could work somewhere as as a means to an end yeah. That's the thing that i'm trying to really have conversations around this notion that everybody needs to have a business laughable nine hundred ten small small businesses fail nine ten people never even try to do a small business. It's hard. It's a talent. Everybody thinks like now now because of the way the internet works and entrepreneurship school..

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"brisbane" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We do have one in Brisbane replying the Starz series best you although there is a cold cold I'll be cool and inventing th of this month the week is out that's a Saturday Paul okay so let's go let's go with guns and got me so I don't think always that bumper stickers are going to I don't think I mean we don't guns is John his role in god's green you do in the name of Jerry Garcia for Christ's sake speaking of Grateful Dead voters were gone out into the battle weary par streets safe guns in gummies the Buck com sorry go Shannon no about the other did a yes you come the Sweetwater gig September thirteenth others we were getting to be a bouncer or slash enforcer for people that are going to try to talk during your set once in a Bob weir but listen we had the addresses at times it's a very chatty crowd up there on and we want to let Shannon's music do the talking about just rages Paul we're good to go if you don't mind Tory I'm not as interested in hearing about somebody's new addition on their deck in the backyard Sanders in middle of like a blues number I don't need to hear like a sword brought in the boulder needed us to mention like who cares I has NO one half you okay Shannon respect L. tell you all about nine or camp a wood I think like we didn't get Tony's full thoughts on Bumgarner coming out after a one hitter through seven with only eighty five pages that's the kind of right corner each set up for me could probably gone complete game on that I was one of the best outings he's had in a very long time been thrown real well man but he was is dominant from first inning to the seven then agreed to soften it yeah both she was trying to Carmel roles a little bit more or maybe maybe what do I mean I well he's trying to establish roles in the new bull pen and maybe he kind of said Hey you know I'm wanting their odds I want to get this yeah I worked out here right sure ever got your gods yeah yeah got a lot okay okay ain't got you guard birds yeah a a I got you a guy you spray well that's true love open no love that tune yeah I got all the bonds baby the bank of heaven knows diamonds and pearls again the children think of the children boys I got a hundred pretty women knocking down my door yeah I know and people want to say hi to me I even seen before but I think I you got everything else thank you Bruce was a troubled around that time he was troubled Hey guys well like we all have been so Tony why don't just say it was a dead last night was one of my favorite games of the season why do you think didn't come back after the eighth done his job is just one of those are you know that I guarantee you he didn't say that to boji I'm done I know that's what I mean so I bow to protecting him somehow some way boji elections said that a five run cushion maybe let's get some other guys some work if we're gonna do this wild card run we need to get these guys from the pad if you need a ball mourn functioning down the stretch and Will Smith man I can't get enough of that big lefty close you don't yeah a lot a lefty closer sliders I don't know but it's he's he's dirty man his stuff is dirty Emma and what's his name do little for the nats is another of lefty closer is dirty and shut down the giants I mean to get swept by the nats then that's by the way that's a good two cups yeah I don't call put another baseball fiend yeah he's been saying all along there the biggest there watch out he's been saying watch out for the national right now if the giants don't make the wildcard I'm all aboard the nats bandwagon cut yeah Dave Martinez of the manager former giant former act former expo Montreal Expos shut up a Gary Carter shot out Andre dot yeah the hawks at a Tim rabies shot out well yeah I do I do it all day shot a rusty start shot of Tim Wallich Jude moist am I right when they say two marines was unix yeah rockeries yeah my bad okay show you want to voice is a little less east I'm gonna ask you well mark Gardner before he became a giant wow good call Shannon that's it on this what we keep you around can go is because I got knowledge to saw you all guys can be quiet I don't know I mages there you are he is no question I thought a hanger in their.

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"brisbane" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"brisbane" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"The Brisbane dot com. Colon show on HR and the big connect- wrapping it up for the first time in twenty nineteen eight nine six six four seven seven six. Melter force was very interesting category. I was I went with glorious empire did. Yeah. It was it was between him and heart to heart to me. And I do not understand the the stormy liberal. Thing. I mean, that's just not a championship division for now. I vote for him for sprinter than I went melter force for stormy. I did. Just anyone else deserved it. Or I feel like. Say this again with all of the turf racing in this country. Now. Until they get an award. I have to give them some just in a war. They are. Eligible for. Force Jeter force more consistent than him this year. More consistent. No. But I I also don't feel like he was. I think to do it sprinting, I wouldn't have a problem person. This is personally if it were just a while, you know, like, oh, if he did this, again, we'd be talking hall of fame type of campaign. I didn't think that I just thought he was the best sprinter, which is fine. But I just I see the race glorious empire one heart to heart. I prefer it. Even with the two grade ones that that to me, I thought long and hard about Robert Bruce. But just I couldn't the races other than the million weren't good enough. But. Those I hear what you're saying. I do think that they are eligible, and I am not closed minded to voting in that direction. I just need to see a much better. Just sorta historic campaign out of that division. I like the fact that he won the Breeders Cup back back. The fact that you ran one of the fastest racist of the weekend. I want impress me more as he went from rock-hard turf forces in California to that bog at Churchill. That's. That was my thinking, I Catholic boy second, and I put I want a little home or here with found out that Jude just I found that Jude for the month up, and this is a horse that I think is going to have a huge next year. And that's raging bull on a big raging. Both. So. I put catapult third that was sort of my creative one. Okay..

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