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Washington DC area schools expect higher enrollment in fall

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00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Washington DC area schools expect higher enrollment in fall

"Prince George's County has kids back in the classroom again on a hybrid schedule, But many students are choosing to stay all virtual and others have left the system altogether. School leaders think classrooms will fill out in the fall, though overall enrollment is down this school year in Prince George's County, we saw the con in a Roman of about 2000 students. But many of those who are younger students where their parents could actually do that all that home teaching experience. But Monica Goldson, the CEO of the County school system says that's likely to reverse back in the next school year. We're expecting that those families will come back, and we'll still see a percent about a 1% increase in student body as well. And that also means the county expects to hang a help wanted sign outside of schools this summer. Definitely every increase of students that we have will cause an increase in the number of staff that we hired John Doman w T O P News.

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01:59 min | Last month

"doman" Discussed on WTOP

"John Doman this morning in the top local stories we're following this hour more than 1000 people still without power today is heavy winds took power lines down across Loudon and Fairfax County's domain. Ian Energy is saying that sweeping out of just started about 10 o'clock last night in Fairfax County, about 500 residents have no power. Still, Loudon County outages near 700 Power was expected to be restored early this morning. But a spokesman with Dominion Energy said it could take a little longer, so keep it here on W T O P And we'll bring you all the latest as we get it into the newsroom, and those strong winds caused a construction project in D. C to almost collapse on an adjacent home, But it seems like the worst of it was avoided. We'll check in here with W. T. O P is Luke Luke heard He's in Northeast D. C this morning. Plywood and other lumber litter the lot here on 20th Street at around nine p.m., the Gus that got up to 50 miles an hour knocked down what looks like a house that was under construction. Three story project crushed power lines and spilled into ST Francis to sounds place blocking the road D C fire NIA mess. A six people in an adjacent home did have to evacuate during the collapse, but they were able to return shortly after Police are now blocking parts of 20th Street as Pepco crews work on removing the downed power lines. Luke Luke ERT w T. O P News Scaffolding on the roof of a four story D C building partially collapsed last night, damaging some outdoor seating areas at restaurants below, But fortunately in this case, no injuries were reported. It happened along Prospect Street northwest above the Peacock Cafe and my tie of Georgetown restaurants. Firefighters say the scaffolding was leaning over the sidewalk in a precarious Position, so they evacuated the restaurants and created what they call the collapse. Zone. Crews were called to secure the rest of the scaffolding and Prospect Street remains closed. Well, all those winds may also be bad news for the cherry blossoms certainly did rush through the last stage Mike literacy with the National Park Service as.

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Park Service warns about Cherry Blossom crowds on the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C.

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00:51 sec | Last month

Park Service warns about Cherry Blossom crowds on the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C.

"Blossoms is next week. But with the pandemic, there's concern that big crowds could gather. And there are some crowds gathering there this morning public access maybe cut off. If too many people go there. Crowd sizes will be monitored closely around the tidal basin in the National Park Service is warning it could be shut down two people driving or walking through there. If too many people show up. The scenario exists where if everyone follows the suggestion and pays attention and stays away that we won't have to close it. Mike Literacy is a spokesman for the National Park Service. They saw what we saw last year. We expect that those crowds could be reached before people in arrives. If they have to close things once, then things will stay closed. Even during the normally less crowded hours. We looked at the possibility of whether we could open it in the morning and the evening, but ultimately, if you do that, you just move those large crowds to those times. John Doman

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Washington DC Cherry Blossom Festival access will be limited this year

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01:06 min | Last month

Washington DC Cherry Blossom Festival access will be limited this year

"Popping along the tidal Basin. But the park Service doesn't want too many people coming down to see them and they mean it. Fences are now up to keep you from driving near the Jefferson Memorial or into West Potomac Park, and there will be no Cherry Blossom Kite Festival on the National Bone Mall this weekend. Yet despite the pandemic, the theme of the show Years. Blossom Festival is step in this spring, and you still have a chance to enjoy some of it in person. We're trying not to make this 100% virtual as society is the whole starts to open up, but not quite all the way yet. They hope you'll skip the tidal basin and see Peak bloom from the Blossom Cam and Cherry Blossom Festival President Diana Mayhew says You can also go out to other parts of the city. Instead, the vessel itself has planted over 1000 cherry trees in the last 15 years around the city. They might want you to do the kite Festival from your backyard. But then Lot and explore homes decorated for the ports Parade, the special art displays or the restaurants with special cherry blossom menus. There are things to come out and actually do and have the spirit of spring because you need to be outside John Doman. We've all been inside long enough. W T O P news Look at sports is next on

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Washington DC launches Arts IN Bloom display

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00:52 sec | Last month

Washington DC launches Arts IN Bloom display

"Because of the pandemic, many events that are part of the National Cherry Blossom Festival or going virtual this year, but a new way to celebrate we'll take you all across D C. New to the festival this year is something called Art in balloon. 26 sculptures set up around the area, including three here at the Smithsonian's Hops gardens. Diana may use the president of the National Cherry Blossom Festival there all five ft. Well, sure, it's shaped like a giant cherry blossom. Julie All day was of Northeast D C sculpture is a radiant pink with the main monuments along the tidal basin on the front and back throughout the year. The monuments and memorials sort of center stage in the city. But just one time of the year, the cherry blossoms takes center stage. The other 23 sculptures are set up around D. C as well as national landing in National Harbor at the Smithsonian John Doman WTF The news

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Maryland COVID reopening: State to lift limits at restaurants, stores; large venues to allow 50% capacity

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00:42 sec | Last month

Maryland COVID reopening: State to lift limits at restaurants, stores; large venues to allow 50% capacity

"Pre pandemic Normal Today, Many of the restrictions throughout the state are about to be loosened capacity limits and most gyms, churches, businesses and restaurants will start to ease up in five PM the restaurant's still need to have 10. Abel's distanced out six FT. Apart in Prince George's county hit the hardest in the state. All that I just mentioned will still be capped at 15% capacity in Frederick County gyms and those sorts of facilities air. Still, captain 25% limits on gatherings very more broadly in some parts of the state. They've been lifted entirely. But indoor gathering limits or his lowest 10 in an Iran will county to 20 and 25 in Prince George's and Frederick counties. Outdoor limits are higher. John Doman

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Even post-pandemic, distance learning may stick around for Washington DC public schools

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00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Even post-pandemic, distance learning may stick around for Washington DC public schools

"School systems around the region are working to get Mork kids back into classrooms for in person learning. But some parents and educators are asking whether distance learning could remain an option. Even when the pandemic is behind us. It was a question posed to D C public schools Chancellor Lewis Fair be during a town hall back on Wednesday night, a parent is asking are saying that their high school student is really enjoying the virtual learning environment so well distance learning being Option in the fall. When the chancellor thinks all kids will be back in classrooms therapy did not dismiss it. I've seen some progress. I've seen some of the benefits of the remote learning posture, he says. It's something that actually has been done in the city before and suggested they probably will happen again. We haven't made a determination of whether or not that would be school base or centralized. Next year or whether or not we will offer. The full spectrum, of course, is John Doman. W T O P

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Even post-pandemic, distance learning may stick around for Washington DC public schools

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00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Even post-pandemic, distance learning may stick around for Washington DC public schools

"Now, school systems around the region are working to get more students back an area classrooms. But even when the pandemic is behind us will distance learning remain an option for some going forward. It was a question posed to D C public schools Chancellor Lewis Fair be during a town hall back on Wednesday night, a parent is asking are saying that their high school student is really enjoying the virtual learning environment so well, distance learning be an option in the fall when the chancellor thinks all kids will be back in classrooms. Therapy did not dismiss it. I've seen some progress. I've seen some of the benefits of the remote learning posture, he says. It's something that actually has been done in the city before and suggested it probably will happen again. We haven't made a determination of whether or not that would be school base or centralized next year or whether or not we will offer. The full spectrum, of course, is John Doman. W T O P News

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Washington DC man charged with beating father to death with baseball bats

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00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Washington DC man charged with beating father to death with baseball bats

"A murder charge accused of beating his father to death with two baseball bats. The attack was violent, Police say. 28 year old Christian arms came home from the hospital Thursday morning. Marched upstairs and battered is 54 year old father to death with a pair of metal baseball bats as he slept inside their Cleveland Park home. Court documents hints at a household already strained then further stressed by alcohol and mental health issues. The younger aren't had spent the night before in the hospital with his mother telling police she thought an anti anxiety medicine he had been given their led to a psychotic episode. Now he's behind bars Charged with second degree murder. John Doman w T. O P News two murders

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Washington, DC man charged with beating father to death with baseball bats

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00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Washington, DC man charged with beating father to death with baseball bats

"Charge accused of beating his father to death with two baseball bands. The attack was violent, Police say. 28 year old Christian arms came home from the hospital Thursday morning. Marched upstairs and battered is 54 year old father to death with a pair of metal baseball bats as he slept inside their Cleveland Park home. Court documents hints at a household already strained then further stressed by alcohol and mental health issues. The younger aren't had spent the night before in the hospital with his mother telling police she thought an anti anxiety medicine he had been given their led to a psychotic episode. Now he's behind bars Charged with second degree murder. John Doman.

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"doman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:40 min | 4 months ago

"doman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cape. We're looking at 32 degrees in ur myth in Boston right now. 33 degrees. We have partly cloudy skies. 5 35 on WBZ news radio as we head back to Washington. Certainly a time in our lives we will never forget. Democracy is fragile. And to preserve it requires people of goodwill leaders the courage to stand up President elect Jill Biden after chaos breaking out of the capital yesterday, President Trump now saying through a statement. There will be an orderly transition on January 20th after Congress concluded the electoral vote counts certifying President elect Biden's victory. This morning and let's take you live now to the streets of Washington, where they are still under a curfew right now until six o'clock this morning in D C w T o p reporter John Doman from w. T o p Radio in Washington Now joining us live and Good Morning, John. Seeing some review tweets. What's the mood right now in D. C. Well, it's almost on the way to becoming a normal Thursday again here, you know, driving into town this morning, you sort of had the routine overnight traffic on some of the busy roads coming in and You're starting to see some of that pick up around here. I'm just, you know, kind of overlooking the West Lawn of the Capitol in right now, For the most part, it's all law enforcement and reporters in this particular spot, but I'm noticing more vehicles moving around. The rest of Washington. Sort of getting on T o another day. Almost here this morning and John just a question about the Capitol grounds themselves being in D. C. It's just known as an area you can kind of always go to catch the sunrise. People running there in the morning. Is there a law enforcement president kind of blocking everyone off from there still this morning? Are you able to access it? There is still some tape up around sections of the West Lawn. So some police tape and, um, noticed, not know. Normally, it's It's a lot of Capitol police all over the place, but I'm looking over at a parking lot. On the West side here, and there's a lot of D C police vehicles, one intersection normally manned by Capitol police officers. Instead, some National Guardsmen from around here and and actually Betty. Less than an hour ago, I saw a big caravan of New Jersey state police. Actually driving away from here, And I mean that's at least a minimum of a two hour drive. If you're coming from just, you know, the New Jersey Delaware border, so it's sort of a different police presence. There's certainly a lot here. Um, but I'm not seeing as many Capitol police is I normally would around here where I am right now. And just one quick question here. A John now we heard a lot from the federal government, of course in the overnight hours, But what's local D C government been like reacting to this? There's a lot of frustration really, from what it is. That's what led to this curfew. That's in place until six o'clock this morning. Not that it's been heavily enforced, but about half of your actual name or many of the arrest last night in overnight Sort of related to curfew violations. It's sort of ease up on that here this morning that if things were calming down, but there's just a lot of frustration that this all could happen. You know, D C police are certainly used to demonstrations and protests. No what they call around here First Amendment activities, But it's pretty clear that Capitol police were caught way off guard and unprepared for what happened. And it blemishes. The whole city in the city government is just Outraged and frustrated with the way things played out on, there's gonna be a lot of finger pointing about how it all happened, but for the most part that the city itself. Right now, At least you're gonna have a hard time putting any blame on the city or least you know much of the blame on the city because this all happened on federal property that's controlled by federal entities and in the capital in particular, and that's where a lot of the finger pointing A lot of the sort of look back. We're going to focus on and who knows the city? Very well. Lifetime Washingtonian reporter John Doman from W T o P Radio in Washington. Thank you, John for the time this morning. It's now 5 39 on this Thursday morning. It's time for business live to Bloomberg. And here's Tom Busby. Well, thanks, Jimmy after Democrats swept those runoff elections in Georgia, boosting the likelihood of more federal pandemic relief money. Wall Street rallied even despite those pro trump demonstrators storming the Capitol, the Tao of 438, hitting a fresh all time high and right now down futures up another 94 points and gunmaker stocks soaring yesterday and worries about tighter gun restrictions. Sales of Springfield based Smith and Wesson. So their biggest one day gain in three years. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's News Ray description process requiring online consultation with health care provider and are only available at the provider determines a prescription.

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"doman" Discussed on WTOP

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02:10 min | 4 months ago

"doman" Discussed on WTOP

"John Doman is our producer coming up a move to give people bigger covert relief checks is not dead but is not moving on Capitol Hill. Republican senator says he will try to block the vote to confirm Joe Biden's win in the Electoral College. 2020 was a groundbreaking year for women in sports. I'm John Doman in Washington. It's 5 31. Moved to give many Americans bigger covert relief checks seems to be going nowhere in the U. S. Senate for Second day, Senate Republicans blocked Democrats efforts to more than triple coronavirus stimulus payments to most Americans. Their objections object. Objection is heard. The House passed the measure Monday after President Trump signed a bill approving $600 payouts far less than he wanted are unlikely. Ally President Trump this morning tweeted. 2008 s a P For once. Democrats agree with something on President Trump's Twitter feed Skylar and Reap CBS News Capitol Hill today the Senate will vote on whether to override President Trump's veto the bipartisan defense policy bill. The House has already done that. The vote, however, could be delayed as Senate Democrats are holding firm on their demands that a vote first beheld to bump up stimulus payments to Americans. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is leading the charge for those $2000 checks We are asking for is a boat. What is The problem. Trump veto the defense bill over his push to repeal those legal shields. Even after the legislation cleared both chambers with bipartisan Super majorities earlier this month, Republican Senator Josh Holly of Missouri says he will raise objections next week when Congress meets to affirm President elect Joe Biden's victory in the election. The Hollies objection won't change the outcome. Has noted today by the president elect spokeswoman Regardless of whatever antics anyone is up to. On January 6 President elect Biden will be sworn in on the 20th. But Holly's move will force both the House and the Senate to vote on whether to accept Mr Biden's victory, putting Republicans in the awkward position of siding.

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Washington, DC credit union, Safeway spread holiday cheer — $50 at a time

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00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Washington, DC credit union, Safeway spread holiday cheer — $50 at a time

"Ever. So a local credit union has teamed up with the Safeway Foundation to try to spread a little holiday cheer. cheer. Even Even though though his his beard beard is is mortgage mortgage ray ray than than white, white, Chris Chris Martin Martin and and I I T T worker worker at at the the United United States States Senate Senate Federal Federal Credit Credit Union Union sure sure looked looked like like Santa Santa as as he he gave gave up up presence presence at at the the Safeway Safeway in Southeast Today's the Day of giving. I would like to give you $50 gift card to pay for some or all of your groceries. If you'd like, in all $20,000 worth of gift cards that could be used anywhere. We're being given out $50 at a time here and at another Safeway nearby For some customers. It was a pleasant surprise to see you next Christmas, but it really a Gavin's who says she lost her mom and her sister to the coronavirus plans to give her card to someone else as she commutes into work today, everything in this universe is reciprocal, and I think the more we give to others, the more we get Blood in Southeast John Doman. W T. OBY new 10

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03:12 min | 5 months ago

"doman" Discussed on WTOP

"Possible off road services to avoid the potential. Of another overnight re freeze. In personnel. Neil Lord consistent WT LP. New Road crews, of course, have been working hard to help keep those conditions get better. But Ellen comma Lakis with the Virginia Department of Transportation says You still need to adjust your driving. Much slower, much more following distance, gentle breaking anything where you're going to press the brakes, you know harder. Upcoming intersection, turn lane. Anything like that. You want to do it as gently as possible, because that's really where the ice is going to get you to. She says. Western Loudon County was especially hard hit. And about 500 trucks are working to clear the county's Rhodes knew this morning. A Spirit Airlines plane slid while taxiing into the gate to be Wi Marshall Airport just before arriving at the gate. The plane slid onto the grass. It was turning a corner. Nobody was hurt, and all 111 passengers and flight crew got off the plane safely. They were taken by bus to the terminal. Plane head arrived from Las Vegas will bring you more information as soon as we get it a lot of power outages around the area this morning because of the first Winter Storm Dominion Energy reporting 4000 and Fuck here. 1600 Culpepper. An additional 740 customers are without power in Loudoun County. BG and E is also reporting outages. 1200 Baltimore County will keep you updated throughout this early morning on air and a W T o p calm. Well, more people will now be able to celebrate Christmas Mass in purse. And in the district beginning today, coronavirus restrictions are being eased in DC after a lawsuit was filed by the Archdiocese of Washington District is scrapping its 50 person limit for religious gatherings in the new cap is now 25% capacity with a maximum of 250 people inside of a church. The change took effect this morning after the Catholic Church filed a lawsuit last week with Christmas Service is scheduled for it next week. The old 50 person limit would have capped seating at 10%. Less in many churches, City churches will still have to establish a reservation system for seeding or take other steps that prevent overcrowding with each household required to be at least 6 ft. Apart from another John Doman w T o P news coming up on w t O P, we're continuing our syriza democracy under duress with a closer look at disinformation campaigns 907 Here's Michael Sarah's for your director at the veteran's Health Administration on strategies for effective data management in government sponsored by Veritas and Caress off the context, the content in the users that really drives that kind of Trinity drives how we organize our information. We want to make sure that the users have a useful and product and you know that the context the documents are there. They were able T O were able to get that content out. It's a really critical piece. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news Network Search Veritas Amid a global crisis. We must adapt the way we live and work staying connected and boosting productivity while ensuring proper data. Governance agencies must reevaluate how they store and archive data to meet federal record keeping requirements for you requested ongoing E Discovery New data complex teaser.

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Is it safe to put kids back in classrooms? Washington DC Auditor issues report

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00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Is it safe to put kids back in classrooms? Washington DC Auditor issues report

"Is still working to bring Mork kids back to the classroom. And now there's a new report focusing on whether the science supports doing that. The report from the office of the D C auditor looked at closing classrooms as a pandemic mitigator so that our council members can be as well informed as possible. Kathleen Patterson is the district's auditor. And, she says, because school shutdowns coincided with other shutdowns in the spring, it's hard to come up with the defense. Of answer. What is possible is to weigh the benefits and risks of what is known about the impacts of school closure policies to assess what risks a community is willing to undertake, the report says. Those assessments need to be guided by what drives community transmission. Other mitigating factors put in place in the weighing of the risks and benefits of in person schooling. John Doman w T. O P News or 13,

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Washington DC's National Zoo extends panda deal with China through 2023

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00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Washington DC's National Zoo extends panda deal with China through 2023

"People love to see the National Zoo lately are here as a result of an agreement with China. That deal ran out today. But the zoo says the pandas aren't going anywhere. At least for now. No deal has been reached. That will allow the nationals who to continue the house May Jong and Gen. Tien giant pain does that have called the zoo home for 20 years Now, pandas are amazingly charismatic, and they're cute. There's no way that many buddy could look at a panda bear, especially a cop, and not just sort of have their hearts met. Steve Mon Ford is the director of the National Zoo. Shashi G is gonna be also with us, at least until mom and dad were sent to China. And that will happen at the end of this new three year deal, and at their age, he says it should be expected new pandas would mean new agreements in the future. It is certainly our hope that we will have giant pandas long after 2023 John Doman

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National Zoo extends panda deal with China through 2023

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

National Zoo extends panda deal with China through 2023

"Panda fans out there? Yeah, I thought so. Some good news for you. The National Zoo in China have agreed to allow the bears to stay in D. C for three more years. They did it with a new deal that was signed just in time before the old deal ran out. A new deal has been reached. That will allow the nationals who to continue the house made young and Gen. Tien giant pain does that have called the zoo home for 20 years Now pandas are amazingly charismatic, and they're cute. There. No way that anybody could look at a panda bear, especially a cop and not just sort of have their hearts. Mel Steve Mon Ford is the director of the National Zoo. South CG is gonna be also with us, at least until mom and dad were sent to China and that will happen at the end of this new three year deal And at their age, he says it should be expected new pandas would mean new agreements in the future. It is certainly our hope that we will have giant pandas long after 2023 John Doman w T o P News with

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Washington DC downtown businesses ditch the plywood

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00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Washington DC downtown businesses ditch the plywood

"Up up storefronts storefronts they they were were worried worried about about violent violent protests. protests. Those Those protests protests never never materialized. materialized. So So now now the the city city is is helping helping those those businesses businesses take down the plywood. On some blocks. It seems there's more plywood than glass windows here, his businesses shelled out big bucks to cover up their glass storefronts. Now that easy government wants all this plywood outta here, some of the boarding have already started to come down and think will be coming down over the next week or so, Leona accurate. This is the executive director of the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District, she says. Third party contractors Hired out to put all this wood up. Now they need to get scheduled to get it all down. D C is working with downtown business groups to to provide provide dumpsters dumpsters for for this this plywood. plywood. You You could could also also drop drop it it off off a a DPW DPW facility facility on on betting betting road road downtown downtown John John Doman. Doman. W W th th the the news. news. We've We've been been talking talking about about a regional spike in Corona

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Washington DC businesses remove boards from storefronts

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00:50 sec | 6 months ago

Washington DC businesses remove boards from storefronts

"Demonstrations turned violent. But that didn't happen. And now the city is helping businesses take all that plywood down. On some blocks. It seems there's more plywood than glass windows here does business is shelled out big bucks to cover up their glass storefronts. Now that easy government wants all this plywood outta here, Some of the boarding have already started to come down and think will be coming down over the next week or so, Leona accurate. This is the executive director of the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District. She says Third party contractors were hired out to put All this wood up. Now they need to get scheduled to get it all down. D C is working with downtown business groups to provide dumpsters for this plywood. You could also drop it off a DPW facility on betting road downtown John Doman W T V News. Now the very latest on the corona virus

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More than 96 million Americans have voted with one day to go until Election Day

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01:32 min | 6 months ago

More than 96 million Americans have voted with one day to go until Election Day

"Of Americans have already voted. Millions are are going going to to the the polls polls today today to to vote vote in in that that person. person. We We begin begin our our team team coverage coverage in in Virginia. Virginia. That's That's where where polls polls open open at at six six o'clock o'clock this this morning. morning. They're They're going going to to stay stay open open until until seven seven tonight. tonight. Heavily Heavily GOP's GOP's Neal Neal Augenstein Augenstein is in Prince William County. Voting began here at six o'clock at suddenly, United Methodist Church. If you're voting in Prince William County somethings to know this year, there's a drop off box in the parking lot. If you asked for and received a mail in ballot, but didn't send it back. You can line up 6 ft apart and vote inside as usual, And this year there's curbside voting You park in the area designated for curbside. A poll worker will bring a ballot out to you to fill out and you could watch the worker scan your vote into a machine that's brought out here into the parking lot. And Prince William. Counting the Lord Constant W T o P knows w t O P is John Doman isn't Maryland this morning where the polls are opening soon, Voters can start cranking Laver's and marking ballots. It's 7 A.m. in Maryland, on top of voting for president and members of Congress, Maryland voters are being asked about changes to the state budget process in the legalization of sports betting. Each county has some referendum questions to the polls close at eight tonight and just be aware some of the normal pre things aren't going to be used this year because of Corona virus. The full list of polling places in Maryland can be found at w t o p dot com In Maryland, you can register and then vote today as well. John Dome and W T O P News.

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Washington, DC schools prepare for in-person learning

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00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Washington, DC schools prepare for in-person learning

"Hearing more from D C public schools Chancellor Lewis Farabee on the district's plan for bringing students back to in person learning next month, Farabee spoke at a D. C council hearing schools were supposed to start bringing some students and teachers back November 9th you know, learning at home is not working for every family in D C. Schools Chancellor Louis Fair be says The plan is to bring one in person elementary school classroom into each school with other staffer supervising students who will Virtual learning inside a physical classroom. Teachers and members of the D C council are worried about safety. There are very generous Cove it related need that will be provided to any individual that can't work as a result, otherwise only teaches with pre existing conditions or a complicated family situations continued from home. John Doman w T o P News

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She spent a night in the ER with COVID-19. She’s still running the Washington DC Marine Corps Marathon

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01:50 min | 7 months ago

She spent a night in the ER with COVID-19. She’s still running the Washington DC Marine Corps Marathon

"Corps Marathon always has runners who have overcome all kinds of difficulties in this year's race will feature one who's still recovering from the Corona virus. This will be the third year in a row that 35 year old Melissa Sullivan runs the Marine Corps Marathon. I began running room marathon in 2018 to honor a friend who was killed in Afghanistan. Sergeant Bill Care. When the Rays with virtual this year because of the pandemic, it wasn't going to stop the DuPont Circle resident from running, but the pandemic has slowed her down. I Contracted Cove it in August. She has no idea how she got it, but says she was taking all the proper precautions. I was not able to get out of bed for almost a month. Without immediately. Feelings is the vertigo nausea. In fact, she spent one night in the E. R by herself. It was scary going through that experience alone, and thankfully, it was not as bad as it could have been losing a month of training When you're in marathon training makes running a race like this all the more harder in her original goal of setting a new personal Record is out the window now and not just because the virus still impacts her stamina. Two months later, the crowds that typically line the course matter to its those community members in the Marines, that everyone that's there on the streets cheering you on that really make you push through. To the finish. She's also going to run to show that in the end, we can overcome the pandemic in the really harm that it's caused it and it might take longer than you expected. But it's possible to get back to where you were before. Sullivan is back at work now, and she continues to train for the race. She recently donated plasma again, and when she runs this Sunday, the day of the race would have normally run. After all, she's been through thinking about it all has her feeling good again. Who knows? After this? Maybe The antibodies will give you some superpowers or something. One day that you know is you know his hope. John Doman W T O be news.

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"doman" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"doman" Discussed on The 2 Dudes & a Mike Podcast

"So then we'd always tried to find a guy who fit with us in fit our style and we just never really found that person until we found brian and then did vocals. Guitar no. I don't think brandon any actual vocals on anything. We dave crete. Actually he is coming to do some extra vocals with us. But he's been doing stuff with us on media. Yeah that was all the time okay. That's right yeah that's the only record or yeah the singularity you you didn't play on. I'm not on that. Oh shit meteor was the only thing though that i like we had early demos and i know mike worked off some of those but besides that no so but obviously might change the song completely but yeah no so. I'm not a part of that. Yeah i was gone from like two thousand eleven the summer two thousand eleven to like i think the following year sometime. I'm not sure exactly. I think more like september. Actually it might have been around september. Yeah so what's the. Is that what you guys have like. A very tool like timeline for creating albums. There's a good for four or five years. In between every record seventy seven seven you better ban for how long eighteen years and how many records you have. One forgivable have combined. You probably have three. We have but it's funny. How much music we actually have like written and recorded in and all that shit like not record demos anyways security. I mean because obviously you have to put them somewhere so you have to have these recordings the fuck of my saying. Is it more of like you only wanna put the best stuff. You're very critical of your of your work. that's some of it. There's other factors involved. There's a point where it just kinda. We did it so much kind of took a step back you know. Everyone kind of went on with their lives a little bit. You know a bunch of kids and stuff. I mean and brian..

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"doman" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"doman" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"It's satisfying you feel like you've gotten him like really really cleaned up and and and shaped up with anything in hygiene school that contradicted what you learn the dental school or vice versa. was there any you know point in both of those? Paths real like wait a minute. They told us the opposite of that either here there. No no nothing. Nothing like that. I think mainly, though in hygiene school, they focus more on whole body health. You know the lane there and I think even myself that's something that I need to work on more when I do hygiene exams because that's like really what's trending in the hygiene world. And that's how they're adding value to their treatment is telling their patient. Hey, those. the inflammation here that will affect the inflammatory response in your entire body. So That's where they're at in their off profession right now. What are what are some of the? Links that maybe the dentists aren't talking about her aren't as aware of as. As a High Janice. A recently, train hygienists like you what are some other ones besides just inflammatory things anything else? Very I mean. So it's really like anything that has inflammatory reactions like rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes even cancer lung problems I'm seen things about covid nineteen on. Elaine but I mean who knows? But yeah those those are all things that they're really talking to their patient and even You know like things about dementia on a factor being affected by inflammation logothetis you. Has Your hygiene background and some of. Your personal training to you do more. Perry. Obeys procedures than the average GPA. Have you gotten into? Grafting or any of the That lay nap stuff that I always hear about any any like unique Pero stuff that you've dipped your toes into. Now, you've gotten your DS degree. No not really. But I do enjoy like anything surgical Meka. That's just I'm used to a ton of gushing blogs from all the scaling. Peiro splints, how do you feel about barriers splints? I don't really do those. Okay. All right. Guys. I. Love Perros Split Up. That's that's like. I love a period that is some of the most like some of the most successful treatments in my office for like those lower interiors that are that are flapping around me I'm a I'm a huge fan I'm splint guy I like him. I like I like the Ron Composite I can I can knock those out fast and I got some really good longterm success with those I mean Okay Kevin's role in his eyes he doesn't do it doesn't mess with that. It's not invisible line Kevin I know. Those just our future implants for me. I can I can start cutting off routes on thing I can keep those things going for four years. I'm going to start posting some more splints. Implants all you need is ladies a big block of composite in some rebound and can. FM. Are With. That thing Kevin it. Yeah, also for work plants in there and. Plagues more money. To Speaking of implants. Implant on Titus. What's what are the hygienics being taught about? Implant Parentis I think. They need to be reminded that we need to get accessory his on those periodically because they're just not doing. Okay. So I think they need to focus more. Speaking of x rays. Do, you have any magic fancy words for his for extra deniers to..

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"doman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 9 months ago

"doman" Discussed on WTOP

"John Doman w T o P News. The pandemic has led George Washington University to cut seven sports from its athletics department. This comes as the school is preparing for a $20,000,200 million budget shortfall. The university will discontinue the non sports of men's rowing and sailing as well as men's and women's squash. Also on the block are the sports of men's indoor track and men's tennis and women's water polo. The sports will end after their upcoming seasons. If the District of Columbia becomes America's 51st state, there could be a new ice cream flavor. To celebrate from peaches to chocolate and brownies. Folks in the district will have to cast their vote for the new flavor. The choices peaceful Protest peach almond ice cream with cobbler crumble the power broker chocolate ice cream with brownies, nuts and caramel and the go go Vote Mabel Vanilla ice cream with spiced mumbo nuts. You can check out the new flavors at the yards in Southeast and cast your vote in person or online home up. Melissa. How the GOP news. It is Crunch time for the census, and you're being reminded to fill yours out if you haven't already. Despite the pandemic, census workers will press ahead in masks and start going door to door in mid August. So if you don't want to send a taker coming to your door You can easily respond online over the phone or by mail, says Raquel Ortiz, with the U. S Census Bureau, she says so far, D C has a response rate that's slightly worse than the national average about 59%. Virginia and Maryland are in about 67% better than the national average. Responses are being collected. Through October 30 1st John Aaron w. T. O p News There has always been a significant pay gap between men and women. But it's even more pronounced for women of color. When you look at the new numbers from the National Women's Law Center, the pay gap is staggering. In the district, a black woman on Lee makes 51 cents for every dollar a white man does. That means over a 40 year career, A black woman in D C could lose out on nearly $2 million. Because of that wage gap. What a white man in the district could earn by age 60. It would take a black woman until the age of 98. Tow urn. Women in D. C do better earning 81 cents on the dollar. The numbers are marginally better for black women working in Maryland and Virginia. Brandon Millman w T o P News I don't want to be Hirschorn Museums Art Lab is hosting an online teen internship this summer. It's called Respect her crank to celebrate women in Go Go the musical style Unique.

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"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

The LEADx Show

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

"A lot about rest and recovery in how important it is to just stop and take some time out and to recover, and also Arianna Huffington with all of her work on sleep and rest and recovery has wonderful resources than if you haven't already, you should check out her website thrive global dot com, and there are many many resources for rest and recovery, so it's important to take the time. So many of us think okay. Ideal overwhelmed I've got too much to do in one of the things that we cut out. I is those that extra hour or two of sleep. But over time as you know, it takes away from your ability to solve the problems you're facing because your ability to think and to react into respond to interact with others is diminished when you haven't had adequate rest and recovery. And then, of course there's heart, so we've talked about the mind the body now heart the heart is a metaphor for our relationships in the first and most important relationship is your relationship with your self that sense of self compassion. We worked with the connect care. Create tool already and I talked about the science of south compassion, and then also the sense of self la, because how can we possibly be compassionate in loving to others? If we haven't extended that to ourselves? I, because then we're an empty vessel from which to give if we haven't given it to ourselves I, it just makes sense. and. The three components to solve compassion that I talked about earlier. I just think that they bear repeating so self kindness, common humanity. You're not being singled out in mindfulness just stopping taking the time to breathe through challenging situations like we did with that. Connect care create tool. And to just be observant into notice the emotions that are arising within you. That's really the best way to process them and to work through that. And then there would. We're talking about the heart in relationships. This whole concept of healthy relationships is is very important. We need to consider forgiving. Like I know discussed earlier and also setting helping boundaries with others, all of these things build healthy relationships, and we need to foul up this a network of people that you can interact with Greece or when another? You're so much stronger together than fragmented. So relationships are core to your resilience. Look for ways that you can build more meaningful relationships and then take the time to really be present in.

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"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

The LEADx Show

04:48 min | 11 months ago

"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

"You can find things to do from home even if it's just learning about topics on Youtube or on the Internet, and then to learn to ask that learning process is asking good questions. And understanding why questions matter, we talked earlier about solution focused questions that I call strong questions, so questions are such an important aspect building, our resilience in also sharpening our mind, and then to connect with others, so to understand other people's perspectives and understand the way they think this develops open-mindedness, and it also develops your mind in general, and then finally to analyze, so think about intended and unintended outcomes from potential decisions. You're that you're faced with. And analyze the through. You know potential gain and potential costs for decisions that you're. You're making right now and this thinking process is very healthy for your mind in. It's a great way to make decisions than and to. Perform optimally in your life. So. Another concept of the mind that I thought. I'd just selected to from each category because of our limited time today, but I wanted to talk to you about imagination in ideation, so creativity is such an important aspect. Building Resilience, being able to imagine a better tomorrow being able to match a better future beyond the maybe even the pain that were feeling today and the challenges that were experiencing today and the discomfort. And the discouragment that we're experiencing right now. So when we the employer matching nation of creativity are ideation, we can begin to imagine a better tomorrow and Dr Viktor Frankl, who wrote man's search for meaning and was imprisoned in the Nazi death camps wrote that one of the things that he believed was unique about the survivors. The people who lived through that experience was that they were able to imagine a better tomorrow. They were able to envision yourself themselves beyond those dire circumstances that they were found themselves in, so it's. It's a really key component to building your resilience and I strongly encouraged that you read the book man's search for meaning if you haven't read it yet and learn all of those pearls of wisdom from Dr, Frankl. And then there's the body. So mind, we just talked about mine out body taking care of our physical wellbeing, and of course there's you know. Part of this is is nutrition fitness, but stam wanted to talk about to since then just selecting two components from each of these areas I wanted to talk about active relaxation because when we're stressed out during this Kobe. Time. It's important to understand that relaxation is not just a passive pursuit..

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"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

The LEADx Show

04:44 min | 11 months ago

"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

"Going to have a list of twenty four character strengths, a two page lists that that you can download, and as you look at that list. Look at about the top five. That's usually your top strength. Somewhere, in that range of four to six I like to save five and ask yourself as you look at those top strengths. Do they feel authentic to you? You're the only one who can have the final say on whether or not. That's one of your top straits or I call signature strains. That's that's kind of with. The scientific term is for these top strengths that that positive psychologists have identified them as your signature strengths, because it's almost like you're unique signature or your fingerprint. In, the world in how you use your strengths, because everyone uses their strengths differently, and actually there are over a sex Chilean possible combinations in a an individual's strength profile, so the way that I use my straits can be very different than the way you use your strength combinations, and there's so much variance that that positive psychologists feel that they're like a fingerprint of that unique. And you, WanNa ask yourself also does it show up often an energize you so if you're looking at your top strings? You Ask yourself that question to you feel more alive when you use those top strings to others, notice you probably had people say to you, Hey! You know you're such a great team player, or you're a natural born leader or you? Really you know are very curious about the world or Your very grateful person people may have mentioned to you and called out your strengths without being aware that that's what they were doing, and you can look back on those times as you look at the list of strengths and identify at whether or not there truly top strengths for you, and then last on this list, the question to ask yourself is if you were unable to express one of those talks strings, which you feel empty inside. Would you feel as the light had lost its savor because you couldn't express one of your top strings, so for example for me. One of my top strength is social intelligence, and if I found myself having to work alone long-term. Indefinitely without being able to connect with people on Zoom in other media platforms, it would be really hard for me. And I look for for the time that I can work with people live in person again. But it's very important to understand that if you if it's truly a top strength for you, and you don't make time to use it and look for ways to use it that you might feel as though you're withering inside. So when people used their top strengths. You can walk them in others and in yourself as well when I just wanted to share with you some ways in which you can spot strains, so there are verbal cues. People will speak faster they'll have clear more articulate speech, a larger vocabulary stronger voice. And they're also nonverbal cues. People tend to stand up straighter when they're using one of their strengths. You know just pay attention next time there. They'll have been I contact their eyes alight. They'll be more animated. They might lean forward, and and they might use their hands a lot of their Portuguese I'm Portuguese. So people will. Go show signs of being energized, and those are signs of using their strengths of character. So. There's also what we call a shadow side to strait's, so we use your strengths family. They show up the way they're labeled like curiosity, perspective, leadership, sast, and so forth. But you can overuse strain so for example too much curiosity can come across his nosiness, and you can under use a string, so two little curiosity can come across as disinterest. And people tend to overuse strengths..

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"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

The LEADx Show

05:37 min | 11 months ago

"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

"There are a lot of things that you can do to bring more humanity into your life, and then there's the category justice so in this category you know we have teamwork, fairness leadership. So are you going to lead your life? which he just GonNa make in your own, south. To build your resilience. How are you going to develop greater teamwork in your relationships to build your relationships? Because when we had healthier more positive, relationships are resilient is increased as well then there's the category of temperance and here we have forgiveness, humility, prudence, regulation, and to think about that for a moment. If you're holding onto something, you're not forgiving. You're not letting go. That that takes a big toll on our emotional wellbeing, so forgiveness is Hart building, relationships and building resilience. It's also humility and. That you know. All of us are imperfect in not putting that kind of pressure on ourselves. all of these fields are resilience prudence, thinking before acting being careful self-regulation to. For example, I've noticed that especially during this time of it in nineteen time of challenge that people were faring. Really well are people who are being self regulated in what they choose to eat that they choose to drink metress they get. So that they're building their immune systems, and they're really looking to fortify themselves so to speak so that they can be more productive and be healthier and more resilient during this time. So temperance is very important in then finally transcendence here we have spirituality, appreciate, appreciation, eating, excellence, hope, gratitude, humor, all of these are so important when we're dealing with stressful situations, so for example humor, seeing the light side in the situation being able to laugh at it or certain aspects of it, just being somewhat light with yourself, and with others gratitude being so grateful for all that we have even if it's very small just. Water and food in the fridge, and so there's a mess on the kitchen counter. fortunate that we were able to eat to create that mass, so these different shifts in perspective in really amplifying our gratitude, our.

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"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

The LEADx Show

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

"Apply what you've learned with these new impactful questions, so ask yourself Ramon. Just ask yourself imagine that solution had come about. What does it look like for you? Rather than focusing on the problem, you're focusing on the solution and you may want to ask yourself. What are some ways you can start creating that solution? And then finally, how can you leverage your strengths in creating that solution? That's the key and that's what the research is showing is very. You know it's? It's a game changer in. Making positive lasting change sustainable change in your life in creating that the game changer is accessing your strengths. So these strengths, we've been talking about them a lot near properly wondering well, what exactly are there a you know? How many strikes are there? And what are they so I put up the list of the twenty four character strengths, these are the via character strengths via stands for values in action in these come from the institute on Character, and you can take the survey on my website up out of thin strengths dot com, and you can discover your own unique strengths profile for free. There's no charge and it allow you to print off immediately a two page report. Up Your unique character strengths profile but I wanted you to kind of have a moment to look at them. You see that they're. They're grouped into what I call. Six BURCHETT categories there. You know there were several strengths in each of the six Burchett categories. So how did these build your resilience? Scientists when they grew them into these six virtues, categories they that, for example, the wisdom category these restraints that supply you with information and learning and. Tools that will help you in building your resilience so if we're looking at this through resilience leads, this is all about wisdom and learning and Eleazer the intellectual strength so to speak. The where you can go and gather the information you need to help yourself in building your resilience, and then there's the courage category and we know for research. Recent Research Twenty, sixteen, twenty, seventeen on building resilience that bravery is one of the highest correlated strengths to building resilience. Let's look at the others in this category. They're sess. There's honesty. There's perseverance the all strengths that we need obviously to build a resilient, so is anyone strength more important than another they? There is no strength that's more important than another. They're all equally beneficial. All strings help us in living war, fulfilling and satisfying lives. Then there's the category of humanity kindness to yourself. We know that this is very important in building resilience social intelligence you know having. A network of people in France and family that can support you. So if you can you know all of us live in very different scenarios and traditional scenarios, but we all can tap into. We can work at building a network of people that support us even if you have one person that you can talk to that that you can interact with in a meaningful way, this can be a great benefit in building your resilience and it during. During this time of social distancing, we can still connect with people in. We can face time when another we can call it one another on the phone, and we can hear the tone of voice from the other person it even if we can't see their face, and these are in connections, and if you're having a difficult time, even connecting with people over the phone or over technology. You can watch uplifting films that. Gives you a sense of camaraderie with the people at that? You're watching a read a book. That's uplifting..

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"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

The LEADx Show

05:42 min | 11 months ago

"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

"You that I think can help during these very challenging times. This is a very unique time in history that we're all facing right now. And everyone's been stretched to the limit and people are experiencing high stressors in anxiety and. You know they're. They're questioning their abilities, and there's just so much going on with people right now. Having relationship challenges because the stress, so I've written this book to help people to build their resilience, and we define resilience as the ability to bounce back from challenges, so with that said I wanNA take you to. One of the key concepts in the book, and that is moving from what's wrong to what strong so all of us in the past have been kind of wired really. Because of our survival instinct to focus on what's wrong, you know we're always looking to detect errors in to fix errors, and that's a great survival mechanism, but it's even more powerful with learning to focus on with strong dead. Our performance goes up. Archie goes up. There are a lot of benefits so today. We're going to talk about that. Really essential shift from focusing on what's wrong to focusing on our strengths with strong and we're GONNA do this with a three step process the first thing. Thing we're going to do. We're going to explore our strengths. And the many aspects of our strengths in our own uniqueness were also going to empower goals with our strengths, so we're gonNA look at ways that we can use our strengths to achieve more, and in most importantly to achieve life, satisfaction fulfillment, and finally we're going to consider how we can engage tur- strengths more consistently in all aspects of our lives, and this benefits are relationships as well so this is the three step process. And as we learn to use our strengths in those three ways, our resiliency goes up in energy and engagement achievement as I mentioned earlier, our relationships become more positive and healthier, and we achieve sense of wealthy, so we know from global peer reviewed. Research Studies that when we use our strings that we can achieve all of these. All of these benefits and more depending on how dedicated we are to really focusing on our strengths in using them consistently on a daily basis. So now we're GONNA take a look at this concept called the inner critic versus the inner coach and I'm going to share some tools with you to listen more consistently to your inner coach. Dr Daniel Ayman who wrote the forward to my new book..

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"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

The LEADx Show

05:04 min | 11 months ago

"doman" Discussed on The LEADx Show

"Hi. My, name's Tina dominy I'm the CEO Authentic strengths advantage, and it's a pleasure to be with you today and today we're going to talk about my new book. Authentic resilience and I'm going to share some tools with you that I think can help during these very challenging times. This is a very unique time in history that we're all facing right now. And everyone's been stretched to the limit and people are experiencing high stressors in anxiety and. You know they're. They're questioning their abilities, and there's just so much going on with people right now. Having relationship challenges because the stress, so I've written this book to help people to build their resilience, and we define resilience as the ability to bounce back from challenges, so with that said I wanNA take you to. One of the key concepts in the book, and that is moving from what's wrong to what strong so all of us in the past have been kind of wired really. Because of our survival instinct to focus on what's wrong, you know we're always looking to detect errors in to fix errors, and that's a great survival mechanism, but it's even more powerful with learning to focus on with strong dead. Our performance goes up. Archie goes up. There are a lot of benefits so today. We're going to talk about that. Really essential shift from focusing on what's wrong to focusing on our strengths with strong and we're GONNA do this with a three step process the first thing. Thing we're going to do. We're going to explore our strengths. And the many aspects of our strengths in our own uniqueness were also going to empower goals with our strengths, so we're gonNA look at ways that we can use our strengths to achieve more, and in most importantly to achieve life, satisfaction fulfillment, and finally we're going to consider how we can engage tur- strengths more consistently in all aspects of our lives, and this benefits are relationships as well so this is the three step process. And as we learn to use our strengths in those three ways, our resiliency goes up in energy and engagement achievement as I mentioned earlier, our relationships become more positive and healthier, and we achieve sense of wealthy, so we know from global peer reviewed. Research Studies that when we use our strings that we can achieve all of these. All of these benefits and more depending on how dedicated we are to really focusing on our strengths in using them consistently on a daily basis. So now we're GONNA take a look at this concept called the inner critic versus the inner coach and I'm going to share some tools with you to listen more consistently to your inner coach. Dr Daniel Ayman who wrote the forward to my new book. Authentic resilience talks about this concept called automatic negative thoughts, and he describes automatic negative thoughts is deceased in a were wired to survive right, and so we look like I said earlier at. At everything that's wrong. We tend to focus on what's wrong. <hes> and these automatic negative thoughts just pop into our minds is just part of the human experience. So what can we do to mitigate those I like to encourage my clients to turn up the volume on their inner coach in turn down the volume on their inner critic. How do we do that? It's what you choose to say to yourself and it's also learning to refute. When it enters your mind. And to do that very quickly, the research actually shows that before you have that cascade of all those stress hormones from negative by it only takes about a second of thinking it, so we really need to learn to refute it quickly and all share with you some ways to do that as well such as <hes>. You know it. Let's say you have an automatic automatic negative thoughts, and we think I'll never be able to take this project. Something negative like that or I. Don't have what it takes for that. K You stop your saw mid-sentence insane. We'll wait a minute I can use these particular strengths I. I've done similar projects in the past. You can start to refute it very quickly within about a second, and that's the best. Sometimes. We don't respond that Quigley in. We really internalize that emotion, but they're still many ways that we can deal with that type of negative

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"doman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"doman" Discussed on WTOP

"John Doman WTOP news it's for for developing story we're continuing to follow we have reports of intermittent outages when people try to make cell phone calls in Fairfax county people are reporting hearing a busy signal when they try to make a call on the Fairfax county alert system suggests if it's an emergency you can send a text message to nine one one and you can use a land line if you have one same applies to DC but that's not an option in Montgomery County we're a WTOP listener has reported calls not going through there however Montgomery County police say there's been no issues with emergency communication operations the county's emergency communication centers conducted test calls with the four major carriers and so far they found everything was okay but we are still looking into it stay with WTOP for the latest we have another piece of nerve shattering economic news today another five point two million Americans filed for unemployment in the past week well how did Wall Street reaction let's go live to WTOP's Jeff clay ball if there was any good news it wasn't that was about one point four million fewer than the previous week and it was right in line with expectations by the way locally one hundred seventy seven thousand more people file for first time claims in DC Maryland and Virginia but that was down ninety five thousand from the previous week wall street's reaction fairly muted all day long without spent most of the session in negative territory but by the close it was up thirty three points the S. and P. five hundred index gained a half percent today the nasdaq gained one and a half percent with record closes for Amazon and Netflix the nasdaq just had its fifteen of the last six sessions all three major stock indexes are on track for weekly gains now however there's still one more trading day left John all right Jeff thanks so much we'll check in with you again a four twenty five more than twenty thousand people of test positive for corona virus since the start of the outbreak in DC Maryland and Virginia nearly seven hundred fifty have died together Maryland and DC have nearly thirteen hundred people who've recovered from the virus Virginia doesn't report recovery numbers four oh six he got the stories and I got the details than other people missed better news reporter anchor and commentator Mike Buchanan has died might be cannon was known for his crime reporting in the DC region we also offered to ride commentary here W. T. O. Pena segment called the Buck stops here Mike Buchanan broke big crime stories at WUSA nine from the time he started in nineteen seventy two when he left in two thousand three Dave scatter an award winning reporter who credits Buchanan with giving him his big break says Buchanan was an old school reporter Mike was about the fax back as he was known might get a story first but Stetter says he was also always fair just about every police officer in Washington DC a lot of firefighters and law enforcement throughout the region all new money they knew they could trust him he worked those sources and they came through for him you can and died after a fall at his home in Bethany beach he was seventy eight years old Kate Ryan WTOP news and Mike Buchanan was a commentator here on WTOP and between two thousand four and two thousand twelve coming up next we'll get you caught up in your forecast it's four oh seven hi this is Dave Preston with baseball's regular season in the land of limbo we're delayed in watching the Washington nationals rotation at work well Xfinity is put together an impressive starting five for the current situation it includes.

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"doman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"doman" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Four introduced the eight track player the introduced it into the Mustang. I in nineteen sixty nine Mercedes introduced the cassette player in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. We saw the first in-depth CD player was nineteen Eighty-three nineteen Ninety-four was bluetooth. Check this out. Seventy six percent of all the cars sold last year. Still had CD players in them three out of four and by twenty twenty one the industry says half of all the new cars sold will still have CD players in them. Why on earth are the automobile manufacturer still selling cars have CD players in? When's the last time you put a CD into your car? It's all bluetooth and radio. I don't get it. It just demonstrates. How hard it is for people to adapt. And in Switzerland. They are doing something to cause drivers to adapt pretty quickly. If you go one hundred thirty miles an hour in Switzerland. You will spend four years in jail. European transport safety council wants to require all vehicles sold in Europe after twenty twenty to be equipped with a speed limiter, data loggers transponders vehicle to infrastructure communications. We'll all limit the car speed it'll monitor and manage how closely you follow the car in front of you. How disciplined you are with maintaining your lane. And also check on the driver's alertness and state of mind, they say they'll save twenty five thousand lives year over the next fifteen years. Are you sure you want to keep driving a car? They're going to take all the out of it. Cattleman triple eight plan RIC online at Bryce Doman dot com..

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"doman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"doman" Discussed on KOMO

"Sixteen and this is thursday morning i'm gregg hersholt along with manda factor frank lenzi at the editor's desk students who attended a white house listening session yesterday on gun control say politicians should not place blame on mental illness without addressing the issue of gun control i don't understand how the politicians paid to lead our country cannot see this that students survived last week's shooting in florida abc news correspondent karen travers is at the white house this morning she joins us right now tell us a little bit more about this gathering karen remarkable add really incredible moment at the white house yesterday it was powerful it was emotional and it featured survivors of school shootings including some who were at parkland at the parkland florida high school last week as well as families who lost loved ones in school shootings sandy hook two as doman douglas last week they were coming with different perspectives they were coming with different political points of view different experiences but the common theme was everybody was demanding something be done they wanted action and they wanted answers from the president and the president for the most part listened he asked some questions he died of the conversation at times but for the most part it really was just the microphone getting past around the room and everybody being given several minutes had to say what their experience has been and what they would like to see done into the president provide any answers nothing of certainty of where this conversation will go he indicated he would be open to supporting an increase in the age required to buy a gun like one use last week in florida certainly reiterated his push for potentially stronger background checks he also threw out something we hadn't heard from him before which was as part of a tougher approach to mental health reopening mental institutions that he said had closed and could provide a means to handle people who've indicated.

gregg hersholt frank lenzi editor florida karen travers white house parkland florida high school doman douglas president