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Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes
"delauney" Discussed on Eye on Potatoes: A Podcast on All Things Potatoes
"Growers and thought leaders on advocacy production and all things potatoes now. Here's your host plane. Nordland aubrey one in welcome back to yet again. Another conversation here on the eye on potatoes. Podcast i'm your host lane north london in the past. We have discussed all the great work that the potato leaf or the potato leadership education and advancement foundation has done for the advancement and future of the potato industry. Here in the united states and one of the pillars of the foundation is of course. Awarding academic scholarships and. I'm excited to be joined today. By mike winkle with the foundation and a recipient of a ten thousand dollar academic scholarship through the p. leaf foundation. Today mike joins us and to lonnie. Jayakody joins us here today as well. First off to lonnie congratulations on this award. How are things going today at michigan. State university alperstein. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to talk with you all today. It's pretty good day. Yeah classes have actually started back up on campus so here today and there's a lot more people than i'm used to so that's a little change. Definitely a change from how it's been definitely in the past few months and over the past year and mike. Thanks for joining us here this morning. You are on mountain standard time. Today as i am i am. We cam quarrels. And i are both out at idaho. Grower shipper association's annual meeting in sun valley. So it's great to be For us back on the road some and and being able to see growers across the country and talk about all of the issues facing the industry. Well again. As mike and i were discussing before we pushed record here at. It was a chris about thirty nine degrees. When i got up early here this morning in montana. A little bit cooler in idaho as well and as all farmers talk to lonnie. What what's the weather like in michigan. Today it's actually quite funny and it's warm so but i- yesterday we had the kind of Dropped down to the late Like mid forties in the night. So i feel falls coming our way. It's hard to believe that. We are into the month of september and as we get back to our conversation about the potato leaf foundation awarding eight ten thousand dollar academic scholarship for a student like to lonnie who's conducting research that benefits the potato industry. Tony before we jump into the scholarship itself in the work that you will do with it. Let's just talk about yourself where you grew up. How stem inspired you to get into research and pursue a doctorate and beat researching issues that impact the future of the potato industry. Can you just maybe share that with us for maybe young women and men out there listening that maybe are curious about a career in stem. And and how you got into a program looking at getting a doctorate. Yeah i was definitely push toward field in stem mostly influenced by my parents. My mom is a an has an incredible green thumb and as always spent time out in the garden. So i grew up Really spending a lot of time with my hands in the dirt with her And my dad he actually immigrated to the united states or my family immigrated to the united states from sri lanka so that he could pursue a phd and organic chemistry and so I'm fortunate but my father really did influence You know my my view of the world and Through the lens of science and so I kind of like to think of this pursuit of my current degree as like know modest to Both of my parents and their talents But right now. I'm my family. Lives in saginaw michigan so I'm close to home. Because i go to michigan state university now And i did do my undergrad. I miss you as well In plant biology and genomics. No maybe let's walk through. What led you to that. Area of expertise in focus in your studies was at participating in events in high school. Or what led you on on that career. Excuse me on that studies path. Yeah i mean. I knew like in high school. I was definitely interested in the sciences. But i hadn't fully developed An understanding of what. I could do with it for a career and then when i started at. Msu as an undergrad I very quickly kind of realized that i could actually that. Agriculture was a field that like i could combine my love for nature and plants with my interest in science and actually make a career out of it and it was really heavily influenced by so i must was a land grant. University that was founded For studying agriculture and so a lot of the professors that were teaching my introductory biology classes. had very strong plant science backgrounds. And so when they were giving examples and biology. They were often talking about plant sciences. And that really sparked my mind is like oh i could actually pursue this as a career and it's something that i'm genuinely like really fascinated by delauney when we look at the the award of ten thousand dollars to help you. Complete your phd. What would you just like to tell our listeners out there that are part of the foundation that are a part of the us potato industry. And how this is going to help you complete your degree but also help advance the. Us potato industry. Yeah i mean. I am so incredibly grateful for the recognition and the support First and foremost and it's really going to help assist me in my pursuit of my research. i have a lot of really exciting project ideas that could help our understanding of what makes potato a potato. And how can we advance the breeding and cultivation of potato And this monetary support really does help me in that pursuit so mike as we look at the actual support system in helping to advance the future of the industry. You walk us through again. We've talked quite a bit about the potato leaf foundation but maybe share with us. Jala got its start back in nineteen ninety eight and maybe the steps that it took to become a true foundation. Not too long ago. Well lane you know. I think When we when we talk about the scholarship and some of the history on it on as you mentioned The industry's been providing scholarships since one thousand nine ninety eight in a couple of different formats Initially it was part of national potato councils auxiliary with them doing fundraising and and awarding scholarship. Overtime is the exemplary Simply became part of national potato council The organization continued awarding the scholarship and as we created a potato leaf in twenty twenty We were excited to be able to move that. Scholarship over.
The Dave Ramsey Show
"delauney" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Positively or negatively is actually more important than the technical financial teaching the technical financial understanding the details of an investment important controlling the person in your mirror absolutely vital. And so when you have things happen to you You need to give yourself a little bit of a. Somehow we feel like we have to be like financial superman financial superwoman. Even when we're really going through a hard time like our last caller who just lost her husband. Yeah you know. You don't have to be superwoman. Well i think it's that i think also sometimes like you said it might even be. It can be a coping strategy where we're like. I just wanna do stuff. I want to control what i can control but to your point. There's not a time line. You have to do all this on. And so one of the most powerful things you can do. This is with money decisions but any decision is just consider the season that you're in and i don't think we do that enough dave whether it's with your your health your family your work your business even your money. When you consider the season that you're in then you can set goals and make plans that are a reflection of what's going on in that season so the season of mourning after losing. Your husband might not be the time to knock it all your all your checklist on your Going through all the paperwork stuff. It might be something you do. More gradually over six to nine months than in those first few months. And so i think there's just there's something really powerful of stopping checking in with yourself considering the season that you're in before you put all the pressure on yourself because sometimes we put pressure on ourselves and it's not the right time the right season for that pressure of that goal. Well and i think the reason we do is we. We've lost this. We've got this disconnect as finance sits over here in its own little column of our life as little silo of our life and everything else is over on the other side and it's like but and so no matter what is going over in in our the big of our life. Somehow we're supposed to be okay with the money part or we're supposed to you know Not do not be susceptible to stress spending or our grief spending or not be. Of course you're right and people do some of the dumbest things when their personal office stuff. Yeah with money or when their personal life going like really really good and they feel invincible. Lightest touch everything. I touch turns to gold. And no you don't no you don't you get you get this high because everything seems to be working and then you go do something that super high risky but in your mind. Everything's been going good doesn't feel super high risk. Yeah so of course it super well. I think the the bottom line to is in any of these extremes whether you're an extreme of of grief or healing or even just you know you've got a lot going on you're busy maybe you're just super tired. Think clearly in those times. It's hard to think clearly when your morning. It's hard to think clearly when you're exhausted trying to keep your head above water. And so i think that when you can get into a space where you can think clearly. Then you're going to make better decisions but if you're just reacting you're just flying by the seat of your pants or trying to just control things to control. You're not necessarily going to make the best decisions you need to think clearly and get out of that in order to make better decisions so delauney talked about this john dr johnny when we were going through kobe this time last year and people were in freak out mode that when your when your brain is in freak out mode whether it's anger fear pain grief. Whatever you're just overwhelmed with emotion. It shuts down your critical thinking skills. Because you go into fight or flight yes and He talked about that. And and and you know we all know that from a common sense but hearing it for de made it sound smarter. But i'm not sure he is but anyway he sure has a lot of letters afternoon but It makes sense though but yeah so. All of us have periods of time in our life short and long that there is extreme emotion. Do not make big financial decisions during a moment of extreme ocean. Yeah the logic. Part of your brain is literally not working. A hundred percent of your decisions suck during that time because you are not i mean you know giving an example when people get scared they get super scared they get desperate right. If you get desperate is when you fall for get rich quick and you get caught on because you're like fifty eight. I just woke up and realized i'm got to retire. And they also go into orbit and will they do they go some of the dump button get rich quick investing stuff and they get ripped off and so they destroy what little opportunity they had to actually catch up which you can do at fifty eight. You're not gonna die you're gonna make little baby The when you. When i get desperate ride after i get desperate. I'll get really stupid. Well yes desperate. Decisions are always bad ones. We talk about this even through entreleadership with hiring when you're desperate you're gonna make a bad higher because they're desperate. You're not thinking clearly. It's it's it's true with anything that we can coleman. And i've talked about this when we hosted the show on fridays together. We have people calling in and they took a job. That was the wrong job because they were desperate. And i was like man. That was a bad decision. What do you do then so desperate. That's that's such a good point. Desperate decisions are are always bad decisions. Ira friend married a woman that he shouldn't america's he was desperate next level. That's next level cost you a lot of money. I'm just saying and headaches back and the same thing can be true. Some lady hired or married a bad. I mean ways. Yeah it's expensive mistake. Yeah serious i'll kidding. Aside with all the stuff happening with covert with grief around any kind of situation. You get fired. Well what happens. You go through the stages of grief. Yeah you get mad. You're in denial. You blame other people. that's probably your fault. You don't come to that immediately Might not be your fault. I dunno. I got fired one time and the guy i never knew why i still don't know any died so i'll never never find any cuss me out when he fired me so i really i mean i should be about it. But he's dead. And so. But yeah so i one of the things i've found around here over all these years. If we're going to let someone leave they're gonna know why and they're gonna. If at all possible had a lot of warnings. Yes yeah a lot of heads up about it but if you give fire they get caught off guard. That lady in our earlier segment been with tyson thirty years. Yeah didn't work out. Yeah oh you are. Oh yeah you hear the pain yes. There's a story there at the new plant. There's a story there. Yeah and if all that stuff in your stomach and coming up into the back of your throat not a good time to bios. Yeah yeah yeah not a good time to know suddenly say i'm going to open a business and go four hundred thousand dollars in debt to medicate the fact that i'm really hurting pissed off and wondering about my own worth alley world. Yes personal finance. So the more stable steady consistent predictable the person yeah the higher probability they bill wealth you..
MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News
"delauney" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News
"Be a new captain. America but then the show on disney plus. I wanna give anything away. It's a show on disney. Plus no spoiler steve come on his is different so anyways so you get to watch it so anyway. So yeah. New annual pass no no news on disneyworld annual pass. Is anybody heard anything. I could use one of those yeah. It'd be nice at one time. They were very in vogue and stylish. We had when when there was a good. Dvd discount many years ago it was. It was a deal. I think that's the only time we've owned one so we'll have to. Yeah we're always like it. Get to ticket or whatever we can figure out so which is not great when you go with people who are just like delicious. Go into the park for an hour so it depends. It depends on what what event we're going to or what we're doing so it'll be nice to but we tried to try to get one or one all the stuff happens but you can't buy one now so we're just waiting so so no news on disneyworld pass yet. I guess nothing yet. Okay and also no news on dining plans either. You would think soon. Hopefully the numbers keep well. Don't they have to wait until they figure out the capacity issues and limitations before they can really get into dining like once a there at one hundred percent capacity dining. we'll be back. And i think poll different a whole round of restaurant openings. Actually they're scheduled for opening later this week. So let's just say in early august as usually wear a week or two behind and getting shows posted right. Steve yeah we. We were there for dessert. Party at up caught and they had an offer. She is author shoes shoes. Yeah and they headed in their restaurant must have been closed. Nice big space. It was good for the party. I was like being here. I'll like oh it. Is this worth route. Must be close so yeah hopefully. It'll be nice one. Everything is back open again. All right. I think that we were shooting for a quick quick fast easy little show a quick show for this week. Lauren will be back soon. she's going to have so. Much is a disneyland and alani in hawaii overall i have a lot there too so in other words get ready for a really boring show about hawaii. Gosh lauren how did you have to go all island get. Lisa's all pacific on us. Lisa's lisa's been delauney. I still haven't been again though. I haven't even been to alani again. You've been twice once at least once. Maybe twice lauren's over in hawaii and the rest of us are over here with a tropical depression thanks lauren or a generic generic depression. It's a lack of tropics depression how to fill the bill. Oh goodness all right. We'll wrap it up okay all right. So as steve said we're going to wrap up the show. I'd like to thank pixie. Vacations for sponsoring the podcast. If you have comments or questions for us you can send those to us at comments at. Now's chat dot net. Thanks so much for listening. And please join us again. Next time on most.
Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"delauney" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"Had i stayed with her. I don't know that there's anything that was actually capable of doing a dive. Master did go down and recover. Tina and the crew worked to save her but they couldn't. Gabe ended up pleading guilty in australia to manslaughter for failing to save his drowning wife after determining that his extensive diving experience and underwater camera showed he fully could have saved her narrative. And i didn't know that the diving experience. But i i was doing this okay in the second time around i was like oh well you very well. You're an experienced great so you should know what you're supposed to do. You could have Dove and got her right exactly now. He pleaded not guilty in america to murder after serving prison time in australia. For over a year american courts found that he had not committed murder and the charges were dismissed. Scuba experts in america determined that the conditions of the dive were challenging and that tina was an inexperienced diver who drowns in a way that was not uncommon but some people suspect that his. Us trial was driven by political motives. Because the attorney general championed that case and justice for tina watson during his reelection season. This is really one of those that. I don't think we'll ever have the real answer now. What happened here because it's it is highly probable that this was an absolute accident but it's the some shady things in here three number three on our countdown of honeymoons. Gone wrong. shreen delauney dewan is a.
The Breakfast Club
"delauney" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"You're gonna have his own. You better have your same bay aka must-have returning to the screen and a forthcoming biopic about the loneliest. Monk the jazz legend. He'll be playing that touto role by the way. He's an amazing actor. Let's not forget like he was like a child actor slash. you know. He's a rapper. Podcast host as well now. So looking forward to seeing that they said that According to peter lorre moorland who's one of the cofounders of jupiter rising film. He said yes. He lives his life with the vibe not easily found in hollywood because he's not hollywood pointblank. His values and moral compass are intentional and focused on what really matters everyone who knows. His body of work has seen him boldly transform himself from his music to the broadway stage to screen and beyond when he looked at me and said i am the loneliest. I knew we had him so looking forward to seeing. That are unfortunately though i will say this. The family of the loneliest. Monk has condemned this upcoming biopic and according to the family was not approved by the estate like stuff like that would make me not want to be involved. Now it'd be hard to like do a bio-pic when you know the family. I think it might have signed on before the statements thinking. Let's meeting yeah because The loneliest santee has monk said this project and its announcement are totally unauthorized. I hate the script and control the music and baloney os's catalog. There is no involvement by anyone in the family with this project and we actually condemned the effort. And it's not. Even you know mr mr base fault. It's the fact that this production company will decide to go out there and do that without getting the blessing of the family. Like that's if you're a production company and you got to do something like that and you talk to the family and they say no. Don't do the project. You know this any of this about the story of delauney monk and i'd really interested in seeing that because from the description. According to the press release they said it's going to center around the loneliest monk struggle from musical success mental illness and the spiritual love triangle between his wife. Nellie and one of the world's riches women nica rothschild while this goes yes. Wow somebody right now. Picking future to arou- are you giving you donkey to. Oh we've got to hold the president accountable. We need president biden coming in front of the congregation again. This we'd like to have a war with it was last week. I gave it to them but you saw his hall last night. gotta talk. can i just say something. You should paper this whole thing disgusts working. Like i'd rather listen of piney. Protect talk about protecting the environment or his heart as you guys coming up. Oh my god. We'll here take my plastics drove. Is that seriously has psychotic. Okay out what boy. 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Side selling and i think it's very important to keep folks aware what's going on now yesterday. Joe biden's presidential town hall with cnn. Hose don lemon include monster limit limits. Credit He pressed him to explain why he hasn't called for the filibuster to be abolished. Now i don't i. I told you all this last week. But let me reiterate what the filibuster is any attempt to block or delay senate action on a bill or other matter by debating at length by offering a bunch of procedural motions and other delaying our obstructive actions. If you got rid of that this administration could actually get some things done because the democrats have majority that depends on tiebreaking boat from vice president khama harris. If they got rid of the filibuster they could pass legislation without republicans. But you got democrats like joe manchin and kirsten cinema. Saying they don't want get rid it would make which makes no sense if they actually care about what happens to people in this country. They don't care about people they care about their own political interests and not the interests of people so don lemon rightfully so press joe biden about it last night in this happened. Why is protecting filibusters. That more important than protecting voting rights. I wanna see united states. Congress the united states senate pass s one and s for john lewis. I get into my desk. Consignment what i wanna do as i'm trying to bring the country together and i don't want the debate to only be about. Whether or not we have a filibuster exceptions the filibuster or the going back to the way the filibuster had to be used. Isn't that the only way you're going to get it done right now why protected. There's no reason to protect it other than you're going to throw the entire congress in.
Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"delauney" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Sunday june twenty eighth nineteen fourteen archduke. Franz ferdinand presumptive heir to the throne of austria hungary. And nephew of the emperor was assassinated in sarajevo. The capital falls new huts governor alone with his wife. Sophie duchess opponent vote. Those responsible for the motives appear to be a gang of young serbian. Nationalists aggrieved perhaps at the australian empires annexation of bosnia herzegovina in nineteen nine eight. There is even some suggestion. The killers may have been acting with the knowledge. perhaps even the encouragement of the regime in belgrade. This is why the assassination of archduke franz ferdinand vo. Obviously a serious event in itself may be more serious still austria already. Suspicious of serbia's ambitions in the balkans has a natural ally in germany austro-hungarian emperor franz joseph who has warned the habsburg crown for sixty six years is an old man. It is unclear how sound his judgment is or if he is making judgments it may be that. Vindictive mutterings emerging from vienna and berlin A roose an attempt to leverage the ops. Jukes death to intimidate serbia. Certainly no other. European powers have said much beyond offering these standard condolences. Is this going to be a much bigger deal or not or could it possibly become one by accident. This is the foreign desk if the assassination of archduke franz ferdinand and sophie is linked not just to some fringe. Onslow nationalist capable some fringe serbian nationalist group but role that the powers. That be in serbia. Then this is obviously going to have much more ramifications. Austria hungary will view this as an unfriendly act by another state which is to say. The kingdom of serbia. We haven't had a serious war in europe very localized affairs for decades and he would be unconscionable actually i blunder into some big award but what worries me sitting here in london. Actually the people here are nope watching out for the dangers. They don't really taking it very seriously. They're very distracted by surprise at the suffragettes of the home rule campaign in ireland. Nobody's really paying any attention. And i have just a nasty feeling that we could blunder into something stupid. You're listening to the foreign desk. I'm under mullah will first of all our man in sarajevo guy. Delauney joins me on a surprisingly technologically advanced telephone nineteen fourteen. Hopefully he can hear this guy. Can you hear us okay. Are we coming through. This is going to eight hammy. Yes we can hear you as well guy. Thank you for joining us guy. First of all. What do we understand now about. What actually happened in sarajevo last sunday on the very mixed basic scale on fronts ferdinand and his wife sophie would make shot to death by an assassin in sarajevo as they drove in that mooks kate Along the river in the center of the city now franz-ferdinand ferdinand was that in his role as the inspector general of the imperial army for the austro-hungarian empire and he's had increasing influence and austria hungary in recent years and this visit away was part of increasing profile and there was more than that as well but to get back to the facts of the assassination they actually avoided walnut assassination attempt by a matter of inches. Somebody in the crowd along the key. Sides threw a grenade at that car. It bounced off the folded convertible roof on that. Call back into the crowd and it was on time that exploded causing injuries in the crowd. The royal couple and then educate then went onto that planet destination. Which was the city hall in sarajevo. Where they were meeting the math and other dignitaries that and it was on their return journey that the second assassin approached car with a pistol at the corner of the latin bridge over the river the show from birth to death. They died in the car as they were being taken to hospital. From the very fact that there was as you pointed out in attempt on the objects life early in the day as well we can infer that this is not one random malcontents acting entirely under their own cognizance. They reside plot there is a conspiracy afoot. Isn't there what do we know about the perpetrators. Well we knew so phone that those seem to be members of a hand slava group known as young bosnia which is affiliated with a serbian secret society called black hand now both of these groups are committed to the idea of bringing all the south slavs people together in one state. Serbia has its independence. it also now has control of macedonia and kosovo but the other south slavs people in croatia and bosnia-herzegovina still under the control of the habsburg empire and it does seem that this jewel assassination has been motivated by the desire to somehow remove these lands from australia. hungarian control. I'm putting me on directly under serb control. To bring all these south slavs lands unified together in one country much support in the balkans especially in serbia. Full that kind of sentiment do the black hand and the perpetrators of this assassination are they operating from a position of mainstream support or is this a fairly eccentric niche preoccupation wilford secret organization. It's known that an awful lot of serbian army officers very senior serbian army and they're either members or otherwise involved with black hand. We know that the serbian royal family as quite enthusiastic about black hand out of ames and we know that. The serbian government is sympathetic towards him as well now. This is problematic because.
Monocle 24: The Briefing
"delauney" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"A focus on powerful new technologies. That have the potential to help produce therapeutic breakthroughs for patients. Brad near has long been a proponent of science as well as applying this to his professional scientific practice brother is seemingly almost equally passionate about applying those learnings towards creating transformative and innovative company culture. Jay bradina thanks for talking to us. Let's talk a little bit about culture now. Perhaps it might surprise. Some outsiders looking in who are not familiar with the intricacies of research lab that this is a big focus on culture at novartis and indeed that this culture is defined in words you've used before bravery openness kindness. Not maybe people might imagine. We asked your colleague and of our to see. Oh vast nar symon this before does novartis attract the same sort of people or is there something in the water. Almost that seems to get imbue. The team there with this like mindedness on so many of these aspects. Can you even begin to explain. Why this is. We just saw believe that this is a business of people and all of my experiences in drug discovery. Confirm that it's not the molecules in the atoms and the coordinated electrostatic bonds of molecular recognition. It's not the dollars and sense of a big business like novartis this a people business and you know one bad. Gene one dominant negative in the gene pool can really wreak havoc on a biological system in the same is true in an organization and so we worked really hard to put people into positions where they can succeed to equip our long standing associates with an understanding and appreciation for the type of behaviors and values that we think are required to execute our ambitious scientific strategy. It's not for everyone. And some shirley have moved on because they're more comfortable in a different cultural environment but you know as they say culture strategy for breakfast and we'd take strategy pretty seriously vardis. We approach this not just altruistic that a laboratory with this type of culture will be a more engaging more rewarding place to work and that it will read through to low voluntary turnover rate. Which i'm proud to say. That number is very low even in this competitive environment median. Chapters of science at number are over ten years now with less than four percent voluntary turnover. This culture reads through to the quality of our science but the quality of our experience doing science. We put a big emphasis on. I'll tell you you know. Scientists can be kind of cynical and you might think oh gee roll their eyes when they see us come around with a culture slide deck. But they're really into it. Because i think they also believe that to do the type of work we need. We need to manifest these core cultural tenants of curiosity of remaining inspired of working in a what we call unbiased way which is to empower all associates not to fall back to hierarchical thinking. It's a grand experiment that voss's leading internal social experiment for sure but the early returns are quite remarkable jabe radnor president of the navarrese institutes for biomedical research and enduring commitment for more than a quarter of a century. Novartis medicine you with the briefing. Finally today we're heading to the western balkans as the summer. Hotspot begins to reopen to the rest of the world countries like slovenia. Croatia and montenegro are usually packed full of visitors throughout the summer months and the move is a welcome boost surely to the region's economy. Well let's get the latest now from monaco's balkans correspondent guide alone. A guy joins us on the line from the slovenian capital. Right now. good off to you go all. You bathed in sunshine. And are you ready for summa. Well if you take a look at my twitter feed this. Morning thomas yeah. I'm wearing a panama hat. Says on the will give you a clue and things that are opening up very nicely here. At the moment. I mean the streets are very much alive literally with the sound of music because we got the lubiana festival kicking off the. Samis can congressman tareq. One of the main squares in the city We got one of those. Three ten is one one of the surviving three tennis turning up to yodel away In the coming days And that's all opening up very nicely. Indeed well that sounds pretty good and we're talking about sort of pan regional picture then glaze a story of I dunno different pace of development. We've got countries where tourism is even more important than it is in slovenia where you are like in croatia for example indeed we do and luckily enough all of those countries currently have covid nineteen incidence rates considerably lower than that of slovenia in the region is now below one hundred hundred thousand from slovenia naughty naughty and albanians as low as five hundred thousand. I think which is going to be one of the best in the world hasn't at but croatia a fifth of their gdp comes from tourism and they did not badly last year in the tourism season. They got about sixty percent of their usual numbers. Which i think anybody would sound circumstances but something of a miracle that keen to repeat the trick this year so they've been banging away for months now with that campaign which is has got the slogan safe stay in croatia. And that's basically saying to people you come here. We'll have taken all the protective measures. All the hygienic measures possible will have done all best to ensure the toll on tourism workers have been vaccinated for covid. Nineteen an interesting quit. Twist though tom is that. The corporation tourism season is encouraging people here in slovenia to get themselves vaccinated because the slovenes one of the biggest customers thing. They had the biggest customer actually in croatia. Hundreds of thousands of them every summer. Just pulp over the border to the coast in austria and They realized that because croatia schengen they will need to have something stuck up their nose at to get across the border and might as well. Getting something jabbed in your arm instead and this is the propaganda. Now coming out of this lenient government get warm. Jab of astra zeneca dot salty through the summer until next dose in the autumn Guy time is short. But i must ask you about montenegro. You mentioned croatia pretty good performance actually in two thousand twenty all things being equal montenegrins. Very different Really really wanna desperate season in twenty twenty as a final thought. They got any other initiatives likewise to try and get things back on track. They have they've got to cutting clowns in fact one is let anybody in regardless of whether they been vaccinated or not or have even got tested or not and two is to launch a new national airline montenegro. And that's starting its flights in two days time. You might think this. But half of arrivals by air used to come on the old montenegro airlines until that went bust at the end of last year. So a new airline is mission critical mission critical and we shall chant. It's progress with a great deal of interest guy. Always get to hear from you. Sorry our chat. Today was so brief. That was miracles. Balkans correspondent guy delauney. And that's all for this edition of the briefing here in london. Produced by reese james and msl as studio manager was christie evans. My thanks to them one and we'll be back of course at the same time tomorrow. That's noon in.
The Dave Ramsey Show
"delauney" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"John is in los angeles. we ran him up into the commercial and crashed him and he was talking about how to learn to enjoy money without feeling guilty now that he got out of debt delauney. More comments on that yeah. Here's what i want you to do me in. I want you to begin to consider yourself worthy of taking care of two and a half to. It's going to sound counterintuitive because we think we just we just are born into the world. Know how to do this. And we don't but i want you to begin to practice. If you've got the money paid it off everything you're in baby steps four or five and six. You're a lawyer you're doing okay. I want you to practice spending money on yourself. What's an example that you would feel guilty about pretty much. Give me an example like going out to inner central. Okay all right so i think for a little while to learn to develop the muscle. John suggesting you learn to develop as must put a line item in your budget john. That's the line item and that money cannot be spent on anything. That's in that line item. You can do an envelope. Put the cash novel right. John cannot be spent on anything except john had to do this john. My wife was doing the same thing. she's a classic Bell and Well we'll say we'll have plenty of money for the children's clothes. And i'll just wear the drape scarlett o'hara them martyrdom in so i finally had to set aside a separate clothing on sharon's clothing kids clothing. You cannot spend sharing clothing money on anything. Except sharon's clothing then that takes all the guilt out after years of this budget. Here's a practice she around. She has no trouble. No trouble watch orna. She's completely healed. He'll she's healed is america. She's a call phoenix arizona alison. What's up well. I am that three love. How much have you paid off. One hundred and twenty thousand dollars a months forty six months making what kind of money range during that time. So i started my base salary with my full time. Position started with fifty seven thousand. And i am ending at eighty thousand. But with my side hustles said i did multiples of My one year was a hundred and six thousand or what kind of debt was the one hundred twenty so that a vast majority was my student loan for my doctorate degree without me to then have aside house well. That was a pretty significant add. Where's your documents and It's an education very good very good. What started the journey to get out of debt forty six months ago. Well it was looking at myself That i should have stayed in another position. I could have been retired by now and I had a lot of challenges. I went for four years where i was unemployed and underemployed and i went two full years unemployed and then two more years making twenty thousand dollars a year trying to Make things work and then Lots of life in between and I came back. Found my passionate job here in arizona and Realized i could be retiring in ten or twelve years. And i don't have any money to do that and i said i need to retire with dignity because i'm not going to put my children through taking care of me as i took care of my parents. Hey hey alison. It's easy to focus on the money part. But i spend two seconds on being at a work for four years making twenty thousand dollars that is a psychological beating. That's a spiritual beating. What what what brought you back to your feet and said you know what i'm gonna i'm gonna take this one little step and another step another step in. You took off down a road of really trying to reconstruct the taking ownership of your future. What motivates you to do that to side note. I asked for a call when you would be on doctor as i. you so i i was. I've been a single parent for nearly the entirety of my children's lives and My parents were gambling addicts. And i grew up in a household. I know this is like a long way to your answer. But i grew up in a household that didn't take care of money and so i learned how to really be good at being in debt and two thousand six. I discovered a different person. Who said get proof your life. Don't get free but that proof your life. So i tried that and That introduced me to dave ramsey. But i didn't believe in dave ramsey until i lost my job and my house and my ability to take care of my family and then my mother passed away and my father moved in with me and also i took care of him and so it was. It was hard. It was my thought yourself options. I didn't know what to do. I thought i thought. I've gotten that proofed before i can do it again so the first two years i was kind of okay and i was like i've done this before i can do it again. And it just. The debt just kept growing and growing and growing. Because i didn't follow the baby. Step plan right. I didn't have the rest of the plan. I got out at that. But i didn't follow the whole plan and And and then after two years then depression. That in. And i didn't believe in myself and then i gave up. I was like well. You know hack who cares you know. I can't take it with me. My parents didn't take it with them. I can't take it with me. And and so. What does it matter anymore. If i'm in debt. And then i came back to arizona moved away and came back and found my passion job. I love what i do. And i love where i work and i finally started healing my sense of self and my sense of self worth and that's when i was able to then turn around and say you know it's framing national. Yeah yeah you're gonna go out very well done. We've got a copy of the legacy journey for you. That's the next chapter in your story for sure you have changed your life. But now you're gonna change your legacy so continue with this very very proud of you. You have really. You're you're a superhero. Her severe outta dawson. Absolutely amazing very well done also a copy of the total money makeover for you to give away and get somebody on their journey and teach them the baby steps that it took you a while to learn. They're so proud of you. Know very well done all right. It's alison in phoenix arizona. Hundred and twenty thousand dollars paid off in forty six months megan fifty-seven to eighty to one zero six. She's hustling and grand counted it down. Let's hear a debt free scream three two one.
Christy Wright's Business Boutique
"delauney" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique
"Out with my good friends. Fellow ramsey personality dr john baloney host of the john baloney show which lets go and tell them a little bit about yourself if my show is by disney rated g. Let's talk about friendship and like about delauney show is rated r. slash weird. You get the weirdest questions. I've ever to go through the filter for it. I let my kids scroll through that menu kids call. They deemed me. They sent me a on the instagram's and it said me and my twelve year old were were laughing at something stops like no no not for your twelve year. Old child friendly weird questions weird situations and you handle them so well. I mean you have an incredible background and being able to counsel people advise people and that's why i wanted to bring you back on the show because you've been on the show before the show because the hardest questions so good for my soul to make it difficult. Here's the thing we're talking about today. Here's the thing we're talking about today. That i want to dig into because this is something that i hear about a lot. It affects relationships. You know a lot about relationships and how to have healthy ones with your spouse but anybody for that matter. Coworkers friendships. whatever conflict conflict. Your favorite things. We love language. It's the chris. My first question is why is it..
The New Yorker Radio Hour
Thousands Protest in Serbia to Demand Free Press and Elections
"It's another day of protests in Serbia, thousands of anti government. Protesters staged a rally outside president Alexander voltages residence today to press their demands for greater media freedom and free and fair elections yesterday. They briefly broke into the state television building, the BBC's guy Delauney reports that in a news conference vote-rich called opposition leaders fascist protesters' arrived as Mr. which was due to deliver a statement. They then attempted to block all