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"cottrell" Discussed on No Agenda

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05:36 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on No Agenda

"Clues zone. High dose quadrivalent. So what the hell what is this. What is this. What is what's going on here so All the flu shots Which are cheap. But the way they're defy bucks and they're try vaillant tries we'll try. Yeah they go to your date. Every year they go to china and they figure out what possibly what the strain could be. What three always decide on three. I thought it was influenced a or b. I didn't know there were three choices. There's no they find three possible candidates that might be the ones that come over here and kill us. all try. vaillant shots are all that way. So these guys added editor fourth. Yeah for just as zeal to fourth long shots possibility. And i bet you these shots cost like fifty bucks. I was reading the sub stacked as a scam. Ya i was reading. The substance called yuga flip flops or something i put it in the show notes to unpronounceable name. And he made the comparison between ib vaccines for chickens and And the covert vaccine the title of is. We're all cattle now. They says he says it's exactly the same. This is what they've been. They've been trying to treat chicken with corona virus for many decades. Now listen to the comparison. Ib v. vaccine. It's it's the same people making this stuff. Protect chickens from infection for only about nine weeks sounds right chickens long enough for the chickens to be eaten but those race for their eggs require constant boosters. They received two or three attenuated viruses. First then the periodic deactivated virus boosters there after to maintain their protection protection the adecco virus. That's the johnson and johnson. I think is a johnson johnson or Astrazeneca johnson johnson dino virus vector vaccines have been tried and chickens with efficacy similar to that induced by attenuated virus. Vaccines this is very likely an unstated reason that vaccine vector an mri messenger technology. We use our own sars two jobs. He was known from the experience with animals. That deactivated virus. Vaccines would not work. Nearly as well there are other interesting tidbits in the literature on ib vaccines. He says quote the basis of immunity to ib the chicken. Vaccination is not well understood. Serum antibody level do not correlate with protection although local antibody is believed to play a role And then it goes on to talk about you. Know an antibody dependent enhancement. And how the chickens if they catch the virus in the wild how they die right away so yeah we're livestock. That's that's what's going on. We're total livestock. Like like comparison and here is a big pharma ad for the lifestyle cottrell trio. It's triple protection. Made simple guitry is the first and only monthly chewable. That covers hardware disease. Ticks and fleas hookworms. Dogs get triple protection in just once. Impera cottrell this class has been associated with neurologic adverse reactions including seizures used with caution in dogs with a history of these disorders. Protect him with all your heart. Impera cottrell now notice the marketing protection. It's also giving these dogs something upfront. They don't have anything. It's protection is immunity. Its protection this this is through. We're being so swamped with this stuff. And then on the complete other side of the marketing spectrum. Something has changed. We saw with the the death. The death time of the mainstream media. September nineteen twenty twenty one where they had anti-conception ads and the and the woman is sitting inside her vagina says welcome to my vagina and talks about all this stuff which is fine for me but i just want to point out that the marketing is changing like crazy. This is a real ad. Being human is hard. Especially if you're a woman who's also having trouble doing that. Totally normal thing all humans do but not all of them like to talk about. How are you talking about. Pooping let's say garden of life's dr formulated. Women's probiotics help your digestion. So you can be more regular human. I'm comfortable talking about poop. You can just say it's twenty twenty one. I think everyone knows that women poop. I love for bang. You poop girl. Plus did you know that. The forty billion probiotics found in garden of life can help support immune system health. Or are you blaming me right now. Wow don't be sorry about. Pooping pooping is powerful. This is my favorite i poop. She poops all women poop. I'm a woman and i poop. I'm a woman and i poop. I'm a woman deny poop regularly. Thanks for the poop power moment. i'm not saying couponer meant. I'm cuba right now. For the number one probiotic that helped women number two and it can even help maintain healthy ph and yeast levels. Are we talking about my vagina now. Okay now this is not an ad that's ever run on broadcast television yesser. Well people in in detroit move even seen it may be on the internet. Maybe on on a fee that goes over youtube. I've seen a lot of poop ads on youtube. Yeah but cable can run poop. Ads put you just heard this. Nothing's wrong with poop. I never says anything.

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"cottrell" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on No Agenda

"Clues zone. High dose quadrivalent. So what the hell what is this. What is this. What is what's going on here so All the flu shots Which are cheap. But the way they're defy bucks and they're try vaillant tries we'll try. Yeah they go to your date. Every year they go to china and they figure out what possibly what the strain could be. What three always decide on three. I thought it was influenced a or b. I didn't know there were three choices. There's no they find three possible candidates that might be the ones that come over here and kill us. all try. vaillant shots are all that way. So these guys added editor fourth. Yeah for just as zeal to fourth long shots. Possibility and i- bitchy. These shots cost like fifty bucks. I was reading the sub stacked as a scam. Ya i was reading. The substance called yuga flipflops or something. I put it in the show us to unpronounceable name and he made the comparison between ib vaccines for chickens. And the covert vaccine. The title of is we're all cattle. Now they says he says it's exactly the same. This is what they've been. They've been trying to treat chicken with corona virus for many decades. Now listen to the comparison. Ib v. vaccine. It's it's the same people making this stuff. Protect the chickens from infection for only about nine weeks. Sounds right chickens long enough for the chickens to be eaten but those race for their eggs require constant boosters they received two or three attenuated viruses first then the periodic deactivated virus boosters there after to maintain their protection protection the adecco virus. That's the johnson and johnson. I think is a johnson johnson or Astrazeneca johnson johnson Dino virus vector vaccines have been tried and chickens with efficacy similar to that induced by attenuated virus. Vaccines this is very likely an unstated reason that vaccine vector an mri messenger technology. We use our own sars two jobs. He was known from the experience with animals. That deactivated virus. Vaccines would not work. Nearly as well there are other interesting tidbits in the literature on ib vaccines. He says quote the basis of immunity to ib the chicken. Vaccination is not well understood. Serum antibody level do not correlate with protection although local antibody is believed to play a role And then it goes on to talk about you. Know an antibody dependent enhancement. And how the chickens if they catch the virus in the wild how they die right away so yeah we're livestock. That's that's what's going on. We're total livestock. Like like comparison and here is a big pharma ad for the lifestyle cottrell. It's triple protection. Made simple guitry is the first and only monthly chewable. That covers hardware disease. Ticks and fleas hookworms. Dogs get triple protection in just once. Impera cottrell this class has been associated with neurologic adverse reactions including seizures used with caution in dogs with a history of these disorders. Protect him with all your heart. Impera cottrell now notice the marketing protection. It's also giving these dogs something upfront. They don't have anything. It's protection is immunity. Its protection this this is through. We're being so swamped with this stuff. And then on the complete other side of the marketing spectrum. Something has changed. We saw with the the death. The death time of the mainstream media. September nineteen twenty twenty one where they had anti-conception ads and the and the woman is sitting inside her vagina says welcome to my vagina and talks about all this stuff which is fine for me but i just want to point out that the marketing is changing like crazy. This is a real ad. Being human is hard. Especially if you're a woman who's also having trouble doing that. Totally normal thing all humans do but not all of them like to talk about. How are you talking about. Pooping let's say garden of life's dr formulated. Women's probiotics help your digestion. So you can be more regular human. I'm comfortable talking about poop. You can just say it's twenty twenty one. I think everyone knows that women poop. I love for bang. You poop girl. Plus did you know that. The forty billion probiotics found in garden of life can help support immune system health. Or are you kidding me right now. Wow don't be sorry about. Pooping pooping is powerful. This is my favorite part of. I hope she poops all women poop. I'm a woman and i poop. I'm a woman and i poop. I'm a woman deny poop regularly. Thanks for the poop power moment. i'm not saying couponer meant. I'm cuba right now. For the number one probiotic that helped women number two and it can even help maintain healthy ph and yeast levels. Are we talking about my vagina now. Okay now this is not an ad that's ever run on broadcast television yesser. Well people in in detroit move even seen it may be on the internet. Maybe on on a fee that goes over youtube. I've seen a lot of poop ads on youtube. Yeah but cable can run poop. Ads put you just heard this. Nothing's wrong with poop. I never says anything.

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"cottrell" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Is national ice cream cone day. You do you guys. This is fun to do today any day. And it's a fun take on recipes that we know switching them up going party just so i can serve these s. appetizers season super cute right. I love this. Thank you guys so much for having me. I'm going to take a bite of mine. S you guys. Stand up for cold and go-to arrogance website and follow her on social media. I made this is amazing. Here's still ahead. Let me just try to swallow this. We got oh we got daddy and now so don't go nowhere with my one man out of town in paris. I found time to have drinks with my other man. I need your advice but in order to get it. I have to confess something and i'm asking you not to judge me. Who am i to judge anyone. I had bangs in the eighties. Okay i have cybersex on the internet and this would be the judgement part. My name is rik nine. Plus no you rick nine. Plus how sad is that. Actually i think it shows a great deal of restraint. You could have been rick eleven. That was really garson with sarah jessica. Parker on sex and the city will be passed away. Yesterday he was fifty seven years old his cast members are paying tribute to him. Chris davis wrote that. Nothing gave him more joy and pride than his son nathan. Cynthia nixon tweeted. He was a source of light and friendship. And kim cottrell wrote his passing is a terrible loss sad loss to the sex in city family a few weeks before he died. Willie tweeted this message for his fans. Be kind to each other. Always love to all approach kindness. I think those are words..

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"cottrell" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on Daily Pop

"You can come back anytime you want. Oh every day every day every day by the way i will be here you guys. Let's jump right in sense and the city fans think kim cottrell is throwing some major shade. Kim posted this video on instagram with the caption. When your co star is a real dog seems pretty innocent right well. The internet determined that that was petty because she shared it right after. Sarah jessica parker posted this shot of the new sex in the city. Foursome fans jumped in asking kim. If her post was a dig at the reboot. What are you guys. Think i don't feel like it's a little shady you do. I do why just the wording and the and the timing the real i will say the the word real kind of got me and i was like what do you mean when you're when you're is a dog like not you don't need to say real dog but then i also thought on the other side of things. They wanted her to be a part of this show badly. Yes i didn't know. We'll don't worry dave you barely know anything but they wanted. They wanted to make this work right. They've offered her a lot of money. They tried to make everything happened with her for years and she. There's no really nice way to put this. She effing hates those women and really hate. Sarah clearly wanted nothing to do this because if she hates them. Yeah but i don't think that cottrell is going to intentionally give them any attention. They're agreed. I think the internet you know if khloe post anything about her day. It's about tristen If megan post anything about anything it's about you know. Kate if a rod posts well probably when iraq is about james. I do however wild i do. Think on this conspiracy. Let's hear it. let's hear it kim. Cottrell took the tag of their forever. Twenty one dress. Sit to the costume department and didn't tell them anything. And that's how they address ended up in the show..

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"He's explaining what happened in the customs house. Arrest like this. It's good right so he has. He's asking to the federal government to get involved a pinkerton. He's gotta get some boys down here so a ship. The mclean could lure sent on may fifteenth eighteen ninety. So this is one of the rare times where we have invaded america america. That's right okay. So several reporters from new york. We're invited to go along on the expedition god. Billy's now known across the country. Newspapers are reporting on his action. Yeah there's a murderous mayor. One wrote quote the prominent promptness with which he will level a pistol weather without on unarmed manned defenseless. Women has won for him the reputation of being determined dangerous customer. Well but by the way this is why you don't let a seven-year-old stabbing holding fled the media just tear. It's just it's again you know. If here's what. I'll relate it to when you have a kitten and you wanna play with the kitten and so you're like oh. The kitten likes it when i like play with its belly and then it like scratches me and it's like we're having a game well then you're creating then you're creating a situation where the when your kitten is a cat it will always be like. Oh i can call the shit out of this person. Yeah so what started as like. Hey it's all good it's like now you've said a terrible attitude forever. It's the same thing if you let puppies bite yes like i'm gonna play by biting you. I like the idea that i went with kitten and you went with puppy. I think it's good to we. Are i think anyone listening is really impressed with this run. It's good it's real very real perfect. So the captain. Thomas smith and his crew come and they are not welcome by everyone in the town shirt. So the tab by everyone in the town not everyone in the front so no not. Abusive city relationship know the mayor. Like we love him. He's a great gift. Giver place hayes. Just little you've got to see him sober. He's the nicest man y'all don't do. He's fantastic so union troops had taken the town twenty five years before and there's still residual anger. Wow so it's the yankees coming in agana says this is why the near times quote. The people here have lived so long in an unreconstructed condition that the appearance of the united states semen in the streets intent on forcing order and obedience is especially galling. That is actually. I mean i can think of so many things that that is applicable to today. Yeah yeah the day before. The ship arrived the new york. Times reported marshall mitch or mitchell had been released and the end quote few good citizens of cedar keys are outraged so they go into the town. He's soldiers and and they need a battalion. Therapists start searching for billy okay. And they're going door to door and kicking in doors. Wow they're doing exactly what the people feared right. What happened right like oh the that was a long time ago. Now we're going to take over your town. The gun in homes without search warrants. They're tossing the houses they're hitting people rifle butts etcetera doing this shit this it's a classic united states occupation threaten to shoot captain smith or anyone who tried to enter his house and then he told the crowd that had gathered gathered that the ship was there on behalf of the us government and everyone was like yeah. They all agreed with them. Like this is not okay not okay yeah give us or give us death..

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"I'm not a names anything's ago. Besides that anything is is is nothing that disrupts the fact that you'll drag them out by the way a picture smart guy when i told you to get him because we'll kill him. That's very smart. You have a good mind and didn't even better heart and that's why i've always appreciated years you did. We met no have always found you to be incredible thank you. You told me to go get some sandwiches. I'm gonna go. You get a bunch of get enough for five of us as a great great guy so the guy the guys like. I'm not dragging them out. I'm not and then billy's like okay. And he beats the shit out of the. I you have it your way. No how does beat you mercilus. You asked for this now. An agent of the florida central railroad pinkerton literally. Just he's not leaving it all. He's not gonna leave us out. Come and get me okay. I love that that is a great response to just be. Like how nate morel. Even so an agent of the florida central railroad came through but he was stopped by billy who had a double barrel shotgun. Okay and the agent somehow managed to disarm him get outta town so somehow he got away a whiskey bottle. Save it the billy. Next threatened to horse whip the episcopal minister and his wife lover respected couple. The fact that we have different whips. It's like no no no. That's not for a man that's for horses okay. So he threatened a horse whip the episcopal minister and his wife who are very respected at the town. I'm with you and your wife. You like that whereas you got now. Senator guide so the minister fleas. Jesus he goes to tallahassee complained to the governor and then he comes back to cedar keys and his parish has to escort him to his house so all of his fucking church flown back to his house so pinkerton goes to jacksonville and he comes back with four. Us marshals to capture. Billy this is good. This is this is how you know. You're run as a mayor is going pretty well. Yeah oh yeah. So they arrest marshall mitchell but they cannot find cottrell because he went into hiding when the marshalls can okay so then. Pinkerton set a ta centre telegram to washington. Explaining things are not going great. Okay quote he then called me all the files names. He could think of allowed an angry voice. And said i will make it a hell for you and your set as long as you stay in cedar keys and many other vile things equally bad using all the time in the most profane in vile epa. Epa at a test is he. That's that's not the he didn't say that. Okay okay. so he's like you..

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"About. I'm to do which was the most of as here. I am kissing. Al sharpton but medallion. Well we are so yeah but he also get he came from an important family is brother would become a state senator so you know the power and terrifying combination. Yes that's too hard to believe. Living under that would be possible so now him being mayors causing even worse financial situation for the town so mayor who shoots everyone is not good at the mayor job it turns out it's wild. It's except for some reason that's not turning it into a tourist haven. He terrorized businessman. Who came in to revitalize era so some guy coming up a store you got notes about my town united as a perfect i was just gonna open up perfect city name brand name one problem where no good forgetting net so as you come down to build. No i don't want to take the beauty of this city and move it to another town is just trying. China take our ideal tour. I'm tom going to kill you. And i'm the mayor came. I will kill you. I'm charging. I'm the mayor bang. How yeah achille. That guy all right. Everybody let's get some steak two brothers mercantile. Business closed due to a lack of customer. So he's driving out. Well why not. I mean he has the system. You just hold you go ahead of that. No one wanted to go to the town. No one wanted to go through town. It was just an. Why do you think that is. I don't know Sa- tons of stores are closing. While mayor of businesses sell their assets and they fold businesses are just scared to stay in the town because they can't make a profit right so but still has the support of a group of people because they are benefiting in some way right. So it's the the bad people who are dave. I know it's weird to think of. Walk me through. So i mean they'd say he was decently sober. They're always okay. We zuber guy. I'm done with this sober sheets. He's not okay. He's a nice guy when he signed. I'll give fuck. He's never sober. Split a pick up game with never sober shot my dad but then he came to the furor me. It's yeah but at the funeral then after. He sobered up. He's like i'm sorry. I shot you and that was no dad. That was nice flowers at well. He stole them any shot. Someone who had flowers at the funeral after that cousin. Yeah i know it was your cousin but after that he was like you want to go on a boat ride but don't let them which i later a plot to kill me look again. But that's because he got drunk but know when he invited you. I know very sincere. He's a real. he's a nice guy. Dr jekyll mister drunk. He isn't a little bit. Okay but good at heart. Good at heart shooting hearts. That's better so.

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"He was this is so he would. Sometimes i think it was his brother. Storks is brother art historian town but he would sometimes block the the entrance and exit of a store right for sure and hold his gun there and for hours and make the women who were inside shop and buy stuff. Yeah well. I mean you know. It saves money on advertising. If you simply just turn a shopping day hostage situation where you're just like. Hey jerry out again. This summer hat to i love my as upon you know yes. Yeah every bag. A bag full of them nails two. Are they young love nails. I us you can use out of one of those wooden pitchers lemonades of nature Pitcher i say levi of a man's suit okay. Yeah yeah years. you're gonna start with. How much does you pick him out. He'll jarred pickles to get you more. Justin pickus okay. Yeah this kid pick k. Pick guide the had the nile. The pitcher maybe exhibiting some sort of white glove seven of them. Ch- no doesn't match-up payrise. You could yeah. You know my say air. That's shelford just by the shelf right. Gosh you must really love it here all that stuff. Yeah what's your favorite. What is it what is it about. This story loves. Look i can't get out. I sort of a lot of people say yeah. Yeah i can't leave. I'm starting to sober up. Give me a bottle of water with. Oh yeah oh yeah. Yeah yeah this bottle yeah go check out okay. Thanks common not shooting me. Yeah i'm going to shoot you. Yeah yeah. I wanted to get that picture. That hat gloves that thing nails in a lot of others adamant okay again. Okay here. So he seems to He did this more than once. It amused him one time. The lighthouse keeper was in town and billy shot at him bringing the ships in and told them to keep off the street. He shot him and told them to start off the street after street. You go back to your lighthouse man. These schindler hotel was full of bullet holes because he was drunk one day and tried to shoot some on disagreement with but he missed and just kept hitting the hotel. Sure the entire town at belittles all over because he really holes. Let's get drunk and just start shooting and running around right. It could also be the city that invented glory holes. So yeah who knows he's again. He's very nice when he's sober. It's really not gonna get. I mean that's not gonna go far keys an isolated place and so he's getting he he's threatening to kill anybody who's essentially. It's just that what you've seen the dumb movie like this right silver time. In cedar keys a grand jury issued eighteen indictments against him but none of them were served right because who would want to serve him right with the yes and he's the mayor a law enforcement official would later say any of the eighteen had could have led to billy being executed. So they're all major crimes but again he came from tonight. Jamie didn't have the line. I'm italian.

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Him while you come out my god. Hey look her in is really rather only wish. You guys a great marriage but honest to god enough. You ever do this. Oh sweet god no pretty good. What you mean ejaculate yup yeah. I've done that really yes. Of course we're going to benefit. That is anything that you did. I'm did i invent that. did you. Infant or cast. Did i invent orgasm. I mean look. I'm willing to die invent the orgasm orgasms. I yeah billy. Nobody's ever done that before like you. You can stick around and watches fucking man. I'm trying to leave the you're not an inventor. What a trailblazer. Yeah it's kind of a reverse hot wife last. I'd rather move move down. Yeah well great watch it. Come good to see you awkward. Any i think that so he. He really promises he would change right got. He's now upstanding citizen. He's not going to ensure trade. Jerry someone and then then ask for change number drake. And he's on the up and up share. I feel i kill stop drinking so four days after they came back from moon. Billy is just ship. Sure and They're staying cedar kid at bell. Latinas hotel okay. And he demands more booze and bella team like i got to cut you off man. It's your jock. So billy then goes after him and chases him all over the hotel kicking through doors of rooms and he broke through to room successively but bella. Tina's wife threw herself before. The door of the room in which husband was hiding and said that cottrell would have to kill her before he gained entrance. That's not a good that is neither. Do not say bill hills. Yes yes well. That seem to calm down a little bit okay. And he put his gun in his pocket. Okay then he walked out okay still. He was upset. Oh dear and the next day he had tina arrested an just whatever right and they're back in back where he lives now. Where he's the he's got the power billy then took over the bar and he and his friends drank until all the booze that'll teach him say no to a wasted person mayor. Yeah another time. There was a social meeting taking place and someone had the courage to oppose emotion billion put before the group..

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Yet all right okay. So in eighteen eighty nine. William billy cottrell was elected unanimously mayor. Everyone voted for him. Everyone voted like putin. Kim jong un election every single. He's thirty two normally. One does not win every vote but only one hundred. One people voted in the election. The only person who has ever actually done that as donald trump also. Billy had said he would shoot anyone who ran against him so he's running unopposed. Okay so you got a that makes a little more sets. And then he went. Okay won the election and then he just vanished for two months. Good perfect good. So then he comes back and he immediately makes his buddies. I assume i assume as drinking buddies deputies great good and they become like his personal goon squad in the town town marshal. Jr mitchell was one of his guys but apparently just going along because he was scared of being killed. There is family being killed great. He was like bad guy but didn't want to be a bad guy right so the goods they his boys would just get shit face and they would actually force people to dance by threatening to shoot them. Oh so that was a thing they would go. They would go to people's houses and make everyone come out and then make them dance. They shoot at a weird sort of hostage situation. Just what i mean. It just shows you how boring everything was like. Well you need. We need to watch diets in. I'm bored. Let's get the williams out here and make them cut a ge guys they're here. I feel like all right. Let's go let's we're coming. Let's just keep it tight this time. We'll just do cross across the box. Fist fist-bump spin rotate backward forward. Then we do the clap then run under tunnel back mom me dad go daughters move just so you know i. I heard that. I've seen that one. I want some different some special. Here's overtake river. Dad's situation what the hell that is. I'd i can't walk on water so what we'll do is we'll do foot kick kick high kick low snap snap snap snap jesse janson move spin spin hold. Sheila hold. Make a bridge undergo kiss. Yum. yeah okay. I'm not okay. Great thank you so that works for me. Great boys okay with that. That's pretty good weight. Also like to see a pasta dowd. Blace okay yeah. I don't know what that is crazy by the just basically maybe an intimate lombarda. You spend too much time during the war like that. Maybe tango to see maybe a wall. Some kind yay now. We're talking. You know something like how about a human pyramid hulo had a human santa paid. Oh shit okay here you guys go give me some thread. I'm gonna take this family and tie them asked asked to mouth guys.

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"They would just they would fill in the exciting stuff in the not and they would of trail off and also lemons or get. It's funny any information about his education. But i i did find. His brothers went to private school so he must have gone to private school. K in his twenties early twenties his sister gets married. Okay and billy goes fishing with his new brother-in-law okay. Oh boy and they had a bottle of whisky. How how old is he. He's in his early twenty s billions. Yeah okay okay and have a bottle of whisky okay. And so they start drinking. Really start hitting the bottle. Share this epsco. Call quote if you are telling me that. There's a quote in a paper about this by the whiskey. This is leading me to believe there's an incident can speak and then a couple of guys had a drinking name call quote. It was a big bottle and enough and held enough whiskey to intoxicate a ship's company. So it's a lot of ships worth it's how you get shipped faced completely this soon. They're both waist okay and now. They had brought along a young by the way to people in. This situation is worth so this part. I don't really understand but you know the family. It does have money so it's got to be a nice boat because they brought a young black guy to wait on them. Okay sean. the boat fishing. Look what you do on a fishing trip. It's always nice to hear his family before this awarded on slaves. So who the so. Billy billy wants the black guy to join in on the drinking okay and he hands them the bottle. Okay and the brother in law is like. I'm not going to drink from the same bottle as a black guy right because then you'll turn black. I don't know what the fears. yes obviously imagine. yeah. I mean what what what couldn't happen. Yes you're white so who. Yeah billy was apparently not into that sort of racism and he pulled his gun and shot and killed his brother-in-law okay. So listen i'll talk now. Okay so i am. I'm ashamed that that okay. So it's great great to hear that he is in this time he's able to think for himself and say that he finds that to be a warrant. It's not really great. That he kills the guy has sisters gonna marry over is married to is so. He kills her sister's husband out on a out about drunk. You know like. I would just love to see a you know a medium volume version of that reaction. Something a five. Not at ten he goes. He goes ten absolutely and by the way. If you're the black dude. On the ship assuring the bottle. You're like hey so listen. I am not sure about this partying anymore. I've had a hell of a time of some whiskey. I would share. You're going to. I would love to have some more. I would absolutely no god. that's good. Oh my god you just realize you have to go..

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Eighteen fifty six year of our lord. He's still william. Cottrell was born and sorry. William cottrell was born in cedar. Key florida okay. So cedar key is a city in levy county. Florida which is off the gulf coast. The right on the gulf side share So the group of islands north of tampa bay. It's like an arkansas could publico situation in eighteen forty to the us past the armed occupation act to increase white settlement in florida the best kind of settlement. You know go. What are the white. So what are they really saying what they're basically like. Let's get rid of. Everybody is not allowed to talk. It's basically like how can we get more white people down here to really get this unfair when you're creating the you're like we have these things called laws like oh well we're not actually practicing those type shit ours are pretty bad for you. Yeah it's pretty great so this is one of the ways that congress is trying to get the seminoles out of the area right. The people the people who live there forever. Well we tried talking to them and then we try to kill them. But let's double guilt but we're not going to go back to the talking board so an army base was built that keys and then it was abandoned and so that was now available sediment settlement so people started coming in and moving there okay and then. The city became really important port. It became imports. Important port very important port portent portent you The like the most important part on that in that area okay and There's a lot of cedar trees that's right. It's called cedar that makes cedar case. Also they started. Cut them down. Because you do yes. Yeah because they trees they yes long-term. Right yes really the best thing. That just cut him down. Well i would offer better to burn them down. And you're actually getting worse getting worse ox. Where's air out of them. As opposed to something that you can breathe. I think would that lumbers a big export in eighteen sixty. They built a railroad because they got the port there so they built they railroad down. That's the goes across. Florida then goes down across bridges to the are okay and then it to the port. So right now you gonna railroad coming through a little bridges to lead to the yep sweet build and build and during the civil war since it was a big part and everything so civil you know. What in retrospect not the most civil thing. I'm gonna call you axl rose. Well did he say that did. That's tough to hear. Thanks everything he said. What's so civil about war anyway. Bam you've been rose. And then he took off his kilt and gained fifty pounds. And he became albino. So all right so you got the railroad and then the civil war comes and the union takes control of it because it's an important port so it's like an occupation right Like a pencil gets built there. And that's employing a lotta people very big deal. Eventually they cut down so many so many cedar trees that they started closing sawmills..

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

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"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"So the planet change. Ten website is finished now. We just need some volunteers to help. Run it and then we need volunteers to set up. Meetings around wherever also will probably do some online meetings. Obviously with what's going on so if anybody has any experience computer experience is going to be. Wbz engine experience running groups. If anybody has an experience with twelve step groups please reach out to planet change. Ten at gmail.com so you want to be a volunteer. You're listening to the dull up on the all things comedy network eight see. This is a bicycle american history podcast or each week. I dave anthony sit on a bicycle story from american history. To my friend gareth reynolds. Who's also on a bicycle and has no idea what the topic is going to be about. Ding we have fun. We enjoy the intros and while we mix it up. Don't we do we do. And we don't plan these no. This was total off the cuff. Yup foolery just see the pan. So you know what's also fun is. I never know if you're going to do. Your jobs are not and you haven't lately no i. I barely have ever. I'm not good at this now. I mean we're you say holder of candle. Yeah maker of terrible decisions. Scr owes pile dave anthony. Oh i've never said that's not i'm not. I'm not quoting you. But i'm saying it's in the realm of close section on the room. I definitely called yourself grows pile. I've never said gra. I've never seen him across pile off air at minimum. No said to me before. I'm sorry i'm grows pile. I'd i've never actually thinking of someone else. there's nobody else. No come on pam. It's not that that's it. Aaron go to commercial.

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"cottrell" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on Keep It!

"That is obsessed with whether you're wearing a short skirt long skirt and jacket. I was into that ban for a while. But anyway there's a new sex wellness brand that you should know about. It's called cake. Think of it as the new better version of k y or trojan maybe things with your partner or your palm have gotten a little routine maybe even your three-way fantasies are starting to feel a little menagerie. Love this kim cottrell copy. If this sounds like you you need to try out. Cake risk free cake makes premium lubricants sex toys condoms. And more everything. You need to have the most fun you've ever had in the bedroom or on a shares long or on the back seat of a convertible or anywhere really i really right tell you said shares laws. You know really leaning into your appropriating french like i do. Don't let me in with whatever you do with your spare time. Cakes bestseller is a product specifically designed for men's me time that's code for masturbation. There are so low. Lotion is a cream that transforms into a gliding lubricant. As it warms from your body heat wanna try but stuff or as you know. Adults call it anal Tuskers was formulated to help newbies to back door. Play ease on in. If you or your partner want to explore the backside push push is the way to do it and if you haven't tried toys before toys draft doesn't really get out anymore Sell maybe you're worried it's weird. The cakes roker is the ultimate toy for guys. People who have penises. It feels amazing and has this cool designs. It won't be awkward if someone trips across it by mistake. If toys are your favorite they have non-drip blooberg called toy. Wonder that a specially designed to stay in place so it doesn't run off on your toys and ruin your sheets even if you think that cake is not for you because you're not sexually adventurous enough. Maybe you've never bought products like this before..

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Becoming Your Best Coach While Questioning Your Self

Developer Tea

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Becoming Your Best Coach While Questioning Your Self

"What is a good coach. That's what we're talking about into episode developer. Not my name. Is jonathan cottrell. My goal on this show is tilt driven developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose in their careers. What is a good coach. Most of the time most people when they hear the word coach tend to think of one of two things either an athletic coach or a life coach someone who can push you to become better and that is certainly the image that most of us conjure up is is certainly part what it means to be a good coach. I want to spend this episode possibly a couple more episodes talking about this idea from a slightly different perspective. But i want to set it up and kind of go down the path to help you understand who your most important coach is. You can look back on your life and see various coaches that may have been varying levels of effective for you whether that person was apparent which certainly most parents have some coaching duty as they raised their children Perhaps it was a literal coach. Maybe it was a teacher. Maybe it was a end It certainly could be a co worker manager. Maybe you actually do have a life coach in your life and you can call to mind these different coaches at different points in your life and for what it's worth. Coaching is more of an activity than it is a role.

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Changing Work Environments and Availability Bias

Developer Tea

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Changing Work Environments and Availability Bias

"Into start things off today. I wanna play a little game. I want you to mentally or even allowed as long as other people are not looking at you. Strangely to answer the following questions as quickly and as intuitively as possible first question is name a brand of computer the second question name a make or model of a car and the third question name the color of a piece of clothing. If you're like most people those three things that you named you have come into contact with very recently. Maybe you're looking at somebody with that piece of clothing on that's blue or maybe you own like i do an apple computer or maybe you just saw a commercial about one. Maybe it's possible that The car make and model that you listed was something that you own yourself or maybe you just read an article about tesla today for whatever reason. It's likely that you came into contact with those three things. Of course that doesn't mean that it's impossible for you to have recalled something that you haven't come into contact with but when your brain is given this task it fills in blanks with things that it believes. A relevant and relevance is a very topic when it comes to our brains and that's what we're talking about in stays episode. My name's jonathan cottrell. You're listening to developer. T my goal on this show is to help. Jordan developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose in their careers. This is the second part of a discussion. We started last week about this big transition as you transition. We're all making at the end of a global pandemic things are changing in the workplace for virtually everyone

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"cottrell" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

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"cottrell" Discussed on Creatively Christian

Creatively Christian

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"cottrell" Discussed on Creatively Christian

"And i absolutely encouraged getting all on a page that being said you want those words to be the best. They absolutely can be. And that's that's really why i started. The company was. Because i want to help people like make their words this they can be so that means if that means adding the oxford comma worth that means making sure. A character is consistent throughout the whole novel. Or that kind of thing. If you need a separate a second set of eyes for that i got you. That's what that's what i can do for that now in the christian center like wait. What were you can't really edit scripture you know. All scripture has got briefed while you needed editor at its scripture. I would not do that. Not changing god's word here. I would be checking prescription references. I e say you're wanting to reference. John one thirty five if you right john. Eleven thirty five. You're you're It's gonna be a little bit tricky when it when you're wanting to talk about discipleship and said your client garrido finds jesus wept instead so that being said i check for that kind of stuff like extensively so an editor wouldn't editor does and why a writer should consider an editor. Whether that someone like me or someone like you know anybody out there. So many editors on the market and there's so many two types of editing like there's developmental editing which which means checking for consistencies in your story like characterization plot pacing things like that copy editing. Which is your more like. Nitty gritty grammar dodger is crusher cheese and then proof reading which is less intense than copy editing but similar principle. Just make sure every is dotted before. It's kind of what i call the last bastion of before your book gets it. But um but anyway yeah. So you're edit so being a writer. I it's so easy to get in your own head regardless of whatever you right like you're often just you often see your work in this way then when some regions like oh. I did not mean to write to ends there. So that's your little things and big things. Why one rider with needed editor. That's awesome and i'm really glad you talked about the different kinds of editing. That i only recently. I didn't know that before. I started this company. So yeah so that. So it's been bitten fund. Learn that now. That's so cool. Thank you so what are some of the kind of common mistakes. Maybe that you've seen even doing this. Editing business for a while and then. You've been editing forever. What are the what are the big no knows. What are the big mistakes. That people constantly repeating. Oh i've got. I've got a good answer for this one believe it or not deity pronouns and what i mean by that is he in him in reference to god..

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Sarah Jessica Parker responds to questions about Kim Cattrall in new 'Sex and the City' series

News O'Clock

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Sarah Jessica Parker responds to questions about Kim Cattrall in new 'Sex and the City' series

"Sarah jessica parker is responding to comments that the sex of city cast. Does it like kim cottrell. You know the story is all this time so the questions over cottrell came up because three of the original cast members all posted teasers on their social media for at just like that. Which is the new chapter in the sex and the city saga which also. I did not know what was happening. I was very surprised. But anyways samantha controls character was noticeably. Absent from the teasers. Cottrell said she wouldn't appear at sequels and there's been beef between her and former cast members in response to rumors that the cast didn't like each other. Sarah jessica. Parker responded to a comment on her instagram announcement saying quote. No i don't dislike. I've never said that. Never would samantha. Is it part of the story. But she will always be a part of us no matter where or what we do

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'Sex and the City' is coming back, but it's missing one key character

The Bobby Bones Show

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

'Sex and the City' is coming back, but it's missing one key character

"Sex in the city will return seventeen years. After its last episode aired for what tencent ten episodes. I'm so excited about this. Your this is breaking news to me. It will star three of the four original leads. Sarah jessica parker cynthia. Nixon and kristin davis carrie miranda charlotte. We'll all be back. I'm not shocked that the other don't like control they i. I was shocked. When i got into this. Deep dive about kim cottrell and sarah jessica parker and their feud and i thought their on screen relationship had so much chemistry. I thought there's no way off air. Apparently it was tense onset. Like they'd film the scene and then partways access is good. That's good acting right there. Because i wouldn't feel fake. It sex in the city will return seventeen years after its last episode aired. Hbo max that's where it

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Sex and the City Is Coming Back

Daily Pop

05:39 min | 2 years ago

Sex and the City Is Coming Back

"Sex and the city is coming back. You guys parker cynthia. Nixon and kristin davis confirmed it with this teaser. They're bringing the show back to life on. Hbo maxima. here's a twist for one thing. The show has a new name. It's called and just like that. The other big changes. That kim cottrell will not be back. As samantha. super surprise about that part of it. But you guys here for this look. I think everybody has been waiting for this to happen for a very long time. Where that you like. The series are not whether you like the movies are not you know a character. You still know which character that you are. This show holds a place. And everybody's heart. I don't care who you are man ads. but also what if your character doesn't come back. Like i'm a combination of carrying samantha. So half of me is no longer in this series. And i think you know what i mean like me. That really upsets me. I i found out about this late yesterday was like what's going on. I didn't fully understand what was going on. I'm here for it. But the fact that they're trying to use a different title and try to differentiate from sex in the city as much as possible. I just feel like is the juice worth the squeeze like you have such an iconic franchise you did the show for however many seasons. You have two movies the second movie we let pass because whatever we're super fans and we didn't care as much as we should now to revamp it in like a smaller scale with only three of the women when it's really about the four of them and then also to know that whatever feud has gone on behind the scenes is so bad that somebody will not return sort of just jolts. I don't know the the magic of it all a little bit. Like do people want no samantha. In this show one time samantha. But i i. I love the other girls enough that i told him away without her own. No the problem is the show is called. Sex city remarried broadband. We know nobody's having sex in that city. Okay so give me somebody. I need you to cast somebody. Who's going to be that young sexy siren that's going to actually explore the city as a single woman and have these women go ahead and kind of guide her through now over the years i will say sex in the city has gotten a little bit of pushback because of their lack of diversity this is. Hbo's chance and sexy cities chance to show that they can cast somebody in that role at all. I want is a quarterly simmons or isa raid in that role. We had you know. I love the. I also think it's one of those things. Where if you're not gonna bring samantha back and i know i read a little bit about the show this morning. And it says it's about the women navigating friendships in their fifties. Then i think that you need to also include losing friends. People throughout their life people who have been friends for twenty years. If you're no longer going to have samantha around. I don't wanna hear that samantha's in la or central pay or dating. Some man tell us that samantha went awol. And y'all are not cool anymore. Like i love that. And pretend she's gone and it's all fine also. Don't you think that some are Critic his character is going to be like the one divorce because she's so least likely to be divorced. They've gotta have a good twist. They're already been divorced. she's dead. She converted also watch your language. Watch your language because you keep on saying if you're not gonna have some antibac- if you're not going to invite her in samantha. Was the one kristen her name. I'm i can into the one who said she would never do. Another sex in the city again never wanted to play that character again. It was not her. She wanted to move on. So we can't because a lot of people are pointing fingers at sarah jessica parker a nephew of why shouldn't come back but she said she wasn't going to come. Was it on like kim yet. Her but there was. She couldn't get the last. I think we're done with samantha. They hate each other and the fact that they hate each other to the extent that they hate each other and we still don't really know why is fascinating to me couple. Let's get a couple like major things about the story. What do you think so you think you guys both in kristen's karat. Why can blink charlotte. You think charlottesville. What about big and kerry together or broken up together can carry gonna be together. I don't think it's going to be. I think the new adventures are gonna come with the new woman. I think we're going to get the fashion. I think we're going to get the city. And i also think we're going to get a diverse for the character that we have always need it in this series or something like twenty twenty one like i think it's i think it's just give me comoro. You like let me get my life. Yeah i'm excited about this. I am excited to see what it's gonna be and how they're gonna do it. I'm sure it's going to be good no matter what the way. Let's be honest if kim control really wanted to come back on this show. They would have done it. She worked the last two seasons not liking. Sarah jessica parker joy behar and go back and rosie o'donnell crossing each other at a table for three years. These two can be on together at young to be kuenz. Has no interest was over sad. Can

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Chicago man, 18, accused of molesting cousin, 7, in online view of girl’s teacher, classmates

WGN Showcase

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago man, 18, accused of molesting cousin, 7, in online view of girl’s teacher, classmates

"Denies bail for 18 year old Cottrell Wall Church with the sexual assault of his seven year old cousin during an E Learning session, a teacher of Bronzeville Academy Charter School reported seeing the girl performing a sex act Thursday afternoon during an online study hall session. Some students were also online at the time Administrators, though, don't believe any Children witnessed the attack. The girl was taken to comer Children's Hospital, D. C. F S is also investigating,

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Future Focused Feedback

Developer Tea

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Future Focused Feedback

"One of the most important things you'll do in your whole career is participate in feedback sessions. And in good feedback sessions, things look very different than they do in bad feedback sessions. That's what we're talking about on today's episode. My name is Jonathan Cottrell and you're listening to develop routine. My goal on the show is still driven developers like you find clarity, perspective and purpose in their careers, and in today's episode. We are talking. About feedback how to build a good feedback mechanism. If you are like most people. Myself included by the way. When you hear the word feedback. You have an immediate negative response. Maybe, because of something that has happened previously or maybe because of some mental picture that you've built up about your work place where about what feedback really means. This picture that when things are good, we stay quiet. When things go poorly. That's when we need to talk. And so when you hear that someone wants to provide you some feedback. The feeling that we might get that a lot of people get. is one, of, fear, So how can you give feedback better? And how can you be on the receiving end and receive feedback better? That's what we're talking about in episode so. First. Let's take a step back and talk about what feedback really is. Feedback on its own is a term that's used in communication modeling. The idea of feedback is that there is a message is being sent by some Messenger. And that Messenger has some kind of audience. Wants the audience receives the message. They provide some kind of you guessed it feedback. So how does this fit with our working model? Well, the messages that we are sending are not intended for a particular audience most of the time. Most of the time when we do our work, we're not trying to illicit positive feedback. We're trying to do our jobs. And so when we can understand that feedback session is actually more like an original message session. We can start to look at feedback little bit differently. This is especially important for managers. Managers Win, you provide feedback to an individual to a direct report. You have to understand that person may not be expecting that feedback at all, and instead of seeing in as a response to something that they did that. The direct report did they might see it as something that you decided to do. Out of your own. Making out of your own volition, and this is important because. If, they don't see this as a reaction, right if your direct report doesn't understand that this is feedback as directly related to something that they did, and you're trying to empower them. They might. Put up their guard and The idea of feedback is to provide a loop that is invited. Otherwise what we're doing is we're creating messages and calling them feedback, so it's important to. Make feedback a collaborative process. That's the first tip that I'm GonNa, give you today. Make your feedback a collaborative process especially if you're a manager, but also if you're the person who is typically receiving the feedback from your manager. We're GONNA talk about how it goes the other direction as well later on in today's episode, but if you're the direct report, right in you are receiving feedback. Or if you are the manager who's giving feedback, it's important to recognize the point the whole goal. Of feedback and that is. and. This is tip number two for today. Future focused feedback? The whole point of providing feedback. As it stands in our modern workplace. At least today is to improve. To make slight adjustments or To have a moment of relational connection. Maybe the feedback is simple as letting. Someone know that you thought what they did was excellent. That's totally valid feedback and. It serves a purpose that is still future

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Rejecting a Duel Identity

Developer Tea

05:09 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Rejecting a Duel Identity

"It's easy to imagine. A dual system. A Dewalt sense of identity, the good side, bad side. The impulsive side of us and the more thoughtful side. This dual sense of identity is not real. It's only on our perception, and it can change the way we think about how we work as engineers. My name is Jonathan Cottrell you're listening to developer. My go on. The show is driven developers like you find clarity, perspective and purpose in their careers. Just like many of the other distortions that our brains can of trick us into believing the idea that we have to cells that we have the good side, the bad side that Dr Jekyll and Dr Hide. Is exactly that it's a trick, a distortion, a simple way of thinking that hides away the complex realities of our ego. So. Why are we talking about ego? Are we talking about dual since of identity on a podcast for engineers will? The truth is when we look at our code. Or? When we look at our previous code, we often tend to blame one or the other. We take credit. When. We believe that we've done something good and we assign that credit to the good ego. We assign it to. Who we intend to be. But then when something goes wrong, we don't take the same level of responsibility now. We may not blame our bad selves, but. We insulate our good selves from stakes. We imagine that the mistake is the fault of the circumstance when it's ourselves, but then when we're looking at other people, we imagine that the mistake is the fault of that person. Taking a wider view, we imagine that we. Can Transcend our own ego. In other words, we can get outside of our own sense of identity. Our own sense of purpose or worth. Our Self. Perception, This is that ego that we're talking about. And when we insulate our own egos from mistakes when we don't blame ourselves. For the bad that we do, but then we turn around, and we don't apply the same rules. The same luxuries to our co workers. We're doing this because we cannot imagine that are co workers have transcended their own egos. This is once again a distortion. This is called the fundamental attribution error. The idea is that we are assigning blame to a person based on who they are. They're fundamental attributes. Rather than doing what we do for ourselves, considering all of the other reasons, all of the other influences that may have caused an error. Going back to this idea that we have a dual, I'd identity. One of those identities is one that we reject. We don't integrate into our thinking. We? Don't believe that we're going to be late. We don't believe. That, we will be lazy. We don't believe that those are a part of who we are. And so we assign them we assign those negative attributes away from ourselves as far away as we can put them. Here's the takeaway for today's episode. Those sites are just as much a part of you. As the good ones. And there's no reason to push away from this. There's no reason to imagine that you can sequester all of your negative attributes. More negative behaviors or bad habits when we assign those to that second identity that second sense of self. that. We kind of naturally create that black, hole. That is not what we intend to be when we do that. We're not taking responsibility for the totality. Of our own actions. And when you do take responsibility for totality of your own actions, you can actually inspect them. Not. All the things that we think are bad. Behaviors are fundamentally bad behaviors, some of them responses to your environment and others. Are Good in the right light. I want to be very clear that there are certainly behaviors that we shouldn't try to portray in a positive light, but. The flip side of that of not being positive about them is not to reject them or act as if they don't exist. Instead we can learn from ourselves if we imagined that our identity is one and the same, no matter if it is positive or negative.

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Listener Question: How Do I Communicate with Non-Technical Decision Makers?

Developer Tea

05:52 min | 2 years ago

Listener Question: How Do I Communicate with Non-Technical Decision Makers?

"How do you communicate a technical solution to a non technical team member? And specifically when that non technical team member needs to be involved in making a decision has technical implications. That's the question that we're talking about on today's episode. My name is Jonathan Cottrell. You're listening to develop for. And my goal on the show is to help driven developers like you find clarity, perspective and purpose in their careers, and I got this question from a listener named Saul crews Saul contacted me on link in feel free to connect with me only two and if you want to I'm more active on twitter. You can find me at j Cottrell and you can also find me at at developer Thi. This question is such a good question because there's so many important topics that are wrapped up into this question, so I want to dive into the question. but I when it comes, take a step back and talk about how this happens. Why do we ended up in these situations to begin with? When I first started as an engineer I thought the my job was to create good code code that other engineers would find inspiring or creative. Things that were novel and solutions to hard technical problems. This is what I thought. My job was, but the truth was my job. went far beyond this very simplistic version. It's easy to attach to those things. These are the kinds of things that a lot of engineers. Believe they believe that a lot of their job has to do with the quality of their code or The vast majority of their job has to do with whether or not. They're solving hard technical problems with novel solutions. And that's not wrong. It's not wrong that that could be a part of your job. But your actual job, and when we say job on the show and this episode, we're talking about what your employer is willing to pay you for. What they are willing to give you money for your actual job. is to provide value to that employer. Nothing more and nothing less. and. We can get into the nuanced discussion of what exactly is value. And it's useful to talk about one particular aspect, and that is tangible versus intangible value. Tangible value is directly tied to some kind of obvious resource that we all share. Let's say that you're developing a feature that. Is a specific contingency for winning a particular customer. This is tangible value, and it's pretty clear that your contributions are tied almost directly to that value becoming a reality for your company, but then there's other intangible value. Let's say that your company is interested in having good developer relations well going back to that previous. Misconception of what my job was. When I started as an engineer, having really well written code that would impress those other engineers. Might be used as a recruiting tool. And it may not be the only specific thing that causes somebody to join. The company. It may not be the only thing that gives you. The thumbs up as a developer relations expert. But it provides intangible value that snowballs and eventually connects. To tangible value, so I want to go back to the question that was asked by Saul where he asks how we can. As developers communicate to non technical people who we have to make decisions with. And I! I'm going to tell you how not to do it. then. We'll take a quick sponsor break, and then we'll come back and give you some tips on how to do it better. So here's the first rule on how not to communicate to a non technical stake holder. Don't treat them as if they want to learn the technical details. This is very difficult for me as an engineer and someone who has got to the mindset of teacher, because in my mind, everything that I'm interested in other people may also be interested in everything I. Know about a subject that helps me make clear decisions. I assume other people who want to make decisions about the same subject. May also want that same knowledge, but the truth is that your role is not to be a teacher. And that's not to say that you won't provide some information. Some critical information, even as a subject matter expert, but a subject matter experts job is not to teach the technical details, but instead to communicate their impact. Kind of getting ahead of ourselves here. But. It's not to teach the the person who non nontechnical. That's not your. To teach them the second thing you have to be aware of as an engineer. Is that the reasons you might make a decision. The especially the technical reasons you might make a decision. Are Very likely to not make immediate sense to your audience. In other words, let's imagine that the technical reason that you want to use a particular language is because it's ability to work concurrently or Kind of performance metric. Communicating this raw performance metric is unlikely to sway an audience that doesn't really know the difference between one language and another or one performance, metric and

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Mental Models for Finding Balance

Developer Tea

07:19 min | 2 years ago

Mental Models for Finding Balance

"What does it mean when we say balance we use this term? When we're talking about our work we use it when we're talking about our political views. We use it when we're talking about how we judge other people. We use the term when we talk about how we should treat other people and we certainly use it when we talk about decision making but what exactly is balanced and who decides win. Something is in a good balance or if it's unbalanced in today's episode we're GonNa talk about two models of thinking that can help us understand some nuances about balance. My Name is Jonathan Cottrell listening to developer tea and my goal on the show is to help. Driven developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose in their careers. And here's the reality balance most of the time when we use that word. What we mean is something acceptable. Something that feels peaceful for example when we use it in the frame of work life balance or something that we generally agree is fair. When we're talking about the justice system and defining that balance is a dynamic problem that doesn't have a singular solution for example balancing a workload. What's GONNA look different for different people? Based on their capacity maybe based on what kind of what phase of life therein and so balance has no singular representation. It is like most things relative to your context but there are different ways that we achieve balance. You can edge. I imagine someone balancing on tight rope the idea being that any misstep will throw them out of balance and that once the tight rope walker is out of balance. There is no recovering because they've fallen another mental image. You can bring up. Is that of a scale where you way down. One side and try weigh down the other one in equal proportion many times when we think about balance as it relates to our personal lives. The picture that comes up is more like a calendar. And if you're to scan across that calendar the places where you're spending time if they are heavily weighted in one area. You may feel unbalanced but I wanNA to talk about two models of balance that come from the hard sciences specifically i WanNa talk about thermodynamic balance or inter pellets and chemical balance first. Let's talk about thermodynamic balanced for a minute. Thermodynamic balance is the balance of essentially temperature and temperature is a measure of energy higher amounts of heat means there's more energy and lower amounts of heat means there's less energy and generally speaking when you put something that has high energy near something that has low energy they will interact. They're not going to stay separate from each other but instead it was that kind of system if you were to say create a vacuum in have a one area of the vacuum half of the vacuum high energy and the other half of the vacuum as low energy those two fields of particles whatever they are air or water or whatever will tend to move towards some equilibrium. It's important to note that another law of thermodynamics is that no energy is lost or created in a given system so this is all theoretical if you had something that had let's say one hundred units of energy and something that had fifty units of energy and they were in equal proportion to each other than you would end up with seventy five units of energy on average across that whole field technically the law of thermodynamics. That were referencing. Here is that things will tend to move towards An absolute zero which essentially means that. There's no difference. There's no potential energy in the system available. So why are we talking about this law of thermodynamics him? What does it have to do with your kind of sense of balance as a person or in your work where? There's a lot of ways that we can apply this concept to our lives applying this model of thinking to our lives when you are feeling a sense of tension when you feel what you would label as unbalanced. It's very likely that you have this kind of juxtaposition where you are holding too much energy and we will use that term kind of loosely. Right now where you're doing too much for example and the equilibrium that you need to find is by doing less. This is an oversimplified example because in most systems balance or equilibrium is not found between two competing forces. We don't live in a vacuum where you have only to can fields that are trying to find equilibrium. We live in a much more complex environment with new variables being introduced every day. We'll give you a very simple example of this before I was married before I had children. I had more available energy to put towards working when I say working. I mean learning doing things on the side of the extra energy that I now and putting towards my relationships with my family the seems like an obvious example but what this means is that balance has a different definition for me now balance means something different than it used to and this isn't always purely on an individual level. Sometimes balance is a shared concept in a given culture are giving context we do have some shared limits as humans but we also have shared culture that changes our personal definitions our personal perceptions of what it means to work with balance now most of the time when we talk about balance as it relates to our work. We're talking about. What proportion of our time are we spending on work? And the modifier that we use Let's say as as a Employer is we provide time off. We provide holidays. That's one of the benefits that an employer might provide but sometimes sometimes the amount of time off has nothing to do with the balance at all.

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The Overreaction Paradox

Developer Tea

05:57 min | 2 years ago

The Overreaction Paradox

"In today's episode. We're going to discuss. Something called the overreaction paradox. This is a newly coined term for a long existing phenomenon. My Name's Jonathan Cottrell. You're listening to develop a t and go on. The show is to help. German developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose in their careers. A spoiler alert for today's episode. Even though we're talking about something called the overreaction paradox. We are not suggesting that the people who are responding to this global pandemic are overreacting fact in most ways. This paradox supports the other side of the argument. That overreaction can often be completely rational. Here's how it works will use an example from our work as developers. Let's imagine that you have a startup. You've come up with a great idea. And least you think it's a great idea for an application and you know that this apps going to be launched on product hunt tomorrow but you do nothing to prepare for it. Maybe leave the APP on a small server. That can easily be overloaded. Or maybe it's dino that goes to sleep on Hiroko or something and so as the APP is shared on Product Hunt. Or as it's shared on hacker news and because it's such a good idea they had it gained enough popularity but all of the traffic. Obviously overtakes your server and you can't scale to meet the demand now not only. Does the traffic overtake the server? But you don't really do anything about it. You kind of sit back and say well. Things will work themselves out eventually. People stopped visiting the site because it's unresponsive and in a way things did work themselves out but just not to your advantage. People stop visiting the site because was unresponsive. In this scenario. You didn't overreact but you still experienced a significant failure and it's obvious that you could have done more to prepare now. Let's stick it to the other side of this argument. Let's rewind back to the night or the month before the launch. Your great startup idea is scheduled to release on product hunt. Perhaps you thought ahead and decided to release on Hacker News on a day earlier. Perhaps you're going to stagger. You're you're already kind of preparing for the onslaught of traffic and coordinating your marketing efforts to manage that traffic. Well and so you prepare in advance in multiple ways first by coordinating those released times and then maybe you scale up your server or you have redundant servers multiple backup options in case the first line of Defense or your first server falls down and you can easily reroute traffic to another server. And of course the tactics to do this. There's a lot of them and we don't need to dive into the details. But it's important to notice here then you haven't even released your product. Yeah in fact if you're looking at the need the immediate need for these extra measures of precaution. The the immediate need just. Isn't there now. Let's fast forward to the day of launch. And you start getting heavy traffic in fact even heavier than you had planned for him now. Initially your plans all kind of work you have one of your servers get overloaded and traffic automatically flows to the second one but then you have a few users that are reporting that. They're seeing some kind of error. You react immediately adding even more servers to your pool of service and you can see how this kind of reactive response and proactive response. If you're looking at it in comparison to the previous the previous scenario this kind of activity is much more desirable but I wanted to kind of change the second scenario. Let's imagine that not only. Were you able to handle all the traffic? But you're able to handle all of it easily with a lot of headroom. In this scenario people might say that you overreacted. That you prepared to heavily or that. You imagined a problem that never existed. These are all phrases that we like to throw around and we have good reasons for throwing these phrases around for example is not really a good idea to write code before you need it. And this is essentially. The some of the overreaction paradox. I'm going to read the tweet directly from James Clear James Clear as the person who kind of coined this term. The overreaction paradox. And here's here's the tweet. Windy results of taking effective action. Is that nothing happens. Which makes your efforts seem unnecessary. And like an overreaction. Even if it was the right thing to do I want you to. Think about this overreaction paradox while we go and talk about today's sponsor and then want to come back and talk about how we can make our incentives align with the things that we care about so that we don't get stuck on the wrong side of the overreaction paradox.

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Don't Make the Problem Fit the Model

Developer Tea

03:46 min | 3 years ago

Don't Make the Problem Fit the Model

"One of the most critical and fundamental skills any developer must cultivate is the ability to map. Mapping is the concept of taking some information and relating it to some other information the seems overly simplified but if we apply this to actual maps we can see the direct correlation for example when we take a picture with a satellite. We have pixels and we can map those pixels to actual latitude and longitude points in our physical world. What's interesting is that? Latitude and longitude is in of itself. A mapping exercise in so it stands to reason that we can stack maps on top of each other. We can add new information using old maps. That's exactly what we're doing when we're creating routes on these existing maps were taking the many different layers and compressing them together. Creating multiple maps that are abstracted from underlying maps. In fact almost all of the information that we operate on a day-to-day basis relies. Some kind of mapping but it stands to reason that as with most things that humans try to do very often. We get our mapping wrong in today's episode. We're going to talk about how forcing a concept into the wrong model can cause major problems in software and your career as a whole my name. Is Jonathan. Cottrell you're listening to develop my goal on. This show is to help. Drew Developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose in their careers as with all models. A model is not a pure picture of the truth. Alfred Decor Ziblonki. I said that a map is not the territory it represents but if it's correct it has a similar structure to the territory which accounts for its usefulness once again if we think about actual maps that we use the Google maps for example satellite imagery on Google. Maps often is out of date. In fact it's always out of date to some degree therefore it cannot ever be exactly the territory however models are useful just because a maps satellite imagery is not perfectly up-to-date. Doesn't mean that those images don't represent some picture of today's current reality in most cases. Those images are up to date enough to be useful and it's important to recognize as with so many topics on this show the necessity of context. In what way can a map be useful? In what way can a model be useful? We talked about models in the last episode of develop not specifically. We talked about the idea of having implicit and explicit models that inform our various processes. And it's important to think about your models but it's also necessary to think about how models can steer US wrong models can and often do give us a false sense of confidence. It's not just because we picked the wrong model to represent a particular idea. We shouldn't always blame the

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Getting On The Right Level When Solving Problems Collaboratively

Developer Tea

07:30 min | 3 years ago

Getting On The Right Level When Solving Problems Collaboratively

"Have you ever been accused of being too in the weeds to nitty gritty. Or maybe you've been accused of something kind of the opposite that your head is in the clouds. You're too so far zoomed out. You're thinking too abstractly in today's episode. We're going to talk about what causes this kind of problem in what you might be able to do in conversations to fix it. My name is Jonathan Cottrell. You're listening to developer. Team goal on the show is took driven developers like you. You find clarity. Perspective purpose in their careers developer t was initially built as a show. That focuses is on a very narrow subject for a short period. Today's episode will be an example of that or only going to have a few minutes. It's discussing this topic in necessarily we are discussing something at a zoomed in perspective. And we don't always cover every we single implication or detail kind of leave that as an exercise to the listener. If you want to dive deeper you can. But what's necessary to be able to do. This is choosing what level. We're going to talk about the subject. At what do we include and more importantly what do we leave out of course when we're putting out content As podcast and we can get to choose what level is appropriate for the podcast. And for what I want to talk about on the show but it's not necessarily so when you're in a work scenario when you're collaborating with other people when you're trying to solve a problem when you're trying to build a successful business the economics of the discussion the economics of your approach all of this deals with the level that you choose to solve and if you've experienced this you've probably experienced it at an interpersonal level in some kind of meeting leading scenario One on one meeting for example between an individual contributor and that person's manager developer and their manager and the managers trying to solve the team dynamics they want to understand. How do we create positive? Relationships between the team members numbers and the individual developer brings a specific solitary problem one issue that they have with with another developer and these are two different levels. The question being asked is how do we solve the relational issues that the team is facing thing but the answer. That's being provided is zoomed in on one specific instance of a problem. This specific civic. Instances of the problem may help us understand the larger picture that the manager is asking about and it certainly shouldn't be ignored. There's nothing wrong with this level of thinking but in the conversation that's being had perhaps the most functional thing that can happen is either. The manager chooses assist to address the specific problem. I with that individual which is probably a good first step by the way or the individual recognizes or. The manager tells the visual that. Hey you know what. We're trying to solve the problem. And one layer above and one layer abstracted from what you're talking about and this difference could even be quite minor. The difference between these layers is not necessarily substantial stansel but defining what layer. You're going to solve the problem at helps. Both sides focus on the problem at hand rather than then whatever. The relevant details are in the disparity between approaches. You've probably also experienced the opposite of this. Where the question being asked was at a higher layer and the answer given was at a lower layer where the question asked is at a lower layer and the answer given is at a higher layer this kind of Response often feels defeating To the person that's asking the question. Sometimes this is just a question question about tactically solving a problem and the answer Moves up to a process level for example this very common scenario in management. Now this doesn't mean once again that the thoughts about the process oriented approach are wrong very often. The conversation should eventually evolve to that point but for the person who has In this is my personality that tends to this as well for the person who tends to abstract act problems quickly to respond by abstracting to a level of assistance thinking rather than answering a tactical issue this can sometimes frustrate the people that are asking the question similarly to someone who is getting into the weeds. It's kind of the opposite problem But the same level of frustration can happen because it's a communications breakdown. So how can we fix this. Consider the idea of answering a question question being largely about understanding the question thoroughly to begin with you've probably heard the socrates quote understanding. A question is half an answer and this certainly applies in this scenario with someone engages in conversation with you especially when you are engaging engaging together to solve a particular problem to solve an issue on a team for example understanding the question understanding meaning the problem understanding the concern thoroughly is part of the solution. Don't approach these conversations as if the question is clear and obvious even if the question has been worded and reworded multiple times even if both sides believe they they have an intuitive understanding of the problem at hand the problem needs to be defined and redefined signed and explored together this is part of the collaborative process when providing feedback. Do it in a conversational way. Day that is always also looking for more feedback about the feedback right so in this scenario where you're starting to get into the weeds. Make sure you're answering in a way. That is aware of the fact that you may be answering on different levels. Ask The question of. Is this too in the weeds or do we need to talk about something more abstractly. If both sides of the conversation are aware the people tend to answer questions at different levels than frustration can be replaced by communication and getting at the right right level. Is One step getting the right answer.

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Productivity In The Face of Ambiguity with Functional Assumptions

Developer Tea

02:51 min | 3 years ago

Productivity In The Face of Ambiguity with Functional Assumptions

"As we pointed out many times on the show before a senior your engineer a great developer someone who has a lot of experience you will very often hear their answer to almost every requestion starting with it depends and while this can be the right answer it may also so leave you feeling paralyzed in fact in some ways this might make younger or less experienced developers seem like they move faster because they don't have these weights from their past experiences they don't have to go through all of the things that it depends on so what can we do to empower our senior developers to empower our ourselves to make decisions even though we have all of this context that makes us feel like we are paralyzed. That's what we're talking about in today's episode of developer T my name is Jonathan Cottrell my goal on this show is to help driven developers like you find clarity perspective and purpose in your careers now just a quick recap the idea that it depends it comes down to very simple reality that context his always critical and when you ask a question that doesn't have context built in to that question well a good developer is always going to ask for that context this is a good strategy for example just as a kind of a bonus points a good strategy for showing that you are a thoughtful developer clipper that you may have this senior level experience when you're in in in an interview is to ask for that kind of context when you have a question that doesn't have context included it's a even somewhat vague question ask for more context ask for the edges of the problem try to understand the problem problem thoroughly however on the flip side you're in your job and you're trying to make decisions in the face of uncertainty not a lot of what you're trying to do is take vague requirements take vague requests and turn them into highly clarified tasks asks or turn them into code so how do we deal with this seeming paradox where on the one hand we know ooh that operating as if there wasn't context as a terrible idea but on the other hand when we ask for all of the context that we might need to make the perfect decision we ended up paralyzed gathering that context and we never actually moved the ball forward.

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Leverage as a Career Heuristic

Developer Tea

07:54 min | 3 years ago

Leverage as a Career Heuristic

"Many past episodes we talk about some of the pitfalls of our biases as of our cognitive distortions and often this discussion turns to the concept of heuristic here risks being he kind of rules of thumb that we use when making snap judgments and here is six are incredibly important unfortunately often they get a negative rap been on this show so in today's episode I WanNa talk about a specific heuristic the you can use to kind of drive your career growth James Jonathan Cottrell and you're listening to Develope my going the show is self driven developers find clarity perspective and purpose in their careers before we talk about the ristic I want to discuss today I want to take a step back and think about how we as developers as engineers designers donors how do we set our goals of course in the context of a company you may have revenue goals you may have you know official okay ours everyone agrees on but there's a distinct line in the sand between the common goals making more money and the more specific goals like having a positive impact on a particular group of people no matter how you create your goals almost everyone falls back to some kind of basic rules of thumb for example almost every once whatever they do to be sustainable and I don't necessarily mean environmentally sustainable of course that could be a part of your values the people don't tend to set out with the expectation and the desire to fail or to stop doing something that they're doing quickly the Hicks of earning resources or social recognition social appreciation these are the heuristic we tend to share and these serious six can kind of be automatic they're built in we don't have to sit down and write down that we want Social Nisshin we know how to sit down and write down that we want more resources so that we can survive and thrive so we have a bunch of these automatic curious expert what if we wanted to kind of create or build another set of heuristic on top of this most of the time when we think about our values news it is not necessarily at the heuristic level in other words there aren't really rules of thumb we have to think very hard about how we measure certain decisions against the the values today I wanna talk about a heuristic that will help you grow your career that may not necessarily be obvious it may not necessarily pop out to you from your nature or your subconscious but before we get into talking about this particular heuristic I want to introduce it with it a caveat and that is that no one is going to care about your career more than you do think about that for Ramona no one will have the capability of carrying about your career more than you do now many of you have probably heard this in some form or another that nobody's going to care about your life or your job or your income more than you do and it's true but some of the connotation nations need to be cleared up here this doesn't mean that no one else cares about your career at all and also doesn't mean that everyone else is out to get you or that they will put their careers above yours very often decisions are mutually benefit missile they benefit both your career and the other person's so have to be careful when we are thinking about making moves for our own careers we have to be careful in assuming that no one else cares at all about our careers when the truth is probably somewhere in between I've heard some pushback on this idea also from the angle that other people can't care as much about my career as as I do and I think the the better ways think about this as no one else will invest as much in your career as you will no one else will invest as much in your careers you will and when we think about it this way they he clears up any kind of confusion so let's talk about this heuristic I will talk about what the heuristic is them we're GonNa do a quick sponsor break in come back and talk about how it applies in particular scenarios in your career you're going to have moments where you have to you negotiate and negotiation isn't always about getting a better salary it's also not about getting a promotion of course those are moments of negotiation but you're negotiating all the time negotiation is out of our lives pretty much every day now we often think about negotiation as getting the Best Bang for our buck getting a better price on something but negotiations much more than that at a fundamental level negotiation is the process of resolution the process of finding common ground with another person in order to take the next step essentially anytime you are making decisions a specially when you're making collaborative decisions you probably have some dynamic of negotiation happening additionally you can imagine that negotiation happens within ourselves as well we seem to have two sides in an even decision the one side that wants to do the thing that it is immediately gratifying or maybe the thing that is safe and the other side that wants to do the thing that's long-term better for us or maybe a bit more risky often the decision making process for an individual is kind of a mock trial between these two sides thing to arguments of each one and then deciding which one is the most persuasive and so it benefits us to understand and to be good good and negotiating pretty much all negotiation relies on leverage and this is the heuristic the you can use used to grow your career now I want to be clear that I think there are a lot of ethical implications in this discussion because leverage can be anes Bhai totally innocent and even beneficial processes where you can gain leverage through very unethical processes even illegal processes like tale in the same way that earning resources as a heuristic you can come by those resources in both illegal in legal ways to remember that with every heuristic that you use I e need to bring with you the tools of inspection in the filtering that you have through your values and through your ethics and of course using the filters of societal norms and even what's legal but once we get on the other side of that once we get to the place where we can gain leverage we can build leverage for ourselves in ways that are totally above board we provide ourselves a much better position in any negotiation

Product Mindset With Jessica Hall

Developer Tea

12:33 min | 3 years ago

Product Mindset With Jessica Hall

"I think people are way too attached. Languages languages come and go every three to four years. people are re architect ing making changes. I A lot of people are are committing their organizations to a path without knowing how hard it's going to be changed as opposed to saying this is where we're solving wing for today with tomorrow at mind we think we know that things might shifted change over time because everybody has had to re architect and in in many cases multiple times that was the voice of Jessica. Hall the A CO author of the book the Product Mindset today is the second part of my interview with Jessica. You didn't listen to the first part encourage you to go back and listen to that before you dive into today's is episode. My name is Jonathan Cottrell and you're listening to develop not in my goal on the show is to help driven developers like you find clarity. Perspective can purpose pissing your careers. Let's get straight into part two of my interview with Jessica Hall. I'd love for you to kind of explain further about how how I might know more practically dive into a product mindset. What are some ways some things that I do today that maybe I'm not going to do in in two or three years and instead. I'm going to be doing something else. What are those things that you see a Mo- more developers participating in the future. Yes in the product lines. Mindset has three principles that kind of underlie all things it starts with a fundamentally before principles building for outcomes outcomes that we're not just here to build code. We're here to build businesses to help. Businesses serve customers and to grow the end to continue to innovate that it's not just about the Kobe right but what does that code create. What is that code enable. What value does it deliver and the first principle is minimize typed value. Which is the idea that you know when you are working working in your I d e when you're writing things in Jira. When you're planning meetings when you're doing sticky notes drawing diagrams that's activity the value exists in the hands of your customers value exists when they can work with the prototype or use a productive feature in production or staging That's value exists in their hands where they can do something. So how do you as fast as possible. Put something to their hands. How how do you reject the notion that it has to be complete as to be fully implemented have every bell and whistle it has to have feature parity plus everything else. What is the smallest all set of things that you can do that solve the problem for somebody? PUT IT in their hands. How do you kind of slice across and say I'm going to deliver the ability for you to to look at this for you to manipulate it in for you to get some sort of result on just this thin stripe things and that from there. I can see people gosh should be really. I you know I really want to be able to do this thing great. Let me build that thing. You know. It doesn't account for this thing awesome. I'll get on that next but that first principles really the idea idea that we have to deliver that small sliver that small piece of the feature not everything and I think it goes back to school where you have this ocean of completeness and I don't want an incomplete. That's like that's bad. I can't simplify these things down. I can't cut it down. Just take a piece but taking a piece allows you to reduce waste to increase learning to start generating interest. Perhaps general revenue much sooner so the question you to ask yourself. Else is our minimizing time value when you go to plan your releases. Are you thinking about in every release in every sprint whatever you know analogy use news. How fast are we delivering value to. Our customers are waiting too long before we giving them things. Do we have things that are clogging up the pipeline that if we could streamline them we did you get things out faster which means we can learn faster. How do why isn't it in junior developer. Maybe think about implementing something that might get it done a little bit quicker a little bit simpler as opposed to something that maybe Nouri ability to scale but honey. We Ain't scaling yet. We don't even have ten customers so or win. The team goes to do release planning to say okay. Let's break this down and make sure we have something that we can release that we can deliver value to our our customers in that. We can learn and we're open in. We value without learning the NEX principle is solved for neat so the idea is that AH product needs to solve a need. When is that need. Why does this thing is exists. What do we do for people you know. Kenya explain you're at a bar with someone you just met like why your product matters and you know. What is the need? A needs is our best to find a by state like I can't do any better than him so I'm GonNa have to use his you know. It's you know it's a problem you know. Oh The doing laundry is a pain in the butt and you probably don't enjoy doing laundry your number two. I know that that I know the extent that it takes time and effort if I don't do you know if I don't get it done. That aren't where until you you can. You can put a price on that pain. that you're trying to fix your trying to fix it. You're trying to improve it somehow. You're hacking something together your laundry scheduler. You're you're using. You're trying different services and things in nothing's quite working and you're in the last. You're willing to invest in a solution. That's a neat neat. That's something I I can. I know I haven't if someone has a problem. They don't identify. They don't feel they don't connect act with they haven't figured that out yet good luck trying to cells kind of have to admit that they know it's a problem. They know it hurts. They're trying stuff suffer not finding the right thing. They're willing to make an investment in the new thing that's where you WanNa play and so that's kind of where it helping understand the customer and having spent some time. No one's asking you to do detailed research. Maybe read some of the research that your team is put together. Maybe look at some of the data. Maybe listen to an interview. There's something really powerful about connecting with other humans. the last one is accelerate age the so that comes in a couple different ways you know back in the day. You still only be able to release once a month now. We have good better tooling. better processes better ways to be able to deploy more often being willing to invest in that. I'm reading. This book called accelerate about the science of devops. It is is not an easy by any stretch like I can only go do a couple of pages at a time because it's so dense but it's also antastic in making the case through were very rigorous data heavy process of why to make that investment but it's not just the technology piece of that end getting your organization to invest in technology not the decision making you know a lot of people complain that priorities change at my answers will yeah they should because has everything around the spill change companies change markets change regulations change so why shouldn't priorities change its priorities changing such assigned. FLAKA organization who doesn't know what they're doing at their if they are changing without reason they're changing. They have been measured. They're changing aging because you know somebody right has shiny object syndrome that bad and he usually people call me because because somebody's got shiny objects in Rome. That's not not uncommon big but if they're changing because there is something has changed in the world and we need to respond to it. That's thank goodness right. Yeah thank goodness that retained because if we don't somebody else will get their first and we may not be here so changing priorities isn't necessarily a bad thing. I need people to kind of think that when priorities changing question where that's coming from rather than say oh my gosh product. Doesn't you know what's going on. Our leadership. Team doesn't know what's going on. Don't blindly execute yourself to the bottom of the ocean. Yeah this is a this is a problem right because if you if you look at what what do you mean when you say change. There's multiple things going on. You're you are in your environment and you may be doing something in that environment but if the environment changes around you then there's it's essentially indistinguishable able whether you changed or the environment changed right in other words. You can keep on doing the same thing but that doesn't mean that doing doing the same thing is going to result in the same outcome. This is very It's obviously true right because you can say okay well. Masika a silly example. This is unrealistic. Let's say that I'm awake. Now I might as well just continue staying awake and I'm not GonNa Sleep when when when the when night falls because I'm awake and I don't WanNa change that's crazy right because we're talking about a different scale of of changing and to to maintain homeostasis for your body. You need to sleep right so in a way. If you don't want to change you you should sleep right so if let's say that the other scale that we're measuring on is growth company is growing. You know say they're. They're growing their revenue. year of year at one hundred percent. I don't know some unrealistic number and they they don't WanNa change well. What is it that they don't want to change. Do they want to continue growing their revenue or do they not want to change something else and allow their revenue to sink right. That's so so so I think we we want to maintain our behaviors but we forget that our behaviors are not the entire story that the environment is changing around us and so you're not the same person that you were before. You're not the same company that you were before and certainly the things that you did before or not. GonNa have the same effect as they a- as they had previously yeah ain't that painted a but it makes it hard right. How do you know what to do. I will gosh it's really hard to say now. I I'm reminded of Pixar Stringer hits day very deliberately brought brought in that Bradburn who got like fired by budget studios and said. We believe you will challenge us. You will shake it up. You will not allow us to go into complacency with toy story seventeen or something and so he he was the you know the person's shake it up any took. Everybody wanted to shake things up in the whole company. Put the one team and they may day incredible and so. It's hard to to do that in You know it's it's rough. If you want to continue to see those numbers go up. You WanNa continue doing something. That makes you feel safe insecure that you know you can do that noble when it all feels like it. Smooth food is coming. I mean I hate to be the doomsday device but something is on the horizon. We've never I don't think again. I'm going to get this wrong but I think the number is that fifty seven or seventy five percent of fortune one hundred will turn over the next two years that didn't happen twenty years ago but it happened today the end you've got choices to make somebody who's GonNa income for you or you. Comfort yourself tied to keep pushing it forward and and that's that's scary and that's hard and your company evolves. Maybe some of the same people they write for it anymore.

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Trade war: The US and China just slapped new tariffs on each other

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:33 min | 4 years ago

Trade war: The US and China just slapped new tariffs on each other

"Just finding a very quick look at this trade war between China and the US. Okay. So today we have the second round of tariffs on both sides taking effect. So this is sixteen billion dollars in the US and sixteen billion dollars from China of goods. So this is the second round total now. Fifty billion dollars with the goods. Have now tariffs on them initially started by the states and then retaliatory tariffs from China and it's all sorts of things. So the US is now putting twenty five percent tax on sixteen billion dollars worth of goods. And there's some list is two hundred seventy nine different things. So all's chemicals, all kinds of things. China. China's list is three hundred thirty three different products that than than putting taxes on. Input from the states, things like culpa, fuel, stale, all kinds of things. The total is now fifty billion dollars Trump has threatened another two hundred billion dollars as quickly as next month, but he has in fact, threatened in the post relatively recently. Five hundred billion dollars worth of goods will have Tara stepped on that is the entire exports of China to the US in one year's Hayes buysc you said fifty billion now, but that's any tempts at a total. I will go off to the rest. Jackson Hole in Wyoming is hosting. I think it starts today actually big meeting of central bankers, global finance ministers. It's a really, really big mating. I'm matching trade will be top of their agenda,

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Rape case dropped against Denver Broncos DE Adam Gotsis

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Rape case dropped against Denver Broncos DE Adam Gotsis

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