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Fresh update on "buchanan" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

06:18 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "buchanan" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Is down one and a quarter percent 82 38 a barrel coming slows down two tenths of a percent at 1781 40 an ounce the dollar yen one 1384 the Euro 1642 the British found 5.38 19 Mortgage rates in the U.S. continue to climb the average for a 30 year loan 3.09% up from 3.05% last week and it's the highest since April 8th That is a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues now Paul Sweeney and pat Miller Very quick Jerry thank you so much we appreciate it You know we are on top of this crypto space here on this show and it's becoming clearer and clearer that some regulation is coming to the world of crypto Let's get some more color on that Mary Beth Buchanan president of America's and global chief legal officer Merkel science Mary Beth it just feels like the drum beat is really beginning to pound here for regulation of what is a growing crypto market Gary gensler a new head of the SEC certainly making some comments there How do you think this will really evolve over time I think there's been a lot of really great news in the cryptocurrency space in the last few weeks and as crypto continues to grow and have mass adoption not just in the U.S. but across the globe regulators are taking a much closer look at it and they're looking at many different aspects from stable coins to defy to new expected guidance coming out today from the fad of It's an exciting time but I agree with you that additional regulation will be coming So it's interesting to think about Gary gensler regulating this space is Bitcoin a security no I think that Gary gensler is certainly in a great position to understand the cryptocurrency markets as he's been teaching at MIT The SEC has been pretty clear that Bitcoin is not a security And so I don't think that there's any danger that this is going to change in the near future So Mary Beth the U.S. Justice Department created a national cryptocurrency enforcement team that sounds ominous What is that Yeah the cryptocurrency enforcement team that was announced in early October by the Deputy Attorney General is an effort by many different components of the Department of Justice to come together and to really attack one of the latest plagues in the crypto space which is ransomware attacks Ransomware attacks have gone up a 151% in 2021 as compared to 2020 And so this task force is going to help root out those who would use cryptocurrency to try to attack and strangle businesses in the U.S. and throughout the globe What you've been involved in the digital space for quite a while now What can be done You know whenever I see a ransomware attack I always think that's silly because it's not an anonymous transaction We know that it's going to wallets We know which wallets it's trading in But those wallets aren't attached to names So what can be done In order to really attack the ransomware actors we're going to need to see a lot of collaboration between cryptocurrency exchanges Blockchain analytics companies like purple science and the government Recently or rather later in late summer the Justice Department called the industry together and shared with us some of the information that they've been learning with recent ransomware attacks and we shared with the government some information that we've been learning So I think that through this collaboration information sharing we're going to be able to stop these attackers before they can find additional victims So Beth a lot of folks are saying that the crypto space really needs regulation if no other reason than for it to be validated for its development and for more investment how do you think this is going to play out Is this something that our government currently has a capability to regulate It just feels like so much as new about crypto and the knowledge level isn't anywhere where it needs to be I think most of the private sector crypto companies want regulation But they want clear regulation and they want to have a voice in creating it Right now we do have a patchwork of regulations in the United States We have different agencies that are looking at different aspects of how cryptocurrency operates There may be a few spaces where we're still seeing the absence of some regulation And what we need to do I think is identify where there's a vacuum and create a reasonable set of rules that make sense to make sure that we're addressing all aspects of the crypto space I mean what you do or at least part of what you do is you help financial companies government entities as you were saying crypto companies prevent attacks prevent getting ripped off basically If I'm an investor my main concern is where do I hold this stuff If I put a million or 2 million into crypto I want somebody I can trust Custody and that asset are we in a place where there is a safe and trustworthy place for me to put those assets There are a number of extremely well respected custodians that are holding cryptocurrency today And those custodians are regulated They are utilizing the latest technology to monitor their transactions to know who they're doing business with And there are many options out there today from the traditional crypto custodian And even to certain U.S..

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Outsourcing Sales: A New Model for B2B Sales With JumpCrew Sales VP Jarron Vosburg

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02:31 min | Last month

Outsourcing Sales: A New Model for B2B Sales With JumpCrew Sales VP Jarron Vosburg

"This whole idea. I we're gonna dig into this. As of outsource sales as sort of a harbinger of the future sales. I think is really interested in talk about so. So wh- under what circumstances do companies want to hire you because i understand startups I find it more cost. Effective capitol efficient to outsource the whole thing may ramp faster than the way they're trying to internally but also then you work with a lot of established companies as well so so give us some use cases good question. There's a couple of key use cases that we've seen one is the startup environment where they've got product. Maybe they have a seed round of funding. They're ready to go to market. And maybe the founding team just doesn't have the interest resources or capital to do it themselves as other turn to someone like jump. Crude actually conceptualize the entire go to market strategy and build the entire playbook to to help them. They have marketing team so marketing teams are collaborators of ours. They'll help guide to strategy will collaborate as a sounding board and help bring some experience from a number of different industries that we support and then we can apply that expertise to help guide their strategy and execute on it. So that's been a huge part of us. That ability to collaborate and clearly defined swim lanes roles and responsibilities and not step on toes sets definitely a use case jump cruise model being really that integrated digital and sales component has definitely been a huge differentiator for us and so companies at that stage. Need both foreshore and so we can plug and play there. Another use cases companies that have product market have sold their product before Have seen some things that are working well but know that. There's opportunity that they're not capitalizing on. Maybe just aren't sure exactly how to capitalize on that opportunity. So that's a really great place for us to plug into usually have key. Resources already allocated to taking care of one responsibility or another disciplined. But they jump through say. Hey we've got all these leads sitting in this bucket and they're collecting dust or this legislation passed and we wanna capitalism such opportunity. But we can't hire enough so though users in that in that scenario and i'd say the other buchanan broad but the other would probably do you. It got something that they know working really well and they just got a pour gasoline on fire as they need somebody who's got the infrastructure in place technology personnel leadership experience to actually go in and take playbook that they know is working execute on that playbook velocity and then inevitably learn pretty quickly about how to fine-tune it and make it working better.

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"buchanan" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

06:23 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"Today's just variety is sponsored by. Hbo max presenting the flight attendant nominated for nine emmys including outstanding comedy series and outstanding lead actress in a comedy series for keighley cocoa. Welcome back to just for variety. I'm your host mark malkan. Here's more of tanner buchanan so next season new season. Tell me everything i know. You want to see. We're fighting a revealing. His name is thanos half the population. Oh that's show that's movie that's adventuresome I mean this season is the world keeps getting bigger bigger and bigger. I mean everybody knows in silvers back. Everybody's wanted that for a long time in ariza specifically in the third movie was pretty pretty crazy but this i mean the world's bigger i guess i can say about my character is You know he's. He is turning to the dark side is so many people will screw them over on the past. He's kind of tired of that However do this season. He has a lot of growing to do. But i feel like this season is the moment Specifically in his life where this is where he's going to decide what road he's gonna take. What road is he gonna take. It's kinda going to influence the rest of his life and he does make that decision. Tommy you're not gonna tell me what it is a bit. No but he does have. He has two ways he could kind of go and he makes that decision by the end And it was. It was very exciting to explore all that because there was a bunging things. I was trying to mess with through the entire season. I'm what what were do i wanna use. I'm interested to see to see where robbie's Next in kind of where. The next portion of his life goes. I think this was a big. This was a big learning season for him. So i'm excited for people to see in for people to see that connect to that. How many seasons see cobra kai go. I don't know i've i've is trying to do the math the other day. I mean i would do it forever. But i think about. I think i'm seventeen. I think everyone is sixteen However i do think these three were still in twenty nineteen So we're currently two years behind current. I'm is hard to do the math on it. Because i mean the whole idea. Is you know it's an under eighteen in us. That's what everything is. Everything's under eighteen karate. tournament So i mean. By the time we turn eighteen Maybe who knows. I need to talk to the righted. See where they're gone. They were going to join the ufc cobra high seniors. Yeah there you go. How difficult was it going back to shooting during the pandemic it was it was. It was definitely interesting. we shot. He's all that during the pandemic as well. it's it's weird You know we're getting cova tests every other day. Keynote try and then no one can really hang out with each other. You really are only hanging out onset when in reality usually get to hang out with everybody is you know you go out to e in have you know go do something on the weekends with everybody and that just wasn't was possible And i'm kind of. I'm very much a clean freak and i don't think so i was freaking out Actually have i have found out gandak. I have ocd So i had to actually. It was very hard for me. Because i had to get used to it And being around people actually. What did you do to get you what you do too. You know there's intimate scenes. You're on top of each other meditation about attention. Yeah it was a lot. It's a lot of meditation breathing. Just to kind of. I've i've gotten better now Gotten better now. Just because i think all the vaccines and everything makes everybody feel a little bit safer So i'm not as bad. But i'm still still have to prepare myself. You know do breathing. Even though everybody's getting tested were wearing masks as soon as they say cut it's still nerve wracking. It's interesting now a business where they're telling us that you need to wear masks and can't do that right. We are going to take our masks off so it was. It was nerve wracking But you know if you just breezed through it and remember to have fun and and stays safe as possible and everybody has He's all that there was no shutdowns. everybody to and we all stay safe in cobra kai everybody stayed safe. Awesome to and we. We did great. So so let's talk. Let's talk about shallow edo..

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"buchanan" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"Are you. I am good. How are you. I'm good so the second time or meeting. We met brad. Mtv movie tv awards. Tv awards whatever they call them now and then you you a without us and then you were talking about this movie and now everyone's going to see it. Yes i i think it's always a little nerve wracking Obviously you know because it is a remake and everything. You want to make everybody happy. So and you're kind of I'm putting my own spin on una character that everybody knows in love so i gotta make sure that. I just hope i did it. Justice in everybody's happy with it. So yeah it's a little nerve wracking so let's talk about the original. Have you seen the original. When signed it had has that cult classic thing but not everyone is seeing the original. She's all that so. Had you seen the original before you signed on. Yeah yeah so. I actually well i watch. Rahm comes romantically. That's my thing usually. That's what i usually consume on a daily basis multiple times. And then obviously i tried sue. Make sure that. I you know i had the essence of it going into it so i watched it. I can't remember. It was like four or five times Just to make sure just to cover all my bases you know rose picking up on every little thing that could op- up in our script In like i said try to make everybody happy on giving fans of the original but also people coming in that have no clue it. She's all that news. Make them fans of it so they can go back and watch the originals

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Cobra Kais Tanner Buchanan Talks About Starring Opposite TikTok Star

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Cobra Kais Tanner Buchanan Talks About Starring Opposite TikTok Star

"Are you. I am good. How are you. I'm good so the second time or meeting. We met brad. Mtv movie tv awards. Tv awards whatever they call them now and then you you a without us and then you were talking about this movie and now everyone's going to see it. Yes i i think it's always a little nerve wracking Obviously you know because it is a remake and everything. You want to make everybody happy. So and you're kind of I'm putting my own spin on una character that everybody knows in love so i gotta make sure that. I just hope i did it. Justice in everybody's happy with it. So yeah it's a little nerve wracking so let's talk about the original. Have you seen the original. When signed it had has that cult classic thing but not everyone is seeing the original. She's all that so. Had you seen the original before you signed on. Yeah yeah so. I actually well i watch. Rahm comes romantically. That's my thing usually. That's what i usually consume on a daily basis multiple times. And then obviously i tried sue. Make sure that. I you know i had the essence of it going into it so i watched it. I can't remember. It was like four or five times Just to make sure just to cover all my bases you know rose picking up on every little thing that could op- up in our script In like i said try to make everybody happy on giving fans of the original but also people coming in that have no clue it. She's all that news. Make them fans of it so they can go back and watch the originals

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"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

17:52 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Find me when he finally left a it was scary but it really felt like a backpack have just been lifted from holders and to set down the sidewalk. I physically felt lighter. Esther as you're listening to us and you can see on a reliving your experience right and you can see see how happy ana is and you can see that. She weathered that and she's been through that and relates to you and knows exactly what you're going through but then you see and listen to a woman that's on the other side of all of that. Does that give you some kind of courage or hope. Yes it sounds very scary I almost know what i need to get him. There's been struggle. yeah. I'm so sorry that will be highs and lows. When i was going through my divorce. I went from having like a fridge constantly stocked because i love to cook and i'm kind of a homemaker always entertaining to living in this funky cool apartment because my husband wouldn't leave my house to having like mustard and like a six pack and it felt like who. Is this kind of. Yeah yeah. I love that picture of the muster and whatever like hardly anything and a smaller little place because even if you downsize and you don't have the life that you had it's kinda cool right like we're all of a sudden you have like i'm on my own and i can do this. I can do with a lot less. I was like. Oh my god. I'm making every decision. And i don't have to check in with anybody here then. Yeah yeah especially somebody who didn't make me feel very good. You know well you know. There's there's so many ways to betray our partners in marriage sex with somebody else's just another kind of betrayal but a lot of people like to think that sex with somebody else's this ultimate betrayal but there's betrayals along the way long before their sex with another partner. There's something that is missing. There is something that is being overlooked. It's just a symptom right. You guys esther you've been fighting a lot or you were fighting a lot in the past. So we've all heard the expression. Once a cheater always a cheater. I do believe that people can come back from affairs. I do. I truly do but it depends on how it played out what was going on. What was the quality of the relationship ahead of time. What are both parties willing to do. And to rebuild trust is a whole other dynamic. Where if you guys went to a therapist the therapist would say okay. You guys want to rebuild this and you really want your marriage to work. What is going on with you that you feel like you need something else. Are you not getting attention at home. What is this connection with this other person. It was the only other person. And what are you going to do going forward. That's going make esther feel secure now. A lot of people want to be forgiven but they want to go right back to what they had before game over. It will never be the same as what it was before. I don't mean to tell you that to break your heart. I mean to tell you that so that you know that. Sometimes things have to completely break for new things to be built. The new model of your relationship is hundred thousand percent transparency. Meaning sometimes husbands and wives too. If they've cheated are asked to like okay. Well you go to work and you need to check in with her at nine. Am twelve three pm until that partner it could be a year could be six months. It could be two years until about partner has rebuilt that feeling of okay. I'm secure. i'm okay. The person who did the cheating has to do. Double time work to rebuild trust within the partner by almost overly communicating about everything. They are doing everything that they are to the point of like over the top. Because that's the only thing. Time is the only thing that solves this but time is just an aspect of it. What do you do with that time going. Forward by the way esther. Can you stand house in he go. So that's he offered that he said if you wanna stay in the house. He's parents are two houses away. He's grandparents but he refused. He doesn't wanna go there. He says i'm going back to my family. Went on my own selves eighteen going back to my parents or my grandparents. He said if you want me to leave the house. I'll sleep in the car and i don't wanna do that it also. His business is in the backyard so even if he moves out he's gonna come and work here every day and so. We were playing selling the house in a month so i told him. Why don't we just sell the house and with fat bellevue enough to pay a lease for a year for each one of us. Get an apartment. So i suggest that yeah. This is perfect. This is great news on type of any better. Okay so keep them on the couch for the entire month and move toward selling the house. This is great because it's thirty days woods awesome about this is that you're already in a place where there's a transition have. Yes it may really help you emotionally figure out what makes you happy. And what's fulfilling to you. It's great it's built in for you. Esther you sell the house you both get your piece of the house of the sale and then you say like let's just take a beat and you ask for a temporary separation and you demand that he goes to therapy on his own. Oh he already doing that. Okay and then you go on your own because this is also you esther. This is used solving this. Old historical men are the leaders. Women are submissive. That's what you need to go. Get somebody to support you and help you define your own confidence in your own way and really give you a voice and so when you have that separation and you're not under the same roof you can think clearly so you're not going to say let's get a divorce. It's just let's use that time. I need some space. So that i can get some clarity from this and you have some work to do to on your own and then we will come together in ninety days. We'll sit down for coffee and we'll talk about what we've learned about ourselves and then we'll go from there like. Don't worry get a month to month lease something. Just get under your own roof because you haven't had enough time before you met him. You were still so young and you weren't on your feet financially yet. When you met him. I really feel like you need to feel your success that you have now independently of him to kind of feel that and really. Just be in your own space. There's no no but you ought to whenever we've lived with somebody and there's been something like this it's almost impossible to heal and it's almost impossible to stay mad at them because they walk into kitchen and they say something funny and you're like oh you're cute and the next thing you know you're right back at it like it's really hard and esther. I know you had mentioned that. You guys were trying to conceive. So this was a particularly. Let's say like emotionally loaded time in a fragile relationship so as like you kind of take away. The advice and the food for thought that april has given you. My word of caution would be a pregnancy is a beautiful time in a strong relationship. It is a really hard vulnerable time though. And if you want to raise your baby with a partner you want somebody. Who's really there for you that you can count on because you know you don't feel awesome about yourself is a weirdly longtime so. I know that that that may be taking a pause on. That is kind of heartbreaking. Because i know that you guys have been future rising. And i don't want to take those slots away from you all. I want you to have as many babies as you want. And they will be gorgeous. Because you're gorgeous. Don't let the age thing stress you out. I was thirty five. When i i tried to get pregnant and worked and i do believe that. Even if he didn't sleep with her. Like april said there is definitely a form of betrayal here. And it certainly doesn't make you think like oh well he won't with her and also april and i have the luxury of a little bit of time in a distance with all of this. But there's a reason why we're not obsessing about her or even much about him we already kind of know that's for the age perk comes in that unless he does radical transformation. This relationship will be hard. I really don't like that. He said the controlling thing. The i'll sleep in the car thing. That's definitely hebrew that you can't change and from my experience it's very very difficult for people to recognize that in themselves because those types of people also very much believe it highly manipulative. People almost don't know it because it's like they're so self absorbed narcissism and their shit. They just throw it back out there without really taking your heart into consideration the way they should yeah. Love isn't self-preservation right. Yeah and if not up to you to be seventy percent of the relationship. I do believe that his own thoughts and his own torment whatever's going on with him is too consuming for him to get out of and you can't bring him out of that either. The interesting that you that. Because through all this i feel like every time i wanna decide to do something. Every time i think about you know what's the next step for me for separation. 'cause i know that needs to happen i think about him. What is he gonna do in the car. I don't want him to be settled time. I don't want so. I think you know how uncomfortable how hard is going to be on him. Esther unfortunately biggest survive. I was like who's gonna make dentist appointment for a. Yeah that's me. I do everything for him. Pretty much. And i don't lie. Why is like. I do the find our finances together so we have our bank accounts together the bills i do all the you know housekeeping stuff and so for. He doesn't even do. He's on andreea. We'll good thing is parents are two doors down. What does he bring to the relationship. What are his skill sets within the marriage. I don't know if. I know how to answer that really. He's very kind. I gotta say he's well before this happened. I fell. he did put me i. And he's always checking with me. What do you want to do. Whatever you wanna do is go into this. He actually mentioned to go counseling together before this whole thing happened is better relationship communication. He felt like we're having a communication. But i don't know i could not put into words. What he made me feel good. He made me feel safe. I don't worry about anything. When i'm pam it's here have men i'm content. Yeah well you also have spent a lot of time on your own. I mean that's nice that on that one day week like what would you like to do. But i just heard me say this before on the fun. Gasoline dislike my friend used to say. That's like patting the tenor on the back for clearing his throat. Before he sings the aria given that somebody your partner comes home and says hey. What do you want to do on sunday. It just seems like you do the brunt of everything and what does forgiveness look like forgiveness is in the mind and the heart. Forgiveness is not in an action. There's something else right. And why are we forgiving. Someone just because they asked us to forgive or you know. There's so many things that you have to do but no this when you worry about him and you think well i don't wanna put them out in effect what you're doing is you're taking away his journey to figuring that stuff out to becoming a real man because i think that whatever this is this emotional affair which by the way is almost worse than a physical one is also a way of showing you that he's not one hundred percent ready for deep intimacy and commitment because if it was happening during a time of trying to conceive a child which is the extension of your relationship he chose to divert his energy and attention to someone else that tells me that there's a little bit of maturity there there's a little bit of a lack of readiness and that's what he has to look at. That has nothing to do with you. And that's the scary part if you're going to carry a baby in your body don't you want somebody who's a grownup who is going to run. Every time the wind blows the kid gets sick. Or you know you lose your job. You know it's like because otherwise there's always a reason you so it's not about like can we put this marriage back on track. You have to figure out. What do you expect. You guys are missing a lot. And i think it's because you're working two jobs you see each other basically one day a week the rest of the time. It's just like hit the sack and go to bed at night. You guys are like ships passing in the night. And i don't know how old he was when he met you. Twenty five k. I mean come on so when people get together under thirty and honest this last time i could tell my son if i can enforce the idea of my son not getting married until he was thirty. I would because when you get married in your twenties. You're getting married before you've actually completed your story. You're getting married before you make money before you have the career. You're supposed to have before your i call it like the fully-developed story and so you short circuit development and then everybody's like oh. My marriage is falling apart. Were cheating but it's really because those two got married too young so he's still in growth mode. Yeah he only dated this other girl before me. The girl that keeps going back to. I told him i don't care about her. What you keep going back. So there's something right so she has been trying to get in our entire relationship but he's giving her the power right so i told him about her. I don't care about her She's seven years younger. That makes us a kit. He's talking to a twenty two year old. What does that tell you. There's a maturity her lifestyle. It's completely opposite than nine. It's asking is that why esther. Oh ester this is part of the hamster wheel. Yeah i used to think the same thing if you can just really avoid comparison. You can't solve anything and it's detrimental to your spirit. She's right esther but it also has very much to do with you. And here's why it's more common that when men get married and they get married too young or they're lacking self confidence maturity. They cheat down because with the person who is younger less evolved less successful less educated. They get to feel very empowered and power. Full my god. You're so right. Girl is looking up at him. Big eyes and like wow. He's older he's experienced your partner. You are a sophisticated shoulder to shoulder highly educated. You are grounded. You are mature and then when you're talking to him and you're but you chose her data you sound very mom. You sound like the mother teaching her son the rules of the world. And that's not where you want to be as a female in a marriage it's off balance so he didn't look to a sophisticated highly educated successful woman who makes more money than you who has more degrees behind her name. He went down. I have to tell you a memory guys. Yeah i remember one time in a heated argument during my first divorce. I said to him. mommy's gone. Mike god oh that's going to be all that you know no matter what you sort of land on and with the next year looks like for you. I just want you to seek joy in yourself gravity to things. That are rewarding. And i don't think you should ever look at life as like you've invested seven to ten years already so therefore you must invest the rest of your life. You don't know anybody that time. This is yours so esther thank you so much for opening up with us and i don't know if everything we've said today is easy but we have your back we care about. You really appreciate the. What an honor the are gonna land on your feet esther. Trust yourself get into your heart and your vulnerability so that you can find your voice and you can find your strength and make sure when you're in process that you only get on the phone or see people in person who back you and celebrate your independent decisions because what you need. Right now is consistency in a community. That really cheers you on so seek that out and that will give you a lot of help. Thank you so much really helped. Bring some clarity to the best. You're amazing esther. Yeah you're amazing you're gonna tackle life hook so truly you are so strong. You're really.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:24 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"That relationship work yet. Esther in the relationship that i was talking about. I remember after catching him literally walking in. I didn't have enough money to like. Get him off of my leaks. He didn't have any income so it was kind of like. I guess i have to give him. It just felt so exhausting and tormenting i probably spent a lot more time tormenting myself like trying to put the pieces together of like wait. There was that one time that he was like over. The you know like running that hamster wheel. And i'm grateful for all my experiences but i do harbor a little resentment. I felt like a neurotic crazy person. Because i was told that all the time and that was really hard to digest all the time. I don't know if your husband does exactly those things. But i really flagged in your email. You know when you wrote that. He said that you were being controlling ice to hear that shit. All the time omega yeah. It's always controlling when you don't want somebody to cheat on you. So i think april is exactly right that this isn't yours yet your living with it and i think that he may need to understand what it does to you and how it makes you feel. I think it's best just to figure out ourselves first and then once we have that foundation then we can tackle as a team. Like what's going on but i don't care if he actually slept with her. It's almost like my as well as you. Because i don't care because the lying if you're lying to me at all it's so against the grain of who i am as a person so i know that when somebody i'm working with or living with or partnering with is out of their integrity. It doesn't matter why because it's not how i operate. So can i forgive somebody when they're out of integrity. Sure 'cause holding anger and hostility is like drinking poison but do i want to stay in that environment when there's too many people that do operate from integrity. That's the choice you have to make and when somebody cries like that like i'm sorry i really must stub it's been i'm like oh my gosh. That's more about him. Esther than it is about. I love you. He might be saying. I love you. Take me back. I'm sorry. I didn't do anything. I should've told you that i was talking to her. I'm greg the crying is from a different place has zero to do with love. So please don't hear that or see that and then fall right back into it because that's what happens right. We hear the crying. we see. oh i love you too. That's exactly what he's doing he's like. I can't believe i screwed up the years. I have my life like immolate ruined. So did you hear that. I can't i screwed up. I still making about him and not about you because if he was making it about you. You probably wouldn't. You're the one that's supposed to be crying not have already. i understand. But that's that's a way of controlling you that's that projection thing right because you're controlling. Well there's a little bit controlling of you going on right now to. It's just done differently. You're a little bit more. Direct your outspoken. You seemed a lot of integrity. What was your family dynamic like. What were you told about. Women men marriage when you were growing up the opposite of what i believe surly meaning. It's what i'm doing. What i come from a background where women are very submissive. And it's almost okay for the guy cheat and be abusive in any form or shape and the wife has to forget and forgive and go back to their spouse. My mom even set to me once. You're never gonna find a guy basically. I'm the opposite of what i'm supposed to be say you're strong wheel. He do whatever one. And i supposed to be. Submissive guys has the last word. And i always knew not how should work and before this. I don't think we. I don't think he is drawing. He checks with me on everything really so we make decisions together. So that's my liked about him but yeah going back to your question. That's how it is twinned from. Where are you from originally the caribbean. So it's interesting. That is still playing you because all of your family and ancestors believed that. That's the way life is that the men are the decision makers that men can screw up and women have to defer and women have to be submissive and women must forgive and forget so you're literally dueling with who you are today as woman who's very smart and accomplished and driven and strong willed and the old kind of historical stuff from family lineage. Because you don't have a support system so you're feeling alone and then when you are reaching back and connecting back to family. They're not supporting you in the are you nuts. Get the heck out of there right. Because their training is yesterday we can forgive but we should never ever forget and it's impossible anyway right. It's always there and forgiveness. Doesn't mean you stay forgiveness you forgive then must take an action along with your forgiveness. No one ever said forgiveness spent. I forgive you. Let's stay in this. It's i forgive you. But i need to make a decision for me as a human being as a woman and history will keep repeating itself. So what i recommend to you. Esther is that you build your network. You build your community of women who are educated as you are strong willed as you are independent. Found a way to make it on their own. Don't believe in infidelity. Because you need the other voice in your head saying what do you want to do and that your mental wellbeing is everything if you lose your self esteem and your well being how you feel about yourself this will repeat itself either with him or with everybody else. And what happens as you get older. It's like chipping away. It's like it's like water. That erodes iraq it just keeps going and going and going and you wake up and you're forty and you're fifty and suddenly going. Where did i go. who am i. This is just old stuff that you're doing and so how can we get you into a place of empowerment so that you can really put this on the table. Get some clarity around it to help you. Slowly make some decisions because the divorce thing or the separation thing or living apart from him will and i believe should happen however there are things to do now to help you do those things if you try to do those things before. You have figured out how you want to be treated. What does marriage into you. How do you feel safe. How do you feel love unless you do those things and what you feel you deserve in this lifetime. You can't do the stuff we can tell you to move out tomorrow. It's not gonna stick because you gotta fix yourself first and then slowly. Those decisions will be very easy to make. They're just not easy to.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

06:47 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"That you want to do. The one million dollar question I love him mason. My husband and i believe that he loves me. I mean i struggle when it first happened. Believe that knocked all his people through this twice for what i seen. He's very confused or west confused. Now he's very phil's lawyer were morris than he cried so much. I've never seen a crime this much. But i guess i really want to know if there is a way that i can get that space that i need from him being stay in this house because i didn't do last i i feel like i should have left house completely and spend time away from him. So is marriage the element. that's different. Now yes so. You had reached a closer breaking point of separation before you were married as opposed to this time when you're kind of feeling like i should see this through because of the institution of marriage or because of the relationship can you you differentiate one of the marriage feel that it's a big deal. We make bowels to stay together through better for worse. But i believe he slipped her. I know they're still are lying and trust that you know. I do not appreciate how he i told him. This made me feel like. I was going crazy. Because when i was asking him not yelling was asking him to tell them the truth. I kept saying can you please increase Insisting he is red and so at some point in that conversation outside. I really hope i'm not wrong. And you know blaming him like this and going off from him and so is allied back really hurts me i in my twenties i was in a relationship like this but we moved in together after like three or four months of dating. He cheated on me when we were just living together. We got married. And then the pattern continued to repeat itself. And i felt really small along the way and we would have these irrational nonsensical arguments. It felt like he was determined to be angry at me. And i couldn't figure out why it felt terrible. I didn't realize how unhappy i wasn't till after i left him and my friends were like. Oh my god you're so happy. I don't know if divorce is in your future strike. Don't want you to have to like kind of tackle that mental hurdle right now unless april wants you to all support while we talk about that a lot right on like we hear these stories and then when we say. You don't have to think about divorce right now. There's so many steps that come before that right so of course. You don't have to think about that right now but you do have to think about what this is because when you talk about love does love make you feel imbalanced. Does love make you feel like you've gone completely mad. Does love lie. it doesn't people do. And sometimes we conflate those two right we say well we've made our vows and so marriage is important through sickness and in health through good and bad but in those vows we also commit. That will be. Honest will be truthful and loyal and faithful. And when you have a problem with a partner who has a habitual pattern of this. You are no longer dealing with the marital issue. You're dealing with a character issue so esther it's not really up to you to quote unquote work on this. This is his deal and on what you were saying about your relationship where there was a lot of anger pointed at you. I honestly feel like a lot of people do this when they don't feel like they're on your level and so they go through a lot of anger your way as a way of kind of sabotaging it whether they're aware of it or not that's what they're doing they're making it acrimonious. They're making it difficult and challenging so when this other stuff happened they can say well. We find all the time. It's a way of pushing away intimacy and pushing away. That partner an esther. I don't know what kind of dating history you had. I think you're young when you met him. But did you have any full year to year relationships before you met him i did. I had my first when i was sixteen but late bloomer and i didn't get physical with Handling the work together for three years but we were best friends. Were officially dating. He met my family and everything. We still talk to this day. Occasionally not to match our respect for each other spouses but he was my best friend growing up in. So when i was old enough sixteen You know he became my boyfriend. Three years we're engaged and it was wonderful. And then after that i had another two years relationship to that was very toxic and two three years a long distance and yeah i knew from the get go. That was very toxic right and after that relationship. How long was it before you met your now husband I had besides do. I had a brief one of four months before i met him. My thought esther is that you know. Sixteen to nineteen almost doesn't even count. I'm so glad you had a beautiful lovely relationship but engaged to somebody between the ages of sixteen and nineteen your child your child at that time and then to go into that into a two year. My thought is that you lean on men for your security that you haven't been on your own enough to realize just how smart and strong and independent you went for your post grad. You're a smart girl. You're a hardworking girl. You can do anything on your own but there is this pattern of you being with men without knowing that you can stand on your own. Two feet does that make sense. Yes definitely april. I feel like you could have described me the same way really completely. Yeah we forget how amazing we are. You know and what we can do and and it's so hard when you're younger and you don't have that prior experience of kind of accomplishing on your own and and if we're young and we don't have any money and then we move in with somebody. I mean. it's kind of awesome. That you guys found this amazing relationship in love and marriage at a time where out of default you moved in. You know if you had had a nice bank account at that time and had your place you wouldn't have moved in with him your gut right your instincts which are just like inherent in us as humans. Were screaming at you saying it's too soon. I don't know this person. But you're like i had to because i didn't have a choice. Ana how many women do this like. Because of a financial issue everybody moves in and.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:46 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"This happening and he said well moving with me and i i say no. I can't do that. I don't believe in moving in with your boyfriend before you get married and also. I just met you two weeks ago so i know anything about him. He didn't know anything about me. We met online so it was very scary and biting choice. It was either leaving the street or moving in with him so him and i was also a little concerned if i do have a strong personality but thanks to win well we worked really well. We'll get along super world and For year and a half things were great and right before the two years mark relationship something was off. We were fighting a lot. And so i went through his phone and found some tax between hand axe to confront him and he said that yes he cheated. I was very hurt. I told him. I need to move out. I had a job bannon so it wasn't like i couldn't move out but you know it was just a what to do if i wanted to. And so he's like. I'll help you financially. I hope you look for department. So we did even apply an apartment so we worked through our issues than got engaged a year later and got married two years after last week something lists sim different and it was really like sutton because we're good. We're trying to conceive as in last week. Oh god esther i i can wait to have like the no little one to look like as So he was very excited to. That's all he said anyway and last four or five days ago he was off way off and i was like something is what's going on fly. Check it's phone. I don't do that only time i did. That was that time for years ago. And i found some deleted messages between him ex. Say go so here. We are as i am so sorry. It's such a particular kind of pain and devastation. The idea of infidelity. In your letter. You wrote that. He came home at two. Am drunk and told you that you were being controlling the best saturday. He asked me to go to some activities with his guy friends which i told them. It's fine no you need your on long time away from me so you wanna do that but it got late. He's never home after nine pm and one. Am came around. And so i said hey were you. Like i asked him and he kept saying he was with the sky friend and i know the guy from very well and i knew he wasn't the guy to be out in about after midnight in so that's when i toll on this is bullcrap if i were to ask him right now. If you're with him what he say yes and you say yeah later. Find out that he had tech seven to cover for him so when one thirty am head. I said either. Get here in two minutes on packing my staff. And i'm leaving so he got your thirty minutes after and i said where were you. He wasn't on town. When i text the you an ice a wide you to take you thirty minutes to get here. It should take ten always up a mcdonald's and sounds like okay. If i go to the car i'm gonna you know. Smell some fast food. I went on investigation as soon like something. It's all in so i to the car not receive is nothing smell like fast food in so i came back and i said no. He was completely drunk. So i kept waking them up and asking him. Can you please tell me know what's going on and he start yelling napping it's it's why are you doing trust me trust me. You're my wife You're being controlling your you know your washington many a whole cast crimes investigating me like they know this story gas story. Yeah still are like. Oh you're crazy actress. Yeah yes that's true yet but yeah you're cheating on me. Yeah no. I knew it. I have been with a guy for six years. Okay i know his behavior. So i just are you guys sort of functioning in the house as strangers kind of right now. How is the current situation point. I'll before i go further. He decided he didn't play her. They were talking hanging out. I believe unbeliever. now. I don't know why i do believe him slip with her but i told him that's not the point the point is why do you have to mentor. And i play. Because he was the one that match. I last time i was hub miss pam so anyways I told him it didn't matter whether he slept with nantes older line. And that this time. I needed to move out so right now. He is working. He has two jobs idea to really busy. And i see him when he comes in the house because shower have been her and then go to bed. That's how we are functioning. He's sleeping in the very couch. And i sleep in our bathroom. I'm so sorry that you're going through this. It's like you're living your stress right there in your home right. And that's what. I told him esther while we really feel for you. Can i ask you. What was the like the intimacy level of the messages between the two of them when you read those text messages so this time around. It was a quick message. Said hey i've been thinking about you lately. Life is crazy if you ask me. How are you and her response was a phone call. This was through facebook messaging and he thought he delivered it. But when i touch her name on the phone everything can make up. They talk ford thirty minutes and then he called her back. And let you callback so it was like a total of five messages or calls than two texts and then he was there with her and then whatever happened in a. He came back home at two. Am drunk very drunk and had his friend life for him. Yeah he do to that text message so his friend. But i saw that last message to his friend was one thirty eight. Yeah so i only for the time stem and it was the same time i ask her where he was in that. I was gonna ask the friend. He was with him. So i put together and i knew it was so yeah i think you're so in p. i mode and you're good you're good at it Speaking of you know my brother is in that business. And he doesn't do that kind of work but he is often said when women or men go to somebody and say hey find out if my partner is cheating he usually says no because they either are and your marriage is over or there's zero communication and trust in your relationship is over so it doesn't matter if you find out what is going on because the mind has a funny way of playing with you right. You believe him that he didn't but all of the facts that you've laid out our he is doing something private without your knowledge. He's reconnecting with somebody. He did sleep with. He had a friend lie. He lied about what he did on the way back. So i'm not sure why you are believing him when he says he didn't sleep with her when everything else. That is packed around. The story has been found out to be false. So let's act as if he did. Let's just play for a second if he did. What.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

08:35 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Did. I'm happy i did though. No i've had. she knows. Tanner can you ask her to come down. I love this. I on a nice to meet you. So as asking tanner about his worst heartbreak and he was talking about. Oh you know what. I'm talking about. When i was in canada when we were young you wash Near stars yes as in days. You're so sad. All told her. I was mass and remember. She's you will so what. She was telling us that he was totally devastated. And i said well. What did you do to get her back. And he's he laughed and he said i'm not sure so you gave me an all. Meet him and it was to frayed. Lose did you're like. I can't i can't talk to you anymore. We don't actually other. And i was like being seventeen because been together for six years now. I was like. Ooh i was still an asshole to me. This is love. You make sure yes. Oh kind of like being so young. you don't know anything but you just instinctively know that. Oh i can't lose this person. Yeah and it's kinda crazy settling You villagers at seventeen. I was seventeen eighteen. Yeah so. I mean that's as much as i'm twenty three now. So it's what you're talking about is like Short timeframe of how much you learn about yourself guy. Because i didn't know who the hell i was too. You know and you didn't probably not tell. I know cno we had no idea but like maybe it's fair. No like magic but as much we didn't know about ourselves we come into a new. You asked me five years. But yeah i'll find out. They just kind of a hat. I don't distinctly remember just so long ago i know lizzy. Are you prepared to move to an island. Total like one of my dreams. Where where are we going. Look at you know. I'm like do you worry. There's an awesome. Outhouse i like some fucking kick ass lanterns no We were just talking about sort of island paradise. But i wanted to ask you guys. I was quarantine. Ben have you grown closer. Because of this last year you learned a lot about ourselves and each other. You took care performance. I was really sick. I didn't know what was wrong with me. Like i was having all these stomach issues. And i was so bad that i can't even like go on though the dishwasher in this guy took care of me for four months Like death benefit. Like i mean like that's the time we spent talking about our relationship and everything and and learning about ourselves and just spent a long time scene where we could do better and where we've not done as well in the past. Yeah we're can communicate at her so yeah it was a beautiful horrible amazing experience. Everyone around us like was not doing while like we're just he's full in quarantine disfiguring out. Earning burgess learning about each other going from there. What advice would you guys. Give two couples in general communication. That was a big thing for me. I i mean. I've gotten a lot better at it. I still need to work at it for sure. But communication for me Was a big game changer. Few got upset with something. Would you tend to bottle it up. Yes yeah and that's like being able to use your words in order to talk to your significant other. You know. Say this is how i feel or maybe necessarily a. I don't like this you know. And it's not trying to get into like a big fight but you know knowing that you can have the communication talk to one another and try to figure it out. What's your dad like that. No i think that's where i learned it from as of not communicating. Just bottling it up like it'll pass right but that's what i've been trying to work on myself. It's worked for me to become a better person than and try to truly communicate and have a conversation even though i may hate the conversation right. 'cause i think you'll learn more about yourself and the relationship in general. How did you guys meet. Oh it's a long short story so we knew each other nine. I have no recollection of this her. He was never metro. Gas also look quake years younger than i did the same way so and at the beach and then through mutual friend and then we do see tiller there at all managed to their class. My assam wow. You grew up in vine. Yeah Mother was right there. So i'm like all of his mom just like play. My part is at seven team. And that's literally that's that's it. I was really past amount. It kind of sounds like how most my relationship started like any kind of formality or like even like a proper date. That's that's basically university. No we don't there's no anniversary whatsoever. Maybe it's in the fall. Yeah no who knows you know what we should talk about. He's all that. Oh yeah have you been having to do a shit ton of press for it. I've actually only had about two days of as of now. It's not been that bad. What's been the question that keeps popping up. the big one is like. How was it working with addison ray. In her first time you know acting in of course with the really asking is if you think she can act. That's one hundred percent what they're asking. I know asking vaneau the they're saying in a very polite way but that is what they're asking. Have no problem answering. Say that yes you can watch the movie. That makes me really happy. Tanner you're awesome. It was so great meeting you. This has been amazing. Thank you so much in. Please thanked lizzy for me. Thank you. I had a lot of fun doing the so. I appreciate synthetic. Thank you have a wonderful rest of your day. You too bye bye. This episode of unqualified is brought to you in part by osa. My husband recently told me how nice my skin looked granted. He's usually pretty complimentary but this particular complement was more specific than usual as i've been thinking about finally leaving the house this summer. It was certainly confidence-boosting female founded and family operated by mother and daughter team. 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"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:41 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"You almost do them because he watched their life. Here's what i've been pondering lately. Because i've tried to justify my i try to rationalize my love of reality television because as a format it's easily dismissed but the fascination with what is being presented to us as reality we view it and we search for clues that will make it not real. You're not necessarily watching somebody your average mundane life. That ninety percent of our day is i suppose. It's kind of like the fun. Look into what most people don't get to experience. I guess it is kind of surreal innocence because a lot of the population as a gun experienced that kind of wife. They find it interesting. I still find it interesting as well. The one i just discovered like last night was love after lockup. No i've watched a lot of the lovey loves during the quarantine like the one. I really enjoy Where they go to the islands but they're all like players love island. Yes but they get to actually do the exercises where they find deeper in themselves in they they feel like they find themselves a little bit more and they learn something about themselves. They loved the transformation. I really liked that. Okay what's the best advice you've ever been given the best advice i've i've been given from my parents of just do what makes you happy. I know that sounds cliche. But it's true in. I believe it one hundred percent because anybody that ever asked me advice. I always try to give. I give that answer of truly. Do what makes you happy like we said earlier. That's why i don't mind working seven days a week. That's what makes me happy. I enjoy my time and it doesn't feel like work. Okay tanner are you ready for dealbreakers game. Just because i love games okay. They have a driver's license with someone else's photo in their name. Okay so it's a stolen identity basically or is it a fake. Id like you take your friends id. Because they're twenty one and yes. Yeah i think that's fine. I mean that would be fine in my book. What would your assumption v that they were just too young that a fake id. I mean everybody's got have a fake. Id at some point their life. I feel like i got caught with mine does you. Yeah by the cops. Ooh did have to go to court. No it was filed. No i had a fake to Okay here's the of. I'm this age now and i took someone out. That was like twenty. Yeah that's fine. I don't see the problem with it. I guess if they're honest about it. I don't like liars. Okay they throw away their jury duty summons i dunno because then comes in the question of how long's jerry to sell. It's going to say because you don't know much stagger you got to spend in the courtroom. Yeah it's not a dealbreaker to me because if not gotten some it yet. But i don't think i'd want to be because i don't want i don't want to be in charge of someone's fate. Whatever that may be you know. There's a lot going on with people even getting convicted of the wrong stuff. And i don't want to like. I can't do it so no it's not dealbreaker because i wouldn't want to do it myself. All right. they tell you they don't believe in marriage. I mean if we're about to move in together do you like truly love each other. And you're you're gonna spend your life together if they don't want to get married. I guess i would be open to it right. Maybe deeper conversation. But if i love that person then i guess it would. We might be able to come to compromise aaron. I like that. They want to take you to a strip club. That's funny. i've never been to ship up really never I'm not interested in going. Because i wanna see anything. I'm interested in going because there's this idea that lights the greatest thing in the world and i don't understand why it doesn't make sense to me so if they wanted to go i guess i don't know i think you would find it fascinating for a shift in personality interesting. It sounds like i've been to attend. But i have been to few and in my experience a lot of customers. It amplifies something in their personality. Not unlike zeno i guess. There's like a heightened almost bravado interesting after you go to a strip club you report back to me tell experience yes. I our or Well that's the funny thing is like i don't want to go the only reason i wanna go is. I want to observe people. That's what's interesting to me observing everyone in there but otherwise i have no. I don't wanna go. I don't like to be touched very often. Yeah you want your island. Yes i want my island. I wanna be away from everybody. Exactly okay next dealbreaker. You notice one of your instagram posts is the wallpaper on their phone. If it's a first date That would be a dealbreaker. That'd be a little. I might be a little odd. Yeah but i mean if we're like for moving in together like i said most likely eh for a decent amount of time that would be okay. Yeah let's appreciation so different situations different feelings. I wanted to ask a watching something about you like ten things. You don't know about tanner and one of them was your relationship with social media. We tell us a little bit about that. Yeah i mean. I i'm not a big techie guy. In general social media is it's interesting to me. i'm not. I'm not super big into it. I think it can be great. But i also think it can be extremely harmful to people because a lot of people don't use it for the right reasons but it's just if i have something to post posted but i don't like taking pictures of myself i don't i'm with you. I don't know just feel very like conceded that like. If i'm sitting there taking pictures of myself than posting in being like look at me you know it. It's i shy away from it a lot. It just makes me uncomfortable. I guess i was thinking about when actors have to do photo shoots how m- you have to suddenly look into the camera and acknowledged like your own sense of self in kind of a vain way and how what we're trained to do is big no r- it and i have a hard time watching playback i get sort of the images of my own facial movement kind of seared into my brain. I feel the same way because like it doesn't matter as many photo shoots as i do. I still feel extremely uncomfortable. Every time i show up. They want you to look in the camera. And i'm constantly not making contact with the camera and like looking at like. Can you do one in the camera. And i'm like. I don't want to but show or find this. Do i think this whole zoom thing has been really hard. I keep glancing over. I'm like what mike you look at yourself fixing your hair your like. Maybe i shouldn't say it that way. No it's very odd but yeah same thing with playback or even watching the final product. I used to not watch myself. But then i started watching myself because i finally learned you have to grow. And if you don't yourself there some things that you do. I noticed for myself that i did. That was very repetitive. That it didn't like l. interesting. I think i had certain ticks. I did possibly if i was nervous on. Set that day or anything So i watch a lot for those. But i also have to stop myself from watching it a certain amount of times because if not i'll obsess over it and that's not good as well so i give myself.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

08:06 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Funny. You say that. Because i mean most people don't realize i mean very rarely do less than a twelve hour day for me. Ninety percent of the time way more like specifically for kobe. I mean we tried to do was much of the fighting as we possibly can. We just finished season four. That's coming out at the end of the year. Are you be. I definitely was when we finished because we had about two weeks of fighting days. And it's just fighting all day and you get your thirty minute break for lunch or very determined to do everything. So we're doing it because we want to. They're not forcing us to they're like do you want to break. We're like no just keep going. Roll the cameras. We're fighting now. Let's go but specifically when i work i don't home and i can't sleep for three and a half months. I was basically only getting one to two hours sleep. Is that because your mind is racing at night. Is it hard to comment down. So i just think about what i have the next day. Okay we a choreography. We gotta learn okay. This schedule what i what do i need to be in. You know. it's just. I just can't shut my mind off. That's just the way my mind works. When i get home. I i hibernate about today's days where asleep for like twelve to fourteen hours and then i'm then i'm pretty much ready to go again but it is a lot i mean for everybody onset That's just about how everybody works. That one thing is a big difference. I think When i got scary movie and i- i restarted shooting. I was like people can't work like this. Our people surviving working sixteen hour days or and it's a boring difference to talk about but it is a massive one is just truly the hours that you're logging at your job. Yeah it's a very huge difference. Tanner i'm really impressed with your work ethic were they both supportive your folks extremely. Yeah where they anxious about you to. I don't know i think You know my parents have very good upbringing. My dad has said he's worked hard labor actually from like age of fourteen and he's turning sixty four this year so he's worked hard labor for fifty years and he's always he's just like i just want you to do. What makes you happy. You know. I don't want you to have to ever work as hard as i've had to which is very nice and my mom has always had the same out lookie houses. I just want you to do what you wanna do. Even when i was younger they were like if you wanna act. You know we've been out here. I came out basically to california to try acting. And they're like we'll try it for six months. If you like it you know we'll don't we'll go home and after six months we just never left so they've always been supportive. Even if i wanted to quit acting today they'd be like that's fine. What do you want to do. I'm very lucky. How did you digest like early rejection. My mom always brought me up. I don't care what people think. So when i was young i actually to i. I wore glasses. I had an eye patch and she knew possibly people make fun of me that i have an eye patch to just tell people you're pirate that's cool. I was like absolutely. I'm a pirate our patch. I'm different than all of you. And i'm cool. And then when i started dancing it was like of course i danced. Why wouldn't i get to be with girls at school all day and i'm pool and so my mom always made sure that anything that might get in my way or if i get made fun of it. It's not a big deal. I get to do what i wanna do. I enjoy myself. And because i do that. I'm cool so actually. When i came out to california to try acting Get jobs or i went on audition after edition after edition. She's like oh that's fine. I'll just go on the next one so started from an early age back in ohio that i just didn't care what people thought. That's my outlook. Now is like if you like me like me if you don't you don't. I'm just me and taylor leader. That's rad. I mean that because i don't think i had that at all. Tanner i'll tell you all about my journey later l. Go do you have a favorite movie that you could watch over and over. he Singing in the rain. You know it's got the tap dancing. It's got the performing it's got the acting. It's that feel good movie of you. Just can't help us filing watch it so i guess would be one of the movies that i you know. Enjoy inspired me to do what i do today. Do you collect anything. I'm a big car. Guy a big motorcycle guy in a big obviously guitar guy. So those are the three things i kind of hold onto. I actually restore old cars with my dad like hot rods. Okay not knowing much about cars at all my first car was a nineteen seventy-two monte carlo. Okay this massive like cabernet. Red color was beautiful. I crashed it on i five. Yeah but it was amazing. You could have an entire party in there. You could fit. There were two big bench seats barely touch the puddles. You could really fit like twenty people in this car and you could hear it coming from a quarter mile away at least so tell me like a dream car or what. Are you restoring now. My first dream car was a nineteen sixty nine chevelle. And that's ashley what i'm restoring right now out beautiful. I've actually bought it. When i was twelve years old and not great shape and i've been working on it ever since so almost ten years now. Working hundred ten years. It's just whenever i have time. Dr doesn't drive yet. Okay very very close. This is kind of amazing. It's great because we've done everything ourselves. It's where i've kind of learned to do everything i would say. There's only about two weeks worth of work on it left but is there left to do most of it's actually only the interior which Salata wiring to set up kind of the setup by one. Is it in ohio. It is in ohio. Would you ever drive it to los angeles. My original thought was. When i get finished i would drive it across the country in come to l. a. because i don't think we're going to finish it. I think i'm gonna actually ship it out here and then have someone finish it here have like the interior work done. Because i want a little bit more modernized. I wanna be able to put an ipad in it. So i can play the music i wanna play. And lightfoot like an updated sound system in a and just a little bit more modern just to kind of do whatever i wanna do with. I think that'd be nice to have you ever written a fan letter. I don't think i have. I always enjoyed school. But i absolutely hated english. And if there's one thing in school that i hated the most. It was writing. If i could get out of it i got out of it so i don't think i ever have written a fan letter. The reason why. I asked this question is because i started to wonder about like the idea of fan dumb. And when you're on the other side of it and like my mom didn't encourage any kind of fandom. I never had any pictures of guys up on my wall. My dad is a total music. Snob so i never liked played any of my music or anything. Were you like a rabid fan of anything growing up. I loved the cheetah girls. That was actually my first concert. I went to. I looked up to them a lot. I don't get very crazy about actors. I guess that that's you know our world you know that it's it's normal but i get kind of crazy with musicians. I don't know why. I can't really weird around reality stars interesting. Yeah will i guess you feel like you do know them because you're seeing their everyday life almost some fans they feel like they know actors but we're still playing characters so a little bit different but with reality star. That'd be interesting. I've never really met any reality stars before you would feel like.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

08:02 min | 2 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Are you in los angeles los angeles. Yes how do you like los angeles. I like los angeles a lot because there's a lot of options to do things. 'cause i grew up in a really really small town in ohio of light. Ten thousand people so it's just flatland farming community and the closest big town is about an hour and fifteen minutes away so the option to actually like do anything is nice. Do you go back. Home ever are usually go back twice a year usually sometime in the summer and then once during christmas time just to see friends and some of the family. That's still there on a scale of one to ten. How much do you look forward to a return. I love going back to see the friends. That i still have their my Two or three friends. I still have there actually been my friend since kindergarten and it's kind of nice because we don't talk while i'm gone whatsoever but i get back and it takes like twenty minutes to say my stuff twenty minutes to say their stuff and then we kind of just hang out in. Don't talk about anything all night. So it's kind of nice that it's just so laid back you get out of the craziness sometimes a sorry. I mean i probably say an eight. I grew up in a town called edmonds washington north of seattle. It's not a small town. It's a suburb of seattle. But i did find like going back over the years we have the nostalgia in our memories. But you know like the older you get. Sometimes you have less and less than common and it's nice to have that with some friends even though we have wildly different lives. It just doesn't matter. Yeah 'cause that's the thing is like my one friend is is still never been on a plane you know which is absolutely insane to me because you know you constantly. You're flying here. They're working did your jump on a plane every few days sometimes because you it you have to be there and yes. We don't have much in common. I think that's probably why it's nice. Because at the same time though because they enjoy their lives there and that's where they want to be the rest of their lives and that's great but that's why most of the night is just filled with telling jokes. Ask trying to connect on a deeper level. But it's just having fun. But there is a disconnect. Because that's all they really know my options growing up before i got into acting were either become like a nurse and accountant an engineer at kind of it. You know when you were a kid would you have described yourself as somebody who liked always wanted their world to be baker. Yeah a hundred percent. Because i grew up with mostly women in my life. All my cousins were women and they danced. I heard about this tap dancing. Will you tell me all about it. So i'm the only child so my cousins to me were like siblings. They're all older than me. So i looked up to them and obviously when you have like siblings older siblings. You want to do what they do. And obviously coming from a small town it's You know midwest. It's all sports if you're a guy you're manly man that whole thing. But that's not what i wanted to do. I wanted to perform. And i was different. I was the only in first boy to dance in our town for years. I love tap dancing. I took a few classes when i was a kid. And i'm wildly coordinated but i love it. I mean you're making music with your feet. It's fucking rad. Would you perform in your community yet. So there was center stage. Dance academy jill. Kumon was my guest teacher. She taught everybody the obviously. I danced with girls all the time because there was no other no other guy but i got into it and then i actually got into competitive dance. That's what i would do. i would. I would travel around ohio. Go to dance competitions. i'd have my solo piece in than i would have a dance with girls. Did you win When i dance with the girls. Yes i would. Well i mean you're thinking midwest ohio like i said not. Many boys dance so when the judges saw there like a boy dancing and it's cute so one quite a bit. I would basically have rehearsal every day after school. They're probably hoped to okay. What qualities do you think you inherited from your parents. It's interesting because my dad is Hard labor he owns own business. He installs heavy machinery in car manufactures. And that's basically what he's done his entire life. His family is very musically inclined. So i think. I kind of get some about from his side. My mom danced as well when she was younger but they both don't like the camera. No-one likes to be at the center of attention. So i don't quite know where i got it from it's interesting. They're both extremely hardworking. Driven also very confident. So i feel like i a lot of that from them. 'cause i have goals and i don't have an option not to reach my goals if i set a goal i'm going to reach it no matter what doesn't matter what it is. I'm going to do it and they're very driven like that. Which is a very very good but it can be bad sometimes because you know you get frustrated with yourself if you don't get something fast enough or anything like that. What about a goal like running a marathon or climbing mount everest. I don't have any gold. The bob i like that. Tanner litmus test questions for only. Because i'm not quite like that. And i also some goals. I do wonder about if people are achieving them for a story for bragging right i mean i know it exists for sure. Okay tanner if you could live anywhere in the world where would it be a really white to just be left alone like this quarantine has been great because didn't go stir crazy whatsoever. I was like this is great. I don't have to go outside on the anybody. This awesome so my dream is always to like actually owned like a little island and then build a house on it. And then i the only one on the island and that i don't have to deal with anybody i can just close the world out. Actually recently i've i've been thinking about my highlights license. Nice if i could get my pilot's license. Maybe i could build like a little runway. Just fly wherever i wanted to. Whenever would you want it to be an island in hot weather or cold weather. I'm a cold weather person. If there's one thing. I hate the most it's laying out in the sun like california. Everyone loves the dry heat. I don't if feels like i'm in an oven and it makes my skin hurt. So i can get someplace with humidity and it's hot. It's not as bad. But i like the cold weather a lot more when i first moved to los angeles from the seattle area. I was really surprised by how happy i was I think because it was sunny all the time but then the monotony and almost the sort of unconscious like lack of clocking time. Yeah that's the thing is i mean. I grew up seasons ray. I missed that a lot. Because i mean you have fall here. But it's still eighty degrees out. I mean it's kind of nice. But i like the seasons. I like just get a change of feeling. That was the thing someone always told me is like you can always put more clothes on when it's cold but if it gets hot you can't just keep taking clothes off. You know at some point you gotta stop and actually if you're shooting in the heat. When i was in my early twenties. And i starting to work in the film industry and the things that surprised me that may be people who aren't in industry. Don't know is. I think like the hours of work are totally life consuming. Yes it's.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

06:05 min | 3 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Month and better help dot com slash weeds. It's better h. E. l. p. dot com slash tweets. So one thing. That's interesting to me about all of this. Is that the village of euclid decision. On which is obviously not like zoning is not the only tool that's used to maintain defacto segregation and you know for a lot of historic sort of treats this decision Giving the go-ahead to single family zoning as part of a broader tradition of the supreme court turning away from hard edged property rights jurisprudence and stepping into the sunshine of what would become the new deal. Era ray but when you look at the ground level history of what happens after they give the thumbs up to zoning. There's a great article called the racial origins of americans zoning by silver and he talks about things like charleston south carolina they want in the twenties to sort of shore up segregation in the city. And so they hire a planning consultant. Morris knowles pittsburgh To help them drop as zoning ordinance as all city planners zoning first comes in they have a variety of different objectives like maintaining segregation is not the only thing that they are trying to do in charleston but it is of the things they are trying to do when the same is true in atlanta birmingham hires a city planner from boston So northern sort of progressive technocrats go south to consult with southern city is on how to create legally defensible segregation regimes and then as great migration dynamic start happening. The knowledge is reimported into northern cities. And new york's originals. Zoning code was mostly driven by store owners were trying to maintain but fifth avenue is like a nice place for shopping. It was a economics based discrimination element. But you know these same things start coming into play. Els sherzer who Jerusalem mentioned has a study of the evolution of zoning in chicago. You know when she shows that the move undesirable uses adjacent to the areas where black families are living and they also tried to bake it difficult. for black families to move into the white areas. And you have this. Overlapping wedge things. People fear irregular violence from their neighbors. They have challenges with discrimination for real estate. Operators there are covenants but this is all backstopped. By the sort of basic reality withers his booming population migrating north and there's money to be made throng apartment buildings to rent to the people who were moving to chicago. There are big parts of the city where you can't build an apartment building not exclusively because you're trying to keep by people out but certainly in part for that reason because of all this technical expertise that's developed in the nineteen twenties of how to do this in ways that will hold up in court. I think was really interesting about the you. Click as to so they find essentially that the city is allowed to tell this realty company that it cannot build the types of things at wants to build and often. I think people talk about zoning as something that is preserving land values making sure that you're like doing something that is going to increase profits for the property owner but actually ends up happening right. Is that at least a realty company. Alleges that with their original use case the land value is at ten thousand dollars an acre but if you force them to use it for residential purposes in the way that the city wants It goes down to twenty five hundred dollars in acre. And i think this is something that i think is like not intuitive to people the value of the land changes substantially. When you tell people that you can't zone specific things on it so like if you're on like waterfront property and you tell people you can only have one home for every you know three acres. You can make a lot less money doing that than if you have even a bunch of home next to each other who are single family homes and you could rent it to a bunch of different people and it's not just about the profits differ the developer that matters but it's also just general increase in welfare. There's a lot more people can enjoy that waterfront and can enjoy. What's going on there. And so i think they're like understanding zoning as being a tool with which people are actively regulating the value of the land itself is really important when we're talking about zoning issues today where people are often concerned that oh if you up zone if you take the current zoning regime and there's the potential to make things denser it's obviously going to reduce property prices. There's a bunch of research that's now showing that in many contexts. If you actually up zone you increase the ability for people to make money off their land because you are saying there's a higher value case that could exist in that space and then of course matt mentioned about discrimination against apartment buildings in particular. I think what's really interesting. Here is something that i think is still a strain of thought right. Now is this inability to distinguish between crowding and density. So there's a bunch of problems that are actually happening a lot of these cities where like you have. Overcrowded areas predominantly populated by southern black to have moved into these places and also first generation immigrants. And because there's a problem of poverty people are crowding in together in order to afford to live in these cities or in these places that they wanna live near jobs or whatever and of course there becomes a lot of problems to overcrowding and with the city failing to provide basic things like sanitation or other public services and what gets linked people's minds. Your thing is really important. Here is that it becomes link not true poverty or to the fact that you're not providing Necessary public works but that it is density in particular that is a nuisance and that is a problem and then he should be separated. And it's taken. As fact throughout his opinion euclid. That apartments are a nuisance a density as a problem that of course no one could ever disagree with the idea that living multifamily housing is just horrible den of iniquity. I can just worth quoting like exact rhetoric that they use. In the case they say with particular reference to apartment houses. It's pointed out that the development of detached house sections is greatly retarded by the coming of apartment houses.

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The Nationalist Right Is No Place for Nick Fuentes' Jealous Anti-Semitism

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 3 months ago

The Nationalist Right Is No Place for Nick Fuentes' Jealous Anti-Semitism

"I don't know anything about nick fuentes but you've cautioned against him and i sometimes see people on the right praising him who is he he is a nasty little guttersnipe with an iq of one of five who hates the jews who hates the jews. They're kind of like hitler a seriously. Why do we have people on the right. Like nick fuentes. Yeah i don't understand. I don't know anything about them. Okay i'll tell you what because jews on the right to a better job of asserting their priorities than we christians. And that's not their fault they're supposed to so jews on the right who care a lot about israel do a good job of keeping israel on the front burner of american policy. We christians. we don't do such a good job of fighting against abortion or finding religious liberty or fighting for the integrity of marriage so envy envy okay so by but some pointers is. You're saying he's anti semitic. Is there anything else we need to know. I just know that you've brought him up. In the past. I want my audience clear. The or is an unfortunate tendency on the on the nationalist america. First ready of which i'm apart. I was pat buchanan delegate to the ninety six republican convention. There is a nasty element. Rising within the nationalist. Right the america i right. That is resentful of jewish americans success at asserting their particular priorities. What i say is you don't have. It will get better at do better. I care in the middle east. I primarily care about the fate of christian minorities in muslim countries who are religiously oppressed. I think we christians need to do a better job speaking up for that if you think the jews are really good at asserting. Israel's interest go be better at asserting. The interests of christians in the middle east go compete with a

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"buchanan" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

07:27 min | 3 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Code Story

"Trying to run this but we're probably not going to have a thousand customers to begin with. We just want to start with ten and then twenty then thirty it actually ended up being really good because we were able to find not just basic bugs in how things work but we were able to find like oh this is a logic flaw and we need to fix this or we didn't understand this about customer behavior. We need to fix that. We were able to get that data faster than if we had spent that time trying to build the most perfect most scalable system. And that's constantly bounce. That i give back to or encourage my. Cto kate to think about as you know. How do you move quickly while also not creating too much technical debt but technical debt. That is you know. We're willing to say outsource maybe to external contractors or technical data that would make a good Sort of hack day project or twenty percent project so as you step out on the balcony and you look across all that you've built. What are you most proud of. I am really proud of the team that we have assembled. I am proud of how diverse the team is. I'm pretty sure that everyone of us. Coming from a non traditionally technical pathway a lot of ice have sort of liberal arts degrees. Some don't have degrees at all summer coming from previous careers. They switched into coding. There's just a lot of different ways. That people are joining edify and they bring a lot of their own experience that as a lot to our product and to our culture and how we interact with customers my perspective. Is that if you have the right people who care about what you're doing and care about your customer. And they have the right motivation. You can teach them any of the technology that you need you do at some point sometimes need to hire people who know what they're doing so that they can move ahead but they don't have to be. The google engineer has been google for ten years or somebody who has been in startups for a really long time. I actually think of our whole team as a team of underdogs and that actually. That's some something that makes us really special is that we're approaching these problems. Technology at a at a meta level building inclusive high performing teams from a non engineering perspective and bringing our experiences into that enjoining that with engineering best practices in with what our customers say anything. That's a really novel perspective and we couldn't do that without the team. Let's flip the script a little bit. Tell me about a mistake. You made how you and your team responded to it. One of the mistakes that we made Actually in this past quarter first quarter of this year was not doing the right research on the platform that we wanted to move to so basically just to set the scene we had built are low code by on took affleck so which was an excellent tool for the purposes of that. We needed it for but we were actually starting to outgrow it so that goes back to your question scale. We were outgrowing its capabilities and we were outgrowing what we need it to do. And we realize also that we needed to in source our own core functionality of the product so it was time to kind of move to a different way of way of looking at the product and we were also trying to bring in natural language processing. So that eddie could understand more creative questions and serve out better information. We settled on a tool called annex which we love but is also sort of a newish tool And that's kind of both the exciting and challenging thing about working in depth tools. Right now is that there are so many new things that are awesome coming on the market and they're also up just like you for us And so. I don't think that we did the right kind of research. And we didn't necessarily interrogate some of our choices the way that we needed to and then when we had to start making some changes to the by we actually realized that we weren't going to meet our original launch timeline if we're going to include some of that migration you know that was a mistake. We had talked to our investors. We talked to you are beta customers about being able to launch publicly right after q one of this year and we weren't able to meet that and so it's kind of a dual you know we didn't. We failed on one level and then made some mistakes that contributed to that failure on the other level. You you touched on this a bit when you were describing the company about the vision of where you wanna go Let's quantify that a little more. What does the future look like for the product and for your team the vision hinges on this question which is why are we not using devops principles in our engineering team management. I've wondered this for the past six years. Why are we seeing such new interesting innovations around how we basically how we better products and how he makes them more stable and more reliable and learn as teams on the product side. Why can't we use those principles of things like automation and continuous improvement. Continuous integration testing collaboration. Things like that. Why aren't we using that in team management because if you look at the market right now it's just like oh well here's another one on one five that will help. Managers have better one on while. Okay that's getting somewhere but it's not really getting at the heart of it and again you know. I think edify in our core we are looking. We're trying to look at the whole system of of engineering teams. And so taking this question as motivation and to try to solve this challenge that we see happening in an engineering teams. We started to say okay. Where is the friction in an engineering team. And if you look at the life cycle of an engineer from recruiting into on boarding into continuous learning and professional development into say performance management and review cycle and even into off boarding when. Somebody's either leaving a team or leaving a whole company there are a lot of points of friction and those points of friction reviews usually centered around where data or information is either being ingested or created and sent out and so there's a lot of Transacting data in each of those parts of an employee life cycle within a team. I think a lot of engineering teams. Think that all the people stuff in the team just has to stop that. That's just the way it is and it always isn't great. Interviews are always hard preparing for an abuser hard on boarding people's hard. And i don't believe i think there's a future where engineering teams are allowed to work on their favorite things their highest and best use things that they wanna be on creatively and and focused on solving those problems and then there is business software. That is supporting. The seamless flow of that team. And that's what edify wants to be. We're imagining features like the ability for any are by to notice when saying there are a lot of queries about a.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

06:45 min | 3 months ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Code Story

"Of our early customers slack of environments and pretend to be above. The poor actually had to manage time zones from belfast and la and new york so she was up a lot during that two week experiment but it was amazing. Actually new hires didn't know that it was a real person and so they actually treated it like you know treated that user as and so it gave us real data about whether or not people were going to respond because that was actually an early problem with our thesis That we were worried about which will people interact will engineers interact with Or do they want to interact with the person and we actually found that they they will interact with the by and actually can enjoy it if it's well designed so those were our earliest earliest innovations and then we built the sort of half code half flow extol version. Shift that out. It took about three and a half months which was a little bit slower than we had anticipated but we ran into some hiccups as it always happens with suffered but we got it out to a group of beta customers and got them on. Boarding new hires in august of last year with any mvp gotta make certain decisions and trade offs right around feature cut or technical debt. You mentioned a low code solution and kind of more workflow with a little bit of code here and there more configuration. Tell me about some of those decisions that you made in the short term and trade offs. And how you coped with them. So i guess we'll start with sort of my long lived personal philosophy about these sorts of things which is that nothing matters. The quality of the co doesn't matter the actual meat behind the you. I of the product doesn't actually matter if you can't sell it and users don't like it. I see a lot of people spend a lifetime kind of underground working on their product to make it perfect. Then they push it out and they don't realize that that's just a very you know waterfall. You pretend like you're being agile but you're really not and you don't actually get any real feedback on it and then when you push it out to customers if they don't like it you've spent all this time now you have to count that up heartbeat of that. You have to give into the reality that as an early stage startup the original code that you write is unlikely to be the code that you keep as you get successful and scale your company and so you just have to give into that sort of chaos of this code is not perfect. It's not the most beautiful allegation code and that's it hurts engineer. Sometimes i think it really feels like emotionally taxing and i just decided that that was going to be our philosophy and we were gonna get real comfortable with getting things. Basically to the seventy five percent coach methodology or point and so that was the sort of guiding principle. That jamie i went off into the world with we were building this. Mvp in we didn't vet a number of different bought platforms in low code. Frameworks and i will say you know. I think there's a lot of promise in low-powered And also they're not everything and they're not perfect and so we did have to have some custom development done to to get our product to where we wanted to be. I do think that you can use low code and no code tools to really get a first ration- out there but you also don't want to rely too heavily on to may third party applications. If you're building out your core product which is interesting actually was just reading this past weekend. Jeff lawson snoop justice the founder and ceo. Twi- leo and he kind of talks about that theory Of deciding what are you going to build versus. What are you gonna buy. And we chose to build the core functionality of our product and sort of by the integrations and is the way that it functions outside of the core defensible. Part of our start at so. That's kind of how we approach that. That's a fantastic approach. And it gives you the opportunity to focus on building. What is core to your offering and it also makes sense that it's really hard for engineers of being an engineer myself. It's really difficult sometimes to let go of your baby that you made right but it's so important in when engineers can realize that it's it's a it's a critical skill from a professional standpoint. Okay so you got your mvp created you got it out to a pilot group getting some traction. How did you progress the product from their mature it. And i'm interested in how you build your roadmap and figured out okay. This is the next most important thing to build this kind of ties into the vision where we wanna see ourselves and we started to think about you. Know let's say after. August of twenty twenty started saying okay. What's the next most important problem that we're going to need to solve for our customers and we. We decided you know. We're going to be more than on boarding. We actually don't think about on boarding and the product that we have today as a standalone product. We think about it as actually foundational data model for the team. That's using the product. They're going to be other components another feature that layer on top of the on boarding experience. Inside of eddie and so we think of on boarding this integral component of understanding how a team is sharing information and using that information to become more and more high-performing within that lends. That really allowed us to think about what are the the next painful problems that our customers experience and so what we did know from launching that beta. If you will to that pilot group was some of our initial low code ways of solving problems. Just weren't cutting it. So as an example we can this process in the on boarding plan development we call ingest internally and that's actually how we get information from an engineering manager to have eddie build the on boarding plan automatically and so they actually have to complete in that. Mvp we had them complete. Basically seventy question survey monkey survey and most of it was multiple choice true false and it was designed to have you just drop in links to confluence or read me or get him repo and so it was taking way longer for people to actually fill that out than we had anticipated. We hoped and we actually had some interesting kind of customer behavior and it was a very friction filled experience and so we realize with that customer feedback that this was the first thing that needed to change and so we adopted that into eventually not a survey model and into a web. Ui and previously. We didn't have any way why we are actually kind of head less than.

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Wet Notes - 7-4-21

Scuba Shack Radio

08:12 min | 3 months ago

Wet Notes - 7-4-21

"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio for sunday july fourth two thousand and twenty one first up today i wanna talk about re fest two thousand and twenty one this october. The reef environmental educational foundation will again be holding refenced from thursday october fourteenth to sunday october. Seventeenth in key largo. That's four days of some great activity. The festivities kickoff on thursday. And one o'clock. You can then get a couple of days of diving in on friday and saturday morning with a two tank dive from either key divers amaury dive resort or essence. Those charters run about ninety dollars and they go out at eight am. If you wanna do a kayak tour you could also do that. For sixty dollars with florida bay outfitters. There are seven afternoon workshops and seminars and activities at john pennekamp park the coral reef restoration foundation. The history of diving museum and the florida keys. Wild bird sanctuary. Wow this sounds like a great event. Unfortunately i won't be able to make it down due to a family obligation but this sounds really good. Be sure to check out repressed. That's reef fest. Two thousand twenty one on their website. Well who watches the tv. Show curse of oak island. I think matt has watched every episode. And i think they're still searching for treasure but i came across an interesting article about one of the guys on the show. I guess tony sampson had a strange situation happen about a year ago tony's frequently on the show and he runs a tour company called salty door. Salty dog tours. Well he was taking some tourists out when one of his guests hat blew off so quickly turned the boat around to fetch the hat. And that's when he spotted something else a voter in the water. Apparently the boater was on his maiden voyage with this new boat when it capsized and he couldn't get to his life jacket because it was tied to the boats seat ono so tony fortunately rescued the voter in what is called the oak island triangle triangle. I guess the boat subsequently washed up on oak island now at least those guys found something there about a year ago. Olympus announced that they were getting out of the digital imaging business and that they would not be making cameras any longer and that would have been a shame if these Tech this technology went by the wayside. I really liked my Olympus t g six. well don't worry. A new company named 'em digital solutions is producing the old olympics. Cameras binoculars audio gear. They took over in january. Two thousand twenty one. Their website is get olympus dot com. Now if you want to know more about the company checkout oem dash digital solutions dot com. This company is based out of tokyo. And it's led by sha guinea saga motto all digital solutions employees about two thousand people with evaluation of twenty seven billion yen or about three hundred and thirty three million. Us dollars the oem comes from the nineteen seventies oem solutions that they put in place to make cameras smaller more rugged and quieter. This is great news especially for us olympus fans. Here's some sobering news out of florida. The manatees are under stress as of june fourth. This year. Seven hundred and eighty two manatees have died in two thousand twenty one alone and that's a one hundred and fifty one percent increase from the three hundred and thirty one that died during the same period last year to put this in perspective. The record number of deaths for manatees in a year is eight hundred. Twenty one or eight hundred and twenty four and that was in two thousand eighteen. This increase is so dramatic that representative vern buchanan from florida wrote a letter to the us fish and wildlife services to change their status from threatened to endanger and that's the highest level of protection here in the us. The florida manatee used to be on the endangered list until two thousand and seventeen when their numbers rose. Above six thousand six hundred they now estimate a census of about seventy five hundred but as we can see that number is going in the wrong direction. Now what's the cause food availability. The seagrass is being killed off by oversaturation of nutrients and the manatees simply. Starve to death. Not sure how a change in status will solve the sad scenario but we need to start someplace. Well it's summer. And i know that a lot of people like to catch up on summer reading while they're on vacation we'll scuba diving. Magazine just published a list of books that you might consider in their armchair adventure section. A couple of book stood out. One of them was in oceans deep courage innovation and adventure beneath the waves. And that's written by bill steve. And it's a history of our underwater presence. He covers submarines saturation diving and recreational gear. Bill also goes into the impacts of aro vs versus in-person exploration. You can pick up this book in ocean deep for about fifteen dollars in paperback. Now the second book is exploration deep ocean the first descent to the bottom of all five of the world's oceans and it's written by josh young. The book covers the exploits of victor scovill and his team on their history-making mission. You can find this book in hardcover for a little over twenty one dollars time to kick back with some good summer reading and finally here on wet note if you're a collector of vintage gear or want to start mark your calendar for the vintage scandal auction on july seventeenth. The auction is run by the nation's attic and you can register at live. Auctioneers dot com now. The auction starts at ten. Am central standard time. You can go to the site now and take a peek at all the cool stuff you can also register embiid early. The first part of the auction folks who focuses on vintage scuba gear from the nineteen forties to the nineteen seventies things like regulators knives mask cetera. Then it switches to maritime artifacts and closes out with the really expensive stuff. Those classic military commercial hardhats. I missed the last one. Because i was out diving. But we'll definitely try to tune into this next one get set up early and register. It moves pretty quickly when when the auction goes off. And don't miss out on that special piece of scuba history. Well that's it for wet notes. For sunday fourth two thousand and

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Kidnapped in the Desert | Beyond the Green Line

Against The Odds

02:12 min | 7 months ago

Kidnapped in the Desert | Beyond the Green Line

"It's three pm on october. Twenty fifth two thousand eleven. Thirty one year. Old jessica buchanan grips the handle of a landcruisers passenger door as the car bumps over the red path here there are no real roads. Just rocks and dirt. There aren't any red lights. Either people here no. You don't stop car for anything. A stopped car is an instant target jessica's in a no-man's-land south of the small city of galkayo in the somali desert beyond what's called the green line. The green line is the last stop or the somali government has any sway low. It is a wild world of land. Pirates warlords and islamic mercenaries. Jessica is an american humanitarian aid worker. She works for danish non-governmental organisation or ngo. She's a teacher. Her job is to educate locals about landmine risks and gun. Safety every household here has at least one automatic weapon. Most have more and kids are paying the price. She has dedicated her life to helping children in war ravaged places in africa but she had a bad feeling about the trip twice. She called in sick but her colleague. Paul fisted told her. It didn't come in today. You would report her. So you're she is. Paul sits in the front seat next to the driver which gives her comfort. He knows what he's doing. He's a small danish man in his late fifties who's who die hard pacifist and has spent his entire career and dangerous parts of the world plus. There's a group of armed guards traveling with them. There's one next to her and one in the back. She's going over the laundry list of things to do when she gets back to the north paperwork. Dinner calling eric to find out about his day when suddenly the sub comes to jarring pulse a wave of mud splashes violently against the windshield. Jessica looks out the side window. Another sub is blocking the road in front

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Mass. Man Charged With Murder of Girlfriend on Maine Beach, Police Say

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Mass. Man Charged With Murder of Girlfriend on Maine Beach, Police Say

"From Bedford, Mass. Is facing murder charges accused of publicly beating his girlfriend to death in Maine. WBC. Sherry Small has more beach goers were shocked. They say they witnessed a man in broad daylight assaulting a woman on short Sands Beach in York, Maine. It happened on Friday. Maine State police say it about four p.m. 911 call started flooding in reporting The alleged assault 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford is accused of beating his girlfriend to death behind a large rock. On the beach. Police found 35 year old Rhonda pad Alina dead Behind that rock. Buchanan was arrested and charged with her murder. Police say that the two are domestic partners who live in Bedford and have a child together. The medical examiner determined that Catalina died from blunt force trauma to the head.

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Massachusetts man charged with killing domestic partner on beach in York

WBZ Afternoon News

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Massachusetts man charged with killing domestic partner on beach in York

"Bedford, Massachusetts Man is facing murder charges in the beating death of his girlfriend up in Maine. Beachgoers were shocked. They say they witnessed a man in broad daylight assaulting a woman on short Sands Beach in York, Maine. It happened on Friday. Maine State police say it about four P.m. 911 call started flooding in reporting The alleged assault 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford is accused of beating his girlfriend to death behind a large rock on the beach. Police found 35 year old Rhonda pad Alina Dead. Had behind that rock. Buchanan was arrested and charged with her murder. Police say that the two are domestic partners who live in Bedford and have a child together. The medical examiner determined that Catalina died from blunt force trauma to the head Sherry small WBZ Boston's news

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Boston-Area Man Charged With Murder of Girlfriend on Maine Beach, Police Say

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Boston-Area Man Charged With Murder of Girlfriend on Maine Beach, Police Say

"Boston's news radio. A Massachusetts man is charged in the beating death of his girlfriend at a beach in Maine. Police in York received multiple 911 calls about a man assaulting a woman at short Sands Beach yesterday afternoon when they got their officers arrested 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford, Massachusetts. And found 35 year old Rhonda paddle. Lena, also of Bedford, dead. State. Police say the two were domestic

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Hebrew At American Jewish Summer Camps With Sharon Avni, Sarah Bunin Benor, And Jonathan Krasner

Jewish History Matters

04:57 min | 8 months ago

Hebrew At American Jewish Summer Camps With Sharon Avni, Sarah Bunin Benor, And Jonathan Krasner

"Hi sharon hi sarah. Hi jonathan welcome to the podcast. I'm so excited to be able to talk to you guys about this book. Hi jason i'm sarah buchanan. Nor thanks so much for having us. Hines the sharon me. It's really nice to be a part of this. And i'm jonathan crasner. Thank you guys so much. It's such an interesting book. Such a fascinating topic very specific topic. But it's one more. I think there's a lot of really interesting directions in which we can take it. You know talking about jewish camping talking about jewish languages talking about american jewish life. American jewish culture. Kind of broadly speaking. I think that that it might be really useful to actually start out where the book starts the hebrew spoken at jewish camps in the us. What you call cap. Hebrew english is not the same as vernacular hebrew which is spoken in modern day israel. So do you guys. Have you wanna comment about what this idea means to you. Is this language. And why is it important. In terms of understanding the dynamics of jewish culture jewish education and so on we went into camps and we started to hear and see the hebrew that was being used. We recognized immediately that it wasn't hebrew spoken in israel and that it was really a variety of language that was drawing from lots of different sources this variety however look these cam is really drawing for all sorts of histories and experiences and one of the things that we tried to tune in. The book was to trace these histories of cow. Hebrew found its way into american jewish camping. How it changed over time. Both in relation to the american jewish community was happening in the united states. Obviously with the establishment of state of israel. How the american. Jewish community reacted responded with its own relationship with hebrew and then bringing it into the modern times of what's happening today and so when you look at it across the trajectory we can see that this variety of this language really has a very specific meaning within the camp context in has rich cultural meaning for american cheats. I see cap hebrew in three whiz. I see at first and foremost as an insider language. These is a language that is understandable. Only people that are in the group. It's something that they share in common. It's a community building exercise if you will the creation and the dissemination of this language second is jewish language inspired by and it is definitely located with in a jewish context and third. It's zionist language. The decision to have a heavy iced english as opposed to. Yiddish is english or a latino english. That was a specific decision. It was a very conscious decision that was made early on. If you go back and you look at the early history of these camps and how this language was created the people who were invested in the creation of this language were zionists and they were looking to the project in palestine and inspired by it when they started speaking hebrew it now the listeners might be wondering what we're talking about when we're talking about camp. Henry is english. So i guess i should give an example in some camps you might have just jewish life words like they might say after beer cut. We're going to go straight to own egg. And those are words that you would hear outside of camp. In many jewish communal settings but many camps that are more to the right of the on the continuum of hebrew richness would have sentences that have a lot more hebrew words in them so they might say something like honey theme and module him go to the tach run for a lot era of now that has so many hebrew words that it really wouldn't be comprehensible to somebody who didn't go to a jewish summer camp that has a lot of hebrew words but note that it's still an english sentence in that the grammar and the function words are english right. They wouldn't use a full hebrew sentence at most camps and then even farther to the right on that continuum of hebrew richness. You have camps that do all of their announcements in hebrew and in some cases this is a hebrew that is mostly set phrases so they might just say something like guess share a mirage cadore saul Salim live bait knesset right so that they would be saying the name of a group and the place where they're supposed to go and people listening to that would just have to listen for the name of their group and the police. They're supposed to go. But then some camps have much more complex sentences in hebrew in their announcements and in other camp public language.

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NYT Reporter Kyle Buchanan Discusses the Lack of Diversity in the Golden Globes

All of It

04:48 min | 8 months ago

NYT Reporter Kyle Buchanan Discusses the Lack of Diversity in the Golden Globes

"About the Golden Globe Awards. So, he said, it's just 87 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press. Paris Press, not a single black member. When you look at the nominees, it's Golden Globes so white It's 2021. Why Is this persisting within the Hollywood foreign press? You know? Well, the Hollywood Foreign press is an extremely insular bunch. You know, the reporting in the L A Times and in the New York Times this past week has a zoo revealed that several foreign journalists you know, over the years have tried to enter this group. And have been pushed out. In fact, it almost seems like the more legitimate the journalists. The worst. Your chances are of getting to this organization, perhaps because they were You know, worried about this kind of expo? Say, um wide. Are they still making while choices Because they are a wild bunch. You know, I've met Nick Those voters. They're eccentric to put it mildly, and they really thrive. On this kind of, you know, glamour and this this feeling that they are a pivotal step on the way to Oscar and they're not willing to give up any of that influence. In fact, they try toe. You know, only expanded, but they do so in such a weird way because they are secretive. In a way, you know, there's there's not They're not. They're not out there while they are out there, you know, rubbing shoulders shaking hands took himself fees. Um, if you want to define the list of their membership, that's when the H F P A really starts to clam up because they're not representing the best and brightest of global entertainment journalism far from it there, representing Maybe the savviest and canniest people in awards season that's more their speed than been trying Tost ablest any sort of legitimate credentials. The people who make up that group. So in terms of them being homogeneous, it sounds like they don't really might not particularly care. Well, yeah, I mean, they are homogeneous in the sense that there are no black voters, which is a kind of insane thing in the year. 2021. Obviously we know that Academy, which votes on the Oscars, has been taking sweeping steps over the last few years diversify its membership, which was primarily older, white and male. Gloves have not taken any such steps. And while they are somewhat divers to be Primarily rewarding American movies. To the extent that even a film like denarii, which is American, is shunted off to the foreign film category simply because it's characters often speak Korean That is indicating that ah, wide gulf between what you're covering and what you are what you look like what you're made of who makes up this group. And I think you know if they're going to purport to speak about this industry and who deserves reward with any sort of authority, and you know it's questionable sometimes whether they do or don't have it. And they have to absolutely take a look at themselves. I guess it kind of Buchanan. We're talking to him. He's the award season columnist for The New York Times. The Golden Globes are this Sunday. So here's a bright spot. Best director for motion picture category. There are more women than men nominated several fennel for promising young woman, Regina King for one night in Miami and Chloe Jiao for Nomad Land. Do you think this is the year we could see a best director Everett at the Globes of the Oscars. I do think so. You know, I'm sure the eight FDA would much rather we focus on that category than any other And certainly, you know, I mean, such as the story of award shows and often is the story of, you know, America generally that you have progress in one respect and then two steps backward somewhere else. But, yes, it was only a couple years ago that Natalie Portman was introducing the best director category is the Golden Globes. And very pointedly said Here are the five all male nominees this year that can't be said. In fact, there's a majority of women and I do expect that Chloe job for Nomad Land will prevail even if no man land doesn't take best drama, although it has a very good shot at that. Globes and not going to miss their opportunity to reward a woman. A person of color. She will be the first woman to win the best director trophy from them since Barbara Streisand for gentle Wow. He just kicked it back far for me

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Pinning Down Prostate Cancer

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

06:31 min | 9 months ago

Pinning Down Prostate Cancer

"Well i of course. Our hosts quadruple board. Certified doctor of internal medicine pulmonary disease critical care and neuro critical care and still fighting on the frontlines over the war on. Covid my very good friend. Dr steven tae back. How you doing steve. I'm well thank you as you've heard joining us from johns hopkins medicine. Doctor kenneth pinta. He's the director of research for the james buchanan. Brady urological institute. He's the co director prostate cancer research program for the sidney kimmel cancer center. He's a professor of urology. He's a professor of oncology. he's a professor of pharmacology and molecular sciences. Welcome dr to. What do you do with all your spare time can. This is not meant to be a softball question. But it's going to sound that way. I'm trying to understand from your inside. Perspective. what is it about the environment you work in a johns hopkins that produces these kind of outcomes. These ratings and the international recognition part of it is tradition. Johns hopkins was founded as the first research university in the united states and we've always placed the tripartite mention of patient care education to students and research on equal footing. So that we're always seamlessly combining those and the other piece of tradition is johns hopkins hospital in the medical school itself. We defined american medicine at johns hopkins with william oastler. Starting out saying we're gonna do medicine differently. Use the term. Medical residents started at johns hopkins. Because ostler made. The doctors live in the hospital to be trained in. So that's where the term came from. You know we have this dome at the hospital. With with the wings of the building and medicine rounds what referred to the fact that they would go round and round the dome to the different wards. And you know we carry that sort of tradition with pride and people love to work there and we've always attracted really smart people who love madison in love taking care of people and really love combining that with the research that powers the next generation of medicines. Forward dr parton. Your department chair talked about. While other hospitals use reports for urological surgery hopkins actually makes their own. Robots isn't making davinci robot. No we use a commercial robots like everyone else but what we are doing is creating the next generation of robots to work with mri machines. We have danced in. Our department is making a special robot that does that. The hopkins whiting school of engineering is developing the next generation of robots to integrate imaging with robotic surgery. A lot of that is not just hardware. it's software we're living in a pretty high tech era. We've come a long way in medicine but still so many men die of prostate cancer. What are we messing up here in. We have to do to fix this. So you know in this time of covid and so many people dying of kobe. You know it's an infectious disease. We gotta do better and we tend to forget about these other illnesses that are plaguing the planet you know if you look around the world. Ten million people a year are dying of cancer in the us. Six hundred thousand people are dying of cancer. Thirty thousand men die of prostate cancer. Every year and cancer of all kinds including prostate cancer is curable if you find it in time because we can do surgery or radiation in jewelry you but unfortunately in about fifty thousand men per year we find the cancer too late. We find the cancer. After it is escape the prostate and metastatic cancer virtually of all kinds is incurable and prostate cancer. Unfortunately metastasized spreads to the bones as first sight and it causes a lot of problems for guys in the bones including pain and eventually kills them and we can talk about how that happens but essentially we fail because we don't cure people because we don't find the cancer in time. Let me ask you a question about that. Actually because i've been quoted by colleagues that if you're fifty years old you have a fifty percent chance that you actually have prostate cancer and at sixty sixty percent chance that you've probably already have prostate cancer and so on and so forth and it would beg the question. Would it not make sense to prophylactically. Remove the prostate. And then obviously the the major impediment to that is the major side effects. What does the thought process about that in. Where are we in terms technologically of mitigating the terrible side effects of impotence and incontinence. So i think there's two aspects to that question steve that we just need to touch on because the other thing you hear. All the time is that oh prostate cancer. You don't have to worry about it. You're going to die with it not from it. You know we do see that. Eighty percent man age eighty if you look in their prostates. If they've gotten killed by a car accident you'll see prostate cancer. So essentially prostate cancer exists in two forms one form. Is this indolent slow growing low grade cancer. That probably shouldn't even be called the cancer. But it still is in we find it by screening and and those are the guys that can be treated with active surveillance. We don't need to treat their cancers where a lot smarter about that now than we were even a few years ago. The other kind of cancer is the aggressive prostate cancer. That is not the kind you find on all types whereas the kind that's growing quickly that we have to get out before it spreads so prostate cancer is definitely has a hereditary component. If you have a father or an uncle who had prostate cancer your your risk of developing prostate cancer is double if you have to family members. It's quadruples you had three family members. You're gonna get it so it is familial. There are some genetic drivers. Like vr rca to that lead to a higher incidence of prostate cancer. And we definitely say if you've have family history us should start screening sooner.

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Why Your Boss Will Live Longer Than You

Optimal Living Daily

04:54 min | 9 months ago

Why Your Boss Will Live Longer Than You

"While your boss will live longer than you. Unless of course you take my advice by stella. Grisanti of wu pa dot com. I just bought a new shoe rack from bed bath and beyond and got so excited at the thought of seeing my heels all in a row so much so that i began to laugh at. Just how much this meant to me. But then i hearken back to what i learned in grad school and realized how this tidy endeavour signifies much more than my ms wannabe ainley organized. This is actually representative of a life threatening problem. That faces everyone. Who has a boss over talking about here. People has been the root of wars of struggle of heartache physical and emotional and of premature death for as long as we can remember or at least since the famous nineteen sixty seven. Whitehall study proved it so we're talking about here. People is the desire for control according to the two very famous studies. Why hall one away hall. Two one's rank in class status or hierarchy at work or in life have a dramatic influence on lifespan. Who do you think lives longer a busy. Ceo or secretary. I guess my post idol gives it away but keep listening according to the whitehall studies which examined eighteen thousand male civil servants in nineteen sixty seven and then over ten thousand men and women twenty years later. In a longitudinal study it turns out that those in a lower rank have morbidity rate of toys those who occupy higher level positions. The higher your position. The longer you're more likely to live wi- when the responsibilities of si yo cause more stress which leads to spite quarters all levels which leads to cardiovascular issues You would think but actually the study found that the less control you feel you have over your lot in life. The higher your level of stress pece other studies following this theorized that perhaps it's not so much control. The maybe the anticipation of not knowing. What's next same difference to me. So how'd you live longer or just as long as your boss number one outsmart yourself except that you don't have control over the events in your life because you really don't and the only thing you can control is reaction and thoughts in regards to events that you can't control that actually gives you lots of control. In fact it determines about forty percent of your happiness. Outsmart the power struggle. Choose your response to things. I come up number two cre- pretend pockets so maybe you can't control the fact that your company's biggest competitor just came up with the next best thing to sliced bread that your baby cries at night or that. The train is late buchanan. Cre- pretend pockets of control. Pretend pockets of control our little things that you do for yourself to make you feel like you do actually have control in life. This could be making sure you to the gym. No matter what every morning or can be eating healthy or it can be organizing your shoe closet number three except at all but create with intention this music sept. Whatever comes your way as information in an opportunity to create something new and better. If what you got wasn't exactly what you wanted for example. You thought he was the one but getting dumped over lunch might mean he's not accept that learn from the information you gathered during the relationship in continued to intend on finding love but the kind that actually does x. y. and z is all forgiving. Yourself like if your pretend pocket is going to the gym every morning and you don't make it this week except that other things got in the way and continue to intend on healthy lifestyle. Start going again tomorrow. Now that we're all worked up or at least i am off to right next about just how positive it is to be out of control. Sometimes we'll save for later another from her in just a second but i as a listener of this show. You know how important it is to put health. I don't let the chore of going to the doctor get in your way. It did for me before. But now i've tried plush care with plush care i get virtual doctor appointments right through my smartphone or computer. I just pick a time that works for me and book an appointment online. No crowded waiting room. No commute and no being put on hold. Mike can be diagnosed treated and even have a prescription sent to my pharmacy of choice. If needed was plush care plus they're available in all fifty states and most major insurance carriers are accepted. I've tried it. I've used it super simple and it works. Pushing doctors really care. They're available anytime. I have questions and will even help with managing my emotions.

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Bee Gees' Barry Gibb talks going country with ‘Greenfields’

World Cafe

05:02 min | 10 months ago

Bee Gees' Barry Gibb talks going country with ‘Greenfields’

"On paper. Berry give is a superstar. Sorry i should say sir berry give the only surviving member of the bg's he is one of the most successful songwriters of all time. And yes he has also been knighted but in person berry give is exceedingly humble. He's kind and as you'll hear today deeply interested in and excited by making music. Some back story quickly berry was born on the isle of man and moved with his family to australia when he was a boy. That family included his three younger brothers. His bg's bandmates robert morris as well as his youngest andy their journey has been explored in a new. Hbo documentary called the bg's. How can you mend a broken heart. And now barry has released a new album that brings some of the songs he and his brothers wrote together. In a whole new way on greenfields the give brother songbook volume one. Barry performed songs along with folks. Like dolly parton jason. Isabel and brandi carlile today. Very good and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb. Join me to talk about how this album came together. Dave is in nashville and berry joins us from where he now lives in miami to get things rolling. Here's a song that was first released on the bg's nineteen seventy five album. Main course on this new album barry. Performs with miranda lambert and j buchanan this is jive talkin s live discount so misunderstood john. Young you just heard. Jive talkin barry gibbs singing with j buchanan verana lambert a song originally on the nineteen seventy five album main course that version is from berry's new album greenfield's the game brothers. Songbook one today. I am joined by berry. Give and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb and just so everybody knows whose voice is whose though i don't think it'll be that tricky. I'd like to welcome you individually so berry. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank you thank you dave. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank y'all have to be here. It's great to have you both on now on the surface the two of you might seem like an unlikely pairing so get into how this all came together berry. I understand that your son steven had something to do with you. Getting tuned into the dave cobb universe through the music of artists. He's worked with like chris stapleton and jason isabel and. Brandi carlile it. Could you tell us how that happened. Yeah well i mean just outside this room. Stephen came out a darby her. This and on his iphone it was chris stapleton and just blew me away so i thought wow. That's that's for me. You know as right up my street. And and if i'm gonna make anymore record that's the guy i want to work with and i said who is this guy called dave cobb and he's the probably the biggest producer. Ah in the world right now. i should okay. Sounds good to me. Let's find out he's interested in dave. What was it like getting that call. Like what was your reaction when you heard from berry and his people. I'm a massive. Bg's fan and their early records You know top ten albums for me and specifically to be i and it's something that i obsessed on for many many years. I mean that. I record particularly it has got to love somebody on it and holiday and turn of the century and these songs that to me. I love records at sound like. They're you can't imagine humans getting together and making them. They sound like they're made in remarks or something that was one of those records seminole records getting that call and getting to do. Some of these early songs was just more than i ever wish or dream of mine. Well it was an incredible experience. And i thank you for it and i sincerely hope we get to do it again. I promise not to be show nervous. Very i also read. That stephen can convince you that people would want to work with you which blows my mind because you know you're one of the most successful songwriters of all time. Why would you think that you're very kind but nashville is a different world. It's a different world and if you if you're not accepted in nashville then you not accept it. That's all there is to. Nobody explains it. You're just you know. And and at one occasion. I was in nashville and i met ricky skaggs and got a chance to make a do a track with him and it was called soldier. Son and and I was. I just thought you know. This is where i whether other people think showing this year along

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Washington DC Police Looking For Suspects In Armed Robbery In Arlington

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

Washington DC Police Looking For Suspects In Armed Robbery In Arlington

"In Arlington County happened last night in the 2800 block of South Buchanan Street seems to involve drug deal. Those On bad. A woman was knocked to the ground by suspect with a gun who seem to want money. Both suspects fleeing on foot. One shot was fired. No one was hurt. The sea is on a mission to

Donald Trump is finished, but will 'Trumpism' prevail?

Between The Lines

08:07 min | 1 year ago

Donald Trump is finished, but will 'Trumpism' prevail?

"It's been more than a week since the us presidential election joe biden of course has claimed victory whereas the president is yet to concede defeat but when donald trump eventually leaves office the question. We have to ask ourselves is is trumpism. Really finished after all the media conventional wisdom the new york times washington. Post the major networks. Cnn msnbc all that conventional wisdom is that the twenty twenty election represents a repudiation of trumpism and what's trump luckily to do after he leaves office well for more. Let's turn to patrick. J buchanan senior adviser to president reagan nixon and ronald reagan. Pat has been a regular fixture in america's opinion pages and cable television shows for generations. Ninety ninety two and ninety six pat buchanan ran for the presidential nomination of his party. The republican party on america first platform pass walking back to you between the lines. Good to your tom now. Let's start with the election itself to spotted trifecta of crises health economic racial the us congressional and presidential contests were very tight. How do you account for that. I think there were tight for this reason. The covid virus which hammered us in march and april and then all during the summer and full took the lodge. That's two hundred and thirty thousand americans and they induced an economic decline unrivalled since the great depression. And then you have to racial turmoil in the country. And the wake of the killing of george floyd in minneapolis riots. And and things like that. So he's really damaged trump in the eyes of the public and his administration and normally they would've killed any presidential candidate. But i will say that in the fall. When trump was further behind he basically one mechanic team won the battle against biden. It was surging at the end of the campaign but he did not get over the top or at least so far so i think what you can say is trump and trumpism won the campaign. They lost the election because of the burdens. They had to terry which were too happy to cross the finish line. And let's not forget that in the late up to the election the metric conventional wisdom the polls the pundits. They predicted a democratic sweep. A blue wave washing the republicans out of power capturing the senate and delivering an alleged democratic congressional majority if the democrats did indeed have a clean sweep of the congress and the white house what would radical progressive in the american takes. What would that have made if you had nancy. Pelosi in control of the house and chuck schumer and control. The should i which looks less and less likely now and preston biden into white house. Biden's problem would be the tremendous pressure from the progressive left wing of this party to impose his leftist agenda. The party home to the country in the first two years of his administration. And i think it would be virtually impossible biden to resist the democrats cheap to kill the filibuster. Which would eliminate the ability of the republicans to stop their agenda and we would be off to the races with medicare for all the green new deal statehood for puerto rico statehood for dc. Defunding the cops. Pack the supreme court the whole left wing democratic agenda. They would try to ram through with fifty one votes. In the senate and biden frankly would be restraining force because republicans wouldn't be able to do it if they lost the filibuster in the senate which is what. Barack obama urged the democrats to take away if they win the senate okay now bought and has pasta to sydney electoral college. Votes needed to win the white house now given that it's very hard to prove widespread electoral fraud pat. Why want trump just accept defeat. Here's trump is demanding that he be allowed to play out last play of the deal. Because i think he feels he has been treated horribly by the democrats and the liberals in the press and he's not gonna do them a favour. He's got a right to make sure. The counselor made and certain things happen by certain dates. He's not going to speed up the transition. It's not gonna be a pleasant transition at all. He's going to treat them the way they felt. They treated him when he came in with the russia investigation and all the rest of it. So i think what you're getting is. Trump is looking at upon this if it succeeds is a hostile takeover of the government of the united states. And he is acting to resisted with every legal constitutional weapon. He has so it's This is not a cordial country power at all. Okay but with dany. Before the nineteen sixty presidential election between richard nixon and john f kennedy. That was very taught. There was a lot of speculation about electoral fraud in texas and illinois. And that of course benefited. The democrats won that election now. Apologies for the very scratchy. Sound quality of these vintage news report from sixty years ago. but he's nixon. Your boss pat here. He is at four. Am at republican headquarters. After the election conceding. Defeat to and and results shows come in if the present trend continues If mr kennedy and senator kennedy will be the next president of the united states senators kennedy now. And i want you know that. Certainly this trend has continued and he does become our next president that he will have my. That's richard nixon conceding. Defeat john f. kennedy in nineteen sixty pat buchanan. Why can't trump do a nixon accept defeat graciously that at four am gathering. My wife was present. She worked for richard nixon and the nineteen sixty campaign and travel. The country would and the point is that was a different time in a different country. That america's today america's bitterly divided and one of the contributing factors is the is the belief correct in my view that donald trump was denied. Not only a good transition but donald trump was investigated by the fbi and during the transition. They went after his state of the fbi did and they had a two year investigation beach. Kim they try to defeat him then they tried to overthrow him. And i think trump feels this and he says i established nothing. They can go. I mean they can go too far as i'm concerned and we're going to run this old way out and make sure every ballot is counted and all the towns are accurate. And whether or not we're going to go to court and exercise our rights and we're not going to pretend otherwise that this is a pleasant for easy transfer of power this was a hostile takeover and trump's view. I mean they're campaign run against him former first lady. Michelle obama is already talking about the house and he could and racism and the rest endemic pain in what he come folks voted for. So i think look you gotta divided country and there's no sense pretending otherwise and trump is not gonna gauge any pretense.

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Barry Gibb Teams With Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton & More for Bee Gees Country Covers Album

Mark Levin

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Barry Gibb Teams With Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton & More for Bee Gees Country Covers Album

"Very give teams with country stars for a new album, The BEEGEES very give us teamed up with a number of country artists for green fields. Give brothers Songbook give teams up with Miranda Lambert in J. Buchanan for Jive Talking with Dolly Parton. For words, Cheryl Crow. Jason is Bell little Big Town, Keith Urban and more On well known songs from the Three brothers, and it'll include some reunion's beaches, Road partner and Kenny Rogers hit islands in the stream years back, and he teems with Olivia Newton John. She had a hit with bands Come on over. The album is due out January. Think, a documentary on the band premieres on HBO.

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Americans Might Not Be Likeable Enough To Attract A Good President

The Topical

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Americans Might Not Be Likeable Enough To Attract A Good President

"Been let down by politicians time and time again voters have become increasingly disappointed by and disillusioned with politics. But now he's in populace is looking deeper and it started to worry that maybe it's just not likeable enough to attract a good candidate for president of the United States opr is emotionally intelligent political analyst and relationship experts the Saunders joins me now. Hi Martha good to be here Leslie Martha. Why is the nation being so hard on itself? Well, Leslie the American people have never been lucky in leadership. They've been bitter ever since Franklin gateway drug their hearts in the mid eighteen hundreds, right? That's what led to our self-destructive James Buchanan face boy. That was a mistake exactly but ever since this, Fears primaries when we ended up with another pair of selfish men the US has been starting to wonder if the reason they haven't been able to settle down with someone who's the electable type is because there's something wrong with them. Is

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Why Buchanan County, Virginia’s election results are important

WSJ What's News

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Why Buchanan County, Virginia’s election results are important

"Buchanan County gave President trump his biggest margin of victory in the two thousand sixteen presidential election nearly eighty percent voted for him compared to just over eighteen percent for Hillary Clinton. President trump has done little to expand his political base since then and to secure victory this time around, he'll need to maintain his base in working class comedies like the Canon. So how is support in Buchanan holding up this time around and what can you tell us about trump's base across the country? We turn now to our senior editor Bob Davis Hi Bob thanks for being here. Sure. Thanks for inviting me. So, tell us a little bit more about the canons economy which has relied heavily on coal mining has that changed during the pandemic what's going on there now? Will you know you voted Cannon County and you can read about the pandemic and people will tell you how it's affected them. But you don't honestly see it. It is a place where few people wear masks where people are back in their offices not in general not observing social distancing and it is a place where the pandemic has moved through the county just as it has in other places. So what? You see for the pandemic is, for instance, the high school which was went virtual in the spring they tried a mixture of in-person and virtual mostly in person for the full the issue there one reason an additional reason there to go in person compared to other places is you know it's it's a place that's full of mountains and valleys, and the the Internet reception's not very good in a lot of places so. That would argue to have kids come back and go to school in person. Well, when I was there, it happened that three kids tested positive and they wound up going off virtual. School. Which of course had the usual effect on parents who have to take care of the kids so I mean there's that and then the economy. The economy's slowing. As again as you would see around the country, the coal mines shut or slowed. During the spring, but they're back shopping is down retail sales are down and it's a place where the unemployment rate you know went up to eleven percent. It's now the most recent is around nine percent. So even a place that's used to having a weak economy. In What is clearly recession? President trump is still expected to win the county in this election, but a lot has changed for many of his supporters there're especially during the pandemic. Bob, can you tell us more about what you heard from them and how they're thinking about voting this time around sure I mean they are still overwhelmingly in favor of president trump overwhelmingly but. Then you have to define what is overwhelmingly mean in two thousand sixteen. He got eighty percent of the vote in the general election. So will he get eighty percent of the vote? Will he get seventy percent of the vote will as many people show up to vote for him? These are all questions that are uncertain at this point, the answers to which. Are, uncertain as I say the people there in general are still quite supportive but even his supporters wonder if other supporters are basically suffering from what you might call trump fatigue, the four years of controversy the pandemic which it's Cannon County as much as it hits, you know anywhere else you know all the controversies and so even his supporters wonder whether they'll get. As larger turn out, it doesn't mean necessarily vote for Joe Biden mean that they don't show up to vote another issue is that it's a place with the weak economy as I said and the number and people are leaving people the population there is being greatly reduced over the past twenty thirty years and even from two thousand, sixteen to two, thousand twenty, there are fewer people in the county. So there are fewer potential voters for the president. Did you talk to any voters who did vote for trump in two thousand sixteen and are now considering voting for? Biden. Yes. I spoke particularly to a couple. Francis and Rayburn. Minton who run a clinic in Grundy it's tucked away in a food city supermarket and they as are many people in that area they were Democrats. This is an area that until Brock Obama actually voted democratic in the presidential election like a Lotta places in West Virginia and in South West Virginia, and then they had voted for president trump largely. Because of his promises about the coal economy bring back know the local economy to stronger state and they now are voting against him because they are upset at the way they feel he is mismanaged the response to cove it. I mean they see it up front you know they do testing for covid and the they have arguments with patients, potential patients, potential customers who WANNA test but we're we're a mask and a attributed a lot of the resistance to wear masks to the president's often disdainful attitude toward mass square.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Iron Advocate

Iron Advocate

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"And try to help change culture. Could they hire you as a coach? Absolutely, we're not certified coach coaches, but but effectively what we do is guide and provide consultation for a firm in how to put into place. Pat Practices Procedures. Policies. To create a culture change. To to let you know people who are listening iron advocate and are followers. No win and we have talked about your report on prior episodes. IT guided US continues to guide us? We appreciate the dialogue and encourage a folks out there in all kinds of organizations to to reach out for you and and keep this conversation going. Thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you Bob. Jeff this was fun. Thank you for joining us. We hope you've enjoyed this episode of iron advocate, and that you take what you've learned an integrated into your own personal practice as always. We leave you with a minute of mindfulness. Breathing. Breathe out. And we'll.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Iron Advocate

Iron Advocate

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"So that's that's the best go to. Think of other practices, but that's. GonNa Sue. So bree. Sort old white to to bring our listeners on this episode is. All of the things you've identified we've talked about are are enormously important to implement. Communication to ME IS NUMBER ONE. lawyers doing just what we're doing right now, which is talking to one another about works for them? Those that are in recovery like yourself those like. Jeff I, who have struggled for years trying to get our arms and heads around this. The report by the way that lawyer wellbeing dot net. Lawyers can find it. Read it. And take away from me. Is Talk about it so? You know so. Jeff certified to teach meditation to lawyers and I'm a certified Yoga instructor right and. I can say that. You know the best. Closing arguments in performances in the courtroom I've given have been over the last short term as a result of doing the things you're talking about and I still have the instinct. Know to the night before closing. Let me get to the conference room when we. Write things down over and over again. I when I when I stop myself and I go to a yoga class where I meditate I do both of those things. Invariably my performances so much better. Because of course I already know my case. I don't have to write things down. It doesn't mean I won't have an outline or some prompts in the morning, but but my time is better spending freeing my creativity up. And, so what can we do? To help create those person to person. Dialogues whether it's mentoring whether it's some kind of small groups in in firms. Can you speak to that? Have some ideas or thoughts affirms organizations and wears out there. How do we create that? I've seen during the with a pandemic. There's been a real focus in and I and I. Live in the world around lawyer wellbeing and the people that are working on those issues, but an attempt to create spaces through zoom or other online meeting platforms for people to come together in just share how they're doing, and so I'm hoping that that is practice that can continue because it's convenient. It's easy, and and these are people getting together and talking about how they're. They're coping how they're coping with work from home with kids are supposed to be homeschooling that sort of thing just to create some a circle of support and break through some of that `isolation and I think that that would be a thing that could really be helpful going forward in the future, because even when we go back to the offices or some of us do. This is still a profession that is plagued with isolation, so that could be one thing I think also for this and any other thing we talk about in regards to the practices that. Are Strategies to promote wellbeing essential to it with firms. Is that leadership participate? It's not just that they send out an email. Saying I want you to do this, but if you if they have you know a lunchtime meditation that the managing partner at least once a week shows up in his. There when I talked to law schools. It's about you know if you want students to do. You have a faculty member WHO's willing to show up and be a part of that when people see that the leadership is. Is doing these things, and it's a meditating doing yoga walking taking a fricken vacation. How about that for real? A real vacation? That is when the culture change starts to happen, but it cannot be just a a who did with our kids right? You know, do as I say it's gotTa be do as I. Do and so again we're talking about systemic change is GonNa. Come from the top they. The leaders of the firm had to be believers in set the example. They have to suit up in show up. Pre One I. Listen To you, talk and I read your report and I've my own experience what I, what I find in the profession is kind of stunning lack of emotional intelligence. This is a term that has been is out there in the universe now, and it really is for listeners dot now it's emotional awareness. It's the ability to to identify and name your emotions. The ability to self regulate you. Talk about it in terms of people abusing. Substances sort of a self regulation piece. They teach us in law school. To use our minds, but the emotions are completely left out. You told obviously over and over again. You're being to emotional I heard a settlement conference recently were settlement conference. Judge Admonish another lawyer. To emotional. and. and. He was right actually. This settlement judge I think it was, but the emotions weren't factored in to the mix, and the fact that lawyers are almost illiterate when it comes to emotions seems to be one of the problems that plague us in NF back to your question about leaders. How could a leader in a law firm? Star, to really foster a culture in the simplest way you can explain foster a culture. Of Emotional intelligence in a law firm or an organization. The first thing that comes to mind is communication from that later. And to be to communicate with their staff regularly. And speak from that space. To give an example in regards to the pandemic that we're going through right now with. An adviser with strategies in what we're telling big firms right now is. It's imperative that you ramp up your level of communication with your staff. and not just about brass tacks, but also about feelings, emotions from leadership communicate with one another from a very real place, and that's going to help set a standard or make it okay for your employees to communicate from that space or make it more likely. so again I keep getting back to leadership, but it is it is. So critical. So bree you are. One of the national leaders, really in the dialogue about wellness. Where can firms warriors organizations find you? What are you doing now? A teller listeners at all be in the episode notes for people that want to find it as will the link to the wonderful report. You wrote, but. Can, you share with folks what you're doing where they can find you? Yeah I, wear too many hats right now, so. The main one is cruel strategies. Senior adviser would girl strategies and then I, also am the chair of the commission, lawyers, assistance programs and founding co chair of the National Task Force a lawyer will be. So you can see what I'm doing through all of those garages anybody wants to talk to me. They're welcome to shoot me an email which is just breathe nine hundred sixty four. Okay, now you know all I am at Att. More disclosures per at the top of your game, right? That's right where you are. Green nineteen sixty four att dot net I'm happy to visit with anybody, and if something that I've said kind of sparked a an idea concern, I'm happy to visit with folks, and that's what I did. Three years at the Pierre Kinda Miss just having knees real conversations with other warriors. So Do personal coaching. If if somebody WHO's running a law firm wanted to get a hold of you.

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"buchanan" Discussed on Iron Advocate

Iron Advocate

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"buchanan" Discussed on Iron Advocate

"A check. The box kind of thing that a corporate counsel could be looking for would be. Do you have policies around what a person should do either? They're having a mental health or behavioral? Health concern. And Ninety eight percent or more law firms do not have any policies related to that I mean basically the closest are going to be able to tell you. Is that what we do? You know the will show you the policy where you're not allowed to drink alcohol during day or something like that or have elicit drugs on the premises and that's about it. But. WE WE'VE SEEN IN A. Law! Has a policy that makes it clear. Who Do you go to in a law firm made it clear communication are going to be confidential that have supported services at Cetera that. If you have to go away for treatment hit, here's how you will be incorporated back into the firm, and how you'll be treated when you have that level of forethought and transparency, it increases the rates of people coming forward and asking for help so that the that is sort of just a tick the box of. That major. Corporate client. Or practice carrier could demand of law firm to show that they're actually. Putting into place some policies or procedures that will have an impact. On the quality of representation that people are getting at the firm. Bob and I have been talking about. The report you co-authored and Part of our advocate has just talking about how. Lawyers can really find satisfaction. In this. Hyper competitive pressure filled. Profession that. We're probably the most neurotic profession out there. It's got to be true right I. Have Been Costa Ice Yeah I'll go with it, too. And it's. I am console lawyers. Travelers. Especially guys like Bob, very neurotic and the. It's always amazing to me when we have these conversations and I and I. And I think back to myself my first two years, and where I've been along the path, and if somebody could have intervened, said to me. Here's how you're gonNA. Find more happiness or here's how you're going to. Go deeper inside yourself, and you'll actually be a better lawyer, but you'll have a lot more peace of mind and the paradox vulnerability to us out again. That's. Moving towards vulnerability moving towards fear moving towards a mistake, you know even just a second ago. When you lost your train of thought, I saw the look on your face. When lost train of thought when you're talking I've had this in court where you all the sudden. Lose your train of thought and you're doing something, and and the world can collapse on you and you're feeling your the whole inner critic starts to come in. I'm doing this and everybody sees me right and. I'm embarrassed I'm ashamed, and and if you start to get one starts, get closer to those places inside themselves. A whole new world opens up and. The conversation is giving a little speech on a question, but the conversation we've been having is about. Whether it's going to be A. Top down or bottom up shift in the profession. And I guess the question view is is. What those practices that you alluded to some of them in yourself. That could really help a lawyer. To manage themselves and to be able to live in a way. Not from a moral point of view, but from just being affected, what are the kinds of personal practices? That folks can start to to work on. The will shift their consciousness. That leads to better choices in and. Mixon healthier sure and let me preface my comments by saying and this the Task Force National Task Forces. Mindful of this we're not. We're about bringing about systemic change. Systemic change in the legal profession is not going to happen. From individual lawyers, taking these actions on talking about systemic change will occur when the leaders of the profession, the supreme courts of each state etc, implement policies practices at Cetera that are gonNA. Support the the members of the profession, so that's where systemic change comes from at the same time. It is imperative for our own I. Think Survival in if not just basic personal satisfaction to engage in basically a program self care that I had alluded to earlier so the thing that I talk about is the best Go-to for a lawyer a trial lawyer. Somebody who's super busy in wants fast. Facts are powerful effects in the least amount of time. and. I would say that his meditation. And you know we hear a lot about mindfulness, mindful eating and mindful flower picking and. But I'm talking about specifically the hard thing meditating and sitting down, and for ten minutes or fifteen minutes, and learning how to focus your mind on one particular object or something that is going on in the present moment and letting go of discursive thought, all that sort of thing that continual ticker tape of thoughts that go across our mind, constantly and studies about the effects on our brain because we know the issue of neuro plasticity that our brains can change for the better. That, it is highly effective and so for my experience. In recovery, taking care of myself, that was a core piece of it, and so I've meditated for over ten years. I've taught meditation. I've taught meditation for Warriors. It's not. It's simple. It's straightforward, but it is not easy to do it takes discipline exercise for your brain. You know and it you sit down and meditation. What you're really doing is focusing on the present moment and every time your mind wanders off, which will do constantly you bring it back to the present moment, and that's like the you know. The the the Arm Carl of. That you're doing for your brain and you knew that over and over again and your brain. Cheese, a greater ability to concentrate. Dec-, clearly to the heart of a matter to discern things. You can read witnesses butter. You have better insights into fact, scenarios and cases. The the amount of things that benefit lawyers that are. Legion and there are so many I can attest to this free I can attest to this because I'm going to take. A more available? To to read what's happening in a trial setting in and preparation that I had been before I, started meditating. Absolutely you can just hone in on it and concentrate so much better with our current super mode of being which is constant, incessant distractions from looking at our phones and constant notifications and media and coming, we trained reigns to be very superficial and pop around constantly in what we is lawyers need is the ability to focus. Concentrate goes deep. And take some facts in scenarios and analyze it moving around and try out different things. And so the medication helps us so much, and it's something that you can do honestly in ten minutes a day if you're disciplined. If it works for you, you may decide to go to fifteen or twenty minutes a day. Do it every day and after two or three months. You will notice that your brain works better just like if you went to the gym and you started working out, it's the same. It's the same thing..

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"buchanan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"buchanan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Us use them to try hi there yes thank you with the construction going on the yeah I can hear you but it's kind of spotty Pat Buchanan going out a little bit ten yes I am okay well I hope your day is I just wanna let you know we are sweet I get this to get gonna bring a great deal tonight with us to try to work on it but a number is bring it about also but tonight organised by doing a musical legend bill with and we're gonna have things off Casey Bartholomew tonight until we get that fixed and and and we're good to go from the home is there but it's that I want to thank you both all me filling in tonight to look for to show and if I say ten o'clock after the show Facebook live in some Facebook likes if you go to look and look for walls while I'm on the phone that that just after ten o'clock or Getty at if you could hear what that's like my gosh well I'm glad you're getting to bill withers because we had wanted to talk about bill withers earlier and we just we didn't have time and you know what great music he gave us is Casey Bartholomew over some type of way like in so many crazy land at that was his voice was sped up a little bit I mean that was is interesting they just have me sitting here and waiting to get the net I'm actually here all day you just never know I hear you if any of us falls okay saying yes just around Gemma's waiting watching TV the case something goes wrong nothing else to well you should you take over the air waves and if that was any indication of what is called the online I'm guess I'm guessing you'll hear me for probably a good portion of the show okay all right all right anything you want to to use world third world we're gonna talk about face masks and what people need to do and what they need if you gonna be making about home what they what they need to look like and what they need to be made up and all that kind of fun stuff yeah my sister in laws making tons of those thanks you but there's a right way and a wrong way that's what I can I guess there's a better way and and not as good yeah yeah I think that's probably better stated but yeah area but that's what we're gonna do you know if by chance I get are you going to wear one we can we can't remote working is at yeah I can't get to the court or something along that wasn't like Pat Arnold yeah the problem is airing a facemask yeah that's that's a that's a big if I go if I go out I will mainly because might my bigger concern by on top of myself getting infected is infecting anybody else so I would I would wear one just for you know just to be polite to really to be a good neighbor yeah and it covers most of the majority of my face and that's okay I haven't seen you Casey but you're probably selling yourself short I have a hideous thing yeah right I don't think so get candles like now not not not true never seen me I in your mind's eye all right well it's the casein maybe Pat Walsh show I'm not sure which but it might be a little nice mixture both so Casey thank you appreciate it yeah it's so stick around for however that she was gonna unfold will show Anna I'm Cathy o'neil hope you have a super weekend I'll be back for the afternoon news on Monday at four under is ninety three point one KPK and on the I heart radio app Sacramento's.

Pat Buchanan