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Fresh update on "dean" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Lions Thanks Carol President Biden says the new omicron variant of the coronavirus is of concern but not a cause for panic The sooner or later we're going to see cases of this new variant here in the United States We'll have to face this new threat just so we face those that come before Biden is searching Everyone to become fully vaccinated On Friday he imposed a travel ban from several South African nations where the new variant is prevalent But Baylor's doctor Peter hotez dean of the national school of tropical medicine tells Bloomberg travel bans simply don't work By the time we identify a variant it's already gone global And so I think a lot of this is based on optics where especially in the European Union and now the U.S. they want to show that they're doing something And unfortunately it's incredibly self defeating Protest says raising the vaccination rate is the best way to tackle the new variant Congress is back in Washington and has a busy month ahead according to Bloomberg government Emily Wilkins They've got that shutdown deadline on December 3rd then moving a couple weeks to December 15th They have the debt limit That's going to need to be raised We're still seeing a standoff between Republicans and Democrats over that You also have that social welfare and tax plan known as the build back better from President Biden Bloomberg government semele Wilkins says the house has approved that proposal but its fate in the Senate still unknown Opening statements are underway in the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell prosecutors say the 59 year old was a predator who recruited and groomed underage girls for the late financier Jeffrey Epstein the sexually abused Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries.
Fresh update on "dean" discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"Is as bad as what I'm used to paying. Okay. No, I'm looking now. Probably 50 to a $100 less than what I usually pay. Okay, well, you're welcome. Think of me. Thank you. Perfect. Very good. Thank you, dean. We appreciate you stopping by. We'll talk to you again before Christmas, okay? Sounds good. Have a great day guys. All right. Everyone. Bye. Bye. I said happy cyber for Monday. You too. Well, thanks to the end for stopping by now. Let's hear from one of our listeners who did a song for us for radiothon. I don't know. I think this was maybe one of the first years that we did radiate on. By the way, today would be radio Sunday. And I have to say, I'm glad we didn't do a tissue. I know a lot of people miss it and all that. But I would be, I'd be an hour hour two right now. And my house would be full of people and I would have been working for the last month a hundred hours a week. I don't know how I would have fit it in. I don't know how we fit it in. But anyway, in the past, there's been some listeners that have done some great songs. And here is mo who did this one. Hello, Jamie, hello Glenn. Hey in the control booth, Koch Jen, full of wisdom, y'all are funny, and you're advertisements make me spend my money, or see husbands, doctor Yang, Elena too..
"dean" Discussed on Aria Code
"The tradition of composers writing roles for specific singers goes back way into the sands of time to the very beginnings of opera. It's not a new thing, but it is new in the sense that so much of our operatic repertory has been for so long a museum repertory where we're constantly reviving older pieces, so that singers are used to opening up a score and that's it, you know, maybe in a handle Arya or a Bel contour, they can ornament it. But other than that, they are stuck with what Mozart wrote for his sister in law with the freaky high voice. And they have to sort of fit into a role like Cinderella into the glass slipper. However, there's a great luxury and a great opportunity to be part of a creative process when a singer gets to collaborate with a composer and particularly composer who is as collaborative as Brett dean is. When you're a rehearsal studio for any opera, there comes a point no matter what show is. However, while it's known, whether director says, oh, for God's sake, if only Mozart were in a room. What the hell did he mean by the end of Don Giovanni about what hell am I supposed to do? And for this process, you can do that. Brittain was sitting three meters away with a score during a pencil and you could say Brett want earth who thinking when you wrote this music and he went oh, I thought this and this and this. And you go, oh, okay, fine. And sometimes he would say, look, I've written this, but actually, having seen what you want to do with the role or have you seen the staging or having, you know, just things like balance, you know, this doesn't work. I can't hear you. So let's put it off an octave. Or let's, you know, let's rewrite it. And so the day of the first night, I was emailed a new setting off this page of music. I was like, oh good, and I learned that in the interval. I mean, thankfully, glad bond has an hour and a half interval. So that was quite, you know, that was quite interesting and it's a perfect example of what happens when you have the composer living and in the room. They can change things as later as first night. The vocal and dramatic demands of the role of Hamlet are really quite formidable and a lot of that has to do with Alan Clayton. His capacity says an artist and all of that is written into this role. I had a sort of mini breakdown, not long afterwards. I got home and I was to go straight to Frankfurt to do a new again. And I got in the cab to the airport. And I just let my girlfriend during the process of Hamlet. I'd moved how straight afterwards. My dad is dad. I don't have a relationship with my mom. So there's all these sort of things. I think I was in the cab to the airport. I said, I don't think I can go to Frankfurt tomorrow. I don't think I can start rehearsals. And so I went to terminal 5 at Heathrow, I went to the bar before security, and I just watched my flight go the departed until it said left. It departed. And I got on a cab went straight home, and I said to my agent, I'm really sorry. I'm not going to rehearsals before. Can you please? Apologize to Frankfurt. For me, this is awful. I mean, I've never done anything so I'm profession in my life. But it was just those few months of everything going on with the terminal of everything. And it was what that was the reaction that my mind and body took. So Brett brilliantly uses a version of the speech that people know less well, which is from Q one, the bad quarto, which is basically a pirated copy of the play. This is what we call a memorial reconstruction of Hamlet. In other words, it's the play as remembered by somebody who was in it. It makes a deliberate decision to say, not to be or not to be, that is the question, but to be or not to be either the point. As the point and you think, yeah, kind of 7 other go. You're nearly there. So yes, Brett has very cleverly taken something that we think we know. And set it doubly in ways that wake us up. First of all, using a version of the speech, which was the first ever published version of it. And secondly, by setting it to music. The accompaniment continues in a very sparse way, very delicate pianississimo as quiet as can be. And the vocal line gradually gradually ramps up a little higher a little higher. Set in a very fragmentary way, a lot of rest between these sort of halting phrases. To die to sleep no more. And by a sleep to say we end the heartache and the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to. Tis a consummation devoutly to be wished to die to sleep. To sleep perchance to dream, there's the rub. For in that sleep of death, what dreams may come when we have shuffled off this mortal coil. Must give us cause. He's in so much pain that he thinks that death, nothingness would be better than the pain that he currently feels..
Beto O'Rourke Steps Into Texas Gubernatorial Race Against Abbott in 2022
"The Democrats have an agenda to try to turn Texas blue. They keep saying it's going to turn blue. Big news today, beto o'rourke, he's back. Running for governor challenging Greg Abbott, let me get the dean of Texas talk show hosts responds to that big breaking news. For those who don't remember 2018, beto o'rourke came out of virtually nowhere in El Paso member of Congress and managed to excite enough Democrats that he came to within two and a half percentage points of Ted Cruz, our biggest conservative rockstar. That was 2018. This is three years later. What's different now? Well, one thing he's running for governor and not for the Senate, the other thing is three years of time passing. The questions become, does he still have the same kind of moths to a flame drawing power for Democrats that he had three years ago? I think the short answer to that is yes. Democrats are naturally thrilled by the notion of having a rockstar like beto, run for governor. But you know what other kind of group beto energizes? Conservative voters. Who for three years have had a good solid memory of how crazy he is on the Second Amendment. In deeply wrong he is on boarders and the economy. He is saddled with the albatross of Joe Biden in this gubernatorial race. And so in taking calls on the fly about it, this very morning, I found two types of voters who were stoked that beto is running. Democrats ready to vote for him? Republicans ready to vote against him, so the key question is going to be which is the larger group. I think beto finishes closer to Greg Abbott, presuming he's the nominee. He does have competition. He finishes closer to Abbott than any other Democrat would have, but do I think beto is going to be the next governor of Texas? I decidedly do
Jeffrey Epstein faces trial by proxy: Ghislaine Maxwell
"Jury selection starts Tuesday in the trial of Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend Elaine Maxwell in Manhattan federal court opening statements are set for November twenty ninth in the highly anticipated trial Maxwell pleaded not guilty to charges she groomed underage victims to have unwanted sex with ABS dean he never went to trial but died by suicide behind bars after his arrest on multiple sex trafficking charges in twenty nineteen some of his accusers are expected to take the stand prosecutors say their evidence Maxwell knew that the victims including a fourteen year old were below the age of consent reports about Maxwell's address book have sparked speculation
"dean" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"To have him, and we were happy to have him. Okay. Which, again, is the thing of James Dean, as we learn about the episode, there were two sides to everything. And because he died so young, there's so many answers we don't really have. No. What we do have is then when he did move back, there is this relationship with a minister called doctor James Dewey. It's such an appropriate name because everything you hear about this man Katie is very weird. I think the most chilling detail but the spookiest detail I've read about him, Jake, is this big shrapnel hole he's got in his chest. So he's a single man, he's a minister. He lives with his mother, he likes taking groups of boys to the gym and suggests they swim naked. Several red flags already. There's a point where he takes the young James Dean for ride in his car, lifts up his shirt to show this shrapnel wound that he has sustained in the Second World War. And in an almost Christ like way, says put your fist in my wound. Oh my gosh, that is all many different flavors of wrong right there. The wound, the first, the Christ, everything. I don't like it. But the thing, I mean, talking about the various conflicting nuances here. It seems that while the suggestion is that he was sexually abused by this methodist minister, this man was also somewhat of a mentor to him and encouraged him in James was theatrically inclined and was interested in performance and bullfighting apparently was an interest of this minister and he kind of passed that on to James. So what was going on there? Throughout James things live. Those sort of four things. So what do we have about the speed, the acting, the bullfighting sorry things? They're forever in his life. They're things that he's constantly involved with. So this guy clearly had a big effect on his life. Well, I guess there is four things because the fourth thing is also the abuse and the relationship. Right. There's a couple of lines here, Katie, as well. So this may be throws a little bit more light on this very strange, disturbing relationship. There is something that James Dean is supposed to have said to the minister doctor the weird when he was in his teens, which is, I'm evil, aren't I?.
Dean Stockwell, ‘Quantum Leap’ Star, Dies at 85
"Actor dean Stockwell has died of natural causes at the age of eighty five according to his agent I marches are a letter with a look at his life Stockwell said in nineteen eighty nine he would not have gotten the role in the TV show quantum leap if he had not done the film married to the mob because nobody knew he could do comedy Stockwell's resume includes the films blue velvet airforce one in Paris Texas as well as the TV show Battlestar Galactica he was a child actor appearing with Frank Sinatra in anchors Aweigh and Margaret o'brien in the secret garden well I dream really young named his after the gold rush album after stock was never produced screenplay of the same name Stockwell designed the cover for young's album American stars and bars and he made sculptures out of
Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack
"Paul anka. It's so great to see you. I wanna ask you. You're sitting in front of a zillion gold records Where they happen to be your gold records for the most part of my keble michael jackson elvis presley other artists have been involved with most part a lot of those that are from nineteen fifty seven on. Now you worked with the folks. You you've mentioned. I mean i should mention this upfront. If i were better my job recently you've worked with drake the weekend Michael boob lay andrea bocelli. Olivia newton john. We were talking about your time with sinatra. How did it end up that you were working with what we today. Call the ratpac. No greater fan of dean martin than yours. Truly amazing that you knew these men. Well we have to go back to the beginnings you know the record business and the business that i was in was primarily run by the boys the boys mafia whatever and that was cool. There are great work for we knew what a position was but they ran everything they own the clubs the only record companies etcetera so when i started beginning success for young I realized who was working for. I realized you know how i was to be myself and i started working to copacabana. Which was the testing ground in new york city. I was successful. And i got the word that now that new york went very well. We're sending out to vegas to the boys and you're gonna work in vegas. So what year are we talking about. Big apartment what year we talking about. Fifty eight nine hundred fifty. Started sophie tucker. Which was i guess. My audition did well with her. And then it evolved into the sixties started working sands right from their youngest kid. Never worked there and here. I was with all these guys. Were my idols realizing that. Bobby darin frankie avalon still these kid idols. But we knew this at the end and we realized that we had to evolve survive into something else thus we had these guys that we looked up dean martin sammy and break so i like to sand started working and guys mentored me. They took me in. Because that's making money for them indirectly directly. The boys ran the place and we became very very
"dean" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dean. So nice to have you both here with us. It took this new show to finally get both of you to come on the show today. Come on much sooner. Just waiting for my invitation. Just waiting for my invitation. Tanya. You know, Amy, you know I can't speak for but Tanya I know has been a little busy on Sunday mornings. The last five years or so, Yeah. Hosted five years. You, you two You've been pulling double duty out on the morning. Getting us up on our latest entertainment, New right? I think I said 50 years ago, Uh, that bozo and the rest premiered. It's actually 60 years ago in the very studio where you will premiere this new show tomorrow. Uh, it's got to be and you know what else to Dean? The funny thing is the last five years of boho were directed by Steve Novak, who will also be directing our show. I'm sorry about that. Oh, we love Steve loves we love Steve. Steve is, uh, great friend for decades. And it was producer and director of the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy telethon for which he and I and I worked very closely for decades. He produced and directed the many breast cancer specials and also specials that we did on WGN as well. So you are in very, very good hands with Steve Novick. Uh, Amy talk a little bit about what daytime Chicago was going to be. Oh, you know, we're going to do a little bit of everything I heard you mentioned earlier. Like cooking. We're gonna students and cooking. We're going to be doing some fashion. We're going to be doing some parenting. We're going to be doing just all the lifestyle stuff that happens. You know, before your 9 to 5 day, really, you know, managing relationships, both of co workers and friends And you know if you're single, if you're dating if you're married, we're kind of good. Tackles a little bit of everything, and then also highlight all the cool things happening in and around the Chicago Land area. I know you guys have been getting ready, Tanya. What? What are some of the things that you've got planned? Uh, you know some of the topics and things that you're going to be dealing with in your first shows. They're really excited. Yes. I'm really excited. Tomorrow. We have a special guest. Um, I don't know. Amy. Should I tell people who it is? Yeah, because we want them to tune in. Uh, first lady Amy, showman. Wow. Be joining us on the show. Yeah, Exactly. A lot of people know her name. But can you actually say you could actually heard her speak? Have you actually heard her talk about any of her passion projects? Just do you really know anything about her? So we'll be diving into that with her. We're really excited that he agreed because she has turned down so many interview requests, but he granted hours and we are excited, so we'll hear from her. Uh, yes. So excited. Our friend Mario Rizzotti step will be joining us. She cooked up some dishes. We, You know, we play a little game. We just having a little fun. You know, we're sandwiched in between the morning show and the noon show And we know these days, especially the news is quite happy. Um, so we just want to take that one hour to take a break. Have a little fun last Um, you know, just just just have a good time. We're like your friends were just having a conversation. We're talking about all the things that you'd be talking about at the water cooler if you were at work, or if you're out at the park late to other moms as they're taking their kids out for a walk, or if you're at the bar hanging out with your friends, Those are the things that will be done here. You know, It was so funny. You were talking about tomatoes. I'm getting off track here a little bit. But you were talking about tomatoes rate. So Friday during one of our rehearsals. Jeanette, The production manager, came in and made me to a lot of which are basically is that it's a popular Mexican drinking tomato juice and yellow and hot sauce and everything like that is both a V and I were like, Okay, well, we're not fans of tomato juice, and so we tried it and we're like, not act up the T O earlier in the week he made Yeah, I think about that one. Actually, she actually made the cocktails. Yeah. Wow. She made Moscow mules earlier in the week, which worked out list. Yes, it was 10 o'clock. It was 10 o'clock, and we were drinking oclock someplace, Tanya. Right. There you go. There you go. So we're just going to be honest, we were hanging out at the happen fun buttons, and we hope everybody will cut loose, But, yeah, well, you know, that's uh, you know, for years we've had Rachel Ray, Come on. Right after the morning news, which meant you know we could take our time cleaning up all the empty cans of old style that we usually throw throw into the studio. We're going to have to be, uh, you know, much more fastidious and our cleaning efforts. On the morning show. Join us there and come join us. You know, I'll warn you. I mean, we haven't had guests in studio with us, uh, for quite some time because of the pandemic, But one of these days don't be surprised if there's a donkey in the hallway or You know, you never know. On that morning show what could be happening out in the hallway and now the fund will continue into 10 o'clock with you guys. Yeah, we're really looking for definitely. Tom, you can take a deep dive on since you're talking about how it's historic Studio One is she's taking a deep dive on studio one on her show, so people can really see some of the history in there because it's such a cool state, right? You know, everybody doesn't know that there's still part of the bozo set in there. Still, that's right. Uh, we got we got some big shoes to fill, literally and figuratively right up until they have completely remodel not completely remodeled the studio because As you say, part of the bozo set still remains in that studio. You'll be able to see it when you tune in tomorrow. But up until recently, you know, they redid the floors and you know, but have, like all new furniture and everything. It's Really beautiful. You could see the tape marks that were on the floor for 40 years where they used to do the grand Prize game. And people could you know, people were always thrilled to see where this is where the buckets were, and this is where the kids put their toes. Under the line, you know to play the game. It's a very, very historic studio. So cool. Yeah, the whole building. It's I mean, it's just amazing. I mean, I've been in the building since I think when I first started, I was still with the L T. V. And we moved in. And what 9 4000 and seven One of those days. One of those years we moved in, and I was still amazed to be in that building. It's so much history in our building and so much, You know, it's such a family that's still amazes me, too. The day you walked into my house, and it's Hey, you're speaking to people by name. Hey, Dean. Hey, Amy, you know, hate your job, You know, Mike No. Several mix Several George's several John forget, You know, you're speaking everybody by name, and it is just so cool does that you know you talk about the good old number nine is really is the good old number nine and it's so much fun,.
Conservatives Need To Stand Up Against Vaccine Mandates
"Let's talk to jeff from plymouth michigan. I'm reading this correctly. His son plays college hockey in their mandating. The vaccine jeff you there. Yes i charlie. Did i get that my you did. plays college hockey vantage mandated may vaccine with religious and medical exemption consideration. Road zone letter got denied. We have a meeting with the dean tomorrow. Just kind of wondering if you had any thoughts. And i have a letter from a priest you know religious conviction conscience etcetera etcetera Just kind of wondering any other thoughts or ideas about how to To twist the arm so to speak about For providing for an exemption for what school. I'm just curious. Lawrence tech lawrence tech and that is of course in in michigan app saris lawrence technological university's about a four or five thousand students private university in southfield michigan. Let me ask you. Your son plays hockey. Has he's played hockey his whole life. This means a lot to him right. So this is basically yes to make a decision to take a specific piece of medicine or forsake. His dreams that am. I understanding that correctly. That is correct these yup and he's already decided he's not taking the vaccine. He'll give up hockey's because he's not taking the vaccines for for a number of and it's not the lisa which is appeased feces and knees. Bend the pro life. March may times in dc spend standing in front of abortion no with us for twelve years etcetera etcetera. So no way. He's getting the vaccine buddy shirts. But at the same time heartbreaking that he has to give up his you know sports and play fighters old well. And so i. I just wanna say while you're still in the line here jeff that you should be praising your son for his courage and his moral conviction the lord will bless him for that and there will be another place for in the play. Hockey will will help find him one if we have to. I know thousands of college athletes. That are in the same position there. I'm happy to offline. give you some piece of advice. So if you just email me freedom. At charlie kirk dot com. I'm going to connect you with someone who has actually helped navigate this. Unfortunately you don't have a lot of legal recourse here conservatives. Need to stand up for people. Like jeff and his son and say that this is an overreach of power we as conservatives like limited government because we want people to be a live with their own natural rights
Lake Tahoe evacuees watching weekend with hope as fire slows
"Officials in California say they remain cautiously optimistic about efforts to fight that Caldor fire which is grown to more than two hundred and fourteen thousand acres with thirty seven percent containment he'll say the fire continues to move east but has been slowed down due to the rocky terrain cal fire operations section chief Jim Martin says that combined with favorable weather is keeping it from moving into south Lake Tahoe the incident continues to look better and better every day Eldorado National Forest supervisor dean Gould ad for grew a little over eight hundred acres yesterday that's a least a growth since day one all right that's pretty impressive but fire behavior analyst Stephen Palmer with cal fire says it's no time to let your guard down especially for the more than four thousand firefighters out there there's still a lot of heat out there there's still a lot of hot timber there's still a lot of tree stumps there's still a lot of potential for this fire to get out and move on us I'm Julie Walker
Who Are the Taliban's Leaders and Its Rank-and-File?
"The taliban took back control of afghanistan. There's been a lot of waiting wondering and worrying about how they will rule the country but we wanted to go bit more granular and ask who makes up the taliban today. It's not a simple question and we don't expect a simple answer. I'm lead hucker is going to take a stab at it. He's the editor of the afghan. I an independent media outlet and he's based in london. I'm eddie first. Question is about the person who's been named the head of the taliban led afghan government will abdelghani. Dr who is he well. He is from southern upon istana and he essentially cut his teeth in the outgun political battlefield during the soviet invasion and occupation he partook in was called the soviet jihad and obviously after the withdrawal of the soviet forces and the collapse of the puppet communist government we saw a surge in infighting amongst the mujahedeen and in one thousand nine hundred four essentially. What were a group of virginia dean. Commanders leaders and southern onto stone got together and formed a political organization called the taliban and now the taliban means literally students and as a social educational network existed for centuries in the south of the country from which malabo that is from. But this was the first time they became a political organization so malabo brought is essentially for all intents and purposes a co founder of. That's audubon a veteran. I wanna move to the rank and file members of the taliban who are they in terms of background education. Where they're from the rank and file it's difficult to sort of characterize them as a monolith however the way in which we could essentially characterize them as generally rural religiously educated so they are literally can read and they can write and generally very young. So almost you know. In that mid-twenties most of them don't remember the toddler bonds previous government in late nineteen ninety s rather their only real remembered experiences of living off the two thousand guantanamo
Who Is Shang-Chi? A Review of Marvel's Latest Blockbuster
"Who is chunky. And why should we care about him so strong. She has like pretty unique origins. As as it goes for marvel characters he was created by steve englehart and gemstar. Lynn in nineteen seventy. Three james stalin's the same guy that Creative thanos who who were all very familiar with absolutely inevitable. He really came. This came at the height of the phenomenon as sweeping across america after the success of daycare. Deans kung-fu series on abc. Which actually was the inspiration for this character. And really like after bruce. Lee's enter the dragon calms in like that really skyrockets. His his popularity in shanxi capitalizes off of that but at least for for the characters origins well like it was really unique character because he was built around his father and his father was a character that was licensed property off of Sacks roamers fu manchu. Who is as you likely now. Very very problematic figure and one of the most prolific Really pulp villains of the twentieth century. So this character really grows From that origin from that kind of lens of being for like a white audience at a time when they're just trying to go off of this this really craze of kung fu.
Creating the Oxford English Dictionary
"London physiological logical. Society is the oldest organisation in great britain dedicated to the study of language formed in eighteen. Forty two one of their first objectives was to create a list of the deficiencies of the english language by eighteen. Eighty four they had hatched the idea of creating a new dictionary. That would solve the problems. They saw in current dictionaries. The process of whoever was incredibly slow. It took until eighteen fifty seven to establish a committee to create a list of unregistered words. These are words that weren't in current dictionaries or were poorly defined. If this had been the extent of what the illogical society had done. I wouldn't be doing an episode about this. The man who headed up. The committee was richard chenevix-trench. Trench was an interested in just coming up with a list of unregistered words. His ambition was much greater the report he produced with something else entirely. His report was titled on some deficiencies in our english dictionaries. It detailed all of the problems with current english language dictionaries in the nineteenth century. He noted problems. With the lack of coverage of obsolete words histories of words synonyms of words in poor examples and illustrations of words. What trench propose wasn't just a dictionary like the society had considered in the past. Trench was proposing writing the dictionary the most comprehensive dictionary of the english language. It wouldn't just be a list of words but of all of the words no longer in use and the history of all the words and where they came from. This would be a massive massive undertaking in eighteen fifty-eight the illogical society formerly called for the creation of a new dictionary which they called a new english dictionary on historical principles. First order of business was hiring someone to be the editor. Trench wasn't able to take on the assignment. As he was appointed the dean of westminster abbey. The job fell to herbert coleridge. Coleridge was only twenty nine. When he was appointed in eighteen sixty he created the outline in strategy for the entire project. He began the system to categorize the hundreds of thousands of quotes which would be required.
Influential Educators: College President Mary Bunting
"Than a year. After henry's death. Mary was offered a new opportunity to become dean of douglass college. The women's college of rutgers university where she was a professor in nineteen fifty eight. Mary was invited to a national. Science foundation. committee created to improve the nation's performance in the field of science in a series of tests designed to figure out what blocked strong students from continuing into careers in science. Mary saw a big problem of all of the sixteen to nineteen year olds who scored in the top ten percent on aptitude tests and then did not go onto college. Ninety eight percent were women. The time women had serious. Barriers to access college education endowments for women's colleges were much lower than those of their male counterparts. Perhaps most importantly curriculum requirements didn't accommodate the different societal expectations for women. For example many universities made it nearly impossible for students to attend part time as a result women who had to care for children during the day at home could not attend mary. It her mission to redesign the education system to accommodate and encourage women to study. She got her first chance at serious reform. When in nineteen sixty she became president of radcliffe college the undergraduate women's college at harvard university there. She saw the stark differences between the ways. Men and women were treated on the same campus. Women were given bunk beds in assigned rooms rather than harvard's how system and they were excluded from harvard's libraries and dining halls. Mary set about changing the campus. She organized the dorms into a house. System built radcliffe. Its own library and created search committees to go into low income neighborhoods and offer scholarships to potential
Zack Reneau-Wedeen Leaves Google Podcasts on a High
"The founder of google. Podcasts zach renault. Were dean has left the company. He's now working on crypto currency for investment platform. Robin hood. we understand. He hadn't been working on podcasts within the company for some time. Gay bender google podcasts product. Lead left in april two. Who's driving google podcasts. Today steve mcclendon a former co founder of sixty db which google bought in two thousand. Seventeen describes himself on twitter as working on podcast stuff at google and the team is also working on a tech refresh of feed burner. So what did zach achieve. While the google podcasts android app hit one hundred million downloads in april and july both sprout reports that it had hates three percent of all. Podcast plays baking google podcasts. The world's third largest podcast app behind apple and spotify. Podcasts are also highlighted within the main google search and google podcast link quirks on every single android phone since the players actually built into the always present. Google app and the same link also works on ios and desktop as well
Bryan Dean Wright Explains How Afghan Refugees Will Change America's Value System
"It reasonable for the largest intelligence entity in the world with seventeen agencies more satellites than you can shake a stick act. stick out to say We don't know how many americans are in afghanistan and to say in june the man who says the title of president. Oh afghanistan no. There's no way it's going to fall. And then it falls in ten days kit. Can you walk us through this insanity. Because i feel like i'm going mad. Well you and everyone else watching this. I don't think you need to be a former cia officer to understand and see that. This is an absolute disaster. Look we had an opportunity to get this withdraw correct and one of the things that you would have done. If had you done it correctly is you would have identified. All the americans in country you have had them registered state department you would have developed evacuation plans and you would have had a thoughtful way for. But we didn't have a thoughtful withdraw. Did we had a panicked retreat. And when you engage in panicked retreat. Of course you're going to get chaos chiasso. Indeed americans are going to be left behind. You're going to see these heartbreaking pictures and videos of people falling off of planes as their panicked trying to get out of the country some of those individuals or interpreters that bit my cia colleagues military colleagues have worked with. But the problem that you're you're also raising. Is you have a bunch of people bum rushing the airport who we haven't vetted who sometimes folks don't even know when their birthday is so or bring you know income identification. So how are you supposed to identify who these folks are actually And then vet them out. You know the president if we can call him that i personally don't but mr biden says we're going to vet these folks either in afghanistan or some magical place where we fly them and that's of course ridiculous Because unless we have a picture of every person or terrorist of interest. How are we going to identify. Who the bad folks are. And then the bigger picture for my optic beyond the terror threat is this. Who are we importing in terms of the values that these folks have. And where are they going in the country and your listeners and your viewers. Do you want these folks as your neighbor. Here's the question. How did they treat women. How do they treat gay folks. How do they embrace art and science. You see a lot of folks in afghanistan. Don't like particularly women and would kill them if they could get away with it in fact they do. They throw gay folks off of buildings They reject and they blow up art. Are those people that you want as a neighbor. I mean certainly. The terror question is perhaps one of the most monumental rightfully frighten all of us. But there's also this cultural piece. I mean we have a border on the south that doesn't exist at all. It has fallen and so we are being inundated by people that were not vetting not just from a security perspective. Yes my god we should be but it is changing the face of the country in terms of our values.
John Kirby Can't Tell Us How Many Afghan 'Refugees' on the Terror Watchlist Have Been Vetted Before Entering U.S.
"Back to the analysis of what's happening in kabul in afghanistan. Returning to this this incredible Press conference today from the pentagon. This is john kirby who's asked a question about the tara threat to america as linked to the refugees stream from afghanistan and his response is stunning cup. Ten play cuts and just one more. How many individuals on cara watch lists have been screened or found at any of the screening points. Either in cutter ramstein or in the us. I don't know we'll have to take that question and get back to you know just terrorists. I'll circle back.
Jen Psaki and John Kirby Can't Keep Their Afghanistan Story Straight
"If you want to know just how confused things Listen to the difference between the what the left hand is saying and what the right hand is saying. This is the president's press secretary. Jen psaki. who's getting very very irritated. At steve. doocy site steve. Doocy son pita doocy because he's actually acting like a journalist asking questions and here. She says very clearly that we're even gonna leave before. The taliban imposed deadline cut seven. Jen psaki. does that mean that. The evacuations will stop before the actual thirty first and then there is time to get the troops and machinery weaponry out of there. That would be correct. Yes that there would need to be time to wind down the present. So did you hear that. A random act of journalism somebody else hate. You got to leave before the thirty first because you've got to get the military equipment out you can't evacuate everybody on the last day because then what about all the weapons. All the soldiers all the marines. And she says yeah. We're gonna leave earlier. Well we're going to get out of this so i it's it's already to roll. That was the white house now. The same question was asked of john cabbie today and what did he reply eight there will be. There will be a transition more towards getting military assets out as we get closer to the end but again we're going to continue to work the evacuation mission right up until the last day. So which is it. Biden administration is that we will stop evacuating people so we can get the military equipment. Out or will we be evacuating americans and really everybody else who can get to the airport. The thousands and thousands and thousands of afghan nationals. Who may or may not have worked for us may or may not be
Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby Holds a Shocking Press Briefing
"Pentagon had a press briefing a remarkable remarkable press briefing for what was not answered and the way that they actually skirted the real issues. This is a man who is a disgrace to the uniform. He wants war. He is the official press spokesman for the pentagon. Admiral john kirby who was telling us The state of america in afghanistan. Today video cut eleven. Play cops john who's guarding the. Us embassy right now who will guard after the us military pulls out. Are there any contingencies. I do you have an agreement with the taliban and in terms of the airport. Do you have an agreement with any nato allies to keep like the turks to keep the airport open after the us. Military pulse out. So i understand i know. There's no military assets guarding the embassy compound the us embassy is operating out of hamid karzai international airport as for the turks they are still on ground at the airport assisting in this security mission that we have there. I won't speak for their intentions one way or another going forward but there's not going to be when the mission is over and when we are leaving the airport the airport will not not be the united states our responsibility anymore so how it gets managed going forward will be something that that the taliban who are now in kabul we'll have to manage them on their own and i assume with with the international community but that won't be an american responsibility. How did that man get to be the the official press spokesperson for the pentagon. How did that man get to be an admiral. How on earth did he get to be an admiral in the us. Navy is the question. john. Kirby can't give answers and the most the most egregious of all is the fact that this man can't answer the future of us representation on the ground in afghanistan. It is
Interview With Robert Sumwalt, Chairman NTSB, Retired
"Robber. Why don't you just give us a little brief I don't know three five minute Synopsis of your career. How how do you go from from a high school kid to becoming chairman of the national transportation safety while that's a great question. I've been wondering the same thing for a number of years so I i've i've been extremely fortunate You're right. I did start flying in high school By the time. I had graduated from high school. I i had my private and then of course went to college a few months later and i marched into the dean of students office after i've been at the university for just about three weeks in explain to him why we needed a flying club and then he sat down and proceeded to tell me all the reasons why that was not going to happen and on the way out and by the way this was the university of south carolina and on the way out. I said gosh. I just thought since clemson had flying club since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight i thought south carolina needed one and He said Sit back down young man and within about five months we had our first airplane For those who are not That aware is you can imagine having to state supported schools in a tiny state. There's quite a rivalry between those two between those colleges unfortunately clemson as the one with the with the football team the question is did clemson really have a flying club. Well you know as a seventeen year old. I was probably known to exaggerate things a little bit. But but to the best of knowledge. I think they they did so high school. What what what's next were you. You became a pilot of course next career that led you to the ntsb. Yeah i did. Of course fly all through college and i was hired by the university To be their pilot when they bought a brand new piper navajo chieftain in nineteen. Seventy nine had not finished school yet. But i was doing school and flying full time for the university. I flew there for two years. And then in february of eighty one got hired by p modern lines which of course got bought by by us air us
Dean Erika James On If You Should Get Your MBA
"Jump into it. I've been so looking forward to having you on here because we this is obviously career podcast. Danielle and i talk very openly about how much we have learned as we have built the skin but without a traditional business background and one of the top things we end up talking about with our mentors with people that are coming to us for advice and on this show is should you get an mba or not and there is no better person to ask than you as we dig into that. I want to understand for you. What your you to your business education. Well so let me just challenge the narrative behind the question. I actually i myself do not have an mba so my career. Ethnic profile is in the liberal arts. That was a psychology major. Found this field organizational psychology when i applied to grasp the schools and really liked the way in which you apply what you learn as a liberal arts student in psychology particular to concrete professional business settings the organizations so. I've my pathway to business. Education was released through the discipline of organizational psychology organizational behavior. And i have just been able to parlay that into really interesting scholarship and the development of new interesting classes like crisis management's leadership etcetera so. That was my career. Pathway is it weird to be head of school for a degree that you yourself didn't get well. It hasn't been weird. Because i've been doing it was dean at emory for awhile. I've been now dean here for just over a year. So i think in the role as a leader so much of what you do is around understanding constituents around setting a strategy rounder titillating vision around coordinating people to align with that vision and you have to obviously knowing nothing about the core product in our case it's business education that you can do those things though yes. Some people may find it unusual. That i myself do not have an nba. But i think if you were to survey many deans of business foles might be surprised at the number that do not have mba's themselves.
Kanye Is Moving to a Different Stadium to Finish Donda Album
"His highly anticipated album, donde miracles. On Monday, K C. Announced via Twitter that he and Kanye moving to a different stadium to put the finishing touches on the project. It's unclear where the Chicago rapper is moving to this after Kanye has been working on the new album at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, alongside longtime producing and engineering collaborator Mike Dean. The album is reportedly scheduled to drop on August 15 Good to know. Yeah. Are you looking at pricing when it comes to your kids
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"First book side. Your yellow tux. How to be successful by standing out in january of twenty eighteen with the world book tour at epcot. Jesse has been featured on over five hundred podcasts and is an end demand. Keynote speakers all over the country sharing the fans. I experience on how to stand out be different and create raving fans of both customers and employees. Jesse is the host of the business. Done differently podcast and has interviewed over one hundred of some of the world's leading entrepreneurs authors and speakers. You've had the sold out games for your entire career at in savannah you mentioned gastonia where the first place you start out. Twenty three years old taking over as the gm you've had no experience in being the gm. You're a baseball player. You've experienced that from the dugout. Did you was there a part of you. That thought okay. I'm gonna see what do people do to to market Baseball teams or. Did you start out kind of going down the traditional path of what are you supposed to do that. You immediately say. I gotta do something different than what was that like spark while i started me with people in the community so again what yogi berra say you can observe a lot just by watching and by seeing the numbers that only hundred fans were coming to the games. I knew there was a problem. But then i started meeting with the community and i start having these meetings of people business leaders nonprofits and what they start saying We just don't like baseball. We don't like baseball and they go. It's too long. It's too slow. It's too boring. And i heard it over and over again and dean. We're we're like the lowest level of baseball there's major league and aaa aa high and professional independent. We we're college summer baseball down here. Can't compete in that game. So i just kept hearing over and over again and what i learned was that the starting point of all innovation all you know trying to create fans as you gotta find out that frustration is what that friction point is and do the exact opposite and so i heard over and over again. It's long slow and boring. So i said how do i convince people that. It's not like a baseball game. And so i remember calling the owner of the team twenty three can. We can no longer be a baseball team. He goes well. What do you have in mind. I said well. I think our players should choreographed dances. We should have grandma. Beauty pageants michigan dunk tank. We should serve serve garbage can nachos we should bury. Diamond rings the infield dirt and make it a circus and he said while we got nothing to lose shot and we started bailing pretty quickly doing all that but we started getting fans to think differently and then it took a little while and we learned a lot and start selling out in gastonia and that eventually brought us to savannah. It was a constant testing experimentation. And you test on. What you believe is a better experience. I couldn't be a fan of baseball. If i couldn't watch the game then i had to say all right. What what can we do that. I wanna be a fan of it. And i played the game. I played my whole life so we looked at every frustration point in it started with the game. Too long to slow. It's into boring and started testing against that hypothesis. That leads make it fast nonstop exciting and see where we can go from there and we got criticized being criticized a lot. I mean baseball traditionalist hated us. You know what are you guys doing to the game. But you know the criticism. I believe you're not getting criticized. You're playing too safe so we started being very clear who we not for. We worked for baseball traditionalists. We were people that wanted to have fun..
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"What you've just done there oh yeah dean you see what he just. Did there timothy see. That's what he's doing there. He's sending people somewhere this is going to be in perpetuity on the is in the isle of marketing world. And now you've got the right people on the right bus. This yeah underway. There's more coming okay. it's all it's all plants. No good there we go so. You're so the yeah. The tech is not as important as the content. That's really the the most important thing right..
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"Your podcast to do. You want your podcast to get you leads and by the way podcast are really good at that. I look at the the the podcast. Getting the leads is is one thing. But i'm looking at the podcast as a way to create all the ancillary content that i can use From that you know. I love marketing. When you look at the body of work that we have over coming up on ten years this january ten years for the The marketing podcast. But we've got this now legacy of all of this content that we've got to point people to and all the other content that we can create from it. Dean said he likes his podcast to get leads. Well let me tell you how leads had leads happen when somebody perceives you as viable when somebody perceives you as somebody. I want to work with so thirty minutes with an expert. Doing their thing while the microphone is running is extremely compelling but it's also fantastic for sales we have a client who gets at least one three thousand dollar lead a day from his podcast. Then it's a million dollar podcasts. Less than five hundred downloads per episode. Now here's the beautiful thing. We did some research and you can do this. You can check. And by the way when i asked him question number one. What do you want the podcast to do. He said make the phone ring. So we make phone ring. But here's what's interesting. We looked at a stats. You know how you know how this whole thing happened. They listened to six or seven episodes. Right of twenty minutes each okay. Two plus hours of time hearing the guy be in his true genius and then they called. They were presold. It used to take a ton of time to do that to our yourself now. They're pre sold what we really want. The most valuable thing for me is a a an an exchange email address so that i can communicate with somebody right So that i can have a two way communication with someone turning turning invisible prospect into visible prospect. Because that's where it all happened. So all of the lead generation. That i'm doing on the podcast is driving people to a page where they can come into my email world so at the end of every episode Use a audio signature like the equivalent of my email super signature. Saying you know and that that's another great episode.
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"Expert doing their thing while the microphone is running is extremely compelling but it's also fantastic for sales if you'd like to join world renowned entrepreneurs at the next genius network event or want to learn more about genius network goto genius network dot com dean jackson. The brilliant one is always with us and he's going to be interviewing our guest today. Alcala guns lifestyle and business strategies are designed to tackle the strategies and opportunities of today's ever changing information economy. His company the podcast partnership leverages technology to expand reach and revenue for businesses and create digital influencers with the simple sound of the human voice. He's the creator of the podcast report in his authored. Eleven technology and thought leadership books nine of which launched amazon best-sellers. So mr dean jackson paul colligan. Welcome it's great to have you with us how let's start at the beginning. I always tell people that. I look at a podcast as a better lead. Conversion tool than a lead generation tool. That's my coming into it then. I'm not expecting the podcast to do the heavy lifting of generating leads it does and it can indirect people Back but i am of the idea of building the audience. Even separately from the the podcast. We have four questions. The podcast partnership question number one is what do you want your podcast do. That's exactly right you know. And it's beautiful here dean. Is you know exactly what you want.
"dean" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"Is late. December nine hundred fifty. Five jimmy's in his new. La house of white bearskin rug on the floor. The dishes bongos records bullfight posters on the wall. He's still nine twelve bags under his eyes. Girls and boys wasting late for him but it speed thus him again speed that he loves his back at the garbage in hollywood visit. German mechanic their cooled. Roaf catterick isn't the spider ready for a weekend of racing mechanic. Has an idea says this call needs more miles jimmy. You need more seat time. Let's drive a friends there to see them off puts his arm around. Jimmy shoulder says be careful because the bom so the head of grab coffee and donuts and drive. Move driving fast. Always i at offering the afternoon. They stopped by a highway police patrol given a ticket for speeding. They say sorry keep going. They stopped for drinks near bakersfield meets. A couple of other drivers had ignored race boast about how they've been hitting a hundred and fifty miles an hour. The other driver nord says. Be careful of the 'cause turning in front of you the spiders hall to see the color of it. How low it is jimmy. Shrugs pulls on his red wind cheetah races away without putting seatbelt on late afternoon. Now the sun setting low there on route four six six jimmy driving roaf in the passenger seat. The racing of apollo parks accelerating down the long descent. They can't see it but there's another car ahead. A black and yellow ford is driver is a twenty three year. old student. Turns left directly into the path of the spider too late to see it too late for anyone to swerve break. Here's what witnesses the spider smashing head on into the ford wheeling two or three times landing in a gully beyond the hard shoulder who rick. The mechanic has been thrown clear. He's lying crumpled on the road. Broken jaw broken hip broken. Fema the other driver. The student bruises and bloody nose. Jimmy still in the car trapped in the mangled cockpit. His neck is broken both shattered his body crushed. No breath no sign of life. They take them to hospitals together. Jimmy and his mechanic. It's twenty eight miles away. But they know everyone who's seen it knows just before off. Six james dean is pronounced that people talk about a curse afterwards the car the film's mechanic lives but dies in another call crash later. Salma neo from rebel without a cause is stabbed death aged thirty seven natalie. Wood dies in a both accidents at forty three and everyone thinks about jimmy. How he's coughing is kept closed at the.
"dean" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"It's like she's trying to tell me something but i don't know what it is. So how does jimmy tried to forget with speed by blurring the edges by cutting so close to death. They can reach out and touch it. He has another motorbike of new york and indian five hundred rides it flat out through those ram jam city streets one week before he goes out to. La to film rebel. He crashes costume self up scares the hell out of his friends. One mate says jimmy y you so suicidal and he looks back at him and says death is always there and i want to conquer it. There's girls now sometimes although they never lost this boys to you ask him about it. He smiles and shrugs. I'm certainly not going to go through life with one hand tied behind my back but it speed that he loves the holds him tight with the money he makes from east of eden. He buys a triumph tiger motorbike bigger faster. He buys an mg sports car trays in for a new poor. Speedster erases city streets. Country tracks goes to the palm springs road races and wins the novice class races again the next day and come second overall. There's a lotta smart four. He's got his eyes on as filming before it arrives. He sees something else a big garage in la. The pool spider policed silva lack of jet fighter long. His headlights like cigar tubes a short windshield. no roof. red. Led the bucket seats matching red tail stripes. There's a nickname he's been given at warner brothers. Little bath that so. It's those two words. He's painted in flowing letters along the back of the car. The number one three. Oh in black on the bonnet doors andrea. And that's what he shows off when he showing his car of round town then he bumps into the british actor alec guinness outside a restaurant thinking everyone will love it thinking. No one else has got a car like this but guinness doesn't think that he's tired hungry and something about the car and his friend just seems wrong. Please never get in it. That's what he says. If you get in that car you'll be found dead in it by this time next week. John james dean. There's something else that people will remember afterwards. A public safety film. That dean makes dressed as his character in giant a wounding about speed what it can do the highways a not a racetrack. At one point..
"dean" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"There are three images we've got to talk about when we talk about jimmy dean the first one black and white because it's a black and white time he's a new york times square but there's no glamour hair. It's winter rain. Coming down bouncing off the dock pavement shiny on the black metal railings. Jimmy's in black two along woolen jacket colours high up around his cheeks suit trousers. Taxi old brown shoes. These clothes will be famous. There'll be look for everyone in years to come a style but never quite fades so. It's about the clothes but it's not not really is how he is inside them. Hans stuffed in his pockets shoulders hunched against the cold hair big and thick and swept back. But missy like he doesn't care he never does anything to it but pussies hands through the city behind is to see missed around the buildings towers lost in the clouds. His silhouette on the pavement blurred. It's like all the lights in the world is on him. He's grinning glancing up at the clouds sky. Cigarettes hanging out the corner of his mouth. Okay the second one. He's on the movie poster. Bright colors for wide-screen world. A red wind cheater unzipped. Halfway a white t shirts underneath bluejeans hair swept back again. He looks like a contradiction angry but vulnerable staring out like he's challenging you but lost to a man muscles and form a kids. Is these images the time square one. The movie won they posters on teenagers walls student. Wolves t shirts and mugs and magazine covers. The everywhere still preferred image. You won't have seen is a nineteen fifty four posts spider. A car built for pure speed for breaking limits for danger. It's a beautiful car spider. Police silva like a jet fighter numb curved wheel arches but this spider. This one looks like it's been stamped on like someone's picked it up and crushed it in their fist. The bonnet is pushed back on itself. The wheels twisted sideways. The doors buckled and broken. It's not silver anymore tin foil. This is the car of james dean. This is where it all ends for this beautiful boy for this rebel looking for a cause where it all ends when it's barely begun because he's only twenty four. He's only made three films and only one of them has actually come out when he dies and something strange happens in the aftermath. A kid who not many cared about when he was alive becomes a star a ghost in his own future. A man who never grows up sixty five years on his estate still makes five million dollars a year from his image from the figure in the wool overcoat in times square from the teenager in the red wind. Cheater and blue jeans from the man with that stare angry but vulnerable his challenging year but lost to.
"dean" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dean. Mm. Hello. Hey, let's do that work. Yeah. I mean, this is professional radio. Dean Richards. Chicago's WGN Radio. 7 20. You were talking and distracting me. Yeah. Okay. Once again, my pay attention. You're a pro. You should be able to do this after 40 people. Elton Jim Toronto. And see if I invite you to my street naming ceremony where you build their Oh, lovely. Some earth, Wind and fire Make it one of my favorite shows Effort at Ravinia. Number one is Tony Bennett. Every vigna number two Tony Bennett with Lady Gaga I love going together. She's a great performer. Alright, I don't know what time it is. But who cares? Seen Earth? Wind and fire there A couple of time they below the roof, Weren't they with Chicago? Didn't they've done it that way that they've done dual shows like that when I've seen them like that, but solo at Ravinia, Fantastic. I can't wait together. Try to get out to revenge. Ejim Peter X doing the show. They're on the fourth of July and you'll be off. Right. I'll be nice to relax. I'll be able to stay awake past seven PM, uh so they're going to be kicking off their season two starting next week, So I'm going to be looking forward to that. The what's going to the movies. Anyone going to the movies? I have not been in a theater in since the last movie I saw the theater was Once upon a time in Hollywood. Wow. Yeah, that was a long time ago. Yeah, um, this weekend. I think A lot of people went.
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"All right Charlie in, Dave you guys want to say something for those who didn't join us on the last I. Love Marketing Virtual Media every third Wednesday of every month in Scottsdale Arizona Charlie and Dave. Host the I love Marketing Scottsdale Group and they had you know said. Why don't we do in virtue? I said let's tell everyone. Let's notify are listed so charlie. What are your thoughts on all this? It's got to become like this crazy thing now, l.! Aren't usually at our meet ups because we can get people within twenty five miles or something. But how great is this that we have people from around the world? Yeah, we got genius network members. We've got even Parana members that have been clients of mine for twenty years. We have been sent over a hundred in certain questions or Yeah I read every one. Yeah. We got a whole slew of them that have been summarized into categories and I told Dean I said so that people can be mad at you. If the question is not answered I, said Dean I would let you pick the ones. We're GONNA go with. So. Here's the thing when Jeanette Centrists this list. She went through reviewed. All of them put them into categories and said by far the most important topic that people wanted to know about was lead generation. That was number one. The second most popular topic was Prophet activator number one choosing your first target market, so she kinda summarize these questions here and I can understand. Understand why those are the most common ones? Because of course those are the drivers of everything. If you'RE GONNA grow your business, the the is GonNa fuel that growth is this constant way of generating new people for you to help so whatever we're doing never do live breaks. Blueprint event were talking about applying the profit activators. The first thing that we do is you. Work on your before unit until you're Christly ear here on what your during unit does. What is the thing that you can do better than anybody else anybody? It's a thing that your business is most suitable to delivering, and we always talk in terms of a result and the best way to clarify for yourself. What that is is to ask yourself the clarifying question, and you've probably heard me say before, but the clarifying question is what would you do if you only got paid? When your client gets a result now that does and I get people to just if you can embrace that and think that thought. That thought silently to yourself without it being the way that you make your offer, it's that you don't have to fully go out to the world with this yet. What I want you to do is just to think that fought to think the reason that that question is so clarifying because it links your outcome with your ideal prospects outcome and if we're doing. Doing the thing that if you're saying I'm only going to get paid when I get the result for somebody, it makes you feel like you are only going to do something that you know one hundred percent that you're able to deliver for someone right that's does. That's why we say that way for you now the greatest way to segue from that thought. Once, you figure out what it is that you can deliver for people then the next thing that you get to do is you get to select the single target audience that you can deliver that result for and so the biggest misconception that people have were the biggest thing that people make as a mistake. Going into the before you met profit activated. Want `specially is that they put too much emphasis on positioning themselves to be selected versus proactively selecting your target audience. That's what select a single target audience as I'm talking about you as the selector if we're going to deliver a resolve. that. You are only going to get paid when they get the result. You get to select only the people that you now you're going to have the best outcome
"dean" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Dean is the number to call eight three three the number to ask dean sorry I had to turn my volume down there a little bit I was too loud in my own ears it's a problem I have this is the life problem that's been happening ever since I was three all right so I've already taking you through for those of you are just joining us you've got to listen to the rest of the show because you know why wouldn't you but we're talking about mapping out your electrical circuit so we've already talked about the method of doing it somebody's at the panel somebody's inside the house we're isolating every switch every receptacle every appliance and we're waiting for the person at the panel who is snapping off breakers were waiting until they find the breaker that affects that bit don't think overly logically when the phone don't presume that there is a a tremendous amount of logic that goes into the mapping of some electrical systems I'm just saying builders especially builders who were running tract housing they get the electricians get rude very creative at the how they map out sometimes you'll hit one breaker all the outlets in all the bedrooms will go down sometimes you'll do that and will be that plus one other random thing on the other side of the house it doesn't always make sense that's why you want an extensive mapping and you want to know every location what breaker it's going to end now right now we're just taking notes chicken scratching right until you've got it all compiled everything done now now what do we do now it's the panel labeling project and this is where the image that we just put up on social media at home with dean Facebook Instagram Twitter is going to inspire and help direct you the typical thing that people think is they take a sharpie and they got to go out to their panel in that little slot of metal right next to the breaker they try and write in what's happening so that the point is though you there's no chance in hell that you're gonna get an exhaustive list of all the things that that breaker controls in that tiny little slot and so somebody says all will but what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna print out these little labels will guess what still not enough room in those little labels on that little tab because you know breaker switches there only about a half an inch tall and so you've got about three inches by a half an inch to write all the detail necessary and a lot of folks think well that's the way it's supposed to be the electrical code requires that we label the panel we've got to put labels next to these breakers not true let me tell you what the electrical code requires with the national electrical code any C. four oh eight point four eight says this every circuit and circuit modification shall be legibly identified as to its clear evidence and specific purpose or use and that identification shall include sufficient detail to allow each circuit to be distinguished from all the others now what does that mean that means at the panel there needs to be labels for these breakers but they don't have to be in the little spot next to the breakers and so as the pick that I just posted on the social media demonstrates a by the way that's my electrical panel FYI you'll see that the breaker area and the panel around it totally clean no markings no writing it's clean all there is is what came built into the panel which is every electrical panel the cover plate has embossed numbers number ring the breakers so there's breaker one A. N. B. breaker too A. N. B. and on down that embossing never goes away because it's embossed into the metal so those that identification system can't be obscured or lost but then what you'll find when you open my electrical panel on the inside of the door on the inside of the cover there is an eight and a half by eleven sheet of paper that has been in your case I think Tina went out and had it laminated but you can put it into you know one of those clear pocket protectors taped to the inside of the door is simply a page that we print out in our computer and it says breaker one eight and then there is a list of every thing it controls my electrical panel is a no brainer you open up the panel and you search for living room out of there's a living room outlets at seven B. okay click seven B. boom we're done it's gone it's over we're good to go that is how it's done so I just want you to think not in terms of labeling specific breakers with a label right next to them no I want you to inside the cover panel create a breaker label directory totally allowed by residential electrical code your inspector will thank you you're elektrische and will thank you you will thank yourself when the time comes that you've got to click circuits off next time that happens boom there you go I'm handing your pearls that was worth the price of admission right there all right when we come back let's stock do you let's take some calls your home with dean sharp the house was for labour Mohammed has the needs.
"dean" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The number to reach me eight three three two ask dean eight three three the number to ask dean I've been talking about the days this morning we're going to get back to talking about the days but we're staying alive and flexible end tomorrow we've got a great show coming up about bringing birds back into your garden something that we're all spending a little bit more time in right now something we have the opportunity to do at least a big part of what we can do while we're sheltering in place is to work the garden a lot of SA L. that's something I would do if I has time well now there's time so tomorrow we're going to take a deep dive into the fun and the importance of bringing birds back into our garden so don't miss tomorrow's show from nine to eleven but today I'm gonna give you a special teaser slash taster spoon of how powerful the experience of birds in the garden can be so earlier this week I recorded a very special call from my friend Karen Sharpe no relation well I guess technically somewhere somewhere if we tracked it back for and we have the same last name but no immediate real relation although you know I would not be ashamed at all if Karen was a close relative because she's a good friend and a wonderful person anyway Karen Sharkey the sharp legendary host of love songs on the coast our sister station K. O. S. T. one of three five FM end Keren just happens to have a very very special relationship with some hummingbirds so let's give a listen Hey Karen welcome home thank you so much and I'm such a fan and I am just so excited to be here to talk about my favorite thing in the world hummingbird oh my gosh well we were gonna do this face to face but then you know life happened so is it yeah is it fair to say that you have had a life changing relationship with hummingbirds it is so fair to pay about three years ago I had walked across my neighbor's house and he had a humming bird feeder up and I was just my type I could not take my eyes off her there's just so amazing to watch them why they're there we've actually created a year eight be able to do all the things that they do they can fly up and down and back with the board and they're just amazing little creatures so I was just like I have my tie I I had to have one so I got a a bird feeder of my own and that was three years ago and I had one little lonely hummingbird that we've come to visit me but as the years have gone by I've had more and more and this spring I've had more than I've ever had I probably have about five new ones that I've seen and how members are just incredible creatures everybody I know who regularly feeds and relates to hummingbirds have told me basically the same thing so you're talking about your your set of birds they keep returning to your balcony in your feeder absolutely and you know how many birds actually remember your face they know every flower that they've been to and they know exactly how much nectar they can get from it you know the next time they go visit her they are very very smart carrion birds and they will remember you and that is really the trick to getting them that is and time with them I can't remember Peter and out there and they will remember you okay wait a second are you not have talked about this but you just basically dropped a bomb their what you just said to get them to feed from your hand I don't know many people who have imagined humming bird eating out of their hand but you do this with your birds I do it every day every day before I come to work and it's really then it is saved my sanity yeah because I stay out on the balcony and I have the little hand hummingbird feeder I stick my hand out and of course they know me they feel comfortable with me but it's easy any of your listeners could do it so if they're interested I'll I will reveal my hummingbird creek as far as how to get them to eat from your hand because it really first thing you have to do is get a hummingbird feeders so you attract them and they know where they can get their little daily many mail and they'll come there you're kind of like a drug dealer first you just get out there and so they get they get you get him hooked the day you get a notice coming by your balcony and then you push him to the next so what's the next thing the next level is the hand Peter you can get him at Amazon and you just spell it with an actor and you stick your hand up there and that and the main thing is just to be patient and just wait there and take down the other hummingbird feeder you gotta take away the main hummingbird feeder for them because you're like a drug dealer you get him hooked on one thing and then you deny that you like no no no no you got to come over so you got to get rid of the feeder and make them come to you yes now I can do it with the fear if they'll come to me I actually can call them because they know you they know me and I call them I do and they come to me but that takes time so basically you take down the main Peter you stick out your hand and we've barely barely scale every quiet do you have to use your Tweety bird voice do you have to use that already perfect all right Elmer Fudd boy the very very quiet and then they they will come to you just have to be still and one of the other tip is whereas if they are very very attracted to her back yes that they're very curious birds and they will come find out what that red breads all about over there and and if you're very still and you have your whole hand Peter they know what they are and they will come and I cannot tell you the amazing feeling of the little wings a little breeze they create with their weight and to feel that against your face or your hand is really like being touched by god it's an amazing thing when a wild creature gives you their approval there's something kind of soulless it's as if nature is nodding at you saying we're okay with your being here you're okay you're you're in the right spot so this is something that has been really important to you and I'm going to say it's like they're the drug dealer because I'm hooked on them and then all this time out there and making sure that every three days that they get their nectar and and that that that they had their hummingbird feeders cleaned and I spend a lot of money on the I am making sure that they have planned that they like to go to like the jazz man or that I'll be and I create an environment for them and for me and we both get something from it no you do this every day every day I have a balcony and I do my show crap or love songs during the day figuring out what I'm going to talk about and put out there and today I on my balcony I had five G. I don't know where Jesus came from but they flew over my house the other day I had to crane flying over my house there's just so much nature out there and it's so fun to spend time out there and you never know what's gonna fly by and then of course I watch my hawk and the hawk Hyundai's are very very compatible that that run a little hot meat if they're not much Micah hock they're not on each other's lives are not and so that they'll actually put their little nap under places where the hawks are under protection so they shelter under the hock so they're like don't even think about coming over here but look who lives upstairs actually exactly you have a larger piece of property but all this happens on your balcony you and I thought that's just a great encouragement even for people who rent or live in apartments or condos they could do this to act quickly and at it's always good you also have a little water source for the hummingbird so I just got it down and look at the table top they didn't have to be a big bounty but it's a bubble or a ball and and the water comes up and the little hummingbird than a little bird actually land on the ball on a kick a little back and they have a little drink and then they go so then if you're going to commit to meeting coming bird we make sure that you change your nectar every three days make sure you do you have a water source any change about water and make sure that the water source is bubbling because the rippling of the water the agitation of the waters what keeps mosquitoes from landing in and and laying their larvae yeah absolutely and it attracts hummingbirds and the other little exactly you want to know my magic nectar let's do it don't put any diet and your hummingbirds here it's four cups water one Cup regular sugar and just boil it until the sugar dissolves and then only put and you don't have a lot of hummingbird yeah put in like a fourth of the way because you have to change it three days and you don't want to have to wait all that good he just refrigerate the rest admit that the over eighty degrees in the summer you gotta change and everything Karen your brilliance that's amazing you you've set everybody this wonderful example and I hope people just to get excited by the idea that this has become a a ritual for you that has really impacted you in this amazing way thank you so much great being on your show thank you so much thanks for being with me buddy we'll talk soon okay all right bye bye I all right that was Karen Sharpe from love songs on the coast one of three five which normally airs Monday through Friday from seven to midnight but beginning Monday love songs begins an hour earlier at six PM because of the world could use a little more love right now so your calls coming up next Layla has the news.
"dean" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You are home with dean sharp the house was for Hey just as a reminder we are starting a new little project here at home at home with dean and we're calling the hash tag keep calm and shelter on so how you use it is it's going to be full of tips and advice to keep each year of your home more productive more creative and sane we want your ideas too we want you to contribute we want everybody just to pile into would be able to help one another as we go great ideas about how you're spending time at home how you're handling you know they're staying at home things that you're doing things that are keeping you sane questions that you've got all of that kind of stuff the way you do it is you go onto social media your account or your in your stories and you tag at home with dean and then used to hash tag keep calm and shelter on and it should be great and I'm hoping that we all take advantage of it it just becomes a resource for everybody as we go no politics please no conspiracy theories just positive elements that help us all out as we go along all right as promised let's spend some time talking to you let's go to the phone to talk to John John welcome home hello Hey Johnny there yeah yeah I just heard the silence and I thought that was my cue okay I got to Bob so I I'm just wondering if because you know I don't I don't buy the legal conspiratorial on you but do you think of this problem we're having this chaos is going to impact home design to the extent that you know how now houses are they have a entry for a mud room or some houses or screengrab first miscue does do you think that this may affect the air system an old school where we may have to have a like a second layer built around the house or in college for the more my question is it's probably time for people to the change out their filters and is zero damage to having a positive error error error flow in the house okay those are a lot of pressure right positive present house okay so let me let me handle it one by one the first question is gonna affect home design I don't think it's gonna affect home design in any large large scale significant way I hope it actually does have a couple of affects though but that is me from a from my anesthetic and hygienic thing later in the show either it's either later in the show today or tomorrow I'm gonna be talking a little bit about the toilets and big tops for toilets I think it's time I really do I really think it's time to for us to step away from our dependence on toilet paper I know I'm going to come up with to it it's a massive reason Christina sitting here shaking your head right now she's like good luck buddy good luck she knows the facts are undeniable but anyway so things like that and and maybe some other elements as well but no this is not the kind of situation I think that we're we're going to be finding ourselves designing homes and you know living inside of plastic bubbles it's just not I don't think it's a a a reality in that sense however however okay moving on to your other thoughts the the idea of positive air pressure in a home if you are operating your HVAC system a central HVAC system then you are operating on a certain level of positive air pressure now I you know I understand that you know covert nineteen as far as we know you know because we're still learning things as we go it does have a it seems to have a an an aerosol aspect to it in which its lingering in the air for a certain amount of time but it's not like in this is one of those facts that we need to express really clearly to everybody when we say stay at home only people who are in the absolute worst manifestation of the sickness are being advised to stay completely indoors in fact not only indoors but in a particular you know isolated room within your home but we're not talking about staying at home meaning that we don't go outdoors that we don't go outside it in around yards because it's not just randomly floating around out there for everybody right now the vast majority the vast majority and this is just the science that we know so far is happening community in personal contact and and that being that you know somebody call somebody sneezes it's in the air near them afterwards it's on surfaces those kinds of things which is why coming up in our next segment we're going to talk about how to disinfect and clean so I don't think we have to worry about that but now you brought up the idea of air filters that was actually on my list today to doctor okay about and it is a good idea to keep our healthcare filters changed out and if you've never put in a hapa quality air filter in your HVAC system then you may want to consider doing it but with this one cabbie ought the the hapa air filter you know the more a filter filters the more stuff it filters the less air flow that it moves you know without resistance and and so some units some older HVAC units and there aren't that many out there that are ancient but some aren't really designed to have that kind of restriction put in them so the best thing you can do is call an HVAC contractor or go online and talk to the manufacture of your system get your model number and say Hey can I use a happy air filter with my system because that will help out still to route all bunches of stuff and even if you have a regular filter it's the the best thing to do is to make sure it stays clean and changed out I always recommend every ninety days minimum changing out your air filter anyway John great question thanks buddy you hang in there and I got I got I got an extension to that would be you know the ratio between the incoming air and recirculated air within the house is it all coming in air from outside or is it probably recirculated from the inside recirculated air the H. P. system HVAC system in your house is designed on a complete recirculation system it's not drawing outside air from anywhere it is the air inside your house that volume running through through the return air vents back through the air handler and out through the ducks it is a closed loop system it doesn't draw from outside air so people don't have to worry about if I turn on my air conditioner then somehow I'm gonna be sucking in the virus there from outside not that there is a virus they are outside I'm just saying you don't have to worry about that your air conditioning and heating system is a closed loop all right John thanks so much for the call you know what there are more calls to take we're gonna continue take calls when we come back hang tight you're listening to home with the insured the house was per Layla Mohammed as the.
"dean" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared
"Back and forth. Texting and more meaningful dates. This is a game changer is real people making real connections. So download loco. That's L. Okay. Oh, in the app store or on Google play today. Art. So I know we're not a bachelor recap podcast, but obviously, we're all on the show. So when it's on we like to talk about a little bit plus dating podcast. So one last question to do with the bachelor has to do with dean Dini baby soon, right, next to me, the ever sexy, and beautiful kind, sweet heart warming, honest, endearing Dini babies. Welcome. Dean any update on whether you wanna do paradise or not, not so much, if you're doing it, but whether he'd wanted to tell you what there's four people on this podcast right now five and total including me. Let's put it to vote. Okay. Great. Who votes? Yes, everyone. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's how it's like eighty five percent. Big. Yes for me. Great. So it sounds like unanimously four against one. Is that a binding vote? Going now I was just curious. I want you to do it because I don't want you to look back and say, why the hell then I do it. My I know my thing is like is anyone gonna want to date a guy that lives in a van, you know? Yeah you got one. I guess that's all you need. Is one. Well, obviously, it was spotlighted a couple months ago where you were talking about bachelor relationships, how Heather thick. So if you has your. Yeah. Have you had your mind at all? Do you have I know is a little the, the context of what you were saying was a little skewed as well that definitely factors into my decision mirror. Is that your phone? What does that, that definitely factors into my decision a little bit? Why don't you be a professional? Professional you're staring in this little mirror while you're talking during the podcast. We're gonna call you out. I'm I'm talking here. Those is how I focused are you talking to yourself in the Mary, trying to hyper self up what I'm doing? What I when I said that isn't ash, and actually, the relationship was fake. You didn't say that. God. That's why I met. Just kidding. Yeah. I said that a while ago, the back in January after I was a little heated about some stuff. And so now I would feel a little weird about going back onto bachelor show. So that's kinda like working in the cons column drive the van Puerto Vallarta. I mean that's kinda hell. They let me and they paid for my gas. I'm freaking there. I don't know if I really want to be in a relationship like not just with the bachelor person, but with anyone in general, so I, I feel guilty going on a dating show that the intent of like dating. I do. Sometimes fine though. There's so many people that say they give up on dating Damon up, not that they don't want to be in a relationship right now. And then it seems coincidental sometimes that they meet someone that they're ready to commit in a relationship with. So it's just food for thought I have a question if you met a woman who also she shared your views of I want to see the world. I want to see an van. I wanna pay rent. I don't wanna do anything I would love to live this life as well and her getting in the van with you and drive around the world. Is that your dream concept or your nightmare concept? I don't think I really want anyone with thought, you know, it's kind of like a just a me thing, me and my dog thing I guess, it's kind of the appeal of it. Maybe I don't know. I don't know. That's kind of.
"dean" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared
"Today. Please very. Very. Suck dating with dean, Vanessa Jared, an iheartradio podcast. The national lead us. Oh, I was about to welcome to another episode of health dean stocks at dating. I'm still in Montreal. And apparently, my audio quality is not that great according to in. But I think it's just perfect. Jared. How are you? I'm doing wonderful. How's everybody else doing Mark Easton gentlemen, a fine? Thank you very much. Thanks for asking. Yeah. We never ask you I feel bad. You're here, you guys are really the heartbeat of this podcast, Vanessa denied just or just in the background our way through, really where the brains lungs and heart of the podcast. Okay. We're like the spine and the bone structure or the vital organs. You guys are the things that provides stability. Oh, okay. Oh, that's a good analogy. That's nice. Just came up with it on the spot. Pretty proud of that one is pretty good. We'll today is pretty much a question and answer podcast, though. Be no guests. It's just us five having a nice little Hyun a session with ourselves. And you guys, of course, because you are the ones who provided us with the questions they will be all relationship topic, mostly about dean gona paradise or not. Is that what are Goss is about? Relationship. It's all about that. Can we get to the start with the van thing you want to start with the van thing? I mean I kind of do. Yeah. Of course, well for anybody listening. You probably already know that. Dean, this summer has ambition to move into a van not ambition. It's coming to reality now and dean, you're going to be living in a van during the summer when do you have to move out? Have you moved out of your apartment yet? Jared Wendy move into the van Jared has more critical of this adventure. I'm not to. Cool anyone I've ever met. I'm not critical. I'm more nervous for you living in a van nerve wracking, heavy on anyone can live in a van Dien heavy on the scrutiny. All always coming from Jared. I'm not saying you can't just get. It's living in a van. Do you know where you're going to park, your van doesn't already shower? So it's all in. So this.