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Fresh update on "dawn" discussed on Lori and Julia
"Alexis. Patrick Duffy wants to be another king of the Hallmark Christmas movies. And he said, there's just a appeal because love always wins at the end, and he likes that he was in a debut over the weekend called once upon a main street. Who did you watch? I almost Oh, my goodness. Holy Oh, my God. I almost said that I almost said the worst cuss word that you can say I almost said blank. No, Alexis, but Oh, Jason. Oh, my goodness. Oh, I'm sweating. Just thinking about what I almost just said. Dawn's not paying attention so nobody would hit the butt. You go. Wow. Jason. Working blue. No, Jason and Alexis, Listen, life or podcast it any time at my talk 171 dot com or on the might talk app. Jason and Alexis Show podcast is presented by the Free House. It's Jace for neutral source. Pet foods. There are so many reasons why I am so proud to represent them First, when I feed neutral source to Mr Big and Dexter. I know I'm giving them the best the best ingredients the best food, and I also know that I am supporting a great Minnesota business. That's right. Neutral sources based right here in Perm Innis OTA. And Right now, we should all be doing our part to help a Minnesota company. This a really easy thing to do to make. The switch to neutral source, and I also love the fact that there's so many varieties no matter what your dog or cat loves neutral source has a variety for them turkey and rice, beef and rice, lamb and rice, trout and rice, chicken rice, You name it, They have it, and I also love that They are always updating things, including their look. There's a fresh new look coming to all.
Trump campaign lawyer calls for fired DHS election security official to be 'shot'
"Lawyer calls for christopher krebs execution. Joe digenova a lawyer working. Mr trump's election campaign was quoted on monday. Saying former cyber security official. Chris krebs should be executed. Mr krebs was fired from the trump administration in mid-november after releasing the statement that the two thousand and twenty election had been the most secure in american history. Mr digenova stated on a radio interview. That mr krebs was a quote class a moron. He should be drawn and quartered taken out at dawn and shot end quote. Mr genova is active. In the trump campaign's current strategy of planning to dispute the election at the supreme court level
Fresh update on "dawn" discussed on The John Phillips Show
"Oh, say, can you see by the Dawn's early lie? What So proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming, whose broad strives and bright stars through the payroll is five. Or the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming on the Rockets red glare. The bombs bursting in air gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. Oh, say does that Star Spangled Banner yet Wave land of the free On the whole of the brain. How about that? Parrot heads?.
The people behind tonight's 60 Minutes
"Listen to what. Chris griggs said on sixty minutes last night. There's no foreign power that is flipping votes. There's no domestic actor flipping votes. I'd better right. We did it right. This was a secure election tonight. Joe digenova who used to be in the nineteen ninety a reasonably respected washington lawyer has collapsed into the point of an i mean mentally collapsed to the point where he said tonight that chris krebs who we just saw. There should be taken out at dawn and shot Now that's the kind of thing that's going to get you disbarred. Possibly in washington dc. And who knows what's gonna be left to rig juliani law license when this is over obviously calling for someone to be shot calling for violence on someone is reprehensible and the idea is that this is part of this. This is what happens when conspiracy theories get out of hand and where you have someone like the president who is has a big bully pulpit a big powerful voice as being president of the united states amplifying and spreading conspiracy theories you have people in lockstep with the president saying crazy things now of course the president is not said that christopher crabs could be shot. That's clear at least for now but what we do know. Is that the people around president. They've all been saying things they're just simply don't make sense. I mean you think about really guiliani and saying that there are dead people voting. You think about Sidney powell saying that there's some sort of venezuelan conspiracy theory and that the venezuelans are behind. Why why the government didn't wasn't able to to have an election with integrity. All of these things are false. This idea that you're calling for christopher comes to be shot is really scary but it just the tip the iceberg so many people who find themselves on the other side of president trump we we all in some ways understand that there is there violent intent behind this you think the fact that these election workers that are just simply counting the votes simply doing their jobs. They are getting death threats. They're having to hire security to to protect themselves. These scary times. And i think that the president Some of this the bucks in some ways talks with the president and his own language but of course that person saying that christopher crevice should be shot that's of course going even farther than president. Trump has gone so we'll have to just watch that space to see what actually happens in that case a on when we look at The trump sorry the biden white house staff announcement today. A jen psaki for example as white house press secretary. That just a typifies. What we're seeing in all of these choices. Joe biden's basically going to people who have already proved they can do these jobs. And many of whom have done a version of these jobs in the past and some in the campaign. And when you imagine a jen. Psaki ron white house. Press briefing room starting january twenty first That is a return to normal. That would have been forgotten If the trump presidency had continued essentially valid point in in some respects. The hiring of jen psaki and the other people on that. Communications team is so unremarkable. Because these are just sorta standard. I'll be very accomplished. In extremely capable professionals in dc on the other hand the point of we have is this current administration which has turned the briefing room into essentially a a chance to spread donald trump propaganda. That is not tethered to reality And so what we have to do. We have to adjust our expectations. I don't want to like lower. The bar too much for gen. No she can clear it but you know we need to have a return of normalcy of backs of information a big In the briefing room. Because that's not just a chance for the president to get his word out. It's a chance for the american public to understand what the machinations of government are doing and what they're taxpayer-funded representatives are doing. And i hope that you know jen appreciates that mission reinstates it and like you said it shouldn't be a remarkable higher but there is a huge task ahead of her not just in advancing clients interest in this case the president but in restoring very either of trust that i think is instrumental to the functioning democracy quickly. Before you go you'll be in that white house. Press briefing room with jen psaki. What do you anticipate Starting january twenty first in that room for why anticipate actual briefings which we have not seen regularly with the trump administration. I expect someone who's gonna come to the pulpit and the accurate and be fair Obviously offering defenses of president-elect fighting then president biden and we're going to of course have tense exchanges. Reporters are always going to be pushing wanting more information. But i think there's going be a level of respect that has not been there in the last four years both with her treating reporters in screaming at them. Criticizing them in the way that we've seen with the trump administration you michelle cinder and sam stein. Thank you very much restoring off our discussion really appreciate it. thank you both.
Fresh update on "dawn" discussed on All of It
"Standing behind a death I was so scared. My heart started beating so fast on, Dr King said, Or you divorce from Troy. Are you John Lewis and I said Dr King, I am John. Robert Louis. I gave my whole night. But he still called me the boy from Troy each time He would see me He was a high The boy from Troy did. John Lewis went on to march with Dr King and embarked on his own political journey. Though his career has involved becoming the representative for Georgia's fifth Congressional District and campaigning for progressives like Stacey Abrams, and better or rock. It also involves fighting the dismantling of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, severe voter suppression and the inauguration of who he believes is the worst president for civil rights in his lifetime. John Lewis. Good Trouble is directed by Dawn Porter..
Dolly Parton learned she funded the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine
"Since dawn was just talking about it in the dirt alert, talking about Dolly and the possibility of her posing for Playboy meaning being on the cover. Remember when I was saying how early on in the Corona virus? Ah, lot of celebrities and a lot of people were like putting money towards research. Yes, well, Dolly was one of those people She donated $1 million. And apparently that helped to fund the Moderna vaccine. Yeah, you call this the other day? I just thought well. At least they know their money is going to actually accomplishing something. And who knows without all of those donations if they wouldn't have the funding To just really, really, really work so hard and find something in less than a year. That's amazing. She was on the Today show yesterday, and she was asked about it, and I believe we have a clip. Yeah, That's what I understand. This morning. I haven't read up enough. They told me that just four went on the air. Then they may be asking me about that. So I'm just happy that anything I do can help somebody else and we're not donated the money to the covert fund. I just wanted it to do good, and evidently it is. Let's just find a cure real soon. Oh, don't you just
Fresh update on "dawn" discussed on Donna and Steve
"Ruth, Thank you so much. We appreciate that baby. Ruth. My God, That's awesome. Thank you very much. Amber, Baby Ruth Candy bars. They still exist all day. Yeah. It's been a long time since I've eaten. Wanted to see him very often. Plain wrapper just says Baby Ruth. Yeah, you don't. There's a whole another story. The art of shelf placement of candy bars, you know? Yeah, enough, any sort of food product that you see, there's a there's an internal conversation there. How about those Charleston chews Those characters? One never had a Charles. That's the moment all candy is good. I guess if you look at it that way, if I were like stuck on an island, and I hadn't had candy and 15 years, and then I saw a Charleston chew, I would have us that thing. Mm. What's that thing? Oh, Steve, what fun to be alive? Only a A. You know how every year not even every year, like every few months. There's some ridiculous thing being sold it Nords from or wherever else, whether it's like Jeans with Windows window panels in the front or a rock that has a leather belt around it For, like $700. Yes, well They struck again. You are. You were gonna Lose your You know what? When you see what they're trying to sell now and safe to say it's for the serial killer in your life who has everything? We'll tell you what it is when we come back. It's the Dawn and Steve Show on my talk. Another lorry and Julia moment herded on weekly dish about their best turkey advice was tying the legs together will keep inside moist, which is like there's jokes there. Got to be somewhere you referred. Wild Turkey Sex as Turkey. Tommen Matrix. Yeah, that's sad, because Skin on the head, basically, and somehow the oracle of love comes out of the jib lit and somehow there's sexy going on the job of the head. I can't figure it out. Members of love comes out the gym blood. That's your state Fair T shirt next to Victor. Okay,.
"dawn" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler
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Fresh update on "dawn" discussed on Jason and Alexis
"Of this is obviously the Grinch has been made into movies and animated movies and blah blah blah bah bah bah bah bah bah bah blah and Speaking of holiday movies, There is a new special on Netflix that I watched last night. That I think you guys are going to enjoy. And Lex. You will lucky because it's a spin off of that wonderful docuseries called the movies that made us that's you know, short little documentaries about well done, by the way. I hate badly done documentary, but, um, uh, Syria's on The behind the scenes antics and stories behind some of your favorite movies. Well, Netflix has done a holiday version called the Holiday Movies that made us And they they do two documentaries. I wish they would have been a few more but whatever. Uh, For this season, they did Elf the making of documentary of Will Ferrell's Elf, but the one we wants last night that will perk up Dawn McLane's ears. Yes, Tim Burton's the Nightmare before Christmas. I love it. And you will love this. It is well done. And just just like we're talking about with the Diana documentary. I love walking away finding out a lot about the subject that I didn't know before I pressed play And I thought I knew a good amount about this movie. Not only because I'm a huge Disney fan, but because I worked at a movie theater when Nightmare before Christmas was released, and I like I have the original poster and I remember the whole release and what a big deal it was supposed to be. And Then I remember how it kind of faltered at the box office and the critics didn't really understand it. But this documentary talks about that. But they also the My main takeaway. Kind of like what I asked you about the podcast. The main thing that you walk away from this documentary Learning is Tim Burton. Had very little to do with the nightmare before Christmas. Really? Um, yeah, like the actual making of a nightmare before Christmas kind of coat with the idea and said, do it. Well, yeah, The fascinating thing is, Tim Burton came up with the concept of Jack and Holli on Halloween Land and Christmas land and Way back in the early eighties, when Tim Burton was an animator at Walt Disney. And really couldn't find this place and didn't really fit into the squishy happy. He was an animator on Fox and the Hound on Dhere was, you know, befriended another kind of oddball. And Tim showed his friend of the animation studio Disney, the outline for the story at this idea of the story of Jack and Halloween land. And then they kind of crafted these characters. Well, they brought it to Disney. And at the time the managers at Disney were like no. Well, then Tim left the company and because They crafted that outline on Disney property and because he was working at Disney at the time, All of that intellectual property became Disney's So oh, Disney had the right to Jack and the whole concept of the nightmare before Christmas. Well, what you realize how happened was Tim one away the lot ball from, you know, animation went on and off all people. The person that is kind of kind of sorta kind of sort of instrumental in Tim Burton being Tim Burton. He We, Hermann. Interesting. I did not know that hole. That happened. Well, Paul Reubens, if you guys just too damn, we're talking about this great documentary series called the Holiday movies That made us focusing this episode on the nightmare before Christmas. Paul Reubens knew of Tim Burton from some work that he had done on MTV and Paul Reubens chose Tim out of everyone. To direct Pee Wee's big adventure. Wow. So Burton was the director? Yeah. So Burton worked with Pee Wee on Pee Wee's big adventure and another oddball was Danny Elfman. Who? Uh, p we liked from the angle Boingo. He was He was the lead guy in the band. Oingo Boingo. Do you remember them? Don? Yeah. Yeah s o Soapy. We picked Danny Elfman to do the score. Any picked our John Lee was the director of these big adventure. I should say I'm sorry are no, no, actually, no, it was to burn. But, um Uh, So Danny Elfman, he goes, I would like you to do the score for Pee Wee's big adventure. And Danny Elfman was like, um Um, I don't know how to do scores and and Danny Elfman's agent went girl You best learned s. So he did it, and thus his collaboration with Tim Burton started Anyway. So then Tim Burton went on to do another little movie You may have heard of called Batman. Oh, the original Know the original Batman with Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. Well, then he became the hottest director in Hollywood like giant director Edward Scissorhands anyway. Yeah, So then everyone wanted to work with him and he started shopping around. He wanted it nightmare before Christmas. Never got out of his head. So he wanted to do it again. Well, hey, went to Disney to see if he could buy the rights and Disney's like, No, we have a better idea. Make it with us. So so all they so all tempted really was give the okay. Kind of give the outline, but a whole other person directed it. Ah, whole other team made it. He was busy doing Batman returns and had very little to do with it. He would come in during, you know a couple visits toe. Vaccinate this or green like that. But it was a whole team that did that movie Now. Obviously, it all sprung from his imagination, But yeah, you walk away going. Wow. Um Tim's names on it, and it's his characters. But it's all of these wonderful oddballs, the screenwriter and Danny Elfman. It's all of these people that really truly Never get the credit but are way more responsible. For that movie than Tim. Um, Yeah, I was shot definitely watching this because I love the movies that made us the toys that made us on Netflix. All of them. Great series. And now yet definitely watching you love this interesting and dawn. You will love it because I know you're a fan of that movie and just all the things you learn about. You know, One of my favorite little anecdote is Disney only gave them $18 million to do it. But all of these people they don't they didn't know how to do a movie..
How Are Your Kids & Teens Dealing With COVID?
"How are your kids and teens faring during Cove it and what can we do to help Children and parents who are struggling? We want to talk with someone who knows And joining us now is Alex, smallest in A marriage and family therapist. Practice owner in university place. Good morning, Alex. Hi. How are you? Good. Thank you so much for joining us. So we know that this pandemic has taken such a huge toll in terms of the deaths and illnesses. We also know so many businesses and people in general are having a hard time staying afloat financially. We don't talk enough about what this pandemic is doing to our mental health in particular on Children. What are you seeing in your practice? So in my practice, I'm seeing a lot of increases in anxiety and kids well, and everyone to be honest, but in particular talking about kids and teens on increasing anxiety An increase in depression. There's been a lot more social isolation, obviously, so we're seeing the impact of that on kids and their mental health on dawn families as a whole as well. And so when you are seeing that, what kind of things can you tell your and I know you can't get too specific. But let's just talk in general. If we see what what are some of the signs first of all. That kids are struggling before they even get to, you know, not everyone can afford to have a therapist or go to a therapist or know that they're in trouble. What? What science should we be looking for in our kids? So I think that one of the things you think about is especially for younger kid of much younger kiddos is psychosomatic symptoms. Sometimes you'll see that in the form of headaches or stomachaches, also withdrawing from from typical activities. Obviously, we're not able to engage in all of our typical activities. But when you see your kid not enjoying your things that they used to enjoy that something that I've noticed a lot with kids as well. For example, a kiddo who No longer really wants to leave the house or feels anxious about pretty basic things, even just visiting the store. Those those are some of the things that I've noticed that I've seen some of the parents of my kids, but I work with notices well. One of the things that we talk about is how this pandemic is impacting people in different ways, sometimes is those who don't have the financial means and sometimes is those that do have the financial means. Talk to us about the kids that are having a hard time Is this and all over problem whether you're poor rich or anything, talk about that. Yeah, sure. So, um, so in lower FPs, the socioeconomic status families, Um, you're seeing a lot of basic needs not being met, and that's really concerning as well. Um, I mean a lot of kids on free lunch program. They're reduced breakfast programs. And so, um, School is not just being out of school is not just for academics. That's also a safe, warm place for kids to be right. To get their needs met, But even for other populations, like from the populations that I work with Kids you have educated or well resourced families. We're seeing life trajectories change in ways that are unimaginable right from strange marriages or financial struggles to even miss scholarship on differ. Teens, especially there's an increased rate of suicide, aladi and suicidal ideation as well. It's affecting kids across the board. Well, OK right now. I'm a parent at home. I have, um Ah young Child School age. Let's just say junior high who Is not able to be with their friends because of Cove it Theo. Only interaction they're having with their friends and or their teacher is through the computer on Zoom. What are some ideas that you can give us to maybe help our Children that are going through this right now, and that specific thing that are struggling, not seeing their friends. Personally. Sure. So. So this is this is more of a global trauma, right? And we know we know from the field unprecedented. We're not even familiar with the level of trauma that this has been from a global. We've had devastating wars We've had Natural disasters, But this feels like it reaches all different parts of the world, right. There's a study that came out that was from 46 different countries and all kids. They're reporting increases of Depression, anxiety and decreased well being. So then the question is is well, How do we keep those kids connected? Because we know while this pandemic is unprecedented, the research on trauma is not. We're familiar with charm, and we're familiar with what helped heal and that connection and relationships So in regards to parents. I think it's important for them to remember that that connection with their friends is paramount, especially for preteens and teenagers. S o to be able to encourage that as much as possible. I think that we're resilient of humans. I think that people forget that their kids are resilient. And so what? How do we? How do we build resilience? Well, we have to get creative right and Some of the innovative ways of connecting the technology has been really cool to see. So as a parent myself and to those who are parenting, even teens and preteens, I would say to you do your best to increase connection and relationships as much as possible. Um, you know, I've seen some really cool creative ways from doing like online together do tours because there's tons and tons of these across the country that have Webcams right now, or, you know, joining in with a family member doing free? You know, there's a freak, you know online. I've even had some of my family's was some of the preteen boys. Really enjoy doing an online game of like roadblocks or something right with their cool uncle of their fun, aunt or something, so any sort of connection like that? We know it's something that mediates trauma and the impact of trauma.
Trevor Noah and Minka Kelly are dating
"Noah's Lady friend is allegedly Minka Kelly. That's according to a listener, dawn. Thank you, Olivia. Munn. Wonderful. Sounded good to me, though. The among up too. Didn't she just get broken up? I don't know. But she's involved in population ships in the way that we could. Kelly is involved in population ships because word on the street is that Trevor Noah on Minka Kelly are totally a population ship. Yeah, True.
China launches mission to bring back material from moon
"Unmanned spacecraft is on its way to the moon. China launched before dawn today and when it gets there a little over a week a robot on board will make the first attempt since the nineteen seventies to collect lunar rocks and debris and bring them back to earth. npr's john ruiz reports the long march five rocket blasted off at four thirty. Am beijing time. If successful the mission will make china the third country ever to collect lunar material. Both the united states and the soviet union did so decades ago. But it's complex. Chinese state media. Say a lunar lander will drill into the moon to collect underground samples and scoot material from the surface with a robotic arm then an sender will blast off from the moon with the cargo and fly it to an orbiting reentry vehicle that will bring it to earth. The entire mission is scheduled to take about twenty three days. China has invested heavily in its space program and it plans to send people to the moon. Eventually
Man and woman in U-Haul lead wild wrong-way chase on US-59 into Houston
"Two people hospitalized in a wrong way crash of the Southwest Freeway this morning, Police say the man drove about 30 miles on the opposite side of highway 59 from Rosenberg in the Houston in the pre dawn hours. The chase ended after the truck wrecked out a parking lot at the 6 10 interchange. Man. The female passenger now hospitalized. No word on any charges yet?
Why Do We Hoard?
"Stephen question for you. okay. I want to know about. You're keen walk cabinet if it is still four or perhaps even overflowing and really. Why i'm asking is when you said that you keep buying box after box of kyun wa and never cooking any of it. I had to ask myself is even a hoarder so first of all i would say. I've used off on the walk purchase. Since you talk me through it since shame do about it. M i a hoarder so i would say that. I don't believe i am now or have ever been what is called the severe horror where you accumulate. So many books or newspapers or coup clocks can't make it to the front door right that you have to have a goat path through your possessions. I am certainly familiar with severe haunting. I mean i've encountered it several times in my life mostly in reporting but some personal life and i did grow up in a home where we saved anything. That could possibly be reused. But i think that had a lot more to do with being low income than with the factors that tend to drive severe hoarding. Well think this connection were. You're saying oh that was different because we didn't have any money so of course we had to hold on everything and then hoarding beyond any kind of level of reasonable thriftiness. I think they are connected. The phenomenon of hoarding. Which isn't terribly well. Understood is thought to be intuition. Or an impulse gone awry. And it's like eating fatty salty and sweet things. We evolved to seek out really high-calorie things with sodium. That worked well for many generations until we've had so much to eat that that same instinct is serving as and maybe warnings the same way that we haven't intuition to hold on to everything which is good until you get to the twentieth century. So that makes some sense to me. But i don't think that's really how actual severe hoarding happens from what i've read. It's more usually driven by some kind of traumatic life event. Where you have come to believe that things have evalu- beyond what other people would think would be a realistic value or that. Things are deeply irreplaceable. Or that things are so essential that you cannot go on another day unless you have collected all six of your local newspapers and added them to the pile so i would distinguish between what you're describing as a kind of canary. Need to conserve in reuse. And what seems to be pathology to keep things well beyond the volume at which they're useful. Well many pathologies stephen are normal processes taken to the extreme and so we could both be right. We could both be right and then. There's the question of whether hoarding only means physical things. Do you consider digital hoarding to be legit. You know some researchers actually used the phrase digital hoarding. And that's basically accumulating files and photos and so forth that you don't wanna part with and just like regular hoarding or analog hoarding. I guess definitely it's dysfunctional in other words. It's getting in the way but this incident. We have to hold onto things to not let go. Were all on a continuum of us to do that more than ours. And then at the extreme you have a hoarder. I think you're right. Also highlight that. There is an element of obsessive compulsive. Nece to hoarding. And from what i know and i'm not clinically trained as you know as a psychologist. I'm merely do research but my understanding of ocd. Is that the old part. The obsession part is a thought and then the compulsion part is behavior and very often. The thought is some distressing thought like ono. If i throw this away bad things are going to happen. And then the disordered behavior is that you shove everything in the closet. So i think there is a very uncomfortable. Obsessive thought that gets discharged or relieved a little bit. When you engage in this behavior and anyway. I don't want to say that hoardings not pathological because it obviously is. It's also we should say dangerous in that something like twenty five percent of all fire. Deaths involve hoarding. What that's terrible. I've seen one study. That found hoarding is responsible for a quarter of all what they call avoidable fire deaths. Now we should say fire deaths have fallen so so so so much right. We're talking about small numbers bite still proportionally. It makes sense because if you have a house full of newspapers books whatever pretty flammable and they make hard to get out and they make it hard for people to get in to rescue you during the pandemic. I've tried to get in more than a hundred steps a day. So i take a walk around the neighborhood and i have to say there. Is this one house. I look up to the fourth floor and you can't see much except for there's a fan in the window and then there's all these obstructions and then there's this like tiny sliver of light i think is the light on in the room and it only dawned on me gradually that this must be where hoarder lives and now. I'm worried that they're going to have a fire.
Exploring Sacred Spaces with Michael Whalen
"Hello and welcome back to the anxiety slayer podcast. I'm shannon vander leak and today. I'm speaking with michael whelan. He's a two time emmy award winner and grammy nominated composer. Music supervisor and his work is just fantastic. Michael is a veteran of more than eight hundred television and film scores thousands of commercials and numerous tv themes and video games. He's also a world renowned recording artist and producer with thirty two solo and soundtrack recordings to his credit since nineteen ninety-three. Hello michael oh ho shannon so great to be here with you. Thank you so much for the opportunity beer. Oh you're welcome. And i must tell you this morning. I was listening to your new album sacred spaces and i had been listening several weeks back but i wanted to listen again this morning and i thought you know this music is perfect for this time in our in our lives on earth and i had a different experience and i decided that an ocean of candlelight or ocean of candidate is my favourite today. Although i love. I love the the entire album and i love for you to just dive right in and talk about the inspiration for this body of work that that you put your heart and soul into for over ten years. How it represents your spirituality is interesting. It's people here the title sacred spaces and they think it's like a religious record. Michael you've made a religious records way. Everybody just calm down. So it's really about the places that people the experience the memories that you hold a sacred yeah and ultimately it's about gratitude it's ultimately about not only holding these things close to you but why are you grateful for because to have things that are important to you. It's not enough to kind of come from scarcity and to be sort of fighting things off as you're descending pieces of your life. I think. I think what i have learned in my fifty years on this planet is bats. The only the only place for walking us in some ten years ago i had this delusions of grandeur. I was gonna write a symphony. I've written a lot of pieces so this was not going to be one. But i was gonna write a symphony. This was going to be search for god and all the stuff. And and i got a sort of a movement don and material written the wall and i put it away for years and about three years ago i called the charts in look at them and i was like well. You know what would wanna to estimates are no fussing with the some of the themes and i said. Maybe this isn't a class copious. Maybe this electron piece. Ab there's an entirely new way to be treating this material. So then what i did was i spends a almost four months designing sounds and i had no idea what sounds. We're going to go with wet song. Or when i was going to do is made a big pile things and so i got so bad. Eight hundred different textures salim's samples of different things did and i said to myself. Ok mail that. I house some females dawn. I haven't been kyle stuff amazingly. The album came together very very very thousand about seven weeks later. The ryan was done on warp speed. I got to finishing the record. It was really. It was a very intense experience. The listen to it done for the first time because what it gave me was a sort of an access to all these places memories things all that the music was inspired by in this entirely new way and also beat me a really deep sense of peace relax. H i'm one of these people who has a very hard time relaxing. Even though i've known for creating music if i'm relaxed forbid awfully so. This album has created a very Interesting palace for me to relax to betaine to a stretch jorgensen s and i've heard from many many many people around the world that they do their daily access those album now which is a very early. You've really captured this. What i've found in the in the couple times that i've listened is the that i'm energized while i'm relaxed and i'm like what that's really cool. Do that very very very hard balanced. And i was loved to say wow garcia just like and i have to say that you just showed up that way
A Special Breathwork Session To Help You Sleep
"What's up action trade. Ag year host and founder. Of my seven jukka. My seven chucker dot com. The place where we help you calm your mind. Relax you nova system and expedience. Deep states of bliss andres episode. I wanted to give you a glimpse into war responsible through work as many of you know. I conduct breath work healing circles on zoom every week on sunday mornings and wednesday evenings in these sessions have really been helpful in helping people cope with what's going on in the word right now but also reduce stress to calm their minds relaxed inova system and open up more possibility but there are so many more of you out there that can potentially benefit from these sessions but maybe a wondering waters breath work and whether breath for israeli as effective as people say it is right. That's why today we're going to do a breath work session with the music with the breadth with me guiding you through the process. But before that. I wanted to quickly talk about what breath work does for your body and a device that has recently caught my attention lately. There is helping me switch off my negative stress. And then we'll begin our session together all right so firstly stress. Activates your fight or flight. Sympathetic response leaves you feeling distracted overwhelmed and makes it difficult for you to get sleep. Stress also plays a key role in our evaluation sometimes especially to run away from a predator or to solve it challenging problem. You need the energy to make it happen. That's when your heart rate increases your cortisol levels rise and your blood shoots to your limbs but this is like stepping on your gas pedal of your car and it's not really sustainable because you need to at some point switch off your stress and start relaxing so their energy can be used for other functions like digestion and sleep and creativity when that switch off does not take place. Your body is constantly releasing stress. Hormones like cortisol making your breathing shallow and fast and sending your heart rates up and your heart rate variability down. What does hundred variability h. r. e. which is most reliable invasive biometric of stress measures the balance between your batta sympathetic rest and digest nova system. And you're sympathetic. Which is your fight and flight branch of your nervous system. A high heart rate variability gender lee indicates a strong guardia vascular system and low levels of stress being in a constant state of fight or flight makes it physiologically harder to focus harder to meditate. Relax sleep or even exercise because your body and your mind think that you are under threat and needs to be escaping danger and not sleeping not focusing on your work now like i said this does of abyss. But when it's left unchecked this chronic stress increases your risk of developing insomnia anxiety depression and chronic been and this in general makes you feel tired. Sluggish unhappy of causes. You've been and might even lead to some kind of illness. now breads workout. You switch off your negative stress and switch on your rest and relax branch off your system. And i'm going to show you exactly how to do that today. Now on top of that. I'm always on the lookout for other ways other devices. That will help us do the same so we can amplify this process of relaxation now. Recently company or apollo neuroscience sent me that device guard the apollo neuro which is a fascinating mention. Now this device. Which i'm wearing right now. Works on dutch therapy. And it creates these gentlemen waves vibration. That stimulates your rest and digest batta sympathetic nervous system response and it restores balance to your body. Now this is cutting its technology action tribe because this is the latest data about you but it's also influencing your stress levels at physiological level. This device stimulates touch. And i'm realizing the touch might be more crucial to our health and survival than we think it is in the midst of this crazy pandemic and social isolation you and me. We're not getting all the touch that we need and touch is a powerful sense from an evolutionary standpoint. It is the most important way that mammals communicate safety and love and assurance to one another different forms of dutch vibration. Heat gored a soothing massage along hug or even a pat on the back can change how you feel in ways that can be measured biologically now researchers found certain frequencies of are found to be soothing and significantly. Increase your better sympathetic dawn. Others can be more energizing and can increase your heart rate and other measures of sympathetic activity. So
Interview with Lisa Niser on Financial Health for Employees
"Is don shula pie trainer and businesses often ensure grew with when people thrive companies thrive i today my very very special guest is lisa. Nicer lisa nizer. Cpa firm antiquing taxes together. And what's funny. We had our whole peace. And i finally had to say this is good stuff. We have started the interviews so lisa. I really am beyond thrilled. That you are spending this time with me. Welcome thank you so much don and excited to share how can instill taxes into how companies work and and so. Let's let's go deeper into that because you guys hit pause or go to the next episode. Say oh the of nano you really need to listen because our stressor we under because of money and lisa. I know that you can talk probably much more about that. And with data and statistic and the real stuff than. I can't so go for it you know it's interesting for another event that i did. I did some research and it said that New graduates new like four times as much about how to use social media than about finances. But here's the thing you're interacting with not only taxes money every single day of your life like this is something that's really important and so i'm trying to well i am. I got succeeding at making taxes. Fun because if you're not scared by it you have power to make decisions that work for you and you know. That's what i'm out to do is to really just educate people on all those things that we should have learned but weren't And that's That's my life smash tell our listeners about some of that educational piece that you do around money. Taxes w. twos so right now i've done quite a bit on linked in Kind of known as the tax guru unlinked in there's not a lot of tax people on lengthened. I've learned And so i did a really series on things you think are tax deductible but aren't and then i just did wanna Know what all the boxes on your w to mean because honestly especially with direct deposit. Nobody even looks at the wgn. Like i've had people with the wrong draft with wrong states but there is a lot of information provided up on there that you can use to know where you're at Make good decisions. Take advantage of things that your employer is offering customers are listed on there that you may or may not be aware of sing with your stuff with a really encourage Pull it out. If you don't know about all those taxes go lincoln with me on late then and you can see literally gone through it because it's not just about the autumn line number on your tax return that refund least important number on the tax return. We can make that whenever you want. It's how much did you pay taxes. How much did you pay in state tax. You know what else you're paying social security medicare taxes. Those are big numbers. You should understand what's being taxed. If you can do anything to change that and how much it's up to i think especially even now like with the pandemic. I've been working with a lot of clients to do a a kind of pandemic budget. So i have a template where we literally like list out every category of over the years i developed this for my family and And i have original. And then i have revised while not only does your transportation change or food or clothing or your manicures but if your income goes down those tax numbers change substantially and getting those numbers right either through an online tax calculator or through. Hopefully working with an accountant. That may give you some peace of mind that yeah things are tough but they may not be as tough as you think they are. And i let you sleep at night. We did that for our own family. I mean it was pretty eye-opening how much is take out of your face abbott. You you might be eligible for credits or deductions that you worked before franken's now lower so yet until you look at all the moving pieces in work with someone. There's a lot of things that that might cause you stress the dope need to find that fastening the w. two employees
The Promise of Cloud-Native Gaming
"The first voice. We hear his jade as she explains how. She became obsessed with a young age. None of the thongs. We take an investment advice. Ca six nc dot com slash disclosures for more information. So i always knew. I wanted to make games. I figured it out. When i was about twelve years old i was visiting my uncle. Who lived in san francisco at the time. And i made it my mission to beat him at all of his games before i left for the and it was during that time that it dawned on me that someone gets sneak games and i thought awesome. Why not me. I had already been into robotics and done a little bit of programming. That's when i really decided to focus on that as a creator and started working on game projects mice airtime so how does building for cloud differ from what you've done before have always been attracted by the bleeding edge of games aims constantly. Reinvented if you look at what. A video game was ten years ago. It was totally different twenty years ago. What drew me to for example working on the assassin's creed franchise in building that up. The next consoles were coming in. That was big opportunity. Go okay what can we do with eight x the processing power and so a lot of those questions not have pushed me towards my career decisions all along as what attracted me to google this time which is okay. It's not ajax. It's the cold data centers processing power. Okay it's the whole model for how we think about client. Server multi-player games needing to work is totally offended and change some of the largest games today fortnight clans. They run most of their network on the cloud. So john what distinguishes what we have now from true cloud streaming or what you call it gaming. Which is what we're seeing now. Looks like it's actually mostly being hoisted existing council enters title development for playstation Stocks on and it was been found. These gains fundamentally different popcorn in some most excited about the second way of games that might become around the corner be called in cloud needed games. What really on any game. It's built around four cloud that's only play of all in the cloud infrastructure as opposed to something. We are currently in the first wave of cloud gaming and really what. We're seeing the convenience of cloud gaming. What we're seeing is okay. It's all the games that we can play another places but we get rid of the download time. We can play more instantly. We don't have to worry about dates to play on different screens other great benefits by the really exciting thing. And i think that's what's gonna be kind of the cleveland of what. Tv was radio is when we unlock. What the second wave of cloud gaming one of the things is obviously the client server model right. Now you're limited to the interactions and simulations that can run the locally on people's machines no matter what even if you're running your example fortnight is running on the cloud and a lot of other games are as well in the back end. There's still designed with the idea that they have to run on a local pc or a local consoler local mobile device in some cases. And really what's going to unlock not only the processing power and what we call elastic q. Of the data center but also the idea that essentially any game can be designed like one big land party. So you don't have to worry about networking times. You can at least know exactly what those are in an designed for them. Measure them in a consistent way and also hits up against a limit of how big of a shared experience you. Are there new game mechanics or even game genres that. You find uniquely enabled through the cloud. Johnny britain about how it might help solve games. Cold start problem. But what are some of the other mechanics. You see enabled by cloud gaming when you think about the magic of cloud gaming. You're being sent a stream that from the pipes and stuff. It looks exactly like a stream of video data when you think about this new paradigm there can be a one to sort of infinite and very strange connection of what in quits impact that stream so if you think about it someone. Typing in the side of a youtube shot can have an input into my environment. They type tomato tomatoes. Start falling from the sky in my game. Thousands of connected to my game could be. They're playing the rule of. Let's say zombie hoard. That's attacking those all could be real players right and they're in quicker just on a mobile phone in a very simple interface for doing that. Because the zombie needs controls. I think a lot of the really exciting things that disassociation of direct relationship between number of people connected to client either one or exceed or whatever. Hundred is ugly. The biggest we've seen and this way. That huns of inputs can impact. The simulation live
Help: My Toddler Is Waking Up Way Too Early
"Help. My two year old used to sleep from seven to seven. it was glorious. We recently had to start quarantining again due to exposure at my job since then she started waking up earlier and earlier. We pushed her bedtime back to seven thirty. But it hasn't made a difference this morning. She was up at five thirty. I was thinking about one of those clocks with the lightner room. But i'm not sure she would understand that yet. Help okay rachel here to help. I am an expert on early rising small children because i was a fellow sufferer eight. Am was often nap time for my youngest child. Whoever that was and me to go back to bed at eight. Am after a full morning. So i kind of think like some kids are just like this and there are things you can do and then you have to do them again but there are a bunch of tricks that helped along the way for me so help. Some of these will work for you. I was going to suggest pushing her bedtime back. You did that already. It's not working doesn't necessarily work right like if you're changing circadian rhythm it could push it later but it might actually push it earlier as sounds like may have happened in this case. I mean something's happened right. Some knob has turned to make her start getting up at five thirty. So i think what you need to do first is sort of reset the knobs and then start moving them one at a time. You're quarantining andy. With the bedtime later and there is a state savings time. There's a couple of different things happening. So put things back the way they were to the extent. That's possible and then the quarantining say the only knob that's different. I think it's interesting that you highlighted that because it could be right. I'm wondering what's the possible connection between the changing your routine and the change in her sleep is she not getting as much sunshine as she was. Is there not as much physical activity. Were there sort of routines and signifier in her day. When you were more out and about that you can put back in or add in a different way. You know if she had snack every day at two pm and a little bit of quiet time on the couch when she came back from seeing her little friend. Can you still sort of put those routines in place. So she has the sort of same signposts as she goes through her day. You ask about the alarm clock and wonder if she's too young. Yes i do think too can be too young for some of the alarm clocks that have suns and moons and have oh was slowly dawning daylight all that stuff. You can try them. The best alarm clock for me in the situation was one that i made myself for my kids. I had an old school digital alarm clock like you can get at the drugstore with the digital numbers. I put a piece of paper covering the minute numbers because those are not information that a two three year old can use so you just saw the hour so they just saw the five or the six again. they don't know what the five of the six is. that doesn't matter. And then. I drew on the piece of paper that if it was a a five. You know that we're squared off five digital clock that that was a picture i did a picture of a moon sleeping and then if there was a six it was a picture of the son waking up so that my child again twos a little young two and a half heading for three. You can start to show that to them and say oh. Look at that when you see this shape. It means it's nighttime. When you see this shape it means it's time to wake up to probably too young three starting to get but all of that stuff was easier for my kid than trying to read this clock. That was slowly. Changing from one thing. To another darkness is very important and a little ones room. That's waking up too early to forget that x for the time being. You need it as dark as possible.
"dawn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Dawn is breaking..
The Suffolk Strangler
"His tone was descending into panic in the final weeks of two thousand six but forty eight year old steep right was on top of the world. He had gotten away with murder twice. On second passer-by found the body of gem adams the second woman he killed his first victim. Canyon nickel had still not been found. What's more his devoted girlfriend. Pamela suspected nothing. The steve she knew was a shy unremarkable. Man who loved golf soap operas and her homemade shepherd's pie but without even knowing it pamela was a part of his deadly nighttime routine. Pamela night shifts at a call center every evening right came home from his own shop as a forklift driver. Ate dinner then drove pamela to work after kissing her goodbye. He drove back into town where he picked up sex workers in the red light district but more recently rights appetites took a darker turn. Now he wasn't looking for women to sleep with. He was looking for his next. he was meticulous. He used gloves to handle. The bodies then carefully vacuumed his car and washed his clothes right. After by the time. Pamela arrived home at dawn. He was in bed. Sound asleep the day. The body was found right and pamela. Were watching the news on tv. Pamela pushed her plate away unable to eat another bite with horror. I'll bet the other one's dead to without missing a beat right kept eating and said yeah. I bet you're right. Most people wouldn't be this calm watching their murders become headline news but right wasn't like most people. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg rights. Calm behavior during this period and his uncanny ability to lie to his loved ones could indicate antisocial personality disorder. Although as far as we know he's never been diagnosed with this or any other personality disorder. Right fits many of the criteria for apd as outlined by the dsm five a pattern of deceitfulness of failure to follow through on personal or professional obligations hostility and a lack of remorse for hurting others. Key lied to his partners about using sex workers for years. Dating all the way back to his twenty. He had a long history of bad debts and short-lived jobs and seemed free from remorse for the violent abuse of his second wife. Diane though it's not clear what was going through rights head at the moment has murders came on the news. It seems that he wasn't afraid of getting caught. In fact it's possible. The discovery made him more anxious to kill again. The day after gemma's body was found. He was back on the hunt. On the evening of december third right picked up twenty four year old. Analii alderson of feisty. Mother of one analyst struggled with drug addiction in her teenage years and was never able to shake the habit in the last months of two thousand six. She turned to sex work in order to make ends meet. She was last seen alive that night boarding a train around six. Pm on underway. Way to ipswich where she was known to work the streets few hours after she arrived in ipswich she crossed paths with steve right. It's important to note that right has never offered full accounts of his murders. So we can only piece together a possible version of events based on forensic evidence and later testimony. What's uncontested is that right. Drove emily back to his flat on london road just a few minutes away from where he picked her up and they had after they finished analee. Try to leave but wouldn't let her. He made a habit of choosing women who were physically slight and stood no chance against him. It was only too easy for him to overpower her and strangled her to death shortly before two. Am a traffic camera captured. Right driving out of it switch. He drove several miles southeast with annelies body on the floor of his car stopping in a wooded area near the village of nakdimon there he prepared to dispose of her body just as he had ten years and gemma's but this time something was different right left his first two victims in water but this evening he chose dry land at instead of simply dumping attlee in the woods. He arranged her body in a cruiser form shape on her back arms outstretched side to side like across even with this extra attention to detail. Right was back home by three. A m as always. He washed and vacuumed his car. Put all of his clothing in the washing machine and went to bed.
New York City honors armed forces on Veterans Day amid coronavirus pandemic
"Socially distant fashion, not to mention appropriate for the weather about 100, Vintage jeeps, private cars and other vehicles paraded down Fifth Avenue on Manhattan's East Side. Mark Veterans Day before dawn this morning. There would usually be a parade on our veterans Day, but then we would usually not be in the middle of a pandemic. Navy officials also laid wreaths at Madison Square Parks Eternal light Flagstaff there at 6 A.m. before the car parade made it down. Fifth af
National Native American Veterans Memorial opens in Washington, DC
"Opens today on the National Mall in Washington, D C. It's the Native American Veterans Memorial. Native Americans have served in the armed forces in high numbers for more than a century. This is the first memorial to honor that service. Here's NPR's Quil Lawrence. The memorial is simple. A steel circle elevated over carved stone drum. It sits in the shade of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Kevin Go over, is a member of the Pawnee Nation and the museum's director. It's an article of faith in Indian country that Native American serve at a greater rate than basically any other group. So we wish for this to be a sacred place, not just for Native America. But for all Americans. The opening ceremony went virtual because of the pandemic. But here are a few of the people go over hopes will one day attend and sanctify the site. My name is Marcel Grande La Bull. And I'm from the two kettle ban of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. You know? I'm 101 years old. No in 1940 for Marcela Lobo was a surgical nurse at an Army hospital during the battle of the Bulge Well, In December. I believe it was 1/16 of December. The Germans overtook the American soldiers. They wondered about putting in a hospital so close to the front lines, but they did. So we were there in leisure. And we had both funds night and day. At the time of the breaks through the growth of the bulge. Lobo says her own community always honored her military service. Now the memorial in Washington means the whole country conduce this same to be AH, thought like it was a great honor. My ancestors were warriors. I'm related to rein in the face who fought in the battle of the little big horn or greasy grass that they called it. My father was a Spanish American war veteran. My brother oldest brother was a veteran all down the line. But some native vets aren't as aware of their own family service. Yeah, my name is Colonel Wayne Don don has served 27 years in the army, including Bosnia and Afghanistan. You know, for a lot of years, I thought I was a first generation military person came to find out is both of my grandfather and uncles. And served in a territorial guard during World War two. That was an emotional discovery for dawn and a complicated one not just native Americans, but on the other minority groups, ultimately that they chose to serve to represent their people. And also to serve a country that this, you know, sometimes. Didn't have AH would've proved to be their best interests in mind, but they're still still did it, He says. Now that the country is wrestling with questions about racial justice, he hopes the memorial can play a part. Army vet Allan Ho feels the same. He's native Hawaiian saw combat in Vietnam. Then his two sons served after 9 11, his oldest son. Nine. No. Ho was killed in Iraq and he wass Credible young man. He was an officer, platoon leader, and he was killed in 25 in Mosul, Iraq. His younger brother's the staff sergeant. His name is Locke or And the meaning for a knock or is a warrior who is brave and courageous. Those are the stories of service and sacrifice. He wants Americans to hear it. The new memorial for native visitors, Ho wants it to be a validation and an inspiration. And then perhaps, who knows? Maybe some young Native son who experiences that memorial for this first time, we'll be in 50 years from now he'll be that the president of the United States who knows Quil Lawrence NPR news
Head Of DOJ's Election Crimes Unit Steps Down; Don Jr. Cries "Deep State"
"Of Justice is election crimes unit has resigned in protest after Bill Bar said that The Justice Department can investigate voter fraud. Donald Trump Jr has accused the Justice Department official who oversees investigations of voter fraud of being a member of the deep state After that official dramatically quit on Monday. Richard Richard Pilger Resigned after Attorney General Bar authorized federal prosecutors across the U. S to pursue substantial allegations of voting irregularities before the 2020 presidential election. Is certified. I'm so ready for smart, boring administration. I'm so ready for the elder who is director of the election crimes branch of the Department of Justice. He's been there since 2010 step down. Within hours of Barr's announcement in an email he sent colleagues that was obtained by The New York Times and President Donald Trump. Sun Dawn Jr was quick to criticize Mr Pilger. Wait seriously, Isn't this the guy who was involved with the IRS and Lois? Learner in targeting conservatives and the tea Party. Maybe that's why he hasn't done asked at the Department of Justice has tag deep state. And the term deep status. It's thrown around like back in the old days when you know they'd call a woman of which you know, it's it's It's essentially the same thing. Well, you're a witch.
"dawn" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler
"This is dawn schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the.
Theres No Place to Hide
"Good morning yeah. Hope you're doing well. Can you hear me so good. Good thank you right. today I want to talk about practices. Usual and The wish of the alzon teaches masters that the students become well rounded in terms of practice only a realization but in the in the functioning today is an analogy of a head and tail so we could take it as a dragon Seems like a good beast kombi grasp of grasp but it's directly applicable to each one of us as a human being so in this particular cohen. We have to adept spacey question in one another and these are the answers that they come up with. You know quite often again we We may answer in analogy or in Entendre this is the expression of practice. Firstly the preface to the assemble first case sixty six of the book of equanimity case. Sixty six for those of you. Got the book preface to the assembly. Those with supernatural power. A marvelous activity comes step in those who have forgot next donaldson eliminated phil still conflict of foot. Let us say that. Sometimes there are running debt and sometimes they're sitting dead. How can they be made complete the main case attention among askew ho what is the head. Kyu-ho said opening the eyes and not being aware of the dawn. The mon cast. What is the tail. Kyu-ho said not sitting on an eternal seat. The mum cast. What about having the head tail. Kyu-ho said after all it's not precious the mowing said what about having the tail and no head. Hugh ho said though satisfied. You're powerless the mon casts. What about when heddon tail off directly well-matched kyu-ho said a descendant gains power without knowing it. So that's the case a the appreciative us a compass for the circle. A rula for the square with use it functions well with neglect. It hides stupid a bumbling a dwelling in the raids backing and filling sheep caught in offense eating others food sleeping in one's own bed of clouds rise and rain falls do collects interns to frost the well aligned. Jill string passes through the needles. I the embroided threat unceasingly vomits the shuttle's guts the stone woman stops weaving a night scullers tuned toward noon. I mean there's a lot in the probably won't do an awful lot on the on the poem but It's it's the main the main thing is that there's many criticisms of buddhism more religion in general that It it tends to be somewhat esoteric that It doesn't really appear in daily life That people That a spiritual you know really don't live like ordinary lives are a little bit off in some way or another. So you know there's images and we all we all have images we'll will portray images you know. People live in a monastery or certain why people live in les life for a certain way. But this really this really cuts to the quick in the in the sense that it doesn't talk about
"dawn" Discussed on The Tactical Kitchen Show
"I know so so there's a lot to you know, kind of digest wage unpack on that. But the main point is that you have to know your numbers. I remembered when I was going to say, I know she she she was holding her finger up like she's number one. No, I've got it. I did remember it. I was going to say the one thing that this Dawn phenomenon really helps us to understand and again, I'm plugging bands book because it's really good in the dawn phenomenon is a time when you are most insulin-resistant and since your blood sugar is already a little elevated and your birth most insulin-resistant in the morning. This is the really best time to start with fats and proteins. So when you're looking at a keto or a carnivore diet Especially when people start getting into the hey don't I need to do a carb app? Well, don't do it in the morning because according to how your body works. This is the time you're going to pack on the most fat because it's going to take a lot more insulin for you to clear your blood glucose, you know to clear those carbs from your system than it would if you were to say wait until this evening to have them in your evening meal when you're most insolent sensitive. Yeah, and and that's a you know, a whole different point when we talk about people who are trying to lose weight and people who are trying to perform different types of people,.
"dawn" Discussed on Secret Societies
"Captions like pillar of mercy or pillar of severity, a serpent, wielding a Christian. Cross weaves through the configuration. As for what all of that means, we couldn't even begin to tell you. We do know that the tree of life is a sort of roadmap for members of the Golden Dawn, the circles and the lines that connect them form twenty two points which correspond to twenty two Hebrew letters, twenty two angels, twenty, two major tear cards and twenty two positions within the order. Initiate start at the lowest point of the heck's cram. Contemplating the society's most accessible mysteries as they gained knowledge and ascend to higher positions within the order, the messages of the tree of life become clearer. And if all that sounds like too much to keep track of you're not alone. Some members could have spent a lifetime in the golden dawn without ever reaching the higher levels, they'd probably tell you that. The real value came in the searching and the seeking that questions are more important than answers, and if you were willing to become such a knowledge, seeker yourself, you'd encounter the rich multi-layered symbolism on your very first day with the order during your initiation ceremony. You enter the temple where you'll spend your life studying you approach a member and tell them you desire to join the order that member quizzes you about your motives and your willingness to learn once. They're satisfied with your answers. They lead you into an antechamber. The member orders you to strip naked. which you do, then they blindfold you and leave you alone. You can't tell if anyone else in the room. You can't hear anything. The blindfold is heavy, and you can't see anything. Either you hold your hands in front of you and take a cautious step forward then another it's impossible to gauge how long you spend fumbling about, but finally your hand touches something familiar smooth would and around handle. A door. You knock, but nobody answers inside you hear someone shout. Hey, costs. Hey, costs Esteban billowy. It's a Greek phrase that means be gone. Be Gone, you profane ones. You know that on the other side of the door. The order members are purifying great. Hall on your behalf but I. You have to wait you know that. The initiation ceremony involves a lot of ritual inside the members of the Golden Dawn Exchange. Symbols and sacred words they anoint the walls, and honor the spirits of the four cardinal directions they speak secret spells, so the gods might bestow their blessing upon you through it all. You must exercise patients standing outside in silence. Finally the door swings open, but you still cannot enter you. Knock on the door again. Someone announces the candid. It seeks for entrance. Another voice responds giving you permission to step inside. Of course you can't see who speaking, but you know. The ceremony is overseen by a member of the second order called the High Rafat. As, you set foot inside. The Hall Jairo Fan bestows upon you a new name, a powerful matching name. In succession three other members speak. It sounds like they're standing near you. They say inheritor of a dying world arise and enter the darkness. The mother of Darkness Hath Blinded Him with her hair. The father of darkness has hidden him under his wings. Behira fan ends the chant, saying his limbs are still weary from the wars which were in heaven. Before the ceremony can proceed. You must be sanctified. Someone draws a wet cross on your forehead. They say I purify the with water. You catch a whiff of sweet smelling smoke as though someone's waving burning center near you. They say I consecrate the with fire. Hands clasped your arms, and someone guides you forward once you reach your destination. The Hira Fan asks inheritor of a dying world why Secust Thou to enter our sacred hall. Why seek thou admission to our order? But you can't answer for yourself. One of your companion says my soul wanders darkness, and seeks the light of the hidden knowledge, and I believe that in this order knowledge of that light may be obtained. The Hira, Fan then demands and Oth they ask if you're willing to keep the order's teachings, a secret you reply I am. Then you must swear to use your powers for good to advance justice and uphold the spiritual law. You swear, I am ready. The Hira fant orders you to kneel. You do so with the help of your companions, then the higher offense leads you in a lengthy vow once more you promise to keep the order's teachings separate including the details of your initiation ceremony and any knowledge. You may have encountered before you joined. You swear to never write down any teachings, you vow not to do anything that might lower your inhibitions, and make you blurt out hidden knowledge to the uninitiated. You also resolved to keep an open mind. You'll see great works that few people I've ever seen before. You can only understand them if you set aside preconceived notions. As you finish your oath. You feel something cool and flat. Press against the nape of your neck. You realize that one of the officials is holding a blade to your back. Although it's turned, so the point is away from you. You're afraid to move, but you have to. Because the higher fant orders you to rise two sets of hands. Grab your arms and hall you to your feet. The hero fan orders you to walk to the northern side of the room, which represents forgetfulness, ignorance and worldly distractions. Someone guides to what you assume is the northern wall. Once everyone is assembled an official announces on purified unconsummated Thou cast, not enter the path of the West once again you're purified with water and sensors smoke that another official says childbirth twice purified twice consecrated bow mazed, approach the gateway up the West, The leaders drag you across the hall while You. Walk someone rips your blindfold off for the briefest of moments you glimpse the room. Everyone wears ancient Egyptian clothes and headdresses. The hall is painted with colorful geometric shapes and symbols before you can take it in. They blindfold you once more. The guide stops you and you assume you've reached the Western Wall, there's someone says bow cast, not pass by me. Saith the guardian of the West. Unless Thou- can't tell me my name. You don't know their name, but another order member answers on your behalf. Darkness is thy name Thou great one of the paths of the shades. The leader. Let's you pass and repeat the same ritual on the eastern wall again. You are purified again. Your blindfold is momentarily removed, and then replaced and again a leader identifies Guardian light dawning darkness name the light of a Golden.
"dawn" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler
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"dawn" Discussed on National Trust Podcast
"I've worked with non zero one before so when I was interested in doing project they felt like the right group of artists to me to make senses what was a vague notion. He's GIONTA GNOMES. Everyone's production lead national. Trust came to us with three words rooftops dawn from there we came towards the concept off-putting audiences in places where they could have fantastic views and with the visual element being so must've taken care of by nature itself. We thought we could add an element. Light Music may especially with in mind so within a short space of time the concept of dawn's was born. There's a common assumption. That don't is the moment when we see the sunrise up over the horizon. The reality is that dawn is a constant wave of darkness and light that continuous sweeps across the globe even within the UK that can be a difference of over an hour from when the residents of Johnno growths in the far northeast of the UK experienced dawn to that of the residents at lands end in the far southwest where don leaves the UK and continues on out into the Atlantic Ocean. The idea was very much that dawn's would take place at national trust and some associated sites doomed started to take shape as a musical performance with musicians and narrator placed at strategic points across the seven hundred mile trajectory that don't takes as it sweeps across the UK. We would invite people to come together to experience dawns in a group setting the British isles split into six dawn zones six Dayak no masses of land that represent a wave of time dawn trucks across the UK within each zone. We would place a musician at a national trust property. He would mark the passing of the dawn with musical accompaniment. As the daily arrives with each musician they begin to play their part of a score of a musical collaboration that they've created through working with the composer. James Bully the narrator will also be talking us through the experience and also giving us ways to remember that there are other people out there taking part everything was on track and was mostly going to plan up until we hit March as the krone virus crisis grew we thought. Can we do this anymore? Is it still dawn's if we don't have the musicians playing live in front of audiences if we are literally bringing people together in spaces in the outdoors in cities and towns and the countryside? It became very clear to us that the essence of the project the the exploration of our connection to nature the exploration of light dark the exploration of togetherness indifference and the ability to experience something simultaneously. That is completely individual yet is also entirely bound up in the reality of many people doing that thing once all of that felt more relevant more crescent and actually more powerful than it ever had before as a real appetite for any kind of experience that can be delivered a not be lesser for the fact that you're not there in person but actually take advantage of for example technology in order to make it a strong and engaging experience at the National Trust where well known for our houses gardens teashops and the great outdoors however art and the National. Trust is not always obvious connection but now at the moment when the doors of our properties and teashops are closed and gates to our cowpox remain locked. Art is one of the ways were able to connect and supporters with the essence of what we do as an organization for me the way that is a person living now make sense of things like the natural world history and people's lives and places and bits of history that feel quite distant from me. Artists can help make sense of that can help connect the richness of our stories and of our natural world. Dolan's is a really good example of something that brings so many benefits of being able to connect people remind them that they're not alone and we can share in some of the things that haven't changed the same still comes up. It still goes from spring to summer. There are some things that over remain unchanged constant and dunes is an opportunity to be reminded if that we know that we really just surviving. Things like art and two galleries. The theatre and listening to live music can be seen as perhaps less essential bought. Art is a way of perhaps taking your mind to places that it wouldn't ordinarily go dawn. This still going ahead. But even before lockdown it wasn't a performance that was going to be easy when you're writing a brand new piece of music designed to last about an hour your default choice would not be spread them out over seven hundred miles and give them no opportunity to even meet one another beforehand. Line Rehearse with one but since lockdown. It's become even more complicated. Musicians have had to take on a lot more than they bargained for Audio Engineer Camera Person Streaming engineered. The challenges are huge is quite exciting. But I know that everyone's putting in sign much effort are think it's going to be fantastic. Yes there is an element of peril but at the same time. I think we've done all we could to ensure that it goes smoothly and goes to plan. Then there's the small issue that to coordinate with the actual dawn that performance will stop three forty three. That's three forty three a M. I think our appetite is a nation for joining in with things that maybe wouldn't have made sense wouldn't have fit in with our shed. Shedules has absolutely grown. Because everyone's life who found like different. I was talking to a friend said to me now. Sort of makes perfect sense to me that I'm going to be getting up at three thirty in the morning on a Saturday to listen to musicians. Play dawn in across the UK. Still not convinced. Let's give it one last try. It is a unique one time experience that is rooted in the natural world and also has now become rooted in the reality of our lives as they are at the moment having to be separated from so many people but it still wanting to find ways to come together to find out how you can get involved and to sign up for front row tickets to the DOLANS performance go to www dot dot dot life not safe for this week's episode. We'll be back in a couple of weeks with inspiring audio to help. Easy through your lockdown but until then you can listen to our back catalogue of over one hundred.
"dawn" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Perfect distraction at the daily grind and especially during the stressful time in our country. Thanks for such a positive in interesting distraction slash new hobby. Well you are welcome. What are your the you've had this year and That's the saddest thing to me in all this that the NCW women's basketball tournament gets canceled and teams. Like a D Barnes team at Arizona. They haven't been to the tournament and fifteen years and they don't get to see their their name up there in lights and they don't get hey maybe they can still raise a banner. I don't know but They certainly would have been right there. I also talked today actually to Mike. Neighbors the head coach at Arkansas. And you'll hear that in a couple of Mondays from now and he was very much the same way. Arkansas hasn't been for a few years. It's time that that program returns to prominence in coach neighbors certainly brought them to that point. They don't get to do it. So absolutely. Shout out to your. You've a wildcats. What a great season they had and we really appreciate that reviews so like I said if you wanNA leave a review. I'd be happy to read it on air. Well there is not much that needs to be said about our next guest. The absolute great dawn. Staley the head coach of South Carolina. The head coach of the team that finishes the season is the number one team in the nation. And they've got that to be really excited about but at the same time. They didn't get a chance to prove themselves in the postseason and have you peeped dawn. Staley on twitter here recently. She's not necessarily excited when anybody starts ramping up any of the other top teams in the nation. I'm sure you can think no she's talking about there as you know. We didn't get to see them. Play the rest of the season when they start thinking about those other teams rather than her South Carolina. Gamecocks she She kinda cocks her head to the side and says Really Oh really. Also she's of course the head coach of the Olympic team as well which my gosh. How cool is that? I I mean this is just an awesome get. I know. She's wonderful and she wants to speak to as many people as she can but I am truly truly humbled that she would come on our little show and speak to us. The Basketball Fan. Speak to you the women's basketball supporter. So let's get right to it on this week. Show number one in the land and nobody can take that away from them. At coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks Dawn Staley..
"dawn" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Returning to our story. Lisa tackle pregnant with her. First Child has been killed by a shotgun blast. Investigators of quickly zeroed in on two suspects. Lisa's husband who may have been involved with another woman and a neighbor who had an ongoing beef with a couple. But Lisa's grieving family is only at the beginning of a long legal odyssey. Starting with a bombshell arrest and leading up to an explosive secret revealed from beyond the grave here again Dennis Murphy. It was Sunday the morning after Lisa. Tackle had been shot to death but it wasn't a day of rest for the tackles and called us. They had to discuss arrangements. One of the saddest words and languages. Arrangements have have to make arrangements. I must have been unreal. Grief-stricken todd decided to stay home by himself while the rest of his family and the tackles met in a park. Seth was there but under instructions from his lawyer not to speak about the case he shirt an emotional moment with Lisa's sisters and her mother. Tracy the first thing seth grab the girls and hug the girls and said they did it. We all have. Seth told him we love when investigators finished their forensic work inside the trail. Tracy Seth in his parents out there to retrieve some things very tough. I was just amazed the way it looked. Crime Scene Techs all over and over. I guess I went into Dad Mode. And try to protect seth low bid and I wanted to cover up the bed. What was your thinking there? I just wanted to see the blood. How was your boy dealing with all this and these hours after? I think he was just shocked. That Sunday wasn't a day of rest for the men and women trying to solve the crime. Either investigators were focusing on the murder weapon. And we're working elite on a twelve gauge Mossberg shotgun. It belonged to seth's friend Lucas. How who'd been rooming with Seth Lisa and had just moved out. We showed look at this photograph taken upset at his home. If you look in the upper right hand Corner Lucas. The gun rack is your Mossberg in that BRAC metal. Lucas talked to about the gun on the day of the murder untold took it with me should be there. But his twelve gauge wasn't there when crime scene techs scoured the trailer and cops new another place. It wasn't on the list of guns kept at the House that Seth had written out for the D. CIA AGENT. Investigators felt certain the Mossberg was used to kill. Lisa bought. Big Question remains. Where is it as what we want to know? Where is the gun? That same Sunday morning a team began searching the big beautiful piece of property were set and Lisa were starting married life and preparing to raise a family. Deputy Mardi wonder when working his first ever homicide case was back at the scene not too long into the Sunday morning. Search over here by this big old tree. What do you hear? I hear? We've got it. You know shotgun here. They were going nuts. There was the Mossberg in the tall grass about twenty yards from the back door of the trailer. That was a huge development. In case was I think everyone's you know nude double or triple found. Ballistics would later match the Mossberg with slugged. It killed the pregnant Lisa. Investigators could fill in one big box on their checklist. Murder weapon next. They worked on possible motives. Was it a neighbor with vendetta or a husband lusting after another woman. State Agent Birmingham and Deputy Phillips decided to have a talk with sess work friend Rachel. We interviewed her on Tuesday. May Twenty ninth. Don't tricks here? Someone has lost. Two people lost their life over the course of two hours. Birmingham and Phillips Peel. Back the layers of Rachel's relationship was set. They were having kind of an ongoing relationship. There are sexually explicit text message. There are pictures sexually explicit pictures sent back and forth but it never went in anything else tummy I love. You better. Sounds like there were making out rather than having sex. Yes that's correct Perez. He's telling me how pretty is now. He'd like to be with me but I always made it clear that he is married and has a wife and he's having a baby and I don't wreck families. Rachel told the investigators. The says she knew couldn't be a murderer but it surprised with south was a suspect and if he did fire that shotgun blast that would place. Rachel at the heart of a murderous love triangle. That's why I feel so guilty. 'cause I don't want to leave because of me. The next day deputies Phillips and Wonderland were back at the neighbor Bryant Pizza.
"dawn" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"On the main street of tiny agency Iowa. Bad News traveled fast. A pregnant woman was dead. And gunman was on the loose. Just as quickly fear took the roost at twenty three year old. Reserve Sheriff's deputy was shot and killed at her home in the town of agency. She was five months pregnant. Lisa's murder was the first in the farm town in fifteen years. Deputy Don Phillips seen here on schooling crime scene tape had a personal stake in cracking the case. Lisa's dad is one of his best friends. Todd and I began the same year. The sheriff's office together had watched Lisa grow up. I just reassuring that will figure this out. We'll find out who did this. So whatever's happened here is really within your family. The law enforcement family in the county correct. We're small sheriff's office. We know everybody we know each other's kids and and extended families and they also knew something about that guy next door Brian Tate. Ever since the first deputies arrived at sunrise they'd been peaking across the barbed wire. Just how dangerous was this fussing neighbor were they another shotgun? Blast away from finding out at one that afternoon. Eight hours after Lisa was shot. Deputy Phillips and a team of investigators were ready to confront the neighbor so the decision is made. We gotta talk to Brian Tape. Yes he was definitely a person of interest that we need to talk to. Did you put your body armor on? Yes I did Mardi Wonderland did too. He was preparing for anything. Even a shootout strapped up. Were already ready for business. Mardi was in the backup car while Deputy Philipson partner drew line of fire detail approaching Bryant tape for an interview his our prime suspect. It's very possible in all of our minds that he just shot and killed. Lisa as the Phillips team walked slowly up to the Tate House. Mardi and chief deputy provided cover in the driveway. My and my my rifle out locked and loaded had the red dot turned on if things popped off. We were ready nerve screaming. Everyone was poised for battle every one. But it turned out Brian. Take he wasn't armed or belligerent. They could all exhale as we walked up there. He was accommodating. Got Some chairs out force. This Brian Tate Ryan. Brian did and we sat down in his front yard in the Front Yard in lawn chairs. His mother and brother by his side. No shotgun inside so the cops turned on the recorder and started asking questions so yes them five. Am where were you Yes he said. He was in bed in his basement bedroom. Sleeping off a higher dose of medication. For his schizophrenia. I went to bed about eight thirty out for MOM. Dead Bell Ride Asleep. Didn't hear nothing didn't get up 'til eleven. He said he was still asleep when the shooting must have happened before dawn. Tate's mother corroborated his fifteen hour. Sleep Alibi go the cops full. Well mothers can often be biased. Witnesses anything last night I was in bed and normally I would have been up doing guard duty with all this happened but I'm schizophrenic. Paranoid Guard duty. The EX military man called himself a sergeant major and walked the picket on his property. Line vigilant ever since. His property had been littered with DOG FECES. His barn pelted with rocks. Deputy Don Phillips knew all about the vandalism complaint dated vile key and Todd Caldwell were the deputies who responded to Tate's house just eleven days earlier they downplayed his complaints then and thought he was a crank off his meds. You said earlier. Ryen that you. You'd sit outside here at night. Yeah when's the last time you did that? Bill it's been a good week or so. There's they don't want me to do our duty anymore. They want me to get sleep. Take more medications to calm quiet guy until vandalism started and then you're just like a different person. I was Mister Nice guy for a long time at done me. No good people took advantage of me. So I'm kind of taken a different approach to life right now. More serious and more not such a nice guy after venting about the vandalism. The forty minute interview was over but investigators were done. They'd be back to question tate again. So what did you think you have when you get back in your vehicle? We still had a WHO DOWN IN OUR MIND BUT LISA STEP. Mom and sister had no doubts whatsoever. I thought it was Brian Tate. But investigators knew they still had to talk to the husband. When agent scheduled an official interview is set for that same day. It didn't sit well with amy. Is this how you treat grieving husbands and I I started crying? I'm they're thinking they're being so mean to them. We gotta do that would be cop. Seth tackle agreed completely. He knew the spouse had to be ruled out. He said he was eager to get crossed off the suspect list as soon as possible so he went downtown and instructed. His parents know lawyers. I remember chain. Do we need to go get a lawyer? He was adamant he said he said I. I have nothing to hide. I don't need a lawyer. Was that a mistake. Simpson told his story to one familiar face after another at the scene. But now he'd be talking to an elite state interrogator and the tone of the investigation was about to change. Coming up deputies. Learned that seth maybe hiding something until that sat at a track phone to kind of a secret foam dateline continues.
"dawn" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Lisa tackle was dead in her own bed. Her distraught husband. Seth was outside shirtless and barefoot. When Lisa's little sister Presley arrived all she could do was try to comfort him. By the time I got there. They had stuff taped off and I went up and I just gave the longest seem like the longest tug over your best friend. A south was inconsolable and acting out. I went over to him when I first got there. I tried hugging me. Push me away. Punched his truck and I said don't let me see your hand. Todd offered to take seth back to his house but Doug tackle knew this was a moment. His son should be with him. Bad is Bob and we just had cried. Mardi wonder working. His first homicide was the first deputy to speak to say has echo bascom. What happened look through the overwrought husbands sobbing? A story started to emerge basically tells me that he was in the shower. Getting Ready to go to work. And here's a gun. Go off Gillo. He's been some sort of intruder. Yeah that's what. He's telling me that someone came in while he was in the shower shot. Lisa and wearing away before he could catch him out. I can't figure it out. Lisa's father todd. Thought he'd figured it out and already had a suspect now. Todd's rage was directed at the neighbor on the other side of the fence topped with barbed wire a fifty six year. Old Disabled Army veteran named Brian Tate. I just remember saying go getting getting now and I thought they better get him before. I do Brian. Tate had been embroiled in an escalating feud with his neighbors Lisa. And Seth Todd knew all about it and was certain. His daughter was now dead because of this. Is this combination of bad blood going on for months time or more now. It started about two months before the murder. Seth pulled a dead deer off the road along the Property Law. Brian Tate later tossed to hide under sess property. Seth tossed back and the battle was on tape. Made several calls to the county complaining about nasty acts of vandalism. Todd coldwell responded to one in April and take pointed the finger at his young neighbor. Steph steph tackle tackle. His Dad owns. They're good people really are now this. Guy Brian Does. He know that you're the father-in-law the neighbor. No and I don't want to tell because I don't want that to affect maybe what he does or doesn't do and he thinks that's the source of his trouble right. Those people over the trailer property across the way Makassar Ryan told the dog feces and rocks had been ruled at his home. He then showed todd the evidence. He described the vandalism of his home in stark terms. He says he thinks he's earned acts of terrorism. And you know kind of a Abell goes off like terrorism's kind of weird word to us. And the whole time half the time I guess he sending areas. I notice a shotgun laying on the ground. You know unlike an aunt makes me. Yeah Yeah exactly so twitchy. The Todd set a heads up. Email warning fellow deputies about date that he might be dangerous. I'm thinking I don't want to be the reason. The deputy goes out there and gets hurt. Okay well if you go out there and be careful. Take maybe ten ninety six which means mentoring challenge. In fact take did have a history of mental illness. He'd been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic. Seth's mother Lorraine A- social worker used to dealing with mental patients was worried and talked to both seth and Lisa about their neighbor. She was terrified. This was when things were escalating. They thought that they can handle whatever and but they they were fearful. I was fearful on. May Fifty just eleven days before Lisa was killed and agitate made another call complaining that the vandalism the terrorism was getting worse. Todd responded again. This time accompanied by fellow. Deputy Dawn Villers Abba conversation with yelled that kind of conversation with you and I don't understand why you're on your voice I you're right. I am not listen. Did you think he was a risk that this is a guy who was capable of flipping out I did? I did and now lease. It was dead and the trailer was a crime scene. Mardi wonderful the first deputy at the scene already knew all about Brian Tate and a zero in on him as his candidate for prime suspect. All the direction is heading across. The fence to this guy was named Brian tape. It is and police decided it was time to pay a visit to take the armored up and got out there long guns not knowing what they're suspect might do. If you're ballsy enough to break into a house shoe Lisa and make it back out balls enough to just about anything coming up cops confront their man and my rifle out locked and loaded.
"dawn" Discussed on StoryCorps
"That's dawn Sarah and Osma in Saint Paul Minnesota they first came came to story core strangers and left his friends and something else came of. All this in two thousand sixteen asthma's case inspired a new hate crime bill in Minnesota in a soda offering more protection for victims conversations. Like the one you heard in this episode are being recorded as part of one. Small Step Story Kors effort hurt to remind people across political divides of our shared humanity to learn more visit our website story core dot org. That's all for for this episode of the story core podcast. This episode was produced by Judd. St Kendall Sylvie Luau me. Our engineer is Jarrett Floyd he also wrote and produced our theme song. Our production assistant is eleanor. Vasiliy Zara Krim is our intern fact. Checking by not Sumi. Aji Saka special thanks to Emily Martinez in story core facilitators Roslyn Amande Line Anwar to see what music we used in this episode. Go to story core dot org where you can also check out. Original artwork created for this this season by artist Lindsay Mound. Join US next week. When we'll talk about the great Thanksgiving listen a national effort to empower young people and people of all ages to record an interview with an elder mentor? Friend or someone they admire using the free story core APP. Imagine what we'd find out if we just ask ask. Is there anything you WanNa tell me that you've never told me before. And what if we took the time to really listen. You know if you keep talking and talking and nobody's listening to you. That's that's the kind of frustration. People feel any just explode for the story core podcast. I'm Jasmine Morris thanks for listening.
"Bowl This is Dawn Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter when we talk about employee engagement as a two way street and one of our pieces of the pie is communication what we mean okay that is there needs to be communication from both sides it's not just the manager telling the employees what he expects what the zolt he wants our it's also the employees speaking about the conditions of her workplace of priorities needing more guidance in certain areas or less guidance and and certain other ones it's that two-way dance of communication and feedback and it's both sides so for example we know of young employee who is doing an amazing job in her position she's been in the position for about six months she's even gotten employee of the month for two months once in a row and she feels completely overwhelmed she is stressed she leaves most days feeling like she's a failure because there are so many things left undone on her to do list she's being asked if certain projects have been completed and she's trying to get them completed by the deadline Bayer supposed to be completed the problem is things keep getting piled onto her plate and she's not saying anything part of it is because she expects from herself we all have very high expectations of ourselves don't we that she should is be able to get it all done she could work faster more efficiently she could come up with a better system or a process to get it all done and the fact of the matter is it may not be that she can actually get it all done there's a story of when and my husband mark before we got married but we were an item we were we were a thing we were a couple decided to move from California to Maryland and so he drove out here and his car full of stuff and six months later we flew back out to California to get the rest of us from a storage unit we gave ourselves three days to clean out the storage unit and then drive the Penski truck across the United States from California Maryland we had it all planned out wonderfully well the problem is this job that we had lauded three days to was a five day job and no matter how we sliced it no matter how much harder or longer we worked this five day job was going to take five days not three not four but five at one point probably by day two and a half when we realized we aren't finishing this tomorrow even if we stayed up all night worked around the clock there is no way we can finish it we said well maybe it's a four day job and so we get into day three same thing it really doesn't matter if we work all night long and into the next day day four it's not going to get done it really needs to be a five day job and by the end of the five days we got the entire storage unit cleaned out into the truck it was it was a huge endeavor and while that was not a great experience a lot of stress all of it doesn't matter how I have arranged things or scheduled things to complete particular project this project is going to take as long as it takes an just because I've arbitrarily chosen three days because that's the amount of time I thought we had it was a five day job and it was outside of our control now says we had having that experience taught me I only have so much control over hosting duties enrolls it's actually not possible for her to get it all done.
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"Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter group with the people thrive companies thrive podcast. The following is an interview I did with leeann Pacino, author of the new book sit your way to success, which is all about the psychology of sitting what chair you, choose, whether it be in a sales call a meeting a conference a presentation, even family dinners or entertaining at home. It's a fascinating book. And I think you'll enjoy the conversation, I had with leeann and how you can sit your way to success. Hi, this is dawn Schuler, and I'm here with my very good friend and talented colleague, Lianne, Sheena, who is the author of brand new book, sit your way to success. And I am a huge fan. I've read it twice. It's my bible because now before I go into a meeting, I'm gonna read it, and I think it's something needs to be shared with a world. And I'm really excited to have leeann with me today to tell us more about books, so the aunt woke up, thank you, Don. I appreciate you having me on your podcast absolutes honor, because I've listened to some of your other ones, and I know you always say having the right people in the right seat in which seat, they sit in, in a meeting can make a difference to look lever. You are. Love that love that. You're right. Right. See, I have to tell you this. I was in a meeting couple of weeks ago. I read your book twice, and the way it was set up, I was thinking, okay. I don't like the seats that are available. So I took the best one, according to what you share in, in the book, and, and then we needed to Edwards here. So the cheer that I wanted the seat that I wanted got placed and it was amazing how different I felt sitting in the right seat for the dynamics of that particular meeting. And I thought, oh I can't wait till the end because I just felt Mayan tire energy shift now that I read your book. I know why that is I might have had that same feeling but not really recognize it understood why now I am seeing y so leeann toast a little bit about the book. Why, why might think that this is such a gold mine? What's in it? Well, I the reason I wrote the book I started in tier designs, I've always been in the corporate world helping people with different companies in designing they're office spaces. And of course, every office space is going to have a meeting space of some type, whether it's a conference, a large multipurpose, small, small, conference rooms and private offices. So I I always designed all of that in early on in my career. And especially for designers, they don't teach us. What is what I discovered more input in the book, so, you know, you design these spaces and not ever really you'd think about how they're gonna use them, but not the full purpose, and then I went into sales, and in my company creatively communicate, it's all about how you say it in the reason, being is in sales have gone through a lot of sales training and they don't you know, in the in the process. It's all excellent. They don't teach you how to say it in a specially. How just where you sit in accordance with your prospect can make a difference in your sale and started to learn this through trial in air in the nest studying body, language you learn even more, I thought where is all of this is not in one spot in its things that we do every day in every sales in every meeting, and yet, we do it. Subconsciously unconsciously in it can affect the outcome. So that was kinda reason where what I would mention it to some people like, oh, that's brilliant. Never thought about that, and doing more and more research and just pulling it all together. And putting it in one place. So I've had a lot of fun. Putting it together as well. And it's just things like tell people, you know, sales the arc in science of sales is difficult is can be fun can be frustrating. And when you sit down with a client just where you sit if I can get you twenty percent closer to the close of a sale, then why not pay attention where you sit is if. I think I can get you on the path to success before you ever start your first word in essence. So it's like sitting closer to success. Yes. Oh, I like that. One too can also. That's a great one. So is this primarily just for sales people? No, I pulled together. There's it starts with conference meeting. So if your leader in a company or even a small business owner, you're going to have different conference meetings, and it's, it's one chapter is just on that I have one on sales meetings, and then what about large event meeting? So if you're a speaker, you can utilize a lot of information when you're tending, there's also some key key tips in there. And even if you're a teacher, it's how we present in a room. So there's different research that I found as well that where you sit in a classroom where your student does will have an impact on their learning potential in the retention, and then go into private offices in a lot of people don't realize that their furniture is the non verbal language that before people ever enter their office away. It's arranged enough for it. South gives away their leadership style, unless they heir to the office in heaven. Say, but in most companies that I've worked with over the last thirty plus years. A lot of people have say or they're gonna personalize it so they in their leadership style. They send nonverbal languages again before meeting ever starts, whether it's with an employee or a potential prospect on or potential employee of bender. They're sending these signals and a lot of times, we don't think about what signals or sending and we can do it with the furniture and the way, we're going to meet with the people, and then I go into restaurant meetings, so people still will have some restaurant means if they take a prospect out. And then I just threw a chapter discount have some fun about homemade home entertaining. Is it affects everything of where you sit in accordance in your purpose of your meeting? Absolutely. And enjoy your book. I just I didn't realize that there were so many applications. Right. And, and really I mean now this is in my head, and so it really is effecting time. I said, like, okay, what's the best place? What's the purpose? I think that's one of the brilliant things about your book, is you really delve into what's the purpose of the meeting was the purpose of this as and like you said, what you said, this is how I took it in the tone that you want to convey love by DEA of if you're a manager, and you're having meetings in your office kind of leader, what kind of manager argue and how you are arrangement of, of your office, your setup chairs can either support that or hinder it. And if you're not. Unaware of it can be detrimental yet any. No, you can walk into office politics, if you don't know the office, politics, actually a conference meeting any pending upon size of. I've sold some furniture whether some really large conference room. So typically, they're probably six eight all ten to twelve in that range, there, some that are even larger where you may have twenty to thirty people in a room in some of these large corporations. And, you know, the politics are really shown in bows, Europe, in the DC area and government is still the deep polit political structure is very strong. I'm here in Austin, Texas, and it's interesting all the, the most of the clients. Now call on are more the startups more technology and they, they have their work environment. More typical to what you'd expect Google or Facebook. So it's more that open environment airy collaborative it's a whole different environment. And when I started thirty years ago in Minneapolis with IBM and three m you know, the big Blue's that everything was very structured, and you want that authoritative in von manager. Her and boy, if you got that corner office men, you arrived, and you wanted everyone to mental it out. It's, you know, we have some CEO's, I wanna sit right in the middle of all their employees in its wide open environment. So it's just interesting. The difference and all of that conveys in the culture, I know that you, you understand cultural, the culture of, of different businesses and some, some people thrive in that and some don't and again where they sit in accordance to that can make a difference. For was lifting to you reminded me of a TV show called lie to me, and I think it was on and maybe early to mid two thousands, and I can't think of the, the guy's name that was the main dive he studied, he called micro expressions. He could tell if somebody was was lying or the truth for expressions with one episode where they were, they were dealing with a Japanese company, and he waited as they all came in to see some of those politics dynamics based on where they sat kind of this deference, they might you know, because we're going to defer to the, to the manager the leader in this meeting, and that just made me think of that's Utah, top gang made me think of that particular episode in, in light of me. And it made me think why now I wanna go. Back and watch it. See if there's anything about seating, and placement because what you're saying, as you could observe a room a meeting and based on, perhaps where people unconsciously subconsciously take their seats might reveal something about where they are the pecking order, how they feel is that would you agree with that? I definitely agree with it. And I go into some of that in the book so people can understand some of that. And by the way, I love that show lie to me because the micro expressions as you're talking to try to remember the gentleman who started all that in, in the name is escaping me, 'cause I've done a lot of reading and research on that to any goes into the body language. And so, when you walk into a conference room, you know, if you're the leader in, you're sitting what I call the power position. So at the end of the table, a typical rectangle table, you're gonna be sitting on the short end and you can see everyone and depending upon the length of the table where people sit if they don't have a sign position. Where they sit also reveals a lot on a personality. So you and I are certified in personality science. So we know that the people who say, if they said in the middle of the table, they wanna be amongst their friends. They, you know they're going to be the big team player and that tells us something about their personnel. They don't wanna be out front. They just wanna be the team player and what can't we just all get along? We know. If you have the person who, you know, they're really strong thinker their base more on the facts in the knowledge in they want to observe in. They talk that much 'cause they're more observing in, when there's a point to be made they'll make it if it doesn't make sense, they won't so there if I'm the leader sitting at one end. They're probably going to be sitting towards the other end. They don't need to be by me. They're just gonna kinda listen. They probably they don't need that the strong. I contact and if you have the person who is more out front, we like to call that action person, the, they're more talent. They need to be heard. They're gonna sit closer to the leader. And especially if they want to be the next leader in the company, they're going to be sitting to the right or the left of that person that power position. And then if the if it's someone that is more into organization, and systems, while depending upon their purpose and role of at meeting, they're going to be probably more strategic of where they sit in probably want to sit closer to the leader and be able to support them in that regard or they might. On the other end because what's interesting too, is depending upon your company politics, if you have a, the main leader on one end of the table, and then on the other end, they're supportive now you really have this balance in leadership, and the two can help the meeting flow and depending upon if you want to persuade on new ideas, they can help that in the conference. Meaning is things that maybe you don't think about where you want people to sit, and especially if you know you have someone that is going to be against your idea. You're gonna have opposition. So, you know, I also think of been in city council or in some of those places where, if you if you know, you're gonna have some of that to deal within your meeting while where you strategically sift those people is going to affect the way the outcome is gonna is gonna Kerr because if you haven't defensive in there, they're already fighting against each other. When they sit down before they say a word it's back to sport. Support your end goal. Well so there's not to manipulate. That's not. Necessarily the purpose..
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