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"bryan chan" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

07:13 min | 4 months ago

"bryan chan" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

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You don't need a dictionary to understand the cold laughing your money. Have we eat your change makers public vickers making change in every sense of the word and along the way have been in or might still be in money rehab. Today i'm talking to ryan or hand hand model turned real estate. Mogul on money rehab. We've talked a lot about best practices around renting versus buying and how to find a home. You love at a price you can afford. I have my own opinions on these topics. As you know but i was really interested to hear how someone who is so deep in the real estate world with think about these big questions of course ryan is an expert on selling houses and apartments which means he is more pro buying than i am across the board but if buying is right for you ryan has some great advice plus i also wanna ask ryan about what the other side of things is like selling. What suggestions does he have for people who work in sales and want to step up their game. Let's find out ryan. Welcome to many rehab. So we start the show with a fun game of never have i ever have you played never ever sure yes pay so unfortunately we don't have actual cocktails for this or any alcohol but this is the money version of never have ever. So if you've done something. Say i have and if you haven't just say i have it go all right. Never have i ever split the bill on a first date. Not the never. Have i ever play the lottery. I never ever attended business school. Are you bummed about that me. Neither never have. I ever lost a credit card all would but i have not lost got never have i ever taken a mental health day shooting future but i have not taken a mental health day. Never having ever disputed a charge on the credit card never having ever bought a used car wings. Actually you know what we were going to be in our first fight as at all right now is a a g wagon brandis. I was not expecting to buy that one. When i went as goes looking at new cars in a car. Guy totally sold these as a guy in new jersey bought this g again. He sent it to brand is in california. It's the whole package. It's insane you drive this thing and it sounds like a frigging guide sore in like a good crazy way. It's all suit up. You brought it home and his wife made get rid of it. And i was like seven miles on it and now he just needs to sell it Ed's where he's at. And i just i got it for like half what it would cost me to recreate that car into that sets are that we have the the personal car. Never have i ever sold a multi million dollar house okay. So let's start at the beginning. How you started doing that. I read the first day in real estate for you was the day the subprime mortgage industry collapse in asia. That true art percent true. That was day. One i i. I was born in texas. I grew up outside boston really as lila for a little bit. But the my formative years so you know junior high high school was was outside boston or shore and the only thing i was good at at any interest in was theater. I was terrible all sorts. My parents made me play every single one of them for at least one season. So get out of my system. Maybe take every single class. So i could see what i would be good at whether any of the theater was the one thing that made sense to me for some reason and so when i graduated college went to college. I was in new york and has agreed jazz six. I was like listen. I got a little bit of money. Saved up from summer work. Grandfather died and left us all like a little bit of money but not a lot you know probably had like twenty grand saves so you know what i'm gonna i'm gonna take this time and a half still young twenty one and i'm gonna move to new york city and i'm trying to steer. Her thing is acting thing. Because i don't do it now when we're gonna do it like twenty years. I have a family and then i nervous breakdown. I never did that thing. I always wanted to do that. And so i moved to your city. And i tried it and i got into opera pretty quickly as an as turns for a while and then i quickly got killed off and just had a hard time making money and so i just try to do odd jobs to make ends meet hand modeling a lot of modeling. Initially we stop on that for one moment. Sure what goes into hand modelling. Your hands are gorgeous. They're so stunning. I i.

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"bryan chan" Discussed on The Daily Dive

The Daily Dive

08:04 min | 4 months ago

"bryan chan" Discussed on The Daily Dive

"Been proven to be safe and effective against serious illness and hospitalization but is there one that stands out above the rest. A series of studies have found that the modern vaccine may provide the most protection when it comes to antibodies and hospitalization. Part of it may be that. The vaccine delivers a larger dose than visor. A poor vermont. Villi reporter at the new york joins us for why madonna as the edge next schools have not been spared in the labor shortage going on in the country. There's an urgent need for more substitute teachers and cafeteria. Workers but school bus drivers are also sorely needed in districts. All over the country school districts have resorted to offering signing bonuses and even paying parents drive their own kids to school read. Wilson correspondent at the hill joins us for the bus driver shortage. Finally amazon is continuing. Its plans to expand beyond the online marketplace. They're planning on brick and mortar department stores where they can sell their own apparel brands with high-tech dressing rooms. A perilous scene is a big winner for the company who has over one hundred five label brands and just surpassed. Walmart is the country's largest seller of clothing sebastian herrera technology reporter at the wall street journal joins us for more. It's that the noise. let's dive in. There's no argument on whether or not we should get a booster because we can expect that vaccines are one hundred percent infinite in terms of their door ability. The question is when is the best time to give the booster. Is it now or do we wait to see the possibility of winning effectiveness in the future of machiavelli reporter at the new york times. Thanks for joining supportive. Thanks for having me. i want to start off. We're gonna talk about vaccines. I want to start off by saying that. The three vaccines that we have the johnson and johnson madonna and pfizer first off. They're all safe very effective at preventing severe covert and hospitalization but for the longest time. There's always been this kind of you know big question which one of the vaccines is better. Remember early on in the pandemic when the vaccines were being rolled out memes across the internet. Everybody's saying oh. I got pfizer. It's the best one all this. But we've seen a number of studies now. Kind of burying out. That madonna actually has some some clear advantages and not to say that. It's any better or anything like that but there are a couple of things that are working more in its favor. And as far as its effectiveness so a portable help us walk through some of this. What are we seeing with it. I'm glad he started out saying all of the vaccines are very effective. So i think that's number one that they are all actually extremely good at preventing severe disease and hospitalization which is ultimately the big goal for these vaccines. But what has emerged over the last few months. Is that in some of these studies. It's looking like the protection from. Madonna is a little bit more durable it staying at higher levels over time than the protection from visor. We already sort of knew that the john maxine is a little bit less protective than the other two. We knew that from the clinical trials but we thought that visor modern were basically the same. And what these studies are. Showing us is that they're almost the same but modern us slightly ahead. You know one of the things that came out. I guess the cdc at some research that was published this this past week talking about at least hospitalization rates and Protecting against hospitalization for pfizer. That was ninety. One percent that fell to seventy seven percent. After a four month period for madonna there was no decline over that same period. That's right and so you know. Most of these studies are showing differences at those levels. So in this study the moderna the were different by about fourteen or fifteen points. And that's sort of what a bunch of studies have shown the visor seems to be trailing madonna by about ten to fifteen points when it comes to severe disease and hospitalization. The differences are a little bit bigger when it comes to preventing infections but again severe diseases of the goal. And so that's really what we're looking at. And in fact there was a new study. That just came out today. In the new england journal of medicine showing similar trend they found that five thousand healthcare workers they looked at pfizer and and they've found visors about ninety percent. Madonna's about ninety six. So you know they're all showing these these small differences between the two and then one of the other studies that we saw had to deal with any bodies and how modern up produce. I guess one third to one half more than pfizer did. Is that something like that. You know that sounds like a huge difference when you hear about it one third to one half but these are not in how effective the vaccines are. These are just differences in what we call antibody titre and just for comparison just in among a regular population there can be a hundredfold difference between people so a two to three differences. Nothing at all and really doesn't have much of a clinical impact to scientists are not really worried about that. It seems more like over the long term. We know that on a body swain. And it's possible that pfizer's wane a little bit more than us. So what does this do for that. Conversation about booster shots. You know. that's interesting. I think you know i. I've just been listening to the cdc advisors debate all day about which booster's people should get in which people should get them and win and it's a little bit confusing because right now pfizer is one that is up on the table for the fda to decide about. But you know it'd be very tricky for them to recommend that only people who adviser before should get visor. Well what about all the people who got madonna. So it's not very clear what's going to happen. It's possible they'll just delay a decision until the modern also available but already applied. It's just conversation that's taking longer so I don't want anybody to come away. With the impression that madonna is so much better that they should all just go. Get them dern booster. I don't think that's what these data are showing at all. It's just documenting. for example there are differences. In how much of the dose that each vaccine deliver advisories thirty micrograms and moderna used a hundred. Both companies were just guessing at the start of the pandemic. So that may be one of the differences and pfizer spaced. It's two doses by three weeks. My german spaced. It's by four and there's some evidence that that it might be better to have those kudos staggered longer which we couldn't do again at the start of the pentagon just did not have that luxury but now that we have a little bit more time. There are some studies showing that it might be better to have. The second does come later. So there's a bunch of things here that we need to think through before we decide what to do with boosters. And i think that's what the fda and the cdc are really spending time on right now. I just like the line at the end that one of the scientists were speaking to that. When this whole thing was happening with the vaccine's everybody was like well. We'll be happy if we get an efficacy rate of fifty to sixty percent. And what we've gotten with these mri vaccines at least advisor. Amadou or something much higher and we're still kind of parsing it out and try to see which one's better that's right and even with j. j. Actually we started out higher than that. So this is a very luxurious problem. to have. accidents are way better than we thought. So now we can. Actually you know really be picky and say well what i don't want ninety four. I want ninety six things like that a porta mon- davila reporter at the new york times. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having make always a pleasure. You may be wondering why doctors community. Medical center added luminous health to our eight. It's because we're on a mission to give you enter community even more of the healthcare. They you deserve. That's why we joined arundel medical center to create a broader health system that is luminous health. Now delivering you and your family access to more locations services and specialty care. Get ready for a bright future. With luminous health doctors community medical center go to luminous helped dot org to learn more tired of sitting in traffic for hours gas prices. Got you fuming. Bryan chan becoming brian. 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"bryan chan" Discussed on Direct from Hollywood

Direct from Hollywood

04:40 min | 4 months ago

"bryan chan" Discussed on Direct from Hollywood

"An apple original series. The whole world will be watching the moment. Our heroes reunite reese witherspoon and jennifer aniston star in the morning show and back on anywhere. I'm not going to get edged out. You made some pretty big promises handle. It is going to be here after the bomb goes off. That's what's gonna make ted da moment so exhilarating the morning show stream the new season exclusively on apple. Tv plus an apple original series. The whole world will be watching the moment. Our heroes reunite reese witherspoon and jennifer aniston star in the morning. Show and back and going anywhere. I'm not going to get edged out but you made some pretty big promises handle. It is going to be here after the bomb goes off. That's what's gonna make that ted da moment so exhilarating the morning show stream the new season exclusively on apple. Tv plus tired of sitting in traffic for hours gas prices got you fuming bryan chan becoming ride through the joy. I can your ride with metro and now introducing our first ever metro sales event. Save up to fifty percent on our most popular passes including daily weekly and even monthly passes us metro to go to work. Go to school. Go to space the smithsonian national aerospace museum. That is choose metro for your next trip visit. Ramada dot com slash sale. Hurry sale ends october. Fifteenth hollywood with ryan seacrest like almost every artist jack. Those goal has always been to get as many people back as possible to hear his music but when he was getting started there was two people specifically. He really tried to stop from hearing his songs. His parents the louisville rapper tells rolling stone. Did i was shy about. Play my music for my parents because early on i had a really bad mouth so it's bashful about it for really long time. Eventually i went to a local studio in louisville. When i was still in high school and my mom came up and picked me up and she came inside and they played the song. My mom was distraught. It was a cringe-worthy moment. Eventually jets got over the language and he got over being so dirty as well and now. She couldn't be prouder industry baby. We'll nasdaq's out. Now that's direct from hollywood. You may be wondering why doctors community. Medical center added luminous health to our name. It's because we're on a mission to give you and our community even more of the healthcare. They you deserve. That's why we joined. Anne arundel medical center to create a broader health system that is luminous health now delivering you and your family access to more locations services and specialty care. Get ready for a bright future. With luminous health doctors community medical center to luminous helped dot org to learn more. my name's amina brown and this week on my podcast. Her with amina brown. I'm excited to talk with the tracy. Ellis ross we get to tell arms or and particularly as black women. The power of language in the ability to language feeling to language history to language legacy family community. Check out this episode of my weekly podcast. Her with amina brown on the iheartradio app. Or wherever you get your podcasts hi everyone it's katie couric acas something big brewing for the new season of my podcast. Next question my memoir going. There comes out october twenty six. Yikes so this fall. I'm taking you behind the making of the book. And the making of some of the big moments in my personal and professional light still can't decide whether i'm katherine arcadio. I'll talk to the people behind some of the most impactful news stories that i've covered over the course of my career like anita hill. Believe of women is just our invitation to put in place systems in processes that allow us to be heard in believed and i'll be sharing exclusive podcast only conversations with my friends and family about the memoir and my life. Katie is a pack rat and she has basically her own archive of sorts in her basements. So come my signature curiosity but this time stay for some of my own revealing answers new weekly episodes of next question with katie couric launched september thirtieth. Subscribe and. listen on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your favorite shows..

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"bryan chan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

07:50 min | 4 months ago

"bryan chan" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

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Thanks for listening to the best of the odd couple podcasts. Be sure to catch us. Live every weekday from seven. Pm the ten pm eastern four to seven pacific on fox sports radio find your local station for the odd couple of fox sports radio dot com or stream. It live every day on the iheartradio app by searching f as. You're listening to the best of the odd couple with chris. Bruce parker the couple. I'm chris broussard alongside my partner kid harker there. We go here coming to. You live from the fox. Sports radio studio You can guess which one of which member of the odd couple pig. That song play the flits. Of course rob parker. What's up man. happy anniversary. Happy anniversary. Mr chris bussard somehow someway. They've made it through every years full-time one day the storms through the rain through all that we made it and i'm glad brothers been a great three years and four to at least another three. We signed the contract. That's right old people a few weeks ago so we'll be at least another three years at hopefully longer and yeah. You know like the one. The saying chris radio for a long time. I got my first show in nineteen ninety-four in detroit but it ain't easy getting a car couple crews still why you gotta let me ask you. Did you have another show called the cup. That's all right that's all. I'm just not on national sports. Talk radio k. not on national. It was in detroit but my point is that it ain't easy to get a partner and have chemistry people try. They try all the time you talked to anybody in radio radio executives listeners. It ain't that easy and it doesn't mean that you have to be happy. Mapping everything is perfect. That's not as it's about a chemistry about does it work. Can they work together. Does sound good. You know what i mean. And and that's where we are. And i don't take that for granted. Okay i get mad some days and i don't get peeled or whatever you want to make some days. I'm glad i'm not in the studio. Yes but but i appreciate that. We are different people but we have mutual respect. So that's that's the part that that hasn't doesn't go away and twenty-five years eve we knew each other even before we did this radio show. Well i think it's twenty nine years why not. I believe we may need to do to at the detroit in a bj national conference in detroit. Yes and rob was the big time you would a big time. Cincinnati reds beat writer. All about big blacks reporters looked up. He covers it's like yo- crazy man. It was great from the beginning. And you you were. You know always humble. Yeah i mean. I think anybody that knows you know. You've always gone out of your way to help nurture young reporters and mentor young reporters and give advice and that includes me. That includes stephen. Smith that includes many others that people know that are now household names and so i appreciate your friendship more than anything. And you're right about the chemistry like it's something you can't really predict you can't you. Can't noah right by the don martin. Are you know we gotta give him props the executive here fox sports radio. Who heard you when i had to end his own. Podcast like my first couple years. If i was one and you were a guest and you know we just did our thing and don you know. Contact was like y'all well. He didn't say that but he was. Like hey you. Guys got great chemistry. Why are you on the radio together. We were each doing weekend shows with other people by and he started talking to us about you. Guys should do a radio show together. And then and then scott shapiro our boss also got in on it and two of those guys just ran with it and thought that we would make a great team and they did something just for historical and this is it. We could go move onto our topics but they just these guys put onto black is as co host of a national sports. Talk radio show and we believe it has never been done not to and you had the two live stews. But they only we're on about twenty markets and exactly two live stews no doubt about it. they had a smaller national platform. We're on about four hundred stations around the country and it's never been done before and give fox. Sports radio premiere networks. Don morin scott shapiro julie talbert and everybody else attached to it. Give them props for saying we're going to do something different. And that's what they did so here. We are three years in the books. Were so proud and happy and happy with the listeners. And people make this show every day. Rob g alex all update people. Yes elijah egger every body to ask finn. Bryant been lead lead the lap all of thank crew. Yes thank you very much We we're excited to have guys working with us as we have been the last three years. All right Dj alex is on the ones and twos lee. Delap will we just mention is producing a day for rob g and on the updates. I believe it is. Steve disabled all right. So let's get into it last night. good game. You know very exciting down to the wire you gotta misfield goal and then all sides that gets another chance. I mean those those penalties. Chris they kill you they kill you will rob. That's what i want to say quickly. And i know you got something to say. The giants fans should be enraged. I'm not even a giants fan. And i was enraged watching that game route because we know how.

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"bryan chan" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"bryan chan" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

"Thanks once more tomorrow Martin for joining us. This week on podcasts as always. We'll be back next Monday and every Monday so be sure to subscribe to the show where you're listening right now. What is happening in the column? You might be asking yourselves well Bruno. Mars is donated one billion dollars to the MGM Resorts Foundation Supporting MGM employees and financial hardship because of the corona virus pandemic. The Kirk Kerkorian. Estate has also added two million dollars and acting. Mgm RESORTS CEO and President. Bill porn buckle in his life. Wendy have pledged one hundred thousand dollars to the campaign. Mgm Resorts Foundations Employees Emergency Grant Fund and Children's Medical Support Fund assist MGM EMPLOYEES AND. Their families was short term assistance during unexpected hardships and emergencies. And we are in one right now. Cirque du Soleil has launched a digital hub cirque connect which you can find by clicking. Cirque DU SOLEIL DOT com slash sir connect or the hashtags connect on twitter that's Hashtag circuit. Connect cirque has cold existing footage for fans to access from home including the debut at noon. Friday an hour long special from Oh at Bellagio. And the international shows curios and Lucia. Las Vegas Singer songwriters. Sean I for minutes performing a series of Acoustic performances called the Vegas show. These are long concerts. Assist Las Vegas Musicians? Who HAVE LOST THEIR GIGS? Which is pretty much all of the conditions they go off at noon and eight PM. Galions are available at I for men's facebook. Page at Sean. I for men that's S. H. A. W. N. E. F. E. R. M. A. N. There is a gofundme we link also to support we write about Las Vegas Singer. Naomi Morrow in her husband. Gio were making between fifty and sixty lows of bread a day out of the Family Restaurant Pizza Monzo. Naomi has been a singer in town for years as a soloist. And also David Pre goes pop evolution orchestra. She and Gio saw the need for bread when they notice customers. Mobbing Las Vegas Grocery stores and read about a bunch of Las Vegas singers. Cutting a version of we are the world organized by former Chippendale singer Bryan Chan. The effort is posted on. Bryant's facebook page at B. R. Y. A. N. C. H. A. N. and include such performances. David Terry for magic. Mike live arena peril and an Martinez. Fantasy mark. Chinook and Cheryl era of the Space Stephanie Sanchez Mgm Resorts International. Jason Allen of Monday's Dark Brandon Knicks Val Witherspoon of friends. The musical already. Seen a Foley of Zoe Bowie Willie. Rc of David. Rico's pop streams and Savannah Smith of the Moon shiners. Check it out on Brian's facebook page and also in.

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"bryan chan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"bryan chan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Some students that you have in your community that might benefit from a place like shepherds college. We're individuals with intellectual disabilities are encouraged to reach potential, and so many different ways horticulture that greenhouse is amazing which is part of the tour coming up at the open house and the preview and. You know, that greenhouse was just so wonderful. How many there are thousands of plants that these students are working? Yes. Yeah. I mean, which which is great because you're really trying to teach them and train them. Just what it looks like to, you know, do range moments. I mean take care of yards. I mean, you know, businesses I mean, all sorts of things, and they love it. We are talking to to bride page. He is a senior vice president of development at et shepherds college. And when I was there one of the someone who works with landscaping was formerly of student. I believe. I. I can't think off leave only been there for about three years right to to. I don't want to extend your stay, right? Exactly. Ask for a raise. We want more time off as the money listener, if they can't make it to one of the open house or preview dates is there a way to perhaps schedule a tour of the campus. Yeah. There's it's it's not restricted. So somebody doesn't have to only come on preview day or an open house. You can come in those plenty of people that you did. So somebody can actually just go ahead, and they could call they can say I'm going to be coming in town is possibly can come by. So we have several staff that are prepared to go ahead and take someone around give them tours. I mean, that's nice thing that we do because you know, sometimes it may not be a family that's tied to a student. It may be a donor. It may business. That's interested in saying. Hey, what if there's some things that we can maybe partner with you? And so we strongly encourage that because I think that's impactful when people actually get on the campus and see it. That's it really is a I opening and a wonderful experience. Meet some of the students take a tour, and this is again in southern wiscon-. His across the border with the name of the town union grove, Wisconsin growth and another listener asks from eight one five does social emotional disability qualify there does. That's where really the all the assessment process really comes in. So any student that is looking to potentially come to shepherds the families end of working with the staff, they go through kind of the whole process of really seeing what the fit is. Because we we have a combination you, and I talked about, you know, students that have down syndrome students that have Ashburn students that are on this tick, my son's situation's a little bit different. He didn't really have a diagnosis like that. Because he had a bleed at birth. And so I had a shunt placed. So he was really diagnosed as really having cognitive delays. But everybody's situation is different. And so really, you just look and see, you know, part of the process is that is a student going to be able to manage themselves work within an environment. Can they follow? Instructions work workers team interact with other students. But again, they're all all different. And so yeah, definitely is not a disqualifier. And for those who get perhaps missed the first part of the conversation. It is designed to be as as familiar as everybody else has come to understand the college campus with classrooms, obviously in different departments. And there is a dorm. There's a dorm where students are paired with a roommate, and they have a, you know, a common kitchen area. There's also obviously the cafeteria refer to eat then that's for the first year the second year, there's a two bedroom. Fantastic. Well, it reminded me so much going. I mean, you know, exactly what we said traditional, right? The thing the sort of when you have a child that you're told earlier in their life that they will, you know, there's a world of nevers all of a sudden they never gonna do this. They're never gonna live independently. They're never, you know, you start thinking all those things that that are impossible. That's door opens the tells, you know, so much more is possible. It's really beautiful. It was like for you for the open house are because we have on my wife. We we went and when we actually decided to go and do the open house. I'm as I said, it was it was I opening. I mean, really stunning. I remember when we went through and just you see all of these different opportunities. You said kind of the world of the nevers, and we had all that, you know, he's not gonna walk. He's not gonna talk. Right. You're just basically thinking that. Boy. I mean, what's life going to be like, and then people can also be very insensitive and in cruelty? To another extent. But to go through the process, and then be sitting kind of in the main building that we call the Finley center and then ask him Benjamin. Just what do you think? And he said I'd love to go to college like herald was his older brother, and I'm like, wow, he was able to process that himself that he wants to have these same opportunities. I mean, you know, because they wanna live independently sometimes, unfortunately, and we've experienced it as parents, you're so used to almost holding them back and cobbling and protecting and rightfully so. But yet they want to be able to experience, you know, Benjamin wants to have an opportunity to drive whether he's ever able to do that is a different story. But they see things that other people do and they don't see themselves as being restricted. And so it it was really just a powerful experience for us. And then then you're trying to figure out how to make it happen. When you come back next. I want to address address some of the funding to mentioned before that will invite you back, you know, briefly. There is invested up. I get to come back. Absolutely. Who are interested in finding out more as well. The the information about funding and how you can apply for grants and things like that is available on the website as well. Right. And the fact of because we're accredited that's that's a huge deal. So people can go ahead. And just like, you know, we've talked about going to a standard college university. You can go through and fill out FAFSA. So people can get financial aid. We've got Pell grants. I mean, there's also options because of the credit Asian, which which is huge a lot of schools that could just be that. It's just a program, but knowing that you specifically have those pieces in place really makes a huge difference. As and kids is, you know, Bryan Chan right who I work closely with our vice president expansion. He is he starts up telling families kids want to go to college. Right. And so when these kids that have intellectual disabilities can say, I want to go to college like, my brother, you know, that means something it's not just going to shepherds. It's going to shepherds college. When Benjamin I came home. That's all he was like, I'm in college. Now that was a big big deal. And it still is let's help so many more kids in college. Now. Right. Really does. Thank you so much. So we've been talking to Brian page the senior vice president of development at shepherd's college. Again, the dates that you want to know about to visit the campus you can visit on preview days on April twenty six or may tenth. They're gonna be a few more in the fall as well. We they would love for you to register. So they know how many folks are gonna show up at the shepherds, college dot EDU the open houses on may fourth. You don't have to register..

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"bryan chan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"bryan chan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Right. We are live in the AllState skyline studio, and if you have someone in your life, maybe a friend, maybe a child, maybe there's some students that you have in your community that might benefit from a place like shepherds college where individuals with intellectual disabilities are encouraged recip- potential, and so many different ways horticulture that greenhouse is amazing which is part of the tour coming up at the open house and the preview and. That you know, that greenhouse was just so wonderful. How many there are thousands of plants that these students are working on our? Yes. Yeah. Which which is great because you're really trying to teach them and train them. Just what it looks like to you know, do four arrangements. I mean take care of yards. I mean, you know, businesses I mean, all sorts of things, and they love it. We are talking to to Brian pay TSE senior vice president of development at at shepherd's college. And when I was there one of the someone who works with landscaping was formerly a student. I believe. I. I can't think off leaving only been there for about three years right to to. Oh, I don't want to extend your state, right? Exactly. They're like, wait a minute. Didn't ask for a raise? We want more time off raise the money listener as if they can't make it to one of the open house or preview dates is there a way to perhaps schedule a tour of the campus. Yeah. There's it's it's not restricted. So somebody doesn't have to only come on a preview day or an open house. You can come in those plenty of people that like you did right, man. So somebody can actually just go ahead, and they call they could say I'm going to be coming in town. Is it possible can come by? So we have several staff that are prepared to go ahead and take someone around give them tours. I mean, that's the nice thing that we do because you know, sometimes it may not be a family that's tied to a student. It may be a donor. It may business. That's interested in saying. Hey, what if there's some things that we can maybe partner with you? And so we strongly encourage that because I think that's so impactful when people actually get on the campus and see it. That's it really is an eye opening and. Wonderful experience meet some of the students to take a tour, and this is again in southern Wisconsin just across the border with Illinois put the name of the town union grove, Wisconsin in girlfriend and another listener asks from eight one five does social emotional disability qualify. It does. That's where really the all the assessment process really comes in. So any student that is looking to potentially come to shepherds the families end of working with the staff, they go through kind of the whole process of really seeing what the fit is. Because we we have a combination you, and I've talked about students said have down syndrome students that have asked burgers students that are autistic my son situation's a little bit different. He didn't really have a diagnosis like that. Because he had a bleed at birth. And so it had a shunt placed. So he was really diagnosed as really having cognitive delays. But everybody's situation is different. And so really, you just look and see, you know, part of the process is that is a student. Going to be able to manage themselves work within an environment. Can they follow instructions, you know, work workers, the team interact with other students, but again, they're all all different. And so that definitely is not a disqualifier. And for those who get perhaps missed the first part of the conversation. It is designed to be as as familiar as everybody else has come to understand the college campus with classrooms, obviously in different departments. And there is a dorm. There's a dorm where students are paired with a roommate, and they have a, you know, a common kitchen area. There's also obviously the cafeteria were to eat. Then that's for the first year the second year, there's a two bedroom. Fantastic. Well, it reminded me so much. I mean, you know, exactly what we said traditional, right? The thing the sort of when you have a child that you're told early in their life that they will you know there. There's a world of never all of a sudden exactly I never gonna do this. They're never gonna live independently. They're never you know, you start thinking all those things that are impossible. That's door opens. The tells you know, so much more is possible. It's really beautiful. What it was like for you for the open house. We are because we madly ni- on my my wife. We we went and when we actually decided to go and do the open house. I'm as I said, it was it was I opening. I mean, really stunning. I remember when we went through and just you see all of these different opportunities. You said you kind of the world of the nevers, and we had all that, you know, he's not gonna walk. He's not gonna talk. Right. You're just basically thinking that. Boy. I mean, what's this life going to be like, and then people can also be very insensitive and in cruelty? To another extent. But to go through the process, and then be sitting kind of in the main building that we call the Finley center and then ask him Benjamin. Just what do you think? And he said I'd love to go to college like herald was his older brother, and I'm like, wow, he was able to process that himself that he wants to have the same opportunities. I mean, you know because they wanna live independently. Sometimes unfortunately in we've experienced it as parents, you're so used to almost holding them back and cobbling and protecting and rightfully so. But yet they wanna be able to experience, you know, Benjamin wants to have an opportunity to drive whether he's ever able to do that is is a different story. But they see things that other people do and they don't see themselves as being restricted. And so it it was really just a powerful experience for us. And then then you're trying to figure out how to make it happen. When you come back next. I want to address the address some of the funding to have mentioned before that will invite you back, but you know, briefly. There is to come back. Absolutely. Who are interested in finding out more as well. The the information about funding and how you can maybe apply for grants and things like that is available on the website as well. Right. And the fact that because we're accredited, and that's that's a huge deal. So people can go ahead. And just like, you know, we've talked about going to a standard college university. You can go through and fill out FAFSA. So people can get financial aid. And we've got Pell grants. I mean, there's also options because of the credit nation, which which is huge, you know, a lot of schools that could just be that. It's just a program, but knowing that you specifically have those pieces in place really makes a huge difference. And and kids is, you know, Bryan Chan right who I work closer with our vice-president expansion. He is he starts off telling families kids wanted to go to college. Right. And so when these kids that have intellectual disabilities can say, I want to go to college like, my brother, you know, that means something it's not just going to shepherds. It's going to shepherds college when bench, and I came home. That's all he was like, I'm in college. Now that was a big big deal. And it still is let's help so many more kids Sam in college. Now. Right. It really does. Thank you so much. So we've been talking to Brian page the senior vice president of development at shepherd's college. Again, the dates that you wanna know about to visit the campus you can visit on preview days on April twenty six or may ten they're gonna be a few more in the fall as well. We they would love for you to register. So they know how many folks are gonna show up at the shepherd college dot EDU the open houses on may fourth. You don't have to register..

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"bryan chan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"bryan chan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The state of the union is Tuesday and afterwards, there'll be a response from the opposing party. We'll curious about how these responses come together. And why they're so hard to let's say hit out of the park. So we turn now to someone who's given one Kathleen civilians, she was governor of Kansas in two thousand eight when she gave hers and later became President Obama's health and Human Services Secretary the architect of ObamaCare secretary. Thank you so much for joining us. Good to be with you Lulu. Former Georgia governor candidates. Stacey Abrams will be speaking after the president this Tuesday night. And I guess the common sense advice is always be natural be yourself. Right. Remembering your response to President Bush in two thousand eight what some advice, you would have Abrahams. Well, I would start by saying it's a very tough gig. You get lots and lots and lots of advice from lots and lots of people just caused to be I think more and more frozen about what this possibly meant. I was governor at the time. So the setting I thought would be sort of comfortable by by the time all the lights and camera and make up everything else gets there. It's it doesn't feel like you're in a natural setting at all Stacy is a very gifted speaker, but a very smart strategic democrat. And I think whatever she chooses to say, I'm sure she will say eloquently last year's respondent congressman, Joe Kennedy, advises Abrahams to misplaced your chapstick, of course. Because his lips look so shiny during his address. It was apparently all anyone could focus on. I'd like to how these speeches. Together, aren't there people there to tell you that your lips are shiny who actually is in the room? When you're giving this address in my case, it was some of my family members, lots of strangers crews in lighting and make up and they sort of take over. It's it's just a a difficult venue to appear natural to be calm. Whatever the speech that I gave was widely panned appropriately for being too wooden and to repetitive. And to whatever I did get a call from a good friend who said by makeup, look terrific. I think he was searching for a complimentary. Keeping in mind all the grousing about how the state of the union is less informative that it's an infomercial for whoever whatever president gives it. Do you think the response is really necessary? Do you think it's it's really a moment where you can engage the American people. Well, I thought it was really interesting at least if their numbers are accurate that the last time, the president spoke to the nation and delivered a national security speech, which was again, you know, some kind of infomercial for a wall, and his particular, and I would say somewhat peculiar view of what national security is all about the response had more viewers than did the president's address. Clearly, they might have they might have. There might have been a lot of people watching. But they were panned. I mean, people said that they looked strange and wooden. And also I is there. Is there any way to really get a win out of this? I guess is the question I thought the visuals for a little odd. There's visuals. There is the message. There's I think there probably is a need for some kind of response. And probably if you've got eyeballs on the president you want to take advantage of that and give some alternate and mobile reality based view of the world, but the speech is clearly not meant as refute to the state of the union because you have no idea, particularly this time, no idea what it is that this president may actually suggest to the American people. I think the best you can do. And I think Stacy will do a great job delivering this is a message that can serve as an alternative vision for the country, and where we need to go. That's former h as secretary, Kathleen civilians. Thank you so much. Great did fact ULA from K Q weedy news. I'm Tiffany Cam. Hi this weekend. Crowds are lining up at Santa Rosa's. Russian river brewery to have a taste of Pliny the younger. It's only released once a year and part of the craze that swept the craft beer scene. But despite this Sara Hussain reports that the India pale ale style is seeing subtle backlash. India pale ale r I p a was once the answer to the problem of supplying beer to imperial British troops in the east, the extra hops and high alcohol content helped preserve it during its long journey and for years now the IP allowed many bay area craft brewers to offer something different in their fight against the conglomerates at the recently opened Tigers taproom your Oakland's Jack London square co owner Bryan Chan is bringing me up to speed on. What makes IP special? It's a drinkable.

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"bryan chan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"bryan chan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The state of the union is Tuesday and afterwards, there'll be a response from the opposing party. We're curious about how these responses come together. And why they're so hard to let's say hit out of the park. So we turn now to someone who's given one Kathleen civilians, she was governor of Kansas in two thousand eight when she gave hers and later became President Obama's health and Human Services Secretary the architect of ObamaCare secretary. Thank you so much for joining us. Good to be with you Lulu. Former Georgia governor candidates. Stacey Abrams will be speaking after the president this Tuesday night. And I guess the common sense advice is always be natural be yourself. Right. Remembering your response to President Bush in two thousand eight what some advice, you would have for Abrahams. I would start by saying it's a very tough gig. You get lots and lots and lots of advice from lots and lots of people just caused me to be I think more and more frozen about what this possibly meant. I was governor at the time. So the setting I thought would be sort of comfortable by by the time all the lights and camera and makeup and everything else gets there. It's it doesn't feel like you're in a natural setting at all Stacy is a very gifted speaker, but a very smart strategic democrat. And I think whatever she chooses to say, I'm sure she will say eloquently last year's respondent congressman, Joe Kennedy, advises Abrahams to misplaced your chapstick, of course. Because his lips look so shiny during his address. It was apparently all anyone could focus on. I I'd like to know how these speeches. Come together. Aren't there? People there to tell you that your lips are shiny who actually is in the room. When you're giving this address in my case, it was some of my family members, lots of strangers crews and lighting and make up and they sort of take over. It's it's just a difficult venue to appear natural to become whatever the speech that I gave was widely panned appropriately for being wooden to repetitive. And to whatever I did get a call from a good friend who said bite you make up look terrific. I think he was searching for a complimentary. It get keeping in mind all the grousing about how the state of the union is less informative that it's an infomercial for whoever whatever president gives it. Do you think the response is really necessary? Do you think it's it's really a moment where you can engage the American people. Well, I thought it was really interesting at least if their numbers are accurate that the last time the president spoke to the nation and delivered a national security speech, which was again. Some kind of infomercial for a wall, and his particular, and I would say somewhat peculiar view of what national security is all about the response had more viewers than did the president's address. Clearly there they might have. They might have. There might have been a lot of people watching. But they were panned. I mean, people said that they looked strange and wooden. And also, I is there is there any way to really get a win out of this. I guess is the question I thought the visuals for a little odd. There's visuals. There is the message. There's I think there probably is a need for some kind of response. And probably if you've got eyeballs on the president you want to take advantage of that and give some alternate and may be reality based view of the world. But the speech is clearly not meant as refute to the state of the union because you have no idea, particularly this time, no idea what it is that this president may actually suggest to the American people. I think the best you can do. And I think Stacy will do a great job delivering this is a message that can serve as an alternative vision for the country, and where we need to go that's for H, h as secretary, Kathleen civilians. Thank you so much great attack. You love. From ABC news. I'm Tiffany Cam. Hi this weekend. Crowds are lining up at Santa Rosa's Russian river brewery to have a taste of Pliny the younger. It's only released once a year and part of the craze that swept the craft beer scene. But despite this cake, Sarah Husseini reports that the India pale ale style is seeing a subtle backlash. India pale ale or PA was once the answer to the problem of supplying beer to imperial British troops in the east, the extra hops and high alcohol content helped preserve it during its long journey and for years now the IP allowed many bay area craft brewers to offer something different in their fight against the conglomerates at the recently opened Tigers taproom near Oakland's Jack London square co owner Bryan Chan is bringing me up to speed on. What makes.

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