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Michael J. Fox retiring again because of health

Here & Now

11:05 min | 2 months ago

Michael J. Fox retiring again because of health

"The nineteen eighties were good to michael. J. fox the actor shot to fame with roles in the sitcom family ties and the back to the future foods at backup. Don't have enough road to get eighty eight rows row but in nineteen ninety-one age of twenty. Nine fox was diagnosed with early onset. Parkinson's disease in two thousand. He founded the michael j. fox foundation for parkinson's research organization has raised a billion dollars to find a cure through it. All fox found a way to maintain his signature optimism until twenty eighteen when his sunny disposition took a significant hit fox underwent spinal surgery. Then a serious fall that forced him to confront his mortality. He writes about that year in his new book. No time like the future which is out this week and michael. J. fox joins me now. Welcome here tell me about that fall. Well i when dealing with my thirty thirty. Th year outlook parkinson's so that that kind of had handle on been ahead. Spinal tumor had surgery on that and it took me a while to learn how to walk again. I'd barely learn what getting when i of course declared independence until they could walk on my own. And i belong in so i got up. Walk into the kitchen swift flooring shattered my arm and all the dean indignities that was for some reason cutting blow so you as you say you were dealing not only with parkinson's for many years you've just gone through this incredibly dangerous surgery to remove a tumor from your spine. Just spend a moment there for a minute. How serious was that spinal diagnosis in was pretty seriously lifting for a while for a few years. But he's been in a benign and static wasn't doing anything from the dodgers. Just watch that check on every now and then so when the last time that checked on it had grown quite considerably was actually on spinal cord itself which then made Something that Attach because they can't in any way touch her to remove some spinal for when you touch it. But johns hopkins adopted feodor. When's your with me. Discuss the risk. The risk of not doing it where i would be paralyzed by now by as we speak from when win puts me that way i realized yeah and then there you are lying on the floor in your apartment in new york city. Your arm shattered. You'd gone through all of these challenges and gotten through them for the most part right. So where do you think the darkness came from. Why did you so desperately lose that optimism that to become known for some reason it was almost instantaneous last lemon unknown lemonade Unbelie it was angry myself for taking for granted Detention in the in the care they put into my health in my in my life and you know what family Asked me to be careful. When i said don't be careful. Careful careful Carelessly walking too fast and it was two kind of full of pride of of at my might chievements to understand the risks of taking an inadequate To at risk in all the time engine Physical therapists who put me at risk and anti alexander myself I agree as said about how they push china's within a bum. Catchy raised the land myself. They get passes the nothing it was like. I started thinking with the parkinson's community i Optimism tennessee. And i kind of said it'll be okay and and really there are people that had a misery index lot higher needle. Lend me with a broken arm. Bagging car is these are people who've lost lives homes country family children woodward by bam. Who am i to tell them to be have to miss it online on the slowly a rag or i can see why you would be angry but what about scared was scared to well. Isn't that what happened. Was that came out of that. Here that come off the floor and heavily armed fiction which function in a. I would let examined all these things. Fear aging gratitude. Just all of these things came through my mind. And as i made notes on them out for no reason Lebron you're going through something with take contemporaries in alabama a. He's not that. I said let's deceased together into the story of what happened and how i lost and regained my commitment. How might new. Optimism is kind of a little more informed with a little more realistic eating. Be realistic at the same time. You reminded us for those who need to be reminded how precious thing it is to walk. And i found the way that you described your relationship with wheelchairs to be very powerful at one point in the book said that. Unless you know the person who's pushing you can be a very isolating experience in fact you compared yourself to a piece of luggage and then you went on to say that if we could ever just look at each other in the eye we would recognize our shared humanity. And i just want to thank you for that. Because actually i had never thought of that before and those are probably things. I imagine that you for granted at some stage in your life as as being and i talked about that will move momentum me my life and and how i was always moving in in my job is an actor. Energy do stunts or having physical representations of what was happening or as an athlete another good one persona in so. When i look at things i will shares do thing one to have been nail biting person. My whole life into be can't walk in the other thing about being in the chair. Is that for me personally. I'm i'm i'm someone who is easily recognizable. Everybody knows intense speed familiar with and even if they don't know me as a privilege of what i do but when you're unsure you just a piece of luggage and pushing Order hotel something. He's escaped me from point being open to get five bucks in so you just stay in you push Facing the wall can't get into the verbally again. Like you will not have Beings open as they are. They might as well. Apple's own smoke last bubbles. Is that people to be going on with him. Well let's talk about your acting career. The thing that made it so that people recognize you on the street. You've gotten roles in recent years. The didn't hide the fact that you had parkinson's symptoms but actually incorporated that into the role such as louis canning of courses. The lawyer on the tv drama. The good wife with listen to a scene there. I suffer from a condition turtle disconnect asia which is released a funny word for neurological disorder. And it makes me do this. And this i if you just look at me all of us to it so and i won't mind in the book you say that you're ready to accept the your acting career is over to an extent i i laugh in fact it's something surprisingly something to change but yeah the last couple times. I acted i actually. I haven't played warners again anyway. Resume lines difficulty for some reason. Always been some interesting. Even with. I look at her family. Ties scripted from five minutes Show and i just said they photographic memories Position where i didn't know struggling with the lines Lear capital in time in hollywood going off assessing what. What is the deal. But unlike him in that movie. Who's parading himself really angry when i found myself in that position. I said i'll gable. This isn't working so maybe we'll find some other way to do it or not. Do you also say you may be done with gulf another thing that you've loved. How is it letting these things go or acknowledging that it might be time soon to let them go. Insights about acceptance and gratitude and acceptance. Part of it is what is accepted into circuit. That is what liz i can deal with that. An investing came endeavor to change it. But if you don't accept the and be more blog that be cranny of your life Adjusted so. I accepted the fact that i assume golf club too hard. I fall down in a like boohoo. I'm falling nanosecond. Only now therefore i don't put myself in that position again fall down on but maybe one day i'll be treated in a way or find some way to get so. I don't fall down in the gulf again. I'll be grateful for it. It's just a matter. Is that come compartmentalizing really. It's taking inventory seeing where that fits in your life and the losses that have had are more than compensated for by my family my friends by the role habit in the parsis communities it change to relationships with people on the street to how much i enjoy reading how much film much writing is less to joe you live. I'm speaking with michael j. fox whose new book is called no time like the future and optimists considers mortality and michael. Similar listening to this may have just been diagnosed with parkinson's and that could be very frightening for them as you. Well know in fact you become an ambassador of sorts. For for folks with parkinson's what's your message to people who've just recently been diagnosed as i was talking to manually. Today's few was just diagnosed in like me was diagnosed. Daytona nine Items that was twenty nine years ago. So i did. I said for you. Being diagnosed a twenty nine means for sure no doubt bank on it. Better write it down. It will be here in your lifetime. And how much credit can the fox foundation take for that. I will take not moods. It'd be happy happened. We we are the largest funded research in private sector but never a mission. Our mission is we have a thing. When we first started we about how to structure foundation dissimilar brought up endowments down like e bala money said on this again and said we won't be doing that. Come to go out so we operated on then in the set aside purely motive. Where would you do it. It's your model that each is trying to get this work done as quickly as we can for people in. It's been so yeah. Optimism is is a driver knows every night. You because because there's no sense doing something again at least argue for michael j. fox thank you so much. Be well you to

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The Power of Praise and Recognition

Dose of Leadership

07:13 min | 1 year ago

The Power of Praise and Recognition

"Today. Talk about the power of praise and recognition. I think a critical piece piece. When you're looking at organization creating culture wanted to be intentional about creating a culture it's often overlooked? We know how to do it effectively. No we don't know how to do it effectively. I think when you're looking at a culture of leadership of decentralized leadership or count abilities a huge piece a huge part pardon accountability equation is the praise in recognition piece particular. Your high performers recognition and praise moves the culture engagement needle more than anything else it really does was taken by Harvard. Business Review Study came out about five years ago and I was using it when I was had a ASPECT ASPECT OF BUSINESS. I was really pushing to do internal PODCASTS for organizations. I I use the study in my marketing material and it said when you're looking at organizations where the engagement piece you know. Two thirds of our employees aren't really that engaged. So how do we move that needle and there are three things that moved it more than anything else. And the first this one was consistent communication from senior leader and communicating where this organization's going. And why it's going that way. The second thing that moves the needle is knowing how my job is a key. Stakeholder no visitation if I fully understand how my job fits into where this organization is going and why and then the third thing that moved the needle needle more than anything else was sincere praise and recognition sincere praise and recognition. Why is that? Why is that so effective? Well I mean think about human nature. You're thinking about yourself. I think first and foremost the reason why sincere praise and I'm always saying sincere because it has to be authentic. It has to be genuine. The reason why it's so effective it builds. Let's trust. We know this intuitively right. It builds a culture of trust if our people feel valued and respected if we feel valued and respected and we become intentional consistent about pointing out in recognizing this is key when things are going well when things and talking openly about it all the time. The people are going to start to feel like we have their best interests in mind. You know that is a recipient right if you've if you feel like you're valued respected if you're consistently hearing from your senior leaders and praising you for the little things when things are going well then you're gonNA start to feel like hey maybe this organization. Maybe this leader has their best interests in mind. So I think intuitively. We know that right. It makes sense. This consistency is the key in talk about that more in depth as we go on this conversation nation but when we give praise sincerely and often this is important. This is why the trust it builds so so well because you build up a trust reservoir and you're consistently giving pray sincerely and often particularly when things are going well you build up a trust reservoir. You build up a reserve if you will a reserve that you can draw upon and Nisa key that you can draw upon when things go bad it makes having difficult conversations easier that's why it's so effective to be good and the intentional about this praise and recognition. But why do we do so infrequently. We don't do it enough. I know we don't you know why is it. We only Dole it out twice a year you know. Why do we only give it out once during our performance reviews and we sit down with our folks or or during an annual survey and speaking of surveys? It's always always the number one or two complain. Those annual surveys right. I mean how many years the eighteen years I spent in the corporate arena and all those surveys that I did every year. What always came out on top? The people complaining about look. I just don't feel like senior leadership understands that they don't recognize me for when I do a good job. Not Being recognized recognized for a job. Well done it's always on the top of every surveys and I challenge. I bet you see the same thing you organization. The bottom line is missing out on a tremendous opportunity to move this culture alter needle but why is it so hard. And what can we do about it. I think we make it harder than we need to. It's hard because there's a level of intensity bound it's it's it's hard because it's like exercising any any other habit or personal thing that we know is the right thing to do but it's difficult it. You know an exercising really. Isn't that the mechanics. The thought of it getting up thirty minutes early and doing pushups and setups and drinking. Some water isn't really all that hard in theory but it's hard because I don't know embrace the norms. I I think I think it's hard because we seem to think we shouldn't go overboard on right. I mean that's one of the reasons. There's always that risk of that. We feel like if we give too much praise in pointing out things all the time then it becomes meaningless. It becomes cheap kind of like the participation Trophy Syndrome right that we're all all that seems to be popular like why. Why give everybody a trophy? You know just kind of cheapens the the award right so I think that fear or is there you know. We think that praise should be held out for only the special occasions you know the bank with the ceremony and the re retirement etc right. So I think that's part of it but the other part of it is. I think that were were wired to not see the positive I think culturally our brought up you know in particular as we get into leadership and management were always in the problem solving mode more our existence as leaders and managers are are. Our justice is justified. Because we're we're paid to deal with the uncertainty. The challenges the big problems that plague every day. I mean that's why we get paid paid air quote the big bucks for to solve the problems. We don't notice we're not wired to notice when things are going right right. I mean if you're a parent you don't notice when your kids aren't fighting why to notice when they're not fighting you kind of it's kind of an expectation of an is supposed to fight. We don't notice the absence of problems instead. We become blinded by the problems that we face and because we're blinded by we never fully notice notice really when things are going right or we don't fully appreciate when things are going right. That's tends to be the problem. We typically don't don't have a problem recognizing the big accomplishments right. I think that's that's part of it too. You know the record. Breakers the monumental task the chievements the overcoming the the the unexpected acted. But when you think about it recognizing the big accomplishment or breaking a record. I mean that's to be expected so do it really doesn't quite have the impact of genuine praise right not this is. This isn't the type of phrase that I'm talking about. That really moves the needle. Of course I it should be recognized if I break the company sales record. I'm owed that it's an expectation and I'll be glad to receive whatever reward award that comes with that for breaking the records. I'm but I'm owed that It never regardless of whatever receive on that kind of breaking that big accomplishment. How's it never fully satisfies my human desire for authentic and genuine praise? Everybody wants it. Everybody needs it.

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The astronomer who took gay rights to the Supreme Court

Retropod

05:31 min | 1 year ago

The astronomer who took gay rights to the Supreme Court

"It was quite life for a man whose formal occupation was other worldly by which I mean he was Strana and a Harvard educated one at that but in the summations of his extraordinary life one of the most not bullock chievements went largely unmentioned actually it wasn't really an achievement at least not yet he was about the time he we lost and lost big after fighting in World War Two Kennedy returned to the States picked up a PhD and Harvard then moved to Washington taking a job with the army map service it was nine thousand nine hundred fifty seven he was gay and back then that was considered immoral and unacceptable after his bosses learned he had been arrested a gay cruising area not far from the White House they sent him a letter saying he was fired Yes for being gay there's some of their conversation that was featured on the podcast making history lean while by that time I had decided that basically what this amounted to a declaration of war against me by my government a grant my government the right to declare war against me and be I tend not to lose my wars Kennedy sent letters lots of letters all the way up to the Oval Office nobody did a thing nobody cared the anger it never abated in fact you got worse so many turned to the legal system for health he sued the government that didn't go so well either juris series of failures to move his case Ford Kennedy's Attorney Essentially gave up candy of course did not on his own with no legal training Kennedy wrote and filed a pro se appeal to the Supreme Court this was the first time that the rights of gays or lack thereof were taken to the nation's highest court Kinney's legal reasoning sounds familiar today but was historic event tolerating gays he argued wasn't enough the constitution itself required equal treatment he wrote in his arguments to the court in World War Two petitioner did not hesitate to fight the Germans with bullets in order to help preserve his rights and freedoms and liberties and those of others in one thousand nine hundred sixty it is ironically necessary that he fight the Americans with words in order to preserve against tyrannical government some of those same rights freedoms and liberties for himself and others he asked the court to allow him to engage in that battle in then he waited learned this loss by reading a one paragraph news item in the Washington store he was defeated deflated letter of apology. Cammie finally was satisfied apology accepted he said Slash Retro pod.

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"chievements" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"chievements" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He welcome to get a book that you can call us at two and two choices even now call us at two and two. Two two four six forty two thirty seven two two two four six forty two thirty seven. For this man. Who had the cancer in the brain deliver the kidney cancer traveled to the brain we immediately started treatment. We immediately gave him medicines. And he got immediately better. Speaking of getting better. I want to speak of out of fifty nine year old woman. Born in Dominican Republic. She's married with two sons, whose nosed at carcinoma of the lung adenocarcinoma of the left, upper long shed a pet scan that was positive should've MRI, that was positive. And this woman who just fell down, head trauma, kind of like the supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who just found her house and broken ribs and at a cat scan. And for her case, there were two nachos and jets surgery and was out of work for months or patient fell down to. She had a cat scan and pet scan and she had added no carcinoma lung, but at fifty nine years old. She did not want to have anyone open up her long, or her body. This woman never smoked. She had no secondhand smoke. She was worked up another hospital. They were pushing her to have surgery and she refused. And I met with her. She had a three centimeter mass in the left upper. Along her physical exam totally normal tells you what happens if a doctor listens to the lungs. You can't really hear a cancer in the lung until it's a very large size. This woman had a normal, physical exam, should a three point two centimeter cancer along. And unlike the supreme court, judge judge this woman chose our treatment is too few chievements noninvasive pinpoint treatments. She laid on a table. The found the cancer and sending thousands of invisible beams no side effects. And now two years later in remission. She came this week for checkup. No evidence of cancer. The cancer has gone, she's not gone. She's doing well and very pleased with her noninvasive treatment shed no downtime, so different than those people who have opened surgery and lose part of their long and lose part of the agreement. Breathing capacity. Our patient had no. Downtime. She came in got a treatment and carried on all her normal activities. And in a similar vein, and other patients sixty nine year old man he's married. Real estate brokers. He's married. He had cancer of the tongue it a squamous cancer of the tongue at standard treatment at one of the big hospitals, and he had chemo and radiation. He had urban taxes immunotherapy it. She finished. He finished a treatment, and he started losing weight. He lost fifty pounds and then he had cat scans showing Najah in the lungs, and he started getting bigger Najah -als, and it had a biopsy that was medicine cancer from the tongue to the lungs, and he started chemotherapy and immunotherapy for more than a year. And the cancers were getting bigger and bigger even though he was getting immunotherapy and even those getting chemotherapy, the cancer is getting bigger and the SS doctors, what's happening. How am I doing? And the doctors told him that the x rays were. Were fuzzy. Well, the patient, then came to me, because he was fed up with number one treatment, not working. He was fed up with not getting straight answers. So often doctors are fearful of giving the patient the real answer. So I told him it's fuzzy when, in fact I saw the records and I reviewed it with the patient, and it was very clear from all the reports the cancer was getting bigger and bigger and bigger on immunotherapy and chemotherapy. And when the patients said fuzzy, I remember when I was a child that was a little poem, when I was eight years old fuzzy wuzzy was a bear fuzzy wuzzy cut his hair fuzzy wuzzy wasn't fuzzy. And was he and the patient started laughing because he to remember that same poem about fuzzy wuzzy was a bear, while there was no fuzziness, and the cat scans, there was no fuzziness in the pet scans? The doctor just wasn't telling the patient the straight information. And I show the patient here. It is every cat scan shows the is getting worse on your chemotherapy on your immunotherapy. I know that lots of people are talking about mill therapy like at something so special well few patients, it is. But for the majority is not and for this patient, it was not the cancer kept on growing. There was nothing fuzzy about it and he came here with cancer in the right lung and left languishing to be evaluated for treatment wishing to learn his options wishing to know if there were other options because came doctor told him that he would need chemo therapy for the rest of his life. Well, this patient didn't want chemotherapy for the rest of his life. You came more than a year ago to me. We offer all the options he chose our treatment. Yeah. Just a few treatments to the cancer, the right lung and left lung. And here he is in remission. There's no spread of the cancer, the cancer, we treated as gone, just with a few treatments had he stayed with the chemo. Dr Who probably would have had another year of chemotherapy or two more years of chemotherapy, not working costing ten thousand dollars a month. The beauty of competition, the beauty of listening here and learning about all the options, which this van, did he listened, he learned he benefited he came here he was treated, and he's been in remission now for more than a year with no other treatment. So if you're getting chemo, months and months and years of came on it was not working not getting better. It's probably time to call two one two choices.

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"chievements" Discussed on Pick the Brain

Pick the Brain

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"chievements" Discussed on Pick the Brain

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"chievements" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"chievements" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"The Iran deal use the air quotes because some chievements that was it nuclearising providing a path to it for a death to America crowd. Mike Flynn was a vocal critic of this of the Iran deal. A vocal critic. Obama's team had a take him out, just like they spied on people up on the hill or were opponents of the deal. What did they do? They use their contacts with British intelligence people to have Flynn come overseas to a Cambridge seminar where they a Russian woman, Russian students flips spent Lionel Cova Sadeq across the table from Flynn and allegations surface shortly thereafter, when Flynn's opposition grew to the Iran deal that Flynn was colluding with the Russians may have had some kind of elicit relationship with this Russian woman to stories entirely debunked. It is totally ridiculous. The boyfriend of the woman, says, I don't know what you're talking about. I picked her up that night people, there would Flynn from the DIA Defense Intelligence Agency, said that's utterly absurd. Nothing inappropriate happened at all. In other words, ladies and gentlemen, what they're really hiding do this classification and what they're reluctant to put out is what I've been telling you for two years. The Obama administration used our own domestic intelligence agencies, their contacts, how and others and. Overseas contacts in intelligence agencies like, dear love. Christopher Andrew and others to set people up in frame them. Clearest dad. Yeah. That's what they're hiding. The CIA was not being used and their intelligence contacts overseas to develop portfolios of quality intelligence decision makers could make decisions on. They were being used to frame opponents of the Obama administration. Now. Why anyone in the CIA now including its director and others in the law enforcement community are still insisting on, as I say, not taking the L is bizarre take the l you're going to lose take the loss. It's over your card, just come clean. It's over stop the nonsense. You're I know which I understand what you think you're doing. What you think you're doing is you think the longer you put this off interest in it's going to Wayne and you'll slowly.

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An Interview with Peter Gabriel

What It Takes

05:56 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with Peter Gabriel

"That. One of the first obstacles Peter Gabriel had to overcome on his way to start him was the disapproval of that fancy boarding school where he and his classmates formed Genesis. So guys. The sheet. Though benny. He talked about the band's somewhat subversive beginnings during his interview with Mary Jordan for the academy of chievements in two thousand eighteen there was a lot of discussion about whether we should continue with music in those other school. Now would be very proud of Genesis history. They want very supportive they sort of total rated a rogue group. And remember, my grandmother was told not to carry on playing and mixing with this reputable types. And so this was something that for us was really important because it was not quite Tom Brown's schooldays, but it was a formal English cool with discipline. Not a lot of compassion and the tighter the discipline the moon human nature wants to. Rebel against it. So music was alway in those film, Lindsay Anderson cold if which sort of catch it, I think the emotion of the experience stand up dresses Dresses you. you. Something indecent about you. Try to the way you slide about you think we'd unnoticed with your hands in your pockets the way you just sit looking at everyone you have become a danger to the morale of the whole house. You can take that cheap. It'll grin feel knife. The movie if is an icon of British counterculture, and it actually came out the very year. Genesis put out there. I Alba nineteen sixty eight they produced it during their summer break from school and called the album from Genesis to revelation. But the joke was lost on record stores that placed it in the religious music Benz. It would take a few more years for Genesis to break. Did you yourself as a songwriter or a singer? I so myself as the drama I and some writer. Yeah, we were planning to be summarizes. We didn't really want to be a group. The harsh reality of dreams of writing hits. Is that no one is interested in recruiting? So. We had to stop playing themselves. And then that evolved we in at wanted to explore different types of music. You know, it was the beginning of the sixties and. Merging different styles seem to us to be exciting thing and revolution Rian. So that's what we were trying to do. They were called folk blues mystical or progressive rock, sometimes art house rock did anyone influence you in songwriting music. So many people, you know, I think you instinctively absorbed from whatever you're hearing. You know, which is why my ten year is DeJean away to school. So if my next record sounds like Justin Bieber, you know, what? But it was arm be blues. So and the beat boom, you know, the Beatles were I was thirteen in ninety sixty three when I had love me do on the radio in the back of my parents call and I it's people don't think of the Beatles as sort of rough and revolutionary, but at that time, it was also of shelling by seeing sweet sounding songs and this rough tough ban sound in love me. Do was very very different love love meeting. Yeah. So please, please me was what the fest record our boat with my pocket money. But Otis Redding was the king for me. And I was lucky enough at seventeen to. To go down to the ram jam club in Brixton here on to a maybe three white faces that was the best gig of my life still to this day. Well, it was like the sun coming out just this womb. And then this amazing voice band generosity. You know? I mean Springsteen gives a ton when he performs, but but Otis Pinson. In my opinion. So it was just. Something else. I mean, I guess I was right. You know, I think what hits us hard. When was seventeen stays with us for life. And that was that was it

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To achieve zero hunger, we need to invest in women and girls: UN specialist

UN News

04:45 min | 2 years ago

To achieve zero hunger, we need to invest in women and girls: UN specialist

"This is Conan from UN. News International Women's Day is not to celebrate the chievements of women worldwide and to shine a light on persistent, gender inequality. According to the food and Agriculture Organization or FAO women represent forty five percent of the total agricultural labor force. But they're denied equal access to economic and social opportunities calling for the same access as men to land of good quality and an expansion of women run farms FAO's, senior gender officer taco Jay explained to shown at Lomas that women in rural areas need enough resources to uplift them from hunger and poverty to achieve gender equality need to look at different issues at a social level when we talk about women status and condition the way they perceived in the communities, first of all we have to overcome the barrier of immune slow. Levels of education. We know for instance, that illiteracy is much higher among women in most of the regions in the world the economic level about economic opportunities in accessing productivity sources, but also markets the economic opportunities equal pay for equal work, the non-discrimination the workplace so that we can also enabled to buy high level positions the participation in leadership. So those key issues that need to be addressed. And what is the relationship between Hunga and gender inequality to achieve zero hunger. We really have to invest in women and girls. This is the smartest shortcuts to end hunger by twenty still in the developing world, many girls still spent too much time fetching water because we don't have what the provisioning in rural. Areas is still a challenge for many countries. So instead of pusuing an education and having better chances to lift themselves out of poverty in the future. Many girls still spent time fetching for the family and the community what measures are needed to improve gender equality for rural women making sure that we mean, including young women have access and control over land over the technologies over innovations over the credit, the finances that they have access to market opportunities that they can improve the quality of the produce and meet the standards so that they can also export to global niche markets. We need to invest in labor saving technologies. It's difficult to see five women pounding millet for two hours just to prepare one single meal, and unless we address the technology issue to reduce remains with whether so that they can not only increase. Production, but improve the quality of the produce. We'll keep state a slow because if they spend that much time pounding millet, they cannot really engage in a market oriented activity. Obviously, we can't talk about gender without talking about men how can men support gender equality men and boys can be very powerful agents of change to promote and support the equality, whether the customer leaders or religious leaders who have a lot of power at local level. It's critical that we also engage men to support and promote the change change to remove in. For instance, the food taboos that prevent women from accessing nutritious food, which is key not only for the health, but also for the nutrition of the children, but also the removal of all these barriers to women. Right to own land to control Lance the right to to inherit the right to lease the right to own the right by the right to sell out, and it is all embedded in a set of norms and customs in Moscow communities. So we need to address those underlying constraints to means equal access to land of good quality. So that they can also expand a farms produce more sell more and have enough resources to uplift themselves out of hung in poverty.

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The Story of Burt's Bees and Roxanne Quimby

How I Built This

05:09 min | 2 years ago

The Story of Burt's Bees and Roxanne Quimby

"Show. How Roxanne Quimby took a roadside Honey stand in rural Maine and turned it into birds bees. One of the biggest natural personal care brands in America. Every Sunday at my local farmer's market. There are people who sell homemade hot sauce and handcrafted wallets. There's seemed a woman who sells mohair scarves using the mohair from her inquiry. Goats imagine going to your local farmers market in say main back in the mid nineteen eighties. And if you happen to be near Bangor, you might have come across Roxanne Quimby and Bert shabby. It's selling jars of Honey Honey from birds owned beehives charming, right? Maybe buy jar and move on. And Roxanne would keep undoing what they were doing. You. Do it. You were doing except Roxanne thought. Hey, could we make in sell candles from all the beeswax we have or could we use the beeswax to make other stuff? Okay. So you can kind of figure out where this is headed. Because that of course is what happened and even though Roxanne and Bert never intend. Added to build a billion dollar brand or even a million dollar brand. It just happened. Of course, a lot of that had to do with Roxanne's passion and drive, but the idea was never to build something massive. It was a farmer's market product today walk into any drugstore in the US or even overseas in you will find an impressive display of birds bees products lip balm lotions, soaps, shampoos all labeled with the face of a heavily bearded man named Burt. The likelihood that Roxanne Quimby would build a massive company or any company at all was so implausible back in the early nineteen eighty s when she was a single mom waiting tables at a diner and a decade before that she drove across the country from Massachusetts where she was from to San Francisco seeking out a simpler life a life without lots of material needs. It was adventure. To go all the way to the west coast from New England and New York, it was a great unknown. And I had always wanted to be an artist from the time I was five. So it seemed like a natural place to go to art school. I guess you got there and what like nineteen seventy around. Then get tummy what tell me what your impressions of San Francisco were like at the time. I think San Francisco kind of unlocked itself to me while I was there. It was a pretty little town. But the depth of experience that I had their took some time to assimilate and understand, you know, I I cross a great cultural bridge while I was out there. What do you mean by that? I learned to think differently and to probe more deeply everything needed to be reevaluated. And looked at again. So you start to sink like what you're all the way you thought of the world before was this wrong. Well, it was too limited. And I think that the material world was too important. And really it's not as important as I was taught that it was we were encouraged to make a good living. Both of my sisters had MBA's. Like, my dad did and earning power and ones that chievements were emphasized, and I took a turn to the extreme left when I went to art school and rejected the pursuit of material comforts who's really quite wonderful. Yeah. And and so you're in San Francisco, and you're kind of going through this. The transformation this personal transformation? Can of rejecting your go out and money kind of way, you were raised which was way, many many many people raised and what did you think? Did you think I don't need that life? I want a different life. What was what did you start to think about the life? You wanted to have. Well, I wanted meaning and I wanted to live deeply I was very influenced by throw who wrote about it quite beautifully. I was looking for transcendence. I just my world just got bigger, and I felt my relationship with it expanded. I I guess you had a boyfriend in San Francisco at the time and the two of you decided to like go off around the country to find a place to live. Yeah. This is George Saint Clair boyfriend at the time. And and and so we would you guys. Do you just

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"chievements" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"But always have a sense of chievements do something you love start sooner than later. Hazards has definitely yes. I look forward to spending my time. My way though, I'm appreciated to have employment and good wage. I'm still servant to an alarm clock and someone else's rules. Margie says she says Trish, very true can't to turn that alarm off for good unless it's for something fun. And she goes on to say by all means, I am looking forward to retirement I worked for forty seven years and now only seven days away from one of the biggest highlights of my life retirement is like graduation data me. I know I have worked so hard to earn this moment. Very first now onto other important things in my life. Ernie lands for it. He says never retire repurpose or renew but never retire. To gender. I believe I look forward to retiring. So I can spend more time on things that I loved to do writing lecturing hiking biking running excetera. And berry. Barrett says no way, no mention of it in the bible. Folks. No that was a little bit different. Actually that was drastically different than any other QA. I've done just in reading those and not making a comment. And again, this is one where I want people to share freely. I'm not trying to put judgment on either side. Obviously, we started off with zigzag message. And he stated where he stands on retirement. That is how I was raised admittedly, but just want to be cautious. I want to just temple's just a showcase what was shared for those looking forward to retirement. This is just just calm nation of what was said the testimony is that those folks are not where they want to be. They're not doing what they want to do right now, not fully they want freedom of time money possibilities and opportunities many admit to only working to earn necessary money. They long to in quotes live the light they desire and do what they really want to do. They want to invest time into their passions. They. Zeier purpose in their lives. They wanna more rewarding challenge in life. They want to work for themselves and not someone else. They want to give back to others. They want to invest in themselves now for those not intending to retire. They testified they basically feel they are achieving all those things already. They love what they do. They feel free. They have purpose. They don't understand why they were tire while they do make money at their work. That's not the primary reason for working they feel they are serving others in their work. So it brings up questions the potteries at fair, the some are experiencing those fruits right now in the prime of their life. And some are not. I mean, do you believe its luck of the draw some get to have those awards now some just have to do the grind? And hopefully, enjoy those rewards those fruits later if possible and some thoughts on that is it fair to expect we will live to retirement age and be able to finally go. After those meaningful pursuits later. Are you growing your health? So that retirement age, you do have the physical mental ability to still engage in all those meaningful pursuits. Would a million dollars showing up in your Bank account today radically alter your life's devotion? Would you continue doing the work that you are doing today in? That's the case. What does that say somewhat about priorities and realities in your today life, does it make sense we are to take the most productive years of our lives and spend them minimize from our purpose beliefs callings, convictions, desires and hope again that will have enough time money and health in the twilight of our lives to pursue and hopefully achieve them. And here's an interesting somewhat of a side perspective before wrap up the show, my great friend and business partner..

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"chievements" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on The Jump

"Mcdonald's all American game was the most memorable high school at chievements that I can imagine. Because I remember the tenth grade. I was like on a plan that game that I saw Jason Kidd playing and other great players of of the past. So it was just like for me to get that letter to go to the McDonald's game. I was a dream come true to that point. Because that's all I ever wanted to do until I got the college. So it was just like, wow, I made it. Roxetta? Do stuff the rant within three ball from out front. That's it. Breakout jam? Welcome back to the jump that fun to watch. We are so pleased to be announcing the official rosters for the two thousand nineteen boys and girls high school all America games. The kids watching at home don't know if they've made it so welcome to all of you. Watching the show if you skip school today, we won't tell anyone here's the roster for the boys east team. Congratulations. A couple of names to note are Vernon Carey junior rank third in the ESPN new top one hundred he is heading to wear out, Tracy. He's heading to do. Because of course, they get everyone as well. As fourth rank as a steward who is committed to Washington coal. Anthony is the second overall player in the top one hundred he's undecided. But he's also the son of our friend, Greg Anthony who played eleven seasons in the NBA. Jackie. I love I'm partial to the sons of the NBA players coming through the ranks just because some of these kids we've seen them at shoot around. Dave. Literally their entire lives. And you do know that's how we know. We're getting well like, my friend. These people father Tito Horford Tito Horford used to give you the hardest time in L were for doesn't give you any trouble. Junior. Right. Even tempered. His kids kids are the chip off the old block. Yes. Tom soon and Klay Thompson, very very loquacious. Yes. Probably. Yes. Salon. I will your own kids or nice high school. So. Wait. Got any Pippen his son recently committed to college we move. Oh, that's right. Here's the boys west team roster. Now, you guys know we have a huge AirAsia contingent on our producing staff, Danny Avon producer Schwartz very excited about a couple of Wildcats your seventh-ranked. Josh green, nineteenth rank Nico swampy manual. The west team number one ranked player in the class of two thousand nine James wise going to Memphis to play for penny. Hardaway team MAC, maybe taking a little bit way from from coach K's. Guy. Right there y'all can't tell me nothing about no Penny Hardaway, but. Guy for recruiting outward. Little bit took me back. This guy play for Miami east high school. I think that's where penny coasts that the four. He took the Memphis job. So he's right there in his backyard. No way penny was going to let this guy. Get out of state penny said last month terrip Barnes. Little penny is working out right now. Coming back. I just it was one of the most exciting things that happen to me. What do you mean to you? You were selected as it. Mcdonald's all American you had the day. Just like today where you found out probably not on national TV got a phone call maybe nineteen Ninety-seven. What was it like when you found out you were selected for this game? I was over way I'm blitzing motion. Because I was a guy that was down in central Florida that was unknown. And it's a summer for me to go and play against nationally ranked guys to put my name in that bag, and I came out of the other number one player. So for me to come from nowhere, not having any type of exposure, no recognition. So the number one player that year was for nominal and to to get McDonald's. You know picked up by him. It was you know, watching Vince Carter my cousin at the time. Brian these guys. Awesome. You know, this gain to me is always so interesting because sometimes the the MVP the game you say, okay. Well, he's going to be the one projects out in both. I was gonna tell you something two thousand seven McDonald's. All American game. James harden, outscored by cost Kufa lls. Okay. You got gotta watch the bench. Guess two thousand ten yards soldier was co MVP of this game. Curry Irving was not okay. Two thousand six Katie shared MVP honors with can you remember chase under? Jay valley ball player that producing any says in my air bear down..

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"chievements" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

Go Beyond Disruption

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

"You're also former any finance director since setting up goes into chievements, you've trained coached and mentored and excess of five thousand accountants and other professionals Duncan what else can you tell us about yourself? Yeah. Thanks. Thanks. Invade me to be in the podcast. I've been speaking Sima, local events conferences and on Wepener since two thousand seven up also in many articles vigil publications on to Article V. This year. On job interview preparation which was part of a cities that the running to actually help people prepare for the next job that people probably also know me through link tin on some of the other social media platforms, plus my to rape sites where I've got to probably in excess of NAFTA coz goes in the evenings stall comb on goes shipments. Doku your K and another way people may roll, no me, and the UK is that I actually was part of the program planning team for Shema southeast England for a couple of years. So people we may well, no me through that avenue to so woman to our audience Dunkin start off by saying disruption as constant it's nothing new. What was the last really significant disruption in the profession, and what was some of the. First transformations. You saw in the organizations you with a yeah. I think for me all of the last significant disruption in McCain profession, really with those what can in organizations as management kittens. And that was an rowing the change in role. I think as we saw the cost of technology. Researchers on a lot of the transaction process and been moved into shared services centers, think Lewis in finance functions were increasingly been asked to take on business partner and roles, and I think what that did was it really brought into focus the importance of having a much broader safe, skills and qualities for some. This was something that the really relished think others who perhaps happier being in the bike get owned and dealing with the numbers. It was a bit more of a struggle in terms of transformations on a pastoral. The ice. Oh, I think one of the things I saw in terms of transformation was in the way in which we actually looked in organizations the way we measure performance in the business. So I go by often it's been around a long time. No, they balanced scorecard. I think what I did was really brought into focus the role of management curtains and tracking performance on the key drivers of organizational success, a nor just traditional financial metrics. Can.

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"chievements" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

Go Beyond Disruption

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

"You're also former any finance director since setting up goes into chievements, you've trained coached and mentored and excess of five thousand accountants and other professionals Duncan what else can you tell us about yourself? Yeah. Thanks. Thanks. Invade me to be in the podcast. I've been speaking Sima, local events conferences and on Wepener since two thousand seven up also in many articles vigil publications on to Article V. This year. On job interview preparation which was part of a cities that the running to actually help people prepare for the next job that people probably also know me through link tin on some of the other social media platforms, plus my to rape sites where I've got to probably in excess of NAFTA coz goes in the evenings stall comb on goes shipments. Doku your K and another way people may roll, no me, and the UK is that I actually was part of the program planning team for Shema southeast England for a couple of years. So people we may well, no me through that avenue to so woman to our audience Dunkin start off by saying disruption as constant it's nothing new. What was the last really significant disruption in the profession, and what was some of the. First transformations. You saw in the organizations you with a yeah. I think for me all of the last significant disruption in McCain profession, really with those what can in organizations as management kittens. And that was an rowing the change in role. I think as we saw the cost of technology. Researchers on a lot of the transaction process and been moved into shared services centers, think Lewis in finance functions were increasingly been asked to take on business partner and roles, and I think what that did was it really brought into focus the importance of having a much broader safe, skills and qualities for some. This was something that the really relished think others who perhaps happier being in the bike get owned and dealing with the numbers. It was a bit more of a struggle in terms of transformations on a pastoral. The ice. Oh, I think one of the things I saw in terms of transformation was in the way in which we actually looked in organizations the way we measure performance in the business. So I go by often it's been around a long time. No, they balanced scorecard. I think what I did was really brought into focus the role of management curtains and tracking performance on the key drivers of organizational success, a nor just traditional financial metrics. Can.

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"chievements" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Just a generation of great artists come from skateboarding, and I think whether it's customization of your board or the graphics are artists are filmmakers who filmed or like myself. I was Filmer, I sucked. So I. Everybody, you know, spikes kind of the was the poster boy for that working, you know? And he's a friend and collaborator and a mentor, and I think he does represent. I'm not an ambassador for the culture. I'm just a kid who it affected spike is a really good artists to come from that world at that time on the other parallel, the surf in this game boarding is the crazier the thing you pulled off or the more kind of reckless, and it somehow work the more cachet you kind of have in your group like, oh, shit, just like when he's out of his mind moving when he falls, not wanna spoke, but he does a thing that he lands below a building. This is who that was cool. I mean, that's what gains him respect along with sexual chievements. Right? So it's like in the movie, there's a scene where he has for sexual encounter, and it's it's kind of is very uncomfortable to watch a young kid, you know, and the girls older and not only is it the pain you endure that gets you up through the animal kingdom. You know sexuality at that time, at least from my perspective, in a truth away was taught as like as opposed to joyous connection. It was currency. Yeah, to get respect. Right. Which is lessons we're all having unlearn now, right. So to me, just whether it's the homophobic language, whether it's the misogyny, whether it's all this stuff I wanted to try and be authentic, and I wanted to be raw, and it is hard to watch a lot of the time. Yeah, but it's the truth, and I really the people. I've worked with my heroes that have mentored me the most. They're not more or less filmmakers. I don't really want to be a moralist. I've kinda wanna like present a pallet and let the audience decide how they feel. And that's one of the reasons I liked the movie because it doesn't shy away from things that are hard to watch in my opinion, whether that self abuse, whether that's, you know, the way people speak to one another. I just wanted to show people fronting for one another. And then what it's like privately also, you well, I think that's been a real conundrum the last couple years. You saw it with the game of thrones the of that show when people about some of the content and the shows to me into woman and and it's like, this is show dragons in, you know, this is a complete alternate universe and everybody's off what everybody forgot. Someone was saying about, talk show hosts how now they have to be like our moral guides all the sudden. In culture and it's like a no dog your comedian, like you tell jokes, you know, like like to me, putting something in a film isn't supporting it. It's showing it what's also art that you're creating characters and you're not condone in the behavior of the character. Sometimes Jan I don't know. I just think I, I hope if I'm looking the reward of all this is I'd get to make another movie. All I wanna do is just make movies. I love it. I hope to always make complex challenging characters that aren't as easy to sort of like take away what you feel about them. These kids do some horrible like ultimately their there from one another. And so it's not so black and white. And to me, movies are their best when things aren't so black and white. Let's take a break to talk about the Microsoft surface needed device that helps you get stuff done, but is also perfect when you want to catch up on some fun like streaming live sports, checking on your fantasy team, check out the latest member of the Microsoft surface family. It's the new surface pro six..

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The USMCA keeps Canada in America's thrall

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:40 min | 2 years ago

The USMCA keeps Canada in America's thrall

"Do not call it NAFTA two point. Oh, or the marika's trade deal has a new name. The name US MCA does not have the same flow NAFTA. We've been making quite a meal of that tonight, but Canada's liberal government says that the deal itself, the new US Mexico Canada agreement is an improvement to the old document. The conservative party of Canada is not so sure. Today leader, Andrew Scheer, said, Canada, quote, failed to achieve progress on key issues while giving ground to the u. s. Peter MacKay used to be Mr.. Cheers colleague, his former cabinet minister in prime minister, Stephen Harper's government. We reach Mr. MacKay in Toronto. This McKay Canada's liberal government is calling this trade deal, a victory for all Canadians. Is that a fair assessment in your I? I don't think so. It falls short of what we had, but it's. Certainly brings back census some stability and certainty in perhaps we can now move to other important economic matters around direct foreign investment and Canadian capital and taxes. But as far as this being a win, it's clearly a win for Donald Trump and the Americans just the just before we get to some some criticisms of what's in this and I wanna go through those with you. Is there something you can point to what is the largest chievements that day that the Canada has come out of these negotiations with well, and I don't wanna be completely negative. I was like everybody else. It's Team, Canada, we, we needed a win here. So to answer your question, chapter nineteen, the prime minister has pointed out was preserved. It remains intact. Chapter, eleven, the investor state dispute resolution mechanism. I understand will be phased out, but we're not in a place we were as when the process began. Let's be clear Lisa. What happened with President Trump when he decided this to well, just turn over all the tables and chairs in the room and say, were all this is up for grabs is nothing. We can't you. Nothing is predictable here. We want to toss out this NAFTA deal. This is over scrapped and you come back to me was something I may or may not consider it was it was hard ball, right? So what we can point to is that we survived it is that is that the best we can say that we actually came out with not as many cuts and bruises. We might have survival. Carol is a good way to describe it. The bombast and the personal acrimony animosity was there for all the see the threat of tariffs on autos was a very looming, very serious one. And there was reason to believe it. We still have the tariffs on steel and aluminum place, which is another related issue as we come to a close of the NAFTA discussion, but look even calling it the US. Mexico Canada agreement is devoid of the word free and trade which is notable. But the politics of this are such that the president can go back to Wisconsin dairy farmers and others and say, we won. We we Rabl to get concessions from both Canada and Mexico, and we're in a better place today as a result of my President Trump stewardship of this process. Arguably the Mexican gave up more than we did, but nobody is talking about what the Americans gave up, which was quite frankly, nothing other than giving up on other demands such as a sunset clause. There are some things we complain too. There is now a seventy five percent of North American auto content must come from the NAFTA region and that's up from about sixty two percent forty, five percent of the content must be made by workers earning at least US sixteen dollars per hour. I mean, these were these are beneficial. Canada, these concessions, right? Yes, they are. And that is part of the the whole modernisation one would say and bringing about greater sense of equity. It helps Mexico to Mexican workers. So to to the extent that the auto sector remains whole and perhaps enhanced, that's a good thing, but calling it a win or suggesting that was a good day for Canada. Does preclude what the dairy sector might have to say about this? What retailers might think about the personal exemption or the minimus piece intellectual property, some of the other more granular, but for those sectors, important considerations that are found in the detail of this agreement.

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"chievements" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"I just want to say welcome to Hollywood where we're changing the game left and right, not only has the academy announced that they're going to have a new category called best chievements in popular movie, which is so it's literally. So they're kademi is worried that like the ratings keep going down. It's still the most popular, non televised sports. I mean, excuse me, the most popular televised event. That's not that's not sports, but their numbers keep going down. So they're trying to find ways to bring more people in and statistically when movies like Titanic win or avatars nominated, the ratings do go up so they they're creating a category this year for dumb dumb movie halls. Most popular movie, which is sort of annoying. This isn't even my shoe, but I'll go off on it for a minute. It's sort of annoying because movies that should win best picture this year, such as Black Panther was a box office smash. And the question is, will that reduce it to a different category? There? It's eligible for best picture and best popular picture, but like we'll people be like, oh, novels just give it that. And then we don't have to worry about it for best picture. It's like a joke price right there essentially being like how many hit movies that have integrity and have don't have integrity here. And it's a very few. I guess you could say, I've really be like Black Panther. I guess if crazy rich Asians is big hit that that has a shot or like everyone loves mission, impossible fallout that's gotten great reviews. So maybe those would be there, but the best is that popular. I feel like it just had a meeting where they were like we need to make the show more popular popular. It's that's the category which you called it. I wouldn't have done it, but I think they should do what I in listen against nothing what I'm talking about. But what they should do is by the time you get first of all needs to be shorter, which they're also doing. But second of all, by the time you get to the Oscars, every single other award show has already happened. It's the last one so already know who won it would make it much more exciting if they were the first award show. Do you know what change there. An August or July, don't. They should tell. I don't know the whole campaign system that they have now where they like they like everyone needs lead time in the PR company, but it seems like if they couldn't do that this year, that could give enough lead time to start that next year. Yeah, skip it this year. Yeah, no Oscars. Although they have done a big push to make it more diverse and make a younger, we'll guess what Hollywood hasn't. So no, literally nothing has changed, but the academy has and speaking of like one step forward, one step back. This love, Paula, Abdul, and I love MC scat cat. Yeah, she did two steps. Yeah. Oh, but that was that was the air was a prequel already. Pala and a kitty. He wants depth forward. One step. I was actually heard a kangaroo. Has kangaroos technically only take one step because they hop. Yeah. Well is a hop step. That's a good question. Oh, only the Australians now. I guess that's true. 'cause can you replace the word hop step with hop? I love it. When you want to hop. Yes, I think you just prove that indeed can happen. So this good Disney is going to have their first major openly gay role in one of their movies Jaffar. No, they're making a movie of the jungle cruise, which is different than the jungle book. Yes, the jungle cruise is a ride at Disneyland. You guys know it. It's the one that's in a boat and you go through the wilderness and a hippopotamus comes up that's at, oh, spoil the Disney Disneyland in or it's like an OG. Right? Like that was the right when it opened. It's a small fifties. Yeah, exactly. So it has that charm to it, but it's essentially just you're on a boat. If you're not on drugs at Disneyland, you're doing it totally wrong. I love drugs..

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"chievements" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Further do you love. Yourself to think of it the scale of historic chievements, a motivating fighter or is important I'm just playing against yeah I don't I don't feel that way now I felt like I had, something I. Had to prove to other people with last? Year's open or to myself really to myself more than anything I, don't feel, like I have to. Prove, anything anyone. At this point I'm I'm playing. Golf for me now I've kind of got cleared mind I've made a lot of progress over the year that's, been kind of a you know Off year building here and I've an opportunity to make. It, a very memorable one with with around but it's not necessary for me to to prove anything for any reason I feel like my games in good shape it's progress nicely we've got a pretty much a new golf tournament tomorrow. I it's, ideal for Carnoustie to have a bunch leaderboard in twenty five. Mile an hour winds on a Sunday because it means that. You know someone can post a score from. Six hours before and potentially win the golf tournament tomorrow I mean you're in a scenario almost like the US open this year chenecocs like, that Saturday at the US open type scenario tomorrow so, I'm not ahead of myself at all, I recognize that this is I, just wanted to give myself a chance after the first round and I've done. Well over the two days joining speed atop the leaderboard fellow Americans Zander. Sean Flynn Kevin Kisner Kisner the second. Round leaders steady Eddie in the. Third round shooting a six under a three hundred. Sixty eight sharply doing him, one better Were they sixty seven. Kevin Chapelle alone in fourth place seven under. For the tournament and how about the rally from Francesco Molinari alone in fifth at six hundred overall Molinari doing all of his damage in, this tournament in Saturday's third round shooting a sixty five, really happy about where I am at, the moment I know tomorrow is, gonna be probably different story so now it's about getting ready for. For that I'm aware that you know there's a lot of good players, out there and all of them fitting quite confidence I just. Have to do my, thing and hopefully do well enough, to finish off the top. Like I said I'm I'm looking at the forecast tomorrow is it's going to be a different story so I think he's going to be reinforced on to adopt quickly mentally to to the different conditions because he's not going to. Be a day to to be aggressive probably more. Day to try and make as many as possible All right so you've got the defending champ tiger on the loose in Lebanon other guys. Within four shots of the lead that sets up for a dramatic finish tiger in Jordan certainly. Crowd favorites sportscenter Saturday with Zubin Mohanty Michael Collins the caddy gave his thoughts and how the two. Superstars might just approach the final round what should we look for tomorrow in his impending final round at the open within, striking distance well the. Good news. For Tiger Woods is because. He's in, the third to last. Group he even said he's, going to spend time in the morning watching TV to see how everyone plays the. Golf course the weather conditions for Sunday are supposed to be completely different than what they were. For Saturday Saturday, tiger got the perfect conditions and the windy and pick up until after he was. Done playing so Tigers going to have an opportunity to see and then come up with a game plan before he off on Sunday which is good news very interesting, good news for Jordan Smith of course he's the defending champion Of the open and good news after what. He did on whole number one off to a brilliant start where he drove the green..

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BBC, Israel and Gaza discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

03:31 min | 2 years ago

BBC, Israel and Gaza discussed on BBC World Service

"Welcome to BBC trending with me an ECB this week. We're talking about the global phenomenon of metoo, the social media campaign that encouraged women to, speak up about sexual harassment we're going to explore the impact that it's had. We hear. From women around the world and what it's meant to them, and to, have a panel of women in the, CD to discuss its chievements and failure so far That's all on BBC trending coming up just after. The news BBC news with Rosemary creek the Palestinian group HAMAs says it is agreed a ceasefire. With Israel after an upsurge of violence, in the Gaza Strip Israel has not commented. On the deal but the ceasefire is reported to be holding Israel said it struck dozens of targets in Gaza. After one of its soldiers was shot dead on the, border four Palestinians were reported killed former FARC rebels in, Colombia have taken up seats in congress for the first time it's part of, the, peace deal reached with the government in twenty sixteen president Juan Manuel Santos urged the new parliament. To maintain the agreement and more than five decades of. Conflict Facebook suspended a US data analytics firm from its platform it's investigating claims. That Boston-based crimson hexagon was providing. Data for government surveillance purposes crimson hexagon denies using data inappropriately Oh tweets discovered by a conservative websites have led Disney to sack the guardians of. The galaxy director James gone for a, -fensive messages posted up to ten years ago. Mr. gun has since apologized for the tweets which included jokes about rape and paedophilia the president-elect of Mexico Andrei's. Manuel Lopez Obrador has denounced, a division of the decision, of the electoral authorities to find his party ten million, dollars is an act of vengeance his national regeneration movement was issued with the, fine, for breaking campaign funding rules retraced the party said was for earthquake victims US investigators examining how. A tourist based joining a storm on a lake in. Missouri have appeal for witnesses to send in their videos seventeen people including nine. Members of one family were killed The Spanish conservative People's Party is due to. Select a new leader late place Marianna ROY who is retiring after being ousted as prime minister in a confidence vote last month the. Winner will, lead opposition to Spain's minority group BBC news On the fifteenth of. October twenty seventeen American accent Elissa Milano sometimes a tweet that went if. You've been sexually harassed all assaulted light metoo as, a replace this tweets within a week the slogan had been used more than. Twelve million times within two weeks it reached AC six countries and have been turned into a, global movement what we now know as the me too campaign But it wasn't, a totally original, campaign, it's, started. More than, ten years ago when Toronto back I use the phrase in two thousand six to raise awareness of sexual, assaults against women but it was a tweet that was, a response to allegations of harassment molestation and rape by entertainment mogul. Harvey Weinstein the ripple effects if those and subsequently courts have been felt. Not only in the film industry but in politics sports music television in..

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"chievements" Discussed on DLC

DLC

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on DLC

"I was i was really thought about it a lot and i was trying to get the chievements i do not think about them at all anymore i really i feel like the splintering of all the platforms in you know getting it on this consular that console or you know i think the number is meaningless amount of trophies all meaningless now and more it's like oh a jima just popped up to that what am i just do what what did i do that was beyond that i paid very little attention to them anymore which is sad to me yeah i think i think you're onto something with the splintering because that was the moment that i kind of fell off caring about them as much because i was mainly three sixty guy i during that console generation and then i switched over to ps four with his current one and at that point it was like well i was playing every multiplatform game on three sixty i so that's the thing where i was accumulating all my points and now i feel like i'm starting out from scratch but in a way way down here and so i didn't want to just go into the whole like achievement left again because i felt like i'm playing on different consuls now yeah yeah it's weird too i was just having this experience of playing red faction and realizing i'm literally getting achievements that i got six years ago what the exact same ones again on the same score because now i'm playing an xbox one x it was very odd doing christian what what's your take on this question it's both a it can be both of those things i agree with what dan said a lot where it is a fun way to give you an excuse to stay in a world longer and then i also like it when they use it to maybe add a mode or a new play style into the game that maybe you hadn't thought about the example i always come to for that isn't geometry wars one i believe that a trophy for pacifism and it was like survived for forget how long like a minute or two minutes without taking it without a shooting anything and then at ended up becoming mode in the game one of the sequels of the game later on at that those really cool so i like it when when they do that kind of thing but i think yeah they kind of lost their luster where people were picking up oh man what was at easy thousand pointer on three six avatar the last vendor thank you and they were hacked and people were buying chievements steve steam achievements are basically just control all achievement right i mean you you can unlock them all so i i still am have loni trained pavlovian pavlovian as well trained that when it pops up on my screen i'm like good job me even though i wasn't trying to get it i like hearing the ding but yeah i think that they are both i think they were away to show off accomplishments in i think they are also a psychological means to keep grinding at a game to check boxes but i don't think that is a a bad thing i think when done well dan mentioned in god of war as an example i think does it well that can be really additive in other times or just a thing that's there it's funny that the references you made to the chiefs are from the time when i cared about achievements yeah geometry wars yeah totally totally caring at that time this one comes from prince y who says question name game you bought or rented based solely on the box art and or game description on the back he says it's it's sad in this information age to know that many gamers will not get to experience this lottery it's very specific time period but dan i suspect you have experienced that time period along with with the rest of us oh yeah i think as a kid i was just such a big action movie fan that you know if i went to blockbuster a game with a guy with a gun on a front is probably gonna have a leg up if it was like pro wrestling or guy with gun that was probably going to secure a rental for me one i.

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"chievements" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Your house and it's a chievements what are some of the achievement to the above well you know when when people weren't selected to be one of the other houses huff upset i will take those people and i will still make them great she accepted everybody even the people that had been selected by crippen door raven claw or a slither in guys people really don't like how much talk about harry potter try one more skating is apparently not attractive for forty five year old single man didn't know this much about harry potter jason no real quick are you gonna go see the curse child parts one and you know i really am struggling with it i don't know if i'm going to go someone just beg me for question and here it is okay so you name your question my name's dan and likely story so my question is why would she if she changed the code for this whole vault door at the last minute because she had a suspicion that hurricanes give people bad ideas why would she hide the ipad in the pile of garbage for the whole movie and the sad reality is i watched this movie two times on the second time was with the director commentary and did you learn anything director rob cohen says the reason you had or hide the ipad in the garbage is because he didn't want to deal with her worrying about losing the ipad throughout the whole film that's great for movie the great thing to take away the tension right you don't wanna have something important getting off.

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Lebanon holds 1st parliamentary elections in 9 years

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

Lebanon holds 1st parliamentary elections in 9 years

"The polls are open today in lebanon's first parliamentary election in nine years under new laws based on proportional representation that meant to more accurately represent the nation's complex sectarian demographics yousef gamal el din is on the road he's imbera these on the grind for this historic use of good to finally see this morning so how's it looking what's the sense on the ground there is there is a sense of excitement these are the first elections since two thousand nine it's been a while yes so basically you're looking here at a historic day for lebanon at profound moment for this part of the world and as you mentioned the first parliamentary vote since two thousand and nine to doing it a little bit differently this time round based on proportional representation as you pointed out the stakes are very high for the country you're also of course given stark reminders of what happens with secretary intentions get out of control those bullets written hotel right around the corner we're here at the inner call in which is really part of the broader development in the glitzy downtown area of beirut but a few key questions to ask is a are we going to see a government formed quickly and candy pushed through reforms that are needed to unlock billions of dollars in investments and the other question to ask is what's going to happen to hezbollah that is the iran backed group here what kind of a chievements can date deliver and how does that fit into the broader geopolitical picture remember we're up against a hard deadline on may twelve united states is expected to make a decision on sanctions on iran with a possible domino effect that could be felt very much here in downtown beirut the story around foreign investors and this is absolutely key if you think about the fact that thirty percent of eurobonds are owned by foreign investors it's been quite a bit of movement on.

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"chievements" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Just the just the sheer scope just the sheer thing and that's one of the things about fancy and science fiction cinema and let's not pretend that isn't part of it what what's ret con okay thanks you might be able to explain matt from sunderland i've just got home from a midnight showing you for vendors infinity will inglorious imax three d and i'm speechless the whole theater was speechless this is the movie event over generation with so much hype and expectation and it didn't disappoint exclamation mark it's incredible exclamation monk infinity war is an amazing chievements on every level that had gripped with relentless pace from beginning to end with so many characters a massive universe and our brand new mega villain the film had so much to do in just under two and a half hours and it simply stunning how exciting coherent and emotional it was especially compared to so much less complex films that by contrast into fail on every level my friends and i saw infinity will in a luxury cinema with reclining leather seats and we pay a pretty pretty price for it too but i can honestly say i can't remember film that's earned my ticket money more i am definitely going to see it at least one or two more times on the big screen and cut way to do it all again with of engines for next year and that's for matt so retro mattie saying the complete opposite of which is saying go big if you can afford go big to the biggest that you can with the best sound let me be the retroactive continuity or redcowmn for short is a literary device in which established facts in a fictional work or ignored adjusted or contradicted by subsequently published works which break continuity with the former thank you very much for explaining that let's do this from john ruin just briefly i caught noting night showing of infinity were on wednesday when it was released in belgium i thought it was a great success helped by couple of bold narrative choices firstly the main character the film is really unexpected and this helps mitigate even if it doesn't solve the fundamental structural problem of the number of characters which the film has to grapple with secondly events early on in the film in that all.

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"chievements" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"Xbox started to do it more this is your this percentage away you need to get this many more these collectibles they will have the nonachievement thing to in them in new that shows like ours steps you yeah i love that stuff i mean maybe i don't know i when they first came out i kind of thought like oh this is a great way to really understand how much of a game you played but then like you know a quarter of them or like trivial nonsense right i don't know i know i've played like i think it was what the fuck is it called don't starve they were like actively upset that playstation made them have a chievements for it they would do what she means that were like this is a trophy machine where you just have to crank it like a thousand times to get an achievement for it you better believe i got that chievo are you okay and it's running out where is it okay we'll keep an eye on i'm trying to think my feelings on it summed it up shared my feelings on it there's my i guess i am much more likely to try and get the full one thousand if there's not just like one or two on their impossible like multiplayer if they keep the multi player ones off some games do multiplayer ones aren't broken i feel like the multi player ones i'm fine at the where it's like hey play a few rounds try it.

"chievements" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Okay i what steve's company did we would work with pencil and paper it was basically a software company then we would confess into code of four there were personal computers within be punched onto cod so paper tape and then it would be republished in order to the company would use math and statistics to model things like freight train schedules bus routes and stock market sue intellectually demanding that you got this wonderful sense of chievements and what steve introduced back in the nineteen sixties aside from the idea that women could actually write code was that it didn't necessarily matter where you did that work because steve let the women who worked for her do it from home who used to us job applications do you have access to attend in those days not everyone did i had a party line which is sounds fun but it meant that i shared my home telephone with some other push a different world and you were doing this before he mail before fax machines before but we did have the simple telephone and we had the infused the asam of women being offered something really exciting not particularly well paid me honest because we were living on a shoestring but i think it made a lot of other organizations consider whether the different models of getting work down stiff shirley managed to build this company at a time when women in the uk couldn't even open a bank account without their husband's permission here's steve shirley story from the ted stage let me take back to the nineteen sixties.

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60 Minutes interview with Stormy Daniels to be broadcast Sunday

News, Traffic and Weather

02:11 min | 3 years ago

60 Minutes interview with Stormy Daniels to be broadcast Sunday

"Interview with pornstar stormy daniels this sunday night on sixty minutes daniels claims that she had an affair with donald trump in two thousand six she's trying to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement that she signed days before the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign or the election so that she can discuss her relationship with trump cnn anchor and sixty minutes correspondent anderson cooper recorded the interview with daniels earlier this month her attorney michael naughty told the ap that more details of the affair would be revealed on sixty minutes and that his office is vetting similar claims from six other women and actress pam daba says the robin williams sexually harassed her repeatedly on the set of their seventies tv show more committee but says that she was never offended by dr spoke with an author who is working on an upcoming biography on robin williams williams committed suicide in two thousand fourteen after a decadeslong battle with depression he was sixty three and the women in leadership and philanthropy symposium hosted over the last five years by usf has witnessed in evolution kcbs is margie schaefer reports from the hyatt regency in san francisco this symposium attended by hundreds now has a broader focus says director of women in leadership and philanthropy at usf leslie wet saw it is evolved i think when we first started it was much more corporate focus much more focused on women advancing their careers and with a cultural change captured by the metoo and time's up movements activating change has become a goal in the workplace and beyond to think about who we want to be in the world the change that we wanna make the future we to design and how we can come together to promote those changes in that future philanthropy as a part of that how we choose to spend our time and money on nonprofits so in choosing between good and good when you have to look at the financial health of an institution you want to have trust in the leadership of that organization whether it's well run and she says look at results the chievements year over year in san francisco margie schaefer kcbs she spearheaded the oscars so white movement kcbs has can foster tells us her next.

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"chievements" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"In career will also apparently include qwest's which rewards flares with more xp boxes for doing specific things such as may be playing a specific game and this would be in line with what to xbox platform corporate vp mike houbara said last year when they said microsoft was looking to fundamentally change how chievements work uh the first of all how does the career system sound to you guys i like it i'm a so i don't really collect chievements anymore but i am still a big trophies person a playstation and i like it more than chievements because there is a level and system to it yet and it can remind me of the trophies yes it feels a little more like them there's it's all arbitrary percentage points like a bronze a silver a gold and platinum will get you so much for each level your admit changes as you go up but i always liked that aspect of the more than just i have a number of 40000 achievements it's called a look at that number but something about game a fighing the achievements made me more interest in that platform yes owed one hundred percent try this out more young i bet you guys yelm microsoft is always sort of in my in my opinion led the way of like achievements are trophies like they were really the first to sort of take that um angle with video games with the release of the 360 and i when i when that came out at first light when they released achievements i was a huge achievement hunter i really tried to like build up my game or it got us yeah yeah it really did it hooked me in um so i just i'm really excited to see what microsoft comes up with like a career sort of mode for gathering achievements ya um or whatever they're calling it sounds really interesting to me and if anything i think that that will just be more compelling for people's actually dive in there and build up their game or scores and especially if they're going to try to do that i think it would be smart for them to go down a similar out with what sony did in sort of added value to gaining achievements like maybe you could rack up some on gift cards for xbox live or something like that you know when some free on skins or whatever in games or avatar customization.

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"chievements" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"chievements" Discussed on WJR 760

"The telling you jr weather center mostly cloudy during this morning and also the afternoon that occasional shower and a high of 72 a few scattered showers are possible the evening with an overnight low of sixty seven after rain early on sunday cloudy and windy with high seventy one from the weather channel i'm meteorologist jeff more on newstalk seven sixty wjr cloudy and 62 degrees misty in maybe northern oakland county set up this morning seven forty five but look at the temperatures were still going to be what above normal for this time of the year which is sixty three degrees for a high and 44 for a law this is very important now and they know i always encourage you to go into the warren pierce show facebook page because it's the only radio show on the planet that has pictures they go along with our conversations and our guest you've got to see what our next guest has done for a movie that opens today at the detroit film the peter it's actually incredible but you have to see it to understand it so good at the weren't there shall facebook page pop up there if not you're not on a just go to get pierce dot com and then to the warned three show facebook page and push like and wallach you'll be joining us right through eight this morning but especially for our next guest will get the her here on wjr after you listen to to this now forever the final frontier explore strange new world sort the detroit symphony foreign of list world concert experience join the detroit symphony orchestra conductor stewart chievements for us by.

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