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Disappearing Object Phenomenon and the Works of Dr Tony Jinx

Mysterious Universe

02:22 min | Last month

Disappearing Object Phenomenon and the Works of Dr Tony Jinx

"I was looking at some of the work of dr tony jinx and if you recall He published that book disappearing object phenomenon. And as i was looking into some of his research. He's actually caught of said that he's moved away from it. He's of he's limits on on what he can do with that. But i was inspired by him because he started looking into an. I recall this with these book which we covered on the show. He started looking into more of the statistics. Off the probability that these things will take place at how you can kind of assess it that way and it's a little bit. It's not boring boring the wrong word but it's very mathematical and it's very it's intriguing but it doesn't kind of a scholarly work it's scuola it doesn't fit the hot chaff quarter that i have for this show but i was inspired by him and i went and checked out a journal that he's heavily associated with and that is the australian journal of parapsychology. And as i was going through it. I was really fascinated with all these side cases that it mentions that a kind of a really anew take on some really old phenomena that we've heard of the years of people experiencing crisis operations and that's you know you'll have this extraordinary knowing that a loved one is ill or a loved. One is endangered And then later on you'll get a telegram phone call that that person actually had been endangered and somehow you picking up on it. There's a lot of these emotional connections that seemed to play a role in these events. There's also as i said you know. Obviously disappearing object phenomenon comes up at anything that relates to some type of knowledge. That's conveyed through means that we don't understand okay. And so what else looking at some of the journal articles journal articles with fascinating because it was looking at some of these all cases that we hear off and then comparing them to modern reports and looking at people. Because you think will i. I probably this that a lot of the phenomenon is kind of dying off especially with things that relate to this kind of cross separations because in the past all of those stories that you hear. It's like well. You know. I had i work at the middle of the evening defined by wife. Steady their bleeding from the head. But i couldn't contact her. So i sent a telegram and she didn't responded or took three days for the telegram to come back the reason why they story stand out because first of all you got the telegram to ballot it. Yeah but secondly you don't have this. Instantaneous communication we can call up someone say you trouble or something like that's going on so i thought the phenomenon don off it's not at all it's just changing. It's being reported less but the actual experiences a nonetheless unsettling

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"dr tony" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

08:58 min | 4 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"Welcome. Thank you thank you. Thank you for joining us. Wonderful to be with you. This is a great introduction. Really gets us into the ocean of thinking they expansion of the mind and you're introduction is really on top of the world thank you sir. Now i'm going to start here. Because i would to confront anybody sees that is coming up because you are a highly trained men of science and yet you're also named as by maharishi as a successor to the international transcendental meditation organizations in over one hundred countries. That for many people will seem like a contradiction. Walk us through how you balance that and make sense of full the post newest peasant netra yazidis understandably of san. That's true this business and science. How these things come to. The past is really a pass of research and study and discovery. I have tried to understand human behavior. I was born in a situation where things were very comfortable for me and then suddenly it all exploded. In a civil war that is available and that led to untold suffering and untold list to people Young people always people Children born innocent people. And so my question was what makes people think the way they do. What makes people do what they do. What makes us so crazy about things you know. Even people dying killing each other for believes for and the name of god and the name off whatever economy or politics they believe in and i thought maybe the best way to do it is to study human physiology because that is in my mind at that time what uphold our mind what creates our consciousness through the nervous system. So went into medicine as a vocation to help others and heal and remove suffering but also as a discovery of the mechanics of functioning of the nervous system and the body. And that's why. I went into psychiatry internal medicine and i felt they were things disease and it's progressing but didn't have the full answers at the same time. I thought maybe. I need to get into research. I went into neurology and then went into the science and research. And that's how i got to the brain and cognitive science. I was lucky to be at. Mit a great institution and harvard was really wonderful experience. But it was fragmented in a sense. Studies molecules you study certain aspects and the answers. Were not completely there at the same time. I had learned transcendental meditation with helped me discover something very very special and that is my inner self going into the self as different and transcending which is going beyond the surface value of the individual individual feelings fragmented values and discover that. This has helped a lot. Not only my mind but also my physiology my ability to concentrate my my health my wellbeing and i studied the research on it and was convinced that there is something profound that comes from the mind and i followed the scientific studies about even. What are we made of because once you discover there is a physical reality materiality you ask what is this material made off. What is our body made off. It's made out of organs. Organs are made out of sales sells out of molecules molecules are made out of atoms and then scientists go from the biology to the chemistry to the physics of things which underlies all of these values. And as you know often. I know you are expert in this field of quantum mechanics and and beyond they discovered realities. That were unexpected. And that is a field of possibilities where there are superposition of things where there is non locality where there is quantum values where there is probability and as they went deeper into that. They discovering that all that is appearing on the surface comes from a non material value which is physical on some level because it is fields of energy and fluctuations fields and those fields have been more and more unified and today scientists contemplate a unified field of all the laws of nature that is quite abstract. And when you look at the greatest physicist in our world and looked at that we plan all of dom they really felt and they said that this field is like consciousness field of consciousness. And then you know plank even said you know who is one of the highest most advanced. Who is the the father of quantum mechanics in many ways. He said one thing. I can tell you after studying. The physical reality is that the origin of the physical is non-physical. It is consciousness. So from both sides from the ancient side of the science of consciousness and the objective side the science of the material the ultimate reality coincides into that reality which is beyond the matter and looking into that studying that studying the effects of that and the implications of that i really came to the conclusion and understanding that actually consciousness is at the basis of everything and it is not the material life that produces consciousness but it is actually consciousness that produces physical and then material expressions and manifestations you and i write back and spend a couple of weeks seven to chat not a couple of hours but a couple of weeks and i think i want to bring this down into the level of leadership because somebody. Who's a leaders watching necessarily. Let's pretty fascinating gab. Hood this stuff around quantum physics. And you know you. And i talked about that. There's a you know the psychology. Even the psychology level for a lot of lead is is a leak. Join the send that you know that that psychology is impacting. The people they serve but then taking nuts deep is still hold on a minute. There is a field of consciousness that your in and that is impacting people And the work of shown drinking in whether it's you know residents fields and how was work and mafa genetic fields where in these fields and one of the things i talk about in my work is your culture is a field of consciousness in the way that i explained to them is imagine that there's a pool and i use that term. A pool out there holds all the knowledge of the company. But it's not. Just the information of the company will how we work or what we sell or even corporate culture but he's everybody's beliefs inside of that and how everybody but he feels and they go. Yeah i go and now imagine that you are a massive contributed to the field because you're the ceo ago. Okay now. what is everybody's swimming in. Oh will mind matter. And here's the analogy. I give it maybe a little graphic for you as a very high level individual than maybe i am. I say this. I want you to imagine. There's a there's a barrel of water it's beautiful spring water and you go yet. would you drink it. Of course okay great now. I'm just going to drop one. Drop one doctor. I still drinking it and they go no go so how big does have to be to make you not drinking one dog. That's all it takes. I you the dog to it or you. Keeping the water clear and that's the understanding of the consciousness of koper culture. And that's what i believe is a responsibility for us to keep filtering and cleaning an evolving ourselves in dealing that. That's a good discussion about the spring water. But you think that's a good explanation of what. How a leader can possibly understand how this works absolutely from many different..

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"dr tony" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"To us the google home or alexa by simply saying play. Baron podcast again. Thank you for sharing this show with everybody. You know all right. Let's strip it down and dive right it as a leader. It is incumbent upon you got on all of us to commit to continual growth furthermore as we grow. I believe that deeply important that we dig deeper into our own hearts minds of our own biopsies. We must do this in order for a mental emotional even spiritual understanding of those that we serve and potentially to the world simply put any later would assault must be human centric understanding themselves. Those they serve not often means getting comfortable being uncomfortable. So take a deep breath. Get grounded and step off the edge so that you can sit. You can consider that you. And i a swimming in a grand ocean of consciousness. But what does that mean in practical terms to you as a leader will. Let's find out exactly that. Because i'll guest on this show. Is tony nader. Dr tony neda. Nd he is a physician trained at harvard university and mit with a phd. in euroscience. His trainings is training includes internal medicine. Psychiatry neurology he is. He wasn't clinical and research fellow of neurology at massachusetts general hospital. Harvard medical school and assistant director of clinical research center at mit. He's the author of a brand new book called one unbound ocean of consciousness. Blizzard has together and helping.

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Reproductive Justice & Women in the COVID Economy

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:41 min | 6 months ago

Reproductive Justice & Women in the COVID Economy

"Monica. Thank you for being with us today. Thank you so much for having me really is honored to be on the show with you today and to being conversation about reproductive justice. So i tell us what brought you to doing reproductive. Justice work and tell us a little bit abou- calling in reproductive justice in some people call her reproductive freedom. What brings me to reproductive justice. You know To answer that question. I have to take myself back to my hometown of wingate north carolina which is in rural north carolina. Honor one of those small one. Stop light kind of towns off a two lane highway and growing up in the rural south is. It's beautiful in so many ways that also opened my eyes to a lot at a very young age growing up in my community. I went to a school where there was only abstinence only education so we were desperately trying to find ways to have conversations about our bodies and to to talk about the feelings in the urges that we were getting as we were growing into adolescence and there was no space to do that until we had to find those things on our own and to create community with each other in huddle up in spaces to try to get this information in that to me. Just didn't seem right but we were doing the best that we could in. You know the church black church was episode for me my community. It's where i learned how to organize. I learned the had a voice. I mean there's just so much to Organizing route that. I get to the black church right because it was just an important piece in my journey however it was also a space where you know. We couldn't talk about bodies. It was just not the conversation that people were trying to have but almost every young girl that was in my church in so many that were in my community outreach. That went to school with. They were having children before graduating high school. And i'm like it's obvious that we're doing it. It's obvious that you know he's a conversation that we need to have and we just weren't having them and you know i i left wingate. I went to an h. b. c. You and came out while i was in school and it was like another part of my journey of understanding my body consent intimacy all different things that come along with growing into a young adult and i still felt. There wasn't a lot of space to have these conversations and I was desperately seeking those spaces and just trying to put the pieces together for myself. And so i think it's the experiences on. Unfortunately i also dealt with sexual assault in my adolescence as well as these experiences just all came together. And i didn't know what the term was yet but i knew that these issues were important to me in. I wanted to find answers and solutions to help me into also help those folks in our community that cared about. And so when. I put that beside you know reproductive justice movement that was started by black women in nineteen ninety four. The world starts collide. Right so yeah wasserman. Twelve black women actually came together. Some of which are very active in the work today. Like loretta ross. And dr tony bond able may will thomas here in georgia. These black women came together to create a framework that was more expansive in when thinking about our reproductive lives in this country and they brought together social justice in reproductive health and rights to talk about the intersection of her lives of black women and to have an organizing frame that allowed us to really talk about the myriad of issues. Right that we deal with lear making our decisions about our reproductive lives and so this framework was developed in nineteen ninety four battles women in now it is led by women of color all across country. Today right where we are all fighting for the human rights to have the children that we want in the ways that we want to prevent pregnancies without shame and with dignity to be able to parent our children in healthy and safe environments rights. We we we can already see the intersections of our work in terms of you know making sure i were not being plagued by you know. Environmental issues are making our water. Unclean or police brutality and we think about the rising rates of maternal mortality in this country and ultimately nova's work is really about our human rights bodley autonomy to make our own decisions about our bodies therefore our lives and so that's what reproductive justice is. It's the work it's not political home. It's where i feel whole and complete and those experiences again of growing up. Is that country. Girl and unique county is what really brought me to this work. And i didn't know that there was a movement waiting for me but it was.

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"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

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"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

02:32 min | 6 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"God says i will not listen to the man who is in conflict with his wife. So that's why same keeps couples bite each other so that their prayers can't be answered money. Does anything in the church. God we didn't have all the prime meetings we what but if we don't come together based on a biblical foundation than gory. Oh god get well not benefit in so yeah. The churches in this is a bad angles upon the same. The bang. reasonable isn't going on is god's call to the church what we've focused on. What is saving the culture. Will god's smoking's on is getting right the church That's good that's good. You know when you're talking about the church being unified on biblical truths. I think that is what is so difficult right now. Is people want to be unified on political truths instead a biblical truths and so what is your encouragement to people who are in disunity with loved ones families. I mean we've seen so many families torn apart in the last four years just because of political ideologies that they might have different. What is your encouragement to them to get back and seek that unity that actually matters well the biblical mission unity is one lissa purpose. Not saying this and percents and the way you wanted when a football team unifies as because they only have one goal they got they all ever they are in their humanity submits to the color of the youthful wearing so they may have come from different backgrounds and races but they got on the same uniform in the head toward one goal. Okay are one. Goal is to advance god's kingdom as his disciples. See you know what problem it got. A lot of christian formula disciples cycle is a visible verbal representative of jesus. Christ you represent the king and his kingdom. That's why you know. I told people that are doing this political season. God doesn't ride the backs of donkeys elford kingdom independent. Okay no matter how you vote. You come out of that old as a representative of another king and another kingdom but we become more democrat christian more republican than christian rather than being kingdom as christians. And so until we develop disciples where jesus christ overrules on all issues. We will not see his invasion younger church through its leadership to the congregation to overflow inches. So good thank you for that encouragement when.

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"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

07:38 min | 6 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"Day. Subscription of newcomb and their money back guaranteed. Let me spell newcomb for you. It's n. u. c. a. l. n. So that's happy hour in u. c. a. l. dot com happy hour in u. c. a. l. dot com. How do we as chrysler's continue to seek him faithfully in these times. You know famous what we call the keyword dinner. The visible manifestation of comprehensive hulu of every area of life and the four categories within that one is personally. What am i doing personally to draw in god and to build bridges others particularly who different than me. So personally am i reaching out because you know. Even if you're not guilty of something you can improvise with the situation. And so what. Am i doing to build a bridge. Secondly of all his family how mit orienting my family with this mindset that as a family because one of the big problems in the culture today the breakdown the family even among christians they have stopped fighting for the biblical family so we got to as spammers because obama foundation of the society of civilization so as families. We've got to say. How are we going to as a family for me in my house. Move toward god and move toward others in the family of god unity and then of course church leaders are going to have to say we're gonna have to appeal to biblical unity. Which is one is appropriate. Not sameness a person's and so having a person and purpose that we all rallied toward which that purpose should be that only the worship of god but the beating of the leads of in a collective fashion and the greater the unity with greater the impact. One of the things we're doing through our national ministry. The urban alternative have this three point plan for churches to one gathered together in their community for soundless and late to to speak with one voice about a major issue in biblical framework and then three each do good works together. So they're adopting school feeding the poor or adopting police station. Ray being volleying between policing communities. So you do that together. Over the church is now on the forefront so light philip of while the king agenda is the culture and community and that's where the influence of the church it's become so dominant in the community. One of the great transportation culture was the civil rights movement and the civil rights movement was drew by the church against just laws and because people came together in god's name to address evil. The culture responded because the church let this is a righteous injust movement to call the church. Thought maybe not fourteen cents. His throne comes righteousness and justice. So that's the whom it will need today led by the church to embrace You know dr evans says you're speaking that and you said earlier this is just come to the surface and i appreciate you saying that because it is a reminder to us that things didn't just get bad in two thousand and twenty but they have been bubbling up under the surface for a while. You talking about the church being the movement and making you know pushing forward. God's agenda for the church for the people i wanna ask you this i think right now. A lotta people are confusing the church moving and then people claiming to be of jesus and trying to move things that do not align with the gospel. Can you speak to that a little bit about how we as the church need to kind of hold things accountable and push forward with the right agenda versus our own agenda attaching jesus to it. Jason is a well-worn name and everybody wants to use him to give validity to what they are going to be. Jesus it has to be biblically. Sanctioned it has to be been leakers authorized. you can never leave the bible and still unwilling to choose a jew inextricably tied together living word with the written word so it must be bounded on the word of god in order for it to germany including the name of jesus and a lot of these things. People are talking about today even a lot of christian leaders. you know. we've got talk about not only good policy with good character and you got one carry got insights policy when god says both are to reflect his name so a we need a comprehensible what we call a kingdom approach to this and not just a positive approach christians calmest thomasson as politicians are because we have our own bed issues. We want to deal with rather than this overarching umbrella of the kingdom of god which is what revival is all about it. We're going to see god invade us to us and through us to make a statement to moral as desperately amoeba governance. A guy you know. I don't wanna put words in your mouth dr evans. I would never do that. But with the conversation you just had and what we said earlier about god bringing things to the surface to shake things up. Would you say that. Or i don't want to make you say anything. You don't wanna say okay. I would say i would say hebrews twelve verses Twenty five twenty eight. It says do not dismiss him who is speaking and then it uses the word shape. Whenever god disturbs the natural order of things to the degree that he disturbs the he has taught so right now. He is screaming because he had shaken the natural order of things worldwide by allowing a virus by allowing these complex so he is actually talking and he says it goes on to say don't dismiss them don't just say it's politics economics or medical. No it's him talking and he said when he is speaking burst twentieth says what he is trying to do is bring your attention back to hammered says and he's unshakable kingdom so he's trying to now take us to another level of interaction with itself and with one another so you're absolutely right. He is shaking stuff up because he's trying to do something different. And if we go along with business as usual we will miss. His voice is like apparent correcting job. I tried to spank your first time. You didn't get the message so we'll have to come back again. He's won't be a little bit odd and is saying i've been talking too long but john have been listening so i'm ashamed this thing a little bit more and see if i can get your undivided attention. I am not to be one among many cheek by washing here. I'm in charge. So i need you to appeal to meet every area and so that's what i'm promoting investment video as we try to god it's up to because he's you it makes me think of those four things that you talked about with what you're doing and one of the things was the church you know doing a mission together. Adopting a school. Adopting a police station. You know those things to me. That feels like what our country for sure is needing is to see the church to be the church instead of this kind of like screaming Political side agenda and they need to see the church. Step up to be the church. Would you say that would be something. That is missing right now. In the midst of all of this chaos. Oh absolutely a divided. Church will absolutely contributes to the divided culture. Seven john seventeen. That may be one as we all want sits on the interested he says ensure twenty four that they may see my lord so unity biblical unity brings in his manifestation is visible demonstration. This unity keeps him away. 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"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"U-turns is subtitled university. The consequences in your life most people have consequences either for their sim. The sin of somebody else that affected them all the contaminated environment in which we live and that sends us order road of negative repercussions. And so you turns like on the highway. When you're going the wrong way you have to exit crossover. The ram get back on the on ramp. We come back the other way to get home so what we tried to shore. It's how god give us u-turn various situations in our last. We're suffering the repercussions of those situations. And god is able to get ables our crooked stick so we want to show that all hope is not lost. No matter how bad it's been a long has been deepest. Go on god is in the equation. It's still redeemable. It's so good because so many times we look our lives and i've said it. I'm sure you've said it. Everyone says. I wish i could go back and redo whatever it is you know. We wished we could have the ability to go back and alter the choices that we made. But that's obviously not true. No one can do that but there is hope that you're saying that we can change. Those consequences changed the path on the way. Hope right now you know. It's the thing that i think everyone's trying to grasp onto. Where's the hope in the day today. And you know i think a lot of people in the church are looking and saying. Hey where's the hope that we have right now. What is your conversations that you're having with church leaders about. How do we lead our churches and congregations well in the midst of so much uncertainty. Maybe even you know congregants having the exact thing you're talking about of wishing that could change things. How are you talking with church leaders about how we can offer hope to our people focus on chronicles fifteen ursus three to six instead of notre god not prisoner walk and it says it was conflict everywhere and they were six says for god troll them with every kind of stress. You say the devil trouble because but it says god trouble and then burst forces in their distress. They saw the lordy. Let him find so often. Allow conundrums distresses biblical teams to us to pursue here at a higher level. Not because he's trying to hurt us although it does hurt but he strange takers to a new place. Burr team or bad says when they saw him at the level. He gave them rest. So everybody's looking for rest looking for whole pastors and leaders particularly passing need to drive kara gatien's to a deeper spiritual level people praying and level. They'd never prayed before. Many people are seeking spiritual direction level. It before because dr been marginalized whatever does martin lago family church. A nation disturbance is going to come because this there's this gap in nature was vacuum. It's still by the wrong bench. So so i tell people there is hope but the hope comes from the whole giver. Not just for your desire to have it at certain times. A person and not merely a solution will program. Yeah doctor has been passer for over forty years. I think you've been at the head pastor at oak cliff fellowship and seen a lot of ministry a lot of days a lot of the world and what we're seeing right now in twenty twenty and twenty twenty one is this. Maybe one of the most difficult times you've seen within the church. I don't mean like the world church because let me just tell you. My husband came home from staff meeting the other day. Told me about all the people that have gotten saved through our missionaries around the world. And i just need to everyone. No the church is alive and well and doing great and people are following him. His name will be known everywhere. But i start to feel as though right now there's a lot of dissension within the church here in america. Would you say this is one of the most times you've seen that in your years of ministry cultural surface. It's been very different levels. But this situation has brought service and i believe that's one of the dominant rebel for what we going through. The belly of the church has contributed rating to the chaos in the culture. And god's not will skip the churchouse the bits the white house so why everybody looking at politics and all that kind of stuff. No god saying. Look if if i can get right back god says in our what is it. You're a great. You've let your king who's get too close road. You got one of the church. That's climate for the democrats another auditor as climbing for the republicans and god and saying y'all got the people to close. There's only one team up in here up in here and it. So let's get the church. Focus off spiritual priority of their god and been great calm to culture. You save that. i'm like yes. Yes yes amen amen but it also feels so difficult right now and so if it feels so difficult how do we as followers of jesus. How do we push forward in this. How do we keep following him. How do we keep making his name known in the midst of like you said you know. God's not going to skip the church house to fix the white house was that might be my favorite quote i've ever heard on the happy hour dr evans building. Your wardrobe is a continuous journey. I finding what makes you feel the most you.

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"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

08:16 min | 6 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"And i just want to say that some of you might have a lot of feelings about today. Some of you are very very excited and some of you are very very sorrowful and nervous. And i wanna let you know that. Dr evans conversation that i have with him today could not come on a better day than today. There you go. That's who have here on the show today. Dr tony evans is here. And i highly respect dr evans. I'm a fan of his work. And he has a loyal devoted follower of jesus christ and a leader in the church today that we can all look to for guidance and help in confidence in these hard seasons and today we have conversations about just that hard seasons we talk about his new book u-turns which you can get it's out now. A highly recommend recommended grey book. U-turns is the third book in a series of books. That dr evans has written the first one was detours and pathways. And this book shows people who are facing negative circumstances and consequences for passan's how god can take messes and turn them into miracles. And i'm telling you that's what we all need right now is when he got to take our screw ups and turn them into miracles. Dr evans and i also talked today about church. And the way that the church can stand up and be the church right now. In the midst of such divided season in our country politically racially culturally at even within the church this episode is fire and i mean that in the absolute best way is that most of the time i was just wishing that i could just stop talking to him and take all the notes and so you're gonna wanna take all the notes as well. I want to remind you that. If there's anything that dr evans and i talk about that you're interested in we always put links up for you on our show notes. You can find those by going to jamie. I dot com slash h 357. That stands for happy hour number three fifty seven. Which is dr evans episode today. Guys if you're like me and you're just thinking politics has been so difficult in the last year. I don't know if you were able to catch our series that we did back in october called faith and politics. We wanted to have a conversation where you could listen to myself interview and other person how do we persevere in this hard season with politics as followers of jesus on october twelfth we had catherine freeman and scott. Sauls join me and then again on. October nineteenth amy wolf and eugene show. Joined me if you're interested in listening to those. I highly recommend you. Go back. And find them in the archives again. They both released back in october. Guys today shows a good one. It is a really really really good wide. So sit back. Relax and enjoy my conversation with dr. Tony evans dr evans. Welcome to the happy hour with. You're looking forward to. I'm going down. The list of evans family members on the show i've had your daughter's crystalline priscilla. Jonathan pitts. I've had winter pits. I've had alina pits. And now. I'm very excited to welcome dr evans to the show. Today as we talk about lots of things that we can talk about within our church and within how you have a new book to help us really battle so many things that we might be experiencing right now with anxiety and pressures and decisions that we've made and wanting to really take back our life and follow. Jesus that way dr evans. I was just one of my favorite things. I've ever seen you do and it might not have been the favorite thing you've ever done but it was the conversation that you had with your children the night after my friend and your niece winter pits pass away and you said something that i have never ever ever forgotten and i would like to tell you what it was. One of your sons asked you. How do we find the goodness of god in this moment and i think that a lot of people right now are struggling with that of how do we find the goodness of god. We've had cove ed. We've had political unrest racial all kinds of things and you said this and i've never forgotten it. You said because. I believe what i preach. I believe in the sovereignty of god and i believe in the goodness of god. And you've been a leader in the church for years and years and years and years and you've walked through tragedy. How do you still stand on that. Goodness of god in the midst of so much difficult seasons in your personal life and in the life that we're all living right now the greatest truth but we can learn is about the sovereignty of god god rules or walls and that nothing happens to us that does not pass his fingers. I so once you understand that one. He controls everything either by causing allowing it. And then he providential manages everything toward its ultimate outcome then we are to now place our confidence in his ability to pull off righteous good purposes even in the midst of pain once that becomes your worldview not just a momentary feeling but the way you operate the way you view life then you assume certain things you will so that the all things are working together for good to love god and a call according to his purpose so the best way to be able to deal with the struggles pay the light and culture and everything else is to understand that god is in charge of it all and we you know that even though you may know it in pain and tears and struggle and doubt in all of those things that come with it because you know who he gears his character it enables you keep going even when you get up and go feels it's got go like it's gotten up and gone. It reminds me of the scripture. Where jesus talking about man who built his house on the rock and then the man who built his house on the san you know those storms are gonna come the same storms hit everybody. You know. nobody's immune to storms. But it's that foundation. And i think right now a lot of people are wondering where their foundation stands and so i guess i want to ask you someone who might be going through difficult time because of loss or cove it or a loss of or politics or race or fill in the blank whatever it might be. How do you encourage them to build on that foundation. Because i think that's what it is for me is like i can't choose to try to believe that in the midst of suffering. I gotta have that before as well. The very first thing you must do is understand some when you were going through with. The bible calls trials whatever level personal family church cultural. You have to know. God always once in the midst of that and coming out of that for us to draw nearer to him so trouser always an invitation. They on invitation to close the gap a distance because the always uses them to take us to the next spiritual level. So you know that that is the goal because you know we quote almost two thousand eight hundred eighty eight but often don't verse twenty nine would says that he does these things in order to conform to cry so there is a spiritual purpose to my life's situations who invite god into purpose obviously to have that philosophy before they have foundation because it's hard picks foundation install right own work so having one already but then to begin asked dot. This hurts this painful. This is trump difficulty. But i am willing to be transported by your son. Threw it bay statement condemning. Operate with your feelings. Oh feelings are so difficult. sometimes. Because i can say i want to be transformed but yet i'm feeling such heartache or such anger or such bitterness or such anxiety and it is a step of faith to say in the midst of those feelings got i want you to transform me. Warm feelings is that they have no feelings come ago but they don't think what happens is out thoughts of back keywords. So when we drive our thoughts god word then. It allows our feelings to catch up. Our feelings are not be indebted caboose and whenever you look at scripture then you will always be on roller coaster. Motion always on a roller coaster. Your newest book that just released a couple of weeks ago in early january is called u-turns and it's a third and a series that you've walked through. So can you tell us a little bit about this new book that you have while the person was detoured where we look at the life of joseph visit showed how god does twist and turns to get us to will then it was a pathway. We're looking story of esther. And so how. God providential uses the microscopic things in order to accomplish his purposes and then biscuit.

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"dr tony" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

08:40 min | 7 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"When we pray this week when we're really praying with love for president trump and president elect biden. I i i am encouraging our friends on the side to pray for both men and their families by name. How would you direct us to pray for each of them as one is. Transitioning out in one is transitioning in. I think you just taught us any you. Pray for both. I think that's the biggest hurdle that most american christians have to get over. It said the nearly half of american christians did an utter a single prayer on behalf of president obama and and another half american. Christians didn't offer a single prayer on behalf of president trump. Did for the other guy. And i think we need to grow past that leslie become disciples of western american politics Where you know. Tucker carlson or chris cuomo our profits. In trump and biden trump or biden is jesus and you know the republican or the democratic platform. Our theology are dr are dogma. I think we're missing out on. So much of what jesus came to offer is out of this world. It's better than it's higher than its supreme to an over and it never ends. He never stops being king. I can't be the throne. There's no transfer of power with him. And so i think just apprai- With the fact in mind that there is one true king over all of this And earthly kings in some respects are of consequence in other respects are of no consequence in terms of being able to usurp what she's doing the world while one one other thing on that that i'll mention i'm really passionate about about christians. Coming together across their political differences. Underpriced two disciples who were chosen. Among its wealth simon was a zealot. Matthew was a tax collector. Matthew collected taxes for the state of rhode Which was why. Jewish people couldn't stand tax collectors because tax collectors forced jewish people to give their taxes to system that oppress them in roman. Matthew was one of them any was also jewish and then there were simon Who was more like a libertarian. The less government the better the less taxes the better. Jesus chose both of those guys to be in the twelve. We have no record of those two guys. Getting in a fight or debate or discussion over the course of three. Your son mean it never happened but we have other other episodes of disciples bickering with each other. We don't have a single episode of I'm going after each other and you think that if two cycles we're going to go after each other it would be them. They never did it instead. They live together. They ministered together. They served together. They prayed together. They worshiped together. They died together. And there's one gospel writer out of the four The that took pains to recognize the fact that matthew was a tax collector in simon was a zealot and it was matthew so pray with matthew in mind. Matthew is thinking especially its political opposite end including him in this narrative that he wrote that has since changed the world. Pray whatever it means to pray with those things in mind that jesus bigger than partisan politics If he's not you've got a very small god in your rendering unto. Caesar what belongs to god and we've been warned about that and good faithful citizen the veteran you know. Cs lewis said that the citizens of the heavenly kingdom are gonna make the best citizens of the earthly kingdom. You don't have to choose one or the other but if you prioritize the earthly kingdom you're going to be a crappy citizen of heaven but in a crappy citizen verse but if you prioritize citizen that your citizenship in heaven you're going to be a great citizen of heaven. Integrate citizen honors right. Because what's the call disciple jesus to love and serve our friends and our enemies people who think like we do we do and people who don't And so Pray in that direction. I suppose and some really great psalms to why do the nations raging. Why do they plot and scheme i think can some. Is there any group. That has been divided by politics. Like christians have lately. I just don't know that there's another group. That's gotten cut up like christians have. That's discouraging it. I think you're right. It's discouraging in one respect because christians are supposed to love one another right share. It's encouraging in that. It says something about christianity. About jesus that there's room for all types in the family of god and right that he's not confined to a single nation or to a single economic strata or to a single skin color or to a single language or even to a single political platform. He's not confined by those things so wildly inclusive that he brings together people from every nation tribe and tongue. So there's there's some good news that goes with that bat you show me another unified group in the world and i would venture to guess. It's not a very diverse group. That makes me feel so much better here right. So we were paying for our diversity With attention that we have you know that's just kind of the price that you pay for for real diversity and you know if we could only unify around the one thing that we're sure of and that's christ. Okay scott the other thing. I want you to tell us is. Tell us about a gentle answer. Because you're the reason you're the pastor. I call today is is your book. A gentle answer is such a great lead for right now even in these times. Thanks anne will. It's it's it's based largely on proverbs. Fifteen one that says a gentle answer turns away wrath and As i was telling you offline. I i'm not extremely happy about all the reasons why it's become as timely as it is of the subtitle. Is our secret weapon in an age of us against them and the gentle answer. Is that secret weapon. Secret weapon in in parentheses The desire is to help move the needle. In whatever way that that that i can for my corner of the world to help christians especially assuming different posture in the world in the one that we're seeing And let that be part of our witness Jesus said let your light shine before men. And i can't think of a better light than the fruit of gentleness glaciers five says the fruit of the spirit is gentleness jesus says i am gentle and humble in heart and i think what what a great season of opportunity to witness who the person and work of jesus christ you know is all about and that's the purpose of of that that particular particular project. Thanks for draw attention to of course. Yeah and scott. That's important because people that is the way that is the way of love is to be gentle and how we answer each other. So i would love if you wouldn't mind. Would you end for spy. Just praying for our country and praying for us as citizens are that we have a lot of friends. Listening to don't live in america but they're not surprised at this week. We're talking about american. But would you mind just closing us with prior to father in heaven. We thank you for sending jesus and Giving him the title of king. And i thank you jesus for the kind of king that you were You are the king Where when you enter the room or a situation or a city The things that you touched were not destroyed but healed Your hands are healing hands as as tolkien once wrote. And that's how we know that you're in the vicinity when healing takes place the individual hearts and spirits and souls You heal communities. That are fractured You he'll People vocationally and you. He'll entire tire. Cultures lured when you are at work Through your people and Lord i thank you For what we were just talking about..

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"dr tony" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

03:15 min | 7 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Today is a two-parter. We are going to start with a pastor and leader. I have long-respected wealth. They both are. But we're starting today with dr tony evans. Guys are not even ready for this. He has a new book. That's just come out called u-turns were versing the consequences in your life. So to start inauguration week to start a big week in our lives and for us citizens and our country. Here is my conversation with dr. tony. Evan dr evan. Thank you so much for making time for this this morning. Thank you for having me a delight to be with you. listen i've already had priscilla and crystals. So i'm just working my way through. The family are moore. I'm so grateful for it. Listen let me start by telling you a lot of our friends. Listen to know that. I last year for twelve. Every month i read through the gospels. I looped the gospels every month and one of the months. I did it with your study bible and it is. It's amazing we talk about how you put that together. How to even start making your own bible over tenure process of study and teaching and reviewing and It's as a compilation and we tried to make a twenty percent through the qr codes and and a lot of the ancillary materials to support it so it was a daunting task. And i can say this is the only one try to do that. Once in a lifetime check got one of the things that feels like such an honor getting to speak to you today as you've been faithful in your walk with god for decades and being able to know scripture well enough to spend ten years writing a concordance study bible. Can you talk to us those of us that are thirties and forties. Like what does it look like. What should we do right now to be faithful to the gospel for the next thirty years of our lives are fifty years of our lives. Well i think first of all which is a great attention. Today is not allowing the world around us to define us but we to allow the word of god to be the basis of how we define ourselves and our world in which we live to in reminded before we culturally minded. Alao ev the kingdom of god to speak into a cultural adaptation. So if the word of god can be the final of decisions and our pleasing god to be the driving force of the asians. Then we're being kingdom minded even at the second culture. What does your daily reading of the bible look like. Well like right now. I'm working my way through the prophet. So i'll read a few chapters in one of the prophets in our region. Come terry and sometimes the.

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"dr tony" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:14 min | 8 months ago

"dr tony" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On the front lines against the pandemic. Text more than 100. Million Americans who live with pre existing conditions, which will increase now, including those with lung scarring and heart damage is the consequence of covert 19. Provides coverage for more than 20 million Americans. Get the care they need. If they're showing symptoms of covert 19. Law that fulfills our moral obligation here in America. Healthcare is a right for all, not a privilege for a few. It is all of, you know. No, that out of our collective pain. We're gonna find collective purpose to control the pandemic to save lives and the hell as a nation. Today. I'm pleased to announce the team and was going to do just that. The team of world class experts at the top of their field crisis tested defined by a deep sense of duty, honor and patriotism. Already. Ready to jump in. They've been advising me many in for a long time. They're gonna be ready on day one. Despair, not a single effort. Get this pandemic under control, so we get back to work. Get back to our lives. Get back to our loved ones. Lead the covert 19 response across the government to accelerate testing. Fixed our supply chain and distribute the vaccine. Working my economic team. Because controlling the pandemic. Delivering better healthcare and reviving the economy. Go hand in hand. Work with my foreign policy and national security team because we can only beat the virus here at home. It must be bean everywhere comes back the holders again. Today. I'm announcing That in consultation with Dr Tony Fauci We developed the first three objectives. The new initiative that I'm asking this team to complete. Once I'm sworn in our 1st 100 days in office. My 1st 100 days will end the covert 19 virus. I can't promise that But What? We did not get into this mess quickly. We're not going to get out of it quick. That's gonna take some time. But I'm absolutely convinced that in 100 days we can change the course of the disease. Changed life in America for the better. First 1st 100 days is going to require. I'm gonna ask for a masking plan. Everyone for the 1st 100 days of my administration to wear a mask. We'll start with my sign in order on day one to require mask where I can under the law like federal buildings, interstate travel on planes, trains and Busses. Lost to be working with the governors and mayors to do the same instead of states and their cities. Going to require mask wherever possible. But this goes beyond government action. So as a new president. I'm going to speak directly to the American people. Say what I'm saying..

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The Philippines Becomes Coronavirus Hot Spot In Southeast Asia

All Things Considered

03:46 min | 1 year ago

The Philippines Becomes Coronavirus Hot Spot In Southeast Asia

"Philippines has over taken in Tunisia as Southeast Asia's Corona virus hot spot even though Indonesia has twice as many people. The Philippines now has more than 136,000 confirmed cases of covert 19 and critics say no coherent strategy for defeating the virus, Michael Sullivan reports. Like other countries in the region, South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam, For example, the Philippines recorded its first covert case back in January. Those neighbors acted swiftly. They started locking down when they had a few 100 cases and the timeliness of the response was key to the success of Vietnam, Korea and Taiwan University of the Philippines. Covert researcher Ranjeet Rai. They decided to do something significant when they only had relatively few cases, and they were successful with racing and with the isolation very different from the Philippines, where we already had a case in January, and we decided not to do anything about it until March, and it wasn't just the Philippines lock down. That was late health workers say, Dr Tony Luchon. Is a former advisor to the government's covert task force. They started Lee with the AH building up of the health system capacities in terms of testing isolation. And quantum tracing. We wasted so much time about two months instead of trying to build up our infrastructure's adequate testing and contact tracing are still a huge problem, but the lock down that went into effect in March 1 of the longest and most severe in Southeast Asia. Did help reduce the number of new cases until it was lifted in June, when cases started to skyrocket. Over the weekend, the country's medical front liners issued an urgent virtual plea to President Rodrigo did to reimpose the lock down to allow them to regroup. Medical Association president Dr Jose Santiago Jr. Our health care system has bean overlong our head workers are burned out would seemingly endless number of patients trooping to our hospitals for emergency care and ambition. We're waging a losing battle against carbon 19 President Duterte. His initial response was less than empathetic, accusing the health workers of inciting a revolution against his government. You will give me the free ticket. The state's a counterrevolution. How I wish you would do it. The next day, he retreated and ordered a new 15 day locked down. But it's not a stringent is the first public transportation has been stopped. But businesses and retail outlets Khun operated half capacity in an effort to both halt the spread of the virus and allow some economic activity in the country that's now slipped into recession. But critics say this 15 day locked down light won't stop the spread of the virus. If it goes only 15 days, it will start increasing again. And the problem is that our health Care is now a full capacity. We have two cities in Metro Manila, which are at 100% occupancy. So that's a real problem. That's University of the Philippines. Professor Ghetto divvied who's been modelling the spread of the virus, along with his colleague, grungy dry. If we don't manage this this month, we don't take the opportunity to extend the music. You That small window opening lives and livelihoods would suffer at the disruption will become greater and my sense if we prematurely opened, it could be catastrophic for us. But he acknowledges extending the log down will be a tough sell for both the politically powerful business community and the everyday Filipino who's going to suffer because of these extended lockdowns. For NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan in Ching, right?

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How to Become a Change Agent in Your Health System with Tony Manuel

Outcomes Rocket

04:55 min | 1 year ago

How to Become a Change Agent in Your Health System with Tony Manuel

"Welcome back to the outcomes, rockets, Sal Marquez is here today I have the privilege of hosting Dr Tony Manual Dr Tony. Manual is a practicing anesthesiologist and Austin Texas. He's a partner with the United States anesthesia partners central Texas and has been in practice since two thousand two. He's an assistant professor. In the Department of surgery and Peri, operative care at Bell Medical School Dr Manual received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt attended the University of Texas Health Science Center for medical. School, completed his residency in anesthesia at the University of North Carolina or Or. He was recognized as the outstanding resident and fellow cardiovascular anesthesia at Duke, university in two thousand seventeen. He received his masters in medical management degree from Carnegie Mellon University and today he's playing. Multiple Roles as as he has in in his career and today we're going to be talking about physician innovation, and in particular how physicians can evolve their career to be greater contributors beyond the point of care and so. I WanNa thank you Tony for joining me today to have this very interesting discussion with you saw thanks so much great. Great to be owner podcasts, and I WANNA. Thank you for actually doing this podcast. Because for a lot of people like myself, it's been a great conduit to learn about what other people are doing, and what best practices that are out there, and it's an alternative to sort of the Journal Review articles that we have historically read and I've actually looked up several companies that you've had on and engaged with them. Really appreciate what you're doing I. Love that man now. That's great. I'm glad to hear that you've done that. That's the intention. Intention and so I appreciate you for doing that, so you know we are having a discussion. Folks Tony and I connected and said you know what the role of the physician is changing, and and so what I wanNA. Do today is just highlight how that's changing through the life of Dr Manual here and so you know I love for you Tony at to just kind of walk us through some of the work that you're doing and how it's changed from just practicing to actually doing more You know as we engage this. You know three five trillion dollar industry that call healthcare. Yeah, it's it's been an interesting journey for me and you know have to credit one of my anesthesia attending when I was in residency, his name's Dave mayor said Gimme, grapevine goes Tony You have to continually strives to maximize your career and Let's see well. What does that mean well? You definitely want to start trying to be the best clinician you can be once. You achieve that you should really look at you. Know becoming really strong in other areas, and I always took that to heart in so I think back to when I first started here in Austin I became the division chief of cardiovascular. Cardiovascular Anesthesia Rochester, saying I helped create division of cardiovascular. Because at that time we were Basically, everybody was doing it, and I fell coming out of myself. This'll be really better if we limited number of people at work in that space and you know put together some protocols and got the team together, and we saw some really good outcomes from that work and I fast forward to what I'm doing today, and that work has changed so much partly because I think every clinician you have to get educated, and I use a rudimentary tools back then, but in after getting that masters degree from Carnegie Mellon I really developed at toolkit that allows me to take on. On much more complex problems that we face and healthcare today. Yeah, that's so interesting, and so you have that entrepreneurial bug from the beginning right so you kind of re retooled the way that you guys approached cardiovascular anesthesia and I'm sure with with much improvements and outcomes, but then you've taken other steps to. You've been involved in startups, and now you're doing different roles. Can you talk to us a little bit more about that? Yeah I worked my way of the medical staff leadership and ultimately became the president of medical staffing while that was a great experience after I graduated with my master's degree. The entrepreneur apart really was intriguing to me. In more important is the. The interface between the clinicians in technology and so The startup is called Dynamic Lights based here in Austin, and it's actually technology out of the University of Texas and They had great idea concept. Basically, it's how to noninvasive map blood flow during Sri will hand you an aneurysm surgery and uses what's called speckled laser technology and I was like honestly Craig. It's continuous. It's noninvasive, but they never really thought about the interaction. How you get it. It's dockers hands. How do you test it? And that was sort of my strength and so I, said well. Let's work together and figure this out and to date. You know we've incorporated. We're FDA approved, and we're. Ducking clinical trial and we're looking to partner with a couple of larger health tech firms,

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"dr tony" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"But the other two styles are the the so the director in the relator are sort of a combination of both. So these Kim Be both introvert and extrovert vert particularly when they are selling. The! the S.'s again. leaders can be both introvert, extrovert extrovert, because of their love of people in the communication with people and. Introvert in that they're. They're certainly not as outgoing as a social eiser They don't like to be the center of attention. the even get embarrassed when. They're. Let's say they're winning a war in their called up or call out the in a positive way. They kind of blush are shocks, you know. It wasn't much so yeah when they call it a call it a amber vert, so an e. m., a. m. Bi ambivert, would be the DS and the as is an extrovert. The is an introvert the C.'s. Interesting Tony I really appreciate you chatting with me today. I learned a lot in the show notes. We're GONNA. Put all your websites and social media links any last words before we part company. Omar you know were a right now in this may date this podcast, but we'll be does were raided the middle of this corona virus issue and I know a lot of people are suffering. A lot of people are stressed and concern and whenever I go through any kind of challenge. in my life, I always keep saying to myself. This, too shall pass and in today's environment as bad as it looks or as bad as it might get. Just remember this too, shall pass. Tony Thank you so much for that I. Really enjoyed our conversation, and I can't wait till our next. Okay, Thanks.

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"dr tony" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"Suicide, start off with. Why is this important for you to pay attention and you get those dis coming on board just like you said. And then the what people are the people that are concerned about the process you know. How does this work? Give me the steps of doing this? which isn't quite socializers. The process people get happy that. Then! Me and possibly you, the people that are like shut up already me and I just let me play with it and the experiential kind of learners in the last thing they had in their system where the people that asked the. What if questions like would this disc profile work? If we were in Australia and you're wondering what's why are you asking that? So unlike when different things Kinda lineup it just lets, you know that. Disagree Greater Truth working here and it just makes me feel more comfortable. Absolutely, So it's it's very similar. Were adjusting our presentation based on the audience You I. Know One of your previous. podcasts was with Jim, Cathcart and yes brilliant Guy Yeah Jim Cathcart and I we we. Co authored many products over the years. One was called relationship strategies. and. That's really what it's all about. It's you know this whole concept of. Of Adjusting our style. And our communication. To connect with other people simple as that know that old saying winning wrong, do as the Romans. Platinum rule is it's you know hey, depending on who you're talking to. If you really want to connect, connect at their level, not necessarily yours and Tony I couldn't agree more because I think a lot of. In the general public, sometimes that seen as you're trying to manipulate, but the know what we're trying to do is to communicate in a way that allows the other person to understand it in the most easiest way possible. You're honoring someone by taking the time to do this. Yes, let me let me address that issue manipulation because it does come up every so often. I believe that Nick. There's negative manipulation. Naggus Latian is where I am trying to control your behavior. Preferably for my benefit and positive manipulation is I'm changing my behavior to benefit the relationship to lower interpersonal tension to communicate more effectively. I'm not trying to change you. I'm changing me a good example of that Omar is. Let's say somebody is a a heavy smoker, yes. And they're, they're going on a sales presentation and they did their homework advance realize the person they're calling on has never smoked in their life so when they go in for that presentation for however long it lasts. The person is not going to smoke. The person is not even going to ask. Do you mind if I smoke? They will. Adapt their behavior so as to make the other person feel more comfortable with the relationship now. Do you call that manipulation? Billeting myself, but not manipulating you. I Agree Tony. It's a I believe that is one hundred percent, my responsibility to make sure I connect with Tony and if Tony happened to be doing the same thing, we have this amazing compensation that might last an hour, but feel like ten minutes because it was just flowing so well and for the listeners out there when you use these techniques that Tony is talking about one of the things. Things you can notice is when you're talking with someone in their language..

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"dr tony" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"These buying types within a company, and what about whom are if you are selling to a group of people at one time? Will you have mixed? Personalities in that room. Yes, we know now, what do you do? You you, what you do by way is a lecture, so we had all four styles in that room. You're presenting to a big group of people. And you need to understand who whose interest you will lose first, and that is the E., the Yes salmon and style director. So you really, and then who would you you lose second? Probably the is style. The socializers third possibly the the C. Style, which is the thinker in an last the style so basically. You WanNa go in and. Basically say even that old saying. Speakers are taught this. Tell them what you're gonNa tell them tell them and tell them what you told him. So yes, the the overview, the pre mutation, the summary, so basically you go in if you have a group of people and basically say, here's the bottom line issue of what we're GONNA cover today. Here's what makes it unique and different and exciting. Notice on getting now. I'm getting the urge. ALIZER Here's the step by step process. We will take today the agenda so to speak now I got the see in their the the thinker and here's how it affects. The people within the company and your customers now I grabbed the s the relator. Then I go through that same thing. Here's the bottomline benefits you know in my presentation and in go through the whole presentation in that order summarize it in that order, and that's it now I. Got Everybody I love it then. She makes a lot of sense and it kind of maps over to some other systems that I've seen for teaching heavy ever come across system called format. I have not know what is it? There's certain people. My wife used to be a person like this bottom line it for me Kinda Kinda Gal..

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"dr tony" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"You. Are you ready to become awesome our hello everyone. This is you meet your host and welcome to the no limit selling podcast where industry leaders shared their tips, strategies and advice on how to make you better stronger faster. Get ready for another episode. Hello everyone. Privileged to have Dr Tony Allesandro with me today Tony. Welcome to the program. Thank you mark to be here. When it first came across your work, it was when you were. Playing with the platinum rule and one things I loved about that assessment that he created for the platinum rule was it was so intuitive for people to understand? It must have been like ten years ago. I can still remember. It was like the director socializers related thinker. And that was made it so easy to comprehend that assessment told me about creating that. I know you've moved onto disk now. We'll go into that a little later. So I actually put that assessment. The button rule assessment online in nineteen, ninety six. Four years I had it as a free assessment so that I was hoping people would buying my plant rule book, which also came out in ninety six off brilliant, and then in two thousand. After great success. In hundreds of thousands of people taking the free assessment. I figured. Hey, this is a business. That I should pursue in I.

"dr tony" Discussed on The Urban Astronomer Podcast

The Urban Astronomer Podcast

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The Urban Astronomer Podcast

"The you know what we hear about the twenty first century skills and Eliza but we do need to rethink education. I mean even the. It's very difficult to do that. If you try and really completely transformed for example why do we have school holidays like they are Amino it comes from an old agricultural time when people were needed in the fields? And that sort of stuff. And nobody's really. I think some people have some countries probably tried it but we probably should actually overhaul it totally. But it's that's too big and scary for government really to do the fact that we can look at knowledge on phones if we have smartphones but certainly on tablets and the in computers so quickly and easily in most situations now means that we don't need to be cramming heads with facts. We should be you know this thing of. We should be teaching critical skills because they need to be able to look at those. The stuff that is churned out on social media is correct and they need to critically appraise it in decide what's correct and what's not and take take the correct sides of things but we can't we. I didn't think most societies are very good at an idea. I haven't looked at other countries. Curricula carefully enough but they really should be moving away from the having very large of facts that everybody just has to know. By the time they leave school they should know how to find that information out I mean when I was young tickly wanted stuff some stuff. It was very difficult to find out you go to encyclopedias and Elizabeth so things. But you'd but now you can actually find stuff out extremely easily so There should be a rethink I. What should education before four in the end for the for the betterment of society? But how you get there. I don't know in a way too big a question for me to be at once right now. I mean there has to be an. I'm speaking against my own instincts yet. But are recognize intellectually. There has to be a place for making people productive society giving job so they can feed themselves specially walls say especially in South Africa but on civilian jobs available that need an education. Then maybe that's not the focus should be on the WHO interpret newish favorite topic but again. I don't know that something you can teach given that. Most businesses fail within a year or two. Do you want you type population Being being the exception as a failed business and if you could know in advance that's this is the formula to make it work because nobody knows that many people think of it's all the people who succeeded but were they just lucky was they could not agree on a formula was so okay but then on a general topic speaking putting information out there being able to find your own information and something. I see you also worked on is Studying Science communication which is also related but peripheral to form location. Why don't have a form minute question? What what do you feel about that? I mean we enough of it. Is it being done wrong? Or Rights I think science communication is important It's not just. The one wants to catch children at school to know about the sciences but for adults to interact effectively in society so much science-based certainly taken science and technology based the should have at least some understanding of of Of how things work so I think. Science communication is important that we should be able to provide for awful at else to learn more about the world and a lot of that would be through signs. I'm what I've found is quite a big overlap between good science communication. Where you're getting people engaged doing stuff such as the citizen science stuff interested and an school school science learning about things. There's quite a big overlap. Because some of the some of the methods you use in one can be used in the upper so as well as working in particularly in science education advice where we were teaching future teachers and in service teachers to be able to teach their own sense better. We also trying to get people interested in science for its own sake we would do. In case astronomy do Events to to encourage people to come and look at the night sky right in the middle of Johannesburg on the top of the building that I I told him. Awesome telescopes in a An observatory that was built. I suspect sometime in the nineteen eighties. Telescopes still rather all working. We had one fixed up and we used to run Astronomy evenings three times a year carefully selected to get evening planets rising or setting and we got quite a we publicize it throughout the university. We wasn't mainly for. The students are awesome but it was also a student who had nothing to do with the teaching of science. They want to come and just see what involved but also staff stuff families and those sorts of things. We can only cope with smallish numbers so we were never wanting hundreds we were in the tens of people coming and I would have A better amateur strong me sharing stuff on through the telescopes and then I would describe the night sky. Point point things and explain what's going on and all that sort of stuff. Is there anything that you think people should know about so that you'd like to tell people's attention to minor touch? I must admit them slightly out of the field at the moment because the last three years have been working in a in a project based environment. That's not strong Mitch. Hard even to do science education just education generally science and slightly out of touch in that respect the so I don't think particularly to to to discuss their I suppose there's one area of interest and that is quite a lot of Polls now there's been a lot of high profoundly S K which is you said earlier around. It's really around engineering and other aspects and I've been a few studies sort of social science studies showing that people dissatisfied in the area of the S K. Now it's a radio quiet zone and those sorts of things and I think there should be a better communication strategy. Around something like this K- I tried to Engage with Some of the ESCA people to see a communication strategy walls but didn't get that far. This was about two years ago so so although there is a certain amount of it I think we ought to be a little bit more prominent in so that people know what's going on because it's it's a very difficult thing to understand what radio astronomy is. What it's looking at what it's trying to find because people it's a it's a it's quite a obstruse area of of astronomy even in itself Talking about Seeing such great distances which is causing back in time and those sorts of things so I think that would be an area. I think that we ought to the public to be hearing more about. It's interesting you mentioned that because spoke September. I think last year Dr Jerry to Holbrooke off and this was a special interest were because he looks lots ads relationships between observed the trees and among other things that she does. How can people get a hold of you if they want to get more? But what you're doing or questions. Do you want to shake on details? Like genetic counseling that yes I. I don't I don't use facebook. I use twitter and I'm at Dr Tony but unfortunately at have to spell it out because when I set up onto it I really didn't know what was going to be all about quite a long time ago ten years so I don't it to identify me necessarily at the time and so it's at Dr. Tony is Dr D. R. T. E. K. N. e. As in tow. And the doctor. Tony I I do I use it. Mainly for you. Know Re tweeting content in various areas particularly in human origins and astronomy So that be one. I think that's because I don't have linked in account anymore. Used to have one. So that's the main way which I communicate. Yes thank you for your time. I think I think we don here. Great talking to you bill. Thanks very much.

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"dr tony" Discussed on The Urban Astronomer Podcast

The Urban Astronomer Podcast

13:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The Urban Astronomer Podcast

"So that's a whole lot of me not talking about. Strana me so let's cut straight to the interview. Here is our first guest the season Dr. Tony Lilia. We recorded this attorneys home a few weeks before. We went into lockdown where we drank tea biscuits and set in comfortable armchairs here. Talking about strong in education and education is Africa is Tonita it. My Name's Tony Lilia. I Currently work a nongovernmental organization to do with education but prior to that for twenty one years I was working at universal macron's around Johannesburg in the school of Education and I one of my main areas of both research and teaching was astronomy education. Now we first met At Wasn't twenty twelve thirty. S Society of South Africa Symposium in Cape Town. You presented a talk on. It was the curriculum in correct communication. Yes that's right. I recall when we met. You said you never the Society of and you've managed to Wangle itself a speaking place Do you have an interest in astronomy outside of education? I'm I I do in that. I I do go. I observe the night sky when I'm out in an area that I can observe the night sky in so I'm telescope had tells you for some time and I just do it in a very amateur sort of wait which was called the way. Lots of astronomers work so yes. I have an interest in it. I've actually had an in it. Ever since I was young and avoid looked at the night sky. I lived in Botswana for ten years. And there's quite a little interesting event that happened. You probably be correct me about the date but I lived in a village multiple early and we fantastic night sky because it was a village in baton in the eighties and we could see very clear. Blue Sky break night and we can see the clouds. Miguel and then one night I went out and there was an enormous star in one of the clouds of Magellan and it was a Supernova. Nineteen eighty-seven okay. So of course no Internet at the time I I looked at them for that is not what was there before and I had seen it quite clearly previously so and it wasn't for another few months that I found out because I wasn't connected to an Australian community on the line a few months later I found out I read something someone that was a super over there so it was really nice to have seen that and of course when when we were there in one thousand nine hundred six that was Halley's comet which is a disappointment but commitment naught and my wife Caradon living in Montana and when we moved here she she's she was teaching until she moved here and I had fantastic view of common naught in rural area or again. I'm just a few years back. It was probably twelve twelve to fifteen years back now. Middle Two thousand and notes that but anyway but that was really good because from here. You could sit. I'm ever going to see it not far from the from within job book but in the rural area you could see that how massive the tail was. It was really concerts. Those sorts of interesting things that does have kept me interest league all these years and then I sort of formalized it into astronomy education since I was in the education field. So you'll real expertise than is education. Specific Science Education all corrosion basically science education. I have vitamin ECLECTIC science background. I'm I've my degree was in geology. Which did include some planetary science because we were university as out which was Dharam invest in England. They some of the people that worked on some the moon rocks. And this was in the seventies and then I did a master's actually. Zoology was by thesis. I went to the Himalayas and studied pheasants and good view of the night sky there as well and then when ours has been vits review years decided I needed to do with a PhD. Anybody listening must have pitched him in an area. You're really interesting and because I was working to University of mandatory. You really can stay there. You really need one so I thought well what am I being interested in? Elisa's sort of you know popularization and off of science but I thought astronomy would be an interesting one to two cats and So I did that's how I started the HD in worked through the And then got more into a strong education particularly in southern African curriculums over the years. What insights in science education have you have? You developed that you're not seeing implemented. Yates like if you were in charge of education. A- can as a big question. I know what's what's what would you like to see implemented changed. Well I mean if I want to do it from the strongly viewpoints The the the the change in in the South African curriculum a happened after ninety four was to produce single curriculum. Two thousand five which was now comes based curriculum which in the end has fallen away and of course everybody. Every person of in in subject content areas wanted their own subject to be in the curriculum. And Damn afraid. Astronomy lost out in rather strange way. It's there in the early curriculum. In fact last week I gave guest lecture back vits to teachers of foundation. Phase the young kids and it's there in foundation face it's there in the intermediate and senior phase in bits things like phases of the moon and the seasons and those sorts of things and then there's a very strange gap from Grade Eight nine. Sorry yes A. They're in Grade Eight. Tonight is a very strange. Grab ten eleven twelve. There's actually no astronomy. They're at all except very very miniscule. Little Bit Here and there and then so so so I think the unfortunate thing is that astronomy as an area that interests kids and if you want them to be studying at a university relevant subjects and you cut out astronomy so they got interested in primary school and then junior secondary school first couple of years of secondary school and then suddenly disappear completely and they told well physics do do physical science new in Madison stuff. Which of course the basis for stormy right but you have lost out on maybe the magic side of it and so there's been this gap and Many universities including bits didn't even have first year Astronomy for many many years so if I was to change the curriculum from that point of view. Let's say you get children interest in the subject and then drop it completely. A the point of which they are they could maybe take a bit further and eventually go to university. And then there's more reason for them to study the physics and the and the physical science on the in the mats so that would be one thing the second thing. I'd say it's it's gone too much the other way now. It's very very very constrained curriculum caps. It's referred to as it's very constrained and it's over full as the usual thing people can't help and this is where the original trouble came. See because everybody wants to their. They're into the curriculum then got full. And therefore Lost out and now it's too full and it's very difficult for teachers to implement the whole curriculum. So I would. I would strip it back and have fewer have more depth and breadth. Probably more focused. Yes more depth into certain subjects. You go into those topics you go into those in more detail not try and cover everything and then say well then You know they need everything because they're going to university because many most of the kids leaving school don't get universe. Why astronomy thing. Why not I mean if you're looking at things that kids are interested in why specifically astronomy and not say dinosaurs or or well. I mean I think if we're talking about the South African curriculum it's a key area of as we know the S. Kfi Cetera etc cetera of of for South African signs. And I think we should capitalize on South African Science Areas One of which is palaeontology and that's another interest of mine and having originally got the geology degree but interest. I've I interested in the cradle of humankind on all that all and things have been found there so I think we'll capitalize on this and they did in the curriculum capitalize on things like Australopithecus and early homo. Those things they got them there in the biology curriculum life sciences curriculum. But there's no. There's there's virtually no Strong man that level and I think you should try and capitalize on an area that the that the the country is strong in and we know that strong in early human origins strong in In astronomy in various ways the trouble is where the strong you really once you get into astrophysics and you start getting the radio telescopes and things. That's beyond the school curriculum. But at least you can introduce them to aspects of it because then becomes almost moving engineering topic. Radio Astronomy is very correct. Correct so I think you would but you know it's not really there because they didn't think of that at the time. I think it would need eventually to be result through but poor old teachers. They you know the the curriculums constantly being changing so they need some stability and they've had it for a few years now at least you've probably seen me complained on twitter events. What my kids having to go through and I'm trying to be kind to the teacher because I realized that they also difficult situation. They are workload. It's I'm sitting with a A within the curriculum I have a six year old and eight year old and a ten year old and the kids are doing Cape of the young ones. I'm sitting up with him for up to two hours a night Which means I come home from work and I until dinnertime and then it's bedtime. Mandates occupies the lives and ECON not ecologists. Skip it because then they fall behind on require them the school. Yes now I mean by the full curriculum. There's a quite. There's been some research on on that particular in the top looking at curriculum coverage and that teachers are not able to really cover the curriculum properly. Because there's just too much of it. What's why education? What is the purpose? What not just what you believe. It should be what's the ways being implemented. I mean is it intended to create workers to get people? Ready for jumps. Is it the to be society making sure of what he's well informed or well schooled in ways of thinking like the old school even speak? Latin time they need school. What should it be? That's a deep question philosophical question. I think we education has been very much to sort of fill the needs of society and have productive workers and that sort of thing but I think things have so radically changed over probably since the advent of the Internet..

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"dr tony" Discussed on The Urban Astronomer Podcast

The Urban Astronomer Podcast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"dr tony" Discussed on The Urban Astronomer Podcast

"The open astronomer podcast. My Name is Ellen fast and I'm your host and also the producer of the show and I need to apologize for the season starting so late. Everybody's been very kind about on twitter. You can find me there as at trauma but I still feel guilty about it. I do have the excuse of this. Whole coronavirus pandemic which at the time of recording continues to spread around the world. And it's not even an excuse but still feelings. Anyway let's focus. This is the fifth episode of the Urban Astronomer podcast and the first initial episode of the third season. Today's episode features an interview with somebody. I've known for almost a decade. Now Dr Tony Lillywhites. He's an expert on science education and has a research interest on how astronomy is used in science curricula. But he'll explain a lot better when we get to him in minutes. I WANNA finish introducing you to the new season. The former tied opted last season. Seem to work quite well. So we'll be doing more of the same twelve episodes Hoffa interviews with people who have some sort of connection with solid can astronomy and the rest being where I also basic astronomy and physics questions from people. Like yourself or sometimes. I'll just talk about something that I want to talk about because I find it interesting and because I'm sure that you'll find interesting too but if you have questioned here on topics to discuss please drop me. Mail at podcast. It's urban dash dot com destroying name. See question and Altron in an upcoming episode the only real change I'm bringing in that might sometimes include a few news items since I do that anyway on the wiki space hang with Fraser. Cain and the gang I might as well let you in on some of that. Now before we get auto Elliott's I've bought a favor to ask if you like how the show sounds if you enjoy content then please. Could you support me by suggesting us to a friend or leaving a review? Whatever podcasting platform you used to find the show that sort of thing up the rankings which means other people are more likely to hear that. I exist and give us listen. I don't get any advertising revenue because on the purest and possibly a little pretentious. So don't have to interrupt the show to talk about mattresses or innovative investment products or whatever. The company is dominating. The podcast ad spin this month. But I do get a bit of a kick from nothing that I'm reaching a larger audience so anything that helps me get. There is a big deal for me..

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What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

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00:57 sec | 1 year ago

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

"The nation's top infectious diseases expert seems to have drawn president trump's ire asked on CNN yesterday whether an earlier move towards social distancing would have saved lives Dr Tony Fauci said it's difficult to go back and say that but it's a logical conclusion president trump and then reposted a tweet including the hash tag flyer felt she the president's been angry over criticism of his virus response while pushing to re open the nation for business felt she says parts could have a role the re entry next month but both he and CDC director Robert Redfield are urging caution this has to be done very carefully with Redfield telling NBC's today show social distancing guidelines should not simply be rolled back everywhere at once it's important to look at the country as many different separate situations Redfield says virus cases have not yet peaked in the U. S. but are stabilizing Sager made ani Washington

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What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

"The nation's top infectious diseases expert seems to have drawn president trump's ire asked on CNN yesterday whether an earlier move towards social distancing would have saved lives Dr Tony Fauci said it's difficult to go back and say that but it's a logical conclusion president trump and then reposted a tweet including the hash tag flyer felt she the president's been angry over criticism of his virus response while pushing to re open the nation for business felt she says parts could have a role the re entry next month but both he and CDC director Robert Redfield are urging caution this has to be done very carefully with Redfield telling NBC's today show social distancing guidelines should not simply be rolled back everywhere at once it's important to look at the country as many different separate situations Redfield says virus cases have not yet peaked in the U. S. but are stabilizing Sager made ani Washington

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What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

"The nation's top infectious diseases expert seems to have drawn president trump's ire asked on CNN yesterday whether an earlier move towards social distancing would have saved lives Dr Tony Fauci said it's difficult to go back and say that but it's a logical conclusion president trump and then reposted a tweet including the hash tag flyer felt she the president's been angry over criticism of his virus response while pushing to re open the nation for business felt she says parts could have a role the re entry next month but both he and CDC director Robert Redfield are urging caution this has to be done very carefully with Redfield telling NBC's today show social distancing guidelines should not simply be rolled back everywhere at once it's important to look at the country as many different separate situations Redfield says virus cases have not yet peaked in the U. S. but are stabilizing Sager made ani Washington

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What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

"The nation's top infectious diseases expert seems to have drawn president trump's ire asked on CNN yesterday whether an earlier move towards social distancing would have saved lives Dr Tony Fauci said it's difficult to go back and say that but it's a logical conclusion president trump and then reposted a tweet including the hash tag flyer felt she the president's been angry over criticism of his virus response while pushing to re open the nation for business felt she says parts could have a role the re entry next month but both he and CDC director Robert Redfield are urging caution this has to be done very carefully with Redfield telling NBC's today show social distancing guidelines should not simply be rolled back everywhere at once it's important to look at the country as many different separate situations Redfield says virus cases have not yet peaked in the U. S. but are stabilizing Sager made ani Washington

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Fauci comments on US virus response seem to draw Trump's ire

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Fauci comments on US virus response seem to draw Trump's ire

"President trump seems to be reacting to comments from America's top infectious disease expert about the nation's coronavirus response Dr Tony Fauci said yesterday lives could have been saved if steps aimed at stopping the virus's spread had started earlier Valjean couched it on CNN saying knowing when to take those steps is complicated and it's difficult to go back and say that president trump reposted a tweet referencing the comments one that said quote time to hash tag fire felt she it was one of several tweets yesterday when the president defended his handling of the virus outbreak and blamed others for missteps Sauchie says the new cases are shorted comp one social restrictions are eased Sager mag ani Washington

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Fauci comments on US virus response seem to draw Trump's ire

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Fauci comments on US virus response seem to draw Trump's ire

"Dr Tony Fauci said yesterday lives could have been saved if steps aimed at stopping the virus's spread had started earlier Valjean couched it on CNN saying knowing when to take those steps is complicated and it's difficult to go back and say that president trump reposted a tweet referencing the comments one that said quote time to hash tag fire felt she it was one of several tweets yesterday when the president defended his handling of the virus outbreak and blamed others for missteps Sauchie says the new cases are Shorty comp one social restrictions are eased Sager made Donnie Washington

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Fauci comments on US virus response seem to draw Trump's ire

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Fauci comments on US virus response seem to draw Trump's ire

"Dr Tony Fauci said yesterday lives could have been saved if steps aimed at stopping the virus's spread had started earlier Valjean couched it on CNN saying knowing when to take those steps is complicated and it's difficult to go back and say that president trump reposted a tweet referencing the comments one that said quote time to hash tag fire felt she it was one of several tweets yesterday when the president defended his handling of the virus outbreak and blamed others for missteps Sauchie says the new cases are Shorty comp one social restrictions are eased Sager made Donnie Washington

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Fauci comments on US virus response seem to draw Trump's ire

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00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Fauci comments on US virus response seem to draw Trump's ire

"Dr Tony Fauci said yesterday lives could have been saved if steps aimed at stopping the virus's spread had started earlier Valjean couched it on CNN saying knowing when to take those steps is complicated and it's difficult to go back and say that president trump reposted a tweet referencing the comments one that said quote time to hash tag fire felt she it was one of several tweets yesterday when the president defended his handling of the virus outbreak and blamed others for missteps Sauchie says the new cases are Shorty comp one social restrictions are eased Sager made Donnie Washington

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The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

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00:34 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

"Dr Tony felt she says the people responsible for the test say a rather large number will be available within a week he tells CNN the test would say if a person was infected and if they're feeling well then they've likely recovered medical experts would then try to determine just how deeply the virus has penetrated society and even those who were infected would be vulnerable again felt she calls that particularly important for health care workers he says the antibody testing does not mean a shift from testing to see who's infected now Sager made Ghani Washington

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The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

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00:34 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

"Really Dr Tony go well felt is she an says I see the people you responsible doctor at B. for Shah the hospital test say in Paris a rather large she spent number a week will recovering be available from the within virus a week before heading he straight tells back CNN to the hospital the test after would say if they a have person a family was but infected the face ID and if onto they're feeling right now well if then the hospital they've likely because I recovered have to take care of the patient medical experts as scientists would then race try to unravel to determine new just coronavirus how deeply mysteries the virus as yet has unsure penetrated of how society resistant people become and even to those reinfection who were after infected exposure would be vulnerable health workers again hope that those felt among she them calls who recovered that particularly and are attending important hospitals for health on care now workers on with not he any says the antibody deeper testing more personal does understanding not mean of the a virus shift from testing but also to see with some who's degree infected of immunity now the head of Sager I see you at made twelve Ghani hospital Washington Montana explains it's a bit like what happened in the in the first world wall going where what did and came back to the battlefield I'm Karen Janice

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The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

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00:34 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

"Really Dr Tony go well felt is she an says I see the people you responsible doctor at B. for Shah the hospital test say in Paris a rather large she spent number a week will recovering be available from the within virus a week before heading he straight tells back CNN to the hospital the test after would say if they a have person a family was but infected the face ID and if onto they're feeling right now well if then the hospital they've likely because I recovered have to take care of the patient medical experts as scientists would then race try to unravel to determine new just coronavirus how deeply mysteries the virus as yet has unsure penetrated of how society resistant people become and even to those reinfection who were after infected exposure would be vulnerable health workers again hope that those felt among she them calls who recovered that particularly and are attending important hospitals for health on care now workers on with not he any says the antibody deeper testing more personal does understanding not mean of the a virus shift from testing but also to see with some who's degree infected of immunity now the head of Sager I see you at made twelve Ghani hospital Washington Montana explains it's a bit like what happened in the in the first world wall going where what did and came back to the battlefield I'm Karen Janice

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The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Fauci: Antibody tests expected next week in US

"Really Dr Tony go well felt is she an says I see the people you responsible doctor at B. for Shah the hospital test say in Paris a rather large she spent number a week will recovering be available from the within virus a week before heading he straight tells back CNN to the hospital the test after would say if they a have person a family was but infected the face ID and if onto they're feeling right now well if then the hospital they've likely because I recovered have to take care of the patient medical experts as scientists would then race try to unravel to determine new just coronavirus how deeply mysteries the virus as yet has unsure penetrated of how society resistant people become and even to those reinfection who were after infected exposure would be vulnerable health workers again hope that those felt among she them calls who recovered that particularly and are attending important hospitals for health on care now workers on with not he any says the antibody deeper testing more personal does understanding not mean of the a virus shift from testing but also to see with some who's degree infected of immunity now the head of Sager I see you at made twelve Ghani hospital Washington Montana explains it's a bit like what happened in the in the first world wall going where what did and came back to the battlefield I'm Karen Janice

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Debate heats up over using an anti-malaria drug for COVID-19

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00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Debate heats up over using an anti-malaria drug for COVID-19

"President trump continues pitching a drug for covert nineteen sufferers that is not approved for the corona virus what do I know I'm not a doctor but the president's urging people with the virus to give hydroxy chloride can win a shot it can help them but it's not going to hurt them in fact it may or may not help and it may or may not hurt the drug is known to have serious side effects and the president's own health experts like Dr Tony Fauci say more studies are needed to know whether hydroxy chloroquine is safe and effective for coronavirus patients the president says those with the virus I have nothing to lose they should do Sager mag ani Washington

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AP-NORC poll: Americans increasing effort to avoid infection

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00:47 sec | 1 year ago

AP-NORC poll: Americans increasing effort to avoid infection

"Dr Tony Fauci and other officials have been preaching physical separation for weeks whether it's no crowds whether it's six feet whether it's staying away from theatres and and restaurants or what have you the message appears to have taken hold ninety four percent of people in a P. and a worse the center for public affairs research polls say they're staying away from large groups eighty six percent say they're avoiding other people in general both are up a big from just a few weeks ago at the same time half are now very or extremely worried they or a family member will be infected with the virus fewer than a third had said that in mid March and fewer than a quarter in February sixteen percent say they are not worried Sager made Donnie Washington

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