28 Burst results for "Chicken Soup"

Smart Devices Are Listening to More Than Our Words

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:04 min | 9 months ago

Smart Devices Are Listening to More Than Our Words

"Picture this. You're not feeling so hot and you say to your smart speaker robot. i'm hungry and then you cough and the device says would you like a recipe for chicken soup and then by the way. Would you like to order. Cough drops with one hour. Delivery is the scenario laid out in one of amazon's patents and it shows how voice recognition technology could be used to learn things about us beyond the words. We say to our devices like whether we're sick or depressed joe toronto. A communications professor at the university of pennsylvania writes about all of this and his new book. The voice catchers. I asked him if the technology is there yet. We'll companies believe it's very sophisticated. They think that by using technologies that look at the sound that you have also they'll say syntax and sometimes in combination with the actual words you use they think it helps them Sell and make people feel better. How do they know where they get. The data from amazon. Pretty close lipped about it.

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Bristol's Jewish students fight for their University's reputation

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

03:45 min | 11 months ago

Bristol's Jewish students fight for their University's reputation

"Hi my name is. And i'm a final year english literature student at the university of bristol. And my spare time. I also freelance. And i've written articles for the telegraph the times the independent huffington post what is regional papers and i also am features editor of the top bristol So the last two years being jewish student has been quite hard at university of bristol as a result of elektra a sociology professor called professor dave Because in his class he teaches and matic conspiracy theories about jewish organizations. He has a lecture in his home against powerful module where he accuses zionism as being one of the five pillars phobia and he implies using this sort of weighed conspiratorial web that israel on british jewish organizations have a malign influence on british government. And sort of in that slide. He touches on a series of consoles tropes about jewish people and two years ago. My best friend nina freedman. Who was then president of bristol. Jason is now you diaz president-elect made a complaint against david miller on years later in the university still hasn't done anything about it and hasn't advised or supported jewish students in any way but the situation picked up again. I'm a week or two weeks ago. Because david millar appeared in a video where he said that zionism we must cool front end design. Ism were in. He touched on several of the anti semitic tropes of course it really is of course some people into target to join us at in relation to this community in particular done. This through interfaith were pretending that jesus was working together. We'll be an apolitical way of countries. Ism stylings though. It's is the horse for normalizing zionism in the community. I in islamic mosque for example where. The mosque unknowingly held this project of chicken soup with a together. This is really backed project to normalize is within the muslim community. And they're doing that time. During the attack on cobra on this sort of started a new upper on twitter and reaganite hit the movement to get david miller removed from bristol. University campus clinician nasty. Seeing jews everywhere even in loction soup made in mosques while bashing corbin the share arrogance of this man and in one glib soundbite he opposes generations and generations of jewish teaching centuries of daily prayers which users sites to return to. Zion is car us special envoy in combating antisemitism until january. Twenty twenty one. Sinus didn't start in nineteen forty eight zionism spring out of the first zionist cows. Zionism was born in russia. When god says to abraham go forth to a land that i will show you. Zionism reached its consummation in the exodus. When moses let the jewish people to the promised land and zionism found one of its clearest expression

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'Just As I Am': Cicely Tyson Reflects On Her Long Career

All Things Considered

08:51 min | 1 year ago

'Just As I Am': Cicely Tyson Reflects On Her Long Career

"Only the legend. Actress Sicily Tyson During a career spanning six decades, she's brought to life iconic roles in theater, film and television, from sounder to the autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, two routes to how to get away with murder roles that have offered previously unseen images of the sweep and humanity of black life. Now. In a new memoir, she finally finally sets forth her improbable journey from the typing pool at the Red Cross to award winning actor and icon of style. Her book is called Just as I Am and Sicily. Tyson is here with us to tell us more about Cicely Tyson. Miss Tyson. Welcome. It's such an honor to have you with us. Thank you. No. Honestly, if someone were to write the story of your life as a novel, I don't think people would believe it. I mean, you started modeling at the age of 30 when most models air hanging up their stilettos. You got your first starring role when you were nearly 50. I mean crazy. That's life. At least mine. Does it seem that way to you? Well, it's remarkable to me that I have arrived. Where I am today, because I had that anticipated it. I made the decision based on things that happened to be along the way. And I just kept going, You know, no matter what happened in my life it did not did not deter berate from reaching the goal that I had set for myself. You write very movingly of your parents, even though you are very honest about the difficulties they had in their relationship, and also frankly, some of the difficulties You had with them. Your memory seems so sharp like I remember you writing about the delicious potatoes your mother would make and yes, at lunch and it just it just amazing to me that you could remember. It's always details. It is amazing, but they was they so impacted my life at the time. Uh, they they affected me in a way that I could not forget those memories and my sister and I sit down sometimes and salivate over them the potatoes and you said her Mac and she's had no equal No one No one and she made a chicken soup that will make you Licked a hair out of your nostrils. Hmm. So So you write about how you kind of fell into acting after a modeling career that just improbable, moderate wing career like you learned literally. Um, a zoo. We said in the typing pool of the Red Cross, and you'd kind of go to the department stores on the kind of the late, Great Lord, Take your lunch hour. That wasn't my favorite place, sadly, just closing its doors. When did you decide that acting? Was your calling? What was the thing that made you say? This is what I have to do. It happened. We could. I learned that I could speak. Through other people. I was very shy child. I was an observer. I would sit And observe and listen and watch people's actions in order to understand what they were. Well, I wanted to know what planted them just say and do things that they did. I sucked my figures for 12 years. I never spoke. Was a silencer, but I was a great observer. Remember, you're writing about the effect. That's a role like sounder had on people where you played Rebecca and I think many people might know the story. Poor Paul Winfield played against you as the Nathan and you played Rebecca and it's It's a story of kind of a loving black couple. Basically, just trying to live against that almost exactly right. Yes, And what amazing was you said that some of the reactions that people got when, like, for example, television writers, saying that they didn't realize that black Children called there Parents, Dad and, Mom, can you imagine that? Understand motion for sounder and after I finished after the film was completed, this journalist said. That he discovered a bit of bigotry and himself. But he realized that this black boy, which should buy first son, Kevin Hooks called his father Daddy. On and when I asked why, he said, That's what my son calls May and I'm not. I tell you, Uh, I was so started to be a few minutes to catch my breath in order. To question What is this man thought? That we were human. You know why Pat my son call his black father Daddy as his sons. Called him and it was at that time that I decided I could not afford the luxury of just big fractures. There were certain issues I have to adjust. And I thought I would use like a rare as why flat floor and you know we can't let you go without talking about Miles Davis. Oh, Yeah, well, you can't because she was part of my life. What do you think you learned from that? I mean, you write about the fact that you all were like the it couple at the time. I mean, you were one of the couples in me. He's a jazz legend. You are a legend in your field. On yet, you know, he had some issues as we as we all know, I mean, he had a serious drug problem and Some other sort of issues. Demons that he was dealing with. What do you think you learned from that relationship? I wish people knew the Miles Davis that I knew. Really because to you can walk into a bookstore and you sing dreams of books about Miles Davis and few people who wrote the books. Yeah. Not only was she feeling they talented, he was brilliantly sensitive, and that is the Miles Davis that people know. I don't know that he was trying to Okay? You have a very forgiving spirit. Well, Isn't that what we're supposed to do? Forgive each other, huh? We don't keep riding a rough truck over a sensitive so you can't do that. People are looking for help. And you look and you see them And you know that they need help. Okay, and you can help them. At least I can. I can always speak myself. Okay on. So what? I realized that he was in deep trouble on that he wanted he wants. He said I don't want to do that anymore. Okay. Uh, So when somebody says that to you And they're asking for help at this. I would try to help them. Before we let you go, Miss Tyson. We have only just scratched the surface of your remarkable life. And I am so honored to have had this time to spend with you. But before I let you go, do you have some advice for younger artists are those just Beginning their careers after you've done so much and seeing so much and been through so much Do you have any advice that you would share Death? Stick with it? Just stick for that. There's a reason why there's always a reason why you keep going in the direction you chose to go. And that is the legend. Sicily Taison, her new book, Just as I am is out Tuesday. Cicely Tyson. Thank you so much for speaking with us. It isn't Even honor by appreciate so much time. Thank you.

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On Embracing Native Culture in Alaska Feat. Danielle Riha

HMH Learning Moments

04:22 min | 1 year ago

On Embracing Native Culture in Alaska Feat. Danielle Riha

"Having grown up in detroit and then raised in texas and as you know a white american what what were some of the first things that you had to learn about some of your indigenous students and and how did you embrace that. I have a mix of cultures in my family. And so i'm cecilia. n- i am a little bit african. i have a little bit of everything in me. But if you just look at me i am just away looking female and one of the things that are the thing that actually connected me to the indigenous people were the universal values that cross cultures cross religion cross gender and geographic location and some of those are like show respect to others. Each person has a special gift. Share what you have giving makes you. Richer know who you are. You're a reflection of your family. Accept what life brings to. You can't control many things. Patients live carefully respect. Your elders value your education pray for guidance and notice the connections. How people are how everything is related. These are all values that were really taught to me as a young person waste anything. I can remember growing up in going to my grandparents house and if we were having chicken soup that meant you were having anything from the chicken was could pop up. That soup could be an eyeball. Could be anything but you ate it because you don't waste anything and right away. Those are the values that i saw in heard elders in family members in these communities teaching these kids. I thought those are the same values that i was taught in kerpen big cities and so even though my very first teaching job. I i wasn't welcomed. People weren't our links so you weren't welcomed. You weren't welcomed because you look different or there was bias you know even on coming from the forty eight states and moving in i i knew right away. I wasn't welcome. I was told. Go home gusset slang for white person. It was tough. I mean people bumped into me and told me go home cossack and it was pretty rough and i thought this has to come from somewhere and slowly but surely i would visit with elders or are there are a couple of people who who were friendly to me night ask why are people so negative and in downright you know rude and harsh. And i found out that they're used to people not sticking around and not investing in their children and maybe using that teaching job as a stone to get some experience under their belt and then then head out. And i thought about that and i would be probably distant towards people and not wanna make connections with them right away if i knew they were going to invest in me or invest in my my town my kids but then it also goes back to and i found this out a little bit later but i did my research and it also goes back to the boarding schools in the bureau of indian affairs schools in the christian schools were the indigenous people of alaska were forced to not speak their language. They were beaten for speaking their language. They had to dress in change everything about themselves to go to school in their own communities or they were taken from their communities as as young as four and five and sent to boarding schools where they were abused and belittled and it was a traumatic experience and people lost their culture and they lost their ability to become nurturing parents because they didn't grow up in their homes and once i learned that history that became a part of what i did as an educator as i taught kids their history and i taught them were some of the biases in their own community. Come from then. I would bring it back around to the cultural values in focus on the positives in how to not necessarily move past because the history is really important but how to value that history and use it to thrive

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"chicken soup" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"All right, we're going to talk about the book right now. You know, I love this book. And and I just have to start out by saying, you know, one of the things that I love most about. It is how you put it in such terminology that I don't care what walk of life you come from What profession you're in. You don't need to be A financial intellectual, to understand how to utilize pieces of this book to improve your retirement. And by the way, how neat is that? That you co wrote it with Jack Canfield, the best selling author of Chicken Soup for the soul, All right. I'm going to talk about one of the chapters right now, where you delve deep into mutual funds. Are they inexpensive investment? Absolutely. I mean the average cost of a muse fun, according to a barren study that was done quite a while ago. Is that I think it's 3.17%. If I'm exact, Let's call it 3%. You know, we analyzed mutual funds mark every day in our portfolio every day with our clientsportfolios and I will say the average Retiree comes to me your talking around 2.5% a little lower than the three. But you're talking to 23% on a million dollars. You're talking 20 $30,000 a year We don't use mutual funds and others in our firm. We just don't use them. There's better alternatives that are less expensive, more liquid, more tax efficient, so we don't use them. And unfortunately for for retirees, and for most of you out there, that's all you have access to on your 41 K plans to you're paying a lot of fees to have the plan. Plus, the internal investments are expensive as well. You know, and I was going to ask you that too. So just so I'm clear you don't see a place. In the retirees portfolio for a mutual fund there. There are better possibilities in the toolbox is that Is that a fair statement? I was a 99.9% of the time. There are some specialty mutual funds that I think are OK, but because there's always the exception to the rule. In general, We do not use mutual funds at all. And in general, there's better opportunities that are less expensive. Have more liquidity have better tax ah stature tax benefits. So a new mutual funds were just not a big part of our practice or at all, Actually, you know, fees are utterly important, David, you talk about it all the time. Let's talk about another product and the fees or expense involved, and that's the world of annuities. Typically, there are we looking at large expense to be part of our your portfolio for One of your clients the news very complex, but I'll make it simple. There's what's called fixed annuities or fixed indexed annuities, and you have variable annuities, variable annuities or what gets all the bad press What the Kingfisher's of the world talk about that I hate annuities. You could go on the website Web and you can see this stuff. But Variable annuities are expensive. In most cases, they're getting better. Actually, the newer products are getting better. But in general existing annuities, older annuity contracts you're costing between 3 to 5%. The average fixed annuity fixed indexed annuity is going to be the at the high side. 1 1.5% in some have are no load. Some don't charge any A lot of the annuities we use charge 0 ft. So you want to you can be invested in annuities that are very reasonable. Low cost annuities somewhere..

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"chicken soup" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"Joining us now on the books at talk, segment of the show, great pleasure to welcome Dr Julie Silver Today. She's assistant. Professor at Harvard Medical School also. The books at Harvard, health publications. She is the author of a really great series of books. Chicken Soup for the soul. This one is says titled Say Goodbye to back pain a lot of people. Suffer with that, and in many different degrees truly silver joins us by telephone today and the doctor. Thanks for joining us. How are you? Good the chance to talk to and I guess next to the common coal. pry Back. Pain is probably the most prevalent health issue I guess just about every buddy at some point in their life goes through, don't they? I think that back. Pain is one of those things that's. Inevitable and I always make the comparison with my patient to having cavities You know it's not realistic to go to the dentist and say hey. I never want to have a cavity. Make that happen. Wealthy not realistic to go the doctor. Never everyone have backpack. Is Getting worse somebody you do see ads on TV for different remedies or Beijing by to alleviate it or just talking more about it. I think we're really talking a lot more about it certainly the things that often people think, protect them from back pain like having a sedentary type of job actually dispose them to back pain so I'm. If you sit at a computer all day, while may not seem like you're stressing. You're back. the way farmers would perhaps or laborers would but you know it. It is actually really hard..

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Pizza Pizza!

Gastropod

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Pizza Pizza!

"We eat a seriously astounding amount of pizza. Americans collectively eat three hundred fifty slices a second and one hundred acres a day more than five billion pizzas are sold around the world each year. It's a lot so we all eat it but are we all eating the same thing to get back to where we started with the donut. Pizza that is going to be haunting my dreams. Is there actually a standard definition of pizza? Oh No okay. The reason on laughing about that is because anytime I am asked i. I've become somewhat of an expert or authority on the history of pizza and anytime I mask. There's always someone who disagrees. With my definition Carol how Starsky is a history professor at the University of Denver and author of pizza a global history. So I WANNA be really careful about what I say here that this is my opinion as a food historian that I believe pizza is a yeast. It flat bread that has ingredients baked onto the crust dat is sort of the most basic definition of pizza. I don't get that specific Rice A-ok it has to be round or it has to be square or it has to be thin or thick or it has to have tomatoes and cheese on it. But here's the thing you ask to beat the experts definition of pizza you get two different definitions and I think that we need to kind of establish effect that pizza pizza until you put tomato sauce on it right because before that. It's a flat bread. I mean if not then you could argue that the Egyptians had pizza because had flat breads and that'd be absurd to say Francisco. Maguire is the head chef at modernist cuisine. They've already put out a five. Thome series called bread and now they're working on an equally exhaustive pizza book or books for which they have been doing a lot of research which sounds delicious although Francisco says. It's actually very exhausting to the tally. As of December. It's been two hundred pizzerias and it's just a number. That boggles the mind. Because I mean if we've been two hundred pizzeria fixture does at least five pizzas per pizzeria. And I don't want you to think that we eat the entire pizza. You have to pace yourself. It is a marathon of any pizza by the end of the day. You just want to like carrot or something vegetables something that feels a little bit better to your body to eat because there is such a thing as too much pizza. I'm convinced but I agree with Francisco that the definition of pizza is kind of a slippery thing. I call just any flat bread pizza. It's thirty year pizza. I'm from Mexico. I would say no but I thought about it because has sauce and it has cheese and it's a flat bread and cooked. You know an Camman which is very high heat so strictly defining it you could. You can see how. How some of these lines crossover each other. I think we can all agree that a Tortilla is not a pizza for starters. A TORTILLA is platte. But it's not really a flat bread. It doesn't have yeast but there are a lot of delicious Houston. Flat breads around the world. There's lava and pita and Lavazza non and those are just off the top of my head. Carol says there's archaeological evidence going back ten thousand years little instant pizza things. They were cakes of mashed grains baked on a hot stone and then topped with whatever was handy oil honey herbs or even more complex sources so a flat breads go back to the Neolithic the Dawn of agriculture and if they're yeast did flat breads in so many different cultures than pizza. Can't possibly be an Italian invention right. These are the kind of fighting words that will land you in court. Cynthia specifically the Court of Historical Review in San Francisco which is a fake court stopped by real judges. They've made some landmark rulings in their time on where the Martini was invented. And whether or not chicken soup is the Jewish Penicillin and in nineteen ninety one. The court gathered to debate. A serious question is pizza. Originally Italian or Chinese. The Chinese case was surprisingly strong prosecuted claim that pizzas descended from pink to which are rice flour cakes filled with sausage and spices. That were brought to at LE- by our old friend Marco Polo back in the twelve hundreds and then transformed with the use of local ingredients. Let the judge wasn't buying it even before Marco Polo made his way to the eastern back the attractions in what is now Italy around about one thousand BC. We're making little cakes at looked much more like pizza. The Italians won their day in

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"chicken soup" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

"You really take this to heart. You do the internal work you write your goals. You get clear about what you're about what your purpose on this planet is and you start even if you can't any, obviously, you have to put food on the table you have to you know, be responsible, but even if you work a little bit each day towards things that are important to and you've made these internal changes, and then the last four. Really take you. They will change your life. I guarantee it. The first is taking action bold action consistently. Most of us live in on autopilot. Do at the same way, and basically we don't give ourselves. We don't open yourselves. To new things that could potentially bring us great luck for me. My luck story really I didn't realize it was one of the eight secrets. But I got out of my comfort zone I ask for what I wanted in a situation where it was knee-buckling knee buckling fear for me. I really scared, but I I some my twenty seconds of insane courage, which is what I call what you need it doesn't you don't be brave all the time. There's these windows of opportunity you have just have enough gumption enough Moxie to just bring that up and hurl yourself through that window. and. Honestly it was the difference between my life going one direction in another i. asked her what I wanted. and I became chicken soup for the soul co author. Rather than an editor. I became royalty position I ended up working as a author. And all my gosh, that has made the difference in my life, but I could have just been an editor but I. Didn't even when the person said No. I said Okay I was willing to walk away and not settle. And I'm telling you that kind of taking bold action saying yes to things. For what you want getting out of your comfort zone is a big factor in being luckier. Listen to coast to coast. AM every weeknight at one am eastern and go to coast to coast. Am Dot Com for more. Do you know what it feels like to change diaper while wearing one? Does your sweaty face twitch when someone says you've.

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Awe & The Arc Of Creation

Photography Radio

09:14 min | 2 years ago

Awe & The Arc Of Creation

"Hey Karen Hutton and welcome to the woo. This is a show about photography inspiration and life and the intersecting point where they all play together. Play cards go to coffee tea? Think deep thoughts. That's US so welcome to this episode. Which I'm calling it all and the Ark of creation on the way I see it is that ideally the creative arc is fluid. It moves from inner inspiration to outer creation. And then you're building into the next expression of the thing and the thing in this cases photography but it can be anything that you're creating anyway. It moves out and then comes back again with joy and delight rinse and repeat. That's how it Oughta go but how often goes as I've learned from clients and the folks who show up to my talks on these particular matters is like this it starts the same way. You have an idea an impulse or desire you need something you WanNa create and in almost as soon as it pops in this niggling doubt starts to creep in. There is a little shadow. Is it any good? What if the weather changes Amil landscape photographer? So that's always part of the conversation to have the right gear. Will I know what settings to use will see the best angle? Will I get my shot? What if I go all the way out there and it's just a big fat? Nothing but you take action anyway. Because you're not taken you pack up you drive out set up your tripod and you have at it and you results fall short at least in your own mind and you feel disappointed. Some part of you says Oh. I knew that was going to happen. So you judge the whole experience and yourself you feel bad in that fun you have all these crazy thoughts like what's wrong with me. I should just give it up. I need a better camera. I should take up knitting kind of freaks. You out and who wants to feel this crappy ever again but again you're no chicken. See you go back to the drawing board. You watch some videos. You do some more reading on what somebody else did. More technical help right. I mean I hear this scenario over and over and over again and what happens. Next is the really sad part because of that continues long enough. Your mind is all jumbled and it stays that way for a while and it takes a while for a new idea to cross your mind but eventually it does this time though. It's a little soft. It's a little weak. It's not fully formed. You doubt it's any good by itself but you know you should get out there again so you opt to create that guy who's video. You were just watching because clearly. They're better than you and must know what they're doing right. At that point your Muse has no more good ideas. Your soul goes off again and eventually you quit. And I'm not making this up. I have had people tell me this. And that's why they show up to my talks to my retreats and workshops whatever because they're trying to crack the code on this ongoing nasty gram in their mind and break free from this exact spin cycle of creative. Hell why do I know it so well? That's a whole other episode. I know this one I know this one and I know my way out of it and I share it liberally. Everybody says if there was only a one stop shop to stop the madness but wait. The whole point of this conversation is that there is so. Let's have a little talk about all. I sort of feel like I buried the lead but I wanted to paint the picture of how people really do suffer around their creative process. If you're not one of these people congratulations. I am really happy for you. But for the ones who are for the ones who kind of have this awkward dance sometimes with their own creative flow. I WanNa talk about all. Aw is one of those things we all know about and maybe we either almost take it for granted considered a fairytale or something. It's just not generally thought of as a practical ingredient to actually ask for and stir into the mix to prepare for to look for to come to expect as a critical ingredient in photography art and life. But it is it's huge. I mean you wouldn't leave the chicken out of the chicken soup would you? I mean it's like that it's that key and nowadays there's actual quantifiable science behind the effects of awe those of us who are artists and live for that experience. We know about it. But I'll tell you what thanks to Decker Kellner and the greater good science center at UC. Berkeley we've also now got a long list of facts and figures to back up this conversation and not consider it totally. Woo Kazmi talking about creating art from it. Living from it purveying it. Teaching it was one of the reasons people started calling me. Woo in the first place. Sometimes I was an affectionate pat on the head sometimes a whole lot more of a brush off but I always knew for sure that aw was the one stop shop for me and now thanks to science behind it. We know why. And we know that it's a one stop shop for anyone who chooses to open their heart and their mind to the experience of awe in every day and in grand ways they're calling. Aw the ferry dust of emotion some are even referring to it as the eleventh emotion. They usually consider that basic. Human emotions are either a list of eight or ten. They're considering ought to be the eleventh official emotion. It's like the New Star in the Galaxy Decker. Kellner defines it simply as the feeling of being in the presence of something vast that transcends your understanding of the world boom. It's like the crack that lets the light in and after that. Well you can't push the light back out and nothing is really the same after that you cannot unseen or une feel the experience of awe and in fact we humans are hardwired for it. It's something we want we desire. It's how we're built to live through that Lens. So here's some things about how all works are short circuits. Doubt it sneaks up on you it puts you in the moment I mean right now. It feels you with wonder it makes you curious. It's like a touch of the divine and it's proven to be good for the immune system for brain function for cognitive abilities. Social Interactions. I mean the list goes on and on. It's incredible and here's why it should matter to you as an artist. It shatters expectations and expectations. As many of you know our what's GonNa go wrong or they're limiting or they're based on what we think is possible when so much more might just be possible off stops us in our tracks and it makes us listen with new ears and see with new eyes in ways. We didn't expect as I said before and in ways we didn't even know we could which is why it shifts your whole perception instantly and in so doing it instantly enables us to see the ordinary in extraordinary ways. Which is why you don't have to wait till you hike to the biggest mountaintop to experience. Aw although there is no I can promise you. There's no doubt that that is an awesome off striking experience. But you can find. Aw in your office I mean aw is everywhere if you tune your mind to it. So that's what I mean by enabling you to see ordinary in extraordinary ways it's the same shift and it creates instant. Mindfulness like boom right now. A lifetime of study can't do what odd does instant and like I said before it. Lets US experience fastness greater than ourselves our souls genius and shape our creativity around that instead of some old tired ideas about what somebody else did or worry about the settings of your camera it shifts creaky old patterns that are creative arc has been stuck in and our artistic voice explodes and I say our because I'm in this to you know I don't talk about this like some expert on a hill. This is all my experience as well so I can verify it. I know this is how it happens. And I lead people through this experience through my retreats and sometimes through my talks so I've been boots on the ground with this for a number of years in a formal way and now of course thanks to decker. Kilter got some science to back it up but I know from empirical experience that this is how it goes. How do you know this is happening? How do you know it's just a trick of the mind? That's what some people do wonder and I'll tell you it's because your body knows your body is hardwired to give you information. That is irrefutable. That is smart and that is true when off strikes. That's when you get goosebumps that's when your tummy leaps. Not because you're sick. It's like the butterflies. You know you get that tinguely tickly butterfly. Oh my God Oh my God. This is amazing. Feeling your heart beat faster with excitement and glee you gas. You laugh you you might cry you might be you know tears of joy. I've had that happen. Just burst into tears over. The whole experience had no warning about that. You might even break out into a light sweat. I mean hey who said creativity was passive new ideas pop in new ways shifts everything. It's incredible those are all signs empirical signs that all is in the

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"chicken soup" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"PODCAST glad that you're you're wherever you're here with me with me. Live with me later on the podcast or not listening or watching. All of the above are possible. And Glad you're here so we're going to talk today about had this sort of ongoing series about connections between items or ideas and leadership and Linda means gave me this one. She challenged me to connect chicken soup and leadership. So that's what today talk about chicken soup and leadership and hopefully make you hungry and give you some great ideas about leadership at same time. So here's how I'm going to this a little different than I do. Sometimes here's the thing. I made a list of what comes to my mind when I think of chicken soup. The first soon came to my mind was not all what Linda had in mind. I I thought it was chicken soup for the soul and all of those books that were the brain child of art. Victor Hansen. And Jack Canfield two guys that I've known a little bit over the years and knew a little bit about the backstory. And all those books if you know anything about those books you will know that they about two big ideas there about stories and they are about inspiration and there's no doubt that as leaders the best leaders are the best communicators the best communicators use all of their communication tools including the ability. To tell stories. I would even go as far as to say read and chicken soup for the soul book. You'll get an idea for a story that you might be able to use a in a organization in working with someone else. I hope that you'll think about that right. So leaders should be storytellers. There's leaders can be should be at times. Need to be inspirational when the team is down. The team needs you to help them. See what is coming when you can help the team the future and help them be inspired to move in the death in the toward that desired destination. Then that's a win so I know that's not what Linda was thinking about chicken soup. That's what you were thinking either. So let me give you some more specific thoughts about chicken soup or in my mind. I Amy Lee went to chicken noodle soup and I don't know about you but the best chicken noodle soup is homemade right and has to in his two ingredients always chicken and noodles and I suppose that there's no noodles it wouldn't be chicken noodle soup and if there's no chicken probably gonna be very good the underlying trying starting point of chicken noodle soup or chicken and noodles and after that it can be personalized lot after that there's lots of ways is to make chicken noodle soup there lots of ways. That could all be good chicken noodle soup. Same is true for leaders underlying principles start is is the starting point underlying principles as leaders leaders are about outcomes and others our focus should be on outcomes and others. The best leaders will focus on outcomes. Where are we going? What are we trying to accomplish? Why are we trying to accomplish it? Guiding steering encouraging inspiring group toward that desired future state eight. And it isn't about us it's about others and so just like any chicken noodle soups GonNa have chicken and noodles. Any effective leaders going to have going to be focused on outcomes and others and I said the chicken soups probably personalize. It's homemade. It's not always the same. There's no one perfect way to be a leader as long as we're starting with outcomes and others others and doing getting the principles right there's more than one style there's more than one approach just like there's more than one right way to make the chicken noodle soup. There's the one right way for us to lead as long as we get the principles right I you know. Some chicken soup is thicker more like a stew some. Tom Is more broadly. And you have a favorite that works best for you that you like the best but any of them probably good any of them can be effective and you may have the leadership style that works best as a follower but there's more than one way and more than one type of leader that we might choose to follow to me and I hope that you will take the hat. Keep that in mind. Okay now sometimes people think about chicken noodle soup because they want to have sup- help make them feel better right. I've got a couple of sick people in my house right now. And maybe they'd like a little chicken noodle soup made mode help them feel better well. Well in the short term chicken soup might make us feel better right as leaders though. It's not always our role to make make people feel better but it should always be a role to be doing things in the long term is in the best interest of our folks. Sometimes we have to give people a tough message some people. We have have to hold people accountable for something that they don't want to or think they are capable of or whatever. The reality is we we we as leaders must be focused on people's long term health and best interests. Mike always feel that way in the short-term chicken soup deal Louis around makes us feel really good and short-term might or might not help us in the long term K And most people would think of chicken soup chicken noodle soup as a comfort food. You know and it's probably true but I'm not sure I can make that analogy work in quite the same way for leaders because leaders sometimes crimes are gonNA have to stretch their folks sometimes as a leader. You must move people out of their comfort zone. Not just feed them what they like not just give them the things that make them feel good but the things that will help them stretch and grow and so while there's nothing wrong with chicken soup chicken suit for as a little comfort food as leaders. We must not always be trying to help. People be comfortable but rather stretching them whether that's through coaching perspective from a change perspective or whatever we must get beyond thinking about comfort in fact. If we're going to help people change we. We need to get them past their comfort zone and as leaders we are in the business of change so a connection although not necessarily early an exact likeness. Okay the last thing and maybe a little bit of fun here too when I think of chicken soup. I'm not thinking about it being homemade. I'm thinking about Campbell's else and if I think about Campbell soup Campbell's soup the first they after get past the eating of it I immediately go to Conan. who was the leader of the Campbell? Soup Company remit years Is Now a leadership author and consultant. Doug Great Guy and he was a guest on the remarkable leadership. PODCAST way back in November of of Twenty Sixteen in Episode Number Twenty five an episode called touch points for leaders. So if you don't know if you chicken Campbell's soup but you don't know Doug Doug you might want to check that out episode twenty five. Th Remark Lucia podcast with Doug Koenig so had a little fun. Hopefully we talked about some the things beyond the soup themselves right the last thing in the first thing chicken soups old books. But hopefully there's some lessons in there. Were you thinking about. I challenge you to think about what. What can you take from this and use for yourself? Whether that's how do you think about a more inspirational how to use stories as more effective communicator. Maybe you need to think about your leadership style. Maybe you need to make sure that you're getting the principles right. And of course I talked about two principles here That as leaders we must be focused on outcomes and others there are more principles of course and there are more principles besides just chicken and noodles that make good chicken noodle soup so maybe the big message of this episode is principles focus on the principles. Get the principles ride and the rest will come along now. I don't know no if you know this but every week along with doing a number of episodes podcast I do something called remarkable. TV In fact we replay the audio the remarkable TV's right here on the mark leadership podcast But every week I do a video down in our studio that we call remarkable. TV They are fun. They're inspirational racial. Hopefully it'll be helpful to you. You can go check them out. Go to Kevin. I can bury that. TV You'd.

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The Best of Windward Road in Tobago

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:23 min | 2 years ago

The Best of Windward Road in Tobago

"Week we head to three hundred and Tobago Monaco. skinniest just call. It takes us on a trip down windward road on the smaller island of Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago is a complete with charm and excitement. These almonds of famous for their Carnival is origins coming from experience of hardship for enslaved Africans. Now a celebration. An annual event known for its colorful costumes parades and festivities. Also feature the limbo still passed a musical genres such as calypso soccer all of which originate from the islands in this episode exposure food one road in particular with road on the island of Tobago Winwood road starts at the top Tupac Flagship Hill which features some stunning views of the beauty of the island including the Caribbean Sea. It then runs down the east side of the island along many coastlines through villages many striking churches and jungle green valleys many bays run alongside this road and it cites our heavenly any out for breakfast or lunch checkout. GP's bakery if you make it here you're in for a treat a sweet swamp perhaps try that. Take on a cinnamon milk bum. How rupp cake filled with current some reasons? They have savory dishes to trying to lose pie. A soft fried right dumpling with mashed potatoes vegetables and chick peas or that chicken soup with dumplings yams and carrots. Uh Up the road you reach the stunning Tyrrell's Bay this is why we reach gems seaview. Kitchen visitors. locos agreed that a trip to Gemma seaview kitchen. EVERYONE AS Roma's treehouse is a must when visiting Trinidad and Tobago given away in the nickname. This opener restaurant is famous for being built around a tremendous almond tree. But that's isn't the only attraction. The food is also delicious. This restaurant has a casual vibe. AH Open for breakfast. Lunch and dinner uncertain authentic Caribbean food but also dishes with a twist going at lunch dinnertime. Try that curried goat. Which is classic Caribbean dish? A curry cooked with its main ingredient. Goat me which is left on the bone and cooked until tender. This is software after advice. Some peace in this case the piece actually being kidney beans but this is what they call them in the Caribbean maybe try with the side of voting. I would recommend commending this type of bread in the curry sauce or using it. To mop up your plate at the end I must try and a favorite is gems breadfruit Pie wonderfully creamy and cheesy with laze of breadfruit named because the texture of the fruit. When Kurt is similar to freshly baked bread but has a potato like flavor? Ever try this with a side of fried planting and if you love a bit of spice the have a homemade saas for you. They also love a grill. Try to Golic shrimp grilled fish with peppers or tried to local delights sweet and Sour Cavalli. Fish just a free minute walk down. Winwood road your arrive. birdwatchers restaurant and ball grabber noculars and head to the deck. I'm relaxing Logger do you love fish. The fish hair is fresh from the sea and the menu changes depending on the capture of the day but a popular choice. Is The lobster. A generous portion full of Zest and spices gift. The luscious Macaroni Pie. Try with some blue a popular carribean dish with its main ingredient being lift festival. And of course you must try the juicy chicken served with flavored rice salad lentils if you have the space for it make sure you try the homemade cinnamon. I scream for dessert. If eaten too much at these places you can always walk walk along space side North Beach and once. The food is going down head over to a roadside Russia. How about Ireland's bar relaxing join decorated with pirate flags with lots of character and heart? You can't catch sports on the TV or pay dots pool the cocktails here. Not for the faint-hearted taunted. They described as powerful. If you can brave it gives the rump punchy shy my heritage lies in the Caribbean and I can tell you the food in this part of the world is just as vibrant as its inhabitants. It's full of spices. I'm flavors that take influences from many parts of the world. So where are you elasticated bottoms and get ready for some soul food. Because you're going to be eating a lot of it for Monaco. I'm Kenya Jay Scarlett.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Back to Atlanta living I'm your host the Linda Skelton and we're speaking with Amy knew mark with chicken soup for the soul and this book is entitled the forgiveness fixing we've we've had some great conversations about different ways to forgive but one of the biggest is how to forgive yourself yeah that is a real problem and sometimes people are quicker to forgive others than themselves they hold themselves to a higher standard I sometimes for example somebody is getting divorced her husband recently divorced and it's really interesting some people think well I tried really hard but my stuff didn't that's how people think my spouse tried really hard and I didn't try hard enough and in fact you really have to think back and say you know what we both traffic really hard and it just wasn't going to work and some type of somebody's trying hard just isn't good enough and so it's it's really important to get yourself forgiveness in order and realize that you're not better than other people and you're going to have just as many flaws as other people and then once you are able to forgive yourself and recognize that you're not perfect you're only human you can then apply that same level of forgiveness to everyone else in your life and it's so it's really what I would call a virtual circle you forgive yourself and then you forgive others and then by forgiving others you're more recognizing how you should forgive yourself and things just get better and better and then you could even engage in that pre forgiveness we talked about for your own flaws which is very helpful I am sure it feels like the weight of the world is off your shoulders well it certainly does and we had a story about forgiveness in chicken soup for the soul to forgive the sticks and when this guy finally it engages in self forgiveness he said he realized my world was dark because I kept turning out the light and he basically got rid of that black cloud that was over him by recognizing that he loved his family members despite their flaws and of course they would love him despite his flaws love himself despite his blood wow wow that is that is amazing I think this will be a great book for everyone to read and to give those that.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The ball sometimes you don't even need to eat or drink it to to get its wonderful effects I know a lot of people who are like that with their coffee is like all the is like the old it I think that's interesting I think most people need the caffeine some people just like the old it just makes them feel good that's not me I'm a drink that but anyway happy national chicken soup for the soul that I'm torn on these next two they're both near and dear to my heart I'll make a snap judgment will go next with happy national pizza with the works except anchovies day now I just got through talking about the number one ranked pizza in the mark whether pizza rankings which is none other than salami and black olive shout out to attacks are from six five zero is sad Alitalia and salami and black olive on pizza is the ball I don't know if we use that term anymore but whatever I'm fine with that I think it's a good thing this text also says if you like spicy try tossing some spicy peppers on there I'm fine with spicy but no don't mess with my salami and black olives I like it just the way it is of a child out of thank you for your offer backing me on that so Peter with the works is a little much there's a lot going on there I need to know what is the world's how many vegetables is that include are you sticking fruit on there like what is the works is there a pepper and a tomato chicken and pineapple next to it we got a lot going on there so you got a pump the brakes but I like the man show these were left out enjoy these are for Caesar dressing that's why we have anchovies please not on the pizza national pizza with the world except in showbiz day every single year on November twelfth all the other pizza lovers get their due while on the toppings this annual holiday yes the spotlight with olives sausage peppers and onions and not on the ideas but anyway mushrooms Beijing maybe pineapple.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The kind of person that loves to learn by reading and getting numbers and charts and graphs there's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial objectives from college funding to retirement to emergency funds working capital for business or personal or real estate and if you're more at a right brain person you and I are really into numbers you learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction it's over a hundred pages that contains at like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients examples we changed our name to protect their privacy but you will learn by reading the stories and examples of how people of empower themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now one eight eight eight seventy six radios the number and you can attend one of our educational events and I will give you a copy of the laser find that's one eight eight eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn recieve my book call one eight eight eight seven six. seven two three four six that's eight eight eight seven six seven twenty three forty six. this is radio. this is Doug Andrews welcome back to radio where I'm passionate.

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The two sides of Beirut

Correspondents Report

06:38 min | 2 years ago

The two sides of Beirut

"Now by the end of his first year in Beirut Middle East correspondent Adam Harvey thought he knew his new home town then he stepped out of his comfort zone and into the part of Beirut controlled by the Iranian backed militia Hezbollah Beirut is a tiny city crowded around a couple of small hills waged between the mountains mountains in the Mediterranean. My family's life here is centered on a small part of this compact town bounded by my son's school the apartments of our friends and in a couple of pay as you go places like Yuppie Pack we patted down for prohibited goods like kid cats and Muesli buzz before you permitted into the souls tools and wooden pirate ship a walkin run the same streets here everyday and I think I know it and then in event like a surer reminds me that I'll always ESPN stranger he sure is a Shia Muslim commemoration Russian that marks the death in six eighty ad of Hussein the grandson of Islam's Prophet Muhammad. It's a huge day in Beirut. She had district and this year I went to Dhaka in Beirut's southern suburbs to attend the Hezbollah event. I hear begins just a couple of hundred meters beyond my stomping and ground but crossing the invisible boundary is like entering another country. If not another millennia there are multiple checkpoints and outer ring man by the Lebanese army and an in-network controlled by Hezbollah like everyone else today. I'm dressed in black but I'm obviously not Lebanese so I'm stopped to over and over again by lodge men wearing tight t shirts and thick beds and with handguns waged into their waistbands. Im surged in my press ideas checked and then and I'm waved through after the fourth or fifth search. My bag is X. Rayed am allowed onto a bus. It'll take me even further into here. It's a place I would never normally be able to go narrow. Straits are overlooked by apartment blocks of six or seven stories pockmarked with bullet holes from the fighting here in the seventies and eighties piece is Bella has its office here and it's presumably home to his Balazs leader Hassan Nasrallah in Israel system. Militia stole some of its thousands of missiles here as well as the equipment. It's really worried about specialists. Machinery used to make the rockets more accurate. It would be seriously dumb to pull out a camera recorded here on any other day of the year you'd soon be having very intense conversations with heavily armed people but today's basically Hezbollah Open Day and the rules. Don't apply an off-duty Lebanese army soldier shows me his tattoos of Hussein Muhammed's Muhammed's grandson and tells me that he doesn't think there'll be war with Israel. An older woman tells me it's important that the community comes out in force today as a deterrent to Lebanon in southern neighbour. Some black clad teenagers wave me over and NC state the chicken soup. A young woman practices her Australian accent on me okay. Would you like to roast marshmallows may nor kangaroos hop up the nothing. There's a bit of British chases doc. His reputation is undeserved. Actually there's a very bad stereotype but is actually all filled with terrorists and there's always bombs and and Cetera and that's not true like we've been living I. I'm twenty three going on twenty four. I've been living here my whole life and it's actually really beautiful and I've never felt safer life than being here. There's always meant to protect us. Then reasonably normal more conversation with an articulate young woman takes detour. Her boyfriend is a Hezbollah fighter. He did go to Syria a few times. So what did you would like to go more often. Don't let him because I want him here. I love him too much. What is what was his experience. What did he say about it. I told you he'd like to go way more often but I don't let him. It's me that is not letting him go yeah interest. It's you know what sometimes I tell him like God be with. You and I hope you know you just come back safe but yeah it is dangerous. Yeah it is risky and he knows was it and that's why he wants to go. He's a big strong man. How common is it from this area. People go very very comment because we all have the same concept. If I were able to fight I would go to be honest by a girl. They wouldn't let me the rally itself kicks off and it feels it was like all of Beirut is matching past waving Hezbollah's yellow and green flags there a scout troops wearing Atallah. Cassini's photograph pinned to their shirts. It's is a political science student from a Lebanese American University with the photograph of a dead Hezbollah fighter which into his headband Hezbollah Woah yes. Do you think you will. I think everyone afford case along with certain mission whether on their on the battlefield whether the media rather as a position in the hospital the only way. Do you think you'll be on battlefield or I'm not sure aw the parade over opened my phone to navigate my way out of this labyrinth and I'm floyd to realize I'm just a few hundred meters away from the kids playground Yuppie Yeah Park where I've stood arguing about twenty first century problems like my right to winter replay ground with chocolate bars and kids sandwiches. It seems so far away away from this unfamiliar place of guns and vigilance and religion and young people heading off to war This is Adam Havi in south Beirut for correspondence report. Eh One fascinating city Adam Harvey in Beirut there.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The kind of person that loves to learn by reading and getting numbers and charts and graphs there's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial objectives from college funding to retirement to emergency funds working capital for business or personal or real estate and if you're more at a right brain person you are really into numbers you learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction it's over a hundred pages that contains at like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients example we changed our name to protect their privacy but you will learn by reading the stories and examples of how people of empowered themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now one eight eight eight seventy six radios the number and you can attend one of our educational events and I will give you a copy of the laser find that's one eight eight eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn receive my book call one eight eight eight so. six seven two three four six that's eight eight eight seven six seven twenty three forty six. this is radio. welcome back this is Doug Andrew to radio on where I am passionate about.

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Generational Plant Wisdom

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Generational Plant Wisdom

"Allergies or are you getting a cold yale. I think think i'm getting a cold. Unfortunately here have some of my chicken soup. My mother always said it'll cure cold out don. I don't know if i believe that art mothers have a lot of good information to pass down even plant mothers to their seed offspring. Apparently they imprint information about uh when to germinate into their seeds. Jeans sees don't germinate immediately after they develop. I spent some time in the dorm state. That period of dormancy is helpful for couple of res. It leads the seas way to germinate until the temperatures right. You wouldn't wanna see germinating when it's too cold where would survive and also prevents all the seeds from germinating at once in the same place and competing for the same resources one of the factors. Here's that affects how long that period of dormancy less how deeply the seed sleep. Let's say is the temperature. During the siege development the colder it is during those early stages the longer the state of dormancy will be that information is imprinted by the mother plant in the seas jeans essentially turning certain genes that regulate germination when the time is finally roy for the sea to germinate that information gets erased so when offspring plant makes his own seeds it can implement new information for the next generation sounds like plant. Moms give pretty helpful advice. This moment of science comes from indiana university with production support from the office of the provost. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org where you can also view videos and sign up for podcasts. I'm ya cassandra oils.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The kind of person that loves to learn by reading and getting numbers and charts and graphs there's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial objectives from college funding to retirement to emergency funds working capital for business or personal or real estate and if you're more at a right brain person you and I are really into numbers you learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction it's over a hundred pages that contains at like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients example we changed our name to protect their privacy but you will learn by reading the stories and examples of how people of empowered themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now one eight eight eight seventy six radios the number and do you can attend one of our educational events and I will give you a copy of the laser find that's one eight eight eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn recieve my book call one eight eight eight seven six seven two three four six that's eight eight eight seven six seven twenty three forty six this is radio welcome back this is Doug Andrews he owned and I'm passionate about providing you with insights into opportunities that maybe you didn't know existed before if you're just joining us we've been talking about the.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The kind of person that loves to learn by reading and getting numbers and charts and graphs there's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial objectives from college funding to retirement to emergency funds working capital for business or personal or real estate and if you're more at a right brain person you are really into numbers you learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction it's over a hundred pages that contains at like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients example we changed our name to protect her privacy but you will learn by reading the stories and examples of how people of empower themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now one eight eight eight seventy six radios the number and you can attend one of our educational events and I will give you a copy of the laser find that's one eight eight eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn recieve my book call one eight eight eight seven six seven two three four six that's eight eight eight seven six seven twenty three forty six this is radio welcome back to live abundant radio on I'm Doug Andrew I'm passionate about providing you with insights and opportunities that maybe you didn't know existed before we've been talking about being a hero to those that you care about and I would love to.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The kind of person that loves to learn by reading and getting numbers and charts and graphs there's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial objectives from college funding to retirement to emergency funds working capital for business or personal or real estate and if you're more a right brain person you and I are really into numbers you learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction it's over a hundred pages that contains at like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients example we changed our name to protect their privacy but you will learn by reading the stories and examples of how people of empowered themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now one eight eight eight seventy six radios the number and you can attend one of our educational events and I will give you a copy of the laser find that's one eight eight eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn receive my book call one eight eight eight seven six seven two three four six that's eight eight eight seven six seven twenty three forty six this is radio welcome back this is Andrew with abundant radio where I'm.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The kind of person that loves to learn by reading, and getting numbers and charts and graphs, there's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial objectives. From college funding to retirement, to emergency funds, working capital for business or personal real estate. And if you're more, right? Breading person you aren't really into numbers you learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction. It's over one hundred pages that contains that like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories, actual clients examples, we changed their names to protect your privacy, but you will learn by reading the stories and examples of how people have empowered themselves financially by using the laser fund. So call now one edit eight seventy six radios the number and you can attend one of our educational events and I will give you a copy of the laser fund. That's one eight eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn received my book call one eight seven six seven two three four six that's eight eight seven. Seven six seven Twenty-three forty six. This is abundant radio. Doug andrews. Welcome back. This is Doug Andrew with live, abundant radio where I'm passionate about, providing you with insights into opportunities that maybe.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KGO 810

"Two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients examples, we change their names to protect their privacy. But you will learn by reading the stories and examples of how people have empowered themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now one eight seventy six radios, the number and you can attend one of our educational events. And I will gift you a copy of the laser fund that's one eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn received my book, call one eight seven six seven two three four six that's eight seven six seven. Twenty three forty six. His abundant radio Doug Andrews. Welcome back. This is Doug Andrew live abundant radio where I'm passionate about providing you with insights into opportunities that maybe you never knew existed before if you're just joining us. I was talking in the previous segment about one of my favorite financial vehicles. The laser fund it's one of four places that I have taught people to draw from in retirement. And if it was my choice, I would have up to sixty percent of my retirement income be totally tax free. Not even show up on my ten forty tax return. The IRS knows I receive it, but they know which totally tax free. So I often ask audiences when I teach them why wouldn't you generate more wealth? So to demonstrate how powerful this strategy can be for.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The kind of person that loves to learn by reading and getting numbers and charts and graphs there's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial object. Days from colleagues funding to retirement to emergency funds working capital for business or personal real estate. And if you're more right Brenning person, you aren't really into numbers. You learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction. It's over one hundred pages that contains like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients example rechange their names to protect their privacy. But you Alern by reading the stories and examples of how people have empowered themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now. One edit seventy six radios, the number and you can attend one of our educational events. And I will get you a copy of the laser fund that's one eight seven seven two three four six please join us and learn received my book, call one eight seven six seven two three four six that's eight. Eight seven six seven Twenty-three forty six. His abundant radio, Doug and. Welcome back to live abundant radio. This Doug Andrew, and I'm passionate about providing you with insights into opportunities that will be for your brighter future. This isn't about.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KGO 810

"The kind of person that loves to learn by reading and getting numbers and charts and graphs there's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial objectives. From college funding to retirement to emergency funds working capital for business or personal real estate. And if you're more right breading person, you aren't really into numbers. You learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction. It's over one hundred pages that contains that like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients examples, we change their names to protect their privacy. But you will learn by reading the stories and examples of how people have empowered themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now. One edit eight seventy six radios, the number and you can attend one of our educational events. And I will get you a copy of the laser fund that's one eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn received my book, call one eight seven six seven two three four six that's eight today. Eight seven six seven Twenty-three forty six. His abundant radio, Doug and. This is Doug Andrew welcome back to live abundant radio where I'm passionate about providing you with insights into opportunities that maybe you didn't know existed the four if.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KGO 810

"The kind of person that loves to learn by reading and getting numb Burs hearts and graphs. There's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial objective. As from college funding to retirement to emergency funds working capital for business or personal real estate. And if you're more right Brenning person, you aren't really into numbers. You learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction. It's over one hundred pages that contains that like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients examples, we change their names to protect their privacy. But you'll learn by reading the stories and examples of how people have empowered themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now one editor eight seventy six radios, the number and you can attend one of our educational events. And I will gift you a copy of the laser fund that's one eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn received my book, call one eight seven six seven two three four six that's eight. Eight seven six seven Twenty-three forty six. His is funding radio Doug Andrews. This is Doug Andrew, welcome back to live abundant radio where I'm passionate about teaching you and giving you insights into opportunities that maybe you didn't know existed before if you're just joining.

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"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"chicken soup" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"By reading and getting numbers and charts and graphs there's over two hundred pages of illustrations explaining why the laser fund can be the best solution for all kinds of financial objectives from colleagues. Funding to retirement to emergency funds working capital for business or personal real estate. And if you're more right breading person, you aren't really into numbers. You learn by stories you flip this book over and you read it the other direction. It's over one hundred pages that contains that like sixty two chicken soup for the financial soul stories actual clients examples, we change their names to protect their privacy. But you Alern by reading the stories and examples of how people have empowered themselves financially by using the laser fund so call now one eight seventy six radios, the number and you can attend one of our educational events. And I will give you a copy of the laser fund. That's one eight seven six seven two three four six please join us and learn received my book, call one eight seven six seven two three four six that's eight seven six. Seven twenty three forty six. This is abundant radio. Welcome back. This is Doug Andrew live abundant radio where I'm passionate about providing you with insights into opportunities that maybe you didn't know existed before I've been talking about our retire.

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Why Does Hot Food Seem More Satisfying?

BrainStuff

05:47 min | 3 years ago

Why Does Hot Food Seem More Satisfying?

"Hello. I'm Kevin Pollak. Yes that Kevin Pollock. What's that? I did save room for pie. Thank you. And may I offer you a slice of my new comedy podcast. It's called alchemy. This. I've gathered five hilarious improvisers. And each episode. I set the scene and the comedy gold fills your life with undeniable joy, be the first yellow your friends about Kevin politics. New comedy podcasts. Alchemy this listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff. Lauren Bogle von here. You know that ravenously hungry feeling you get after going swimming? It feels like you could go to an all you can eat buffet and make them rethink their business strategy, but although a salad or a granola bar or even the nice smooth. He would probably satisfy you a voice echoing out of the deepest recesses of your brain commands you to feed it something warm entire pizza perhaps or two giant Balza extra brisket. Please. There could be a lot of reasons why we crave warm foods when we're especially hungry, but one of them probably has to do with the link between smell and taste. We spoke with Dr Steven Sacher an associate professor in the university of Alabama department of biological sciences. Who studies the physiological design of digestive systems. He said hot food emanates much more airborne particles than cold foods. And since a large part of our taste sensation. Also involves smell hot food would therefore provide positive reinforcement and its selection. Just consider how quickly the smell of smoke from a barbecue can make you feel hungry or how no matter how tasty it will be a cold spot show. Simply doesn't stimulate the senses like a warm chilly. So even though we intellectually know that cold soup is going to be good in phila-. Sup are olfactory apparatus hasn't yet been appraised of the situation making it hard to get all the parts of the brain on the same Gus Baccio bandwagon, but smell may not be the only reason we crave a hot meal more than a cold one. Or rather it may signal a deeper reason since heating food on locks calories and nutrients, we wouldn't be able to get eating the food raw. And since our big brains are very calorie needy. Our preference for hot meals might have something to do with our brains steering us towards the most potential calories possible in the moment of hunger. According to Richard Wrangham, a biological anthropology at Harvard and author of catching fire how cooking made us human the important comparison is between foods that are cooked and differ. Only in temperature. He said. Hot food, very likely yields more net energy gain than cold food, partly because of changes in digest ability. One example is that starch becomes increasingly refractory after hot bread than cools. Which could be one reason why we like hot toast in the case of lipid, rich foods, the closer of fat is to its melting point when eaten probably the easier. It is digested however, Secker clarifies that chewing and the digestive process are both pretty good at unlocking nutrients. He said that once you've cooked hamburger, for example, eating it. Hot or cold would provide a negligible difference in calories consumed and digestion effort, but there's also the nostalgia factor. Smell is the most nostalgia triggering sense, researchers aren't entirely sure why this is. But they think it has to do with the physical way. Our brains handle information in the parts known as the limbic system. The limbic system includes the amid Dula which helps us process emotions the hippocampus which processes and stores memories and the olfactory bulb which. Passes sent input from our nasal cavity. There are direct connections. Among these three brain bits. Studies have shown that sense create more positive and more emotional senses of nostalgia than other triggers. And scientists think that's because of these close connections among sent emotion and memory in our brains while there might be some selected Dr hidden in our behavior to crave cooked food for nutritional gains are cravings and susceptibility to a rich sent in the air is very likely driven by a nice memory of the taste and smell of food right off the grill or the chicken soup that comforted you when you were sick a child, however, even small changes in temperature can make a big difference in how satisfaction food is perceived. It's important to remember that the texture foods and especially fats, like those cheese and cheese. Substitutes changes drastically within a relatively small temperature range, for example, cold pizza, delight or horror discuss. Today's episode was written by Jesulin shields and produced by Tyler playing for more on this and lots of other savory topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hi there. I'm Josh Clark of stuff, you should know. And I've just released a new ten part podcast series called the end of the world with Josh Clark. It's about existential risks all the ways that we humans my exit wipe ourselves out with the amazing new technology were beginning to develop today, like artificial intelligence. Sure, it's heavy stuff. But it's also enormously. Interesting stuff and surprisingly the series turns out to be kind of inspiring to search for it on apple podcasts. And check out the reviews from people who are already listening. It also has a lavish soundtrack with sound design by Kevin sends Ocoee and a beautiful original score by point Lobo. If you're curious person in a fan of the deep dive, check out my new series the end of the world with Josh Clark. 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Jennifer Garner Recalls Dealing With Tabloid Scrutiny While Married to Ben Affleck: I Could Cry

Lori and Julia

05:12 min | 3 years ago

Jennifer Garner Recalls Dealing With Tabloid Scrutiny While Married to Ben Affleck: I Could Cry

"The beating of this you macgregor's daughter clara brand says girlfriend mary elizabeth winstead a piece of trash his daughter is twenty one years to twenty two years old okay yeah there is an image of mary elizabeth winstead on an instagram fan page dedicated to mary elizabeth winstead and of course mary was first spotted with her fargo costar you in mcgregor in october and then his wife eva filed for divorce in january of two thousand eighteen after twenty two years three daughters and she called their divorce upsetting and disappointing they have four children and basically he he had an affair on the set of fargo that's right so she said most beautiful and talented woman on earth questionmark laughing phases oh man y'all or delusional that girl is a piece of trash about his dad's girlfriend and she said other things she's the oldest and there's a lot of anger there because the mom and dad were a happy couple and i guess the anger should probably go towards the dad yeah it's but i think it's easier to take the new person well you don't know which might not even be talking to her well exactly like you know we we don't know but she certainly does not like her but it is sad because he's got four daughters ages seven to twenty two and he goes and does that the co star and his wife found out about it when she saw them kissing in the damn late yeah it was the daily mail such a cliche such a cliche and then but this actress what's her name mary elizabeth maryland's with wednesday she actually according to the tabloids she didn't break up wanted to break up with him because she lived together and remember you mcgregor at the golden globes thanked his wife and his mistress the speed here's me thinking it was sweet but it's really so bad no it's same thank your wife your daughter in the mistress all in the same yeah and when asked about his speech his wife said i did not like his speech yep and there's divorce and mary elizabeth broke up with her guy was that riley stearns who we loved them blacklists yes ap guy so beautiful and they they broke up last may as they as she was filming fargo how can okay canada for garner yes we're going to see her on cbs sunday morning yes i'm excited about this and it's a she admits she could cry over the scrutiny over her marriage to ben affleck she said looking back on it i really feel the stress of it i really i could cry talking about it well and here's what she says is that you know when you're in the tabloids whether it's good or bad they want you to make decisions before you're ready to so when it showed ben with another woman it put all this extra pressure on her to have to do something quickly yeah and she left that get tour she said it was like the public was deciding and the tabloids were deciding how quickly i need to make decisions voice she didn't because she didn't do any make any quick decision making as far as that was concerned the pressure yeah oh i believe i'm sure that they were being followed the photo set for a decade we were constantly followed everywhere we went five or six cars trying to get the scoop on her family the for a decade during their marriage and she said looking at back at that i really just feel the stress i really could cry about how much extra energy that takes out of a person trying to run away from the paparazzi and i feel her pain i mean that is a lot yeah i like her so much that'll be good i think so too okay wife verandah lambert's married boyfriend he ghosted me she wrote an instagram she says i'm going to be fine physically thank you all for your questions i'll answer some more money feel better but right now i want to talk about real men and she said aside from the ghost scene and just very real psychological warfare and torture that happened earlier this year a man that i perfected homemade chicken soup for when he was sick cared from through so many sweating miserable day's coming off bender's decided to come calling when i was happy last week how dare i smile after all he did to break me you know that that added a new light.

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