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Denis Prager on Free Speech in Hungary and the World

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:03 min | Last month

Denis Prager on Free Speech in Hungary and the World

"Why was i in hungary. And why was i in czech republic. Is people young people all young. I didn't. I didn't meet anybody over thirty. I don't think all young people watching you content reading preview stuff. we were at in prague. we're at a table of about twenty twenty five people twenties again. And i said they came to hear me speak but they may have been invited by a friend to come i did. I did not know whether they were all acquainted with me. So i just said i promise i will not in any way be hurt by your response but raise your hand if if you are familiar with much prager you content. Every hand went up and my wife took a picture of the hands up. A good idea on her podcast to keep your hands up please. This is in prague. In hungary at this conference conservative conference of young people. I met people from about a dozen countries and everyone were treated me like a long lost brother. I called up. Alan from hungary and i told him how moved i was and he got moved. It's not easy to move the living murder. But i he was. He should be his idea. Prager you this is an interesting question if it were my idea. What i've said estrin new have. Never i've never grappled with that question. And i i was. I was deeply moved because the ideas that we enunciate that. I've devoted my life to our our universal

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"denis" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

Classic Ghost Stories

04:31 min | 2 months ago

"denis" Discussed on Classic Ghost Stories

"I was enough of a bookseller to recognize. It's enormous value. But unlike mr trump it was too much of a book lava to let an american collector. Read it i. I wasn't going to cut the leaves of course and you better than to do that. But there were pretty wide margins and by twisting the pages carefully could manage well enough so sitting down packing case by the light of my candle. I began right away. Won- seen one a room in king philip's palace is sir. Remember that. But i'm thankful i can't remember anymore. Did i say thankful well sir. I'm afraid i mean it. I don't pretend to be a poet myself and the ordinary way. I'll admit there may be better critics but when it comes to a real peace of downright incompetence careless writing of bad scancen and worse grammar of loud sounding pretentious and meaningless claptrap then. I'll take leave to say that. I'm as good a judge as most men. He was awful sir. It was terrible. It was like a parody of the worse. Kind of elizabethan poetry. And yet if you see what. I mean it was elisabeth. Poetry not a word not a phrase to give the show away. Sarah chaderton's forgeries. It was like shakespeare. Read through some kind of distorting lens with all the faults and weaknesses for he had faults and weaknesses..

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Back in Wimbledon Final, Djokovic to Face Italy's Berrettini

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Back in Wimbledon Final, Djokovic to Face Italy's Berrettini

"Other Djokovic has won through to his seventh Wimbledon final but not before a hard fought battle against rising Canadian star Denis Shapovalov the suit used all his experience to find it because of intense seven six seven five seven five when the took two out of forty four minutes to complete they will now chase a sixth Wimbledon crown and a twentieth career grand slam title that would pull him level with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal to do so he must beat the Italian seven save a tail Berra's teeny he reached his first major final with a full set win over the poll about a catch I'm going to make us

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Roger Federer Routed at Wimbledon; Novak Djokovic Into Semifinals Again

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Roger Federer Routed at Wimbledon; Novak Djokovic Into Semifinals Again

"Roger Federer is hopeful won more Wimbledon championship have been dashed in the quarterfinals the thirty nine year old well beaten six three seven six six love by the fourteenth seeded pole who that hit catch you next takes on the tail Berra's teeny most often over the last few games of it says you can feel that you know coming back from it the thirty nine year old veteran now faces the fact that I tried another joke of it is just two wins away from equalling his twenty grand slam titles that after the Serb cruised past the Hungarian Marton fix if it's in straight sets to set up a semi final showdown with Denis Shapovalov the Canadian reached the final four for the first time in five sets of a Karen Khachanov I'm grandma goes

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Denis Valasek Tells Us What Voice Can (and Can't) Do Today

VOICE Global 2021

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Denis Valasek Tells Us What Voice Can (and Can't) Do Today

"Hello there who are you. Hello mona and hello everyone. My name is tennis version. i ever cofounder at. He had and cucolo expert for yugoslav. Stint nice to meet you. But why are you speaking on this topic. Because devi voice arcade herbie's of mine and this is a really nice way to combine them so grab some garner gets ready by the way. How come you are speaking. I am speaking thanks to talking heads from rosebud dada. Ai super kill. Where do you get from i. I would like to know what problems we will be discussing. Today they're two main points. I'd like this custody. The first one is voice is being totally overpowered in movies and tv series. We are talking like or on a supercomputer spaceships that fulfil every tasks text to speech is perfect speech to text as well. Nobody makes any mistakes in pronunciation. Everything is understood correctly when it's now it's huge problem to blocked so noteworthy we are experiencing today. This sets after analysts expectations in your minds of viewers of what voice can do today and as garcia problem and then on the complete other side of the spectrum we would waste can do today and dads being taken as a joke and some of the tv series in the movies were. It's been mostly portrayed at these things can do basically nothing and then why use them and that's obvious for our industry so let's talk about.

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"denis" Discussed on Borne the Battle

Borne the Battle

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"denis" Discussed on Borne the Battle

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Republic of Congo candidate Kolelas dies of COVID-19

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

Republic of Congo candidate Kolelas dies of COVID-19

"Republic of congo held presidential elections on sunday. The leading opposition candidate has died of complications from covid nineteen ish mundi reports. He was aboard a plane that was taking him to france for treatment. Sixty one year old. Gabriel buffet carlos was one of six candidates. Challenging longtime president denis sassou nguesso. Who has been in power for thirty six years except for five years after being voted out of office in one thousand nine hundred ninety two. He regained power in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety seven call ellis. A former government minister placed a distant second in the twenty sixteen presidential poll. Sesame whistle is strongly tipped to win the election. Which happened that missed an internet blackout and an absence of independent observers. Results are expected later in the week for npr news. I m ish muff. Wendy guay in harari

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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey urges the federal government to deal with 'crisis' at the US-Mexico border

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey urges the federal government to deal with 'crisis' at the US-Mexico border

"S. Mexico border, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey urged the Biden administration to step in and help manage the influx of migrants, he says more than 13,000 migrant Children are in the custody of customs and border protection. Right now, that's the highest number in the history of the agency. I'm going to call this situation. What it is a crisis, a manmade crisis called caused by elites in Washington, D. C, who are totally divorced. From the reality on the ground. That was governor Doug Ducey, who traveled to the border along with other Republican politicians to blame the current surge of migrants on Democratic President Joe Biden. Immigration and border Security has been a hot button issue for decades in Arizona and the rest of the country. But do see made the claim that the former president Donald Trump had largely fixed border issues. That's kpho reporter Denis Welsh. Sharp

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"denis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:05 min | 6 months ago

"denis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I am Chris Boden will be joining about 15 minutes by the great Denis Savard. But in the meantime, this is the first opportunity that we've had in several weeks. I think we did this on one of the show earlier on And we were asking our our listeners to send in questions on social media. So let's get to some of those as Nick and I'll try and answer them the best we can. And first of all, we had to go to Brandon Nick because he is the president of the Blackhawks Live Fan Club. And yes. Oh, So Brandon jumped right on this opportunity. Hey, want to know how the Hawks can get out of this recent slump? Get back to the winning ways. And he also asked. Could we see a late season pick up with the cap space that the Hawks have before the deadline, And you know, Nick is is we kick this around? You know, I asked Troy about this is well, because you have guys who Have really stepped up here, particularly guys on one year deals that the Blackhawks have signed. They were. I don't think they were initially going to sign Carl Soderberg. But he has been an asset here at once he got, you know, the first 8 10 games under his belt, Matea, she and Mark is also on a one year deal and depending out on where the Hawks are and how Stan wants to, and this is one of the questions I wanted to get around to withstand. When we had him on last week. We just ran out of time how he approaches the trade deadline, But I would have to think Stan and enjoy agreed with us. When I asked him last night, it's all still gonna be about the big picture with Stan. Depending on where this team is, hey has choices to make if say, another team would want to Common approach him about one of those veteran players who was on an expiring contract. You know, I mentioned two names in particular. And you know if if someone wants to throw Ah, second or third round draft pick, I think Stan seriously has to look at that and way where this team is at and what those players can do for the Blackhawks, which could potentially be a first round match up against You know I Carolina or a Tampa Bay, which you want to get, too, for this teams, you know, long term growth. But by the same time long term growth in big picture is something that stand has to take into account. As you know, you continue to try and stockpile inventory in this in this rebuilding mode that they're in. Yeah, very interesting. What's going to happen at the deadline here? And you know, that's something that I've sort of kind of been thinking about Some of the stuff that I've been tossing around my buddies and chums throughout the league and management and that are on the ice and, you know Hey, what? What is the move? What do the Chicago Blackhawks do in this situation, and I think the next few weeks are obviously gonna dictate that, you know, playoff implications. Things like that. That's gonna have a factor. But if there's a deal that's just too good to be true. It is still as you said, Boat's about that long term. Growth and development and that quote unquote rebuild that we've heard them say So. If you get offered a sweetheart deal that you just can't say no to you're probably gonna be listening to absolutely everything right now. I don't know is, though the Blackhawks are our buyers this Trade deadline. I think that the suitors they're going to come for certain guys, and I think that there are obviously guys that are going to be way off limits, but that there's gonna be other guys that are gonna be in the mix as well. Thea other thing you've got to think about it. The expansion draft coming up this summer to you, you know? Who are you exposing Who you protecting? Do you need to bring in somebody? That's a buffer. If there's somebody that you want to keep and maintain and accept you accept her, and then You know, I think the second part of that question is how did they get out of the slump that they're in? You know, I love Brandon. He's my guy. I wouldn't necessarily call it a complete slump right now. You you know, you picked up three points against Tampa Bay and Um, you know, I don't know. I feel like maybe it's a little bit of a letdown for sure. The last you know the last couple losses there, but I think that this is a team who You know, played well against Dallas. Considering what was going on. The Florida Games were like, Okay, what's going on there, boys, But before I call it a slump. I'd like to see how the bounce back is against Tampa Bay, and I think for the majority of this team right now, it's just about the mentality change mentality. Keep having fun, keep enjoying each other. We're having a good time in Florida, even though they're quarantined and doing all the things they're supposed to do for the league rules, But it's a good opportunity to bounce back. And, you know, maybe if they struggle against Tampa Bay, then we can revisit that question. Yeah, they're going up against the highest caliber teams in the league right now in their barns to so Yeah way knew this is going to be challenged heading in AJ tweeted at us. Do you think the Hawks are hurting? Calendar Cambodians development by keeping them on the taxi squad and not letting them play in rocket. I think this is Nick's is a very fluid situation. You're gonna bring these guys up for certain stretches of time. And if you're finding you're not inserting them in the line up, you know, I think Yeah, they calendar came up right before this road trip, and And then Bohdan was eventually added, as well. You know, when they were looking for some different looks on defense, they had a couple of injuries and you know potential suspensions that they may have had to manage. But I think you know, these guys aren't going to be in once place for a long time. They're not gonna be on a taxi squad. For, you know anything longer than than two weeks or so. If he find that those guys aren't playing, they're going to be sent back to Rockford and the shuttle will begin. Some other guys will come up because I'm sure Stan Bowman. Jeremy counts in the entire coaching staff in hockey ops don't want those guys sitting around at the expense of some playing time. But, you know, I think it's gonna be very fluid. We're going to see you know, kind of the rock for train going back and forth with some of these guys because they don't want them sitting around for too long. Yeah, and keep in mind. The other aspect of development is not just on the ice when their taxi squatting there a little bit more exposed to the team. They're a little bit more in tune with how things work in the NHL except etcetera, so You are still getting a little bit of that developed even though you're not getting any chilled, game speed type of work, But when you're working with the guys and you're moving around, you're kind of understanding that situation. It's helpful, but I would agree with you both. I think that there is going to come a time when And called into so mindful Lovett. He's like OK with these guys need to playing games. Game situation isn't 100% different in practice you really You really can't replicate it. So yeah, There are times when it's like, Okay, let's get these guys out there and let's move him around a little bit, But I think you said it best boats..

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Dennis Muilenburgs Bet on the Future

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:40 min | 7 months ago

Dennis Muilenburgs Bet on the Future

"Denis muhlenberg has kept a low public profile since he left his job. Ceo of boeing at the end of twenty nineteen. But that's about to change me. Lemberg has teamed up with air finance founder. kirsten bartok tau and other aviation luminaries to fund a special purpose. Acquisition company called new vista acquisition corp. They're aiming to raise two hundred and forty million dollars through public offerings to acquire businesses focused on transformational technologies in areas. Such a space defense and communications advanced their mobility and logistics. What does that mean well. We'll let you hear directly from denison. Kirsten who have joined today also with us on my side of the table so to speak is aviation weeks. Technology specialists and urban air mobility guru executive editor graham warwick. Just one no we will. Not be talking about boeing past or future. If you're interested in that i'd like to refer you back to our january twenty nine podcast so let's get started a dentist. Tell us what you're up to. And why joe the good morning and thanks for the chance to talk about new vista. We're very excited about this. New endeavor and that excitement starts with a tremendous opportunity that we see right now as you know i had the privilege of being the ceo of boeing back in. We celebrated our centennial in two thousand sixteen and we. We did some work together on the age of aerospace and when we look back on the history of aerospace the opportunity in front of his right. Now i think it's the greatest one in that one hundred plus year history harris face. We're seeing this convergence of technologies in a way that we've never seen before technologies that span artificial intelligence autonomy new manufacturing techniques satellite technologies new types of vehicles and propulsion systems that set of emerging technologies. All at once has never happened before. Combine that with mega-scale changes in the market. You mentioned air mobility new waste. People are moving Logistics e commerce capabilities the revolution in space in the build out of the lower orbit ecosystem and next generation defense systems that combination of technologies and mega skill. Market ships creates an unprecedented opportunity. And that's what we're focused on at new vista kirsten. Let's hear from you. What brought you into team. Up with dennis and How are you approaching this. Thanks joe and as you know. I've been pretty focused on advanced ever ability for the last four or five years Having been based in silicon valley and kind of live through the internet growth and doing venture capital back then realized early that this transition was going to happen and just from the basic technologies with your talk about them. Electrification greeted propulsion which then goes to autonomy and an ad in hydrogen which has come on the radar lately These technologies are going to completely change Aerospace so that the next twenty years is going to look completely different in the last twenty years and even the is you know. The aircraft designs will look entirely different. Lucky enough i been working on this trying to figure out the right vehicle to investment doing a lot of my own personal investing some through our finance and then was Got on the idea of a spec realized that could be the optimal solution to help. These emerging companies crossed the chasm of death valley of death that we call where you got early stage venture capital money but they needed at large amount of growth capital. These are deep company's hardware and software at their capital intensive and then added that they've got the regulatory component of the faa and. they needed some good opportunities. For large amounts of crossover capital groups. Like softbank could have been that or sovereigns but the spac product has really come in to help. These company cost the valley of death and make it to the next level where they're commercialization occurs and their operational so i couldn't be more lucky to partner with such an incredible operators dennis someone who really pushed billing to be more. Entrepreneurial created horizon ex and necks and We put together a great team here. And we're excited to make a positive difference in the landscape. So so what are you thinking. I mean how do you take these technologies that we write about all time. I guess our listeners want to know and apply them to be like a real product. What what is really exciting. Talk about this this change in the next twenty years. What can we see in practical terms. What are we going to see. joe. I think you're gonna see transformation in these four market segments that we're talking about that's way beyond what we've ever seen before i take what's happening in the in. The lower orbits space ecosystem and extraordinary the number of technologies. That we're seeing that are coming into places real applications now. The build out a satellite infrastructure nanno sats micro sats we see a market for fifty thousand plus additional small sets on orbit or the next decade. We see a number of companies who are working on breaking the cost curve for access to space new launch capabilities that are coming to bear and then new applications in terms of how to use those satellite networks to create information at useful data earth observation New kinds of reconnaissance and surveillance capabilities connectivity. In communications i think the low earth orbit ecosystem. Build out that we're seeing now is just one example of the kind of massive transfer transformation that we're gonna see that's going to create economic value. It's gonna create new companies new jobs. it's going to create a new technologies that are on the innovation edge that are now ripple out into other business sectors. So it's an exciting time to be working on this leading edge

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Biden Administration Includes Several Picks From Obama's

Hollywood 360

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Biden Administration Includes Several Picks From Obama's

"Joe Biden is leaning heavily on the former Obama administration for top staff appointments. If many of the names of Biden's Cabinet nominees and other senior staff positions sound familiar, it's because they are many of them previously served in the Obama administration. They include former White House chief of Staff Denis McDonough, former national security adviser Susan Rice, former Agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack. And former Secretary of State John Kerry. Some liberal Democrats are frustrated with the picks, believing many from the Obama era acted too cautiously.

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In Picking Cabinet Members, Biden Turns To Obama Stalwarts

C-SPAN Programming

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

In Picking Cabinet Members, Biden Turns To Obama Stalwarts

"Joe Biden introduces Mork Cabinet nominations, including Tom Vilsack to return as agriculture secretary, Congresswoman Marsha Fudge to become secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Denis McDonough for Veterans Affairs secretary. He's a former chief of staff to President Obama and Susan Rice, former U S ambassador to the United Nations to lead the domestic Policy Council president Joe Biden with more Cabinet nominations live Friday at 2:30 P.m., Eastern on C

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Biden taps Rice as domestic policy adviser, McDonough for VA

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Biden taps Rice as domestic policy adviser, McDonough for VA

"Susan rice C. is heading back to the west wing president elect Biden is tapping rice to head his White House domestic policy council a post that'll give her broad sway over his administration's approach to immigration health care and other topics it's a surprising shift rice is a longtime foreign policy expert who is president Obama's national security adviser ed U. N. ambassador she's the latest former Obama aide Biden speaking to fill out his own administration he's also going to nominate former Obama White House chief of staff Denis McDonough M. as Veterans Affairs secretary Sager mag ani Washington

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"denis" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

07:47 min | 10 months ago

"denis" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Yes we are die says. Please don't guess so. He's definitely with token amount and it's going to be the first police dog for this podcast. Silence going to be interesting chatting okay. So as per usual people listen to the show. If you take us back. I in time to a little bit before you got together and just tell us about the events that led to you getting matched up with him. Okay so i joined the place in in the uk in nineteen eighty-nine nine From from very from a very very early stage. I decided that i wanted to be please dot com glove. Unfortunately place. It didn't come up very often. So i have to work very hard to get noticed that to a very hard to get matthias known so that you know when the came up i would be considered for it so i used to go out on my on my own. Shift days off Training with guys get to know people finding out what the job was about how the training was done and basically looking what was going to get yourself into so in nineteen ninety two. I was fortunate. The cable i i applied for it and i was fortunate enough to get it to get the position so then i was in limbo for quite quite field bums while waiting to get the cost run into dogs because the needed three dogs just out the coast so the went out and bought the dogs. And then. I was invited into the into the training. School just Familiarization course in july of nineteen. Ninety-two was so. I worked for wishaw police. Which covers some quite large innocent. Inner city areas such as leeds abrupt foot. Holly talks It so in the western part of the of of yorkshire the largest county in the uk on the best of course and we just bought. We just bought her on the The saw a great manchester area as well so we with them jobs. The went into into the adjuster area on on occasions. So yeah north. Of england a west yorkshire i worked for west yorkshire place and i'd only be known on this known maybe three years An in place if all actually gone dog session which was pretty much unheard of really getting on that the quake would you desperate to get on is just the only thing that i wanted to do. Even though being offered a place on c. i d. I knowing that a tall i just wanted to the welcome within the dog and i just wanted to see the operational envelopes do so applied. I got it puts Our training facility. Which is a place called carpet. Which just they were. Motorway at leeds. So it's very centrally based place meant it. Wade's two guys who were gonna be on the coast with me with with With dogs and instructor so the instructor woes So what. I consider to be old school Ex military the very very very good dog trainer new. His new just knew it was doing so it'd be now e selected the dogs. 'cause that's all they instructed domino. They'll go out and pick the notes that they won't on the cost that take the responsibility for the selection of the train in so africans down to them so this particular time the being up to scotland and pick three dogs up from a dealer bath and the three goes in the kennel in inside the in. The compounded took us through and he stood as all in front of the kennels. And i'm looking in. He says it's not yours. And i looked at locked in at this thing is. He told me that it was an eleven month. Old german shepherd he was and he was quite a big dog. If i'm if i'm honest they had the this dog was throwing itself a the kennel door. It was doing the wall a death inside and says go going and get me. You'll made to go in and get it says ca- coming out and just letting how he goes. No go formerly. don't drink now bring him out so at two going and get in. Which is you know a bit scatter really but a little bit frightening when you haven't had contact with adults which is out so i went and fortunately when i go in. He so of realized what the game was that it was going to go on the lead and then went into the lead on and then we had a piece of lund wet. Take him for a walk on the lead on it was just the to your is basically a just. There was no control. Absolutely nothing that auto. This dog was totally totally in charge of everything and very very dominant. So i felt a lot from from from office. Needs and the dog was very very single minded And i got the impression the this dog thought he was in charge so eventually a get him out and let him off the lead and it goes off and it goes way us to do and he comes back in as little sniffer me and we just want way nature their opener perm back on delayed and then we're able able to take him back and then when you start cost line you're responsible for the dog so you're responsible for cleaning them you're responsible for grooming in cleaning the kennel making control everything everything. The without doggies down to joe is my responsibility. So the familiarization Tots at the stayed in kennels. Because what we do. As soon as the doug allocated to me repaired the dog would then come on with me. It'd be a thought in In in a place vehicle as it was back to my own address and he'd start with me the the place built me a kennel in mma back so that i could house in and look after that but yet stay in the kennels for about two weeks while we knew each other so then the familiarization stuff somewhere. We're going off in different places putting the dogs in the vehicles. Getting used to the training venues and centrists getting familiar with with the with the children But it was a real harmful. Everybody on the coast. You could tell the day we'll club. I go the dog just.

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"denis" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

09:00 min | 11 months ago

"denis" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"To be peaking the standard required to win a slam will lower unload of mental baggage will evaporate because i do think these these young guys shapovalov. Maybe in particular is accumulating mental mental baggage against the top players I do. I do have concerns about chiappa valve and whether he has the same affliction that that greg ode dimitrov has. It saddens me to be using grigor dimitrov as As a as an example of why someone might not ended up winning a slam but here we are Yeah i just i worry. He has so many options at his disposal and doesn't have the chip the federal chip required to sort of sort through these options and make the right decisions sort of instinctively whereas felix seem. I agree he. He's got development and developmental issues at the moment that need resolving but i really do beckham to to make the right career decisions. I remember a couple of years ago when he was eighteen. I think can he. He skipped wimbledon and he. W- i think it would have been his first chance to play wimbledon in in the main door a senior player and he he just went in played week. After week of week of challenger events on clay just to kind of hard himself and built his ranking and. I am so impressed with that decision making in the foundation that not gave him said that sort of thing. We're really makes me feel confident. In felix. Gerald seem in a way. That i don't quite about denis shapovalov at the moment but i i hope to be wrong. I think he's career full dot com. Yeah yeah got fading. Osceola same may have a really good australia Coming off a good full season. I think he's learned things about himself. I think he'll go what i think. He's one of those players. I think you'd goes away and doesn't just go on holiday and think ryan think about tennis when it comes around again which you know sometimes you need to be able to do that and disengaged but i think he would go away and analyze. Look at his own game. Look at others an analyze. Where do i went on. Need to improve Yes light you catherine. I do hope. I'm wrong about denis shapovalov. I still maintain that the most exciting tennis among the so called next is denis shapovalov The love seeing him play well when he plays well and i think the comparison with democrats really interesting and right. I do think it's possible that chiappa valves a bit more explosive than dimitrov. I think he could have a two weeks where everything comes together and he knocks everyone off the call. It's possible As you said in the future when the standard required has has that little bit. I can't see him doing that if he needs to. Go through an adult and djokovic just doesn't think he can sustain that tennis against certainly both of them more difficult to have a five sets. Because i was thinking i think he almost has iga field tech qualities of a blowing people away but i but can you do that against the very best over such a duration I'm going to give you a very similar question now. But on the women's side loaded name is about to be fired. Dot ye settling this comes from danneal ninety-three and the question is sakari. Macabre mertens yastrzemski rebut. Kenner concentrate who wins a slam. I i find that quite an interesting selection of players. Actually because i wouldn't put mertens and concentrate in the same kind of bracket as you trump's kerr rabat. Kenna mc merkava not sure about do sting is very Mertens established plan is reached a semi of a grand slam. But at the same time. She's hit a ceiling. This point and the others have got the potential. So do they do. They have the potential. None of them out to me is a young girl before we know we don't really other than we. Just we just don't know as much about them yet. There isn't to use matt roberts day special. There isn't enough data just now to make fell basis of data. We have david. Which is the question that didn neil ninety-three is asking us. He wins the slam. I i think there is. I definitely isn't as a chance that none of them too. But i think if i was going to pick one of them it would be over because i think she's got a lot to her game. I don't sense scar tissue or something mentally. That's just going to completely disrupt her and stop her from fulfilling her potential which i think would someone like secretary. I think she could end up stopping herself. Because she gets uptight in important moments Wonderful athletes etc. Rebecca is a huge hitter. But i feel that. When i've watched play i mean she's very tall and strong incredible athlete. Find her little one dimensional. So and that may maybe. I'm not seeing the full extent of her abilities. But that starts the sense. I get mertens. I think just has a natural sealing a great pro who's gonna keep producing performances up to her seating but i don't think she beats top players when she gets two quarters and semis concentrate. I think has definitely has room. Still to improve. And she's made major strides last year. I know her coach well and already trust his judgment. Nigel says so. I think. I think if if concert had a good draw she could take advantage of it and she ended up going all the way to a final. I think that stephanie possible. But in just the highest sailing to me i would go from. Yastrzembsky is also prodigious talents in terms of balls striking. But she seems. I don't find her hundred percent not honest committed. Because i'm sure she wants to win but i don't see the focus. Don't see the. She seems to get distracted. And get your own too much. So i think she could go either way matt. Yeah still hot. Going on with your strength i like. I like the way david categorize them there. I see strengths going with back up. Playing style wise a similar ball-strikers little bit one dimensional. I would slightly put conservation a similar bracket to mertens in terms of the ceiling I think they've incredibly consistent solid players. Who if drool breaks they might come through it But i'm not sure i'd ever find myself picking them to win the tournament at the start of the event for example. I didn't see them in that kind of level And yet to me probably muka jumps out with the one with the most game the most variety the most potential but kind of i guess it reflects the states of the tools actually thinking the women's game we could see a situation where the level required to win a slam. It's gonna go up because you've got a sarka andress goo sharpen tech bharti. Who young have already one slams if they can become a core group. I'm not sure they'll be dominating the slams in the way the big three have in in the men's game but i could. I could see them. Forming a reasonably dominant group and it being hard to break through if the trend continues on the tour. I think is likely that one of these six players will win one just kind of the alds..

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"denis" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"denis" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Eight, what do I exercise slowly slowly said Wacky my mind my confidence. A great now. Back no should. Yeah. Absolutely and it seems like like you've shed that your audience please played a. Massive role in your coming back and what came to my mind is sometimes we think that the in the workshops that we do or maybe the broadcast that we do are the videos and know it's just out there but it is making a difference, right? It is like step-by-step you making a small impact, your gathering an audience people who can trust you people who look forward to. Yet. Yeah. Absolutely like. What is to this week? What what knowledge can he share with me? They. Communicate with you people still digital. And we're all going like no one is immune to this. Her sadness joined at some point you know. At any given point in time, they'll be so else resonate with your story this rush. F. You literally message me this morning House going to navigate the Devos Store Radja, and then when you email me this morning, only a few hours ago said I sold a diversity. I'm like sheets. I haven't talked about this publicly outside of my own audience yet. Right I mean it's helpful putting it out the amount of people that resonated with the story and that a was voluble. And also wanted to put that story out too short of men that it's okay to be more. It's. Not Pointing hiding in holding this in Yeah Yeah I think. I think you're right in saying that a lot of times men find it hard to share and when they do share they've. They're like second guessing themselves or they feel like it's not manly to share. And You know they say that it's the rising of the Divine Feminine I. Think It's The rising of the divine. But a man who acknowledges his feminine side? If it makes sense the conscious man so to speak and I think the only way that men can rises if they connect. And share an explorer and support one another so. Holiday Inn if you're. It just hurts heads in all, you have to talk about it. Are Good and so healing and. Like I said, there are other people doing these going through the exact same experiences, right? I never thought. Did you see the comments on the Devos Video I did? The amount of people that connected saying I've alter I had no I thought. It was a long. How does that teaches couples have a message you? Get divorced and continued doing this and then I'm just like you know what? You're I deserve love I'm allowed to message other people. Yeah. It's the mind, right? It's mind starts playing games with you after a certain point. It's so it's so crazy the the monkey mind. It's humanity you know is humanity. Yeah. Could you imagine if the minds if it was all just perfect. It just wouldn't. Yang principle riotous writer, we WANNA find balance, but the always perfect balance happens for minute medicine time and then the journeys out of the struggle. On balance and then we struggle. Yeah. This way. Yeah. and to me, you know the Yin and Yang is an opportunity to create some contrast because. Unless you've experienced the deep dark abyss of your soul, you won't understand how bright it is. In the morning. Dawn of yourself and your new self. So to speak where you are shining and you have rose from the darkness, and now you have people that support you because they have seen you when you're down and they've cheered on so. Leading. In this environment, serve like this so much growth at the point of pain I've never. Very full separation I would never cry. Yeah. Right out find crime weak. Like pointless yet now now, that's a different story you know. Ritual yeah. Crying screaming shaking dancing breathing like we're all connecting with nature, right the stuff that I think as. Humans. We've accepted as status school and we're all afraid of looking funny and strange. But now it's like you know just let. Let it out especially now covid nineteen. Let it go. You know my private facebook group was used? Up until twenty twenty was, let's work at how to make. Melt Besse what can I make my better? Twenty two until support group is like WHO's Talk to me I'm here I'm going to be online on this fade for the next five hours while I'm editing a video or something like that. Chat to me, I'll be here. You know and so this important. Yes. Great. That is so profound earlier this year where I was, you know a lot of tarts GONNA mind I did not know what to do. I was lacking that clarity in terms of purpose I just said. You know I'm opening up sometime who has a challenge? Let's talk. Let's understand what you struggle is. You. Know you are you? Are you worried about your job? Are you worried about your health? Are you worried about your relationship whatever it is a given opportunity to share and I? Think that was really amazing for me because. I was able to understand when they were down and when they lit up and more often than not they were lit up when we spoke about what their dreams are the those are. And I told them what if money and time, Warner Dickinson because a lot of time people are afraid. They don't have money or they're too old for something and said what if you take that away what now and they would really lineup? Absolutely, yeah I mean it's it is interesting. I think it's also posed society where we kind of Loud. That money. Or even a jobs like this is the person that we've created you know is a job that we do unto all change again. Because, I've got money I get a lot of my friends. Dislike you travel so much I want you lifestyle and. You can do that. You can have that lifestyle now by the cop because of X. Ones. Okay. That's a belief that you made. And until you actually have shifts. So. That gives. Let's. Let's go into. Denis's mind right now. How How do you navigate uncertainty? Let's say you've decided you want to travel the world. What is going on in your mind right now, how you sort of navigating uncertainty and? Get Out and it happens all the time. Doesn't it always on certain? What's going on? Edge I just like I. Just Trust that everything's GonNa be. Okay it's just Always. Landing on their face you know as the I I didn't jump on a plane properly until I was. Twenty eight years old as a my ex wife and I at first major trip to the US. We have three weeks yet. and. We both had truthful.

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UN Rights Chief Condemns Death Threats Against Congo Nobel Laureate

UN News

01:28 min | 1 year ago

UN Rights Chief Condemns Death Threats Against Congo Nobel Laureate

"U N High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Basch. Let has condemned death threats made against Congolese Nobel Prize laureate Dr Denis, mcquade Gay, and called for his protection. Talk to mcquaid is best known for helping thousands of women, victims of sexual violence in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC for decades he has also called for perpetrators to be brought to justice and. Advocated against the use of rape as a weapon of war, he survived an assassination attempt at his home in two thousand, twelve in Geneva spokesperson for the rights chief Rupert. Colville said that the recent surge of threats against Dr mcquaid had been conveyed via social media and in Franco's to him and his family threats, it'll to be more willing to his advocacy. So his very robust positions he's taken on accountability on protection of women. As a result of what he's seeing two decades in the hospital in terms of Protection you know the difficult part of the country s very very violent region. So that's part of our call to the authorities. It absolutely make sure they do provide really comprehensive physical protection to mccreadie enter the rest of his team. Says that they can continue vital which so many women. Mr Colville explained that the latest threats are likely connected with Dr mcquaid condemnation of violence in the highlands of south Kivu involving mainly Banya Milonga. Herders in conflict against the Bambi. By flu and Benin do communities.

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Become an Expert in your Prospects Problems - Denis Champagne

Daily Sales Tips

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Become an Expert in your Prospects Problems - Denis Champagne

"Denis Champagne is back as the president of Lotus Communications Dennis has generated millions of dollars for his clients based on his own prospecting efforts, and he also trains and coaches others to gain access to the C. Suite. Here he is. I. Everyone. Today I want to share with you. Super Important new concept it's called understanding your clients pains. And I'm not talking about the traditional. Let's talk about pain points. Today executives if you calling to see. Sweet. Want to make sure that if you're going to take time from them. You need to understand viscerally and deeply and broadly their issues their problems. It's not enough to know your functions and features and benefits of your solutions before. You go into deep dive into their problems. The best way to do that. is to write down like I. Do when I trained salespeople is to sit back think through all of the pervasive issues, all of the problems and obstacles that stops them from accomplishing their tasks. If they have issues and they have problems, they want a solution. So the best way for you is to become an expert in their problems no them deep down upside down cross. Wise every way so you can discuss calmly. Eloquently freely the way you talk because you've thought it through, you wrote it down, you exercise and practiced. So when you have a conversation with an executive about some of their strategic challenges problems. You know what you're talking about. And you know what happens you earned the right to have a conversation with them at a deeper level executives want to save their time. They don't WanNA WASTE IT SHIFT YOU'RE GONNA, call them. My suggestion to you is enlighten them know their problems. Better than them. So, when you have a conversation, you've earned the right to discuss with them. So my message to you today is. Learn the problems studied those problems write them down. Discussed with colleagues practice just like a athlete sales are in athletics you're an athlete you gotTA train. It's not just enough good to do exercise. Practice it, and then call reach out in the best way possible in multi touch points and talk and enlighten them about their problems

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"denis" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"denis" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"An excerpt from the book. Mind to mind conversation by Denis Ashi. The Voice of my subconscious grew over time refusing to leave me alone. It didn't stop at answering questions anymore. Sometimes, it actually told me what to do like saying I needed to pay closer attention to what I was looking at. It sells missing the important things in life. The life had been leading. It said was a recipe for disaster. It said that everything I did was my own choice that my future was formed by the thoughts. I told myself and the decisions I made, for example, when I told myself, I wasn't ever going to amount to anything. Well, that's what would happen. I didn't want to listen to this kind of talk life was what it was I figured. I hadn't been mourn lucky, and I wouldn't be able to change a thing about it just by thinking differently. But my subconscious disagreed it insisted that my subconscious mind was more powerful than I thought it decided to show me a physical example of what he was talking about and I was pleased to see it chose to do. So while I was playing cards on my subconscious was part of the game. It remembered every play I started to win some pretty good money based on what he was telling me. But after few weeks is stopped helping me my demanded to know why. Because when he had cards making money like this is not the way to happiness. I don't know about that. I said fuming feeling. Pretty happy. So why did you even bothered Helmi at all? Because I want you to be aware of how powerful the subconscious can be. Alcyone. impressed. But it's plan did work by showing me the difference it made when I did or didn't use my subconscious I. saw that my mind had hin strengths some days. I, walk the city streets, my subconscious made me study the Nice homes in the neighborhood. This could be yours. It told me. Just. The thought. Made me laugh never on not that. Lucky. If. You say so. You have to be born rich to live in a place like that. If you say so. He started I. Repeat that phrase a lot and it drove me crazy of my subconscious seemed to be having a good time. Why are you? Always? So happy I asked, I'm having a great time. Replied, you see before your accident? All you ever did was say negative things about yourself and be self destructive I wanted to answer. But there was no way for you to hear what I was saying everything has changed now that you can hear me. I was curious. Are you ever negative because never hear you get angry or frustrated? Think of me. As he would think of nature, nature always wants to be in a positive state. Negativities is in part of that. See there I looked where he was indicating. Yeah. So That tree is growing out of Iraq. It hardly has any soil beneath it, but survives because it wants to grow to be positive on the other hand if it was in your frame of mind and Newington Avenue soil and might just quit growing. I studied the tree really seeing it there for the first time. It really was amazing seeing how it clung to life despite the lack of soil I started to think about the idea of positive thinking and wondered if the concept could help me. Of course said my subconscious. David I'm like a master. Gardener, and you are the gardener I can do almost anything. You can imagine people have used their subconscious to the fullest have done. What other people said was impossible. They send people to the moon. They have led nations. All I really need is for you to believe in me and use me properly David Dewavrin using me until now is like a gardener not taking care of his garden. Your plants are scattered all over the place, the weeds of taken over and nothing is going to grow. The image of my life as neglected garden was so clear my mind, I couldn't help but identify with it. I. Suddenly wanted all to change I, wanted my girl rich with green. What. Am I supposed to do? Surrender, to my advice, follow what I have to teach you. and. What is that? I have unlimited potential, it said to me patiently, I can help you gain more power than you could ever imagine a knows difficult to believe something like that since I'm invisible. But think about this. When you look at successful people, then compare them to those who haven't success. You can't see physical difference other than the material goods which might surround them. The difference is invisible. Just like I am invisible seem strange right now, but will all make sense if you allow yourself to accept it if direct your subconscious in the right direction, you can accomplish results. Then again if you direct your subconscious in the wrong direction. It can destroy you. I, could almost see it, but I'll still so confused. Who Were you? Really, what is your purpose? I worked with the Creator to help you grow from your one or regional sell and become what you are. Now

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An Excerpt from the book Mind To Mind Conversation by Denis Hachey on

Optimal Living Daily

04:54 min | 1 year ago

An Excerpt from the book Mind To Mind Conversation by Denis Hachey on

"An excerpt from the book. Mind to mind conversation by Denis Ashi. The Voice of my subconscious grew over time refusing to leave me alone. It didn't stop at answering questions anymore. Sometimes, it actually told me what to do like saying I needed to pay closer attention to what I was looking at. It sells missing the important things in life. The life had been leading. It said was a recipe for disaster. It said that everything I did was my own choice that my future was formed by the thoughts. I told myself and the decisions I made, for example, when I told myself, I wasn't ever going to amount to anything. Well, that's what would happen. I didn't want to listen to this kind of talk life was what it was I figured. I hadn't been mourn lucky, and I wouldn't be able to change a thing about it just by thinking differently. But my subconscious disagreed it insisted that my subconscious mind was more powerful than I thought it decided to show me a physical example of what he was talking about and I was pleased to see it chose to do. So while I was playing cards on my subconscious was part of the game. It remembered every play I started to win some pretty good money based on what he was telling me. But after few weeks is stopped helping me my demanded to know why. Because when he had cards making money like this is not the way to happiness. I don't know about that. I said fuming feeling. Pretty happy. So why did you even bothered Helmi at all? Because I want you to be aware of how powerful the subconscious can be. Alcyone. impressed. But it's plan did work by showing me the difference it made when I did or didn't use my subconscious I. saw that my mind had hin strengths some days. I, walk the city streets, my subconscious made me study the Nice homes in the neighborhood. This could be yours. It told me. Just. The thought. Made me laugh never on not that. Lucky. If. You say so. You have to be born rich to live in a place like that. If you say so. He started I. Repeat that phrase a lot and it drove me crazy of my subconscious seemed to be having a good time. Why are you? Always? So happy I asked, I'm having a great time. Replied, you see before your accident? All you ever did was say negative things about yourself and be self destructive I wanted to answer. But there was no way for you to hear what I was saying everything has changed now that you can hear me. I was curious. Are you ever negative because never hear you get angry or frustrated? Think of me. As he would think of nature, nature always wants to be in a positive state. Negativities is in part of that. See there I looked where he was indicating. Yeah. So That tree is growing out of Iraq. It hardly has any soil beneath it, but survives because it wants to grow to be positive on the other hand if it was in your frame of mind and Newington Avenue soil and might just quit growing. I studied the tree really seeing it there for the first time. It really was amazing seeing how it clung to life despite the lack of soil I started to think about the idea of positive thinking and wondered if the concept could help me. Of course said my subconscious. David I'm like a master. Gardener, and you are the gardener I can do almost anything. You can imagine people have used their subconscious to the fullest have done. What other people said was impossible. They send people to the moon. They have led nations. All I really need is for you to believe in me and use me properly David Dewavrin using me until now is like a gardener not taking care of his garden. Your plants are scattered all over the place, the weeds of taken over and nothing is going to grow. The image of my life as neglected garden was so clear my mind, I couldn't help but identify with it. I. Suddenly wanted all to change I, wanted my girl rich with green. What. Am I supposed to do? Surrender, to my advice, follow what I have to teach you. and. What is that? I have unlimited potential, it said to me patiently, I can help you gain more power than you could ever imagine a knows difficult to believe something like that since I'm invisible. But think about this. When you look at successful people, then compare them to those who haven't success. You can't see physical difference other than the material goods which might surround them. The difference is invisible. Just like I am invisible seem strange right now, but will all make sense if you allow yourself to accept it if direct your subconscious in the right direction, you can accomplish results. Then again if you direct your subconscious in the wrong direction. It can destroy you. I, could almost see it, but I'll still so confused. Who Were you? Really, what is your purpose? I worked with the Creator to help you grow from your one or regional sell and become what you are. Now

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Your QQS Rating

Daily Sales Tips

03:35 min | 1 year ago

Your QQS Rating

"Tip comes from Dennis Champagne as the president of Lotus Communications. Dennis has generated millions of dollars for his clients based on his own prospecting efforts, and the also trains and coaches others to gain access to the C. Suite here he is hello. Everyone today I'm going to throw you a challenge to make sure you can evaluate yourself and rate yourself on the value of your personal services. In the workplace whether it'd be for yourself or as an employee. In the early Thirties a book was written by Napoleon Hill, called, think and grow rich of which I've. Read Multiple Times. Very touching book and in that book. He studied the ultra successful. And you had a chapter in there where he talked about how to measure how to evaluate and how to benchmark yourself in terms of the value of your marketing or personal marketing services. And he established it. Would an acronym called Q. S? Obviously you follow be no of the to cues. But I'm sure you don't know about the S. The Q. is the quantity of work that you do the amount of involvement that the hours you put out the effort to deploy the really serve and provide all of the efforts and the work that needs to be done. To. Bring success. The. Quality of the work is the intelligence with which you do execute. The thinking behind. The Q. Component the intellectual component thanking the writing well. The writing reading well, speaking well. The last one is actually what makes or breaks every single one of those people. As successful or unsuccessful. The S is the one that everybody wants. And everybody benchmarked to and evaluates you, and that is called the spirit, the spirit with which you render a service to someone. Is the determining factor. In almost every single circumstance. Of An engagement in business. Your spirit your determination. Your willingness. Your Passion, your. Emotional involvement. Selling is an emotion is a transference of feeling. And most people will tell you that they succeeded because they wanted more than the other in sports. The same in sales the same, so my message to you is today. Although albeit important, the quality and quantity is considered. Nurture and Feed your spirit of the things that you're going to do and a company are going to represent and the products or services that you're going to provide. As a solution for some of your clients, so my message to you again I'll repeat is nurture your spirit. Read. Surround yourself with people and nurture every day a spirit of appreciation for what you do because ultimately that's all you're going to be benchmarked

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"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"They have to market. The problem is is it's so powerful. Marketing, let's even for cars. They have a way that dewitt door sounds when you shut. The door of your car has to sound a certain wind psychologists involved with. Damp Scans on your brain. For people to walk around store and see what excites them more, so we can make the best package. It's so powerful. You're not able to pull back. And evaluate radius this what I want. To be my life, we. We get into a false. Vision for example marketing show was people I could be a bank commercial and. Discoveries running along with their dogs in kids. Happy as if they're happy forever after or we look at models like models, you would think models of the happiest people ever look beautiful. If you read the story on models, there's some of the people that are the loneliest. And very depressed as there's a lot of pressure on them to keep the weight down. To make short perform well under wondering how much of a one way L. Half before they're cleared is over. And people don't approach them the same way just human, the most model ones seen as a human. Yep, so this marketing. You can't stop because companies can't do it out it. And yet it's gone down to such science that he can really draw you into a point where to be very careful about that. Part of it is to be able to go within with joy. It's it's the same thing as. If, we look at I a website that designed his call alone on marks that I don't have up right now. I want if you are low in on Mars for one year. How well would you do and funny enough? We kind of. Had this situation for a month or two to Kobe right because you're low in quarantine in your house, like some people could could not take it, but there's been a lot of depression over that. And a lot of it is based on being fed with external stimuli, being fed with things that we think it's going to make us happy and does not have son. You're inside house, and you don't have in stimuli and you start to caves..

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"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Somehow took on and I don't know if it was meant to be because I believe in your life situation that happens that if asked that molds you to where you're going to go and I read an article about taking a couple of days to yourself to go somewhere, so what I would do is ran a college. And when I rented a cottage to I is sometime was just to wrap my mind about getting calm. And the second day was to write what I want to do. In a year two years four years five years and ten years. What's interesting is I would write. This would be very calm. But I would get into this own. It's almost like. Nowadays we live in a storm. And what you need to do, is you get? You need to get into the ice storm in order to be able to think? Because that's where creativity comes, and that's where you get outside of your head, and you get inside of your heart. So if you take two or three days off, then you really think of what you want, you start thinking and right fifty of them, Brian Tracy one time said you're right fifty. Then you're stuck and you get up to sixty. There was last three or four. Really Count Lot is just amazing, but dose last one. You're getting deeper. What happened is I would write these things then sometime I would lose a little card because I would make a car decides of the Credit Card and put it in my Wald's so I could be two years without reading it. I looked at it and half of it was done..

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"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Moments where? I had a home moment to say. Wow, today's. The data changed my whole week. It was from reading about President. was from reading autobiography of inventors to reading. Psychology of how we think now I'm at a level where I let things go through me i. think about something and just put it out there and it happens like this whole process of doing this Despu. Just let to go through, and what's amazing is when you put it out there. it just happened breaking the habit of being yourself by Joe Dispenser He? He explains in summary. What. I think about I'm at a point now where I relate the galaxy and a storm is a cyclone to write down like the Sibanda Gio nature to a level. That's way beyond isbell Yep Yep. However, however, if you WanNa give back, let's it or somebody on the street and want to help them. There's somebody struggling want to help them. You help them with a certain nugget of what you know that you really know what's going to make a big impact, so the reason for doing this book was to help somebody to get started in thinking in the right direction. For example. Let's say you and I are talking. and. Were start talking about collecting trains model trains lessons use that as an example. All of a sudden, you get an interest. and. You. Talk about people that yet discussion about that and somebody snow I have one on one and two years later we bump into each other the next thing you know, we have a very similar conversation will really in-depth about all this and you have fifty of them because you're so passionate about. It just happened that it ranked. You resonated. That's what you want. My book is designed to give that I train. And it's very fast because as soon as you get that start, you will fly. The book showed you help to do that. What you should look at who you should not listen to..

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"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"If everybody decided to go that way. If we didn't look at the economy side, I think people would be way up your mountain. We are however that's not the choice my life. But. How is it that you have somebody that has sold it'll. And then you have somebody is a celebrity that commit suicide, and if everything could ever want and it it just. Were dealing with a full spectrum from one end to the other one and the the key here. When you ask me that first questions, what can we do? When somebody is down. In a lot of cases they have to. Where did in that full spectrum and find ways to change? To upgrade their thinking just like if you have an upgrade on your phone and keeps walking, what happens the next daters? A new update to remove that our brains the SAM waves? The problem is I have a good mentor. That I met ten years ago. That says non is so blindness. The one will not see so if an individual does not wanna see. That they have the situation. There's nothing we can do. There's nothing and that's dusty issue now. My book is designed in a way that is so different that when somebody reads it, it draws you into the story, so it's a very unique self-help. It draws you into the story as if you're part of the story. And by doing that, it makes you reflect because you're carrying somebody else's glasses and a lot of cases. You're actually wearing two glasses of that person that is similar to the person reading it. So now they see that they have a choice as they move on into the story, if to decide to stay the same when you're finished their book desk their decision, but at least they got to see and get a glimpse of what it's like to change in a different direction. There's almost no currents that's read to spoke that. Their kids RIA like. Almost no money. Yeah I I if I go back and are considered an in an earlier time where you've studied all of this work. I'd love to tap into your very first experience that realization in time that you know what this is a moment in time where I can have a better experience, more positive experience..

"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"denis" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Personally and I'm thinking what what is it that I could do in about fifteen years ago I looked at it, and I said you know what I could write a book to condense everything I've learned up to now and. In My side I felt that if I would have had that when I was fifteen, nor would have spent my life up. By ten twenty years I would say is it's amazing and I. Looked over this book enough saying the reviews. You've got lots of five star reviews on this book. The thing right now. We talked about this earlier Dennis is about. The tumultuous, Times that we are going through globally with everything. That's happening around the world. And mindset would be suffering. We Oh Bain told to do this. Believe that I wonder what your view is on the media and the impact, and the part that they play in NAM onset and how they're affecting us. first of all I watch very little media night's fine that you make your own world. What can look at it in two ways, you can look at it. Say it's yen the world. Or we can look at it and say when we're done with. This will see some of the best opportunity. We've ever seen our life because if you look after World War, two you look at anything that's been. Drastic All the opportunities can't ask a word, so there's different ways to look at it in my mind when I look at this, I soak it. What well changed from this? You have certain business or ways of doing things that are gonNA die. However, YOU'RE GONNA. Have some new one coming on, so there's always a shift and. With the proper mindset, what needs to be done right now? Especially in the early stages, you WANNA take time to learn this new trend and figure out. How can you? Better prepare yourself so when y'all he comes. You're ready, and that's basically what they call. Luck is when preparedness meets opportunity, so it's how you look at white as a whole based on the events you were in at prison situation whenever something happens to me I. Always look at it, and I said okay. This is where I'm at now today because you can't do anything even five minutes ago, it's done with so based on my situation right now. What can I do with? If it's a big issue could say what skills I have. And my knowledge, and what can I do to move forward based on now and nothing else and you need to right tax. This is the thing I mean we. We hear so much in the news and we have to wonder. What's real? What's what's not real and We as human beings have the tendency to over complicate. Problems. Would you agree with that? So funny. You say that I'll give you an example. This is an example I love to talk about. Let's talk about dieting. I said I was big into health. So dieting. There's books on diets and there's magazines on diets like there's no win. If you go shopping, that's all you see on the covers half of 'em dice ice yet. The formula is drop your intake by twenty.

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When Denis Met Patty

Optimal Living Daily

05:37 min | 1 year ago

When Denis Met Patty

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The Non-Prophets

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

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"Through nonprofits as well get faces. New Voices added in changes. Thank you use a good thing and we have some articles. We wanted to look at today. Did we just start us off? I one here. It's an editorial. Sorry Senator Holly. It's unconstitutional to bail out. Churches with three hundred and fifty billion dollars in small business aid from American atheists American Atheist Center for Inquiry Freedom From Religion Foundation and secular coalition of America corrected. Senator Josh hollies claim that the The SBA Small Business Administration is wrongly telling churches and lenders that churches and religious nonprofits don't qualify for the new Cova Nineteen Relief

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00:53 sec | 1 year ago

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"Each other and to be supportive both physically and psychologically psychologically to each other But we've got to be very clear. We gotta take this crap seriously. Yeah yeah that's what I would Crazy I mean you kind of just did yeah all right. So next story creationist. Churches should hoard toilet paper and preach to those who want it. Yeah so this. Was Ken Ham. Wow Okay in post made to the answers in Genesis. Website yesterday creationist. Ken Ham propagated a list of ways. Churches could respond to the corona virus. Pandemic he didn't write it but the endorsement is loud and clear. And what's on that list? A sensible recommendation to purchase high demand personal hygiene products. That people may need followed by an utterly selfish way to proselytize

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Canadian wins 250-mile dog sled race by a mere 35 seconds

Jay Talking

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Canadian wins 250-mile dog sled race by a mere 35 seconds

"A close finish in the can am crown two hundred fifty mile dog sled race across the wilderness of northern Maine it began Saturday Denis Tremblay the runner up four times before his victory by just thirty five seconds over second place finisher Catherine Long Lake she was twelve minutes behind him at the start of the final forty three mile section neither knew how close they were because the hilly course prevented them from seeing

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"denis" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"denis" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"Might as well be the nonprofit's I'm Janice Liu Bei along with Jamie Woon Kevin Stein and Derek Hawk. We're coming to you from the freethought library in Austin, Texas on the 15th of December 2019. Of course, if it wasn't us it would be someone else and if it wasn't down and it'd be some other time. Anyway, this show is sponsored by the ACs community of Austin. But so what would a different non-profit educational Organization for the promotion of positive Atheism in the separation of church and state make any difference, of course not and if you wanted to learn more about that other organization, what would you do? Well, you'd call a voicemail other than 512-220-6561 or visit our website that's not www.suncommunityfcu.org and the result would be the same the nonprofit's broadcasts every first and third Sunday of each month from 3 to 5 a.m. 30 central time, but if we didn't some other show would and if you wanted to join the chat room of that other show, you will be advised to avoid following the directions at ww.w off on profits radio.com and seek a different website. So you might as well sit back and enjoy someone else's show. Or or or this one you should have like you should definitely watch like subscribe ring that Bell comment to say. Hey, what's up? Cuz it helps the algorithm old counter and you want to show which he just as good as another job. They're every every episode that is point out that you have liked Denis loubet.com and slime main quest Studios where people can go and see your art and buy your stuff and they're not getting of this one. You like go somewhere else but don't have sex or special retriever psychology man..

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"denis" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"denis" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"On tattooed. Now. My cat crew, which is Marlene Charlotte. And Denis they're a lively bunch, and they talk to me a lot. But I don't always know what they're meows mean. And I think they're meow meow could be hungry or sometimes it can be I heard, and I think it would be great. If there was something that can tell me if they weren't feeling quite up to par. You know? And I found this great product. And it does just that. I'm going to tell you all about it. Stay right there. We'll be right back after this break. It's the cats of laughing thunder in. Businesses adventure. Followed the hilarious adventures of the cartoon cats of laughing thunder each launch of business to earn money. Spent start cooking show dishes that are a bit bizarre. Robots with serious issues Fritz buys a blimp to film, weather, videos, pumpkin publishes, a how to be unmannerly website, but they face many trouble along the way. Silly adults tests stupid teens from unruly robots wild weather will they succeed. Find out in this awesome. Illustrated children's fiction book featuring that cats of laughing thunder in the new businesses adventure, you can purchase their latest adventure book at shop dot laughing. Thunder dot com. That's shop dot laughing bender dot com. Let's talk pets on pet. Life radio dot com. Welcome back everyone. I'd like to introduce Daniel Rodman. He is the founder and CEO of pretty litter. Welcome danya. So happy to be here. Thanks for taking the time to talk. Thank you for being here. Now, tell us a little about what pretty litter is about pretty litter is an early.

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"denis" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"denis" Discussed on Undisclosed

"It's a fascinating list of people sort of a glimpse into the social networks of cocaine smuggler from the nineteen eighties in general, though. There are not a lot of great reasons for your name beyond this list. If your name is on there. There's a real good chance you were involved in the drug conspiracy at least on a part time basis. Maybe you're a shrimp boat, captain who didn't always whole shrimp, or if you weren't involved in the drug side, you're probably someone who knows gripe Barron tined for other not so great reasons like someone from the dog fighting rings or say about Marion that treats dogs from the fighting rings names and contact information. Greg baron time could use triumph by himself a lighter prison sentence, which is why when I read through it. There was one name on that list that maybe we stopped my tracks because I recognized it it was the name juror. Denis Perez trial and the phone number beside the day was the same as the home phone number back to that juror now fast for several months, and I figure out this name the one on Greg guarantee. Phone list. It was not referring to the juror himself. But it was that jurist father which meant I really really talked to Jura to find out that there's any more going on here, especially since I knew from talking to other jurors that this ger had been one who was particularly gung ho about skill. So did talk to the door. And it told me he hadn't known about any business that his father may have had with the barren tines. He also told me that he never wants discussed in his trial with father either. In fact, he told me that he didn't even recall the Ben alternate suspect in the case. I have no reason not to believe jar as far as I know. I was the first one to break the news to him that his father might not have always been the completely upstanding businessmen that he'd always believed to be but still it is hugely disconcerting to mate. Now that this man had gotten into the jury in the first place. Dennis payers defense was Greg bear tines drug trafficking. Ring was responsible for the murder of Harold Swain. No one who had close family members. That were connected to the struggling should've ever made onto that jury or at the very least there should have been some token effort made to stop anyone like that. I'm getting on the jury again, we don't have the transcripts, but as far as I've been able to tell there was no attempt made during jury selection to defy whether any jurors or connected to people that the defense attorneys. Were planned to blame for the murders. This clearly the one juror was not some hypothetical concern grandparents had many context in the Brunswick area and the defense. Attorney should have known this. They had or should've had documents show. Just how active Greg Barents drug trafficking. Ring wasn't Brunswick. Heck eventually had documents that showed how Greg bear anti struck ring. How to make your stash location just four miles down to seventeen from rising daughter and not only did the defense attorneys. Make no effort to explain to the jury anything about the struck ring or its potential relevance. Swing case the defense attorneys didn't even make the most basic efforts to make sure people connected to the drug ring didn't end up under the periods. Jerry. That's all episode. Eighteen of undisclosed the St Denis Perry back Monday it up so nineteen and overseer regular schedule. After that, we will tell hands the producer of lewke and our theme music earmark hasn't had to Cortes audio production.

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"denis" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

The Dave Portnoy Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"denis" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

"The guy who you are up you're going back here in january let me explain this there's i'm not scared yet i'm not scared young era earlier uturn you became denis reynolds i mean that was a that was denis reynolds coming out i don't know what happens when you're cooked up your drunk during this rance johnson put all of a sudden you're you're straight from boston broad takes it gonna come out tommy thought corey anymore yours as our god dance estimate albright right taught he's just fine with our though at home like john you don't talk like that what's going on here tweeted someone through the b the gif of the roads are it's like i said i don't exactly that wh when you were added to the tomatoes i was straight denis reynolds uh y y you're on your way tomatoes yeah i'll guide eyebrows i would say you eat tomatoes is is the new do you like apples oh you read tomatoes yeah georgia heirlooms is rate up do you like apples how 'bout that battles it was unbelievable though the quickness with which you went to the tomatoes how is it your number what argument you fucking kansas city luther do you read tomatoes qatar doesn't though he gave me started are brought worst he does he o'clock it tomato or by the they're more barbecue them broderick whatever we'll go to break when we come back we have portnoy afterwards like i don't know if he was crying but you know he's kind of known to like fake some things but then i think he kinda like actually was crying so when we come back after break basically day portnoy crying over the patriots opening loss what we've akbar so radio russia three.

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"denis" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

The Dave Portnoy Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"denis" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

"The guy who you are up you're going back here in january let me explain this there's i'm not scared yet i'm not scared young era earlier uturn you became denis reynolds i mean that was a that was denis reynolds coming out i don't know what happens when you're cooked up your drunk during this rance johnson put all of a sudden you're you're straight from boston broad takes it gonna come out tommy thought corey anymore yours as our god dance estimate albright right taught he's just fine with our though at home like john you don't talk like that what's going on here tweeted someone through the b the gif of the roads are it's like i said i don't exactly that wh when you were added to the tomatoes i was straight denis reynolds uh y y you're on your way tomatoes yeah i'll guide eyebrows i would say you eat tomatoes is is the new do you like apples oh you read tomatoes yeah georgia heirlooms is rate up do you like apples how 'bout that battles it was unbelievable though the quickness with which you went to the tomatoes how is it your number what argument you fucking kansas city luther do you read tomatoes qatar doesn't though he gave me started are brought worst he does he o'clock it tomato or by the they're more barbecue them broderick whatever we'll go to break when we come back we have portnoy afterwards like i don't know if he was crying but you know he's kind of known to like fake some things but then i think he kinda like actually was crying so when we come back after break basically day portnoy crying over the patriots opening loss what we've akbar so radio russia three.

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