17 Burst results for "Del Bello"

"del bello" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

03:10 min | 7 months ago

"del bello" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

"And i serve as secretary of the bbc. I'm happy to be here for this episode. With dr vina del delo haas professor in the school of rehabilitation science and assisted dean of the physiotherapy program at mcmaster university in hamilton ontario. In addition dr del bello haas is involved in quality optima living in aging through rehabilitation lab. Welcome shanina and tell us a little bit about yourself. Thank you are and thanks for having me. This is quite exciting. So i'm gonna physiotherapists for many many years. And i essentially worked in every single practice area except for pediatrics. And since nineteen ninety. Four i would say. I've been specializing in the assessment and management of people with near jenner diseases. So that includes a mitrovic lateral sclerosis and dementia. And i've also been involved in older adult work. I've been an educator since nineteen ninety four as well and i no longer practice clinically. That stopped when i took on the assistant dean position. Two thousand eleven. But up until that time i had been practicing clinically and i've actually practiced in west are just in the province of ontario and the province of sketch one. So we're happy to have some international presence in tonight podcast so we were hoping specifically to talk about your work with people with a ls because it's a topic Diagnosis that certainly. I think a lot of pt's of our members in the dd sick. See but don't see a lot of and sometimes when you have those conditions that you see some of the time but not often enough to gain recognition of patterns and you know ideas. I think it's it's great to sort of beef up on some of those sometimes so we're excited to to talk about it tonight but i'd like to start with classifying people with a less specifically in your twenty eighteen article which is titled physical therapy for individuals with aol s current insights and. I also wanted to tell you. I think it's just beautifully written super easy to read and understand sir really appreciate that. It'll be in our show notes for sure for people to look into and find but in that paper there is a discussion of confication of ls specifically looking at staging type diagnosis and bradtha corey. So my question is how often in clinical practice. For example do we see people with those classifications that sort of level of detail occasion.

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"del bello" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

03:18 min | 7 months ago

"del bello" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

"A podcast brought to you by the degenerative diseases special interest birth. I'm tara pageant a physical therapist. And i serve as secretary of the bbc. I'm happy to be here for this episode with dr anina delta haas professor in the school of rehabilitation science and assisted dean of the physiotherapy program at mcmaster university in hamilton ontario. In addition dr del bello haas is involved in quality optima living in aging through rehabilitation lab. Welcome shanina and tell us a little bit about yourself. Thank you are and thanks for having me. This is quite exciting. So i'm gonna physiotherapists for many many years. And i essentially worked in every single practice area except for pediatrics. And since nineteen ninety. Four i would say. I've been specializing. In the assessment and management of people with nur jenner diseases so that includes a mitrovic lateral sclerosis and dementia. And i've also been involved in older adult work. I've been an educator since nineteen ninety four as well and i no longer practice clinically. That stopped when i took on the assistant dean position. Two thousand eleven. But up until that time i had been practicing clinically and i've actually practiced in west are just in the province of ontario and the province of scotch one so we're happy to have some international presence in tonight's podcast so we were hoping specifically to talk about your work with people with a ls because it's a topic Diagnosis that certainly. I think a lot of pt's of our members in the dd sig see but don't see a lot of and sometimes when you have those conditions that you see some of the time but not often enough to gain recognition of patterns and you know ideas. I think it's it's great to sort of beef up on some of those sometimes so we're excited to to talk about it tonight. But i'd like to start with classifying people with ls specifically in your twenty eighteen article which is titled physical therapy for individuals with aol s current insights and. I also wanted to tell you. I think it's just beautifully written super easy to read and understand sir really appreciate that. It'll be in our show notes for sure for people to look into and find but in that paper there is a discussion of confication of ls specifically looking at staging type diagnosis and bradtha corey. So my question is how often in clinical practice. For example do we see people with those classifications that sort of level of detail occasion.

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"del bello" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"del bello" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"The Monitor. There's an APP for that. May sound good. Help rein in Povich nineteen but what if it also might be used to improve things about people's political leanings or demographic information many countries have toyed with using mobile phones to track the pandemic despite concerns over privacy including the United States United Kingdom Israel in Russia but in India the world's largest democracy stakes are especially high. The country has one point. Three billion people twenty three percent of whom live below the poverty line and is eager to allow laborers back to work. But the government's record on digital tools has left many experts. Skeptical that a tracing APP could be deployed without violating civil liberties or building. Larger surveillance systems. That could be exploited down the road. Aerobics say two or the Bridge to health. Tracing APP is voluntary. The government maintains yet it is already mandatory for public and private sector workers and officials have proposed requiring it for services like the Metro as knowledge about the novel. Corona VIRUS GROWS FOCUS will shift to modern people's behavior so the virus doesn't spread says digital expert Shawn McDonald The probable. Then become how to enforce policies in a way that respects human rights especially for marginalized communities. This is not just a privacy versus public health story ANYMORE SAYS MR MacDonald instead. We're making the turn into the field of fundamental rights. The story was reported by Lou. Del Bello in New Delhi for the Monitor. Do you have causes? You take to the streets to defend these retired. Women want young holes to understand as well as they do and freedoms are not again. The Polish granny's May sound innocuous from their name but they are disparate crew of retired professionals all impassioned that has been confronting authorities and nationalist demonstrators for more than a year. The Group of him grandmothers handed out leaflets and hoisted placards to protest against the poisonous kind of patriotism that they see afflicting modern Poland until the onset of cove nineteen. They had been meeting the streets of Warsaw every week under the protective gaze to police officers. The women believed that consistency is key to getting the message out. Unlike some other activists their passion is rooted in the hard history that they've witnessed notably the toll German occupation of World War. Two and later Soviet rule took on their they see worrisome. Echoes in the fear mongering rhetoric and policies of the Law Justice Party the ruling populist right-wing government that came to power here in two thousand fifteen and immediately began introducing controversial judiciary reforms as well as swelling the ranks so far right nationalists. I've lived most of my adult life. Under Communism Christina Piotrowski. A great grandmother says in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I started to breathe like a human being. I could travel freely and now I feel like someone wants to take this away from me. This story was reported by Dominic Sogo and Monica Rubella in.

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"del bello" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"del bello" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Phone call eight four four two two zero zero nine six five I'm not doing the tax thing right now all right I want you to call me want to give me a Holla Holla foot Dallas loser seriously though give me a call let's chat eight four four two two zero zero nine six five we've all gone a little crazy there's a lot of cove idiots out there and talk about it come on people talk about who do things that you just go have you got any so to start us off tonight I want to talk about a co video yet who is the face of the stay home campaign it's an actress I don't know if her name is going to be pronounced correctly hold on we're we're gonna go with funky can del Bello she was one that in these campaigns spots telling people to stay at home during this lockdown well guess what she was just arrested for hosting a party during the lockdown that is today's come on people think about it this girl is known for telling people to stay home people are listening to this actress for the for the sheer sake of looking up to her as she says stay home let's beat this thing meanwhile she's arrested for having a party during the lockdown can I get a couple of people people like that is today's come on people of the day give me one on people let's get people I'm gonna use all those those will be all for our come on people segment she must've thought like those health guidelines just they just didn't apply to her the comedic actress her husband posted a video of the couple having a massive massive birthday party over the weekend so this girl and her husband were arrested and had to appear in court Monday to face charges for breaking public health laws the actress has also been dragged on line with the word hypocrite of course showing up quite a bit on social media in her comments but of course he's apologized do you think any different of course she's going to apologize why do you think someone would be the face of a public health campaign and then not follow the guidelines during a freaking pandemic come on people come on and this brings me to my next thing all right everyone has an opinion that isn't the most popular one when it comes to your friends your family your co workers at cetera so it is time let's open up our.

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"del bello" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on WTVN

"Capability allows us to see your surroundings and the geo location capability allows us to send first responders to your exact location to physically rescue if necessary visit the. F- store today. Download tundra swan guardian angel. And welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with you this hour. We're going to be talking about induced after death communication therapy, our special guest is Graham maxi, a licensed, professional counselor or Dane, minister in the Christian church since two thousand eleven Graham has been the clinical director for the center of grief and traumatic loss in Libertyville, Illinois. The administrative and training entity for induced after death communication therapy, which was del Bello by Dr Ellen Botkin in here is Graham this hour grant, welcome to the program. Thanks for joining us. Good to be with you, George thank. You can you give us a definition of induced after death communication therapy. What is that? Well, it's not therapy. It is a technique, this based on psycho physiological work. It was a kind of an off shoot that Dr Botkin discovered and developed in his work with the VA over the last twenty years of his work there. What he found was that in working with all the. Folks, that had PTSD there was all these amazing stories of loss of, of, you know, fellow soldiers and civilians, that they got to know and, and even enemy even people that they face to face, and killed, and these episodes of grief. We're just overwhelming. And in his work with this he developed, you know, to me, it's like the next Fillon. His discovery was that people wanted to do anger. They wanted to do guilt. They wanted to do anything, but look at the sadness that surrounded these losses. And when he just, you know, said, let's, let's go to that then things started happening what, what the what the mechanism is. It's called bilateral stimulation, which is kind of this rhythmic pattern of stimulating one side of the brain. And then the other through either I've movements or tapping on the backs of people hands, or even sound really doesn't matter what the delivery is. But while they're concentrating on that memory and this happens what we found is that the memory has delivered to them in, in a whole different way. And we kinda discovered why that why it works that way. And these are for people primarily who have lost someone who was a friend, a loved one, somebody in their family. I mean, there's two things that really set it up, and that's connection to the person and a need to know. I need to you know, there's something really important about them, not just that they're related or not just that they were there with you, but yeah, connection in need or to the real key ingredients in that how difficult is Graham to kind of get someone through this process of minimizing grief. Well, it's not it's not actually minimizing it's, it's. When when people have a trauma, or or, or you know, big loss in their life. Usually it's shock. Yes, especially if it's unexpected unexpected or, or traumatic death or something like that. And what happens when we form those memories of it, it, and this has been proven with functional immoral is that the blood flow to your frontal prefrontal cortex where you're actually doing thinking is diverted. And it's very you don't do a lot of thinking, what you're doing is forming memories of the emotional reactions to that. So every time you play the memory back all you get is the same anxiety the same terror the same fear that you had the first time. And what happens when you? Plug in the bilateral stimulation will asking people to to focus on what, what Botkin is called the core sadness of the situation. Is that? It's it kind of plugs in that frontal cortex that prefer cortex again. So you're not trapped into memory. You get the look at the memory. Is there anything supernatural here? Grameen is the induced after death communication therapy for the person who's living or is it also for the spirit of the person who died? Well, that's interesting. You know what, what we're responsible for as therapist is his getting people to this position. Where that? Trauma is no longer affecting than in the same way and my analogy to this is that, you know, if, if I ask you to o'clock in the afternoon to go out and look at the stars George, you know, there's a problem. You know, there's this huge ball of burning gas that kind of kind of just eliminated much. Yeah. So what you have to do is wait till the sun goes down. And that's really what we're doing, you know, after communication. Is always spontaneous Botkin book miraculous. What is it called? It's called induced after death communication miraculously therapy for grief and loss, which is still available on Amazon in that he recounts story where he had felt like you had a really good connection. His client had a really good connection to his deceased loved one. And he said, guy ask a question and clients that sure, and he says, well, ask him what he thinks about IDC therapy. So they another set and CLYDE, opened his eyes and said he says, it's great just remember we're in charge of it. Now, you interesting give us an example, if you can't Graham on how this kind of therapy, would help somebody who's grieving. Well, the, the real art of this. George is to get people. And, and this is the first part of the therapy, we sit and talk about all of the aspects of their laws and try to find the, the crown the, the keystone, you know, this is kind of the most important or the most. Painful part of this, and it can be a slight, it can be a word it could be, you know, could be anything. And when we hold that ask them to hold that in their mind, and kind of re-experience, while we do the bilateral stimulation the perception of that pain comes down for Sipa to sleep, you know, like, we ask them to rate it on one to ten and usually it is a nine or ten. And within ten minutes. It's two or three dramatic. It is really therapist dream. You're not sitting there week on week out going. I hope we get a little break here. You know, some kind of breakthrough it's, it's just, you know. It was, you know, I had I when I trained when I learned the technique from Dr Botkin, I had to be my own subject. He was demonstrating on me. So I was watching myself while I was experiencing it. And I you know, part of me was going, I can't believe this is happening. Stay with us grammar gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and chat more about this induced after death communication therapy, and we'll take some phone calls with you, too. And we only have grand maxi for one hour. So we'll be back in a moment..

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"del bello" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And welcome back to coast to coast. George Noory with you this hour. We're going to be talking about induced after death communication therapy, our special guest is Graham maxi, a licensed, professional counselor or Dane, minister in the Christian church since two thousand eleven Graham has been the clinical director for the center of grief, insure Matic loss in Libertyville, Illinois. The administrative and training entity for induced after death communication therapy, which was del Bello by Dr Alan Botkin in here is Graham, this hour Graham, welcome to the program. Thanks for joining us. Good to be with you, George thank. You can you give us a definition of induced after death communication therapy. What is that? Well, it's not therapy. It is. Technique, that's based on psycho physiological work. It was kind of an shoot that Dr Botkin discovered and developed in his work with the, the VA over the last twenty years of his work there. What he found was that in working with all the. Folks, that had PTSD there was all these amazing stories of loss of, of, you know, fellow soldiers and civilians, that they got to know and, and even enemy even people that they face to face in killed, and these episodes of grief. We're just overwhelming. And in his work with this, he developed a, you know, to me, it's like the next penicillin. His discovery was that people wanted to do anger. They wanted to do guilt wanted to do anything, but look at the sadness that surrounded these losses. And when he just, you know, said, let's, let's go to that then things started happening what, what the what the mechanism is. It's called bilateral stimulation, which is kind of this rhythmic pattern of stimulating one side of the brain. And then the other through either I've movements or tapping on the backs of people hands, or even sound really doesn't matter what the delivery is. But while they're concentrating on that memory and this happens what we found is that the memory is delivered to them in, in a whole different way. And we kinda discovered why that why it works that way. And these are for people primarily who have lost someone who was a friend, a loved one, somebody in their family. Yes. I mean, there's two things that really set it up, and that's connection to the person and need to know. I need to you know, there's something really important about them, not just that they're related or not just that they were there with you. But yeah. Connection in need are two of the real key ingredients in that how difficult is it gram to kind of get someone through this process of minimizing grief? Well, it's not it's not actually minimizing it's, it's. When when people have a trauma, or or, or you know, big loss in their life. Usually it's a shock. Yes, especially if it's unexpected unexpected or, or traumatic death or something like that. And what happens when we form those memories of it, it, and this has been proven with functional immoral is that the blood flow to your frontal prefrontal cortex where you're actually doing thinking is diverted. And it's very you don't do a lot of thinking, what you're doing is forming memories of the emotional reactions to that. So every time you play the memory back all you get is the same anxiety the same terror the same fear that you had the first time. And what happens when you flood in the bilateral stimulation we'll asking people to to focus on. What, what Botkin is called the core sadness of the situation. Is that? It's it kind of plugs in that frontal cortex that prefer cortex again. So you're not trapped into memory, you get the look at the memory. Is there anything supernatural here? Graham, I mean, is the induced after death communication therapy for the person who's living or is it also for the spirit of the person who died? Well, that's interesting. You know what, what we're responsible for is they're up. This is his getting people to this position where that. Trauma is no longer affecting than in the same way and my analogy to this is that, you know, if, if I ask you to o'clock in the afternoon to go out and look at the stars George, you know, there's a problem. You know, there's this huge ball of burning gas that kind of kind of just eliminates eliminated much. Yeah. So what you have to do is wait till the sun goes down. And that's really what we're doing, you know, after death communication. Is always spontaneous Botkin book miraculous. What is it called? It's called induced after death communication miraculous. Therapy for grief and loss, which is still available on Amazon in that he recounts story where he had felt like you had a really good connection. His client had a really good connection to his deceased loved one. And he said, can I ask a question and clients that sure? And he says, well, asking what he thinks about IDC therapy, so they do another set and CLYDE, opened his eyes and said he says, it's great just remember we're in charge of it. Now, you interesting give us an example, if you can Graham on how this kind of therapy, would help somebody who's grieving. Well, the, the real art of this. George is to get people. And, and this is the first part of the therapy, we sit and talk about all of the aspects of their loss, and try to find the, the crown the, the keystone, you know, this is kind of the most important or the most. Painful part of this, and it can be a slight, it can be a word it could be, you know, could be anything. And when we hold that ask them to hold that in their mind, and kind of re-experience, while we do the bilateral stimulation the perception of that pain comes down for Sipa to sleep, you know, like ask him to rate it on one to ten and usually it is a nine or a ten art and within ten minutes. It's two or three that's dramatic. It is really therapist dream. You're not sitting there week on week out going. I hope we get a little break here. You know, some kind of breakthrough it's, it's just, you know. It was, you know, I had to I when I trained when I learned technique from Dr Botkin, I had to be my own subject. He was demonstrating on me. So I was watching myself while I was experiencing it and, you know, part of me was going, I can't believe this is happening. Stay with us Graham. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and chat more about this induced after death, the communication therapy, and we'll take some phone calls with you, too. Now we only have grand maxi for one hour. So we'll be back.

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"del bello" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To coast to coast. George Noory with you this hour. We're going to be talking about induced after death communication therapy, our special guest is Graham maxi, a licensed, professional counselor or Dane, minister in the Christian church since two thousand eleven Graham has been the clinical director for the center of grief, insure Matic loss in Libertyville, Illinois. The administrative and training entity for induced after death communication therapy, which was del Bello by doctor, Alan Botkin in here is Graham this hour Graham. Welcome to the program. Thanks for joining us. George. Thank. You can you give us a definition of induced after death communication therapy. What is that? Well, it's not. It is. Technique, that's based on psycho physiological work. It was off shoot that Dr Botkin discovered and developed in his work with the VA over the last twenty years of his work there. What he found was that in working with all the. Folks, that had PTSD there was all these amazing stories of loss of, of fellow soldiers and civilians, that they got to know and, and even enemy even people that they thought face to face in killed, and these episodes of grief or just overwhelming. And in his work with this he developed, you know, to me, it's like the next penicillin. His discovery was that people wanted to do anger. They wanted to do guilt wanted to do anything, but look at the sadness that surrounded these losses. And when he just, you know, said, let's, let's go to that then things started happening what, what the what the mechanism is. It's called bilateral stimulation, which is kind of this rhythmic pattern of stimulating one side of the brain. And then the other through either I've movements or tapping on the backs of people hands, or even sound really doesn't matter what the delivery is. But while they're concentrating on that memory and this happens what we found is that the memory is. Delivered to them in, in a whole different way. And we kinda discovered why that why it works that way. And these are for people primarily who have lost someone who was a friend, a loved one, somebody in their family. I mean, there's two things that really set it up, and that's connection to the person and need to know. I need to you know, there's something really important about them, not just that they're related or not just that they were there with you, but yeah, connection in need or to the real key ingredients in that how difficult isn't Graham to kind of get someone through this process of minimizing grief? Well, it's not it's not actually minimizing it's, it's. When when people have a trauma, or or, or you know, big loss in their life. Usually it's a shock. Yes, especially if it's unexpected unexpected or, or traumatic death or something like that. And what happens when we form those memories of it, it, and this has been proven with functional Emaar. Is that the blood flow to your frontal referral cortex where you're actually doing thinking is diverted? And it's very you.

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"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Consumer base methodologies healthcare today the entire nation will benefit liberty healthier dot org we have sikio del bello limited culture we get out of here dale taco's about how easy it is a sign up the peace k or go to liberty hillsdale dot org you can ask for free information package goes draped straight to your emails of peru's the pace of the website call one of our trusted advisers or just click on the button that says in role now and you can enrol wright online takes about twelve to fifteen minutes that application a you'll hear back on about three to four days and it really becomes very seamless a n d userfriendly hey i was on hill a jailbird chris establish a mural talk to next year did you can send him some of the one more time with website let's check it out deliverty health liberally held share i don't start doing jingles resolve their clients i think that's 100 rebel website we can ruin of look so by weight 555 85 43 seven eight five five eight five 43 seven and and the fed has just much we're about ready to get my first celebrity endorsement i believe captain is here to talk about captain challenged challenged once each i'm on my credit lewis stay asleep justices 700 oreos attempts to seles rodriguez acid he is in a six however crumbled since thought his own citizens who doesn't we get rid of these later in sales this year so you were the first time oh i'm chris christianity's would you lights.

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"del bello" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Haggadah holiday pillars of hearing case back years is there a reason we don't have the website here cooking school though you also very is look at that from the king a smack credit chraj nu harry like this for tonight recipes i won't so the only and others wanted the greedy that i forgot i'm going to get that before the end of the year so this is basically scale tokyo puffs planners just like oh look at all the peanuts at look at is this is this the new recipe with extra plymouth road this year these these days some i can easily like when four days of a trust it seems to us to itself and i would recommend after the show taking by because of messia snatching of course also it it is a seat well she crisis up in is vital and cereal oh my god ceremony in dili on ties ars oh yeah oh yeah letter advertisement lord rosalind ross ceo real sales wants all over your hanke has a monument to them in libya while all helps there after the show that's weird really is the buck builds and stop their weird in light amama nuts attached themselves well it isn't life like there to assist you know the good lord style you know take a look at look at it in this holiday display that you're pointing out in the doors mr zalm again the red and green down here's the packaging and what is your down within which should really be by five wolf waters downed power you can poor milk into the baggy any truly get over cereal hoop an ice cream in the ice melted oh man i'm turn three hundred a rule swanson hillary also del bello said johnson sorry you you you bet on good on this in the studio before so you realize it's you know what you have.

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"del bello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Martinez i'll we intel bow don't let him ever throw pass so they had the thing right right so he doesn't safe they did a nayef they put a taper homes his with the place around if we went into green bay up a they were big favorite we uh head looks like we're gonna win the game with mattia quarterback dan chandler the tied the game field goal have been no good and and we lose it and and but that was one of the greatest two greatest games it that we pillai lord on chandler's field goal great place kicker for the judge says as they beat because the police were the goalposts china ward hired a home to a ran a stand in africa located oslo it no catherine a thought on wherever it was wise it was it was one of wrath had a bad angle on its while the aco they used to have only one official toyota now they have to unwanted ethos but then it was just one guy in the military i honestly looks pretty good as it has that taipei and when they killed but the two greatest coaching jobs i've ever seen was that came by schumer andrew del bello checked last year starting out going to three quarterbacks when what to actually to when when name brady was missing or up along brasilia iron and that's why i say by the way i am i think rommel back me up here the hardest coach the sport the the great coaches are in football drill no what you're doing and it's amazing good no argument on that we're going to take a break 6172544400 to triple eight 929 rightback talk a little ball.

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"del bello" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"The spinning disk and that's true us behooves here i mean maybe that's why the that would make sense yeah i don't know but so at struggling to think of what that thing will be you're out i think it will they find the company in a lot of ways if if they come up with something they'd go a massive opportunity for it to be killer happy if it's a thing that everyone was gonna walk out but i don't know what that thing is i'll be dealt del bello stones such a march and everybody else if we all deal of clippings stuff on your smartphone becomes a thing they'll have at least a year in advance for everybody else but i i called for the life of me they should go thing course they should go fines if people that did handspring and see what they had mined i'd probably go didn't they'd hands dover hands when people google what are the gut palmos orwell's palm bottom so ask and once again by the uae goodbye wave goodbye to these things take it it will be interesting to see whether this thing actually takes off day arm unlike most of the competitors as you mean we defined these as a competitor to android in some way while the just while more android five they managed to define themselves i a market price and get people excited about it away the hobart for the third parties halford selfish never molly speed the also yala everybody's this with a selfish boats and so people were excited about it be people were anti surprising them chevry well people in all community where above normal normal people would central cardiff managed that so yeah my hopes are hari art sibaji disappointing.

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"del bello" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The young to like they were and they and they have being brought him in beating them up because they'll get out caught on in this season coming up okay fo del bello dave i i believe they won't go we have the number one three of won't grid disagree but so the pages play the bad division gricha pages play the in the worst division in football the igc i'm going to be there is a discussion to be either it's the worst division football outside of the patriots but they still go the playoffs and win in they won the afc championship in two thousand one two three four seven two as leverage there's a d do there's too little not get to the jittery you're not getting to the super bowl by beating the division of beating other toplevel teams efc are they not work that's the one game with the other one game the only one year will be the only played one game the while i'm talking about the nfp to that a quite of their playing like the truth to claims leonard division whatever thought they now when you're you're or or you wanna say like they're so both other than pete carroll blown call aw and a lucky catch by the uh the receiver off at pip you're looking at a law no optout of back in on atlanta mmhmm which they overcame knows i'm i'm not here to defend the patriots by any stretch imagine but do you think we can look at any any of their losses like oh i dunno david tyree catching he against his helmet do we will do that and go wall of not for that catch and actually win the super bowl and we will do that or did win the other way no no that's not the.

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"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The promotion taxes higher most people would least incentivas then the third of all your people that are uninsured completely of how you know i think the first thing you said was was so noble because we're just used to it and that's the problem isn't it it is we think oh this we couldn't possibly differently because we've always done at this what how do you how do you care that objection to to i'ma talking corporations in in in in benefits buyers but just the johnny launched bucket guy were like really i mean my first thing was really because we compare healthcare to every other financial transaction you go to the restaurant you're looking at a menu you see the dollar amount four compare your ticket at the end of the evening to what you ordered you go to the local repair shop for your car it's the same thing every other financial transaction that we encounter in america is based upon us behaving as a consumer suddenly in the healthcare arena we're a patient where somebody else telling us what we need to do we have to follow their instructions in were kind of helpless sure and we reasserted ourselves as consumers in the healthcare marketplace and we're making those choices and decisions ourselves because for us fundamentally we have the godgiven right to manage direct and control our on health care and that's why we do the islet when he does have other the as for president clinton really del bello director liberty hilter so talk about the metrics behind us so how does it work how does the guy gal business sign up take us through the process because right now the process is pretty basic you get the ira's for it if you don't senate for herbal healthcare uh that your employers already making you do and you basically checked the box reading anything and then you get a giant deduction of your paycheck on this is different than that the it is indeed number one were exempt from the aca so whenever they passed the legislation they recognized there were of so selfsupport groups that were taking care of their healthcare costs in america like health care sharing an so the created an exemption for health care sharing minced reasonable recognized under the.

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"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The evening to what you watered you go to the local repair shop for your car it's the same thing every other financial transaction that we encounter in america is based upon us behaving as consumer suddenly in the healthcare arena with a patient was somebody else's telling us what we need to do we have to follow their instructions in we're kind of helpless and we've reasserted ourselves as consumers in the healthcare marketplace and we're making those choices and decisions ourselves because for us fundamentally we have the godgiven right to manage direct and control our own healthcare and that's why we do that i wasn't just about that mm mr president me del bello though active director liberty hilster so talked about the metrics behind this so how does it work how does the guy gal business sign up take us to the process because right now the process is pretty basic you get iris for it if you don't senate for herbal healthcare uh that your employers already making you do you basically shut the box reading anything and then you get a giant collection of your paycheck out this is different than that the it is indeed number one will exempt from the aca so whenever lee passed the legislation they recognized there will sell support groups that were taking care of their healthcare costs in america like healthcare sharing in so the created an exemption for health care sharing ministries the recognized under the aca in one of those recognised group for our for our viewers in our audience listening audience that didn't read the aca zia for keira so and by the way i have to ask you yes how did you how did when did you come up with this idea or did you come up with a relaunch chinese came up with relaunch i what made you think you can do it because it wasn't as if you're jumping into a river with sharks i mean let's face this is crazy this time the for you guys to launch this in this tumultuous time what made you think you could do it little sticking literally i was standing in front of my mirror on the morning that the aca was being broadcast as being passed and what i saw well that pass confling congress he hit me like a ton of bricks ahead at a pithy there's gotta be a way for the.

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"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"In america is based upon us behaving as a consumer suddenly in the healthcare arena we're a patient were somebody else telling is what we need to do we have to follow all their instructions in we're kind of helpless at we've reasserted ourselves as consumers in the healthcare marketplace police and we're making those choices and decisions ourselves because for us fundamentally we have the godgiven right to manage direct and control our own healthcare and that's why we do that i only it wasn't just about that as president clinton really del bello of director liberty helzer so talking about the metrics behind this so how does it work how does the guy gal business site up take us through the process because right now the process is pretty basic you get iris for it if you don't senate for herbal healthcare that your employers already making you do and you basically shut the devices reading anything and then you get a giant collection of your paycheck going with this was different than that the is indeed number one were exempt from the aca so whenever they passed the legislation they recognized that will sell support groups that were taking care of their healthcare costs in america like health care sharing and so they created an exemption for health care sharing the ministry's little recognized under the aca and we're one of those recognised group for our for our viewers in our audience listening audience that didn't read the aca zia for character and by the way i have to ask you yes how did you how did when did you come up with this idea or did you come up with the relaunch idea came up with the relaunch id what made you think you could do it because it wasn't as if they were jumping into a river with sharks is what i mean let's face it this is crazy this time the for you guys to will launch this in this tumultuous time what made you think you could do it can literally i was standing in front of my mirror on the morning that the aca was being broadcast as being passed and when i saw that past kahn the congress it hit me like a ton of bricks ahead an uplifting theirs god it'd be away for the.

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"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"del bello" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The end of the evening to what you ordered you go to the local repair shop for your car it's the same thing every other financial transaction that we encounter in america is based upon us behaving as consumer suddenly in the healthcare arena we're a patient were somebody else telling is what we need to do we have to follow their instructions in we're kind of helpless and we've reasserted ourselves as consumers in the healthcare marketplace and we're making those choices and decisions ourselves because for us fundamentally we have the godgiven right to manage direct and control our own healthcare that's why we do that i only it wasn't about that hmm as president infosys del bello though director liberty helzer so talk about the metrics behind this so how does it work how does the guy gal business sign up take us through the process because right now the process was pretty basic you get iris for it if you don't senate for herbal healthcare employers already making you do you basically chuck the vossler reading anything and then you get a giant deduction of your paycheck i've been on this is different than that the is indeed number one were exempt from the aca so whenever they passed the legislation they recognised the root of self support groups that were taking care of their healthcare costs in america like healthcare sharing in seoul the created an exemption and for health care sharing ministries little recognised under the aci and we're one of those recognize group for our for our viewers in our audience listening audience that didn't read the aca zia for keira so and by the way i have to ask you yes how did you how did when did you come up with this idea or did you come up with the the launch relay idea came up with relaunch i what made you think you could do it because it wasn't as if you're jumping into a river with sharks were i mean let's face it this is crazy this time the for you guys we will launch this in this tumultuous time what made you think you could do it they can literally i was standing in front of my mirror on the morning that the aca was being broadcast as being passed and when i saw that pass confident the congress he hit me like a ton of.

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