35 Burst results for "Dacian"

"dacian" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Ban or I guess ban is better to put than suspension. But what I think about this with tyreek Evans is let's say this was two months ago that he was eligible to come back. He might have got one of those COVID call ups that all these other guys got kind of maybe might have had the Lance Stevenson bounce where it's like, hey, I can still play. Look, and then everybody's like, oh yeah, you know, this guy's still can still have something. So let's see, you know, maybe a team team brings him in, but we're starting to get a little tighter on roster spots. And I think teams want to be giving them away to guys who they're not fully certain. So this might be more one of maybe he catches on very late in the season on a ten day with somebody and then next year he is in training camp with a team or something like that. But he wasn't great as last year with the pacers. I didn't shoot it well. He had kind of did look as good, but we don't know how much of that was that some of that caused by some of the substance abuse issues that he was davin going on at the time too. So let's see how about good luck to tyreek Evans. Almost everybody. We're performing to get all the way back as long as he's got his life in order like it should be. Absolutely. And that's the most important thing there. Dacian nicks gets a four year deal with the rockets. Now I'd imagine I haven't seen the details on this, but I would imagine there's some non guaranteed years in this. This is the time of year when teams are taking advantage of that kind of stuff, locking in players under these kind of deals and then off you go. So that's what I would expect to see here with the rockets, but again, the rockets just adding more pieces, taking some shots on some guys because this is what you do. If you're in the spot that the rockets are in right now. Yeah, them with them on a two way this year..

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"dacian" Discussed on Ace On The House

Ace On The House

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on Ace On The House

"Cinderblocks foundation. I fixed all of that with all the cracks. Then i started up. And then i put in took up all bad Self leveling so. I'm actually an artist as well. So i'm pleased studio in down there. I've got my trap down there and then Wants to be Big the only reason. I'm really doing this. Or they'll structural issue with the house right now but i just wanted to be correct and i don't know many years from now or to get a bigger home. I don't want them to look at this and be like holy cats. He's up to code so watching language. Did you say tuk. Job on block or brick. You said block block block. i block. There were some vertical lines in the mortar. That put the Concrete sean dacian blocks but didn't do that one hundred years ago. Well i haven't. They must've the house is built. Nineteen twenty three. So maybe milwaukee they did. I don't know but i- chisel that all the mortar. Yeah doing no water in the basement i got. It seems weird that there's concrete block down there. Maybe some old school. i don't know a hundred years old. Feels curious to me but alright chased out the cracks. You talked in the new mortar. Good for you. i is your husband. Come down and bring you a sandwich once in awhile. What's this guy up to. I don't trust you know he's great. He's he's just really really happy he doesn't have to pay somebody else to do it and i'm raising. We have three kicks. And what what is he doing. Interpretive dance sooner. this art school developer. Not done use his hands but does he bring down a sandwich. No but he's pretty guy. A bucket of chicken is in order. If you want to know the truth yeah. Bring me home. A bucket of chicken the other night every eric stance correct i would put as saddle one of those h. Saddles in the wet. You know hang plumb. Bob put it the good by the heavy one crappy planning snapper brass one and then and then four by six six by six You know what. I mean through baltic yet down there. Yeah you might as well about the The actual concrete filled steel columns. You think you know the way an actual lalli column. Should i go out those two overkill. I don't think so. yeah i do. But it's a two story house and if you wanted to get a four by four like medium wall steel of square steel in put it in. There wouldn't fight. Fight you on that one. I cut still my my stepdad. Works until sorry my dog. Pickles is barking. Knocking petrels pickles. All right i don't. I don't know what's above it though. How do you connect to the. Here's the other concern. Do we want to make this so engineered looking with steel. That when you do sell it people think there was a foundation in issue and the house was sinking like i. Do you know what i mean. Like what are we doing here. I know what you be. There's already a steel. I beams that have been in there forever. Basically it's just taking out a jack post which is obviously a temporary fix putting something in there. That's a you know a permanent fix and appropriate and You know we don't have to worry about it and can you. Can you get an eight or ten foot post down the stairs and clear everything you have enough room church. Okay all right good all right good. I need help but yes to get the chicken and then pick up something with his hands. Have him used his hands for good not evil if he loses his hands you lose his job. That's a good. That's true for just about by the way a good job. all right. let me tell you about Gyco beyond your rent. William do one or the other your automotive and speaking automotive let me take another great Roads trip story sponsored by our friends over at Geiko stromer. I know you've been on the road all summer long. I was all summer in a in a in a vehicle. Just drive and drive and going through the south seeing things. I've never seen before with the kid going from a little bit like then came bronson going from location basketball gym basketball gym. 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You've never seen things you've never experienced before. Sounds when the windows are down. It sounds like you're in the middle of the swamp somewhere which you are kind of you know the rivers that we've seen the ones that we've crossed. We went over Pass the mississippi. We also down at the. What's the one that goes by augusta georgia. Do we know that one. The river the river. It's the ice. I know the first name of it. What is it the mighty. You guys have to help me out the second. Put those suspension bridges that you see. You know they're they're you know you realize that all these cities and towns were built around rivers. Because i was the only way you could get cotton or whatever you're growing out to the gym.

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"dacian" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Hundred years. flexibility invitation argued compass of nations like countries notch companies should not be should not be led by men. It was controversial argument. A argued that men seems to have process. Eliya dacian in general. So i'm going to get an auto body named after this at the cross odi dacian covic women who seemed to see the complex cost so so i was thinking or united nations large complex countries companies fortune. Five hundred companies led by. Men seem to do badly because they they they appear to have a conver- in sort of a process Now that is that is making it. You know sort of binary sort of an outcome. I'm not saying that of good. But there's something that we need to really think about. In the organization that been a significant bias in one direction and beacon demonstrably show that that buys. This actually has a negative liberty for society right. And you get them makes. You can skill Industry and so the question remains to be humpty correct us the initial conditions. Back as you save for women and so the policy prescription is still unclear. You know kobe collectors. Oh absolutely and. I don't think there is a global solution for me. It is a lot more with each individual do because we can all kind of put little building blocks together and then you know we get bigger and bigger and bigger and the kind of change that can make and they're very You know there are a lot of small changes can be made and not want to give you just a few examples is for my professional life. So i am putting together. A conference for for next summer is a number of colleagues and subsequent prestigious conference and we have about forty invited speakers and what we do so we meet for for a week and maine and so on and what we did from the very beginning so first of all there. There's a man on the woman organizing this which which is great but beset from the very beginning. What have how women and half men as speakers and we will be very very diligent about that be reached that you know gender-balanced in ours is. I think it's one off the press conferences that sort that have really reached gender balance But again we're from the very beginning. We were very very clear about it very conscious about it and so you can make these small changes i give you another example. That was actually to me Really made a huge difference to my teaching a learn about it. When you're calling in a discussion on women. I out there will be about about. How a participation of women in the discussion. If you call upon a man. I will be about eighty percent. Men will come butte and women. Just show the hats. And i have actually done that. I hit my own teaching. Not not only biz is Men and women but also biz is people of color So you just have to encourage you just have to constantly you know really encourage and try to give those boys who are a little bit hesitant to speak and and you can encourage that and that makes a huge difference..

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"dacian" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Bile is also important for blood. Sugar metabolism so actually helps to activate the fx are in the t. g. five receptor sites. That helped to modulate needs a ride. In the tarot sites the intestinal cells and that helps to modulate our blood. Sugar metabolism so helps keep blood sugar under control. Insulin release under control so may poor bile flow. Were more likely to develop high blood. Sugar diabetes insulin resistance issues like that of course helps sweep these water. Soluble toxins out of our system. As well and big issue is a lot of people end up getting calcification of very sluggish bile flow and they'll end up getting calcification and bile stones that will end up in these ducks that you can see the image. They're now a couple of things that really helped with this help to dilate the bile ducts and help to reduce the stag necessity. The bile help to thin the bile so it can flow. Well one is apple cider. Vinegar huge fan of using this great idea to put this on your food. Drink it before. Your meal seeking actually put some in water and drink it mixed with soups and stews. And you can use it as a morning primer as well as put in some water and drink it. I do that in the morning pretty much every day. Very good the malic acid. That's narrates very good for dilating the bile ducts apple cider vinegar. Also when you put it on food helps to pre digest the food so the acids in their help to stimulate your own digestive juices so your stomach. Acid your bile pancreatic enzyme release but then also when he put it on the food because it's acidic. It's actually helping to break down the protein. The carbohydrates things like that if the digestive process started before even put it in your body so really good idea now. What i don't recommend is Drinking this straight you wanna really dilute it if you drink it straight. It's going to be very harsh on your esophagus. And that's not healthy. Offer some people. You might gargle with it. You know if you have a sore throat. In order doubt sterilize and kill bacteria that might be damaging your throat however in general on a day-to-day basis. You wanna make sure you're deluding this. Pretty well I would say at least four. Ounces of water per tablespoon of apple cider

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Can Non-Muslims Visit the Temple Mount?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Can Non-Muslims Visit the Temple Mount?

"Anybody gonna know whether. I'm praying. If i go to the temple mount. You're saying that we can visit temple mount non muslims. Yes that's the situation but As i said we We've we've really made the change. Because i said in the past There was harassment and incitement and we first of all outlawed the radical political islam organizations that were bothering others from visiting. But till now until this very day. They're not allowed to carry a bible temple. Mount did not allowed to carry a any kind of shofar or any other religious article on ocean. Show far. what's the point show for This is. I'm just amazed by this. Listen i mean for anybody tuning. Who's unaware the idea that the holiest place In the history of the jewish people and I would say the holiest place for many christians. was in the seventh century Taken over by arabs and muslims and turned into. What is now this mosque. I mean it's an extraordinary convergence in history and it's it's kind of hard to take in. I mean if somebody doesn't believe in god i would say i would point to the temple. Mount and say does this seem like happenstance that that that this battle. The spiritual battle is happening in this very spot where jesus walked away. I mean it's just it's kind of an amazing thing. Historically anybody believe the bible knows that this is the place that god has chosen chosen to rest his divine presence and therefore we cannot tolerate the fact that the the that were not allowed to pray there. And that's that's what we're trying to do in that room. Majorly we say. Come visit the temple. Mount and we're gonna make the change. We say the temple was destroyed but its foundation. The torah the prayer the jewish people the connection the covenant with god is still there so we rebuild the temple top the sound dacian and the new temples built to meet the needs of today's reality and the concept. Today's reality is that we are calling on all peoples to come to the temple mount and let's make that change. It's it's it's happening. I just tell you that in two fourteen hundred. Eighty thousand of christians visited temple. Mount in two thousand nine hundred. Eight hundred thousand changes happening.

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"dacian" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"His name is bryce griggs. He's ranked forty third in the class of two thousand twenty two. According to twenty four seven sports and he'll now spend what amounts to his senior year of high school and freshman year of college playing for overtime elite for six hundred thousand dollars a year deadly. How old were you. When you realize four-star guards ranked in the forties could get one point two million dollar contracts. I was i was this week old like i didn't realize that was going to. What are we doing. Listen if overtime elite which is as a reminder funded in part by jeff bezos if it wants to toss around this kind of money to try and recruit players by all means. Go ahead and do it. You're not guaranteed any kind of longevity success because of it. but like i saw price craig's play. He's a really fun player. Like you know in separate alternate reality would have been great to see what he would have been able to grow into in college where he almost certainly would not have been a one and done player and now he's getting paid more than a million When he argued that wasn't even the best player in his grassroots team would with With jail three crew. That i saw there down in north augusta but layout layout your call them in and your thoughts. I have a side thought to this. But i wanna i wanna hold that for just a second there. Like how much did this surprise you. And how much do you think it alters. The paradigm of the recruiting landscape in general. If there's going to be this league overtime elite which most people still don't even know what this is that's able to offer players six hundred eighty seven hundred k nine hundred k. And north of a million dollars to go and play again. This is leaving high school to go and do this as alternative to college but the g. league yes so earlier. I said i think the julie's going to have a hard time securing high school graduates now because that's what the g. league is targeting high school graduates and the reason. I think they're gonna have a hard time. Securing high school graduates is because anybody who's worth money to the g. League is worth money to a college basketball program so a year ago the g. league ignite could say jalen green. Come with us. We'll give you a million dollars or whatever it is. He got and no college could say that without violating ncwa rules. So if you wanna take the money as opposed to not take the money college basketball and then just take the money and go to the g. league night. It's what dacian nick did. Jonathan did jalen green dan. Now if we'll just go jalen deren g. league nights since we got a million dollars for you to come play with us and enter the two thousand twenty two. Nba draft will then memphis. Just says well we can get you more money than that. It's not a problem so now you can go to college and make that money that makes the g. league Pursuit of high school graduates. I believe difficult. This is a totally different deal because overtime is not targeting high school graduates. They're targeting people who just finished their sophomore year of high school in junior high school. So let's go back to bryce craig's here. He wasn't choosing between six hundred thousand dollars next year or going to kansas to make six hundred thousand dollars. Next year he was choosing between six hundred thousand dollars to join overtime elite or just doing a senior high school and the point. I'm making the column that that really does change things. Because i understand why jalen durham would turn down a million from the g. league to go play at memphis because he's going to blend. He's leaving a penny on the table. So i get why he would say i'm going to go to college route but when you just finished your junior high school and i think this is important in your ranked forty third in your high school class. Twenty four seven sports and lower in other places. How do you turn out a guarantee contract with one. Point two million dollars. Like how do your parents let you turn that down..

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"dacian" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"So we'll see what the next year happens or what happens next year before i start critiquing but eighteen points per game against grown men grown men eighteen years old playing against guys. Who you gotta remember. Almost everybody in the g. league at one point was the best player on their college team or the second best player on the college. A lot of the guys in the g. league played in the nba for a good amount huge. A lot of them like are better than a lot of the guys in the ncaa and better than a good amount of the guys in this draft and jalen green averaged eighteen four and three while one every single game having a target on his back. Because a lot of these guys see him. Jonathan coming isaiah. Todd dacian nixon and go these. We beat them so we can get our way back into the league. So you have a target on your back. Every single game to again grown men grown men like guys who have had strength and conditioning camps the nba like multiple multiple years of professional experience and then on top of that having a share the ball with three other prospects who all needed like their time off. Like the whole point of the ignite was like showcase. These guys sort of you had to split all of that like on a college team. You're probably the number one guy. All four of them probably the number one number two guy on whatever college seemed to go to like now you kind of get delegated and you kind of get lost in the mix. I think that's what happened with. Dacian knicks that rhyme. But i think that's also kind of what happened with isaiah. Todd who fingers crossed is a rocket by the end of the night. But i think. I think what jalen green did and the g. league is extremely underrated. I really like him. I think he's one of the better scores in this league. I wouldn't be surprised if he's like twenty five guy twenty five five and five guy within like a couple of years like an all star appearance by year. Three is not out of the questions for me. And so i like him. I think that him and kevin porter jr. going to be a great pairing from fair good amount of years but other scores in this draft. James book night out of yukon dynamic. Scorers probably one of the best players at the rim one of the most athletic guys in the draft extremely extremely quick and he plays like every dude from new york city like he plays straight out of the crazy handles will break soon ankles in the nba. Like he's going to be a lot of fun to watch some questions about his defense. But i think he's like so quick and so long is going to be a really good point of attack defender. I think the biggest thing is just about like walking in off ball. Which is you know. Focus is the biggest part for a lot of these is like whenever i was making my big board. Look and it'd be like oh weakness like he doesn't he's not very wear. Oh he's not very well..

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"dacian" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Jonathan coming zeta. Todd dacian nixon and go these. We beat them so we can get our way back into the league. So you have a target on your back. Every single game to again grown men grown men like guys who have had strength and conditioning camps in nba like multiple multiple years of professional experience and then on top of that having a share the ball with three other prospects who all needed like their time off. Like the whole point of the ignite was like showcase. These guys sort of you had to split all of that like on a college team. You're probably the number one guy. All four of them probably the number one number two guy on whatever college seemed to go to like now you kind of get delegated and you kind of get lost in the mix. I think that's what happened with. Dacian knicks that rhyme. But i think that's also kind of what happened with isaiah. Todd who fingers crossed is a rocket by the end of the night. But i think. I think what jalen green did and the g. league is extremely underrated. I really like him. I think he's one of the better scores in this league. I wouldn't be surprised if he's like twenty five guy twenty five five and five guy within like a couple of years like an all star appearance by year. Three is not out of the questions for me. And so i like him. I think that him and kevin porter jr. going to be a great pairing from fair good amount of years but other scores in this draft. James book night out of yukon dynamic. Scorers probably one of the best players at the rim one of the most athletic guys in the draft extremely extremely quick and he plays like every dude from new york city like he plays straight out of the crazy handles will break so many angles in the nba. Like he's going to be a lot of fun to watch some questions about his defense. But i think he's like so quick and so long is going to be a really good point of attack defender. I think the biggest thing is just about like walking in off ball. Which is you know. Focus is the biggest part for a lot of these is like whenever i was making my big look and it'd be like oh weakness like he doesn't he's not very wear. Oh he's not very well. Yeah they're also like nineteen years old so that will come. I think like things like you know off ball defense and mike off off and like just awareness type situations like those kind of knocks are like maybe a little bit too harsh. 'cause they're still like nineteen years old and not being hammered into them. It's not you're not getting paid for the stuff but Him and then also thomas out of bellevue chem thomas. I love cam. Thomas one of the better scores. Lsu didn't play defense in the first place and a lot of their offense was just get a shot up and that's what camp. Thomas is good at is getting shots of average twenty three points for game. lsu share the floor with devante montemar and trend in wofford. Both of them. I think should get drafted. I hope love trenton. Watered by the way amazing point forward decayed light very very very light but similar in terms of the way they play love camp thomas as the scores..

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"dacian" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"You're still growing in in g. league Like i don't think the guy is fully like in his own body and so it's hard for me to really judge that judge him because of that but also you know you're playing. You're eighteen years old playing in a league with advanced. Nba sets you're playing basically nba basketball as close to the level of nba. Has there is out there. The players in the g. league are all former. You know either if not first round pick second round picks or guys who shouldn't have gone undrafted drafted like the g. league is extremely extremely talented. And when you look at the bubble or the global whichever one you go with. It was very unique situation. Commingle only played thirteen games Very very small sample size extremely new to the game playing at a very advanced level and on the other side of the ball. You know whenever you're on defense the guys on the other team. I mean beating. Jonathan kamenga and jalen green being able to embarrass them or hold them to a certain amount of points. They're attacking you on the offensive and defensive end because that sort of their ticket back to the league They were very much being targeted throughout the g. league and so i'm not too worried like yes. The shooting numbers of commingled. Little worry salmon You know he. He's still like pretty raw. But i like. I don't think that the percentages and all of that really tells tale for for how he did in the geely. I think he performed better than than people give him. Credit and same thing with jalen green jalen green was doing what he did in the in the g. league With everybody's like game plans being made to stop him With some of the best in the world like the g. league is at such a higher level than the ncaa. That's something that's kind of getting lost. In here i would. I would like to slightly push back on that last one guy's not it's not that the g. league is is like fantastically better because i think some people here that and and say like well you know there's five stars instead like the julius fundamentally different. Nc and their specific pressures that nba stats that mb like that adults. Just straight up adults input on you. They're different and that has to be graded in a different way like looking at international stats and looking at college. That's like it's the same thing it's like well. They played fifteen. Mustards so those points. Per game shooting volume. All those are fundamentally different. Haven't pace suggested them or you haven't seen filtered. Filter bent expectation. That being said like if somebody doesn't perform particularly well at julie level which does have a lower talent level i'd say like a lower preparedness just like nba teams are a little more polished than than g. league teams. Because there's you know roster change and guy called up. Gus called down If you struggle against that you're in some teams for at least a couple of years. Right i agree with that. But i do think that there's a little bit to bank on says with both of them and even towards the back of the draft with With idea todd dacian next I do. They did get a lot of benefit from just being in an essentially. Nba system as as young as they were but to get back a little a little bit back on topic with the whole mobilizing. I know we talked a little bit about you..

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"dacian" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"I was also always kinda lawyer. What is i mean. He wasn't like dealer. So i didn't know any of their oj connection. I was kind of interested in Christmas early life from a psycho analysis perspective. A she comes from like a long line of matriarchal families where the women leave the dead man and start businesses and support themselves. She has disturbed. Her mom has a sister her grandmother. So somebody echoed born in like nineteen one. Somebody for a long time ago. Letcher cheating husbands started her own. Business in racers daughters It is weirdly in their family to do that. As i found that interesting just the way. She was raised the way that like she was raised. trickle down to the kardashian idea like what motherhood and family has because they played there so influential on what on my real life so it wasn't interesting to see where it all started. I guess i'm trying to think of anything i mean. Li around me is books. I am about scientology was like deeply fascinating. Obviously that's like a legitimately interesting topic outside of just herself. That is legit interesting. I didn't know a lot of that stuff concerned that the problem is with a lot of these people like interest begets The kardashians are interesting as they already. Were interesting that makes sense. I'm interested in them. Because i've been interested in them kendrick if i had wanted to know i would have by now. June like there is stuff. I don't know about her but i was never dying to know any of it. None of it clenched thirst. Yeah yeah that's that's fair. I know i. I would just the anna kendrick ones. A tough sell to be honest. It's funny to see like how something i've realized. Recently personalities can be dated in the same way that like you look at the seventies and eighties Styles and even like they shapes that come in and go out above the eyebrow like personalities like watching new girl. And remembering that that zoe dacian out personality. The personality book and being like. Oh yeah this twitter. Persona of larry david light like it's funny to see these things. At one point we thought this was the high of satirical observational comedy. And now i'm just like shot totally. She's so like it's very leg. Twenty twelve lake hasn't evolved past that out like dumb have noticed my god. That's so true. That's very interesting. Because yes she she kind of had a career that was like kind of like splash in the pan like really rose to fame and then like have not heard from her so i wonder what i wonder. She's like working on herself. Did you read anyone's memoir that you like a hated but empathized with our like. Did they change your perspective after you read them right. I like winning. Vikings she the diva. I actually didn't know much about her. And i came up being like yes the diva. She deserves it like she did. Put the whole music industry on her back while she was whatever record company thousand. Yeah she was like the majority of their earnings. So you have to be watch. She can. She has like so talented and success. I don't know. I.

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"dacian" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"Would you take anybody cutting. No no man. i'll tell you. Kate had to make me a believer. Because i didn't go into the season saying he's he's already number one. I have like you have because you have the cowboys. I have seen so much of him. He does so many inherently smart things that you cannot coach. Someone coached it. He is unique there is a similarity between him and luca in the sense that they're big strong point guards who make everybody better and dog. Here's the interesting thing about the people. Say what's the difference. luke approved. He did it at seventeen and eighteen against the second best players in the world cage. Only done it against the twelve and college competition by. But i think it's going to be a very good. nba player. My my issue with houston at two is like i mean jalen. Greens a freak athlete. And i mean for him. The g. league thing worked i. It didn't work for for a couple of for dacian knicks and some of these other dudes right. yeah But i i don't like houston needs. I feel like they need a jalen suggs. Even if he's not the best prospect he's a guy who can as they rebuild that franchise. It's a guy who can make everybody better If your houston you know this you know these guys the better than i do. Where do you go. I would say this all of those guys that are scheduled to go in the first round. And i don't know why people are dropping coming out of this next because i saw him three weeks ago and he's a little raw but he's he's basically six foot eight kawhi leonard in terms of body type and some skill level. Really shoot. if. I'm houston i think safest pick is is evan mobely Because of the size lane and skill level you know but jalen green to me. There's something about him that tells me he's going to be averaged at twenty five points to game early in his career. Yeah he's gonna do over a long period of time. Jalen sucks to be. I love him and he is mid to late career. Fancy bill to me. A big two-way point guard can also play off the ball score. I don't know who the best of those five is going to be. I honestly don't and they're all a little different yet. But that's why. I i agree with you on green but my fear is that he becomes one of those empty. Stats guys for five bradley. Beal bradley bradley bill right and no take zones whereas if you take a suggs key may not be the player or the score. That the other two or that. Mobley's but i think you're going to have to get to build a whole new team. I think he can help make everybody better. That would be my. That would disagree. I think but i. I don't disagree in a vacuum but i think these guys would know how to build teams. Its three dimensional chess here. Who are free agents. We can sign right. Who are the guys on our team that we wanna keep christian would be the logical one guy that at a really good year so it's not just yes i agree jalen swords makes everybody better but i also think like do i want i have to evaluate..

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"dacian" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"And see the actual version of this. But it's basically meditations by marcus aurelius apartment dacian. Yes a very good start for anybody that wants to know about stoicism. A little bit about You know the human experience. Hey man marcus aurelius. He was the emperor of rome Went through plagues and and wars and lots of trials. His wife cheated on him. You know like he he. He went through some crap and he was the emperor of rome so even he he. He went through through trials and tribulations but but he tried to persevere. He didn't let the the the position go to his head. I can't find the specific one that i actually got. But there's various different kinds of you can find here. So it's it's you can find the version of meditation. That's right for you. you know. Luckily amazon has like the previews and stuff. So you can check out which one that you like but My particular one is basically an annotated. annotated version. Which kind of gives you a nice historical contacts before you start. It gives you a lot of footnotes to make sure that you understand what the heck marcus was talking about because some roman stuff in there that that you just you might not know. I'm actually gonna read this one guy. I actually got this one too but Somebody said that to me. And i printed it out so that he goes. I wanna learn read next but Yeah man is. There's a lot of cool little insights since two hundred hundred deal with life. It's basically a journal about. He wrote didn't expect anybody to read. He was just like four himself and then he died and he was rampant rome. So like let's you know. Preserve his important works and stuff like that. So that's how it survived all these centuries till today but there's a lot of stuff that that is that you can use for your day to day life a lot of little advice there you can follow and and try to live a better life you know live live a better deal with deal with everyday life as we all are trying to do in his marcus trying to do so Yeah so meditations. Marcus aurelius that's what. I've been a think anybody who's trying to get into mindfulness or stoicism or anything like that. Give that give that a read. A lot of people have read that a lot of famous people have read a lot of world leaders in such have. Read this book and yet still has it in his room as we speak good bathroom book kids when we have the charger phone. And you're kind of feeling the after-effects of your spicy chicken sandwich ayyad strong constitutional you know. People are weaker that us. Yeah i read this. I read this actually..

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"dacian" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"You can hear the spikes, obviously going on the concrete. That's what the Shambo was walking by now from some people who were in the area. There's been reports that the shambo heard kept you say. You know, I just had a rough time putting because of the wind and the shambles, said something along the lines of maybe if you had the right lines, you'd be able to put better now. I I don't know if that was said, but people that were in the vicinity have said that that's what was said. I don't know. Listen, what they need to be paired up with the U. S. Open around one. You cannot mystique. You can't wait by chance, and there we will happen, But you can't wait for by chance. Toe. Have them in the final pairing on the back nine at a major. Whatever might be, Oh, by the way, Remember last year during the pandemic? It was the rocket mortgage when he blasted the camera guy frightened. We talked about that many times. This is the shambo. Who the camera guy you know, had the Had the gold actually do his job and keep the camera on him too long and Bryce and snapped and whatever and then kept up sub tweeted Kenny Powers, which is a great character from Great Down and out. I mean from HBO when he got pinched for steroids, is a baseball player huffing and puffing and make it a big was basically saying you taking steroids. I mean, this is gone pretty deep. I think it's great, but I think the PGA needs to set them on the same T. Why? No, they need to defuse. It is well. Why? Because who wants to see golfers get the fight? I mean, fistfight. I mean, he's like, Seriously what? What's the point? You know what I mean? I'm not. I won't say it's not Jake. Paul. I'm not interested in watching Bryson. Dacian. Both fight Brooks, Capita. They both living good lives, man. They need to get over it. I don't think that they fight, but I think in the sport That's a philosophical differences, by the way, bright and birds kept would put it like he put a terrible on Sunday, horrendously. That's why the Shambo allegedly made the little crack that he did. If you had the line, he was probably right. But if you say if you say if somebody is doing an interview And and some a matter you couldn't hear it. You didn't hear it. But if he did say that, if Brooks is saying, I don't know if he said that he was saying about the spikes. By the way, Bryce and Asian boat responded on Instagram erred Twitter. Where is he said, This is a common he posted. You know you can fix Spike marks now, with the hilarious laughing Ellen? Uh, eh? Oh, that Now Now we're getting a child. She pulled the LM videos from grown man. I was just CMO GST Ellen, where is tilted, laughing? You know, side tears. But here's the thing in a sport that Really doesn't provide any animosity like there's no hard fouls. There's no contact. There's no outward aggression. There's no yelling. It's decorum. It's it's It's just protocol. That's the way you act on a course was right. I think that's why and I don't want to see them fight either. Although I mean I got it will be interesting and I'm captain's gonna win all day. They're not gonna fight. I'm not saying that I'm not even hoping that that happens. But I want to see that steely demeanor that cold handshake. We saw that with tiger and VJ, and it was good. We've seen that with Tiger and filled over the years when they were playing at the Ryder Cup back in. I want to say, Oh, three, or I guess that would have been open. Tour all three in Michigan. For some reason, they were paired up his teammates. Even though they at that point they will didn't like each other. And I think was how Sutton was the captain. And I could see why he would think this like, Hey, you know what we need to unite rather than so he put him on the same team. And filled. It was alternate shot. Phil hit a ball basically out of bounds and the cameras on tiger and he's just got a death is not tigers Gotta go hit the shot from the fence with the drop hitting three, you know, dropping to three And he's just staring. Ah, so isolated at Mickelson like it was thick. It was real, and that's the only kind of edge that golf can provide. I think the tours out of their minds if they don't pair of these guys up out of their mind. Yeah, but it's almost asking for a confrontation, which actually not good for the tour. I mean, maybe it is, but Gather interesting anyways, because they're amazing golfers. We'll just let it be amazing golfers. Why's it gotta be beef. It's not football means not. Baseball is unwritten rules. You could throw high and, you know, hit guys in the back. He's not hockey's no enforcer coming out. It's golf man or what? But think about this. If you want to draw on some real viewers, and everybody's gonna watch Mickelson on Sunday Everything's gonna watch the majors, but that extra spark certainly not bad for business. Listen, I said this about kept got when you were out yesterday. Obviously talking about Mickelson. And why did Shambo so important? The shambo is is so good. For the tour because he's so uniquely wired and you know he's relatable for some, and he's completely unrelated ble for others, Right? Just the way his mind works. I think that somebody like kept to No, we smashed the hell out of a golf ball. But Brooks kept is really boring. Like the tour does not have a lot of personality. Brooks Rebecca. I know you smashed 3 30, but you're pretty boring. He is very boring, right and again and again. We don't ever see him unless it's in the majors. Right, either whether he's we've been injured this year, so we'll forgive him for this, but really previous years. He's never been Like a regular weekend player. It's just show up in the major's room and don't say anything. Yeah, even when he's wins. He's kind of just like Barely smiles. He's very, very methodically, Harry in here you go. I mean, he's interesting because he's so damn good, Terrific player, But he's not interesting. That makes Yeah, to your point, you know? There's nothing about it like the flare the emotion. It's not an incredibly unique swinging, You know, He's just very even keeled and very, very good. But I love this stuff. I think it's good for golf. This happened a lot. I've read a lot about this. In the seventies. There were a lot of real real real rival reason. Listen. Golf is not that dissimilar way frowned upon the NBA where everybody's buddies, same agents free agency blah, blah, blah. Golf is not that different, Even though it's still in. It's always gonna be an individual sport outside of Ryder and Presidents Cup in amateur stuff. Um, but I think that there is such a familiarity. All these guys hanging Rickie Fowler and his crew on instagram like I think a little spark a little wedge a little, a little dent in the foundation. I'm all for it. I want to see these guys play. TJ put him up on the first box. Let's go. All right, let's get the update Act will take care of that. Russell Wilson. Seattle has apparently appease their quarterback, but Is that a slippery slope? We talked about that. We know what if the Packers fired the GM, which they said they will not to appease Rogers. Well, Seattle's done some things to appease Wilson, right, Move or wrong Move. Will it backfire? That's at the racks update, which is right now he is rich. See me? Yes, Fun Where sports flag. Guys. This report is brought to you by net. So there's no such thing as a good excuse for not buckling up law enforcement or writing tickets. So why take the risk? Look at her ticket paid for by.

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A highlight from Episode 111: $50M Is Just the Beginning for AnD Ventures

From the Midwest to the Middle East

01:44 min | 1 year ago

A highlight from Episode 111: $50M Is Just the Beginning for AnD Ventures

"You're managing partner of again. I hope i'm pronouncing it right. A and d ventures which is as i from your website is quote unquote redefining value investing. Can you tell my listeners. How your mission distinguishes you from other venture capital funds either a n. d. r. n. ventures. We define ourselves as a company. Builder based fund my partner. And i were in the industry for many years before establishing in and we saw These gaps for let's say early stage founders When they founding their company and a lot of help in really building the company for the first year year s and if you really look at fifty percent of the startup of the israeli start ups are failing for execution. And we wanna be there when they starting to build our company until they kind of heating gross and help them build it. We really aim to come as a partner for the company so we're not just investing or not just taking a board seat were actively helping to founders establishing companies And when we investing we architect the needs With enterpreneurs of the company manny focusing on detect that the base will be strong The products dacian which means okay have a great product to have customers for it And who are my customers so right from the beginning and then i think what's really really important Not just freeze rallies. But in general to grow is the execution of cells so detraction itself We work very hard with venture. Poor helping them bring customers for like the first year or two. That's where we think this is kind of the secret sauce helping from within it's It sounds like a a winning

"dacian" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"dacian" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

"Robert kardashian house like interesting so she was apparently this past week on at home with linda and the ad home with linda andrew. Scott podcast He of property rathers fame and his wife and they have a podcast about family. Parenting and what makes a house a home. He is the brother not with zoe. Dacian ill that's all i could figure out as someone who doesn't watch the show. I know trish an eugene. Love the show remember. She had a line in our in her one actually about property brothers. Yeah that's right. Yeah these twins freak me out but whatever me to everybody. People really love him okay. So towards the end of the conversation the couple asks the rapid fire and they asked one of the questions. It was what sound reminds you of home in this. I'll just read it through the decades. This is her response. Christie's response to the decades is always been different. I think when. I first gave birth to court me and through that whole decade when i was living in beverly hills with robert. There is always an owl outside the house. So i drive in and you get out of the car and no matter what day or night here this hour chris want wanna break her illusion but that is a morning of it is not an al. You're hearing a mourning dove. Because i know where you live. And while yes there are some als that who married not now let savannah made me laugh. God bless her opinion on and then it was always the sound of the tennis court. Believe it or not somebody was always on the tennis court so the balls or somebody on the ball machine that used to remind me of home remember. She did have an affair with her tennis instructor. It's the richest most like beverly hills. Lady answer what is it this clearly. It's supposed to just be like you know like the sound of whatever like somebody the wind chime hanging the window or something and she's like. Oh an owl tennis court. She said. I still wish i could go back to my beverly hills house. Admitting it's the one she's in those detached to that'll be my heart for the rest of my life when you're my age you look back in your life and you think where was my heart..

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Hyper-Personalised Voice AI with Laetitia Cailleteau of Accenture

VUX World

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Hyper-Personalised Voice AI with Laetitia Cailleteau of Accenture

"Joined by latisha. Capital of accenture. The shirt welcome. It's a pleasure. Absolute pleasure glad to have you along. Yeah it's been it's been. It's been abused detail how much how much i'm being multitasking. Trying to get this thing set up. So i'm just making sure that when which we are which is cool so yeah. Welcome to the show a pleasure to have you on we're here to talk about hyper personalized voice. And probably i would imagine. We'll get into some general voice. Chat industry jot industry observations things that now. I'm sure those aware of yourself latisha. I'm sure most people are aware of accenture. But maybe it's worth giving us a little until knows what you do on accenture and yourself. Thank you do next. Simpson's longtime silicone salting and leads for station. I was just high interesting for this refunding. Also liquid else. Which is the we in. Think the coding. And then i was relieved as on the island in your so here really delighted to be here with ignatz you saw reaching in his as the mois You ask says thank you so much. Funny dacian pleasure pleasure so so. Let's let's start from the beginning. Then you wear many hats. I don't know how you find time to to sleep sometimes psalms. Oh you're doing a hell of a lot of different stove. And what is the kind of in kind of activities you do or what is it that you're crafting and helping. Helping to to build on accenture. Accenture is kind of role within the is biz and also within the compositional is biz. Today down the is face says amazingly especially now in the golden on sunday make era billion businesses hod keyboards and designed to operate managed businesses on to reinvent themselves. And we've seen a usual take on where record dates as invented and moving to the

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"dacian" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"dacian" Discussed on The Know Show

"Other any particular demographic soil age rupe saw a particular risk so to older people have movable brains and so they tend to have greater at alcohol related home. And as you get older you become more risk of alcohol related brain damage which which can lead to a is a risk factor for developing dementia. A variety of different dimensions. But you can also have alcohol specific benches so yeah out. Old older people definitely also. That's that reflects changing demographic so you know a lot of younger people and not drinking as much as perhaps other generations past at a becoming. A the portion of younger people who are absent toasty from alcohol is phone in current times than it has in previous. So yeah older. people. Definitely as i've mentioned before people from those issue economic areas the disproportion infected with in terms of access to services but also in terms of alcohol related home and if we look at ethnicity. What's quite interesting. Is that the white people in general seem to be experiencing more on related harm than individuals from. I'm from black or other ethnic minorities in the uk if they hospitalization dacian particula. And that's that's interesting because that's obviously not reflective of am of other physical mental health problems in in which being a individuals disproportionately affected and so it's unusual in terms of diction and we think it's it's if we break. Thank you know what people are onto homogeneous group in themselves. If you look into social white british white irish and eastern european populations the same thing holds all three of those so that that does seem to be something going on with that Particular moment trying to do some on the moments understand bit more at it. It's one of the it's unusual in terms of its the in terms of the split of white non white so we saw discussed briefly the attitude towards alcohol through a health angle. We've discussed briefly the attitudes through a.

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Bringing Hope for Heart Failure with CCM Therapy with Simos Kedikoglou

Outcomes Rocket

05:57 min | 2 years ago

Bringing Hope for Heart Failure with CCM Therapy with Simos Kedikoglou

"Cmos such a pleasure to have you here today. Thank you very much sean. It's great to be here. Thank you and so you know you are In from the uk and a love that you know the work you guys are doing from there is translatable. You know the nih and there's a lot of learning that we could do in the us health system and overall just In general across the globe. But you know before we dive into the work that you're doing at impulse than amex tell us a little bit about you and what inspires your work in. Healthcare against cat is eight phil to work in because you cannot do well for our employees for shareholders for the people of the impulse team by doing good for the patients getting the best thing for the patient galloping damage what inspires every day. We have quite a lot of Gauged on our website where patients themselves are talking with them or they spontaneously talked about how we have been able to change. That lives in. This is very motivating. That he's Everybody wants to have professional fulfillment but seeing this patient at being able to play with the grandchildren go shopping. Were their partner win. The davis likud then is something we find very motivating. Yeah for sure. And it's just a an amazing time to be able to do it. We do in health care and so talk to us about your company and how exactly you guys are adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yes they now makes has developed. Ccm technology which is for patients in with caught fire. We had intervention had feigned grew. Having implantable device is for those patients that have exhausted financial statement by that not yet sick enough to qualify for a heart transplant or a full replacement off the palm of device. This is a lot of patience. Six or seven million patients globally. Roughly one one and a half in the united states and these the hatfield epidemic is growing fast the american heart estimates that is growing aspect four percent but he had a number of grocery four percent but he had are very valid our patients they can walk at most one flight of stairs. They can walk a thousand feet and then they stopped short of breath. They edit three from deep official daily life. They cannot go to church or the synagogue. They cannot go shopping. They cannot spend time with family went. We do is to try to help them to leave the latch that we have developed so extensive clinical trials and genetic development a device that makes them be to enjoy life again and we have immortal that the hope is here and i think this is how we think we're adding value now. We have also shown on many occasions that will reduce there okay. The frequency of their visits to the hospital the space course very much and so we save on resources. We have a detached of technology allows them to go for long without the pledge. Michelle we do. Take into account the economics. We actually value to the system but we also create value to the patients themselves by to join that lives. Now that's fantastic and simos so the so the work you guys doing. Obviously you guys have brought the technology to the us really globally. You're based in europe. But sounds like you're making a big difference here would you say makes. Ccm therapy just different or unique and what it's able to provide to patients show the communist based out of the united states and the technology brain development has been done in the united states. You jesse is unique is that we are helping people through a completely different way before People getting mushroom shorter treatment. Obviously everybody will exist for excitement before they concede that any device but instead of moving to the very invasive transplants ridiculous divides thinks that costs hundreds of thousands of dollars Ways for the patient we have stimulate or show. Take very unique concept we had. We had to develop survey stake in more than twenty years of research and more than obligations that basically trains the myocardium eight single it like when you go to the treadmill and you Start getting exercise overtime over the three months winter. You start feeling better. It's a very similar without device to very simple implant. It's now the fifth generation of the infants advantage simply for forty five minutes at basis typically. Go back out the same day at home and they don't even need anesthesia for implantation. Just like the dacian. This feeling better. They see the effect building up and This is what they consider. Unique is not only that it's a completely different not replacing the pump. Were just training the supporting the pump and training it to make able to deliver the blast at body needs but also that it's a fairly simple process. You know justified the five minute implant. The patient typically has to charge because we usually childhood by any to charge launch a week for forty forty five minutes and we have shown that more than ninety nine and a half percent of patients soundtrack. Because they see improvement cho- i would consider the uniqueness here is the concept itself which is malaysian. But from the patient's standpoint relatively big help for a relatively low invade not very invasive procedure and not quieting loss from this patient other than a weekly detach very good very good and is it charged externally or how how is it. It is a tax completely Just like your to say back. The judging and In new generations of the device which i'm happy to talk we are actually improving what we get out of. 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"dacian" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dacian" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"They have perfect. And i'll include all that information in our podcast show notes to that way. People have that but paul. I know you're a busy man. And i really appreciate you taking the time out tonight to be on the podcast lisa. I really appreciate your dacian in a your. Your dad's a tough act. Follow i'll tell you that but But you're doing great work and Than should have said his gas This is you can't talk enough about this. This is not something that people need to learn it. is it's not inherent to most people and it is really important to help develop people in l. to build organization. It's it's the the core of it. So i really applaud you for what you're doing doing a great job thank you. I mean that was part of my leadership journey to like. You said i mean. I as a teacher. Sometimes i wish i could go back and apologize to the first kids i ever taught once you know no better you do better right and so sometimes as a in leadership i'm like oh i wish i could go back and apologize to the people that had me when i was right out of the gate but yeah hopefully people within the to- something i know that the how two or something you just basically great terrific and having the ability to say you know. I made a mistake. I screwed up. Any that is harmful leaders but is very disarming and it's very effective in his very heartfelt..

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"dacian" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"dacian" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"I have workers licenses and whatnot so you explain to me how that would increase the appraisal by one hundred thousand dollars. Think so i house. I don't think you could probably jimmy with some cost per square foot and call it a fourth bedroom instead of a three though you'd really have to work it because it's essentially an outbuilding and outbuildings aren't valued obviously the same as a regular house and many of these studies. And i'll tell you what money guys are doing. And it's crafty is they never actually the foundation foundation because if not in a foundation if it's seen as a essentially a mobile thing like a mobile hauser. It's like julius. Jonathan dacian then. It doesn't have to be the tax assessor can't consider the square footage for assessing your property tax value. So that's of these guys. I think it's good but as far as like adding to your property value if there's no foundation you're not that's not gonna fly but i will say though another the architectural design elements of sunday's little mobile shed. Deals is fascinating and there's been a lot of really innovative architecture. That's come out. And i just mostly from like Mostly from europe. Frankly and i just the simple fact that essentially the housing migration trends are pushing people further and further away from the central the big cities and whatnot and could actively like i was having a conversation. This is not that we've talked about our podcast a million times now. It seems like everywhere. I turn people talking about this but the elon. Musk here we go talking about the elon. Musk is that the satellite starling that he's launching that he bought into that company and they're covering the earth. Well what i didn't know is like so you and i are about to sign up for a pretty much. The best internet can actually get on port in puerto rico on this island right and if i remember correctly it's like twenty megabytes. Upper twenty megabits. I don't remember i'm not. I'm not that technical. But i was explaining in about this era net services. Somebody and he said do you realize starlink is one hundred one hundred down and so they want to charge worldwide to right right well the united states and they want they went to just five hundred dollars a month. An eel ilan's technology said it's free basically he's going to try to provide it free especially for the impoverished parts of planet earth well so expand on that just for a second rate so if you all the sudden have essentially everyone on planet earth getting access to the internet getting access rate What is that what what changes. What doesn't change changes. Yeah right well. I mean we're in the housing space. What does it do to. Housing can live anywhere anytime. Do anything you feel like you can. And furthermore you you know you're fascinated with the apple glass and supposedly those are going to announced this year. And if that actually is half of what. I've been reading. That's going to revolutionized everything. Well combined all these factors and i could see like remote places that you never even think of living getting civilized developed. And you know taken seriously you when we were living in nevada. When of the most beautiful places i've ever been to was one has the worst name ever death valley enemy. Don't go there in the summer. Now we met there in the winter and it was. It was like driving on the moon or something. Yeah and very different but now that was a national park but there there are tons of places like just staying in nevada..

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"dacian" Discussed on She Wins Podcast

She Wins Podcast

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"dacian" Discussed on She Wins Podcast

"These creating your marketing strategy for two thousand and twenty one today today. Let's talk about if i'm dacian while you need to know in order to create a great marketing strategy and you always wanna start from the phone dacian of marketing the foundation of your business. We all have different goals. When it comes to one attract attention wanna generate leads. There's so much you can do. And each of these goes needs to be followed by a proper strategies so let's get started like the first marked in principle. They wanna keep in. Consideration is specialization. It sure your claire on. What's your spirituality is. The market online is quite saturated. So if you want to stand out if you want to position yourself as an auditory to you want to choose something that you are specialized in you. Don't want to be a generally lie. I feel like we've talked about this more difficult times. But if you are targeting everybody you end up targeting. Nobody and if you're trying to please everybody you end up leasing nobody. So that's very important point gaming consideration. Make sure that you are clear on what you specialize in what you what is your forte. Like whoa you are the bow. What are you specialized in. Who has our third step on creating. A great marketing strategy remembered the more targeted. You are the better results. You actually going to get the second principle. The you want to keep me consideration is differentiation talking. Exactly about what is unique about you. And your brian. What are you doing differently. What is your unique selling point. This is so so so important and don't think they have to be like extra different. It could be chilly. Who you are targeting for example. I'm a marketing and business..

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Is It Time To Stop Eating Meat

Food for Thought

05:14 min | 2 years ago

Is It Time To Stop Eating Meat

"Hello, and thank you so much for tuning in defeat thought a podcast on a mission to equip you all with the evidence based advice you need to live and breathe a healthy lifestyle I'm ran Lambert registered nutritionist, bestselling author of Renar. She's simply to eat while and found every TRICIA in London's leading private nutrition clinic in each exit. I'm so lucky to be joined by special guests, all of whom can be considered authoritative voices in Hell so that together we can learn fact from fiction and empower the healthiest and happiest versions of ourselves with trusted expert advice. Curbing the world's huge anti increasing appetite for meat is essential to avoid devastating climate change according to the United Nations. Role Agriculture especially, meeting dairy accounts for seventy percent of global freshwater consumption that he eight percent of total land and nineteen percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Of Plant based dating becomes more prominent and increasing number of authoritative voices in nutrition and health a challenging conventional beliefs and the idea that one needs to eat animal products to be strong and healthy. This week's food for thought, sees registered. Dietitian Tanya Hoffner and die on the real truth behind meet on whether it's time for us all to stop eating it. Hello Tanya alone nights to be with you. Know, it's an absolute pleasure to have you on and to discuss such a ever evolving conversation I suppose because. I mean meet his debated heavily at the moment it seems to be in the media all the time. That is good that it's not good and if we're nutritionally looking at it, red meat is such a good source of protein in. So many ever micronutrients isn't it? So what exactly is within it that people are saying causes harm. Okay. So those are some of the great benefits that can be had from easing some mission the died the problem is that we too much in that's having dramatic impacts, not only on our health on knives and the economy. Through ill health, but also on our planet to but I really think before we focus on me we need to just put this into context of food itself because food is a single strong as lever to actually optimize our health and the environmental sustainability on earth. But the food that we are eighteen currently threatening boats over our selves and our planet and the unhealthy diets. Now pose a greater risk to our ill health and jets much greater than on safe sex alcohol drugs and tobacco combined. So it's huge. It's a huge issue we need radical transformation. While I when you put it like that I'm sure that's kind of a shocking stop full missed most of our listeners. Because if we do go back in time that, let's go back in history and millions of years ago when if we all going back to obviously the subject of meat because that's the episode in general but of course, our overall diet humans eight very different to what they know didn't mean even the role of meat then is different to how it is now. Yes I mean we've evolved as omnivores meaning this species of always actually Asian, and both plants an animal origins, and we've got that Dacian, right back to glacial periods. So humans hunted and killed animals for meat, and since that time gave is tremendous advantages because it's nutritionally dense. It's got a lot of new chance in a small CH it. We use less energy media justice than pump fruits, for example. So it's race advantages, but domestication of animals came in on. That was pretty good because even back, you know before the twentieth century, we had great diversity in our diet in many many plants and it's really only in the last twenty five fifty years. meet has become a bone of contention ratio politically culturally and otherwise and renounced answer your earlier question and process me toughest single biggest impact on the environment and of any type food, and they are the biggest contribution to greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation bio-diversity, awesome solution as well as land and water use. So they're very M. resort intensive but we over time I suppose have particularly recently as society has got richer. At where meat is kind of you know traditionally, we've had it whenever we celebrate something it's it's across. Cultures across the word that we we would have me but advocate Richard, we have more of us. And the highest May. Chichi countries would be Australia. Europe, Canada. For example and the last fifty years we've had intensive farming hunting offensive. Desire, we're. We're actually over consuming what we need.

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Spatial Conversations

A VerySpatial Podcast

06:32 min | 2 years ago

Spatial Conversations

"So we're happy to be joined today by Brendan Collins and Pablo Puentes of make path. Thanks for joining us today is. Yeah thanks. And you. So, let's start off with the the really broad question of what is make path. Path is a spatial data science. Shop we focus a lot on open source tools, and we bring our passion from various domains. To gs and we aim to build. Inclusive communities around you as tools, and specifically we have a project X. Ray spatial, which focused on roster based spatial analysis, we combine a rationalization pipeline with a set of universal functions which apply an. To Rosser data and also are named in ways that Gif professionals recognize things like surface analysis tools slow hill shade, aspect on these are the names of these tools in the s domain that people recognize. And we offer those tools As a python based library that anybody can access read the source code to and contribute to. We we take open source tools, and we help solve our clients problems by applying open source to their their specific domains. These these domains are very diverse working in areas from healthcare to environmental conservation. Finance Natural Resource Management. We know that geography and the science of of place is very important, too. Many domains and we find ourselves learning about these different domains as we apply open source geospatial tools to their challenges. We we basically bill. We love building open source, really powerful tools, and then if we have clients are like. Hey, what else can we do with these tools? Can you help us apply these really complex problems and what he help? So, how'd you guys come together as? Building this new path path. That was that was bad, wasn't it? Sorry. That's okay well. It's all good. We'll take it. So I WanNa talk about what you've been doing before and how we can. Yeah so I got involved in GSA in the mid to thousands being the S. lab manager for the Center for Sustainable, development, which is a kind of environmental science group in Central America. Working a lot with agriculture. And then moved on to work. As part of the team at the Nature Conservancy looking at site selection for projects in the red area red in this context is reduction in emissions from deforestation and I. Ever Dacian where Zeh countries that have high carbon output can find carbon credits in developing nations to incentivize them to protect vertically sensitive ecosystems, tropical forest is a great example of that, so a lot of these projects occur in in the main tropical forest areas of Brazil Democratic Republic of Congo Indonesia the top three countries for tropical forest. So using I was using DIS to help. Do Site selection to maximize dollars spent? Two or environmental protection through the conservancy We Pablo night. Live in Austin We started to connect in the music scene. Both of us are musicians songwriters. We go out and play open open mics and so that's how can Pablo and I met, but then we quickly realized that we had a lot in common apart from our music background, and over the years as we would spend time together and hard about things it just made sense to get together in work together as a 'cause. We were hitting the same problems, but Pablo represented us. More! Experience on what it is to create a company and create a culture and I represented a bit more of the technical side, and so we were good partners in kind of coming together, 'cause we represent those different areas. in filming kind of some of some of the. The rounding out the breath of our skills, really we we both. We both think we are easy to find and the other one is a really great fun. So I came out about I came out of Stanford about ten years ago, started a company So I had a lot of experience. Products Scaling a company and I. Really liked. What Brennan was doing and we teamed up and I bring a lot of experience again with the company building with a product design had to think about about by these projects and I've always had an interest I don't have a detectable background in jazz. She fired his. I've always had an interest in it. My Dad was a biologist and we would always go on these. I've been looking at maps since I was five, and and we'd go on walks in the new-look onto poverty maps and understanding vegetation maps so I guess I've been training for this for a long time without even knowing but done now. It's a little bit of my. Time and I love it the physical world and data to to solve problems in the s really exciting to work together and. We've been applying for some of these tools and really really interesting ways, and I'd love for brethren. Talk with it. This is a blog. A very big piece we're working on. That's coming out on the next, Tuesday! And it's A. It's a real world application vary timely of these told rags, these tools, a really cool powerful but the story of Man on the Moon is man on the moon, not N-, not necessarily rocket as cool as. Cool as Mathis, the the real story. Is that the the the the impact that has the? and Ny Brandon. If you WANNA, talk a little bit about the story that were published using the x Ray, spatial tools and data Cheddar I think that's That's a great example of some of the things that we do.

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Gabriel Jimnez: Petro The Crypto Project That Tried to Free Venezuela

Epicenter

05:57 min | 2 years ago

Gabriel Jimnez: Petro The Crypto Project That Tried to Free Venezuela

"Thanks for coming on. Thank you and thank you for waiting on. Thank you for the invitation to the band. Like I mentioned year before that change, my life, a lot I was completely destroyed on depressed over there, in Chicago, waiting for my paperwork for to be able to work on riot that the day before coming here when I got my paperwork on while the sat on Roseanne went to stay here in on the bay. I'M GONNA start working on out. That I'm passionate about. So you're living in the bay area? No, yes in Oakland. I was. Watching Week I think Mr Talk, but it was staying in Oakland and is like a really neat place I. Think I heard on the the Charlie. Trump podcasts that you're working with reserve now. I'm supporting Sarah via. Ask. Are Focusing on hyper visionary countries. A basketball is one of them. The reasons that I was working in creating. In, Minnesota related to take and related particular to cryptocurrencies is because of the potential that we we know. CRYPTOCURRENCY had in Venezuela and I think that very much reserve has taken a risk to actually try to develop and focus on developing tools particularly for the swearing context. Being a are a company that they don't even have Venezuelan known under team, and they were focusing on the big prawns had been a hat, so I decided to Suppor- dame, basically, because has been. Working on the potential of approp- There's. Always people, but and mostly focused right now on creatine product on my own, and that is Mike Place that is focused on providing jobs to Venezuelans goes John's. What financial freedom that cryptocurrencies allows you to I'm trying to provide dignified jobs I walk create a tool that is able to match being five jobs for. People. To be dependent over either Gordon or anyone that is subsidizing something particular, but they can get leaving on their own, so you the same fundamentals on technology and crypto payments in order for them to receive their the value of their work, but also you know they're on were being able to afford the rent being able to afford their food, their medicine that is something that is lacking undergone economy nowadays. So. Could we backtrack into how you got involved with all of this and like you grew up in Venezuela? You actually were from what I read. You were living the. And then you decided to move back to Venezuela in two thousand fifteen I. Think you talk a little bit about what inspired you go back there and like try to start solving the problems. My college years back there in Venezuela. I always was very active politically. WEST PART OF GENERATION OVER MINNESOTA. The, two thousand and seven generation, and we had many troubles and protest. The Chavez back at the time I created offline Dacian, trying to help unite the people to create comprised grid. Pray except helps everyone that's when I was in college, so my plan was to go to the US study. Prepare and go back to Venezuela because. It through my life. Actually find solutions that affects our life as they're. Hold prices that is. Over there my country when I went over here to the US, I landed in Boston. I was star in the over. There are some specific station in negotiation continent My plan was to go back. I didn't know when. I knew that I was here in the US to prepare myself Durand to work and to go back. That's the reason why I'm here. In is I started working after my masters. Started working at the US Congress actually while I'm the US Congress and working for an congresswoman. Deanna, that is the biggest district, is a district that has the most Venezuelans in the US, told the reason that I decided to four hair with her back in two thousand fourteen I. Actually promoted as we're seeing her office the first sanctions. Officials a were violating human rights dot particular Gio that Gorman kill over hundred people that. Is Particularly John Renaissance at were protesting once again in two thousand fourteen, and in two thousand fifteen, happening something unique on the Venezuelan modern history that for the first time, since Chagas got power ninety, a the won an election for a public office or a major power, but in this case is the legislature so. Is the equivalent to US Congress for us. Is the National Assembly? I actually was renewing my. Own Mexico back at the time, but when I saw that their position one I thought you know many Venezuelans hope went over there for change soon for the first time, the Congress had a lot of power for, but besides the power that Congress held in Venezuelan people that wanted something different i. didn't you hold the political confident will end up happening, but the marathon that the Venezuelan people wanting to change in West Lake signed for me that it was a woman to go on support and that movement of change.

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Hurricane Season Will Be Above Average, NOAA Warns

Environment: NPR

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Hurricane Season Will Be Above Average, NOAA Warns

"Hurricane season is coming and federal forecasters are predicting that there will be between six and ten hurricanes in the Atlantic this year. That's above average Jerry. Bell is the lead Hurricane Forecaster at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. The Twenty Twenty Atlantic. Hurricane season is expected to be busy one. Npr's Rebecca Hersher reports. If the forecast turns out to be correct. This will be the fifth year in a row with above average hurricane activity in the Atlantic. That's the most consecutive years ever recorded bell says we're expecting yet another above normal season and now is the time to make sure that you're getting prepared. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is asking state and local governments to consider issuing evacuation orders earlier than they would have in the past in order to give people more time to safely leave their homes while maintaining as much social distance as possible. Carlos CASTILLO OF FEMA says Americans in hurricane prone areas should also pack different supplies than they would have be prepared to take cleaning items with you like so panna tiger disinfecting wipes or general household cleaning supplies to disinfect surfaces. You may touch regularly. Fema is also urging people to stay with family or friends or in hotels rather than in shelters if they can forecaster Jerry. Bell says the main reason for the large number of storms in the forecast is phenomenon called the Atlantic multi. Takeo Oscillation basically the wind temperatures in the Atlantic have been really good for making strong hurricanes since about nineteen ninety five that will probably change in the next few years as normal climate fluctuations happen that's separate from manmade climate change but climate change is making the storms that do form more damaging for one thing bell says sea levels are rising sea levels mean more storm on Dacian as a hurricanes approaching and warmer air and water mean that hurricanes are more likely to drop catastrophic amounts of rain. When they make landfall think hurricane harvey in two thousand Seventeen or Hurricane Florence in twenty eighteen and he says rain and storm surge affect more people than they used to our coastlines. Were built up tremendously over the last several decades so that there's potentially many more millions of people in harm's way every time a hurricane threat together normal climate variability plus the effects of human caused climate change plus the pandemic add up to a potentially deadly summer and fall hurricane season officially begins on June first and runs until November first Rebecca Hersher NPR needs.

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US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

"As he declares big progress in the coronavirus fight president trump says he'll roll out new guidelines today clearing the way for some states to ease social distancing restrictions the president says the numbers aren't looking good the data suggested Dacian wide we have passed the peak or new cases which he says puts the nation in a strong position to start re opening the guidelines would call for easing restrictions in states with less of an outbreak while keeping them in place in a harder hit areas business leaders there were warning the president they'll need more testing and protective gear before workers can be safe going back to their jobs Sager mag ani Washington

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US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

"The president says the numbers aren't looking good the data suggested Dacian wide we have passed the peak or new cases which he says puts the nation in a strong position to start re opening the guidelines would call for easing restrictions in states with less of an outbreak while keeping them in place in harder hit areas business leaders that were warning the president they'll need more testing and protective gear before workers can be safe going back to their jobs Sager mag ani Washington

President Trump Sager Ani Washington
US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

"The president says the numbers aren't looking good the data suggested Dacian wide we have passed the peak or new cases which he says puts the nation in a strong position to start re opening the guidelines would call for easing restrictions in states with less of an outbreak while keeping them in place in harder hit areas business leaders that were warning the president they'll need more testing and protective gear before workers can be safe going back to their jobs Sager mag ani Washington

President Trump Sager Ani Washington
US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

"The president says the numbers aren't looking good the data suggested Dacian wide we have passed the peak or new cases which he says puts the nation in a strong position to start re opening the guidelines would call for easing restrictions in states with less of an outbreak while keeping them in place in harder hit areas business leaders that were warning the president they'll need more testing and protective gear before workers can be safe going back to their jobs Sager mag ani Washington

President Trump Sager Ani Washington
US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

US relief checks begin arriving as economic damage piles up

"The president says the numbers aren't looking good the data suggested Dacian wide we have passed the peak or new cases which he says puts the nation in a strong position to start re opening the guidelines would call for easing restrictions in states with less of an outbreak while keeping them in place in harder hit areas business leaders that were warning the president they'll need more testing and protective gear before workers can be safe going back to their jobs Sager mag ani Washington

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Trump says White House to release guidelines on relaxing social distancing on Thursday

Larry Elder

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Trump says White House to release guidelines on relaxing social distancing on Thursday

"President trump says the United States is past the peak of the cove it nineteen epidemic white house correspondent Greg Clugston reports pointing to the latest corona virus statistics the president says the numbers are encouraging the battle continues but the data suggests that Dacian wide we have passed the peak coal or new cases as a result on Thursday he plans to unveil new guidelines for states on re opening the country it's expected the president will give a green light for the easing of social distancing guidelines in areas with low transmission of the corona virus while keeping them in place in a harder hit

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Donald Trump to announce guidelines on reopening US economy

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Donald Trump to announce guidelines on reopening US economy

"Update with six hundred thousand confirmed coronavirus cases in the U. S. and more than twenty eight thousand deaths president trump says the battle continues but the data suggests that Dacian wide we have passed the peak coal or new cases he says it's time to start re opening the country tomorrow also be leading a call with elected officials who will consult with my administration as we work to restore our economy to full speed so far Mr trump says the response has been positive governors are looking for they're chomping at the bit to get going again not all states are the same the very different summer having very little problems some of done such a good job that they have very little problem and they're ready to go he'll announce guidelines tomorrow today governors of New York Connecticut Pennsylvania and Maryland issued orders or recommendations that people wear face masks

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Jason Lemkin Clip: Why now is the best time to start a SaaS company

Equity

10:57 min | 3 years ago

Jason Lemkin Clip: Why now is the best time to start a SaaS company

"A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to chat with former founder. Active venture capitalists and driving force behind. Sastre Jason Lincoln. Jason Zoster a community for Sassan cloud founders also organized the annual Sastre Conference in San Jose. That now attracts five figures. Were the folks each year. We spoke with Jason before the novel. Corona virus had evaded containment efforts affecting domestic markets after upending their counterparts abroad the current community since dacians forced Jason Deport. Sastre back a bit. But that doesn't mean that our chat with him any less timely in our forty five minute conversation we covered a ton of stuff from the potential for cloud slow down to how founders should use or not use venture debt to Jason's outlook on SAS consolidation. And even half asked. He's writing checks today. We're sharing one of our favorite clips here. The rest is over on techcrunch for excellence subscribers we're GONNA get into VC's lately that have been talking about the beginning of cloud. Slow down and I I. This is a very specific thing. What they mean is cloud is no longer an upstart phenomenon. Saas LONGER NASCENT. We've now seen a large percentage of the inner voice software world move over to SAS and nine means that the growth rate will descend as the actual aggregate basis larger and critically. They think that this might lead to income and squeezing out startups from certain spaces in the Saas market. That might have been attractive before. And this is from Alex over at scale venture partners recently and I thought it was interesting hypothesis. I don't see why wouldn't be correct. But I want to get your take on. I know your cloud optimist. You've always been a believer in my experience. So when you think about the maturing of this ass market does that leave less space for starts in as you look at the the overall landscape. Well let's see. I think there are two different points. I have two different perspectives. If you look at data from Gartner which is imperfect. But at least we haven't you. Can you can say that. Maybe thirty percent of old school on Prem type software has gone to SAS thirty percent so the pollen of user seventy percent left but the flipside is. That's a lot of market penetration right. It actually starts approach forty fifty percent. You should see a slowdown this secular trend into SAS. When when even when you started doing sas certainly when I started doing it was risky. It was quirky. It was weird. It was it disliked. It was it was not trust about two thousand sixteen through about Twenty Sixteen. Maybe even a little later at the first astronaut. Aaron Levy came one week after the box roadshow and asked him what the public markets. He said they're starting to learn about it. They're starting to get comfortable in two thousand fifteen. That's that's only twenty five years ago so we are so that thirty percent was probably eight percent right and so there is so there's so so there's a the good news is seventy percent left. The the risk is like you know there's only so much of this crazy growth and another thing happened. Which if you look at any Gartner or whatever this and this no one anticipated more of. It went we all knew there would be a substitution that of however you define it a trillion three and there's different metrics how much infrastructure include. We all knew that like the old the old on Prem Safra would go to sas we didn't realize that it would. It would take up thirty to forty percent more of those. It budget so they used to so we got an extra boost. People are spending more on software. No no one from scale no one from anybody realized we would spend more on business software because of SAS but has physical limits. It budgets are only be so much of global two thousand budget so these Amazing Trans created many many Saas companies. Doing a billionaire are billionaire are but but they're gonNA hit headwinds there. There's no question those headwinds that's different from whether that's going to box out startups. By the first half of the apotheosis there is going to be a slow down as we just forty fifty percents over the next five years. Yes there has to be and as we stop putting more and more of our fixed. It budget into SAS. These are two great trends and they will reach saturation. Got It okay. Now on certain point and and being boxed out using more skeptic I think this is the best time to start a startup time. Tell me why because all the SAS leaders are billion. Two BILLION COMING UP ON A billionaire. Zenda shop is the hub spots. They don't have taught they don't have time so if you're a billionaire and they're all growing like a weed growing thirty forty percents shop advice. Going fifty percents off. But they're all growing. They're all growing with a few exceptions. They're all growing north of twenty percent. All the leaders true. So let's imagine you're in a building air which now they're like twenty of these companies. How much do you have to add this year? Two hundred even three hundred. Maybe a lot you're thinking about non-organic time to compete with your little startup. That was just on tech crunch. You know ten years ago. Five Years Twenty fifteen. When when Aaron came from box Aaron would see a startup. Doing five millionaire. Get a little worried. I mean not literally worried but they. Hey this may disrupt me. Is that right Stewart. Butterfield doesn't have time he's GonNa read it. He's all over social media. He's an incredible founder but slack doesn't have time going to a billionaire to worry about someone that did five million has got to worry about. Microsoft has gotta worry big guy so that means you have a lot of air cover to get not just to a million before your competed with by maybe one hundred million owes underneath the. We'll just ignore you because they have to focus they have to hold it and adobe turning around now and everyone from fig on down is competing aggressively with them. But why because they're stupid of course not? They're very smart. Sap there they were busy. It's too small. It was too small right and there's too much growth in creative cloud creative cloud fuel the dobies text market cap growth. So they just. It's not that they don't watch what's happening with web flow and figment everyone. It's just too small until it's nine figures in revenue because figure has become materialists. I don't know how they're all super successful and it's not because anyone was dumb. It's just because you can't compete when they were small you just can't. You're too big. You're they've grown too quickly so it sounds like instead of this problem. It's actually there's there's more freedom because become now too busy to kind of mess with you get up to ten fifteen twenty million a are before they even begin the guns on your ship and because cloud got so big. These niches got big. Every niche. That used to be a millionaire NECC- now can be one hundred million Monday dot Com. Where you're talking about who we needed another project. Management for Non Tech folks that went from one hundred twenty million in four years. But that's a that's a piece like ten years ago. That would be a two million dollar business going to two hundred million so let's whole years one hundred times bigger. This little niche that Monday found and they're going to do a billionaire art. So let's talk about Vertical Saas. Jump ahead my question because this is what I wanted to get. Borough Ready It seems like you're thinking about Vertical Saas than isn't that this is GonNa be constricting idea but inside these these these takes on like the dentist industry or whatever and building software for those could be enormous because the niches have gotten larger to your points. I presume your a bowl on vertical sats. I've always been a ball. I would say even more simply. Look at any company to billionaire. Look at his desk job. Okay which is already two billion. That means they're gonNA keep growing. That means they're going to get to five or ten billion. My rough math is there's another billion vertical version of that so there's another billionaire could be more and that means there could be ten UNICORNS. One hundred million ten verticalised desks right And doesn't even have time to meet with them right. I Investment Company gorgeous which is like a vendetta ECOMMERCE. They're almost all on shop. Affi- it's very niche right. They're gonNA be growing three. X Ten million error. Is that tune it? People thought this company was to NICCI twelve. Apparently it's not nine. Three hundred percent honest has an offering it as a great product but all they do is make sure your fulfillment from instagram to shipping. That your contact center works magically. Which is good enough. Note is enough. It is enough to build a three hundred million Arab business. But it's just a niche today. That's so big because cloud is look how shoplifting. Today seventy million dollars in two thousand fifteen it was worth eight hundred million so these niches have grown astronomically and that means these vertical SAS things. We've like gorgeous and others. You turn around. And how could we do be a unicorn? Well it wasn't four or five years ago right when I met I met the founders only twice twenty fifteen. They were great but it wasn't clear it could be as big today but cloud. Gubbay point about Zen desk in there being room for ten unicorns underneath the desk at one hundred air. The implications vertical sights will still generally smaller companies than the original broader. Sass play so to me even smaller than salesforce. That's an example I don't Viva is a Pharma. Sierra Viva is the most successful verticals ass company so the CTO salesforce left salesforce a decade ago founded VIVA. It only raised three million dollars from emergence plus. It's now worth twenty billion dollars. Today he was also in my class. Like everyone did better than me in my bye-bye on the show but you should just get out. We should bring Peter Gassner. He's like a hundred times would have been me and vivas was twenty something billion and then how to products and he. He said look sales versus a great horizontal play I WanNa do Pharma and there. There is a legacy vendor in the space and it's big. It's a big space and all their deals are seven figure eight figure deals. But it's still. It's still a thirty billion dollar company and salesforce is one hundred fifty billion so I can't think of a vertical SAS that is bigger than its horizontal play but it may well it may well exist but thirty billion still outcomes. You're at three million dollar investment. Even if they are smaller by definition you know there's going to be enormous your general point about the client it's up it's becoming growing the high antigone larger piece of the overall. Everyone seems to be very hot. Verticals ask these days. So that's why I wanted to ask because they like it because the cloud got bigger and because competition is simpler the amount of domain expertise you have to do to build a viva is. It's rich compounds on itself and there aren't going to be twenty startups out of y Si. They're going to build that. But but and so there are these verticals because finally they realized they can be three hundred air business and then they can actually millionaire and they realized look it actually works. I can like I. Invested in in a SAS company just for environmental compliance called map history right. They disclosed their first. One million dollar deal okay. They have like no competition not in the whole space but in what they do they can have a few bumps and they can get through it. They have time they have times. There's not ten other players in the exact same thing. We've guys may disagree. But they had like one or two competitors and their original competitor was I think. Ms Dos based in offices. So you have time and so like this because you just. You're you're overwhelmed with the competition. You're overwhelmed with everyone. Wanted to take on snowflake and data dog and and there are many great apm companies. But it's exhausting. How do you know what's the next day doc?

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Internationally known Psychic and Medium Sharon Bauer

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

09:31 min | 3 years ago

Internationally known Psychic and Medium Sharon Bauer

"Welcome Sharon and thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to thank you kid. I really appreciate this opportunity to share with you as well as your listeners. The parts of my book that I think are really important to be revealed. That's great and I have to start off by saying I really enjoyed your book. And it's divided into eight sections and for the listener so they have a sense. This book is just uplifting at really fun to read. But it's easy Torri because his she's Sharon. You got a divided into eight parts. So I'm just GONNA go through this briefly part one. I have so much to say. I hardly know where to begin. Part two releasing all beliefs part three truth always prevails are four if love was the only factor those in the afterlife would remain with us here or would remain here with us. Heart six our beloved pets which is really interesting part. Seven hate part eight. If I I felt the presence of a pure acids that comes from debut in though so young and it's it's just a great book on many of the stories deal with the spirit that has a message for a loved one and you often refer to the ceases being on the other side of Vail before. Really get into the book. I wonder if you would describe the process. What you go through or how the spirit comes to you and also if you could describe this veil that you mentioned I'm actually get there are two veils. I call them the veil of forgetfulness. The first male is between the pre existence and our existence existence here on this earth. Playing the Second Vale is available between the Earth and are moving forward into the Paradise or heaven or to the next Ram the veil is a thin membrane. And the reason why call it? Forgetfulness is because as we pass through we forget our previous existence and and the members there however when we pass through the second veil the veil that separates at the time of death are conscious soul Christ consciousness. That of the experiences that we've had here does go with us to the other side. The consciousness of the brain being and the physical body that guys with the physical Wadi Show. We're taking with US those memories and those experiences with us. When repass the veil I started experiencing this when I was a very young girl? My father was a logger and he was killed his catt turned over on Magnon Cala Oregon and showed that was my first experience with death There's a feeling of abandonment. Masa that goes with this feeling and so- questioning a wandering inquiries you know my Irish five and my baby sister died. I was six when my second father passed. And so I kind of have grown up with this questioning as to wear. Bu Go you know so that was really important. Part of my life this unknown and wanting to know an and having the desire to shake out and find okay. That's I got something here. That is kind of the preface for part. Three truth always prevails. I'd like to read this because it talks a little bit. I guess of you where you're like. You just mentioned you're kind of coming from this. So this is this is As I mentioned the prophets part three. It's the importance of truth. Resides on both sides of the Vale. Truth has a certain ring to it. Speaks to everyone. In fact most of US recognize truth in our gut. If you pause with what is being said and noticed a deep feeling residing within you will experience truth the feeling of peace or adult troublesome spoken statement will penetrate. You're very being. It brings a knowing of aura awareness. There is a spirit in each of US helping us to unerringly determined truth from falsehood my truth. That would be you why truth. I haven't knowing I speak with those in the afterlife. I think that's a tremendous statement and one of the things that struck out to me about. This book is through so many of the of the stories about readings and meeting people and spirits is serious about this because I think for so many people. They say I'll come on but reading the different stories. A lot of people were skeptics. And I wanted to ask you about that. What what is your experience meeting somebody. Who is I? Guess you would say on non believer. Actually I welcome that because most of the time that is orchestrated by a loved one on the other side that is wanting to make connection with this person. That doesn't believe and so when that happens in I'm there and that their loved ones shows up then I'm able to bring through the information that's pertinent to them. The message that needed to come through comes through for them and with being able to experience what I have. Experience IS CONFIRMATION INVALIDATION. Which is why mediums do. What they do is to bring through the validation the confirmation that life is eternal and only the individual having their personal experience with a loved one from the other side something that the medium would have no awareness of but could bring that through bearing witness to that family member that their loved one still continues to exist in the end the another rep and. I know that there's a story in your kind of to that effect of somebody who ask you what do you do? I was at Aquarius at that time. And and visiting with threatened Scott there and Anna lady came in and and She entered It was a old relationship. Soy excused myself and Fred wanted to show him his store because they hadn't seen it before so I went over to speak to Scott remembering that I had left my drink in my room. That a year readings to not I'm They take such pride in their store. I thought I need to run back and get this so as I went back and push the door open. I realized they were there and so I said Oh I'm so sorry I didn't mean to interrupt you and her husband looked at me. Fred introduced me as a medium psychic medium and he looked at me and he said so. What do you do? And so I said for instance your grandfather's here you standing right behind you. And he no. I said your father's here he goes. No my father still alive and I said well then at your grandfather so he did correct me but he said he raised you so that gave me the impression that this was your father now. He's also indicating to that. You stole a car when you were young boy and his wife looked at him and said. I didn't know you never told me that. And so the man just looks at me and I said an he saying. That was your grandmother's car. You never went to jail because your grandfather said he could take care of this and they knew he could. He's also shown me a pistol and he used the word pistol not gun so this was something pretty important to him that he had given to you so I was able to as a medium a mediator between both worlds to be able to ring through information. That wasn't that I didn't know that I still learning myself. And at the very end he looked at me. And you said that's true. He did raise me and just a week ago. I was cleaning my grandfather's pistol in thinking of him and I looked at him and said. So that's what I do and that's great and that's one of the stories in here and that's what's so enjoyable about it is. There's a Dacian to these stories. There's a sense as I read. There's a sense of truth in that. This is coming out you know. Can't that's interesting that you say that because as I give readings the people sometimes they'll say well I don't know that are. I'm not sure about that. I have to tell them that. I believe those on the other side of the Vale. They speak their truth. Those on the other side have to speak their truth and then later on somebody will call me. You're there right knee. Mail me and say you're right. Sharon. I didn't remember it at the time but later on I got to thinking about it. And what they brought through was true and so there's a ring of truth to both sides of the

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Climate Change Threatens Alaska Census Count

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Climate Change Threatens Alaska Census Count

"Now News. to Alaska where some communities are on the front lines of the impact of climate change warming temperatures and thawing. Permafrost are forcing some Alaskan native villagers to look for firmer ground on which to live. And that's also making it harder to get an accurate population. Count for the twenty twenty cents in parts of the state. NPR's Hansi Lawan has been traveling to some of these remote areas for this report once a decade the US government's largest peacetime mobilization officially begins with a trek to the most northern state in the Union Census Bureau officials crossed the Tundra of Southwest Alaska by Bush plane last month to reach the fishing shing village of took Sook Bae Ba. I community in the country to be counted for the twenty twenty cents. Is You land on a strip of Ice Jessica Amazon she coordinates the bureau outreach to tribal governments in Alaska the airport terminal is essentially. It's not even building. It just hasn't mention their blocks the wind. And then you go go up to the actual village typically by snow machine after each villages counted census workers often hop back attack on a snow machine. Or if you're in the lower forty eight a snowmobile or sometimes into a dog sleigh to journey across miles of frozen ground and ice roads to reach the next village village temperatures in Alaska though have been heating up twice as fast as the global average making counting in some parts of the state more complicated we seen gene landmasses just disappear overnight and we're talking a big chunk Alan up twenty feet or so Romi caddy anti is a relocation coordinator for village northeast of took bay called new talk. Many residents. There have been forced out by erosion and rising waters that seep through floorboards and lead to black mold and homes. There are leaning telephone poles all over the village structures are beginning to fall from their foundation. Dacian the two thousand ten census counted just over three hundred fifty people. Living in new talk and the community has used that number to get its share of an estimated more than one and and a half trillion dollars a year in federal funding guided by Census Data Ba last fall a third of new talks residents relocated into new homes in mocked Avik. It's replacement village. That's on higher ground and this year. The Census Bureau is planning to count the community as to villages would separate population counts. So I asked Romi Taty Day. Hey what does that mean for. How much funding the community receives over the next decade? That's a very good question and a very scary question. There's gotta be a way Eh. For communities that spurious these kinds of threats to have additional funding in the transitionary period recent global warming and how slowed affect in coastal areas rivers and. It's not just one village in all the villages back in took set bank tribal administrative Robert. Pit Gus says. Climate change brings a particular challenge to Alaska native villages that rely on funding tied to their census numbers. What are you worried about about over the next ten years? I'm just worried that there may be lack of funding to fix all kinds of erosion occurring in many villages indescribable for Diana Turkic. It was partly forseeable. Turkic is the operations manager for the took base of regional clinic. And she's worried about the ice road. Other villages rely on to get to took suck base health clinic and research winters. It's sometimes been too warm to drive over a nearby river it hasn't frozen Over and it's made it more typical to get seen over here so they rely on. Claims Moore Turkic says the rising temperatures reminder of what you elders have long predicted and she wonders census workers who often have to use ice roads to get around may encounter a vastly different Alaska by the next count in twenty thirty. The way things are going. Maybe they won't maybe they will not have winter. That's like so many years from now and I just don't know Romi Cayenne Tei says in new talk. Many residents are not waiting to see what else climate change brings. There are so many people that are scared about the weather so a lot of people have been seeking shelter with their relatives all over the region. So you're GonNa see that census number drop a little bit ten years from now though. County wants to see new talks community reunited on solid ground in their new village of mocked Avik population. Three hundred fifty by the twenty thirty cents is he hopes or maybe even higher

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