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"daily journal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"daily journal" Discussed on KGO 810

"He's likely to have guidance next week on when hair salons can reopen he says one of the sticking points has been the availability of masks for workers and their customers the Golden Gate Bridge is getting a thirty million dollar coronavirus relief a grant from the federal government the bridge district will use the money to support bus and ferry service during the pandemic it's part of the twenty five billion dollars allocated for public transportation by the carers act city leaders in half moon bay would like to see beach parking lots reopened to keep cars out of nearby residential neighborhoods this week council members asked staff to put some pressure on state officials to get those lots open this weekend but according to the San Mateo daily journal beach lots likely won't reopen in time for the holiday weekend but possibly by next weekend city leaders are discussing the idea of residential parking permits in order to reserve spots for residents well the man might have finally solved the toilet paper mystery as it turns out it's not just hoarding that's causing an ongoing shortage here we are more than two months into the corona virus pandemic and toilet paper is still a top get what is the deal now the hoarding is tailed off but when you can find the package you're likely going to ground one just to be safe in addition use of toilet paper at home has increased in a big way by as much as forty percent during the stay at home mandate the biggest issue however he's mad your jurors still can't meet demand work T. P. tends to be one ply which uses less wood and paper mills cannot easily ship to meet the sudden demand for domestic two ply toilet paper.

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Marc Jacobs: I Still Have Stories to Tell

The Business of Fashion Podcast

10:11 min | 8 months ago

Marc Jacobs: I Still Have Stories to Tell

"Mental Health Awareness Week and last week on Bureau F. Live our editor at large Tim. Blanks spoke to the celebrated American designer. Marc Jacobs who touched on a variety of topics from working through the krona virus crisis and maintaining his creativity but also on how the crisis is impacting his own mental health at this time of anxiety and stress for people around the world. Here's Mark Jacobs inside fashion. Hi Tam I'm such a pleasure to see it today. It's always a pleasure to see you. Tim and this will be out conversation for the next few seasons. I guess because we want you seeing each other in well who knows who knows where I am. I am in New York City in my hotel room in Soho Talking to you you've seen in a hotel rooms for the whole luck. Yes yes yes has that been. It's been let's let's put it this way. I'm grateful to be in a place where I'm comfortable. I'm going to start under the start on the. I'm going to start this chat on a positive note. So what have to keep going back to my mind is that I am grateful. I have my two dogs with me. I have clean made bed that I made this morning. I have what I need. I've got a closet full of clothes that I can play with. Have got a couple of makeup bags that I can play with. I have my iphone and my ipad which connect to other people with and I have the where I can sit outside and get some air so I am very grateful that I'm comfortable today and I feel like I'm taking care of and obviously you confidently connect with people. I'm finding. I'm actually connecting with people more than I usually do because quoting about connecting with now. But I have well. It's a strange thing. Isn't it connection? Because I never really I think of this as a type of connection and I we can use these devices of hours to connect with people in some superficial way or in some way that's different but I'm a luddite and I believe in live contact. I believe in note writing letter writing. I believe in seeing people across the dinner table or having a coffee with them I see. I don't see I didn't grow up with life on the screen and I didn't grow up with cell phone in my hand at or or night at or nih-funded whatever and I like live performance in live theater and I liked. I like going into shops. I like seeing people on streets so while this is some form of connection. It certainly. I don't have any kind of real connection to this form of connection. So but how how? How does this thing for you then? Well it's a kind of a kind of goes in waves and spurts. I mean they're I'm very sort of manic depressive. In a way I mean I am you know. My mental health goes from mania to depression. So there are days where I just feel extremely depressed and feel like it's the end of the world. And then your days were mannequin. I just think what a great opportunity for us all to learn collectively from this and move forward and then there's all the grays in between but I mean I tend to go from the basement to attic in five seconds. You know like In terms of emotions and so it's been very hard because I also not really in control of how you feel. You know the ceilings common. It's just a question of how I kind of accept them and and sort of you know honor them etc. So so I've had moments of feeling very productive and creative and moments feeling just like what's it all sore or is that all there is as I keep saying the south. You Camilla Louder. You have exactly. Isn't it funny? How life comes along to trip up those kind of those little notions and give them a sort of real time white. Will you see it's this? It's this computer right here. That fascinates me the most. And that's what I think is always this kind of amazing thing. I have this kind of faulty computer. Which is my brain and it's not faulty in the sense that it doesn't work but it just kind of works as it does right and so. I mean for absolutely no apparent reason. I could do everything I did yesterday. And Go to sleep on time and wake up on time and have my vitamins draped might juices for some reason the Sun could be shining and I can have the most miserable attitude about life and see things through the darkest leads and then I could stay up all night and and and not drink juices not my vitamins and like the sun isn't shining and I'm just like full of hope and you know like so who knows and then yes they're like these songs that comes my head in these things. I've seen in these performances. I know I don't know like books I've read and you know I don't. I'm not in charge of where the where where my brain sort of fires on a particular day but like it just doesn't it and it's like kind of fascinating as kind of goes through all of its little find sub dreaming a lot more. I have some very weird dreams but I've always had weird dreams that I've always been a bit of an insomniac because apparently that's a that's a huge side effect of this pandemic. Is People a happen. Incredible Dreaming Nkala at a lot about real people like either family members will celebrities or whatever but that they remember the dreams full of almost movie. And that's by to pick this. That people can depend up in the daytime and then the minds slowed us. I don't think that I'm dreaming more than I was before. And I think my dreams are kind of still of the crazy surreal content that they always work which combines a little bit of like the tape recorder you know things I've just recently heard but then then concocted into something that might have some other greater meaning but No I find my dreaming kind of the same. I guess you're making a movie while you yeah so via via recommended. I mean she. She had this idea. Unfortunately it was like four weeks in she was like. Oh you should have taped yourself every day. Like just videotaped yourself every day like you had this like you know daily journal like on tape like everything you did just like this endless documentary journal and I was like well if I had started it for weeks ago. It would have been great because we're already for weeks in if feels that will have to do something else. So so nick My friend my best friend and and someone I work with very closely you know at. Marc Jacobs He he and I came up. And we decided we'd do more of a fairy tale like this this kind of life in quarantine more of an louise or a you know like or a home alone or something like that right played all the characters who would normally be here at the hotel but or not like what kind of well everything from the porter to the manager to the chef in the restaurant to the housekeeping to the engineer to the different people who are residing in the hotel to the different things. I do in my room on different occasion to me documenting my set like just just just like I never any element of the other look creeping in. No just just just anything. I can do within the confines of this hotel. Your instagram is being incredibly vivid. The whole time that you've seen in Lucca. It seals almost like you are testing out characters in well. I'm not really I'm I'm kind of just you know I've always been this way. This is like this is nine year old mark who you always was in his bedroom. Escaping chaos of what life looked like you know like a very disturbed and dysfunctional childhood. And I went to my room and I sat with my clothes and I painted my jeans or embroidered. Jean Jacket and I put on my outfits. I comb my hair one way or the other and you know maybe I found a curler for my mother curled by whatever it was but that nine year old kid that me was like a in his own world in his bedroom and had to use his imagination to create a world. That was a happier place. And that's kind of what I'm doing I mean. I have two months worth of clothes that I packed to move in here. I'm I have a couple of bags of of makeup. That randomly for some reason felt were important to take with me and And then you know just and the dogs and Some hairclips jewelry and I'm just playing around and and keeping myself entertained and and doing what I do which I think is taking care of my mental health. I mean I have to get up everyday and shower and I have to Rome and I have to get dressed and I I just feel like not only do I have to do it for my sanity but like I enjoy doing it. So it gives me pleasure and it allows me to kind of be of service in some way. Because if I'm not well. In taking care of myself creatively and in every other way then. I'm of no use to anybody else. I mean I just can't lie an unmade bed all day long. It's the most pressing thing I've I mean. I used to see my mother who suffered from manic depression. She wouldn't get out of her bed sometimes for weeks and her bed was never made and the site of an unmade bed to be as just about the most horrifying thing. I can remember.

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"daily journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"daily journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Due to the pandemic not do the pandemic at all this is coming out of the Ukiah daily journal so a long planned paving project after you climb in this sport airport began has began in a halted all flights for the next several weeks airport manager says helicopters will still be able to land during the current construction but other planes will not be able to okay you hi airport how many planes do thing going smaller yeah you know private right I let's movie stars were wealthy yeah Bill Gates he said that bitterly not that I'm jealous so Twitter will allow employees to work from home for as long as they want Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told employees Tuesday that many of them will be allowed to work from home for ever even after the corona virus pandemic ends I think a lot of businesses especially those that you know tend to be more digital are gonna roll that ours I mean it just it if it makes sense for them minutes probably saving them a good deal of money mom dad when he going back to work never you know I wonder if people embrace that or if they're thinking gosh I would like to go to the office you know I think it just depends on whether you're an introvert or an extrovert I mean I have introverted friends who have worked from home for ever their lives have changed very little and they're liking it are they you know they like their lives before the pandemic and I like their lives now and their lives have changed very little and then others you know I did that I have are very extroverted they're climbing the walls like you know any excuse to go get gas or by something else at the grocery store they're gonna not I'm gonna go to gas you have three quarters of a tank I'm gonna go again right that's a lot to do it cove in nineteen symptoms how they're changing and being treated we dig deeper into that just in three minutes what's the first thing.

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"daily journal" Discussed on Badass Agile

Badass Agile

11:36 min | 9 months ago

"daily journal" Discussed on Badass Agile

"Hey Guys I've been avoiding doing it. I hate doing it. I know you're going to hate here in it but I have to do it. It's time to talk about journals that this week on the bad ass. Agile podcast greetings team. Welcome to the bad ass Agile Park. Cast I'm your host Chris Williams. Everybody welcome back. Hope you doing great hope safe. In these uncertain times you know as we're so isolated and everything is changing as a new set of skills required. The world needs you to be creative. The world needs you to be insightful. The world needs you to be aware so that you can lead in the biggest tool that you should be using to help you develop an all of those domains is your ritual of writing also known as your journal now before we begin. Let's take a moment to remember why we're here to create an elite tribe of leaders who truly serve their clients and communities by doing what matters and what works relentlessly chasing value in. Excellence like a bad ass. There's so many resources out there about what you need to do to be agile. But we're focused on who you need to become in order to lead teams salutes hammered down those fundamentals to create a truly unique and powerful force in this industry. All right. I know you don't want to hear it. I almost don't WanNA talk about it. Because journaling sounds like one those things that. I don't WanNa do it? Look my game is tight. I'm solid. I'm certified educated him seasoned and experienced them all these things what we need to journal for. What is this half the do with agility our follow me on this one one of the big byproducts of thinking and doing is innovation that requires massive creativity it requires sharp thinking on demand also not only competition but leadership leadership in the marketplace leadership with your peers and your co cheese? Those things require very precise self awareness and understanding of who you are where your gaps are and how to improve strategy also requires deep contemplation requires envisioning the future. It requires knowing your outcome with great certainty and clarity and for that matter. Influence requires the same. Things doesn't it requires great certainty and confidence and courage and self understanding and awareness. And in general overcoming your fears even so the can develop the courage required to do any of these things at a massive world-class level requires that you're able to shine a light in your dark corners to understand what you fear and to make the mindset inhabit shifts required to be free of them will. You can't do any of these things unless you're looking with intelligence and intention and that's what journal can do for you ellison here. It may seem outright Hippie to you be walking around with a notebook and a pen and sit down and always scrubbing about your feelings. But that's not really what a journal is if all you're doing with pen and paper is writing down how you felt about yesterday when you were sad and when you were happy. I mean that's a start but that's really not what a great journaling practice looks like a great journaling. Practice should also include number one a collection of your hypotheses and ideas two reasons for that number one. If you have a habit of writing your ideas down that habit increases and improves over time and that develops a part of the brain. That's responsible for innovation and true creativity. The number two. It also creates this massive backlog of stuff that you can rewind. Through and search for those little moments of inspiration of brilliance. That had you not written them down would surely have been lost so when you use a journal to collect and refined those two things you now have a reliable creative practice. You also have a toolbox that you can pull from anytime you need an idea. And the very practice of going back and looking through those ideas forces you to reflect on them to contemplate on the Mcginn to revisit them to examine them to see if they still make sense and that process to help ensure that the ideas you create and refine and spend time on are the ones with the best chance for Success. See One of the big problems with creative problem solving creativity or innovation is that we put so much pressure on ourselves to come up with the best idea that we never seem to be able to squeeze out even one this journaling practice turns that creative thought into ritual when something's a ritual were able to do it without thinking and more importantly we're able to do it without overthinking now this when you're just GonNa have to trust me on and try it for thirty or sixty days to see if it makes a difference you know. Just look at this podcast. Every single episode. You've listened to and enjoyed came from this journaling process this brainstorming habit that I have you may say some of these episodes were great and some of them were not so great. And I'm perfectly okay with that. Because at the end of the day are still got like two hundred fifty episodes. And that's about two hundred and forty nine episodes than most podcasters. So that's important to you having consistency over time having a body of work having a ritual of output of moving forward of value in the marketplace. It's that journaling practiced got me there now. Related to that. Creativity is the practice of journaling. What I call your chievements injure gaps when you make a practice every day of writing down what went well and where you need to improve and where. You're stuck at a highly revealing habit. A couple of things will happen if you do it. Religiously every day the things that block you will keep popping up over and over over time and generally when you have a problem that comes up more than once and it spans a very long period. It is a persistent and pervasive problem. That you need to give more attention to. It's the truth laid bear right in front of you there. Something that you are avoiding. There's something that you know. You need to get better at because you've written it down but you're failing to take the right action and in seeing that disparity it draws your attention to a blind spot the you and only you have. There's an area you don't WanNa face. There is something that scares you. The only thing better than that is having a person who sits right next in points out your flaws in areas firm improvement each and every day. And while you're at it those patterns are detectable and other people too. So if you're working with teams or certain kind of people certain group of people at a particular audience a particular client noticing patterns of Ineffective Behavior Dangerous Behavior or effective behavior. Helps you come to your own philosophy on how to perform and work well in groups. What techniques worked for you? What things didn't really move the dial two different people respond to different kinds of dialogue or different ways or processes of working different roles different structures as you journal. You're literally creating the fodder for your own book on how to do Agile Wealth. You're creating the content for your own training. Course you're creating the clear value of your offering gender. Stand that just putting agile coach. Your resume doesn't mean that much anymore. There's tons of 'em the market starting to get flooded with scrum masters and worse is starting to get flooded with practitioners of average quality or worse. So what you need to be focusing on his. What sets you apart from? All of those other agile coaches all of those other scrum masters because that job title is no longer a distinction in and of itself. So what is it that you do? What is it that you understand? What have you learned experienced and practiced the truly makes you different. The only way you're going to know that is if you journal it because as we all know if you leave it to your memory to collect and organize all of these points into a cohesive and compelling statement or value offering your memory is gonNA failure. It's just not good at that stuff and finally I hear so many people say I wanna be a storyteller storytelling. His in. Everyone wants to be able to shape their unique experiences into compelling riveting marketing messages. That's perfectly okay. But what is your story until you practice writing it down until you start to see patterns and repetitions until your story creates once again unique value unique observations stories. Not Going to be interesting. You need to learn how to craft compelling stories. You got to create interesting characters. You have to know how much to say and what not to say you have to create story. Arcs THAT MOVE PEOPLE. Because ultimately that's why we want to be storytellers. We WanNA create impact. We WanNA move people. We want to influence to change minds and hearts. We WanNA connect. But you can't do that just by saying my name's Chris and I grew up in a small town. You have to know how to artfully weave the events and your responses to them into a compelling tale. The other people can learn from grow from and what better way to practice that than to have a habit of writing daily? 'cause you can do this in as little as five to ten minutes a day but I want you to commit now that we have time now that we're separate now that we're not constrained to being in a certain place for eight to ten hours a day now that we're no longer doing that commute for hours locked up in the car by ourselves. We have time. We have an opportunity to sharpen your journaling game. I still can't get over. How weird that sounds but guys. This is fundamental. I want you to try it for thirty to sixty days. Commit to it and let me know how changes things for you. It's been great talking to you. Thank you for being listeners. Thank you for all your comments. Thank you for your loyalty. Thanks for being part of my life. I appreciate each and every one of you you can reach out agile dot com or find me on twitter at bat s underscore next time until then state that ass..

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"daily journal" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

02:49 min | 10 months ago

"daily journal" Discussed on Trapping Today

"Last time today. Yeah wish we had a little more for hanging up Verte skin. That's the way it goes. It's been cold it's been was what forty eight below forty six forty eight below two mornings Warmed up to. Thirty eight blow. This morning wasn't a more than two mornings. It was forty eight below. You probably have it written down. I've been keeping a journal. Daily Journal here just site well might have been low forty one morning so Sunday was forty eight. Saturday was forty five below. Let's see I know what this day. This is a day. I said in the cabinet all day and do anything because I wrote about ten pages of stuff Negative on Friday at those day that that we stayed here and then Thursday negative forty five Wednesday was negative thirty five. So yeah it was quite a stretch and when I before I come here to look for February with the average highs and lows were averaged. Low overnight was like negative twenty high around zero. Well that's pretty good but when I got here we're above those numbers and then we swung quite a ways below. I'm guessing I'm hoping that kind of has something to do with the low fair catch last week. I don't know I know they don't move around a lot when it's really cold but it has been warming up a little. During the days we did see we. We had we set up last week. A Lotta these over a week ago. I guess we had. There was quite a bit of sign in the past eight. Ten days. F- seen very little fresh sign but they haven't been very cooperative either links. Yeah Yeah and some have been cooperating. Were hijacked by Wolverine. But they go to eat to get into that so we go. We go a long list. We we're GONNA cover the ground here so the first one is you've got You got your and your Stanley's your Robert Deans in in the new one new guy that I've learned about Snook Wyking. He does about snuck. Oh he grew up in the Syria and he grew up on a trap line. He's my age a little older trapped all his.

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"daily journal" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"daily journal" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Alabama was struggling to find a coach for years ago. Bilbao Bilbao to went off off the rails. He was a personal guy likable average, coach good recruiter. Yeah. I put him in the let's thanks for the call. Let's let's go out and listen to curb Davis try to make this absolute this ration- today by Oklahoma sound better than at least when I saw. Disappointing day for for our team it just right from the start Oklahoma. Give them all the credit, totally outclasses toughness. They did in every area to give Oklahoma a lot of credit. They played really really well. But this is not going to define who we are. You know, based on when we took the program over a year, and how much progress that we have made in a year. Some so proud of these guys three guys. I mean, they were unbelievable all your long. We obviously, you know, we didn't play like we we wanted today. But to be with this group the whole year extreme excited about our future. Just but just give line and Oklahoma a lot of credit and they play like that they're on they'll have chance to win the next round game. Two questions for our student. Athletes will start on the second row on the left. Terrance that your last game almost rebel. When you went out is lawless. But you went out playing really, well, just what what was it like your final game and going out that way tofu? Definitely going up. No way for me a jumped dumped on quick things like eleven zero looked up. No, you just gotta give them all the credit, man. They made the tough play. Sport means message and things like that. But yeah, it was pretty tough right side. Third-row Tores Newswatch wholeness Brin last couple of games for you to turn games. Really offensively. I mean, what was it that that kind of kind of you struggled with as far as getting shot going? I rated with that just couldn't make shot. It's unacceptable. I got to become a more consistent player over this off season. And. Got to be better. Second row on the left side. Parish all for daily journal Tupelo Terrence they got off to particularly hot start in the post with doodle in there. What what did you see I know you weren't matched up against him so much early on? But what allowed them to be so effective with him in the post early. I mean, this part of as part of his game say, no, he got bitter. The season is year things like most improved player in the big twelve. A just just went no store miss messages as well. Oklahoma does and does what what they did with little pharaoh on the left side Ryan or if he supertalk Mus. So this is what happened ninety five seventy to give Kermit credit. There's no really good way of talking about it. I mean, it's and I don't I don't mean to Powell on. But it's hard to be. It would really be hard for almost played any worse. I mean, they were down fourteen nothing. To collar Murray touchdowns. And after that, even when they tried to cut the lead. They gotta down. I think from seventeen to sixteen at the end of the at the beginning of the first the second hand, it was just an embarrassment. So we'll talk them. Well, maybe we won't talk a little bit more about that. But we will continue to take your phone calls at eight five five two four to seven to eighth up. See so heard on the latest in Tuscaloosa. And some of the crazy your names that have been mentioned already. It's kinda hard to top Billy Donovan, we're coming right back. Listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast back as we continue. Busy day. Almost gets crushed in NCWA play by Oklahoma Bryce through fired every Johnson being forced out nothing official on that yet. But it is happening. And now the speculation on what happens next Billy Kennedy already three SEC coach is gone. And the new the new deal you better win the SEC or you will not have job for long. How about Clint up next in Kansas? Hey clint. Thanks, taking my call thanking absolutely wanted to talk about the next hour..

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"daily journal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on KCRW

"For the daily journal. She's been covering the government shutdown in Joshua tree. About eight hundred thousand federal workers are not being paid during the shutdown. Half of them are so-called essential workers. And they are still expected to come to work every day. Even though they're not being paid. Well, now a union for these employees is suing they say that's illegal. Jessica Levinson is here now to talk about this and some other legal dramas. She is our regular legal legal a professor at Loyola Law School. Hello happy new year. Happy new year. Great to see you. All right. So people who work in the defense department and a number of other agencies. They are still being paid. And so that's why this is called a partial shutdown, but other people are deemed essential employee's. They are still expected to come to work every day, even though they're not being paid who are these people. Yes. So if you're essential or expected than you still have to come to work, so for instance, border patrol agents federal certain federal law enforcement firefighters. In. So if you think of the people, basically who keep either your person or your property safe. Those are the people who are deemed to be essential federal workers, and they have to come to work, and they have to come to work, regardless of when they know their next paycheck is coming. And that's what this lawsuit is about. Okay. This lawsuit says what exactly so this lawsuit says that under the fairly rare standards act that it's impermissible to not pay these workers that it just goes against what the statute said it goes against the spirit of the law, essentially, you have all of these people going to work and not knowing when their next paycheck is coming. It's interesting. A lot of the coverage. Here is about the fact that the argument is the simply isn't fair and that actually lines up with what the federal statute says new in federal workers actually sued under the statute in a twenty thirteen government shutdown, and they were successful in the judge said, yes, you're right. You should get paid. It's not fair for you to wait. And you should actually get paid double for some of that time. Oh, now, many of those workers have yet to see that money. But there is good case president for them to be successful on this place. So it says, you should be paid paid double. But it doesn't say when it says it could happen at any time. Well, that case has been winding its way through the court system a little perhaps too slowly. But I think what's important for these plaintiffs who are suing and their federal corrections officers is that a judge has said, you know, what you're right under the statute, you need to be paid. And I think because those workers had not been paid for so long. They got double. Okay. But don't they usually get paid when congress appropriates and comes back and says, okay. Well, we will pay you for all the time that you were working, we weren't paying you. So does that count. Yes. It does. So in the past they have been paid back bay so one that kind of goes against within. Then why do you have to sue? And the other thing is. Federal workers haven't actually missed a paycheck yet, the next paycheck isn't doing until January fifth. So the only people who could sue are people like these particular plaintiffs who have overtime that hasn't been paid. So they are actually waiting for money. Other federal workers who are going into work aren't waiting on money. And what happens if workers say, you know, what if you're not going to pay me, a mock gonna show up even though they're deemed essential. Well, they could be fired. So we have interesting president for that. In terms of president. Ronald reagan. Back in. I think it was August nineteen Eighty-one. There was it was it somewhat different situation in that. There was a strike by the airline workers and the air traffic control workers. And he said if you don't go back to work, I'm firing you and he did and he did and he fired over eleven thousand workers and it slowed air-traffic for months and that decision was upheld. Both because there is a nineteen fifty five statute that said you can force those people to go to work. And then there was a nineteen seventy-one supreme court decision. That said, yeah. That law that says you can force some people go to work. That's right, and many people analyzing that in saying this was really a body blow to the union movement in general, the labor movement in general. Yes, because that's the biggest bargaining chip that you have as a member of the union is to say, well, I'm not going to work, try me. And basically to say, I will cripple part of the economy, or I will cripple, for instance, teachers the school system. So if you can. Legally forced to go to work. And if history shows, in fact that that sector won't be crippled. You lose an enormous bargaining chip. Okay. So going back to this particular lawsuit. What happens next? So what happens next is the judge takes the complaint. I think that there will be a response. And then we're going to in terms of timing. I mean, we have to see what's going to happen. I will the shutdown end and will congress say you get back pay in which case the suit basically goes away because it becomes moot. Or will the shutdown lasts a long time? And then this case will actually go through the system, and there could even be more plaintiffs because if there's a group of people that aren't paid January fifth there will be a much bigger class of plaintiffs who can join okay moving on to another story. Elizabeth Warren, the first democrat to say, yes, I am interested in running. She hasn't officially officially declared. But pretty much she has formed an exploratory committee. We hear that a lot. And I'm wondering if that is a legal term. And exploratory committee for donation legal purposes. It is so it's a legal term under the federal election campaign act. And what it basically says is you're not an official candidate yet you're exploring being a candidate. And so what you get to do is raise money and spend money on quote, unquote, testing, the waters, and what's important. Is it allows you to do exactly what Elizabeth Warren has done which is to say I'd like money from you, and she can raise money the same way as candidates up to that twenty seven hundred dollar contribution limit in it allows her to do things. Like, oh, I wanna know if I'm viable I'm going to spend that money on public polling. It also allows her not to file as stringent federal election reports as she otherwise would if she was a declared candidate. So I think what's really important for her is kind of the politics of saying, I'm for me, exploratory committee and legality of being able to bring in those twenty seven hundred dollar donations. Okay. How long can she be in exploratory mode? Sushi can explore for quite a while. I mean at a certain point, obviously, you have to declare your candidacy because you need to be able to get on the ballots in the primary states. But I don't think there's a other than that. I don't think there's a time limit for how long she can dip her toe in the testing waters. Right. So we've got about a year before we we do. And then for your listeners California's much earlier than usual, so California will play a bigger and more important role than we've seen in a long time. Jessica Levinson law professor at Loyola Law School and a regular Monday, legally,.

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"daily journal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on KGO 810

"The daily journal good for you man i i tell you this is an interesting thing that we all we find ourselves place right now with this president and i you know it's funny i always look for like these little watermarks that's where something's never happened before and i wonder if that's indicative of what's going to be our future i go back baseball it's been around for one hundred forty years in two thousand four in the in the playoffs the yankees were three over the red sox and they came back and won four in a row and won it never happened in one hundred and forty years of baseball and people laugh and they say well you know what does that mean but it was i remember thinking at the time all that's off the table you know and and a lot of different ways social media's changed that now what is reality the matrix of course is a famous movie where people thought reality was something they took i had a chance to take the red pill though and they could see the way it really is i would say most people today in society would take the blue pill over the red till nobody wants to see the problems we have when we got huge problems on the forefront we got automation coming up you talk about employment problems now these big corporations are going to just throw them aside and some people say oh that's not to worry bill gates and hawking and others were worried about a and all that i mean the exponential growth with computers can make this stuff happened in our lifetime we're not talking hundred years from now you know one one of the big changes of course is how people are approaching these questions they have moved in the political sphere and in some ways the social sphere from a tj longterm approach here our values as conservatives as progressives these are these long term plans we're going to lead the country to this place in in twenty years in thirty years and you see it in business to thinking what's our business plan going to be in twenty years thirty years today everything has become very tactical wicked what victory are we going to win tomorrow what am i stock reports going to be like next quarter okay so here's a question for you so when when madison and jay and and.

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"daily journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Daily journal writing what is he trying to why is he doing this i'll answer that sure i'm ben aid describes it as a form of prayer so way of contacting god what unstated is if he was actually able to pray he wouldn't have to resort to journal as far prayer and so it's freighted that he needs to write these words down because god isn't talking to him and ruthless is very he's quite ruthless in itself is assessment of his own writing this great willie nelson song called too sick to pray and i used to think about that song is that's why he's writing this journal we can't hear his own voice he can't finish his own thoughts he's in is sometimes it does help i find it helps a lot to write it down to keep your focus watching your own inner life and i think he starts with an honest desire to be on the to heal himself yeah i mean and it is interesting fascinating really like that this act and we see his hand put down like the distance between the idea the feelings in his head and communicating it through his arm down to the page is quite a tortured process of actually trying to distill it down to something that he feels is authentic isn't it i think we learn a lot about characters you see in every good screenwriting class i mean paul i'm sure you know this that they would tell you not to do voiceover journal they always scared of it but really what they're doubting is that you're that good of a writer it's a brilliant i love it in a good film but it has to be part of the spine of the movie for me you know if if it's something answer larry put on later it doesn't work but for me these journalists were the heart of the character was that you actually writing those notes so you have a handle and model that's pretty good handwriting oh is it easier to stay in character cursive but he we no longer have those skills unfortunately is a lost art tell us a little about the connection between this very small church of played a of your character ethan's character and the mega church of pastor jeffers he's played by cedric the entertainer actually what are those two types of worship saved to.

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"daily journal" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Your musical tastes whatever they may range but all things sports thanks spotify we really went off track i know the best ad read of all time it might be we've had very very eclectic reads this week very very thank you that's what i go for so i've had this conversation before but let me ask you guys let's say you're building lebron's trophy kicks okay even more expensive than your front door significantly let's say that there is like shells there's a shelf for each award all right what do you i don't know what your metals let's put off the side for oil what when you covered him in high school i what did he get then like the akron daily journal could be that could be in akron beacon journal like do you guys give them like a plaque or anything being player the probably you know there's a little little story about that so when the broad was a freshman in high school they made the state tournament to go to the final four and they had all these young kids freshman who'd never faced media scrutiny before and it's hilarious to think about this now but because i was a graduate of the school because i was in the local media they brought me into talk to the team about what they could expect they went to the final four and had to do press conferences and like what you know how they could be tripped up gave them a little media training session.

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"daily journal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"It's funny americans still want to say everybody wants to everybody summit will are are are are happy to be much better off the middle class nobody really wants to be poor with some acknowledge it but in the main americans to like to see him middle class that but we know that that status doesn't have the same sense of stability or eased to it once did or maybe confidence that it wants to greg williams we use tories an interesting one because your mortgage broker you're so that means by definition you get into people's finances and you see it really upclose of any of the late everything all your cards on the table when it comes to we don't have the no dark loans anymore exacts that's gone they took of they took a lot of joy with them on a lot house a lotta houses to tell us something about your story your time in atlanta sort of the course of your career your are you middle class in how house your sort of career holded so we can have a sense of that well i consider you i grew up in upper middleclass home oliver the children are family were destined to go to college i graduated from university of georgia would raise a topfive journalism school and go dogs beat florida tomorrow filled in so you know i got into banking after working for a year at the marietta daily journal and my parents like you gotta move out of our basement and i said okay i got to me and we're not going to make a bug at seven fifty seven fifty an hourplus fifty dollar month gasol out so i got into the finance world young.

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"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Successful entrepreneurs know how to set in accomplish goals those who struggle simply do not and i have created a stepbystep guide for you to set your number one goal in accomplish that goal in one hundred days allow me to introduce the freedom at journal with over seventeen thousand sold to date the freedom journal is the world numberone daily journal that will guide you in accomplishing your number one goal and one hundred days with daily tasks nightly recap 10day sprints in quarterly reviews you'll knock over thou won big domino by day one hundred in begin a chain reaction of awesome to learn more visit the freedom journal dot com chrissy you ready to rock the lighting round i'm beyond ready sir what was holding you back from becoming an entrepreneur i think the fear of failure and a fear of uncertain to jail the i think any entrepreneur experiences both of these fears to an extent whenever they launched or start something new but other than that i was i was ready to go and once i got through those two fears i was ready to rock was the best advice you've ever received best advice ever receive was very simple it was to identify what i really wanted in life and then i was told the imports of putting it down on paper and then the last piece of that was just never giving up until actually compost breeze simple and basic but has had a profound impact throughout my life both personally as well as professionally in and my background and coaching implying basketball's well what's a personal habit that contributes to your success i extremely early riser and i give the gym every morning by four am this helps me focus and start my day off with an accomplishment that puts me i think in the right mindset to attack the rest of my day and i company that with i have a personal two page daily accountability form and no plug here but i also.

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"daily journal" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Before we start today's show i wanna make an exciting announcement about a live of anam holding in new york city on the ninth of august i'm going to be moderating a discussion with quantitative value investors wesley gray and toby karlau this will be a great networking event an opportunity to hang out with two of the smartest investors i could find to sign up for the event go to the investors podcasts web page and you'll see a link on our home page spaces very limited so if you want to get your seat be sure to visit our site today i can't wait to meet you there you're listening to t i pee hey how's everyone doing out there today we've got an interesting show for you that covers one of our favorite billionaires mr charlie munger mongers net worth is about one point five billion and as most people know he's warren buffett's vicechairman at berkshire hathaway as we've talked about on previous episodes monger is really a brilliant individual that's considered a polymath but something that few people know about surely mongers that he's an investor with the daily journal corporation in los angeles california as a result he does a question and answer period every year at their annual shareholder meeting one of our good friends hari ramachandra was one of the few people that were lucky enough to attend the daily journals meeting this year and while he was there he capture some the best comments the charlie gave so similar to the way that we cover the berkshire hathaway shareholders meeting each year get ready for an interesting show it captures one of the smartest people's thoughts on a variety of investing topics so here we go you're listening to the investors podcast my we study the financial markets and read the books the influence selfmade billionaire as the nice we keep you informed and prepared for the unexpected.

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"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"On fire this special discount is valid through july thirty i 2017 successful entrepreneurs know how to set in accomplish goals those who struggle simply do not and i have created a stepbystep guide for you to set your number one goal in accomplish that goal in one hundred days allow me to introduce the freedom at journal with over seventeen thousand sold to date the freedom journal is the world numberone daily journal that will guide you in accomplishing your number one goal in one hundred days with daily tasks nightly recap 10day sprints in quarterly reviews you'll knock over thou one big domino by day one hundred in begin a chain reaction of awesome to learn more visit the freedom journal dot com david are you ready to rock the lightning rounds i sure amdro wars holding you back from becoming an entrepreneur fear like like many other people fear and also not knowing enough people personally who are entrepreneurs what's the best advice a you've ever received if you weren't embarrassed by your first release of a product or service you waited too long to release it love that i'm sure you've heard that and i know i've heard it from you read hofmann a link dan was the guy that i heard it from and i've definitely said it many times and i'm a believer in and um i share a personal habit contributes to your success creating a daily planned the night before preparation is ninety percent of what it takes to execute successfully i love it i call that win tomorrow today fire nations you wake up tomorrow with no plan in your expecting tomorrow self to create that planned you've already lost win tomorrow today.

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"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"But with courses you do have the opportunity to create whatever the heck schedule you want and do it on your terms and a lot of can also be automated as well i mean my has about the pablo off with excitement is fine asian i just love when we through these masterclasses ends i get emails you know six months a year sometimes even six hours after you jump in one of these programs and you're like john this is what i needed to take freedom back into my life and go on those vacations actually prioritize me and my family and my health and might nutrition and my fitness like this is where you are you're taking your life back and we have so many value bombs that are coming your way right after we think our sponsors looking to own your own business the maybe it's time to look into becoming an allstate agency owner as an agency owner you're not just selling insurance policies you're building equity in the business with an opportunity to pass it down or someday sal be more than just an agent being allstate agency owner visit allstate agent dot com slash you'll fire to learn more today subject to the terms of the agency agreements successful entrepreneurs know how to set in accomplish goals those who struggle simply do not and i have created a stepbystep guide for you to set your number one goal in accomplish that goal in one hundred days allow me to introduce the freedom at journal with over seventeen thousand sold to date the freedom general is the world numberone daily journal that will guide you in accomplishing your number one goal and one hundred days with daily tasks nightly recast 10day sprints in quarterly reviews you'll knock over thou won big domino by day one hundred in begin a chain reaction of awesome to learn more visit the freedom journal dot com.

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"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Successful entrepreneurs know how to set in accomplish goals those who struggle simply do not and i have created a stepbystep guide for you to set your number one goal in accomplish that goal in one hundred days allow me to introduce the freedom at journal with over seventeen thousand sold to date the freedom general is the world numberone daily journal that will guide you in accomplishing your number one goal and one hundred days with daily tasks nightly recap 10day sprints in quarterly reviews you'll knock over thou one big domino by day one hundred in begin a chain reaction of awesome to learn more visit the freedom journal dot com after four years and over 1600 your fire episodes it is finally time fire nation my first book will be available in 2017 the title how to finally win create your dream life one step at a time for years now i've seen entrepeneurs scared to lose losing is not the problem i lose every single day the problem is how can you finally win visit how to finally win dot com for a sneak peek at the first chapter gifts details and more how to finally win dot com bobby are you ready to rock the lightning rounds i am really that was holding you back from becoming an entrepreneur safety i have a pedigree that allowed me to have a very safe very good job making a quarter million dollars and it's hard to give up that safety sometimes to go out and lodge a you're on brand but having doubted i'm so happy i did because of so much more freedom to do what i want as an entrepreneur than i ever woodwork for someone else in finest just remember this good is the enemy of greats so hey if you want greatness unit give up the gun was the best advice you've ever received it's funny that you just put the talked about good great cause some sense it's the opposite it's don't let a great be the and read the good ah in my point of that is don't wait until two perfect are sargus may be don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good but the idea is it's better to lodge with.

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"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"It's the hero it's to go out there and know that anybody through embracing the euro mindset maximizing their superpowers are gifts and talents and shoes in the vehicle to go serve the world which is like you podcast and webinars or video or writing or blogs or face whatever that is to choose at yoko and not waiting till circumstance of righteous louis start doing it every single day i mean you're such a grad that's why i'm so proud to be here with you because you exemplified the whole thing we need to do and that's that's what i'm that's where i'd you on here to wake up people did you that will fire nation if you think it chriszeman drop in value bomb so far and he has just waited 'til we get to the lighting round and we get back from thinking our sponsors after four years and over sixteen 100 you'll fire episodes it is finally time fire nation my first book will be available in 2017 the title how to finally win create your dream life one step at a time for years now i've seen entrepreneurs scared to lose losing is not the problem i lose every single day the problem is how can you finally win visit how to finally wincom for a sneakpeek at the first chapter gifts details he and more how to finally wincom successful entrepreneurs know how to set in accomplish goals those who struggle simply do not and i have created a stepbystep guide for you to set your number one goal and accomplish that goal in 100 days allow me to introduce the freedom at journal with over 17000 sold to date the freedom journal is the world numberone daily journal that will guide you in accomplishing your number one goal and 100 days with daily tasks nightly recap 10day sprints in quarterly reviews you'll knock over thou won big domino by day 100 in begin a chain reaction of awesome to learn more visit the freedomjournalcomchris are you ready to rock the lightning round was was holding you back from becoming an entrepreneur.

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"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"daily journal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

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