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Will Collagen Break Your Fast?
"We have a question from daniele in the subject is collagen slash vitamins. She says when breaking a nineteen to twenty hour fast. Can i start with my collagen supplement which is powder and water and gummy vitamins. Please don't judge a grown woman taking gummy vitamins. Laugh emoji no judging so great question. Daniela the very short and simple answers. Yes the longer answer is. It's a good thing to clarify. I think collagen is something people especially people. That are new to fasting. Think that it might be something that they can take while fasting especially because it's often quote prescribed to take the way she's taking it like in water. Collagen is definitely. Something is not fasting friendly. It's a protein amino acid. It's going to definitely definitely break your fast. Yep people like to start at coffee. i don't know why Started that diddy I think way back in the day. 'cause i remember reading him writing about it. He was saying for women in particular. It was a good thing. Well i don't know it's like wasser by wanting to put this in their coffee. The good thing about college in those. It's very nourishing to your gut. So it's actually a really wonderful time to take it right when you're breaking your fast. Like danielle is and then same to take the vitamin. I'm not a huge fan of multivitamins. In general i think it's better to target specific nutrients there's so much complexities to vitamins. That it's hard to find a vitamin that you know is actually doing what you wanted to be
Miami-Dade Announces "New American Task Force"
"Dade has a new office. Helped Venezuelan supply for temporary protected status. Mayor Daniela Levin Cava announcing the Miami Dade New American task force till those eligible for TPS prepare their applications for citizenship. So we're going to through this effort, guide our immigrant residents along their path to citizenship and assist them to become fully integrated. She says. The 1.3 million immigrants living in the county should feel just as welcome as everyone else. She created the office after President Biden announced he's extending TPS to 320,000 Venezuelans living in the U. Wes Wendi Grossman. Miami
Who does Daniel Hemric credit for his success?
"The final lap with kerry murphy is on daniel. Hamrick is knocking on the door of a win. There's no doubt about it. This past weekend he led the most laps at seventy four but he came in second his eleventh time coming up one spot short of the win in that series in his career and he credits his pit crew for running strong. The picker team is unbelievable. Never career cannot get real with more outfits. Obviously we had our issues last week and then that was. Ob turn into the box lead from the. I made the phone call immediately after the rays last week win over while they're ready they were show up to work. They did that. I stop athlete in the lead seconds. Multiple continent should only. They put me on spot race. It's a different feeling prompted a race coming up here wrote kind of group behind you start from the top rider but they've rogers This group have been together now for for while. Those boys came on sundays and obviously chris gave him and he told me was that day without a doubt the bigger on pit road. There's no doubt mine on the side you know have them have my back rotate up. Daniela sitting in second place. In the series point standings twenty one points back of the leader and defending champion austin syndrich dot com.
The Road To Bankruptcy
"After closing her spot in march. Daniela stromberg went looking for help anywhere she could find it. She applied for one of the ppp loans from the government and she was approved but those loans helped businesses cover payroll and yellow. Didn't just have payroll to worry about ci also had to pay rent around twenty eight thousand dollars a month. I'm day spa. i'm utterly vulnerable. So how would i then pay the full rent. Daniela turned to the one person who could really help her solve her rent. Problem her landlord. She needed to things from him. I need an exit strategy. I wanted to be able to give him three months. No this should this not be working. I needed reduced rent based on my ability to do business so the reduced rent was tied into my reduced revenues. The negotiation with her landlord was not easy. Daniela says they went back and forth for months. Then in july danielle caught a break governor. Andrew cuomo announced that new york city would enter phase three of reopening which meant that personal care services nail salons tattoo parlors and spas could reopen. Our phones. Were ringing from the day. The city said go It was amazing. Then yellow was thrilled. She was finally able to bring back some of her staff and she got to work. On new safety. Protocols daily temperature checks goggles masks and face shields she invested in a new air filtration system and uv sanitizing lights domi- was open for business. We were the neighborhood spa and we had been there for eighteen years. We have real relationships with our clients and most of my team had been with me more than fifteen years so people were happy. We were open again. Demise was completely booked to try to accommodate as many customers as possible. Danielle and her staff started coming early staying late but the numbers just weren't adding up. Danielle could only open to of her seven treatment rooms because of social distancing and she could only offer her low dollar services guess like massages so a one hour massage cost around one hundred and fifty bucks not bad for daniele but also that wasn't anywhere close to as profitable as a facial official might bring in three hundred fifty dollars for that same. Our only problem was facials. Were still prohibited by the state. So even after reopening daniels revenues were down seventy percent from the previous year and then in september danielle received a final offer from her landlord. It was two months of half-off rent. And if she wanted an additional month at fifty percent off she would have to sign five. More years onto her lease daniele was stunned. She was dealing with so much uncertainty. She had no idea where things would be in two months. She felt like there was no way she could sign this lease. What is two months. Mean what what's the relevance of that. What did he think was happening in two months. Like that's just magic thinking like it meant nothing. This was spit. daniele was at the end her rope. She told her landlord she would be out by the end of the month and then she called each of her thirty four employees. I said i am. This is really hard. I'm very sorry. I feel a win and i didn't wanna let anybody down but i lost my fight with the landlord and we're ending services on the fifteenth daniela's spa is one of more than one hundred thousand small businesses estimated to have closed this year when a business closes. It's still on the hook for the money. It owes some business owners like daniela file for bankruptcy as a way to deal with their outstanding debts. Kate waldoch is an economist who specializes in corporate bankruptcy. She says when a business closes it sets off a chain of reactions. That ripples through the economy. I the business owner stops paying their landlord. The landlord is making any money. And chances are in since we're still in the middle of the pandemic. It's really bad right now. They probably can't lease that. Space to a new tenant probably sitting empty and so all of a sudden the landlord can't make mortgage payments so the bank and then the bank is in trouble. Says kate because it was counting on money coming in from the small business and from the landlord and when businesses in landlords that means that that's money that the bank was expecting to make that it's not making so the value of the bank goes down and the cash that it was hoping to take in and then relent to another business or another landlord or another homeowner. Can't relent that money. Kate says the result is that there's less credit to help. Businesses grow in the future. She worries all of these. Recent bankruptcies will result in a serious recession. The likes of which we haven't yet begun to see when the virus is finally under control and businesses can start reopening again get says it will take a lot of cash to jump start the economy and she's worried that the banks just will not have that cash to lend or even if they do that they'll be skittish about lending it of course the government may step in here and flood the economy with stimulus. Kate says that could help. In fact right now. Congress is debating just how much support to give small businesses in. Its next relief plan but for daniela. Stromberg it's just too late. All i needed was read relief. That's it so. I mean this never had to happen. That's it. i never had to happen.
"daniela" Discussed on How I Built This
"Hey welcome back to how. I built this resilience edition and i'm talking with danielle corrientes ceo and co founder of real when real initially launched. It was a free service but danielle family fielding lots of questions from skeptical customers about how. The company made money when we started the product. We were free product. And the reason. I'm bringing this up because i think price and psychologists fascinating and company people would call us emails by. Are you free. where are you free. Where's the gods. nbc's minute. Tom ridge on a lady. Ura what are you doing. And so ma'am i go. Founder sat down Spending a lot of time responding to people and explaining how we make money and doug indoor investors. They were locate. Why don't you charge. These is not what we want for our product so we actually let's ab testy and we did. And we saw higher conversion when we started charging a fee for use the platform which was fascinating though we started charging a fee at us a platform so higher conversion saul hired trust which makes perfect sense because we live in the era of airbnb. Door that ryan on people use the surveys fee. So right now we're growing the ab deaths in removing that fee again because we want to add value for customers over time. And that's something that goes against the believe that we have as a company. We believe that they should be a free product for customers. But it definitely has everything while building i company. It's been a learning curve right. How does real make money. What's your revenue model. Yes we weren't couple of different ways so we monetize obviously on the money that we're holding on behalf of the users right and then we also wanted dies arner shapes with retailers because driving traffic doors their website right driving conversion and so we get paid for that daniela. Let's talk about two thousand and twenty this year's been unlike any year in living memory obviously for some sectors it's been really challenging incredibly challenging the restaurant industry and travel and leisure.
"daniela" Discussed on How I Built This
"Hey everyone welcome to how. I built this resilience edition from npr on. These episodes were hearing from entrepreneurs and business leaders about how they've been building resilience into their businesses during this very challenging year. And today we're gonna hear from danielle corrientes ceo and co founder of real. It's a digital platform. The makes saving money easier and helps. People make big purchases like furniture or electron or clothing without taking on credit card debt. Think of this as a society. We've been told that shopping is fine right giving your stress you shop when you find your job saving. It's gary right savings. it's people to have money. We haven't been dawn to see the potential of brown cashflows. People are driven by emotion. Right you are nine. We like to relieve. They were rushing beans but when he comes numbers. I love the musicians that we may come from. Unemotional plays and actually were a real came to live. Where using that behavior knowledge to bring unexperienced of savings as relatable or people. So it's a savings platform. But can you explain how it works. Yeah of course. So let's say you want and you microphone this mike for his amazing this one. Not so much great. You know you want on your microphone. And that he's three hundred dollars rising. Come door website and we go. You would find dollars today. You can have adding beast amount of time a new play with it. Connect your bank account and we automatically start. We'll be money from your bank account doors goal. Ask your saving or sending your load of reinforcement. We go you guy. You are amazing. Your grade you're going to achieve your goals without going into that you can share it with your friends. You can boost that if said bill on the microphone. You once you complete sailing. All you have to do is come from your tubing address and we play the order on your behalf. So there's a full circle from the moment that you want in your microphone to the moment that you're interview in your microphone and you guys partner with some big name. Brands businesses like bloomingdale's and some others <hes>. And is that how it works. You basically go on your website and you identify products on the website that you need or maybe you don't need but you just want and that's that's what you start to save towards so you can come into website and start saving for whatever you want and that's actually connected with the twenty twenty story that i'm sure we'll get too soon. We also aggregate inventory from thousands of stores so we serve us in aggregate are where we you know scrape their web and present it would civilities of items based on what you have like before and we are starting to direct partnerships with retailers. We bought the point of urges instead of putting something on a wishlist and not taking action. I do actually start saving or things as their shopping. How did you come up with the idea. It was born of personal fascination. wait consumer finance. I was the first one family to move to the states. I moved here for college. And you know the early two thousands if you had a bowl you guard and that was the way they was right. We know any better. I go on my credit card was thousand builder guard i loved. I thought it wants two thousand or reacher. I imagine i mean even sponsored. A child right. I thought i had so much money that i went to uni dot com and sponsor a child for eighteen dollars on. I was just like i. I got two thousand dollar limit. And i had no idea what he was right and then really quickly understood what the high interest that had men i. What did he do. Bay laid became fascinated with financial psychology. Why humans we make decisions that we make because we associate happiness. We'd have started on lifestyle on behalf of lifestyle is gonna win one dollars. Assassination that it had for years. But i didn't do anything that on deal in a couple of years ago and that came out of jews working in advertising in new york act breath that was now go founder was working on and we were chatting one day and he told me. Hey do you actually know. That millennials <unk>. Credit card and obviously these days sporting years after michael thousand builder. The ask and i'm like wait. Hold on what what happened. What happened in these years. That i haven't been paying attention to consumer finance and i put out a survey monkey and <hes>. Sent questions as a marketer. I'm curious i would venture now starting accompanied with the intention of understanding the market. And you know what really fascinating answers about people telling me look. I don't know how to say. I want to say but it seems to complicate it. It seems to stressful would be years of selling products to consumers worn on retail. I i started really inking about. How can we connect these feeling like seidman with
Interview With Daniela Corrente of Reel
"Hey everyone welcome to how. I built this resilience edition from npr on. These episodes were hearing from entrepreneurs and business leaders about how they've been building resilience into their businesses during this very challenging year. And today we're gonna hear from danielle corrientes ceo and co founder of real. It's a digital platform. The makes saving money easier and helps. People make big purchases like furniture or electron or clothing without taking on credit card debt. Think of this as a society. We've been told that shopping is fine right giving your stress you shop when you find your job saving. It's gary right savings. it's people to have money. We haven't been dawn to see the potential of brown cashflows. People are driven by emotion. Right you are nine. We like to relieve. They were rushing beans but when he comes numbers. I love the musicians that we may come from. Unemotional plays and actually were a real came to live. Where using that behavior knowledge to bring unexperienced of savings as relatable or people. So it's a savings platform. But can you explain how it works. Yeah of course. So let's say you want and you microphone this mike for his amazing this one. Not so much great. You know you want on your microphone. And that he's three hundred dollars rising. Come door website and we go. You would find dollars today. You can have adding beast amount of time a new play with it. Connect your bank account and we automatically start. We'll be money from your bank account doors goal. Ask your saving or sending your load of reinforcement. We go you guy. You are amazing. Your grade you're going to achieve your goals without going into that you can share it with your friends. You can boost that if said bill on the microphone. You once you complete sailing. All you have to do is come from your tubing address and we play the order on your behalf. So there's a full circle from the moment that you want in your microphone to the moment that you're interview in your microphone and you guys partner with some big name. Brands businesses like bloomingdale's and some others And is that how it works. You basically go on your website and you identify products on the website that you need or maybe you don't need but you just want and that's that's what you start to save towards so you can come into website and start saving for whatever you want and that's actually connected with the twenty twenty story that i'm sure we'll get too soon. We also aggregate inventory from thousands of stores so we serve us in aggregate are where we you know scrape their web and present it would civilities of items based on what you have like before and we are starting to direct partnerships with retailers. We bought the point of urges instead of putting something on a wishlist and not taking action. I do actually start saving or things as their shopping. How did you come up with the idea. It was born of personal fascination. wait consumer finance. I was the first one family to move to the states. I moved here for college. And you know the early two thousands if you had a bowl you guard and that was the way they was right. We know any better. I go on my credit card was thousand builder guard i loved. I thought it wants two thousand or reacher. I imagine i mean even sponsored. A child right. I thought i had so much money that i went to uni dot com and sponsor a child for eighteen dollars on. I was just like i. I got two thousand dollar limit. And i had no idea what he was right and then really quickly understood what the high interest that had men i. What did he do. Bay laid became fascinated with financial psychology. Why humans we make decisions that we make because we associate happiness. We'd have started on lifestyle on behalf of lifestyle is gonna win one dollars. Assassination that it had for years. But i didn't do anything that on deal in a couple of years ago and that came out of jews working in advertising in new york act breath that was now go founder was working on and we were chatting one day and he told me. Hey do you actually know. That millennials Credit card and obviously these days sporting years after michael thousand builder. The ask and i'm like wait. Hold on what what happened. What happened in these years. That i haven't been paying attention to consumer finance and i put out a survey monkey and Sent questions as a marketer. I'm curious i would venture now starting accompanied with the intention of understanding the market. And you know what really fascinating answers about people telling me look. I don't know how to say. I want to say but it seems to complicate it. It seems to stressful would be years of selling products to consumers worn on retail. I i started really inking about. How can we connect these feeling like seidman with
Could a Silicon Valley startup make geothermal heating cool?
"All this week. We're talking about how technology can help us. Adapt to climate change for our series. How we survive more. People are trying to figure out how to be energy independent to avoid unexpected power. Shut offs and use greener energy for some. It's as easy as drilling a hole. Geothermal energy systems let people heat and cool their homes using energy from the earth. The technology has been around for decades. It's incredibly efficient but fewer than one percent of homes in the us. Use it now. One startup wants to do for geothermal heating what tesla did for the electric car make it cool marketplace tech producers. Stephanie hughes has more when you're used to digging for gold and alaska it's a change in mindset to start working in suburban backyards us is all residential. We're used to virgin ground up in the middle of a swamp in the middle of nowhere that's daniel more. He and his brother zachary are professional drillers now. They installed geothermal heat pumps a lot. More careful and aware of our surroundings versus up there we could just run over the it was no obstructions out there. We were told in your way. Dr wright brothers are in pelham new york installing at geothermal system for the startup daniela energy. The company was born at ex. Google secretive incubation lab daniel off as its own company and is now trying to make it easier for homeowners to install these systems even if the backyard is tiny and the house is a century old that appealed to mike bio stein. Who bought his house last year when we moved in there with no insulation in the house like period. It was basically living in kind of a nice looking tent by elstein insulated and he also wanted to replace the oil burning furnace with more resilient heating system. His local utility offers incentives to homeowners. Who went to install geothermal which uses the earth deep underneath the house as a kind of battery. Thomas cronje leads operations. Dan dylan eucalyptus consistent fifty five degrees fahrenheit. Swell can in the winter. Use that to transfer heat from the ground to our loops and using our homes. Those lips are made of plastic tubes which daniel and installs by drilling down hundreds of feet. Water flows through the tube absorbs energy from the ground and transfers it to a heat pump which then causes it to heat or call the house. Getting that system in place is expensive on average twenty thousand dollars. Dan gives homeowners the option to finance that and they've installed hundreds of system so far kathy hanoun is the president and founder of dandelions the market size could not be bigger because every single building pretty much in the world heats in cool so that's one of the purposes of buildings starbucks was interested in getting dandelions systems into some of its stores and ambulant does want to expand commercial buildings eventually but noone says it's a lot easier to get one or two homeowners on board then everyone involved in a commercial real estate deal marketplace tech producer stephanie hughes
"daniela" Discussed on Your Life Program
"Ian all the time But but i think being aware that what it's it's a real honor it's a real honor to be there in. These moments is something that that i do. Try to keep with me with air. you know. sometimes you're tired but but you try to remember it. Yeah you do and your book is a wonderful account of your stories with that. How can everyone reach out to you or get your book done yellow so that they can experience You know a little bit of the life that is medicine in the life that of how you save people and in your heart. I truly enjoyed your book. And i thank you so much for being on the show. How can we quick. I have a minute left to reach out to you and and and for people to really understand how great medicine really can be an awful at the same time but in in its place of where it's necessary for us in our lives. Well thank you very much. You can reach out to me on. Twitter daniela llamas. Md Order my book you can stop coming out on amazon and you can find me on the internet and my writing and You know hopefully can give you an idea of of things that i'm thinking about so thank you so much for interest. I'm so happy have had you on the show. And i'm so Excited to share this book with others. Who can really benefit from the knowledge that you've shared in here because we really understand all the stuff that goes on in the medicine. It's a huge appreciation moment. And i wanna thank you for bringing that to my attention because i i did not really value it as much as i do now and that was a gift i received from reading your book..
NBA Mock Draft 3.0
"And we are back talking two thousand twenty mock draft three point o our last mock draft of the year. It's draft day draft morning. What better to unwrap and a mock draft on draft morning. it's the second round. Now now's the time to confess. I'm really terrible at projecting second rounds like you know my hit rate and some drafts has been like one two three picks in the second round. It's it's so hard to keep track of the first round the wheels to sort of come off and these picks happened like every two minutes. I it's hard to really keep track. I did my best. I project where. I think particular players can go. You definitely don't really get deep into this when you're talking the nba scouts in executives about what they're going to do in the second round. They're still trying to figure out the first round as well. So i've tried to find some fits there so this is reported more chad ford speculation. Here about what's happening. The second round starts with the dallas mavericks this pick via the warriors taking malachi. Flynn the san diego state. Junior point guard One of the guys that frankly could go ten spots higher in the draft. I actually really love malachi flynn. There's kind of a lot of point guards kind of later in the first round which may push him out a little bit. But i actually think he's the guy who could step in play right away. I would actually love him in dallas. I think that'd be great. Pick for dallas at thirty one at thirty two. The charlotte hornets are on the board. They're getting this pick via the cavs. Paul read the sophomore forward center out of depaul. Have them going thirty two. This is john. Hollinger's been super high on all year. I think he's another guy who can guard positions on the floor. I really like him. Actually think he brings some stuff offensively as well. I personally like him. Better than precious. I'm right now. Could turn out to be a terrible take. But it's kind of what i think and i definitely think he could be an excellent fit. I'm in charlotte. Especially if they end up with lamelo ball and they're gonna need to add a defensive big man. As part of that package at thirty-three the minnesota timberwolves around the board. This'll be the third pick because they have to. First round picks. Tillman the junior power forward at michigan state. Everybody loves this kid. He's he's one of these guys like high floor. Low ceiling. just does his work every day. Great rebound or plays hard. I'm ken defend going. Bring be a great locker room guy is gonna find some rotation that somewhere I like him in minnesota on a team. That is trying to go forward. I think he actually adds a bit of a veteran presence to the locker room. At thirty four the philadelphia seventy sixers are on the clock. That get this. Pick via the hawks. Isaiah joe the arkansas shooting guard who is one of the best shooters in this draft. Crazy range. High volume of three point shots philadelphia. Always in need shooters. When you're going to be playing. Ben simmons on this team he certainly constructs the floor. And i'd like isaiah joe there them at thirty five the sacramento kings Via the pistons. Dan dotson to kansas sophomore guard. Who is one of the quickest players in the draft. He's an elite score excels off the getting to the basket not a great shooter a bit undersized for his position not really a point guard that's why he slides a few spots higher but could be instant offense off the bench for sacrimento at thirty five at thirty six the philadelphia seventy sixers back on the clock this time via that pick from the mix jordan aura the louisville junior who also is one of the better shooters in this draft. He has good size vers position. Good length i'm not sure exactly what else he brings to the table besides shooting but again i'm just loading philly up i with shooters at the moment at thirty seven. The washington wizards are on the board. They get this pick via the chicago. Bulls tyler bay the junior ford out of colorado who is one of the best athletes in the strath super explosive. Really hard worker on the defensive end still just kinda coming along on the offensive. And then i think that's been a concern. He's he's one of those guys that might be a little bit of a twitter. Not sure exactly what position he plays in the pros that causes him to slide. A few picks in this draft think this is still really value. and by the way when. We're talking about a lot of these guys dotson. Tillman for example malachi flan. These guys could all end up in the first round as well. Just have them the second thirty eight new york knicks via the hornets janis ramsey. The texas tech freshman guard again volume score can shoot it a little bit We're just loading the knicks up now with backward guys that can score the basketball. I'm not sure who's going to defend in new york. But he's an intriguing prospect. He's only nineteen years old. And i certainly there's upside there with the thirtieth pick in the draft at thirty nine the new orleans. Pelicans selecting this pick for the wizards. Daniela touro the minnesota sophomore center. Who had a really really strong summer season one of the more improved players in the country very skilled at big man. I'm great size. Adding just bore skill in size to this pelicans roster i'm at the moment If you remember earlier jalen smith. I'm selected at thirteen at forty. The grizzlies are on the board. This pick via the silence. This is the first pick that the grizzlies have been able to make in the twenty twenty. Nba draft a doco as a bouquet. The kansas center. Big guy seven. Seven wingspan seven footer. Really good athlete actually just dominant player in the pain. Terrible free throw. Shooter doesn't really do anything facing the basket. But when you have that size and length and athleticism. I think you get something done in. The and kind of reminds me deondraye jordan. A little bit and a little bit surprised. He doesn't go higher. I get there seems to be a penalty on the big minner plane or pain. Right now in the draft at forty one san antonio spurs back on the on the board yama dr the israeli guard nineteen year old for hop. Well tel-aviv and you know. He's such an intriguing prospect because he plays his butt off. His incredible energy is just making a difference when he's out there but he's not really a point guard. He's kind of more of a two guard in a point guards body. He's not like a great shooter. I'm athletically he's actually not bad at all but that lack of a jump shot kinda undersized i position that makes him more of a second round prospect at he absolutely wants to leave israel and come to the nba. And if it's the g. league next year and so he could be an interesting prospect for san antonio developed down the road
"daniela" Discussed on Prescribing Truth
"Some background could not bring myself to deal square on what happening fleece item e If there was a lesson to learn if there was something out while you to take from me it will be. Don't be like me. I don't suffer in silence. Get access to the help that you need So many of us you know. Think that We data perpetrate this image of perfection. I know i did this. Image of strength is image of. I've got an altogether but the truth is nobody. Has it altogether. That's the big. Secret of us are struggling and trying and and calling at trying to be something else when we really ought to be trying to. Just be at home in our cells. And that's really the journey that i'm on right now. It is disa- philosophy for you you know And that's also a problem. Okay so yes. No one's perfect right in is funny how we all. We all come to this realization. That no one's perfect when we're caught in a sin when we're just like down in the dumps realize done some jacked up stuff and then we say no one's perfect and his like you know you've known no one's perfect last time you told someone else did not perfect. You know what. I'm saying that we all know perfect. You know we stayed at every time is to plumber like man. I wound fall into a rut. And when we've when we sinned against god will we send in general when we've When we've broken out of a broken. The expectations of people would have kids. Maybe late we always say. No one's perfect is if it's a new thing to realize that we all know was perfect. Anybody who says perfect is lying to themselves and to you. The only one who's perfect is jesus. Christ he's all he's only man whose what does earth who's been perfect. The only one i s own acidic. Everybody else is not perfect. We all have flaws. We all have faults but the point our flight as the point. I just saying how we need to be at home in ourselves. No no no no. No no no. The mentioned this in this is why this idea philosophy doesn't work imagine a pedophile. He's not perfect right. And i always have you know maybe was prescribed. Daniela time sometimes. I like to use extremes to get down to brass tacks. You know saying site use extreme so and you probably say low pitiful. Woo extreme. But it's on purpose because whatever works for the extreme will also work for the non extreme and vice versa are whatever is true for the extremist is true for non extreme so you've got a pedophile who he. He's not perfect right. He has a flaw. That's a flaw. His desire is flawed right. But shall we do. We want him to be at home with himself. A net in that desire in those flaws. No no no no. We don't want him to be at home with himself and what he likes. Desires are in his flaws. We don't want that that needs to change to ding is how we get. Change is not through anything that we can see here. You know everything we go to doesn't work. The only one who des change us is our hearts change. Desires is jesus christ. He's the only one by by. God's grace.
The New Season of Shark Tank
"Well, mark with the economic downturn. It seems like shark, tank is more relevant than ever. Do you feel that way? Also I love the show. I appreciate that yeah, absolutely. I mean look there are so many small businesses going through hardship. There's so many people who've been laid off from their jobs and trying to determine should they start their own small business and the answer is yes and Shark tank a good job of educating people and getting people to understand what entrepreneurship is all about, and you know one of my favorite sayings is one thing that separates the American the United States. Of America, from every other country in the world is our sense of entrepreneurship entrepreneurial spirit and that's a quote from that Joe Biden gave me at one of his events and I. It's so true and it's even more important today. That's who we are as a country. We are a country of entrepreneurs and Shar taken spires people young old in the middle to go out and starts company start companies and I'm so proud to be part of it. I love the show to mark any of you would be a better president than trump but tell us is there are there any special guests on this upcoming season? Oh Yeah we've got Daniela Bet ski who started kind bar. We have Blake Majkowski who started Tom Shoes. We have Kendra Scott of her namesake country company Kendra Scott. We have Alex Alex a Rod I mean we got a great crew of special guests and I got to tell you the deals are incredible. I did more deals this season than any other year before. And the entrepreneurs were intense. You saw one clip Alan tents that was, but they also had to quarantine. So by the time they got on, there were ready to go and you know. It was just so much at stake. We knew that we were studying the example for America to really get people excited about starting companies because honest guy honestly guys I think what we look back in twenty years at this pandemic twenty twenty won't find out that some kids from who knows where started amazing companies that have become world class companies, and if we can inspire those kids to go out and do that I, mean who wouldn't want to be part of that and seizing twelve is all about that.
"daniela" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The best podcast calling one channel all free by downloading that I had radio right now. Way, found a physicist and a cartoonist and brought them together to discuss some simple but profound questions that people have been wondering about for thousands of years. But no one understood. Daniela Jorge answered them in a fun jargon. Freeway. This is Daniel and Jorge, explain the universe. Alexa. What's the best science podcast on air air? You trying to replace me with Alexis? What's going on here? Do you think you're irreplaceable? There's no way artificial intelligence could ever make jokes and nearly as funny as I think there's no way in artificial intelligence would laugh at your jokes. I'm pretty sure I could program a pretty dumb computer laugh track that. Hey, that's any challenge for for a I, You know, First chess. Then go now. Science comedy now program, something that can find humor in Daniel's Randall. I am Jorge and un Daniel. This is our podcast. Daniel and Jorge explain the universe in which we try to download everything we know about the universe episode by episode into your brain, whether you're a real person or an artificial intelligence, listening.
"daniela" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"When this thing shows up. Now that's that's part. One part two is this disease also is a little tricky and you mentioned why it it we don't know the number yet, but it's forty to seventy percent of people who have the disease are a symptomatic. That's a very high number. And And partout that you you. We have a real problem with testing in this country. We never we still have yet to get the test right You're not gonNA test positive at any no matter how good your test is for two days, and then you potentially knocking to test positive for up to fourteen days more likely five to seven days so I could have the disease. I can be a symptomatic for fourteen days worst case scenario and I, keep spreading it for probably twelve of those fourteen days. So for all these sports that have daily testing someone could in theory, go get it and for that I however many days they could not test positive but still be spreading it. Yes. But if you start the clock two weeks before and you keep up with it and you and you maintain a bubble, then you should be fine. Right? Right. Just the one sport with the bubble then so they're find. Doing. Daniela. It's not directly linear to your question, but we are we do feel better about transmission outside. Right? It doesn't seem to transmit as well at all outside right. So when you were talking back in March, one of the things you talked about the linear progression of threat and why it's difficult to remain concerned and vigilant and. Take the same precautions months later even if you are continuing to stay educated about the risks and you understand that two hundred thousand plus have died, you talk about what our brains are doing there because it is sort of like. A version or or a something around the fighter flight like you can only flight for so long. Now. You know what I think. One thing that we were talking about early on was. When I see the Sabertooth Tiger coming across the plains towards me and my family. Hundred and thirty thousand years ago and I get my spirit. I can watch tiger progress to me literally. When and I can see it at a mile on a ridge line and he'd be like not so bad half mile here comes through and get ready quarter-mile hundred yards guys get ready repub growing up you know. When it's out there I don't have to freak out about it..
Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at US Supreme Court
"Ruth Bader Ginsburg is lying in repose at the Supreme Court from member station W. AM You Daniela Chazz, Low reports, Mourners felt a personal connection. Mourners poured in from across the country 21 year old college student Riley Busby says she traveled three hours from Williamsburg, Virginia, to walk past Ginsberg's casket. Then, Busby said across the street from the high court for hours, even though it's cut in Sicily. It feels like what I leave. She's gone and we've lost her. When it was spend as much time as I can write here with one of my heroes. Many of those who came to remember the late justice were masks bearing pictures of Ginsberg's face, and some carried flowers and posters that justice will lie in repose again Thursday at the court, and on Friday, she will be the first woman to lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. For NPR News. I'm Daniella Chess Bow in Washington Kentucky
Unlock Your Untapped Human Potential By Changing How You Breathe With Dan Brule
"Our guest today is the one and only Dan Brulee Denver is a modern day teacher healer and world renowned pioneer in the art and science of breath work. He is one of the creators of breath therapy and he was among the original group of internationally certified rebours. He's a master of Yoga and she gone Janis, medical breathing exercises, and he leaves the worldwide spiritual breathing movement, the coaches trains, and certifies professional Brett workers, and since nineteen seventy, he has traveled to sixty seven countries and a strained more than two hundred and fifty thousand people to use the a bread and breathing for personal growth, professional development, peak performance, self healing, and spiritual awakening, and by the way. Tony Robbins wrote a forward for Danville is books. So you can imagine the die of content, the type of information and wisdom that we're going to get in today's episode, and by the way in case you didn't know this is the third appearance of Dan. Daniela on our forecast and the last time we connected was some wouldn't thousand and eighteen sedan super excited to have you on our show. How's it going? Wow. Wonderful. As I said, if things are going any better I'd have to be twins. Almost feel a little bit guilty during the shut down during this corona craziness Farrah's it's been just it's amazing unplanned unexpected opportunity to to really pause to really stop to dig in and it's resulted in a lot of creative juices flowing and guy been busier than ever. And meanwhile, so many people in the world are really suffering and really struggling and so my heart goes out to people So you know what we we do, what we can we make the best of every situation and sometimes something that we think is something really negative turns out to be a blessing, the gift, and this that that's what's happening for us loosen our corner of the world's around this whole crazy shutdown thing. Absolutely I think it's been hard time for a lot of people around the world especially in terms of divisiveness, your people, both sides, and there's a lot of. Anxiety stress as well. But I think your services and your support are even more needed right now as you very. Profoundly, teach people how to breathe correctly and properly and well. So I think it's a very opportune moment validity to. For this interview I was hoping to start from very beginning. Maybe tell us where did you grow up and what was life as a kid for? Well, you know I was the kid who in the school yard was organizing all the breath holding competitions. You know I can remember we we play with hyperventilating and then like squeezy. Almost pass out and you know just. Playing with the plane with the graph I since I was raised in new Bedford Massachusetts Which is where Moby Dick you know there's a whaling capital of the world. Catholic school who? factory Industry Town Garment Factory Textile Mills the cushion it river was right next to. US some very old American Indian tradition in that part of the world. And So the energy is really beautiful in the forest and long the ocean there. but yeah I. turned onto the breath as a little Catholic boy in kindergarten hearing about how God breathed into the nostrils of man the breath of life and man became a living soul and I don't know it just hearing that as a little Feiger kid. I Dunno lit something in me and And just been a missionary for the breath ever since and every job I've ever had and. has kept taking me back to the breath in one way or another until it's the only thing I've really done now for the last forty years is is been a missionary for the breath. So and it's you know forty fifty years ago I felt like a voice crying out in the desert. Breathing what's that breathing a? and. So now it's great that the science is caught up and can now we have understanding on my some of the ancient yoga practices and guys practices and why they work and and what's what's involved in them and So I love that science and spirit meet and the breath is is exactly a perfect place or science and spirituality could meet.
Levine Cava and Bovo Advance to Runoff in Miami-Dade Mayor's Race
"Her county commission see to run for Miami Dade Mayor Daniela Levin. QA vous facing off against Steve Bobo in November's general election. And it's turning the top two spots in yesterday's primary, each receiving just under 30% of the vote. Third place Alex Penelas, former mayor of Miami, savior sores came in forth with under 11%.
Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America
"Hey everyone. This show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. This game is still working from home for the time being because of Kobe Ninety today, Clare, Babbit. No fonteneau joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the CEO of feeding America. The nation's largest domestic hunger relief organization feeding America provides more than four billion meals to more than forty million people across the country Clare Thank you so much for joining us today. Welcome to skin from the couch what thank you so much for having me. We are. You've a fascinating stories. WE'RE GONNA get into it, but I gotta ask you what we ask all guests on the show skim, your resume for us. So I have a high school in my. To griped way Harrington graduate from high school. So everything I'm going to say a list of I. So I have an undergraduate degree I've that an limb in accession I'm a lawyer by training I worked in government in big for accounting in a major law firm or one that would be Walmart in northwest Arkansas and it's now Mike to be the CEO of feeding America as you just mentioned. something that we can't Google about you. that. Had My druthers by real fantasy would've been to sing background vocals for Luther Vandross. Do. You have a good voice. No. Not, really though my kids I think they seem like it but they not. So. We're GONNA talk about how you grew up and when we usually talk about people's professional story you know obviously, we're all shaped by how he grew up in our family dynamic and you know only children verses having siblings versus just different family structures, Daniela each have one sibling, and we talk a lot about that dynamic. You have more than one sibling and I would love for you. To to share a little bit worried about that. Boy Do I. Have More than one of laying. In fact unusually, ladies will use this to warm up audience what speech I'll ask them. To sue you have they never guessed one hundred and seven dams I. Say that one more time one, hundred and seven I thought it was a Typo as we were doing prep for this one, hundred seven. So your listeners will quickly say biology must not be the only thing involved fares. At birth adoption, Bostick theorem one of one hundred kids and I love that you early on asked that question because I do think it informs everything that matters about me was shaped by that fats. That is a lot of people and I cannot imagine saying that amount. If you bar blood in my family, let alone my siblings, I really want to understand. Like what that dynamic, wise and like your parents sound like extraordinary people that were able to give to so many individuals to really provide a home for so many children I mean literally just walk us through the very tactical how many people lived in the house like how many of your siblings names do you now? Okay I'm sure I, know all by siblings. Can and it's probably the reason that I remember he'll stories more than their names now because I used of all capacity. Sensitive, it's all that I've ever known. So my parents learned of two little kids neighboring town who were suffering for mcglasson abuse. My Dad was at work in bag. My mom was working from home and she got him in the Aren Ima. Ronald. So I'd never known anything this. It's through the ice of brands that I came to realize how bizarre was. So there were never more than sixteen Abbas several living at home at the same time but there were many times when there were six of us living at home at the same and what was something really unique about our family. Of course, the numbers are big but the other thing is that I love the way you talk about family because I. I've always had a sense of what it means to be family. That feel a little different than maybe some of the conventional thoughts around what it means to be family. So family for us in order mentally we were not biologically connected. So that's not what brother or sister in our household I had a lot more brothers and sisters I have a lot more. Than I have sisters. I was rough and tumble with my brothers and my sisters we engage the Lai in activities together. And often they were outside.
What Scientists Uncovered About Earthquakes Using AI
"We're used to hearing about earthquakes in California the big ones, but we're not so used to hearing about the small ones. Turns out. There are a lot of them. Can we like California? For example for four years, Colella has experienced. A flurry of small earthquakes called a swarm just outside one of California's Mueller fault zones. But why is it happening? And why did it last so long seismologists using artificial intelligence to try and answer. Some of these questions are reporter. Daniela finance has been looking into this. This and she joins us now to explain Danielle thanks so much for being here closer to here. Thank you all right. Tell us about these swarm earthquakes, swarms of earthquakes. What does that actually entail? Yes, the to understand the an earthquake storm? We have to just go back to the earthquakes that we're used to right so in California in Mexico There's a lot of. Happening where you have to big tectonic plates that slipped past each other and the energy that that releases we feel as an earthquake, and so you have this one big earthquake called the main shock, and then maybe a couple of aftershocks afterwards, and then that dies off a time however. Earthquake swarms are a lot more mysterious and allusive and an enigmatic. They can happen without humans. Because earthquakes those shifts are so tiny, and so it takes special kinds of methods to detect them and understand when they're happening. Where and why, and so in this particular study that we covered this week you have the seismologists in California who were alerted to a possibility of a swarm by people who lived in the vicinity, and who wanted to know. Why are these earthquakes happening? And how long might they might be last, and so they took an artificial intelligence system that basically scanned a lot of recordings of course of years. Years to understand what was what was happening, and so the that they used scans, these recordings that look almost like sound waves, and they try to pinpoint the location and the time to get a sense of what's happening underground. I guess the reason we're always so concerned about big earthquakes is because they have big impacts on people. What kind of impacts to these swarms have? That is a good question and something that seismologist are still trying to figure out one of the outstanding questions when it comes to earthquake, science is. What triggers what triggers them? We typically think again of the two big plates slipping past each other, but the smallest. I talked to said that you know that is correct, but it's also an simplification. There's a lot of different things happening underground that we are just don't see because we don't have the instrumentation, and so for example in this particular swarm. What seemed to be happening? Is that at the base of much smaller fault? There was this break the seal broke and you had this fluid. They don't know what it is whether it's. Or Gas and that slips into cracks in the Rock in the surrounding, and so that act like a lubricant that makes it easier for these much smaller slabs of rock, much smaller than the tectonic plates to slip past each other, and whenever that happens, you have an earthquake if the that shifted that breakup is is small than you have a small earthquake larger that slip is the larger the magnitude, and so there's hundreds of these happening underground. We don't feel these scientists. Using the AI were able to pinpoint more than twenty two thousand now most them again didn't cause any damage because they. Weren't even felt, but the biggest one that they recorded was a four point four, which doesn't typically cause damage, but you could definitely feel that. Is this technology and the way that they're now able to analyze? These worms can help them have a better understanding of kind of the overall earthquake landscape. Yeah, one of the things that one of the seismologist I spoke to said is that. Anytime you can pinpoint what triggers what starting point for an earthquake is in this case again it was that fluid being able to see the rock. You get a better understanding of the very dynamic processes that are happening underground that trigger, shaking or movement or quakes, and so even though I each fault system is different, the techniques can be re purposed to study other swarms whether they happen And under volcanoes under glaciers to understand how these minute movements might then add up and trigger. Something bigger doesn't always happen, but you know if this fluid was seeping into. A bigger fault like it is conceivable that that could also affect. The propensity of a that fault the bigger fall to slip, and so by looking at these smaller earthquakes can get clues as to the mechanisms that might also play into the bigger ones that actually do cause damage
"daniela" Discussed on Allegedly NYC
"Silver me was like a dream. Do make hard to be an artist and in this country the situation about transgender community was very difficult. It is now in this in this moment. That is a little bit more easy now. We have firstly totally now. We have a law and that law support us in some point. You know we now you can change your name and your your your your sex in in your in your if you want. I remember will not return to Chile after receiving the Oscar for the film. And you were on television sort of saying I take a powerful moment lake to come back from. I think he said something like I came back to my country and I can't even have my own. Id Proper Yeah but that's changed now. You've been a huge part of that. Impacting that culture with him. Yeah when you were making the films did you. Were you aware that you're making something super special out? What was it like during the The creation did you feel like this is something this is something I mean. Every single every single character is a new world a new life to live an anew body butter. You know so some very special when you when you're that you are living you are you're in something. Maybe another people live before you know what I mean. I mean I'm a transgender woman. Public transgender woman. I feel very lucky because I you know and for some transgender people especially women. They are locked in in the more society. So something very complicated chilling Latin America. You know yeah I remember we. We were saying and everything. That's what a lot of my girls. Were chance experience that like now that we're all locked down. It's not new for us. Our lives of always felt sort of locked down felt alson world. We've always actually. Yeah we're sort of. I feel like we have been a little bit more emotionally prepared for a situation like this. You said about the film The film wants to question where you stand in society. How do you think the film affected society especially in Chile? I think when you as an artist I think when you when you create something thinking about the result. It's a mistake you know. I think when you when you create something you're taking about to the the job I mean to to create this the entertain your trading with quality. Then after you can you can you can paying about how to communicate to the people and they see your work bad if you're for or to win something it's not the current wait for me now. When when I when I was shooting the movie I was very I was very like my compromise was to do exactly what they want about me about my might might capacities as an actress. So I was very involved in the quality of of the the acting of Gore's an end and learning of course because big design. Mom I am not a professional actress. You know I've never go to the university so Made by myself but when you build your career with your own capacity is a little bit little bit there because the tools that you have are a little bit. That's you know so you have to learn how to catch more tolls and if you're you're you're you can catch tools in play. You know what I mean how. How did your life experiences and stories help with your with your character? You know like you know. The director could go so far. You know knowing you know the Trans Experience. Life did you. Did you have to have a lot of input with your relationships and homeland in the beginning of the beginning of the story? I was just a consultant. Ecole Turtle Consultant Okay but dentists. He realized that maybe I was to act to perform Bakara actor so he offered to me too to the character and now I think I think the ready to explore this new Disney world. I mean when when that when I when I knew about these exposed you know because I was I was I was in the theater singing the OPETA or comes most movies like short movies. Whatever that this was the first ige dob in my life with reporting actors too so for me like I did learn. I'll I'm always.
Our Company Has Problems
"Back. In two thousand fourteen I laid out the premise of what I was doing. I was trying to start a business while simultaneously telling the story of starting a business in a podcast and it was going to focus on all the little details onto what kinds of shoes I was. GonNa wear to my first ever investor meeting my wife. Nazanin House need didn't like the shoes I'd chosen. They're fine. They're just there'd be a higher chance that he's GonNa give you money if you're not wearing running shoes dining that's through these he's meal issues that I can wear that my feet don't hurt. I ended up wearing those durkee shoes to the pitch was not successful not surprisingly and I kept recording recorded difficult Goshi with my co-founder tense confrontations with my wife other pitches to investors. I thought I was making a six to eight episode mini series but it turned out. I was launching. I showed that would continue for many years and we document all kinds of milestones in the history of this new company that I was making for example recorded the moment I partnered partner with my co founder Matt so the final thing to discuss which we had put on the agenda for last time style up our conversation of where we see this relationship going yeah checking in on a recorded choosing a name for the company Gimblett what sure easy to spell like madmen sexy. I'm okay documented undocumented the moment my wife Nazanin in the beginning worked as a TV producer eventually joined me in Matt to help run GIMBLETT. We're going to work together. Look look at US going a New York living the dream. Yeah Okay it's S. and over time the PODCAST. I'd accidentally started did branched out into new territory. We hired a new host from Gimblett media startup. I'm Lisa Chow any big success requires looking failure in the and Lisa started following other founders launching their own companies to women who rushed a dating APP several friends from college who actually meaning to started the billion dollar streaming company company twitch and most recently she told the story of Eva Moskowitz the controversial founder of Success Academy one of the fastest growing education startups in the world and we continue to follow it what was going on here. Gimblett the growth of our company from our first few employees through our twentieth or fiftieth and eventually our hundredth we documented our attempts to increase diversity diversity to decrease burnout and manage the chaos that inevitably comes with running a fast growing startup and here. I am now five years after that. I started episode dropped to document a bold new chapter and give them a history spotify. I'm a big user. Dave big user no call we are as well this is footage from the CNBC program squawk on the street dip so that aired February sixth twenty one thousand nine hundred the host. Jim Cramer and David Faber are about to welcome guest to the program this morning and this is big special exclusive interview from quite excited about this spotify scope boundaries Daniel Daniel. I've got an issue right right up front broadcast. I understand they are red hot and what we want is agriculture. I didn't think that a music company would do it but I do think that an audio audio company would do it and that's what this is about as an yeah. It's it's really about expanding our mission from just being about music to being about all audio and being being the world's leading audio platform and the thing that they're talking about here. The reason Daniela showed up at squawk on the street to talk to Jim Cramer and David Faber is because of an announcement inch that had just come out that morning spotify was acquiring to podcast companies hundreds of millions of dollars podcasting technology company called anchor at podcasting content company based in Brooklyn called Gimblett in this season of start up the final season and we're going to wrap up the story that we started over five years ago and I can't imagine a better final chapter than the one. We're about to tell you for the next several episodes. We're GONNA share with you. What an acquisition looks like from the inside and the first season I learned that starting a company is a very emotional experience what I didn't know then is that selling one that's pretty emotional and just a quick warning here at the top there is some swearing in this episode through down the left hand side his revenue split out by show or property so that so just the B. B. Through this tape from a meeting in late March of two thousand eighteen almost a full year before spotify's announcement on NBC that they had acquired Gimblett back back during this meeting the idea that a year from now we'll be selling our company is really hard to imagine row forty. One is the prophet line. The voice you hear is Jim Grau our VP of finance he's walking a few of us on the company's leadership team me not seen and Matt through the numbers for the year and the numbers they're not great what burn rate projected burn rate for the air. Yes if you will to burn rate in other words how much more we spending than we were making alter now. Spending more than we made was always part of the plan. That's what most startups do early on and just nine months earlier. We had reached a big round of funding fifteen million dollars. The the plan was to invest a lot of that into making more shows hiring more people. We wanted that big chunk of money to last for a while two and a half years meaning. We wanted to burn about about six million a year but this meaning. Jim is telling us that right now and early two thousand eighteen. It's looking like we're going to burn a lot more than that. So something like probably ten million eleven million million. A month is probably a where we're headed towards. If we don't uh change some things in other words we keep going the way we're going by the end of the year almost that entire investment we just got James. We'll be gone and that's because a lot of the things we assumed would happen. Didn't we assumed audiences would grow but instead they plateaued are launches had not done as well as they had in the past and some of our biggest shows with the largest audiences still weren't making money because we couldn't sell ads on them shows like science versus. The last season was very sold out this. This season is not super sold so what's wins empty spots how threat in terms of how many sponsor consoled a what's the percentage. What's the what's the sell through rates over ten percent fifteen percent ten percents old. That's a little bit. That's counting the next season to probably like twenty twenty to twenty five percents old. Why is it that that it cabinet bed bad because if we can't make money on our biggest shows what does that mean for the rest of the company because the fact is Gimblett specialty specialty up until this point our business model basically had been to make kind of podcast costs a lot of money. I kinda requires big reporting trips large teams of four or five five producers and editors and engineers. The kind of show had a proven track record for example this American Life Cereal Radio Lab. They're all that kind of podcast and that Kinda show for the first couple couple of years Gimblett. It worked for us but at the time of this meeting for years into the company there was another kind of show that was getting more and more popular a kind of show that wasn't what we specialized. Stan shows like pod save America and my favorite murder the DAX shepard podcast these shows rely on a charismatic oast connecting with fans and they're much cheaper it to produce and the audiences for these shows are huge way bigger than the audience for any Gimblett podcast these shows we never mentioned them by name during this this meetings but they lurk behind everywhere the conversation because of what their success seems to suggest for US business that maybe we are spending a lot of money making in something that people don't want anymore to me in particular. That was a scary thought if if it ends up being that we can't make there's no business camel to support like good programming. That fucking sucks yeah. We're in this world that prioritizes like cheap you know cheap mass market and and like we definitely need to start doing that but I like that sucks having to make the different kinds of show that was scary to me that it wasn't as scary to Matt to Matt was scary was me and my resistance to change. It seemed to ignore the basic math that a show made by just a producer and a charismatic host. The comes out frequently finds a big audience that show will be more profitable than anything we were making right then. The thing that keeps me up at night is like we're super fucked if we don't have a much lower cost per episode model of production and right now. We don't have that we we don't know how to do it. There's a large chunk of organization has to reinvent the way it does what it does if we just continue on our current pace. I don't think there are things that are going to improve like I don't don't think all of a sudden audiences have just start growing and like we'll get better but we can make decisions to improve revenue. Yeah yeah absolutely yeah but I don't want Asli. This is a conversation about cost as well as you when when I listened back to this tape now all I hear is everything that is not being said the tension between me and Matt this just sitting beneath the surface tension over the fundamental question of what kinds of shows Gimblett should make and what kinds of shows we shouldn't. This new financial pressure was facing it put that tension front and center are started producers Chris. Mary Molly Mystic Interviewed Matin me separately about this time and how things felt between us. Tell me about your relationship with Alex last spring spring two thousand eighteen. Here's a low point. I guess the Metaphor I wanNA use as like a romantic relationship. Last last spring was the real time where it was like. We've been married for like seven years. We have kids we have a mortgage and and and we are fighting and I don't think we ever said the word divorce.
VP Mike Pence backs inquiries into Biden, defends President Trump over Ukraine controversy
"Vice president Mike pence is wading into the controversy that has sparked an impeachment inquiry and we are trying to or Daniela's reports pence's defending president trump for asking Ukraine to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and a son hunter the vice president is sticking up for president trump is pressuring Washington mounts over his request that the Ukraine government investigate a potential twenty twenty rival speaking in Arizona Penn said one of the main reasons he and trump were elected was to quote drain the swamp I think the American people have a right to know.
Second Israeli Election Shows No Clear Winner
"Results for the country's country's second election in six months which took place yesterday so far show no signs of a clear winner current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yeah who off the Lakers policians rival Ben Against of the century St- blue and white opposition party look to be neck and neck according to polls yesterday day Daniel Appellate join us to tell us where all this might be going. She's back today to continue to try and help us work. That's out one facing seems clear. It'll be going slowly so Daniele. What's the latest well the latest is that the the way the votes of lander is not that dissimilar to what happened in April once again? It seems that Abdul Lieberman will once again be the kingmaker in April he refuse to sit in government unless the ultra Orthodox were forced to serve in the army this perennial one of the perennial themes of Israeli politics takes and it looks like I think he has nine seats right now. It looks like he will be in a similar position. Logically you might look at the the way the numbers rack up because of cushion Israel doesn't matter who wins who becomes the largest party at Hugh can form a coalition you would think that Likud and the blue white posse could it's with another couple of centuries. Even Center left Parties Form Coalition. That seems very unlikely. I don't see Netanyahu agreeing to serve in a government l. From last he's prime minister similar leap any counts once the the top job but just how the numbers will work. How is really anybody's guess housing -nificant is this election results for the Middle East more widely what you think so well I guess it depends and how it turns out? I mean at the moment we have a stalemate clearly. If the coalition building process were to be a bit more radical and involve the Arab Israeli parties in the joint list it might look very different but there seems to be very little chance chance of that so one assumes that the coalition building process will be more or less business as usual we have a very similar story in Spain of course and it seems we get into this endless cycle of elections that are unable to break the empath Daniela. What does Benjamin Netanyahu's position look no? Let's remember that he called a snap election in April because he failed to form a coalition. What do you think he's thinking now? He's gamble did not pay off and various various tactics used to try and ensure that he would get a larger part of the vote for instances usual warnings about Arabs turning out now and the falsifying elections actually leads much higher our turnout in these elections rather desperate measures by saying that he was going to declare sovereignty over the settlements in the settlement blocks that in particular eight were either and his his colleagues in in Likud. I'm sure now a scenting weakness and thinking. How can we get rid of him? I'm actually play a part in in the next government but I think it raises a very good point which I think says quite low about the state of Israeli Moxie the moment we have the third largest party in the Knesset the the joint list the party or coalition which represents the political interest of a full twenty percent of the population and it's absolutely I quote absurd for Israeli politicians to think of forming a coalition elation ahead of the elections. Everyone ruled out. We've seen as loveable so that really says something about where we are in terms of representative democracy and the other thing that we can notice how where Israeli democracy has gone for the last ten fifteen years ten fifteen years ago I've seen and and what he described as far right his politics were seen as slightly outside the consensus and really extreme now is the centrist of the center on again the the guy who's going to be making the decisions and the election so the results will be will be clear hopefully later today. What what do you think about this final question for for you? Are we going to see another election anytime soon. Well it's very likely the next one what they won't be for before January or February and the joke going around. I'll say issue is really social. Media is that you know you get the day off the election in Israel and it's not gonna be beach weather. I think people are upset about that. Can I just add one thing I mean the shadow of US politics hangs very heavy over Israeli politics and clearly as long as donald trump is in the White House it's very difficult to see a big change there but of course there is an election in the US in just over a year towing worthy Democrats to win it with the progressive candidate. I think is really politics might start to look quite different degree Daniela well. I mean I think we we we look at Israel Palestine in exactly those terms from the occupation Palestinian dependence the problem is the incentive is internal Israeli politics. It really doesn't feature anymore. The majority of Israelis from right to left center Zantac think the occupation as a necessary eat rosary evil perhaps can be made a little bit better but do not see a solution with the sovereign in Palestine as the angle well. Let's continue now to the
John Paul Stevens, NPR And Franco discussed on Press Play with Madeleine Brand
"President trump is paying his respects too late justice John Paul Stevens who died last week NPR's Franco or Daniela's reports this wasn't on trump's official itinerary president trump and the First Lady made a surprise trip to the Supreme Court to pay their respects to the late justice who is lying in repose at the center of the great hall Stephen serve nearly thirty five years on the High Court he was a leading liberal voice on the court until he retired in two thousand ten at the age of ninety Chief Justice John Roberts escorted the president and the First Lady into the hall where justice Stevens coffin was draped with an American flag the president and the First Lady walked hand in hand to the coffin where they bowed their heads in silence they then stopped in front of the late justices portrait they did not share any public remarks Franco or down yes NPR news
A New Hope: Seal Learns To Sing Star Wars Theme
"With the news is as distressing as it sometimes is we may all need a story like this next one the story of a singing seal n._p._r.'s danielle chesler reports on the training methods of the seal which could someday help humans this is the sound of a computer playing the star wars theme And a great feel named zone. nailed it researcher amanda stands very train zola and two other grey seal pups for a year what's new about this research is we taught the seals how to imitate new sounds stands berry says i she recorded the seals making their natural sounds and played those sounds back to the seals the seals learned that hey if i make the same noise back i'm going to get a fish next stands very played those same sounds at higher frequencies and eventually she strung a few of those notes together the first time that you hear them actually like imitate something recognizable back it just blows you away the other two seals managed to copy vowels zola moved on to twinkle twinkle little star Are. mark hamill who played luke skywalker tweeted the study writing another royalty for john williams stands berry offered the composer of the star wars theme an unusual pay off the seals might be able to share some of their fish while they're out there back in the wild that's about the only royalties that we're gonna have for john williams stands berry is now a supervisor at the zoo in texas she says other animals like birds and dolphins can also learn sounds but seals are unique because they have vocal cords that might bring a new hope to human speech therapy daniela tesla n._p._r.
"daniela" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast
"I'll go to the bathroom because you know, I just make sometimes sometimes I just literally pass right up. Sometimes I go to the bathroom wants more because you know, the water I took with the supplements at that time, you know, half hour. So sometimes sixty minutes later is kinda ready to get out of my system. I like to just get it out of my system one more time, and you know, so I don't have to wake up during my sleep because that sucks I hate doing that. And actually, I don't I don't do that anymore because I do this most of the time. So I don't die. Sometimes I go over and just go to the bathroom once more take a piss come back and by the time. I let time a comeback. I'm literally knocked out within like seconds of hitting the pillow, and it's incredible. So that's step. Number seven have a winding down routine. You don't have to copy my exact routine, but something similar to that where you're just shutting off all I mentioned this before. And I wanted to to bring it up again later in the so I'll bring it up now, which is the the. Activation of blue lights in your room shut down and actually WI FIS well and any EMS ahead. What the hell is his name Daniel Daniela bomb ahead. Daniel the bond on the show a few months back. He talked about the incredible. Incredible effects of shutting off EMS in your room electromagnetic fields in your room, and the profound effects that he's witnessed himself firsthand with sleep in and people that works within himself and his family just by getting EMS out of your room. Same thing with blue lights all blue lights. You should totally get out of your room. Just completely get rid of them. When you go into sleep when you're in this winding down routine. You don't want that stimulation to your brain. You don't want your you're excited. Tori. No transmitters going off you want your melatonin. You're relaxing months. The Gabba the glides seen the the melatonin won't all those things going off in your brain.
"daniela" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I'm Daniela Berson topping our report this hour three days before they were supposed to marry a Jersey City. Couple has died in a crash in Pennsylvania, Catherine shirts and Joseph Kearney were actually on their way to their reception hall in Pittsburgh when their car was rear ended by a tractor trailer shirts was the daughter of former fan would councilwoman Karen shirts employees of the wanna cue center for nursing and rehabilitation in Haskell say they've successfully quarantine dozens of patients who've contracted the identify risks. Since September, the facility has seen thirty four cases of the disease with eleven fatalities. Some blame the spread on a lack of clothing cleanliness at the facility. A just released. Third way report finds fifty eight percent of jobs in the garden. State are either hardship or living wage, which means workers are struggling just to make ends meet brokers. Economist James Hughes says the information technology dependent economy has dispersed routine, white collar jobs, and that's both international and just simply elimination of jobs. He adds another reason why many new Jerseyans are struggling to keep their heads. Above water is the high cost of living, which includes high tolls and sky high property taxes, the lawyer for the woman accused in a gofundme donation scheme says Kate McClure has broken up with her now ex marked Meco, and that d'amico had been manipulating her throughout the ordeal. Mclaren d'amico originally set up a gofundme page for homeless veteran Johnny bobbett, but all three allegedly planned to cash in on it. Now, they're all charged with fraud over the past eight years. A disabled jersey shore Vietnam veteran has been able to relieve some of the stress with time in the water and by organizing other recreational sports events for. Fellow vets. Michael ritchie. Started a nonprofit called operation beachhead to anyone with disabilities. Everywhere. People would met children and all year long. The goal of operation beachhead is to provide year round sports activities for veterans active duty troops and individuals with special needs. It took nearly a day for firefighters into caucus to rescue a small dog who got trapped in a pipe while chasing a rabbit. The doctrine named Kelly was trapped so late in the day, Saturday better rescuers determined it was too dark to get out immediately. She was pulled out safely on Sunday is it about to get a lot colder outside the complete New Jersey. One of one point five forecast is coming up, New Jersey fast traffic in one minute. New Jersey one point five if you love football yelling at television screens with friends and wearing.
"daniela" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"Brazil causa vogue and glamour Monaco's veteran. And August check I met Daniela in her office in the heart of some Paulo Daniele began by talking about the history of vote. Brazil the Brazilian very old magazine. People don't know don't realize that so much it has forty three years in Brazil. It was one of the first votes outside Europe. And the US, of course, when I joined in two thousand and five it was very well-known magazine considered luxury magazine, but he didn't talk to women really. And it was. Funny because it was mostly directed by men, the editor-in-chief was amend the other actor was AMAN the fashion editor was man. So it was very quality magazine. But it was not hard for women. So I think they interesting what I could brought when I first arrived was the sense of news or what's harder you formation that. It's needed for women without losing all the glamour and that vote had. So I think my first years invoked challenge was to make it news were-they. So he's not only a very pretty magazine, wiz, incredible fashion and models. But it also had something that women would use daily lives trends or how to wear trends in your daily life. All the news in beauty bed really thinking of focus on how..
"daniela" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I'm Daniela Berson. Topping our report this hour at least six children at a nursing facility have died from a virus that would be considered minor in a healthy person. Governor Murphy says the state is helping the one center for nursing and rehabilitation fight an outbreak of a dentist office. The respiratory illness is especially dangerous to children with compromised immune systems, a lawyer who fatally shot the mother of his child is still on the run for Montclair. Police on Monday night, authorities found forty four year old Angela Bledsoe dying of gunshot wounds at her home fifty five year old James raid. The third is believed responsible for her death. And we have a picture of him on nj one five dot com. Since the beginning of the year jerseys medical marijuana program has been expanded significantly state health Commissioner Dr Sharieff alcohol says the number of patients enrolled in the program has doubled from seventeen to thirty four thousand that really reflects a lot of hard work from the program it getting more and really beating up to bed. He points out medical marijuana can now be prescribed for chronic pain, anxiety and migraine headaches. And as the program keeps expanding it's expected to help address the state's opioid abuse epidemic. Frustrated, nj transit riders say didn't expect the sudden closure of track five at Newark Penn station yesterday rail writers were packed into the track three and four platform without much warning. And those rails are already used by Amtrak. NJIT executive director Kevin Corbett says the work on track five was expedited, and it'll reopen November fifteenth the Atlantic City police department says it has been getting ready in recent years for the upsurge in economic activity that included the opening of two new casinos. This past summer deputy police chief James Sarko says we really tried to invest heavily in technology to make us a little bit more efficient and more effective..
"daniela" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I'm Daniela Berson topping our report this hour at Tuesday's release of the audit of nj transit. Governor Murphy signaled that a fare increase could be needed next summer. Senate minority leader Tom Cain, junior says the focus needs to be on the interests of commuters property tax payers and businesses. And that there is a lot of government that can be looked at. I was people in New Jersey much less than the legislature. You're getting a hundred cents value out of every dollar then you can start on by their appearance. Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez ca Chetty said the possibility of a fare hike has not yet been studied. And that nj transit is primarily focused for the next three months. I'm getting the positive train control safety system installed by the federal deadline. The National Hurricane Center says hurricane Michael has lost some power, but it's still whipping the borders of Florida Georgia and Alabama with one hundred twenty five mile per hour winds and coastal flooding. Michael is the strongest storm to ever hit the area, and it was nearly a category. Five when it moved between, Cuba and the Gulf Coast Middlesex County, prosecutors say vice principal at New Brunswick high school was fatally struck by drag racers on Saturday night. Forty nine year old Tyrone Harrison was crossing Stilton road in Piscataway when he was hit by two thousand three Honda Accord, the driver possibly part of the seventy eight imports car club fled the scene calls to the national sexual assault hotline and county based rape crisis centers have spiked in jersey in light of the recent allegations against the US supreme court Justice, Brad Kavanagh, there is hope. In the fact that the conversations are occurring and that the prevalence is being better suited. But Patricia Kevin Hart with the New Jersey coalition against sexual assault says there's increasing concern about advocates capacity to meet the growing demand for services the Mt. Holly branch of New Jersey's motor vehicle vehicle commission is closing on October seventeenth the closure was rumored for about four years. And officials say there haven't been any complaints about it. The new branch into Lanka was just twenty minutes away. Former Mets and Phillies star Lenny Dykstra faces drug charges following a fight. With an Uber driver in may police caught Dykstra with cocaine and meth after he threatened to kill Uber driver in the middle of a ride one hurricane. Michael's rains, reaching us. The complete New Jersey. One of one point five forecast is coming up, New Jersey fast traffic in one minute..
"daniela" Discussed on KSRO
"Daniela zero I wanted to touch on the whole? Thing is it am I? Getting that right, Momo, Emo Emo, yeah it's a it's a agent for demon Momo Magui. I would never I would never even dream calling. Something like that it's, terrifying to, me I'll admit but what I believe is this and and I actually have a lot of I won't take. Too much time I promise I'll get to. My point quick I have a lot of Backup on this but, it would, take you know me referring people do a lot of different links and a lot of different research that I've. Done and personal experiences I've had over my. Life but I believe that Satan himself which. Is the bitter root is making a final push to take the lives as early, on as he possibly, can before they have a chance to have an encounter with Christ I also believe that demons absolutely hate us and the bottom line there is that they, wish they were us So. You think so okay so you do you think though your time about Satan hates says demons hate, us would you even entertain the possibility that something demonic could get into the algorithms and take them over to allow for children to do this to commit. Suicide or to kill themselves kill, others yes I believe that if. We as human beings, can invent such a such a thing as, a I I think we're getting, back to like basically like the the tower of God. Himself had to, come down, and scattered the languages before because he said himself if we let them keep going nothing will be withheld from them I believe that Mike Elon Musk said we will woken a. Demon and if they can possess bodies then. They can possess algorithms they can possess a manipulate so real quick I believe they want to be us because. Jesus in cells Came to this earth as a man he came as a man and brought himself. A little bit, lower than the angels, is what scripture says and it says after he rose. Against we are now a little bit higher. Than the angels we, have an opportunity. Now that they don't they'll never have again they blown it and so what they're doing is they're making a final push because I believe we're, in the last, days and they're making a final push key. Try to undercut try to take every single. They possibly can I believe that there is a. Literal hell I believe that it is both spiritual and physical I believe that, hell as it is is at the center of the earth. I believe abandons or literally a place far away, from earth I believe, like when you, look at the. Sky, you're talking and? Djelic you look? Honors. You're talking demonic well what are you what are you okay so. You realize now, we have heaven earth and we have cyberspace we have another The, reality that we've created, that we looked, down into okay. So, yeah this is? Something that we? Are. The gods of we're the gods of the matrix that has created. This world this The reality so we, were the puppets where the God of we are the. Gods, of augmented, reality so whatever we do with that augmented reality. Can come back and bite us so what dwells and augmented. Reality More to the point that we are ceding and that. Is biting us the mechanical hand The the nanakuli manipulated, mechanical and, possibly so do you think the trans humanism is our one way ticket to I guess hell Oh I think that. It, is, I don't know about that but I think it's absolutely demonic I think. It's man's, attempt to obtain eternity without. Jesus well look you're not going to get eternity if you're not going to be human I mean. Everything's replaced by a machine you're dead unless they find a way to, take the, soul Wants to, find a way to mesh. With machine I think man will find a way to download Or I'm sorry I think. That the future on the depicted that I'm just talking about what terse while says about the singularity. I think that soon they'll be able to take whatever it. Is the essence of what you are the little A binary numbers that. Can be downloaded into a box or into. An avatar and they can actually transfer whatever. It is that is that was you on a very very I guess you'd say quantum level put it into. Another body or put into another avatar there we have a machine with your personnel all we are is vessels Well yeah what we are in being physically we are we. Are a code we, are the shell that holds together the quantum data that is who we are and, that quantum David expelled from the body goes into other dimensions haven't held for. Those of you that are wanted simple but it's like it'll go into several dimensions it'll go and find a place to roost, again at arrest again and when it does then we have another reality to deal with the, realities are piled on each other like loaves of bread and each one is similar with. A slightly tweet difference so Trey Smith is. I've heard the name yet Well okay so you. You've taken interest in the whole book of knock And like I've always had an interest in that yes okay. Well he is, big on that and he's got a video on you. He actually he he has DVD's, but he's got a video on YouTube we've got a number of them but he's got a video on YouTube in particular that woman takes you all the way from the dawn of man to. Where, we..
"daniela" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Daniela russo basically learns a lifetime of karate and about a month frank about the right time maybe a little bit longer than that they had to be one or two montages eighties montages stretch that out and what it goes to okinawa and then he'd beats the guy who's literally karate like he's not even just learned like best is karate if you're going to spend this time breaking down the line the beauty of all this logic you know all that is is that people are still talking about yeah that's fine but also just that you know i think it's more than excuse in the fact that you know obviously meow character is he's a master any has heart the human yoda and a human iota daniel has heart needs from jersey and he's got you know like he's got a he's got a chip on his shoulder yeah he's got a little he's got a little back and listen daniel russo had no business winning anything and i think at that time that's part of the charm of of aspirational wish fulfillment for anyone who saw that movie i could be that he was the kid next door right so but as daniel rosas adult as you know gets a little bit off the track a little bit you know overconfident and his feistiness and his temper that he had even as a teenager you know comes to the surface and then the cobra kai show and it adds to to you know we talk about that allegiance he's not always you know as as warm and fuzzy as you might have thought he'd been and a needs to.
"daniela" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"How did you go about achieving that and guessing the audience on side you're smiling is so hard to to answer bad it's not like you hop like formula it's a mix of the writing and the direct team and the acting and if not only the writing of the film i think it's when you get this kind of connection and identification with the character of aberfan effing because obviously the film has these universal themes of love and grief but it was also he's also very much about what it is like to be a transgender woman in chile initially the actress daniela wars helping you with the research and then you suddenly went hang on a minute this is perhaps our our marina yes when we were doing the research we will get to know linnea and she was like amazing she was an actress which is very hard to find like transgender actress but the same time she had his political point of view she had opinions about why people eats aggressive for transgender people and and she say things that we never heard before for example we asked her did you heart surgery like you change your sex as you say you don't ask that is very rude to ask that person and we were so in a way we're embarrassed but at the same time we were pleased that she had disposition like because she say that's a private thing you don't have the right to ask that you write great female characters so the protagonist in chlorine and obviously inefficient woman i understand that you have just made your direct to'real debut.
"daniela" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Daniela daniela hello there danielle again yellow are you calling for the coachella dan yellow vans merit i heard that you know you gotta come down here you've got these pairs is sold out coachella tickets you know and what passes we got and we ask you to come down dressed as your favorite coachella artists you come down to the neighborhood who you dress all right now now when you walk in we'll be able to look at you danielle and say that's cardi b oh don't worry about it dino y as you just got to come in and be cardi b already saw what was going to make you pull off his cardi b look are you tattooed up right now but you know i like all righty so you're dance you gotta make sure that you grab one of them like little furry things for you minko you gotta give me give me that if you can't do that i don't know already say it again would you say all right i'm putting on hold right now.
"daniela" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Daniela's in dallas daniel welcome to after hours how are you i am a democrat clint gala and to hear my coworker the of winning the world on conclusion they're just an offensive juggernaut that put a ninepoint are quite against the giants just gonna put it to you again denver uh what you're hearing for are we are my coworker he would say travel romo factual until romeo retired and though he's just okay i was all the time fanfare landry days so to talk him up well i mean 40 points right i should encourage him to bet that and he might might have a rude awakening 'cause the wall the denver defense certainly there secondary's a little more susceptible because of their defections make tj ward they cut it's not quite the same secondary they liked their young guys that there is a learning curve there but that right right that front seven still with vaughan miller spearheading the charge i mean they're just they're still have really good defense derek wolf in there too i would say in denver as well it's much more difficult to move the ball they're i i don't know who's going to win i think the cowboys do a fantastic job of ball control except that plays right into the the broncos hands because they their strongest unit is in fact their defense was the key further the broncos this together offense on the field and keep their offense on the field and try to expose the weaknesses of the dallas defense because as well as they will fly to the ball they do that's a trademark of a of a run marinella defense the fact is that they they don't have a ton of skill they're missing a lotta starters they're missing a lot of guys that they would prefer to have out there to start the season and so it it's a bow the broncos controlling the ball as opposed to the cowboys controlling the ball which would mean running the ball and i mean that the the.