21 Burst results for "Dovan"

Feminine Leadership, Self care, And Fundraising For BIPOC Founders

The Reboot Podcast

05:24 min | 6 months ago

Feminine Leadership, Self care, And Fundraising For BIPOC Founders

"Everyone is really great to be here. My name is jamie kim. I'm a coach it bit. And i'm also the creator of the third. A group coaching experience for women. A lot of my inspiration for the third came from my clients bunny in tehran. They told me how much they were needing a meaningful productive base with women just like them and not really being able to find it by are found is a bloom. A company that i believe is out to change the world by changing the way young women experience themselves. I really love what they do. I love how they do. It and their reasons for their pursuit to me. They're really great. Example of the dynamic twenty-first-century leader. That i feel like the world needs so much more of right now and bunny. Turner here with me today. So i've been looking forward to having this conversation with. You both knew what we're going to talk about means a lot to me personally like what's it like to be a woman of color founder today. What's the importance of feminine leadership and why carrying for the self is actually essential but before we begin i thought it would be kind of fun and different to share with our audience who we come from. So i come from sunshine. Kin and jill kim there. My parents both korean. And i'm a first generation korean canadian. My father's selection who also often goes by j grew up in tokyo japan and he had to hide his korean identity for survival while he was there. That experience had a really big affect on him. In fact he ended up writing a book about it growing up. My father always encouraged me to see the other side. He often explicitly may do that. Which i didn't always appreciate in the moment but now i'm so glad that he did. My mother gave herself than in coca when she emigrated to canada. She grew up in korea. The eldest daughter of six and didn't get to pursue a higher education. She was arranged to marry my dad when she was nineteen and the year after that she had my mother. She worked a full-time job. Kept our home together. We'll also taking care of my grandparents who ended up immigrating to canada soon. After we did. Wouldn't they see her. I learned what it means to care for others through your actions. My parents my ancestors they really had to master the art of adapting and working with whatever they have and that makes me really proud of who i come from. What about you in tarrant. who do you come from. I'm sharon and i come from Sarah who come. From bob estate in northern india and my parents are also bunnies parents as where sisters sisters on co-founders life jamie's parents. My parents are both immigrants and also entrepreneurs. They emigrated to canada in their early twenties as newlyweds. And when i was growing up. I saw my father working two full time jobs and i remember waiting up till one. Am sometimes at the top of the stairs for him to come home from work because sometimes it was the only time in the day i saw him but despite how hard they worked they still did everything they could to be there for us be amazing parents and to ensure that we receive the education that they didn't and so as an entrepreneur. Today i draw from the strength of their teachings and also from the wisdom of my grandparents who live with me growing up who also raised me all of these people did not have formal educations but they always worked hard and they were connected deeply too. I feel they were connected deeply to the world around them the earth and they taught me presence today i'm also co founder of blue and a big part of what led to creating gloom was finding out how many girls were actually missing school in india back home due to their period. Many girls are missing. Almost a quarter of their schooling which led to dropping out early. The economic impact of that is insane So just kind of thinking about the fact that that easily could have been me if my parents didn't immigrate so that's become a really big part of our mission here at bloom gasol. Let's talk about bloom. Could you share the bloom story. Maybe a little bit about how it all began. Yeah so we actually started working on the very first iteration of bloom in two thousand sixteen. I wasn't accounting student. Turn studying law and she had the idea for a monthly delivery service of organic pats town fond after we learned about the harmful ingredients in the mainstream products that we've been using for so long and the lack of access to better for you products in canada. Which is where we live and around that same time as we were kind of diving into exploring this. I was diagnosed with p. c. o. s. Which is something that went. Ten women experience but at the time there wasn't a lot of education or resources to understand more about what that meant. And so we dovan headfirst into this idea of a monthly delivery of organic period products. We were students. We only had a few hundred dollars credit cards and we did everything we could to learn about the sale from high industry. And find a way to

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Mia Ives-Rublee: Talk to us, not at us.

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Mia Ives-Rublee: Talk to us, not at us.

"What was the moment when you decided that activism. What's for you? You know count. I wouldn't say there's a specific moment. I got to see sort of how. My parents really advocated for me when I was A and public schools and you know unfortunately when I was in public school that was right around when the Americans with disabilities act came online and was signed and schools sort of scrambling to you know. Update things Even though the idea had been out there the Rehab Act All of those were out there but you know schools were still sort of scrambling to meet the needs and they're still scrambling to meet the needs of disabled students across the country. And you know I got to see sort of how. My parents spent a lot of time. Just advocating for my needs and then eventually When I was in high school seeing them advocate for other folks needs and I think that helped show me the importance of finding your voice and being very aware of how systems work and how to use systems to gain access to gain equality across the board. And so you know. I really started to use that when I was in college because I suddenly found out that you know the idea doesn't cover you in college and you become the student without a lot of rights and a lot of without a lot of the combinations that you sort of presumptively thought that you had one year in and secondary school and so you know. I think that was sort of a time that is starting to find my voice and went to the University of Illinois and You know began working on immigration issues around. Lgbtq issues around campus rape In sexual soul issues and specifically around A mascot that I believed was racist Chief Lineup Wick Spent some time. advocating As a student activists there And we were eventually able to get rid of it so you know. I think there are different points in time that I really began finding my voice and you know I worked as a vocational rehabilitation counselor here in Chapel Hill Carbonaro and got to really know a lot of the details on how systems can function and then not function for for people on the ground and you know got really frustrated there and decided to leave that job because I was getting burnt out and I'm seeing a lot of my clients coming back. You know without jobs without a lot of hope and just really struggling day-to-day to try and find a job and maintain job. And so you know. Each part of my life had have really given me a lot of understanding of of systems and helped me learn to empathize with a lot of different issues. And you know eventually you know it. All seemed to come to a head win. This current administration came into power. And you know gotten sort of dovan headlong into the women's March and by that point I was like you know. I've been to protest before been to these events where they don't think of disabled people they don't think of women color they don't think of a lot of things and that tends to lead us out and leave us vulnerable. And that's why really decided to to just like in you know headlong and to activism after that. Oh I love your Surrey. That's so

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Flighthouse CEO Jacob Pace on building a media company on TikTok

Digiday Podcast

11:32 min | 1 year ago

Flighthouse CEO Jacob Pace on building a media company on TikTok

"Welcome to the digital podcast. I'm Brian Marcy this weekend. Georgia Jacob Jacob is the CEO of Flight House. which if you don't aflaid houses digital digital media company most tectonic but beyond tectonic does stout a number of us what like a billion a month billing vis a month? Yeah twenty one million subscribers bribers on Tick Tock Jacob. Himself is Gen Z.. CEO You described as a baby face of a baby face. Mogul that works. Twenty five eight and also The New Yorker said that Jacob has the radic energy of champion sled dog on on a break. How accurate do you think that is both say? We'll see weirdly Jacob. The same thing has been said about me. Oh why energy. So let's let's talk about. Let's talk about Flight House first and then then how you got involved but like for those who are unfamiliar. Who might not be inflate houses You you know. Target demographic explain it. Yeah for sure. So essentially flight house is Basically the largest entertainment brand on six right now so we're really the only ones producing original content So for anyone. That's not familiar with like tick tock. Of course it's a short form mobile APP a little similar to just kind of like a newer sort of breed of it right. Yeah And even like you know Taylor Lorenzo's point who was like on this podcast like she's like it's just way more robust than vine and just a lot more editing features. A different kind of sense of humor. Humor so essentially a very simple way of like describing us to someone that might not be familiar as like. We're the you know. Think about this as like a buzzfeed complex of tick tock so we're producing original content while everyone else is kind of you know creators in their own right. But we're making individual sort of tick Tock Stars and whatnot like what you're doing and is your building a brand brand. Yeah exactly so explain. I mean you have series. We have a serious so one of our biggest ones. Actually which I think to date has probably done over. I would say in the range of like one to two hundred million views. Overall is this one called Finish the tick tock later. That's cool. Yeah those those always do really well. I think the first when we upload it did like thirty million views on the first episode and it just went super crazy on the platform also explain. I mean it's always weird. You have to explain tectonics not yeah do explain for those who've who have not seen it at how or how it works super simple So obviously finished. The lyric is kind of a popular segment. It's kind of around the Internet right like like on Youtube and instagram. We've seen it where a popular song is played. And then the two guests that are playing it Essentially it stops at a certain point. Where like let's say it's the hook and then whoever presses the Buzzer I had dreams where I can't move Thing and guesses the lyric correctly wins inking of of you. So we've basically taken that segment and introduced it specifically for Tick Tock so we get big talk traders as well as You know big take talk songs kind of in the mix and so you have all these kind of very relevant names to the platform like guessing the lyric and it's like very interactive with the audience. Okay so explain tick tock songs. Yeah not ever hold this like familiar with that word subculture of its own. I mean you know I think old town roads. That's probably the biggest example of that. And then you have songs like la La la You know by whites. UK and BB. No money Released all these different records that are blowing up added Tick Tock I think as of recent we've seen that Arizona's Urfa Song Roxanne for Drug San Right now. I'll come on on this. Let's stick nick with with Old Town road. All right we'll see the big one hip to Tanaz. Yeah exactly but now explain I mean there. There are a lot of songs that blow up up until now so I mean this this is John Nra The the complete the lyrics like they exist outside of ticked on. Yeah I mean it's you know it's you adapted it to tick Tock back So basically a lot of these songs Blow up on Tick Tock right so a lot of these creators and users and when I say creators as I mean anyone from the big you know multi-million users to even just people that have a few thousand Get behind these different trends and essentially you know make talks if everyone kind of gets on the same page. That's an old town road happens differen- But a lot of these records the music industry right now is like really really really really prioritizing talk because obviously the the known ways of blowing up records are like spotify apple music youtube and so talking aways like a new soundcloud to the music industry. Okay you know on soundcloud. You had a lot of these artists like you know the whole soundcloud rap wave like pomp. And whoever and even billy ILITCH got big on on southbound right So now it's breeding a lot of these artists like soundcloud where you have You know little Nasdaq's and whites UK and Arizona and so that's kind of where part of our business model fits in is sort of working with the music industry to figure out the best way to kind of engage tick tock So they kind of promote their records so tick tock itself Self Sununu type of platform. So what makes media that works on Tick Tock I mean. We've I think a lot of us have seen who aren't on talk you know. Have I've seen the compilations and stuff like this. And there's a lot of creativity there but how do you translate that into into media. You know. Series repeatability yeah. I mean I think we're sort of scratching the surface on that right now Obviously I think in media there's a way to kind of entertain your audience where you sort give them the low hanging fruit and then over time you try to reel them into something That's a little bit sort of Bigger than that initial concept right so our way of kind of Are Low hanging fruit was finished a toddler. We kind of knew that if we gave them a product that was easily digestible. They'd be able to Kinda take face value but then I think as we kind of go forward it's like how do we make it less. SORTA talk specific and more flight. How specific and how does our brand really show and You know I think I was thinking about this the other day. I definitely think that you know one of the things that really make successful. Content of ours is interactivity so when we can kind of create a series where our audiences can kind of play along and they kind of do that with finish the tick tock lyric right like when they're watching it. They kind of feel like they're playing along as well and they can kind of guess. The lyric Kinda jump in there and I think that there's probably a huge factor for the success in our content. What are some other series? The F- We have finished the tick tock lyric. We have another one called Shit Talk Right now where we basically get artists that actually when we pull it up right now you see podcast Jacob. Yeah we have a lot of really a lot of cool new ones that were kind of rolling out right now but let me ask you this. Is there anything that you tried on tic TAC. That didn't work and why. Oh I didn't work Yeah we've had a lot of series that we've kind of rolled out that haven't done as well as finished at six and we try to make educated guesses as to why they don't work can again. I think interactivities kind of one of those ones that we always fall back on is like if we can make it as interactive as we can. It's always gonNA perform better Oh Yeah we have another one called like Suggestion box basically like fans will kind of jump in and Okay so interactive seems to be under activity read for sure for sure on talk for sure and then like even you know one that that didn't do as well as we wanted. It's Hugh But that was a really cool series was We had this one called it. was basically artist trippy. Read sure yes. So he was on. He was on Flight House recently. And it was this series called love advice with trippy red and and we actually got him a relationship therapist Inside our facility and trippy basically went through like fan comments of like Them them wanting relationship advice in Lubbock is and him in the relationship that are pissed with kind of like answer the questions and give advice and it okay On talk it has like I think three hundred four hundred thousand views on youtube right now which is like decent in our is But I think it wasn't as interactive. It was more of it was more of a one way thing versus like a two way interactive thing you know and I think that's just kind of what we're trying to build right now. So how do you see the type of media that works on Tick Tock. Different from the type of media works on say snapchat. Yeah it's pretty similar. I mean I think tick tock we definitely try to target it's at its Gen Z.. Culture Like just hyper focused on that. Like who are the artists that they find very relevant to the tick Tock Stars that they find really relevant snapshots pretty similar because is it is sort of mobile. I and the way that you sort of consume content is like vertical. It's mobile and like that's how we produce all of ours has Tom. I have a younger audience. Are you aiming for a different type of audience than than you would. I mean it depends on how you define that right like after like thirteen. Eighteen to seventeen right now a big portion of our audiences around thirteen to twenty okay and mostly female thing about snapchat though and I will say this is something that we don't do on talk is the graphics snapshots very graphic. It'll like a lot of stuff moving like in Ou- spinning For us as we try to just keep it focused on the person for now but we're experimenting with a lot of stuff even next year. Okay so who makes this stuff. We have team. Yeah so we have editor Tina. The seventeen year olds or their house. Yeah I know we're all kind of in our twenty something. Okay Yeah so you know we've been around the block. He's a Dovan stuff go. Yeah Yeah so how did you become involved with. You didn't start flight. Oh No so when I was around eighteen. You're you're like brought in as as the the old guy. Yeah exactly yes. So when I was eighteen I was working at our parent company. Create Music Group where I'd been there for a couple years because The one of the cofounders flew out when I was like sixteen and I just did a lot of business development and anr for them. And at the time I was trying to figure out like new creative ways to kind of promote our artists and so I saw musically. 'cause I was just very familiar with the space and I saw this page called Flight House and I just kept seeing everywhere so when it was at like a million followers Reached Out Start it's Kinda work with the kids that started it who were probably like a year two younger than I was at the time it was two brothers and we sort of brought them in and we acquired The brand from them and then just they were just like creating content on their own so it wasn't even original content. At the time it was it was like remixes so basically on musically there was sort of a library of music that users can tap into right so they'd offer all the top forty songs and in you know any song that was pretty much put out by a major label and where Flight House got big was they would upload sort of sped up at its and slowed down and remix versions of songs And the users on musically sort of found that to be like a valuable enough thing to follow a paid for and so some of these remixes would get like you know ten thousand one hundred thousand sometimes up to a million repos on musically at the time and that sort of how it started and then as it turned into tick tock we were like all right. Let's figure you're out a way that this can be more than just a remix sort of brand.

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"dovan" Discussed on OHoney with Amanda Cerny & Sommer Ray

OHoney with Amanda Cerny & Sommer Ray

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on OHoney with Amanda Cerny & Sommer Ray

"She like I took a different route. I went back route but it was also like I was doing got kind of like a sexy sexy then in turn to run. I gotta get there to kill those together yeah yeah she was performing. I was like the girl that she was flirting with and then but I couldn't get there in time but it got there yeah. Did you guys do it was nobody was very impressed. I remember the face in in in my head. It might be yeah yeah. No I sure I contact with my day manager. Who says the tour I looked at him and he looked at me like and he got off stage and he said to me he's like I saw that brief moment where you were going to kill me and I'm like yes? I did have the morals that somebody's going to die. I also the modest than me. I don't know walk in front of the moment but really it's just GonNa go the longest way yeah yeah I love hiking's good most scenic route the booties on the way over yeah all right we need to dive into the honeypot. Go to question two Dovan Dovan Dovaston Avid job boards all right. Let's go and I this is me reading are very thank you. They're also GONNA make for the record. I WanNa see that I asked him. I said you come up pajamas and I know you guys are GonNa look how a hot and you're GONNA be all did up until like no no no. No I WANNA point out that I am in target pajamas and these two literally look like fine as hell sitting on. I was going to Hash Jennifer out I this is going to happen stunning downing super casual. You Look Amazing Yeah Ooh Gary. What are you talking about those braids to love? I tried to do a brain on my last podcast. You'll see it so question number to give it to me. Oh honey high so I love making my own content snapchat and g stories and I recently just started youtube channel. The only problem is that everyone around me hates it when I'm filming. My boyfriend gets annoyed my parents my friends etcetera. How do I continue to make interesting content without annoying everyone? I can't be alone in all of my videos or can i. I also they also don't WANNA keep causing trouble in my relationship with my boyfriend who because he probably will break up with me if I do when you make content. Do you feel like you're you get on people's nerves or do you not care from the most annoying content onto increase forever. We'll get the moines continent created. I can personally vouch for that. I've met a lot of nothing I have several things to say. One is must be real. Talk with you. Is everyone gets annoyed. When you make content until you start securing the bag and then no one gets annoyed when you you may have so I think it's a little bit of a journey to explain to people the people around you what creating content is light when I first started? Obviously my parents have understand a lot of my friends. Were like what the hell are you doing then when you start to get more in the world and if you start to garner any type of success people become a lot a lot more accepting of what you're doing. That's one thing the second thing is I would say to be cautious of what you film in who you film as someone who also logs I always asked for permission before I've logged especially from their house..

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"dovan" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"And mom and dad. I mean, they if this school is delayed by two hours gotta get to work. I mean mom's gonna be two hours late. That's the. That's not necessarily good thing for for her or the company, she may or he may work for so I'm with you there man, either pull the trigger and shut shut it down. Or are forcing the school yet a half a day with the delayed opening Israel Bush league, I think, but I know you said that you came to father late in the game here. So how did becoming a father to change your perspective on life? Well, it really impact all of us pretty much the same. You know, I'm standing here while talk to you. And I'm looking at my faith thinking, I'm it has rounded me so much more. You know, you're out there chasing life, basically. And while you're chasing life life, kind of passing you by. And when you when you have your first child you realize, wow, there's there's a a greater. Reason for being on this earth. And just me chasing. What what this life has offer me now about what life I can give to someone else. And that's impactful slows you down. Stop it. Smell the roses you cherish every little moment. And you realize that you are now charged with a greater responsibility than you ever thought you had before you had a child yet, very well said now this your daughter watch you on TV rob with doing the weather or has the fascination of seeing data on the TV. They're kinda ward off a bit. Does. She still check out the show. Mom, doesn't put me on through often. But you know, if I'm out there, and it's form if it's it's a little bit, Harry Madeleine gets a little bit nervous there two. She was frightened to watch major spanning and some wind and rain. So it's not necessarily things she something that we we like to do. But if it's just me on studio playing around doing silly things. Yes. Sure. So she gets a kick out actually brought my daughter on a life shot wants to Eminem factory on good Morning America thought, she get a charge out of that. And she we put her on television. There was supposed to be able to kid there. But they didn't show up. So we put her on the air, and as outgoing and as freewheeling socially as she is life came on. And she he she tighten up a little bit, and daddy, you would think which would step in and and V season pro and workers through this mess, but I was nervous having child on television. That's that maybe the only time, I'm. Really nervous on the air as when I have somebody. I love on with me. I don't wanna miss it. And look at the factory once in a lifetime deal for the kids. So she have had experience Dovan, the Eminem and everything was fine. But being on TV's is what he does. And she knows more importantly on the weather can see Love's weather too. So whether she into that profession that's up to her, but we all like being outside for sure. Very cool. What was the transition like for you, rob going from one child to to and adding his son into the mix here. And how is your daughter's response to taking on the role of big sister? Everyone says all your daughter's older. So she's going to be a maternal. She's gonna be helper. It's going to be great. Well, she just like any other kid insure you experience this when the second one the second one comes out and matter how old you are the attention goes to that one then the little jealous. So there were certainly some jealousy. There was time where she basically ignoring the baby and making things more difficult for it. But we're working through that now, and she's become a he's bracing the role of the big sister ask for me when we went to have second with the first time around like like most news, I was kind of excited to have a voice, but knowing when when we have birth it wouldn't matter, and certainly not the case, and she's studies little girl, and I love having daughter to the point where when we had our second. I kinda was hoping for another girl 'cause I was. I afraid I wouldn't know to do with the point. I mean, I'm all About Eve party dress up man, that's my deal now. And but having a boy make change your hat with a little pressure on you as a man. And now, it's a little more rough and tumble. But that aspect of it has been so much fun. And I couldn't be happier. And I'm excited to see him develop in into a man. Yeah. Awesome. I had it in the.

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"dovan" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"Although again, there's a lot of misreading of those data WHO will tell you that there is no higher incidence of depression in the so-called developed world than there is in the undefeatable that actually pretty even the weirdest. I feel like that's been we've been propagandize with another message reason exactly that we we must be guilty because we live in emotionally constipated difficult, bad awful culture that needs released into nice sweet weld of friend innocent. In an empathy, and I agree with that. But then I see empathy is coming from exactly things like embarrassment embarrassment. Result of empathy. You're in Barrett. Four other people when you see them making him a mistake 'cause embarrassments there's one's own shame to would have would you want to use that one can feel about? Once naked statements design is will the things where shame Dovan inside the prime. Genesis you a naked. We were naked. And we were shamed. We say to gone, but that's the the really matters when the embarrassment feel other people when you I think it's a form of real empathy to to to feel awkward about others. That's why I can't watch any reality TV. I'm just remember to find you just. Bassin people put in that position. Even if the happy. Clearly believe they aren't they've triumphed. I just want a week. It's it's strange. I have a problem watching ice skating the failures in ice skating, find more painful than anywhere athletics because the mismatch between what was gracefully being accomplished a moment before. And what happens when they splatter all over the is that. It's just ghastly I've got that's if. Do you know, Paul blooms work, on empathy? I've heard of it. But I don't know it. Yeah. Yeah. Touch that a second. It's fascinating to come back to your point about the cows. The mindful cows, no one who studies mindfulness or or who gets deep into the practice thinks that that mere pl- acidity. Like, I mean, certainly not bovine pl- acidity is an exemplar of the practice. And this actually misunderstanding that you can persist for a long time once practicing it's not really passive of. There's something very active about mindfulness because you are keenly aware of the actual character of your experience in a way that you're tending not to be in every other moment. I mean the moment where you are consumed by thought where your reaches exceeding, your grasp tends to be a moment where you are actually not your attention is is bound up by thought and reactively and prejudice, you know, and in ways where you're not actually cognitive. Wli emotionally available in all kinds of other ways that you could recognize the value of the rewarding nature of if you could inhabit that band of consciousness long enough. So I just like socially like when you are in in the mode of your ambition in relationship to other people. They're all kinds of experiences. You're not having with other people that if you could have them you you might recognize they're actually preferable, right? So like when you're in bishop's when many things you desire, you walk into a room with a bunch of other people and they're beginning to function like props in your world way. Either have to get around them. You have to use them. They'll have instrumental value if somebody is incredibly wealthy that may be relevant to you. If you are a fundraiser or you have something if that if that completes part of the puzzle of your own ambition. You know, used to begin to see people in ways, which are again instrumentalising of them. And it it makes you unavailable to act. Actually, connect in ways that you would otherwise connect your attention. We're free of desire. Can I simply the way I mean, if you're talking about body mind or body brain, and that's a whole phony issue about brain mind. But let's just say for the moment that roughly the same. Yeah. Sure. If I if someone's being to the gym if someone has boaty fullness if someone runs and goes to the gym and his British trained in very fit. I can see it straight away. Yeah. I'm what's more. I can go upstairs with next to the and I'm puffing at the top of the season they own that. So many obvious signs of this superiority and of the chief -ment that trading has given them. It's just a parent..

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"dovan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Bit of a catastrophe teams on the Italian peninsula. In Europe this week a tale of woe Romer Cosa getting new ventures, but both of them losing the big story really for the to Milan clubs Napoli cool sit so close to gain for. But the headline said old on the sport going into idiots Milan. Hill is also another headline. So let's bring in Gabon called the tale of woe, Glenn catastrophes. Same would engage an Italian gap it for which men land club. Do you think? This was the worst week. I think I think it was probably worse week for it to be honest. Simply because they look at themselves, and they had it totally incorrect approach I thought against against PS VR Dovan, parents them spend all the time worrying about whether it Barcelona we're going to try hard against Burs or not. Meet on for their part. I mean not much to write home about either. And obviously their European campaign is now over, but they did create a bunch of chances against to leave your calls. They probably only have themselves to blame. They can be really unhappy about the penalty. But you know, message to about it. There's no need for you to put your hands on him. And if you don't do that you won't get you won't get whistled for a penalty. So I'm gonna lean inter, but certainly, you know, only just do you guys can co was it more of a disaster into I think so and I think he has to do with the level of expectation and the train for inter that seemed to be taking steps forward and going into the next phase. So Champions League, I think themselves and a different level altogether. Now, it doesn't mean that resolve all of their issues, but he puts them in a situation where they can now think of themselves at a higher level they can think of themselves that they can step forward. Now, it's more questions than answers jacket. Yeah. I agree. I think the bigger damage his it was done by by into on on seven it. I've just say. As far as AC goes. Yes, it was. It was a penalty. You know? Maybe you can make the argument that it isn't always given. Well, it should. And then you know, you start pointing fingers at what shouldn't shouldn't. And that's he can stance, but given how well into how done up to that point. Only left would get any better PSV at home the the team bottom of your group. I just I just expected more from into in that sick of the other things that inter had couple of chances to wrap this up lose to Spurs away from home. And then when you really have a chance in front of your your own able to win a game that you need to win some should disaster for them both. We're going to talk with the embarrassing excuse Leonardo with his claiming that the homes in the flu. Not Olympia costs and Greece on you talk about noise and clones nonsense. I'm sorry. Walt can drivel is. I mean, you know, enter shouldn't have been looking at what boss is the boys have said and AC Milano the Europa league. The you've got any defense Findlay and Ottawa tool. No. I mean, I'm surprised he he said that I think he was just shocked that he wasn't really thinking what he was saying. He's basically blaming a club for having noisy passionate home fans who might bring horns and drums and T and all that stuff that supposedly makes European football. Colorful, look, I mean, it was a tough group because so Olympia Bianco and Beattie's, but. Ultimately, you know, we have them selves to blame. Generally, what you get when you go to Greece. Is that pretty good? Pretty good atmosphere. Pretty good, Paul. Kost the Seri. Awesome. Kost. Oh, look at those three Kabylie genus, aloe. See it on ESPN NFC. Welcome into. It's been see extra. Chime the full crew here got Gabon caldy on which is just as well because they stock flows Israel, don't very much it. We got the shrubbery. Shrubberies? It's very it's will. Rubbery shrimping the face, the glare a gap. Joe Schwantz know what's going on with the tally in football question. Mark Napoli and out of the Champions League. Europe league walk needs to change question voice. Sit back and relax. The floor is yours. Oh, man..

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"dovan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"dovan" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"He arrived there like around ten pm. I'm glad stays open, but they said like immediately, the surveillance cameras showed immediately after he purchases ticky ten when he arrived, he just started getting undressed. For the shark tanks jumped over the the barrier? Yeah. And Dovan feel like you have to be on drugs. Death. Wish he was gone before any thorns or anybody could. Oh my gosh. But they said that the man, he don't been twice because the first time he dove in like there was a crowd around, cheering him on. No, dove it again. Gosh, I mean, that's frightening if anyone were to go into a shark tank like clothed, right, right. Which is bad. And I feel like a shark would eat Unum out or what, but also naked. At that point you're in for like a big spectacle. You know, you're not just in like to get into a shark tank, but if you're naked, that's like a second level of spectacle and like you did it twice like, yeah. Oh gosh. Did he like dive in deep or was it just like a surface? Like he just dove in and I don't think the water was deep it all pro six like that. But he dove in and they said like he reached like the midway and then Dovan again, what type of sharks were in there? I don't know if it said it didn't say what kind of sharks were in there that's terrifying. They said he didn't seem like scared. They said, yeah, probably not on his face. They said he was smiling end seem even relaxed, which to me either you're on drugs or this was totally dare like you're like, yeah, I could see that. I mean. They, they said, this man is between thirty five to forty years old. So no, like a naked like dripping wet man. Oh, yeah. Guard your shark tanks. You never know who's gonna come. Those sharks would probably really upset. I would be so upset if some naked person came into my room. I didn't invite you. You are. They're probably like, you can't sleep tonight, shark sleep, but like we can't sleep tonight. There's something out there like how we have shark week. People get eaten by sharks, right? Aiding their, I'm sure I'm sure they're all talking about it. Oh, Oh, yeah. yeah. Oh, Oh yeah. yeah..

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"dovan" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Skin care line, but I'm telling you it's so much easier to get into a market niche that you're a part of. If you are a big basketball or golf or fishing fan, get into that niche people get into niches because they think it's going to be extremely profitable, which shirt might be. But it's so much easier to know the insider tips and tricks once really going on in that market and that niche win your part of the market. And and so. Those are my two biggest reasons. I think startups failed just lack of marketing, a knowledge and understanding and people getting into the wrong niches and Marcus for the wrong reasons. I'm gonna not argue with you, but I'm going to clarify one point. You make some very important. I do agree strongly that you if possible should go into a business that you are the you are passionate about. I think that if that is possible that right there is wicked awesome because if you love that product and it's your profit center, that's awesome because you love what you do like our podcast. I've love interviewing guys like it doesn't feel like work. I love the show prep. I love the research. I love it. All love. That's that to me isn't work. However, I'm involved in real estate and I am involved in haircuts and I am involved in wasn't volved in photography. I am involved in marketing different industries, different companies that I own, you know, carpet cleaning. What. And these are all niches where I really couldn't care less. I mean, I could try, but I do. I know just not humanly possible to care less about hair than I care about. I care enough. I'm really obsessed with my with my family and my kids, and so I got a really deep intense knowledge of hair Dovan in the more I dive into it. I like it, but I want you to know. I really do. I know I really, I don't get it, but I'd I've into it because I would just say, this is clarified. It is the perfect unicorn, if you can absolutely be in a niche where you can merge your passion and your profit center, that is cool, passionate province. That's awesome. But if you can't do that, please understand you're still going to have to get very detailed. You can't go into a niche where you know nothing about it. So even though I'm a guy who wears a hat every day every day then before I had the road where had on the weekends all the time, I'm the kind of guy that never does my hair ever. I just don't. Care. I have no class. I am a dive bar stated earlier, but Dovan in, I mean, seriously today we had a young lady max who applied for job at elephant room Chuck. Did you meet her today? I saw her walking around. I was in meetings all that. She came in today and she has worked at two locations, and I'm max, I mystery shop all the competition. And I bring my little note pad and I take notes about what they're doing, you know, and take photos and I'm always just trying to one up and that lady. I never, I never tried to offer job to the competitions. I've never offered her job. She's cut my hair multiple places she comes into and I'm like us. I know you cut your hair. I didn't know you own this company. What lady. Yeah. Okay. Ever tell anybody. I said she goes, oh my gosh, that's so cool. But like so I forced myself to know the company and obsess about it. So you can't. There's no way to skip that step, but it really is a unicorn if you love what you do. I mean that that's all that is that is hot when you love what you do. That's exciting. That's like. But man hair. Let me tell you about hair. Max. Had read all these hair books and had to go to trade shows to go to the competition. I never previously paid for haircuts max. I was having my wife cut my hair buzz, let it grow out like a yeti. All right, Dr nation, if you're out there and you are serious about saving some time and some money we've talked about earlier, but when I'm gonna.

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Dak Prescott of Dallas Cowboys rises to 'challenge' vs. New York Giants

CBS Sports Radio

05:32 min | 3 years ago

Dak Prescott of Dallas Cowboys rises to 'challenge' vs. New York Giants

"New York following Sunday night football tonight. Dallas Cowboys in the New York Giants both teams coming in at all in one both teams trying to avoid that dreaded Owen to Mark. And both teams coming in after being bit offense challenged in week number one. How would this one play out? Well for the Dallas Cowboys who struggled to score points against Carolina Panthers last week. It was not going to be the same this week. In fact, it took them only three plays on their opening drive to show everyone that this was going to be a little bit different breast got under center. Play action sets the throw look at the table in Austin. Got it. Sixty four Prescott to the speed. Tabloids on top six. So a six nothing lead. Just three plays in a sixty four yard touchdown pass. And a quick just a little bit more than ninety seconds as it turned out before the Dallas Cowboys had the lead in this game. Extra point was good. They had themselves a seven nothing lead. The offense wasn't really necessarily the story for Dallas in the first half. It was more the defense. They shut the giants down. The giants were unable to do anything offensively throughout the entire of that first half. Dallas added a field goal. Also in that first quarter at the end of a sixty four yard drive and had a ten nothing lead after one. It was the same ten nothing lead. If they ended up having at halftime in this ball game James came out with the opening kick off the second half and tried to get something going offense after putting up to seventy nine yards in the first half. However, Dallas Dallas's defense which had given manning fits in the first half continue to do so right after halftime Barkley motion to the right side of manning who creep in towards the line now back up clapping for the snap raising. His right foot off gets the shotgun. Snap. Head high pressure companies loose out. It's coming up by the Cowboys taco Charlton scoops up the loose ball after Damian Wilson. Manning up. Albouy sack this one results in a turnover and Dallas has the football inside the giant thirty. Turned out. The Brett Maher would hit a second field goal as a result of that turnover. His second of the game a twenty nine yard and few minutes into the third quarter was thirteen to nothing Dallas on top giant struggled to get offense going as we said all night long, the main safety valve rely was saquon Barkley as it turned out do end up getting targeted sixteen times out of the backfield at fourteen catches for eighty yards on the night. He's part of the drive New York put together ultimately to get into Dallas territory and their deepest penetration offensively to that point of the nine eleven plays. A sixty six yard drive. It took more than six minutes off the clock as it turned out. We're not going to be able to get into the end zone, but other grocers hit a twenty eight yard field goal to get New York on the board with four and a half left to go in the third. It was thirteen to three game. That's when the Dallas Cowboys not long thereafter, put together with turned out to be the drive of the game as they began at their own eighteen yard line this coming late. I should say. Early in the fourth quarter early in that fourth quarters. They took over the eighteen yard line. The giants were looking to hold defensively down just by nine. But Dallas was methodical. Dallas was strong running the football. Dallas was also led by their quarterback. Dak Prescott downfield in a fourteen play drive that took almost eight and a half minutes remaining in the game off the clock. And it was their bread truck. Ultimately put this game away third and two at the six Prescott the gift to Ezekiel Elliott breaks, the tackle. Elliot. Touchdown. Tackle up. Corinne, Mark on the right side left. Dovan for six nineteen to three Dallas what five forty five to go. Not a huge statistical game Zeke. You'll Elliott seventeen carries. Seventy eight yards with that touchdown as we said, basically put it away with by forty five left to go. The extra point made it at twenty two three ballgame. This is when New York finally found its offensive sea legs and moved the ball down the field. Although his Jason pointed out that especially quickly in the closing minutes of his game down by seventeen points. It was an eleven play seventy five yard drive. They didn't use their timeouts. It took the more than four minutes to get it done. And Eli manning finally found the end zone about as open as you can along the right hash. Manning drops the drill pressure coming throws over little wide open. His tight end. Evan. In the middle of the end zone. And it's a touchdown Ingram with his first touchdown grab of the year. He manning what his first touchdown pass and an easy voter Ingram to keep the giants. Live hopes alive into the end zone for the first time that I now down twenty two. Reason the hopes were slammed as there was only one twenty seven left to go in the game. After the extra point. It was twenty two ten that meant there had to be an onside kick and the giants recovered that onside kick then after eight plays. They elected to go for the thirty eight yard field goal Rosa's drill bat with just eleven seconds to go. What it meant was New York could recover the next onside kick it would have an opportunity maybe for hail Mary to the end zone and a miracle comeback to get the game tie roses. Onside kick sailed over the head and everyone dribbled out of bounds. At basically was Gandhi your ballgame. Donaldson the ball over the forty yard line took a need and they had themselves a victory a much needed victory. Ended up starting out this season for them twenty to

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"dovan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"For this thing all over the world. And everybody in Hollywood knows about it Now the idea to remake the. Film scene by scene was hatched by then eleven year old Christopher mob bullish but it was twelve year old Eric Zala who had all the experience yeah I did a class film in sixth grade which Chris saw we, wrote, on the bus Stella Amaechi school. Together and he has a? Result mistakenly thought I knew something about film. So when he. Got this idea to remake raiders lost ark shot for. Shot that and the fact that I borrowed his raise last comic book on the bus is what led him to give me a call and say. Hey I'm Reid making raiders lost ark do you? Want to help and I thought all the sets were built. Everyone was cast I just sort of walk on and. Help build it I know the only thing that. Chris done at that point was by the published screenplay and has any good producer will do test himself Indiana Jones so where did Chris get the idea to remake, what was then a major blockbuster released in the early eighties he says. It was all just about kids having fun the whole, sort of originating idea was really born Have more of a? Role playing thing it was a it was a fantasy it. Was yeah a creative project ensued and a lifelong collaboration. Ensued but I don't think it was ever like I don't even think it entered our? Minds like we? Sat, down and thought okay well we're about to put a in the next seven years of our lives into a creative project what else do you want to work on you know. What other what are the things that this. Is what we're. Doing and we're kind of going for it and and we had. No no idea how long it, was, going to take. Us so we sort of. Dovan and did it so I don't I don't know if we had that spectrum of creative? Thinking yet.

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"dovan" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"But especially in the three round that is to me a very competitive fight. I agree. I think. You're right, where where Dustin is really good is where's you know? Nate thrives and same dozen. They're both tough guys like to bang it out a little bit, and that's that's needs world. So we'll see. But I think I agree point as definitely the. Cleaner striker. He's got good wrestling, but Nate, he's a freak man, he's he takes shots. He hangs in there any finds a way to win and he's got great submissions and judo throw. So that's a fight that if everything works out and they end up at actually fighting going to be a hell of a fight, I think that's going to be a three round Ludd bath to be honest with you. You did two maybe three, but I certainly saw doing two of the weeks for the Tuesday contend series, phenomenal job. You really have come into your own with this gig, and I was really happy to see you back there. What is something you are seeing with the guys who are the next generation of fighters that maybe some of us when we're watching don't pick up on like, yes, there will there well rounded. Okay. But you've done that gig a lot. What are you seeing from them? Cancer learning. To, you know, they know how to act in there. They know how to promote themselves better guys. Maybe when I was first the, you have seen. They, they know how to. Hi themselves up and they're. All right. Sorry, maybe I was lost. Yeah, they all they seem to have a lot more confidence these guys coming in then then guys at that level. Outside of the US would have normally had maybe three, four, five years ago. These guys know they belong there now, they have to go through a longer road to get to the UFC than I did when when I got signed. I mean, these guys normally used to be able to fight for a regional promotion that you have. He kind of looked to for a feeder now they've got those guys have to now come and fight another guy that's at that same level level and you have see ready potentially, and and battle it out on the contender series. So I think that they're more you have see ready than they used to be or ever have been at this point in in may. Yeah, you know what's crazy. That's the use of forgot the gentleman who he fought, but they could have easily handed out a contract to the loser in that fight. Yeah. When when I saw that fight mashed up and I looked up Mike. It was Mike something that he fought kid was an stud and in the highlights of building up to his fight. He was training with like Perry and he's like throwing them around and Landon shots. So I mean that kid, that's how that kid is even at one forty, five, he's competing with Lucy welterweight s- and just, yeah, Sadique just that good too. I mean, coming into this one, I knew how good. Sadique Yousef was I'd seen him before. I see them live, knock a guy out. So he's a guy I've been aware of for a long time when you got on the contender series and he was the underdog, I couldn't believe it before you go, do you know when you're commenting? Not so much with the contender series is the season is over. But when you're going to be next in the commentary booth. Next week next week for what you mean? Lincoln. Oh, very good doing it with your partner. FitzGerald. Oh, what a great team. But he is so talented that he had no background in MA. He has transitioned just fine. Yeah. He really, you know, dove into it, watches all the fights doesn't ton of research. Ask questions did a little bit of training when he's now that he's out in Vegas syndicate. I think he was taking some classes and things like that. So he's all in man. He, he's a sports guy. He's one of those guys at embraced sport, and once he got that job, he, he Dovan Emma may and learn it all aspects of it..

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"dovan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Bubble pretty much because they're not their bodies aren't immune tool so when they get older then they have to put up with it so yeah remember anyone during my childhood ever having an allergy to peanuts and now it's like half the kids in the world do peanuts it's okay for the love of pete but i mean if you're allergic to peanuts dovan does that mean you're allergic to like all not necessarily a peanut is a different type of nut essentially then like an almond or because you can be allergic to nuts like until you'll be allergic to the almonds and the pecans and like those kind but you're not allergic to peanuts because peanuts is not the same thing as an almond they're also saying that if you start feeding them peanut butter when they're when they're allowed to start eating food that they have those allergens but then on the other hand they tell you to be so careful with that because if you have your one year they say not to feed peanut butter until after one years old but then they tell you to do it it's very confusing it's so hard if you're watching us on facebook live right now at talkin pets radio winter stressing she wants out so bad i know she knows it show day and we usually that open up the doors for her to go out to the pool when she wants to go out so bad and she doesn't know what to do with yourself and the other one i dunno where somebody that she's hiding but but if you've got a question or comment pick up the phone and coming on in a couple of minutes we're going to be talking with the tell you more said she's the oldest sister and the main songwriter for southern halo it's a great group three sisters and they've got a great sound we're gonna play continue to play a couple of their songs but also we're going to be giving away some of their cds win natalia joins us in just a couple of minutes so stay tuned for that but are you going out to the break with a one of their songs.

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"dovan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Man rotation and that nine man rotation really turned into a seven man rotation down the stretch but you didn't see thon maker you didn't see shabazz muhammad it didn't see matthew della vedova either and i'm not sure whether that speaks to joe plenty keeping a tight rotation or despite the return on wednesday of matthew dovan maybe isn't fully there yet but for game two one of the things i would point to and i guess we'll wait and find out is witnessing what happened on the glass here does that open up more minutes for tyler zeller and at what point when we saw how effective that grouping was with janas at center at what point do we see that for a bulk of the game in game two and potentially for the series moving forward game ones are always interesting but it's the rotate its the adjustments excuse me that are made from they're going forward you go back a year ago the victory over the raptors in game one really merely the victory over them in game two as well but we saw after the first two and a half three games of that series we saw dwayne casey make adjustments you didn't see jonas valance unicef plane is much you saw moore norman powell and those adjustments led to the raptors winning this series what adjustments to the bucks and joe printing make to do the same here and take this series because for all of the negative things we pointed to you lost by six points in overtime you don't have as many turnovers as we saw in the second quarter it's a different story they're same in the third quarter who knows you took a three point lead into halftime but the biggest one is if you limit those second chance points this is a much different story four one four seven nine nine one six twenty the accurate mortgage talk and.

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"dovan" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"This is a really cool and concise and amazing awesome guide that actually michelle's company celaya did for microsoft end our friend joel he'll in from epi next previously from next now he works alliance he worked on it quite a bit so this is the ayrshire data architecture guide it presents a structured approach for designing data centric solutions on microsoft azure based on proven practices derived from customer engagements very very cool what would you build on azure that isn't data center yeah that's a good question i mean any kind of long running process that has to deal with particular type of file that isn't particularly data maybe it's binary data that's data though isn't it yeah all tate in the end yeah you have you wanna do a micro services architecture system you need some guidance is the first thing you should read nice yep and from the company that produced our guest that's right about that how about that that's what i got go read it learnt love it who's talking to us richard grabbing commentator show fourteen ninety three when we did with kendra havens talking about docker tools for dot net core i ended up containers and services and all these good things got a bunch of good comments on their in kendra dovan and responded bunch them this particular comic comes from near who said it's an i r near highgrade episode in a very interesting topic my team is doing proof of concept using docker containers for testing components in our product they're trying to figure out how to do visual studio bugging on non dot net core applications is that possible the tooling today and it's not what's to recommend a way to go about it in kindred actually mentioned you know you spend you mentioned dot net correspond cly so yes you could definitely he said non dot.

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"dovan" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"This is a really cool and concise and amazing awesome guide that actually michelle's company celaya did for microsoft end our friend joel he'll in from epi next previously from next now he works alliance he worked on it quite a bit so this is the ayrshire data architecture guide it presents a structured approach for designing data centric solutions on microsoft azure based on proven practices derived from customer engagements very very cool what would you build on azure that isn't data center yeah that's a good question i mean any kind of long running process that has to deal with particular type of file that isn't particularly data maybe it's binary data that's data though isn't it yeah all tate in the end yeah you have you wanna do a micro services architecture system you need some guidance is the first thing you should read nice yep and from the company that produced our guest that's right about that how about that that's what i got go read it learnt love it who's talking to us richard grabbing commentator show fourteen ninety three when we did with kendra havens talking about docker tools for dot net core i ended up containers and services and all these good things got a bunch of good comments on their in kendra dovan and responded bunch them this particular comic comes from near who said it's an i r near highgrade episode in a very interesting topic my team is doing proof of concept using docker containers for testing components in our product they're trying to figure out how to do visual studio bugging on non dot net core applications is that possible the tooling today and it's not what's to recommend a way to go about it in kindred actually mentioned you know you spend you mentioned dot net correspond cly so yes you could definitely he said non dot.

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"dovan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That's awful so you know for me at twenty nine year old you know i i feel like because of the path of my my journey and getting me to american valley theater in just the way things worked out for me i i try not to say like nothing's this is impossible because of this so at twenty nine you know i allowed myself to still dream and win alexi romanski use who's the crowder for for our our fire brigade american ballet theatre selected me and said i want missed he to be one of the firebirds arm it was like okay this is my aunt this is my opportunity i think it's problem my last opportunity to show and prove that it i'm capable of being a principal dancers so that rule had a lot of meaning behind it just because it was like this is it it's either this or i'm going to be a soloist for maybe two more years and then retire so i just of dovan had first and on and tell us how you develop a role in how are you develop that role is so yeah i mean each each rule is different but you know with firebird it was being created on me so that's a very different experience than stepping into a role that that's been done for hundreds of years that rally of not working handinhand with the core yasser so there were uh three dancers me natasa povoa and isabela boyle stand the three of us word working in the studio with alexi route lonski and having this crowder feet created on us and it was really intense and the part of firebird it's very physical lynn and she's jumping all the time and just moving in different directions so it was really uh a lot on the body and i remember just like limping out of the studio every day in walking across the street to the equinoxes and going into the sean i just like oh my god i don't know how i'm going to do this again tomorrow and we worked one on one with them like that for a couple of weeks and um and then when we really started piecing it together with the company i.

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"dovan" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Of the people who have been affected by police shootings you had uh it's nicely down with its tech tragic subject horse but nicely done with with the videos some of the people who have been shy and stories about them uh under the heading a shot by cops and forgotten um so that must have been among other things a wrenching you experience to do the reporting on some of these personal stories yeah i definitely why they mean we we knew did that was always going to need a goal then we really wanted to provide a yes eight eight amy statistic side of this but will feature the people behind the numbers um who were who are really affected and even entire communities who are affected so getting those interviews was definitely a top priority on it was a bit difficult at times some people are sometimes hesitant to speak about uh these traumatic experiences and attorneys especially are really wary of having um you know a lot of these people are involved in lawsuits against departments so sometimes they're wary of having them speak to media their lawsuit is still pending but we were able to to get some really um really compelling an interesting and a wonderful people to speak to us again were speaking with taylor dovan whose reporter four of lunch news on aw voice news as recent report it's a ninemonth investigation of police shootings in the united states of america naive found taylor you found in your report uh if i recall correctly that the number of shootings had begun to decline as a result of an obama era initiative by the justice department is that correct yeah it's interesting we found in in the cities that had well first of all the the yes the total number of shootings at these fifty departments has declined that's mostly thanks to the.

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"dovan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on WJR 760

"The eighteen nine seconds to go on the game randla workey spikes the football was seven seconds left or trying to make the most of this opportunity why not hello hurry up offer leeson's great learning experience so for a lot of second team guys out here long briley working the mirror work valuable experience we're working takes the shotgun snap type for all over the federal catch fade by camp chambers he'll be dragged down as time runs out of about the twelve yard line at notre dame and so sadly this series will come to a close for some time officially as of now any way until the 20 26 year and the irish were the last word for awhile 38 eighteen let's go to steph dovan with mark state coaches tom gained nine what can you take away from it moving forward that we got to control what we can control almajid witness russ's far nation it say what they may want me to say but we have to control arms states we have to make less of him as an offense in order to do all we need to do this season think he coach backed you george all right serve mistakes made the difference in this one if you look at stats this spartans actually have bigger numbers that notre dame look at the scoreboard that's the irish with a big.

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"dovan" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"dovan" Discussed on WLAC

"I met my wife you know years ago uh her she told me about her great grandparent you uh their entire ray is there higher retirement it based on real estate um they're they know your example of a millionaire next door they live in a small country how here if rule north carolina uh but they have millions and millions of dollars in their day into our we thought that was a really cool um because oh down for retirement in uh real investment real and then after i found you about two years ago lifting now you talked about real estate had to say i'd how i want you in my life and real estate i've always wanted to what we get out of school and we're able to pay off my student loans at a choir what's your quite uh how do i how could i transition into real estate um now our time where like maybe next summer or this summer after that i could just stop teaching completely well if you're cove in if you dovan real hard right now you got all summarized right all because i'm a first year teacher i wasn't able to opt into the 12month hey cycle i had to take a 10month info i'm not i'm out of today i'm technically a you know unemployed for the summer language plan without bomb you know landscaping usually what i do during the summer waiting table uh doing things like baggio every odd in job that we ought we can't see how do you how a lot shaped up because we know that i was i get out in case we were hanging out loud you're going to teach another year right out who cut half then what you're gonna do you got to start sitting down with some real estate brokers and talk about how as i fall time teacher next year you can go about the business of getting your license and sounds like you're doing other stuff this summer as you money and you've got to do something faster than real estate create money and um so you know as as the summer progress as you.

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