25 Burst results for "Carola"

"carola" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"carola" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

"Close the show the close and now we got a closed. Come on where we got another hour. Maybe not anyway My my my space for that is the shower. I'm gonna tell you why. Listen my best ideas. My holistic ideas when i'm trying to start things you hope. Ballistic carola too. So you know there's that too already. Listen when i get the three to know. Because no when i'm doing the shower with the and it's it's it's a conscious of course because that's my best ideas from i tell people this all the time classes and i and i share with them where it comes from. Because i'm able to really just focus on to subconscious ideas. That i have what i want to make manifest in the world. Let me stop token metaphysically. What i'm trying to say is my best ideas home. When i'm taking this hour or when i'm driving and things like that. Those are minds home spaces. When i just think you know what i'm saying and all limitations are removed. Because you know what i'm saying. And i think i think i know we as individuals especially as men doubly especially his black men. We need that time to be like you know what i needed to thomas space. Who think about what. I want to make happen and for me. One of those spacey's is when. I'm taking a shower. So i love water damage. Good thing you know. Hey let the ideas festival in populate from there so my own. I wonder if i wanted to share something j. jp always always saying we've asked he. He said we we to degree by which we can overcome. The negative overcoming in negative is a price of achievement and gr- in greatness. Got a t shirt. We achieved to degree by which we can overcome the negative overcoming the negative the price of achievement in greatness sloop. Bro i the title of the pockets but at the longest ankles words because we gotta get about it He got back into rocky road to get here literally. Set capelton this last words real quick. Yes sir. I just want people in the world now. It's kind of crazy because everybody feels if you have to productive and kind of like i said piggyback off my man will will you say as far as say space. I feel like nowadays. Like i was telling marlo brother light. Let's normalize being bored because a lot of times when you just sit down and you just just sitting you're li- like ideas come to you out. You're able to think you ever. The process been more Instead of just moving like even girl asked me certain questions about when. I'm in a stressful situation by a lot. Going on ability to pay which about to do we like nothing will be like nothing. I'm about to go lay down literally. Because if i try to make a move. Now is way too impulsive. Think a situation even by somebody coming at me crazy barking at me while like just give me a minute to think and i got you say well you know what i mean. When i moved to fast you may you make crash. I don't make the wrong move. So it's like you said the house man. Sometimes it always good to be doing something like you. Just sit there for a minute. No maligned coming board. I'm going with that. I'm you know what i mean when i was going with that. Okay what guys. Got your his bucket three to hall. Yes indeed my music. Yeah three to wait a minute before we get out of here. we got good at the pump. Fake 'cause i wanna know what not three to one. We can do overtime on park. Need me court got no. You gotta go. Three two zero year yeah..

Ballistic carola thomas space spacey marlo li
"carola" Discussed on Blocked and Reported

Blocked and Reported

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on Blocked and Reported

"Gender nonconformity people. That isn't too hard for medical students. Understand i respect carola colleague and scientists but this dangerous language perpetuates a system of discrimination against nonsense people within the mid system it directly opposes our capital t capital f. Task force work that aims to create a safe space for scholars of all identities and sexes kurd. Heb scholars and those considering joining us. Please no there are many of us in the department who honor and celebrate everyone across outside the gender spectrum. We clearly have so much more work to do but we are trying hard to make our department of better safer place for all trans right. Flag sort of. What color is that. I guess like a purple purple heart so i assume carol that before. She tweeted there's she reached out to you privately. But you couldn't come to an agreement. Yes that's exactly what happened. We couldn't come to an agreement and then she took to twitter. No that's not what happened. I had no idea that she tweeted this out. And i wasn't tagged and the tweet and a old colleague alerted me to the fact that this tweet was up there and someone was calling my you know. From representing the department and saying that my words were transphobic and it was. It was harming undergrads. This might not have been this person's fault. I did from the first tweet. It sounded like she was like. I initially thought she was an administrator because she says sort of ahead of his task force right. That's what everyone thought. As far as i can tell from the responses that part of the that was a big part of the problem. She didn't just tweet. As a grad student. She tweeted as a representative of the department and potential Potentially harvard and somebody who's representing diversity and inclusion task forces and how they operate and that's not how they normally operate so. This person has got a lot of really bad blowback. you can tell most of the response negative. Although i saw a couple one or two other harvard people supporting her but what has been the traditionally academia is like people duke it out in journals. There's always rivalry always function but this thing of like calling out one of the professors in your department on twitter is fairly new and i would imagine it makes the work environment. Not so fun. Sometimes it is fairly new. And but i think it's definitely increasing. Students are telling me that they appreciate that. I am continuing to teach this course in this climate because a lot people are just unwilling to put you know expose themselves to this kind of response and attempts it i would say kind of public shaming so. Yeah how did. How did you respond to this on twitter right. Yeah i responded on twitter. I don't this per- this graduate student isn't someone i have a. We don't. we've never had any kind of negative interaction or anything like that. I just i. She does a lot of her work outside of the department. And i don't know her very well and Plus i just thought they needed. She tweeted this out into the twitter. Verse and i felt that i should also respond and have her back up her claims on twitter so i re tweeted the her tweet and said i appreciate your concerns. Could you please let me and the twitter verse know. Exactly what. I said that you consider transphobic or harmful to undergrads. I think you know that. I care deeply about all of my students and i also care about science. How about a discussion dangerous. So that was basically the dino. The last of what i said was she. Open to discussion She that's complicated With we eventually got in touch about having a discussion but that kind of fell through. Can you tell us. What the impacts this little kerfuffle has had within the department so this went viral and people from all over..

twitter carola department and potential Poten Task force carol harvard
"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

This Mom Knows

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

"Fantastic. That's right. Thank you. Yes. I was like when else will I have this time set aside like I have now? So So if if a mom preneur was like okay, I don't have a chunk of time, but I'm just going to get three pictures to get me started. What would 3 Ki pictures be that they should have just to get them going? So, yeah, I think the, the first one is the hero shot and that is pretty much the the page that you would see on the homepage. Because if you the face of your brand, you know, give the people immediately left the chance to connect with you. I think that's the first one then, one day, he argued with, arguably could call the head shot and I think that's the one that sits on the about page. So that that can be a little bit more natural juice. And that can be, you know, it can be maybe outside or something or what you do outside of work. And then thirdly, I would say the services page like something wage. When you talk about how you deliver it, how can you portray what you do, and your case, for example, you know, you with your, like, you know, bringing up, you know, recording a podcast off. I think these are the three that he were shot. The about page photo and the services photo. Okay, well, that's super helpful. So we're getting close to the end of our time. Going to wrap up with a few questions, but this is my favorite. I'm a gadget. Girl, I love tools, I love all this. So what is what is your favorite time-saving gadgets system or trick either for home or business? So I thought about this and it's not necessarily time-saving but what I've recently found which I love is eco-friendly. So I have a thing for Jake friendliness and I love shampoo bars also because they're like so bars and you just like like I put them in a little bag and then get you just rub them over your head and they they're so nicely. Like, if you find the right beautiful and it's so much lighter to transport. So, therefore, the, the miles are way, less wage. The impact on the environment, is so much less. So, I've converted the whole family and I'm, I'm making my way through my friends. Well, that's great. I've not really heard of that, so I'll have to check that out. That's great. But yeah, it was my first thought was, oh, that makes for easier travel, exactly. Yeah, definitely wonderful. So how can people find you? How can they connect wage? You and more importantly, how can they get your opt-in? That is so wonderful. Yes, thank you. So yes, I've got a website. It's the Kerala house.com. So, like the Carolina Moon. Word.com, I'm on also on Facebook, Facebook page, the page, again the same on Instagram and I'm on LinkedIn as well a little bit and on there as well. So if you have the Carolyn. Com off when you can have that hang on, there you go. Yes. And it is wonderful. So everyone needs to have, even if they're hiring someone, this will help you get your head around, what it is that you're working through and planning. So it's very valuable, definitely helps. If you hire someone, or if you do it yourself, it doesn't matter wage. Definitely, yes. Well, Kerala, thank you so much for taking the time to be with us today. And this was wonderful. Thank you. No. Thank you very much for inviting me. And yeah, I I started listening to you podcast and I really enjoy the episodes. So, keep up the good work. Thank you. Thank you..

Jake Facebook LinkedIn Carolyn Carolina Kerala
"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

This Mom Knows

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

"You just click with, you know, you don't need to click with in such a way that, you know, you definitely you could be friends but in a such a way that you feel like I think I think I'm in good hands, you know? And, and you find that out by by obviously, looking at the website or social media, you know posts. But then also having a conversation with them, I think that's really important because it gives both of you a chance to see what would be provided. What, how would the street go? And what I have the support I need or would I, you know, would we be spontaneous and just woke up? You know, that is a personal preference and then and then yeah, then you can choose whether you both want to work together. I think it's really important that you just like, you feel the pull. Yeah, yeah that's good. And what is a typical dog? Package like should they expect? You know, twenty images. Fifty images. What, what's typical? I don't think there is a typical because when I close on some research, I've I found anything from 3 or one image headshot to hundreds of photos on a drive or source and then, and do you see an anything from? Okay, I just woke up and take some photos to, to, I, I sent it out by bring her makeup. I like I have a studio education. And everything with hand-holding, all the way or not, everything from no editing or hardly any editing too. Like, you know, full like, you know, off the photoshopping. Yeah, it really depends. Nothing that is where the conversation is so important because every photographer photographer will have their way of serving their clients wage. And it's important for that to meet yours. So if you don't want to have like all the supports, then, you know, there will be a photographer for you out there. If you want to have all the support, keep looking, you know, until I find to get the support. Okay, well, that's good to know. So there's your first thing is, what is it that how much help do you need along? The way, is going to guide your your conversation. Well, you have an amazing resource that will talk about at the end and it helped my daughter and I plan a personal brand photoshoot, but besides the photo setup itself, wage how, you know, where the setting for it and how you're going to take it, what are some other things that really need to be taken into consideration with planning? The session? You've already mentioned, clothing color. Is there anything else to think about there's quite a lot? So I usually start with talking about like what do you want to portray? What are the and then? Yep. Prompting questions. Things like what do you, how do you usually serve your clients? What does your typical workday look like? How do you relax outside of work? How would the things you keep telling your clients to do? You know, there might be, you need to read this book or, you know, journaling is, you know, everything is in the journaling as long as you Journal, you know, you find you are or whatever it is, you know, there's been a way to portray that in your photos because it will help you to tell that story..

"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

This Mom Knows

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

"Women running in the park and then they would choose images to represent them but it doesn't quite work because it will be not taking into account their brand values, their colors there, you know, Ellen. So, you know, I'm style and all those things that it's just not them and it's healthy designs to be for that particular person in that particular, business office. So it could be a subtle difference, but a powerful one. Yes, yes. Okay, yeah. So and for a lot of women, it can feel really weird being the center of attention. So I know there's a mom listening who is thinking well, I could never do this because I don't like having pictures taken of me. So what would you tell her to help her become more comfortable with this idea and being in front of the camera? Yes, I think. One of the biggest things we do is that we think things. Like I don't want to be in front of the camera off. There is something though that we often have this big a dream and we want to serve these people. So it's, it's almost like we can either birth. Be with us and our discomfort of, you know, having to face the camera Etc. All we can think bigger and look almost behind the camera at the people who we actually wanting to have the impact, the transformation with. And it is bigger than us. It is, you know, it's always like it's like General business grows. We will need to do things like doing podcasts like doing price of lives, what whatever it is, you know, do sending certain newsletter home that where it may feel uncomfortable, but actually, it's just part of our personal growth to show up in a in a in a in a way that perhaps a chance to reach the people we want to reach. Yeah, I love that. Imagery of looking beyond the camera to the person you're trying to serve because it can be uncomfortable if it's just you and me. Mr. The photographer, but when you're looking at the bigger picture, no pun intended. I think, I think that's a really good perspective to hold. So I like that. That's great. And then we kind of talked a little bit but these photos that they would use them on business cards, their website, their social media is that generally for continuity? Is that is that how they would use them? So, ideally someone would have a library of images, which they then use in all of those places, you know. And, you know, I can add like four campaigns on their freebies on there like them contact page. Thank you. Paid book covers, you know, there's lots and lots of different ways to then use them, yeah. Okay, okay, that's good. Yeah. So that that helps with The Branding cuz it's giving some continuity and not the same one picture every single time off. Because the problem is that mostly we will get bored fast with our images than our audience. However, our audience also will will be like, that's yet to begin the same photo, you know, and it has to do with. I think it has to do with seeing, we are all multi-faceted but if we just show up with one photo, we're not showing the different facets of ourselves with. We not trying ourselves a little bit more relaxed a little bit more professional a little bit more boss lady or whatever it is and it off our audience to actually get a feel for us and that field translates into trust to then actually say actually I think I think you have the right solution for me please. Let's work together month. That's good point too. I like that so I found you but we're on two different continents. So how does somebody going go about finding a good personal Brand New Jersey? Photographer especially if they're not in England. Yes. So I think it's important to find someone..

Ellen New Jersey England
"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

This Mom Knows

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

"It's and I think that's the hard thing but sometimes there's a need to build a business but to do it just for income is not fulfilling its when it's if it gives you life because it Taps into office who you are, then the income is icing on the cake. Yes, exactly. Exactly. Well, let's talk a little bit more specifically about what it is that you do. And so it seems to me that every business has a brand whether they've designed it intentionally or its by default, which means it could be really good or it could be really terrible. So where do we start? I mean, it's one thing to take personal branding photos, but where do you even start with creating a personal brand? Hmm. I think it's not comes down to really doing some navel-gazing and but that's I mean like, you know, finding out what do you start school? What are your values like how do you want to show up as your business? But also, how do you want your business to show up? Almost like a separate identity and you know, entity is in itself is like what does last, you know, you know, how do you want to, you know, do you want to be, you know, like bending over backwards so that your clients really, I feel like listen to you and seeing and and served, you know, and and all of those things that they then feed into how you show up like what is important to you, how you, you know, it feeds went into like, the feeling of the logo, the colors, the, the things that you want. You provide the way you show up, that's when all of those things, you would then put together into the images, you know, which is one part of the the, you know, the identity, the, the brand. Okay, okay. So so it it's going to make the difference between whether you're sitting down, have a picture of one sitting down at a table with a cup of tea versus sitting at a dinner having drinks with, you know, a corporate meeting or something is really going to convey,.

"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

This Mom Knows

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

"I don't have a club night so I'm good. I probably would say there were times when I knew like my my to do list was like, you know, me to build this, do this, whatever it was. But I think, yes, I'm hoping it's not too many times. I just slid back, you know, I went back into because it was the familiar and also it felt there was a tension within me where like what part of me really wanted to just make this business blue you meant to make it be what I dreamed of and the other side. Yeah, I didn't want to not be there for my kids. Right. Right. Quite a challenge. I think that's a common Challenge. And I've noticed with my children. I I've got them. My youngest is five. My oldest is twenty. So we run the whole gamut but that's how we I've noticed that if I have an appointment like this, they're good. They respect my time and space. But if I say, I need two hours to write off. 2 hours to work on this. Then I'm what, what are you doing, Mom? And it's a lot harder, I think to protect time for the, you know, the head work. That's not the actual out with a client or out with, you know, pursuing something, you know, having a meeting. So, yeah. So that's interesting that that's that seems like a universal challenge, but down in Florida and, you know, my kids are now, nine and eleven, and I just recently had had to have another conversation with my husband. When I was like, actually, you know, we've slipped off in the, the wrong way, you know, like with me taking too much on, you know, how can we rebalance things? Yes. Yeah, we've had similar conversations of we've. We've agreed, I'm off work from home mom, but our family in our home is, is structured for a stay-at-home mom. And so we've gotta make some shifts because you can't do both. No, no way Jose. So what is what's that? It's too important, like our dream..

Florida Jose
"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

This Mom Knows

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

"Was what first got me into photography and then I started a I discovered supervised. She's quite famous in the US but she is a like a make of a portrait photographer. And so, I did that for six years, I think. And even when I came back to the UK, I then had a studio commercial Studio. Do you make up a photo shoots? And what I noticed was that I just love to work with intrapreneurs wage is mainly women, but the conversations were just so inspiring and they, they really made me feel alive and I, you know, we had a, you know, like a mini Master mind and behave streets and I love this. So I then realize that actually, it's not just about making women feel pretty and, and, you know, and and value themselves. It is a good for me about, like, the bigger picture, the bigger dream, that many of the edge Runners have that, I work with, and that I just makes me do so happy to be involved in being a, a blur to their success. Okay. So that's really what brought you so is photography and then you just sort of Niche down realizing that this personal branding photography fit with entrepreneurs and helping them. So did you know, that's what it was called? Did it have a label or did you just how did you figure out that piece of it? The personal branding. Yeah. So that came a little break. I'm by researching and you know, at first I just called a business photos, you know, do you need a headshot for your business? Do you need anything for your website? But I didn't really know. And then I just like walk-in more did my research and, you know, and I think maybe someone mentioned it and then eventually I was like, I think that's what I'm doing and that's what I love doing and that's what I want to do more of them. So there was that Clarity of I'm already doing it. But now I've got a name. Exactly. Exactly. Who is the best. Cuz that's, that's free. And it's a little less work, cuz you're not starting over, you're going off. I already did that. So exactly. So as you started your business, did you, did you start your business before you have had kids or did you already have kids when you start off as a photographer? So as a photographer, I started when my son was one. So yeah. So he was very, very little and yeah, the challenge was there, Thursday..

UK US
"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

This Mom Knows

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on This Mom Knows

"We can either stay with us and our discomfort of, you know, having to face the camera Etc, or we can think bigger and look almost behind the camera off the pink. We actually wanting to have the impact the transformation with and it is bigger than us off. Welcome to this. Mom knows I'm your host genuine last week. We talked about taking great pictures of our kids, but this week, we're flipping it and finding ourselves as mompreneurs as the.

"carola" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"One of them being so fanatical s so I don't know what to think. When the telephone You think condom, but I got my answer to Manya Neri Ando Obama. Sorry, Continue. I'll go. Ridicule you considering which took a break vehicle Coming. Santa is a chaos in our bentos. She saw you last session. Maybe I'll say when I say Mom of me helping me on baby shower, baby baby shower. Come on. Welcome Many good ask you. You're OK. I think I'm on a beach and see the one at the Chelsea primary Heroin. Carola manera creak oddly marked. Don't welcome, baby Panda. Okay? No, but we got no, no, no. We got parking. Oh, yeah. Oh, my God. That's history. And though they'll number baby What.

Manya Neri Ando Obama Santa Carola manera Heroin
"carola" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"carola" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A N got you Continent looking at that flower on that It's incredible. In fact, mine is in full bloom right now. Yet again, it was Right before the freeze a week ago. Hit I brought into the greenhouse and it was starting to bloom was going out to bring that just showpiece. In fact, a maiden bring it inside the house or back out outside because we don't seem to be having too many hard freezes here. Except for that last one got a little bit cold as well. But still, we're happy. Yeah, we've had some really cold weather recently. Now you were in Cedar Park. Is that correct? Yes, ma'am. And okay, and we're part where farther north and you and lamb passes and unfortunately we have dear also, which create a lot of problems. We just have a lot of Lantana. But they also talk about these as houseplants since they kind of class him as tropical. Uh, things have you ever grown one and a possible certainly growing upon no. No problem, and again in direct light is one the most versatile Vines or plants, and the leaf structure is beautiful. It's a big O green leaf and not that many leaves. I mean, it's like one every three or four inches in the vines. It's not very Vanni. It's just a very cool flower. Will Carola, I have Ah, break coming up here. Or would you like to hold on or did I know that son? You've.

Carola Cedar Park Lantana
"carola" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"carola" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"I'd like to welcome to the show Mary. . ELLEN WARD FROM BREATHE DREAM GO DOT COM, , and India for beginners. . Dot Com and mary-ellen has come to talk to us about Carola India burial, , and welcome to the show. . Thank you very much for having me and and we were just discussing the fact that we've known each other since probably about two thousand and ten. . It took us a while to try and figure that out as we're in that kind of it's been. . So long sort of things, , but it's great to talk to you in I. Think . a number of people suggested when I said I wanted to do Carola Oh have you talked to Mary Ellen and I thought Oh you're so right because what's your connection with Caroline? ? Connection is mostly with India in general and Carola. . We're talking about today, , but I've been travelling to India since two thousand and five and my blog specializes in focusing on India, , not specifically in Carola. . But careless just one of the many states that I've been to many times and it is actually one of my favorite. . Rank them. . I think it would definitely be in the top three. . So. . Blogging about India for fifteen years and then only recently started doing tours, which , is that second you're we mentioned India for beginners, , Dot Com. . But why should someone go to Carolina Carolina is often considered the ideal landing place for a first time visitor to India, , and there's a number of reasons for that and one of them is just that it's a more gentle laid back. . Type of place it's it's in the south of India. . So if you look at the map of India, , which is the down in the south is the tropical part where all the beautiful white sand palm-lined beaches are, , and that's Carola. . So it's a tropical state with gorgeous beaches. . It has a very unique rich culture. . It has quite a varied landscape it has more than just beaches. . A mountain range called the Western guts, , which is considered one of the top biodiversity hotspots on the planet, , and it's got a very unique feature called the backwaters, which , is nine hundred kilometer network of canals. . Through very traditional cultural farming area. . So you can really feel like you're going back in time. . Just so many good reasons to visit. . Carol, , it's a really beautiful state clump and where would you start us with? ? With Carola, , well, , I gave us a lot of thought because it's quite a big state. . It's very long narrow state. . And if we're GONNA talk in the timeframe of two weeks, , which is what a lot of people sort of plan for than my ideal tinder starts in Cochin also known as Fort Cocchi it's Kinda got two names, , which is if you look at the Carolinas along narrow states halfway from top to bottom. . So unfortunately with the site to newry were not addressing north? ? Carolina which is less touristy and also very beautiful but we have to honor the timeframe. . So we're going to start in coaching and coach in. . Small historical area that's within a great big city. . There's a big modern cindy around it. . Call Ear Knock Elam but coach is this one little area at the tip of concealed that jumps into the harbor. . There's a natural harbour there and it's very historical area going back hundreds and hundreds of years. . It's been a spice trading port for hundreds of years. . I don't even know how hard AC but from about the sixteenth century until the independence of. . India in nineteen, , forty seven. . So we're talking for over four hundred years. . It was occupied variously by colonial powers most specifically the Portuguese and the Dutch both left a big imprint on the area. . So coaching is a its historical has a lot of colonial architecture, , and it's a tourist area in the sense that it's set up for tourism. . There's a lot of cafes restaurants. . There is beautiful tree lined streets you can walk it's very walkable. . It's very safe. . And it's a small area. . So we're only talking about few kilometers square. . So it's easily walkable. So . this is kind of an ideal place to get your feet wet and really enjoy the ambiance of the place

India Carola India Carola Carola Oh Carolina Carolina Mary Ellen Caroline
Travel to Kerala, India

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

Travel to Kerala, India

"I'd like to welcome to the show Mary. ELLEN WARD FROM BREATHE DREAM GO DOT COM, and India for beginners. Dot Com and mary-ellen has come to talk to us about Carola India burial, and welcome to the show. Thank you very much for having me and and we were just discussing the fact that we've known each other since probably about two thousand and ten. It took us a while to try and figure that out as we're in that kind of it's been. So long sort of things, but it's great to talk to you in I. Think a number of people suggested when I said I wanted to do Carola Oh have you talked to Mary Ellen and I thought Oh you're so right because what's your connection with Caroline? Connection is mostly with India in general and Carola. We're talking about today, but I've been travelling to India since two thousand and five and my blog specializes in focusing on India, not specifically in Carola. But careless just one of the many states that I've been to many times and it is actually one of my favorite. Rank them. I think it would definitely be in the top three. So. Blogging about India for fifteen years and then only recently started doing tours, which is that second you're we mentioned India for beginners, Dot Com. But why should someone go to Carolina Carolina is often considered the ideal landing place for a first time visitor to India, and there's a number of reasons for that and one of them is just that it's a more gentle laid back. Type of place it's it's in the south of India. So if you look at the map of India, which is the down in the south is the tropical part where all the beautiful white sand palm-lined beaches are, and that's Carola. So it's a tropical state with gorgeous beaches. It has a very unique rich culture. It has quite a varied landscape it has more than just beaches. A mountain range called the Western guts, which is considered one of the top biodiversity hotspots on the planet, and it's got a very unique feature called the backwaters, which is nine hundred kilometer network of canals. Through very traditional cultural farming area. So you can really feel like you're going back in time. Just so many good reasons to visit. Carol, it's a really beautiful state clump and where would you start us with? With Carola, well, I gave us a lot of thought because it's quite a big state. It's very long narrow state. And if we're GONNA talk in the timeframe of two weeks, which is what a lot of people sort of plan for than my ideal tinder starts in Cochin also known as Fort Cocchi it's Kinda got two names, which is if you look at the Carolinas along narrow states halfway from top to bottom. So unfortunately with the site to newry were not addressing north? Carolina which is less touristy and also very beautiful but we have to honor the timeframe. So we're going to start in coaching and coach in. Small historical area that's within a great big city. There's a big modern cindy around it. Call Ear Knock Elam but coach is this one little area at the tip of concealed that jumps into the harbor. There's a natural harbour there and it's very historical area going back hundreds and hundreds of years. It's been a spice trading port for hundreds of years. I don't even know how hard AC but from about the sixteenth century until the independence of. India in nineteen, forty seven. So we're talking for over four hundred years. It was occupied variously by colonial powers most specifically the Portuguese and the Dutch both left a big imprint on the area. So coaching is a its historical has a lot of colonial architecture, and it's a tourist area in the sense that it's set up for tourism. There's a lot of cafes restaurants. There is beautiful tree lined streets you can walk it's very walkable. It's very safe. And it's a small area. So we're only talking about few kilometers square. So it's easily walkable. So this is kind of an ideal place to get your feet wet and really enjoy the ambiance of the place

India Carola India Carola Carola Oh Mary Ellen Ellen Ward Carolinas Carolina Carolina Cochin Fort Cocchi Newry Carol Elam Caroline
"carola" Discussed on The JOY Effect

The JOY Effect

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"carola" Discussed on The JOY Effect

"That's about all settled manager for the Mets Stones need F michalak and fact that response Zocalo Lemaster from the blink marketing director from the Bella and Murray streets at all. So long and Leah push my bill ancient Middle diesel tablets new here again. I felt it in her cabinet lighting Havener. Corolla has to be haunted me ever talked about in the media and his New Jersey all Alexa banned from the vehicles Chester jealous, then a cyst on Earth and toughness and who is winning an exam Italian flag of a joy. Let's bite and lighting favor off. Welcome by The Joy effects the podcast for hopefully harshly mere energy and sparkling a little bit where I can tell too simple web design team event and kind of the faith. I'm a yellow.

Zocalo Lemaster Mets Leah Alexa marketing director New Jersey Bella Corolla
Boris Johnson returns to work

Monocle 24: The Globalist

12:32 min | 2 years ago

Boris Johnson returns to work

"Now we begin the show here. In Britain. Boris Johnson has returned to work after recovering from cove nineteen. The British. Prime Minister's illness was severe enough to send him to intensive care for several days. A personal experience that he likes to being physically assaulted by an unexpected. An invisible mugger. Joining me now is Carol. Walker is a political analyst and former BBC political correspondent Carol. What else was Johnson keen to emphasize in his first speech since his return to work? Well I think the big point that he was making was that he was back in control fully recovered and I think he was trying very hard to convey the sense of figure and vm optimism which has always been such a big part of his character and his leadership but he also I think trod very difficult line because I think whilst he was trying to convey a sense of optimism a sense that this huge effort that everyone has put in in order to stick to those very tight restrictions at staying at home to try to prevent the spread of the corona virus. He also I think wanted to try to lower expectations about when and by how much those restrictions might be lifted so he made the point very strongly that the British people should be praised and thanked for their efforts but he was insisting that if the restrictions were lifted too soon than that would reach a second peak and that would cause further damage to people's lives but also to the economy which of course is suffering enormous damage through the lockdown. Well also joining us on the line is Lance Price. He's the former director of communications at number ten Downing Street. When Tony Blair was Prime Minister Lance? Obviously there'll be a huge amount of meetings. We know that that Cobra's already taken place with Johnson. What do you believe the government will be discussing know? What will the approach very much now looking to what Boris Johnson yesterday described the second phase of the crisis and and in many ways. That's the most difficult for ministers to deal with. We know that Boris Johnson was reluctant at the outset to impose a tough lockdown restrictions. But he saw the lights. If you like and and eventually did that. But it's it's much harder to stop to lift those restrictions and it is imposed them in the first place. Because you have to decide when and where you could modify the restrictions and that's going to be the central parts of discussion between ministers in the coming days and we're told an announcement some sort expected before the end of the week. So do you look at certain sectors of the economy that businesses? That were allowed to reopen. Or do you look at certain sectors of the population and say that's an age perhaps though geographically people can Stop to Mingle goal go out more and have more social interactions of one sort or another. I do you do that then. You have the really difficult job of selling that to the to the population at laws. Because if we're all following the same rules that's one thing if there's some rules for some people and different bills for others. It's much much harder self administered Carol. There's been a lot of criticism that the government really isn't sharing any of this information not enough information with the Public Johnson to talk about transparency. Do you think that we will begin to see more of the workings in the science that these decisions will be based on what I think? They will certainly try to make an effort to show that that is what they are doing. I think what we've seen over the last almost four weeks since Boris Johnson has been ill and recovering is the slight sense of vacuum and a government that was reluctant to show even the sorts of changes that it was thinking about for fear that the public would get carried away launch latch onto that and that the number of deaths in the number of infections would not then start to come round. It was interesting that Boris Johnson yesterday made the point that he was going to bring in the new labor leaders. A Kiss Donna and other political leaders I think that is important for the government because it wants to try to bind in potential opposition to the changes because as long says this is going to be very very difficult were already seeing a some signs of real resentment for example amongst the over seventy been told that they're going to have to be shielded that they brought to stay at home. There are of course some over seventy year olds who are incredibly. Fit Run marathons and so on and feel this all patry decision to say to older people. You are at risk you must stay at home is simply not fair and many of them we know are also missing contact with close members of their family that may be one of the areas where the government will try tentatively to try to ease the restrictions somewhat. But I think that point that Lance was making about the public is a very important one. I think the government really wants to try to take the public with it. The danger is if you start trying to say certain. Sections of the population can Now have greater freedom to do some of the things that they enjoy doing to make contact with other family members to go back to work and so on whereas other members of the population were you. Divide that by age or by geographical location cannot have those restrictions lifted lifted. I think that is very very difficult to sell. And that is why it looks to me. More likely that they will look at areas of the economy businesses. And so on and look which of those can be allowed to reopen. Whilst retaining the social distancing measures in order to try to at least contain any increase in those figures on infections sadly death lance is the opposition Labor Party under the new leadership of Sakir Stammer on the same page as the government. Well they all in the sense of backing the government's restrictions and instructions to the public but they have been putting pressure kissed on the right from day one of his leadership. Say there's been saying to the Prime Minister and two other ministers that you've got to be much more open with the public about your thinking. So he called on his first day for an exit strategy and he won't he's had the public deserve to be treated like grownups on that we should be told what the possible routes out of. This might be so that we can have a grown up discussion about that. I and I think the Labour leader has made it clear that he's going to give constructive oppositions he's not going to oppose parole position's sake but he does know that at the end of all. They are going to be very very difficult. Questions for the government to onset of ministers to answer whether it's on the provisional protective equipment so testing and all the rest of this and and he's not abdicate the role of opposition in order to get finished as a a a free ride in even in the depths of crisis A meanwhile the the daily corona virus briefings continue but with a slightly different formats. Carola government's not taking questions from the public will make a difference. Well I think this is part of that effort to try to show that they are transparent this effort to try to show that they really want to take the public along with them as this virus continues and as the restrictions look likely to continue in some form or another for many months to yesterday. We had the first of questions which are submitted by the public of course. Thousands were submitted and there was an independent polling order organization brought in to choose which question would be selected. We heard from one a citizen in skipped in Yorkshire. Who was asking when she'd be able to see her grandchildren again. And I think that although this was an important gesture towards allowing the public some sense that they're having a say in all this it has to be said that none of those present were able to give her any kind of clear ideas to win. That would happen. The scientists world saying well it slightly depends on the fingers. It's slightly depends on a when those infection rate start. Continue to come down. The government was saying well. We are looking at this in the round. We don't want to take risks with the population hancock. The Health Secretary was insisting that he didn't want to take risks with people's lives and yes I think it's important for the government to be seen to be listening to what the people are saying but the crunch point is going to come when it comes out with those decisions to what if anything is going to change and we see the response to that I mean because he made a handcart made a great point yesterday of saying that they don't see questions before they're actually asked them during the the briefing live. It would seem to me. That might make more sense for them to have an idea of what the questions were so they would have the answers. Yeah perhaps they might have been able to give linen skipped in a bit clearer answer to her question but I think they're trying to make the point that they already unprepared to take on an address any of the questions that people have now. There is a sense that this is a gesture. One question Once a day two a government minister the particularly government minister who is holding that news conference Easily of course a very limited say in what is happening. But I think this is part of them trying to show that they're open trying to demonstrate the transparency which Boris Johnson was very keen to talk about. And what you've seen is as launch was mentioning this pressure on the government to show the sorts of things it's talking about people have drawn comparisons with Nichola Sturgeon Scotland's first minister who put out a document about the government's approach. When you look through it to be perfectly honest didn't say a great deal more than the sort of information that we've got in the five tests which the government has in the covering the whole of the UK has set out which are getting guide it when it decides water win restrictions can be lifted but she had made the point of bringing out a lengthy document talking about various options. And I'm sure that that is the sort of thing that we certainly will see As we go through this we we know. Boris Johnson is chairing unimportant cabinet meeting on Thursday. We know Thursday is also very important date when the government has said that it hopes to hit one hundred thousand tests a day for frontline workers. Those are all being targeted front line workers. At the moment even yesterday was still many tens of thousands of that but I think what we get towards the end of the week the government will want to at least signal where it intends to go next in as we continue to where it tends to go next in terms of exactly which restrictions are going to be lifted. Who's going to be allowed to have those greater freedoms but I think that they will stress out all of this that if those infection rates start to climb up again then there is always the risk that the restrictions will simply have to be reimposed and overriding all of this. That is something that the government does not want to do lance just finally very quickly from you. How much other businesses being done? Brexit Brexit is still carrying on. Of course there's the real question about whether or not at the end of the period should be extended because can you deal with two major disruptions to the economy at one time but the government sticking to their line that they are going into. We'll transition has come to an end at the end of this year. Of course there is a whole boss range of other business which is still very home and sometimes the news but I wonder what would have been that bulletin. If you haven't been to the virus there's no still happening. Thanks very much. Indeed that was launched price and Carol

Government Boris Johnson Prime Minister Lance Carol Prime Minister Carola Government Lance Price Britain BBC Director Of Communications Walker Political Analyst Tony Blair Brexit Brexit Cobra Yorkshire Donna Labor Party Sakir Stammer
Death toll rises to 93 in floods, mudslides in south India

WBZ Morning News

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Death toll rises to 93 in floods, mudslides in south India

"Ninety three are dead more than four hundred thousand displaced floods mud slides days of torrential rain hitting southern India the worst hit the state of Carola the death toll at fifty seven Caroline during catastrophic floods a year ago when heavy downpours killed two hundred twenty three people driving hundreds of thousands from their homes South Asia continuing to face reigning related disasters during this monsoon season one hundred sixty killed last month in northeastern India Nepal and

India Carola Caroline South Asia
"carola" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"carola" Discussed on Women in Business

"To help my clients get crystal clear about who they are why they're here where they are on their path and what they have remaining to <hes> to learn to evolve to to transform to move through and to make sure that they get actualized in order to fill fulfill the total vision for the lifetime while we only have about two minutes left so what what advice can you give us in in that short amount of time about discovering our own human design because I know you have a free gift for us which is a human design report so tell us a little bit about where people can find you how to get to report and how we can discover our own human design? Thank you I'd love to there is a free report on the homepage of our website. Human Design four spelled out F. O. R. US ALL HUMAN DESIGN FOR US ALL DOT COM homepage free report. You'RE GONNA put in your breath data. If you know your birth time that's helpful if not put it in his noon and you will get a free report. It's about out <hes> fortified pages that gives you your human design. Map explains the three main keys or illuminates the three main keys and explains in-depth the first key. which is your type so that's about two two or three pages in itself? Get a deep dive into your type than if he wanted no more. There's a comprehensive report. That's thirty five dollar purchase interesting okay folks so you you heard here. You can go. Get Your own report and if you go to <hes> let's see your website is <hes>. Give us your website. One more time human designed for us all correct. Yes that's just the way it sounds human design for us all dot com and you can get your free report there. Find out a little bit about you and what's happening and and maybe it will help you with your love. Your relationships your your business so all of the things that you're you're involved with and this really been illuminating Cara Cara. I have not ever done anything like this. Maybe I need to do this as well absolutely take look for thank you thank you so much for being with us and hopefully our listeners have really discovered something new and they'll take advantage of your report and thanks for being with US Carolina. I really appreciate it. It was my joy. Thank you for the..

Cara Cara US Carolina thirty five dollar two minutes
"carola" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

14:13 min | 3 years ago

"carola" Discussed on Women in Business

"Your soul designed an envisioned before you even incarnated essentially that's what human design is is a map amount of how you intended to move through live so that you could fulfil a destiny. That's in your heart and soul well. You know it's it's wonderful if and when all of this works so the psychological benefit to the work that you're doing so callous more about that right it's more subtle and it happens more over time so some of the other benefits we can see pretty much immediately but when we <hes> we start living according to our design and we start having some successes so like you said Gail or you. Don't you know it sounds too good to be you know and you don't know that it could work. Will you won't know until you have your map and you decide you make the decision while I'm GonNa just try this. That's what I did. I said you know the sounds very compelling. I'm GonNa try it and see if it works. I was about three months and when I started to get over the moon about it because it was working so every decision I made if you think about it we make a lot of decisions and every way which I engaged my <unk> energy with the world I began doing according to my design so I began unlearn ing all the conditioning that society gives us at our parents. Give us as children about how to behave and how to be what's the proper way and I began living authentically from my own being and things started happening that I've been longing to happen for a long time. One of them was meeting. My soulmate of the other was creating creating an amazing business model that I now have. That's very fulfilling for me so it it you know it only can be lived. That's the answer there's no roof other than one scientific study that does validate <hes> human design type which is one of the three keys so there's one scientific study out there that the did about validated but other than that there is no proof you just you try it and you see if it works for you. We you said that you know <hes> this was a natural follow up to astrology and you had you know this background as a as a professional astrologer and you were very much into the astronauts ecological studies the else what's the connection between turning south love relationships and mission self love relationships in mission while when we are living our mission it's because we love ourselves muscles. It's because we have given ourselves the gift of discovering our mission uncovering learning how to began to bring it into the world and we're fulfilling fulfilling that dream that's in our heart so we've done that deep dive look internally at ourselves and anybody can do this. You know the problem is that <hes> were so conditioned by Society for instance where taught from a young child of from our schoolteachers from society from television from all the media were conditioned us very young people that to behave in a certain way and make decisions according to a rational make list of all the pros and cons and then choose. We're being talked to US our mind to make life decisions. which actually is the problem? The mind is a bio computer. It was never meant to be our source of wisdom and guidance in life it was meant to be put to work on whatever her clarity and truth we tap and that we're living in order to actualize that so the so the mind is a wonderful servant but a very very poor master which is why we have all the chaos we have in the world today because people are may only making decisions according to their mind well <hes> you know the mind works on a binary. It's either A. or B.. This winter that one which ones right we don't know our truth until we go inside until we go deeper deeper until we can access our soul wisdom humor design teaches us how to do that and as we began to <hes> to live it step into it you know to just try it. I tell people start out. Don't start out with the most important decision of your life. Start out with something simple and start making those decisions and see if it doesn't work out for you see if life doesn't sorta streamline get easier get simpler kind of goes against the grain of what everybody's been taught you know it's always think and it's your mind and all of this so you teach a business success training in human design so since this is a women in business show now. How does human design help business owners and entrepreneurs be more successful one thing that that <hes> listeners who get interested can do is read our testimonials because there's plenty of business owners who have worked with us who have found a great deal of success and have taken the time to written test to write testimonials about it so that's that's one way to know quickly <hes> the way eight that it that it can help business owners is that if you think about it as an especially small business owners <hes> we have a small business owners we have a lot of decisions to make on a daily basis and they come hard and fast? You know I have a business manager. She'll be asking me about this that in this. I've got a client to see who's got questions. I've got a virtual assistant who needs to know when I want something broadcast. You know continually continually needing to engage with either the public or with my clients or with my team so in order to maximize maximize the the the <hes> my presence in the business and be able to be fully present with my clients when I sit with them for an hour and a half deep dive right. I need to be able to to quickly. You know what I'm clear about an any given moment so my design helps me to do that. If I'M A- generator. I live life of response. If I don't have a response to something I don't do it when you invited guided me to guest on this show. I had a positive response for it so here I am so that's how I know what's right for me. I'm using my human design key. It makes it quicker streamlines our decision making business it also is a total revelation in terms of team so we work with the team and we want to know you know how our team makes how they best work how our employees are how we can make sure that we're using the strengths of each of our employees how he can relate with them. Our employees are contractors in ways that <hes> that get them highly highly engaged with our business in our work in our goals and our mission so that's one of the ways that can help us also in terms of choosing the right clients. I've gotten very very good at who to invite into my private coaching in practice and and who wouldn't be a good fit. I've gotten so good at it that I just don't have anybody in my private or now my private coaching work that I'm not overjoyed to work with so so it's that sort of thing it really streamlines everything we do in our business and that says a lot that that you don't have anybody that you're working with that you. You don't like I mean that's that's fabulous. I it's why he also said you. You know that human design is not that old so you mentioned also evolutionary human design so how is that different from the other schools of human design the differences that what happened early on my partner's name Shattenkirk and <hes> should Tanai working with human design. Oh twenty years ago twenty eighteen nineteen twenty years ago began to realize that the way it was being taught <hes> currently was as this very strict system of behavior. It was almost like <hes> you know just be a robot and do it this way way and what we recognized this through still going on by the way in so many large companies. I don't think the entrepreneurs are a lot more innovative but in the large companies a lot of that is still going on it is and if we could get into those larger companies we'd be over the moon because we could substantially them <hes> but they're not interested in human design yet but the entrepreneurs are and they're using it when we first started ten years ago nobody'd heard of human the design when we first released our book now everywhere we go oh human design. Oh Yeah I know that Oh yeah I got my report or this or that. I mean everywhere we go so it's proliferating. It's getting into the culture. It might be another ten years before it gets into corporate the corporate world but it's it's coming. It's a very very useful tool. Now I forgot what you asked me because I I said what how is evolutionary human design different from the other schools human design exactly. Exactly okay thank you gail. So what what happened is we began to see because I was doing transformational counseling with my clients. At the time I began to see like when they'd have a human design reading with Xian that their process of healing started happening a lot faster that there was a lot less of the conditioning appeal away move through before we could get to the core issue that they really came to be healed so it we began to realize that you know human design really is has an evolutionary application and nobody else <hes> in the design space ace was seeing it that way or presenting it that way so we began working with it and developing evolutionary human design which is a way to apply human design to not not just to the the details Uber Life in our decision making in our way of a moving through life in etc but to use it as a way to evolve our consciousness and that's how we teach it so a whole body of work has developed out of our work with our clients and watching their process in their progress in their their whole evolution really speed up as a result of working with us. Oh we you know we have training classes books. <hes> several different online classes in in person tutorials you know like that that all use the evolutionary method of human design well you offer a life path reading a so. Tell us about that and how benefit your clients okay thank you so that's my unique work so just to distinguish Socia- Tan does human assigned readings full-time Human Design Teaching fulltime. That's what he does I because my background was in psychotherapy in astrology and various other healing methodologies. I I really love to work with people in active kind of way that takes them through their their process of evolving of changing of transforming so over the years and I've been at this for thirty three years. Here's the over the years what's happened is evolved into what I'm named a life path reading in which I I have the human design president always I have human design chart there and I have the astrological chart at I've mapped everything out in the astrological chart including all the future trends etc and then I also can access the fixed star information so I'm really calling from three different systems systems to bring it together into a highly impactful reading which is a ninety minute deep dive with my clients and <hes> what that does is it helps to illuminate their soul path their purpose the lifetime view from the perspective of the soul you know what did you come here for and then it illuminates the map because astrology shows the the the way get so. How are you going to you know how is this gonNA unfold and it gives us timing so this next two months might not be my timing for releasing a new program but six months from now might be the perfect timing so I bring together all all those are wisdom traditions into a rating that's designed.

Gail business manager Socia- Tan virtual assistant president Tanai partner Shattenkirk ten years twenty eighteen nineteen twent thirty three years ninety minute three months twenty years six months two months
"carola" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"carola" Discussed on AP News

"Listening to the AP digital news network at alleged follower of the prime suspect in the Sri Lanka Easter bombings is under arrest in India. AP's Charles de LA desma reports it's a spectacle. He may have been plotting an attack in these southern Indian state of Carolina national investigation agency says Ryan a also known as rice Abaco has been arrested while three others are infra questioning related to suspected thanks to the Slavic state group. The agency statement did not provide any details about plus Carola. But according to the statement Kasit during questioning that he's been following the speeches and videos of Muhammad Zarin, the militant who she authorities said let the east attack. I'm Charles hundreds more flights have been grounded by Scandinavian Airlines or SAS as AP correspondent charlesdale doesn't know reports it all stems from a week long strike by the airline's pilots. Essay says he will come another five hundred full flight to punches across the not regional Wednesday effecting full seven thousand passengers due to the strike. The constellation comes on top of the five hundred fights council, Tuesday and hundreds more since pilots began an open-ended strike last week due to the collapse of paint ago. The company's view is this the striking pilots moans entail. Significant cost increases says that threaten the company's long-term competitiveness. And consequently, the jobs of all SAS employees. I'm also that's Venezuelan uprising. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news minute thousands of violence in the streets of Caracas and other cities demanding an end nNcholas Maduro government opposition leader Wong Widodo calling on the people in the military to return the country to democracy. But so far there's no sign of broader revolt in the armed forces..

AP Charles de LA desma Carola Scandinavian Airlines Sri Lanka Muhammad Zarin Tim Maguire Caracas SAS India Slavic state group Wong Widodo Maduro Ryan Carolina Kasit
"carola" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"carola" Discussed on KOMO

"Announcing the biggest multi-state opioid drug bust ever. Speaking in Cincinnati today, the assistant US attorney general said, the sixty indictments against doctors and medical professionals Mark the single largest prescription opioid line enforcement operation in history stuff sixteen now at komonews hard to miss it. If you've been on social media for the past day or so that weird video with Russell Wilson. Sierra long story short. He is now the highest paid player in the NFL. Charlie Harger, spoke to KOMO four news sports director, Mike Ferrari about where things are headed for this Seahawks quarterback. And the team through reports are this is a four year one hundred forty million dollar deal. That includes a sixty five million dollar signing bonus. I guess the question is how much does Russell mean to this hawks team means a lot. I mean pretty much heavenly quarterback in the NFL when you find more in its special. I mean, the Seahawks don't wanna go down the road where they're having a diverse Jackson or try wider or something like that guy in the offense. However record Bax have shown that they're going to get the most money. They're an extension of the co-chairman field. I think if you look at the NFL organization, your GM every coach many every quarterback kind of the way it works right now is the highest paid player in the NFL right now, that's probably going to change because there are other players deals are coming up that will probably want to outdo Russell. And so he has his big chunk of money right now are but that will. Last just because of the nature of the position finance is involved. And so we hear a positive here. We're keeping an elite quarterback are there any drawbacks to such a large contract or sure the the Cavs about one hundred and eighty eight point two million dollars. So he's going to count for about eighteen percent of the cap. So that's going to affect the amount of money. You have to dish around the rest of the team and resigning guys and just looking at defensively, and that's one of the hallmarks of p Carola team is defense. They don't have enough money to sign. Frank Clark jarran Reed, Bobby Wagner, and the guys that really are going to do. Well, they were really young secondary. But a lot of those contracts will be coming up soon as well. And who knows who they're going to graft and those players can be up after three or four years, and they'll lead new deals if they are standouts in Russell Wilson is still going to be on that thirty five million dollars a year contract. So it definitely impacts what they can do with the rest of the roster. But this this isn't something that's going to be specific to the Seahawks. Simply because like I said the. Quarterbacks make all the money. And so if you're going to be competitive in Italy quarterback to do that. And they're going to make all the money. So everybody needs to navigate around the salary cap. Fuse oppose we are going to be saying goodbye to some well known players because of how this salary works overtime. And that's that's just the way things go because certain players are gonna want more money than Seok skin, simply Florida. I think the one thing that really look at your. Here's this year, the Seahawks right now have four jackets that could change if they trade Frank Clark. They can accumulate a couple more. John schneider. Very uncomfortable than before draft. Picks loves the Dracula's for this week. That's coming up next week next year, they have eleven draft picks. And so that's right now includes compensatory picks got for players that got away this year. If they're going to retool younger players were they don't show it a lot of money that's going to be next year's draft. And that's when Russell's big set contract really begins to kick in where they're going to need to trap younger players that can make immediate impacts. Komo four news sports director, Mike, very and Charlie harder. Komo news. Komo news time twelve time. For an update on our propel insurance money update with Jim Cesco crossover SUV's could be headed for price. Headwinds analyst Jon Murphy at Bank of America says crossovers are built on the same mechanical underpinnings as cars and are typically sold for an extra five thousand dollars or more for relatively little added cost. Murphy says the number of crossover models will grow to about one hundred thirty by early next decade. And that crowding and showrooms will lead to significant pressure on automakers prophets casino. Giant Caesars has named a new chief executive Tony rodeo currently CEO of affinity gaming and previously head of Tropicana will replace Mark viscera as CEO of Caesar's. That's your money now, which your money news at twenty and fifty past the hour with forty minutes left to go in the trading day. The Dow is up by twelve points. The NASDAQ is down by nine and the s&p five hundred is down by six points. Komo news time twelve twenty. One traffic is.

Russell Wilson Seahawks NFL Komo KOMO Charlie Harger Cincinnati Mike Ferrari director assistant US attorney Frank Clark jarran Reed Italy Cavs John schneider Bax p Carola CEO Jon Murphy
Indian state paralyzed amid protests over women's entry into temple

Democracy Now

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Indian state paralyzed amid protests over women's entry into temple

"A border wall in India. Two women defied a centuries old religious span by entering the Sabrina mala Hindu temple that had until recently been prohibited to women of reproductive age. A supreme court ruling in September overturned the ban, but Hindu nationalists, including prime minister, Narendra Modi's BJP party had opposed the rolling and other attempts to enter the temple had been blocked. This is women's rights. Activists trip day Desai who herself which previously blocked from entering the temple. Show me the entry of women in supreme Allah. Today's historic win. For us is a victory of the movement of equality, and it is a victory of women power. Because after the verdict of the supreme court. The protesters were opposing the entry of women and today that protests has become unsuccessful as the women have entered their women's successful entry early Wednesday came hours after throngs of women took to the streets and Carolina to form a massive three hundred eighty five mile human chain protesting gender inequality and in solidarity with women seeking to access the holy site. The action by the leftist government coalition and Carola brought out over a million people, according to some

Sabrina Mala Hindu Temple Desai Supreme Court Narendra Modi BJP India Prime Minister Carola Carolina
Bernie Sanders says he was unaware of sexual harassment during 2016 campaign

1A

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Bernie Sanders says he was unaware of sexual harassment during 2016 campaign

"Four billion this quarter. But in a letter to shareholders on Wednesday evening, the company said it expects revenue to be down to eighty four billion apple pointed to China crucial market for the tech giant apple said, lower iphone sales trade tensions between China and the US and China slowing economy have all played a role in the company's revenue slowdown apples downbeat forecast. Reverberated on Wall Street dragging down the Dow Jones industrial. Average jasmine guard NPR news New York that has that composite index fell two hundred two points Thursday. The Dow Jones industrials plunged six hundred sixty points on Japanese markets shares tumbled as reopened for two thousand nineteen ball. Other Asian indexes are mixed up more than one percent in Shanghai. And Hong Kong. This is NPR news. Prosecutors in Saudi Arabia are seeking the death penalty for five of eleven suspects linked to the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi the five or charged with ordering and committing the crime could show Jay was close to the Saudi Royal circles before becoming a critic of prince Muhammad and moving to the United States. He was killed last October at the Saudi embassy in Istanbul. Were officials had initially denied he was dead the show. Jeez body still has not been found. A woman has managed to enter a Hindu temple at the heart of a debate over gender equality in India that brings to three the number of women who is reportedly sneaked into the facility this week. As Lauren rare reports from him by the temple has long banned women between the ages of ten and fifty according to ancient tradition the submarine Mullah. Temple does not admit women old enough to menstruate the temples dedicated to a celebrate deity last year, India's Supreme Court ruled that amounts to gender discrimination. It ordered the temple to admit women of all ages, but Hindu faithful rebelled blocking roads to the temple. And checking cars for anyone female this week to women in their forties managed to get in. Now. A third woman reportedly from Sri Lanka has also entered the shrine the southern state of Carola has a ruptured into protests over this both of India's two main political parties say they support the protesters rather than the women Lauren fryer, NPR news, Mumbai and women's college basketball, a regular season winning streak is ended for top ranked uconn number eight Baylor beat the huskies sixty eight to fifty seven.

Dow Jones Temple Prince Muhammad NPR China India Saudi Arabia Lauren Fryer Apple United States Saudi Embassy Saudi Royal Shanghai Hong Kong Istanbul Sri Lanka Jamal Kashogi Supreme Court
Indian state battles 'rat fever' outbreak after worst floods in a century

NPR News Now

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

Indian state battles 'rat fever' outbreak after worst floods in a century

"India cleans up from monsoon floods. It's been hit with an outbreak of an infectious disease known as rat fever. NPR's, Lauren freyre reports from New Delhi rap fever or leptospirosis causes muscle pain and nausea. It spread when rotting carcasses of rats and other rodents get into the water supply. That's what appears to have happened in Carola at the southern tip of India with a monsoon dropped three times the normal amount of rain for the first half of August resulting in the states. Worst floods in a century, hundreds of people died in landslides and building collapses, and now they're dying from rat fever health officials and Carola have confirmed nine deaths and are doing lab tests on. Hundreds of suspected cases of the disease. They're also warning of possible outbreaks of other waterborne diseases, including typhoid and cholera, Lauren fryer,

NPR Senate Cavanaugh Cavenaugh Richard Pasch Hurricane Nora Raum Washington Japan Carola National Hurricane Center Donald Trump President Trump Brad Kavanagh New Delhi Syrian Government Colin Kaepernick White House Senate Judiciary Scott Detro
Australian's Parliament speech on 'final solution' condemned

BBC World Service

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Australian's Parliament speech on 'final solution' condemned

"And Australian, Senator, has been widely condemned for using the term final solution in a speech calling for. Immigration restrictions based on race Fraser owning from the conservative Catez Australian party called. For migration bands on Muslims and others the final solution was a term infamously used by the Nazis during the holocaust. Politicians from both sides of the spectrum have moved to pass parliamentary motion censoring Mr Annan for his racist hate

Allen Bone Chicago Puerto Rico Carola Stewart Trump International Hotel Senator United States Fraser Mr Annan Illinois Madigan Russia Analyst UK Lisa Attorney Britain Seventy Seven Percent Two Hundred Dollars
Odell Beckham Jr. contract questions - Will New York Giants pay up or trade him? - 2018 NFL

NFL Live

01:39 min | 4 years ago

Odell Beckham Jr. contract questions - Will New York Giants pay up or trade him? - 2018 NFL

"If he wasn't there it would have been a little bit hairy maybe maybe a two and a half what would have garnered a lot of headlines it i would think negotiations bill get a little bit more serious now showed you here for many camp now we've got four to five weeks till training camp i if i'm oto beckham junior want my contract before going there now i don't know if i'm going to be participating train account maybe this is his mindset that if it's not done this is where maybe i don't show up i think nobody would have predicted odell beckham jimmy this week would have been the poster child for players doing can making all the right and speaking of moves what about safety are thomas this told as a very sticky situation that may not have an end in sight and i think the cokes never were serious about trading but the more this goes on the longer it is the more they might be open to moving at some point in time again i don't think they've ever had any serious thoughts about trading but p carola shown he's not afraid of rebuilding austria taking on rosters at usc play with young players come in and out lineup like the freshman there and so if they have to move on from thomas maybe they will but he's not gonna show it sounds like unless he gets paid more money seattle's in a difficult spot right now matter meter through the aaron donald with a to defensive tackle in terms of communication output earl thomas at three because i'm sure defensive practices and adjustments were worse that he wasn't there that the communicator wasn't there and he could have helped actually lineup some things and help the coaching.

Carola Austria Seattle Aaron Donald Earl Thomas Odell USC Five Weeks