18 Burst results for "Dr. Dina"

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

04:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"Dna preston ban dot com. Here's here's here's how we capitalize on the unknown so it was actually a state department. When i got my doctorate. They said well you got your doctor. They've been using us in terms of performing american music all of the world to promote american music. But when i got my doctorate and already knew my background in small business and entrepreneurship as professor. They said okay. Now we're gonna use you for speaking. They actually developed that business model. We just capitalized on when they started using us to do that. And budapest and then again in fiji and erebus were like. Why are we not doing that to be doing now. Meeting professionals international here. We need to bring that into our molly brought to speaking into That speaking model into our special musician model is well. Now we've got that model that works really effectively for us and then of course having award winning book on amazon you know thirty one cents to forty three countries. It's really helped us and other bought entrepreneurs and you'll see that in reviews with a big takeaway from it's really been in ordinance touch other people through this book and they the review said that were beating Many of while this is great for international business and blur glove. There's lot personal reviews in there too. I don't know if you've noticed that but it's her many it's actually life spiritual because of some of the things that we've gone through so it's not even there. Takeaways aren't even based in business. It's actually how we have maneuvered through life and so whatever that is whatever you take away from it we love to hear from you. We appreciate feedback on its joyful for us to hear from people that have read our experiences. Of course we hear your experiences Had internal compass making go to release. We come to an end. Any advice. business huat a delivery from independent into this venue sheet. I think it's really important Sheva most business owner. John entrepreneurs start businesses and they don't have a plan in place. There's no business plan. Most of eighty percent of jump into the pool and yet. That's not a good way to start any enterprise so my recommendation is to a creative business plan and make sure you have your marketing place. Make sure you understand your financials and if you don't understand there's plenty schools you'd get information on. Youtube is free resources out there and so take advantage of those free resources in get a plan in place it can be a simple clan but that way you can gauge you success of things that you need to change improve upon or take advantage out of course growth. You know The biggest part is educating. educate yourself no difference I mean that's going to help your internal compass guerrero Let's face it. If you're not educating yourself and like dana said the have a plan and sometimes as we know that business plan changes but you need to have that plan in order to know. They're needing a change. Your niche y. You wanna be in that marketplace. What makes you different from other people wide or gonna buy your product over somebody that has a chain of products in carts on lie. Why are they going to select you. How are you gonna find that niche for yourself creating a website that everybody can understand and get through and cheever numbers. Do not lie. Say you have to your numbers even very basic level. Even if it's a break even point yeah if you're if you're spending a thousand dollars a day and you're only bringing in two dollars a day. There's something wrong you gotta. You gotta look at your plan and you got adjusted so i have worked with a lot of small businesses. I work with small business owners all the time and i can tell you. They don't understand the numbers. Yes one thing to have a dream but you have to have the planned. Make your dreams. We always say if you're not up and running and making a profit two years it's not a business. It's the hobby and there's nothing wrong with that. Hobbies are awesome. But it's not a business and of course the biggest thing i always tell abel's learned to get your asking year. You have to ask if you don't ask you don't know that simple coming to the end of this initially Blessed to have you with a few in my show at the thing for us as well. We wish you the best in your family and your listeners mutt success.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"Of blue the book and then of course the songs also coincide with book. We'd like to work with people that are better better than us. We like to people that do that. Do songwriting better than we do. That might be better musicians that we are. We want to surround ourselves the best of show and we learn from were always in. We never stop learning. I mean we are never stopped right now so the final question for you so you have been doing a lot of programs about the latest in independence ship. So can you please share. Your program is if someone would like to connect with you and didn't do that particular grams. What would the mystery retail you. Shall we could get a reaction can take our programs as you saw on our website. We can share our kenya speaking. And we've done it. Certainly for the state department of based on what their needs are so we can do anything from entrepreneurial thinking to marketing sales to management and we can also do workshops. We do a lot of workshops for sales and marketing how to get back sales A sales team moving on and we do that with real learning. What i mean by that is that i have the doctor business. I actually bring academic syrian. And mary it with practical experience. So that teams can use down in their own organization to be successful We also teach leadership in creative entrepreneur thinking which is really important now because we work in dynamic environments changing changing changing. And sometimes it's of problem solving and creative thinking that actually will help you move forward in these types of environments especially now when everybody's recreated new wheel for themselves so we can do everything from keynote speaking all the way to workshop development and of course in the fortune five hundred genes and events shake..

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

05:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"She more time. What is the one thing that we would recommend for leaders use fortune. Five hundred companies. I think that you have to pull in the power of your team. You're not a good leader. Knows that they are stronger together. And so you have to learn how to capitalize on that talent of capitalizing on talent is incredibly worked because of that talent that outside talent on that comes in and not doesn't mean talents always agree with you in fact i think you actually get more from talent. That may challenge you right and not take you on the same path and so again capitalize on your talent premier team members in knowing how to delegate a so that they can maybe take the organization in a direction that you might not have thought of but there's a direction to make a lot of money or Perhaps expand your product line of five minutes darker haters. Been a big part because we do a lot of fortune. Five hundred corporation events and so we see that they do utilize their teams more now and especially in today's marketplace before it used to be just that that top tier now it's a team that's evolving together Their shooting ideas together there. Sometimes we also have no in step back is leaders Arve your team lead a Largest biggest leadership that we worked at. We've seen ecorse. Are the generals in the military and some of the top. Ceo's and the best leaders lebron or not able to laugh house a don't take themselves so seriously there's joy in their work and even though you know that they're in charge There is a a type of camaraderie that they have people that work with junior and that opens their door and that means when there are challenges and when there are problems or even opportunities that their staff and employs feel free to go in and share that information. If you're afraid of your boss if you're the ceo. You're not often into the honest with that. So i think it's a it's a ability also to find join. You work not take yourself so seriously. Yeah that's the biggest. Oh i mean you know when we have a general one stage singing man. I feel like a woman in front of his troops. Got one hundred fifty thousand guys laughing because not one moment he becomes a real human being. He's no longer opt to your boss. General and also. We found that a lot of people have nicknames in the military and that one moment they all lose their nickname understanding represents or state humphry community other hometown their mom and dad other their family and in that one global moment it becomes so clear that they are not even there anymore. You've taken them back home and everybody in that whole unit and and at the same while laugh at so laughter is a good thing. It brings joy to vehicle and being able to do that for us. In forty three countries. Music has been a universal language. That makes everybody saw. I think it had to ask went. Would avoid you abandoned music at senior website Got phenomenal awards of winnings in the bank. And i true. I truly truly see the pictures. How glamorous and amisi so how this to this bad through a we just very how this help you in extracting your web yoed getting creativity out from you. How did the band help us of become crater. Yes okay so you are ambassador..

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

04:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"Might help other managers audio bankers executives by giving them a practical guide to optimize resources capitalizing on the unknown while finding the work life balance and so the book does is it. Uses our own personal story is global musicians. Teachers business owners working with entities like the us state department fortune. Five hundred companies. And what we do. Is we help. Readers create a unique niche in their own industry. We with proven strategies. We've used across the globe. Our simple three section framework lays out the details at help that will help our readers optimize. Their resources increased their profits and take their business next level. Not really is looking about the best party at the end of each chapter. We have takeaways that you can actually utilize your business. Your team your start-up ideas that you can utilize right now today to us. You don't have to go and find it or anything like that. You're abeille your inspire That's the bigger part and you can utilize it today. So that's a big part of our book. You know the second part of it where it says the titles hardcore increasing profits. It really is. I was going to say remember. We literally started with thirty one cents in our pockets. Title is all about and that was thirty. One cents between the tube is not just one between the two of us has all we had to start with and we have literally taken our business through the state department department of defense fortune. Five hundred companies literally forty-three countries as not landing there. That's actually performing working with down. Institutions associations universities. Businesses is really a global entrepreneurship at. We created a special niche. And that's what we're trying to give insight and guidance to others that it can be done. Were ordinary people doing extraordinary things. We're not famous. Russ super rockstars. We don't have a million dollars in the bank from a song that we wrote. You know nothing like that. What we're doing is being creative and learning curve and had really made a thirty one year industry in our own niche world. That is still going and still being happening right now. so that's that's great journey and we hope we inspire more people to do what we're doing and and we're always available. You know to push that dial forward with you that great insights which had got from your a legend of the readers who can read it. Bill insights Ilinden.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

04:00 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"Communication needs not your own an fifth respond with their communications grammars for positive positive channel and member relationships since one of the last one new relationship mix diplomats to the condensed to entertain us. You'll be training so many enterpreneurs across the bill so for them. Managing time is very Anyone starting their business. So can you please provide that us on..

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

05:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"Tom shoes are really not starting but actually started a business models based on the idea that it's not just about money for them but they want to contribute to the to the greater the greater bubble. Good because they do believe that everything that they do affects. I have watched one of your we use on your website in order related to the what's So this question related to this which will lead as you said one point in time that Leadership is nardo leadership so this made me right up this question so this particular situation. What would lead us is playing a critical if you agree right so we have been connected to zoom in orlando platforms feeling. That we are personally connected. So what that particular five key elements which can remember to deliver his speech connect with estimates. You'll grow the business you bet so. There are generally five but before Share with i believe the five are. It's important to to reveal that. I say virtual we say Leadership isn't leadership at all because really in virtual environments leadership is going to transfer rotate based on the expertise of the team. That you're working at again. The idea is that even though we are business owners that we might be leading the team. We are not all knowing there. Are people that work with have way more experience and an area that we might in challenges that we face opportunities we might we wanna collectively be able to grab onto that positive influence at that light that sunshine if you will so the first thing is it good. Leadership in virtual environment is going to consider timing as a cultural component and in terms of communication bears. The what do i mean by that were all american. Citizens were from the..

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

05:43 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"Hand at once and that actually certainly very well as i continue to move into the world of And so it's those kinds of experiences that you can't always get in a classroom So we we as parents because john. Our parents certainly try. We try to teach our children about financial responsibility. We tried to teach them about my experiences. But it's really the application were students and were children. And we're adults learned to these skills and again you got to have these struggles. Sometimes because if you're smart these struggles will actually lead to the right. The instant Things at one other thing. I would like to understand purview overcoming disposal end up. Professional loss becomes an even more significant factor in this fantastic. So can you please and lighters on this particular area. Sell one of the things in our industry ask performance is that the show has to go on rank on yet you're contracting..

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

05:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"In stressful situations we have to look for. We have to accept the challenges. Right have to accept it and then you have to look for the resources to make plan and that really has been really helpful and can't be afraid to ask for. It's we don't know everything and so we need to reach out sometimes to people who do know and that can help us do this. These challenges welcome to hosta sheba. So this is specifically talking about international keynote speakers and award-winning winning exports on enterpreneurial and dealership journey. They're not only teach. They also gave you to become a leader in your specific industry and they are in this industry. From almost the trained different entities countries. They traveled and deliver speeches around the world. The guarding boo enterpreneurs regarding leadership. I welcome mr and mrs nolan and d-notice my show inspired. Hello everyone great to be here. Honor blesses it's wonderful to have you a bullet on my particular show. So particularly i would like to ask you one thing about you. So people around the world. I'm sure they know about you. Much at led to understand from your in what could be that one thing you would like to specific guys visit by i in yours so that they can get to know moldable. Your i think godless important thing about it is that we've done some pretty spectacular things some historic things and we're just normal everyday. People were not special. Were not big stars on and our whole mantra is if we can do. You certainly can do it too. And that's what our book is about. Thirty one cents to forty three countries helping to inspire and give me to those who would like to make a difference in the world whether it's a business healthcare teaching we believe that if you follow your instincts and you follow your internal compass and you work hard at it. You prove you approve it and you get training now to your passion will get. You always finish finding that some the so. This question is specific for you. Dina you left home at age of aiding and you have got so many learnings and experiences in yard rob drawer journey. So what made you to leave home and final that one thing in which you always dreamed of and what he things you learn over the time i think sheva..

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"dr. dina" Discussed on The One Big Tip Podcast with Jeff Mendelson

The One Big Tip Podcast with Jeff Mendelson

08:23 min | 2 months ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on The One Big Tip Podcast with Jeff Mendelson

"Is the one big tip podcast. And today, I am really pleased to have two guests with me on the line. They are a team Doctor, Dina again done Ortiz who are the owners of the d e, o Entertainment Group and they have an amazing live music. Entertainment story for us today and also a bath with aura of business experience. That goes along with that. You guys are really going to want to listen to this. Guy's welcome to the show. Hey, Jennifer, having this job. Hello everybody, excited be here. Thank you so much for joining me. So we were talking a little bit on the recall that you guys not only have been around the world, right? But you've been around the world in a number of hotspots and like you have this really great story not only because you're musicians that happen to travel a lot, but you also got to do it in some of the, you know, cool and conflicted places around town. World, can you please take a few minutes and tell us a little bit about your story and how you got to where you are today? Sure, I'd be happy to shelf. I actually started as a street musician. Busking, in front of Ripley's, Believe It or Not. That was my Hotspot in San Francisco. And with time, I had it down to San Diego and started my first country rock band. We were picked up by an agent out of Minnesota and I went on a walk with my band through back, then you could travel through the United States and Canada and work in clubs. You know, five six days a week. I lost a player and went back to came back to Phoenix Arizona, where we're located now, this is just a moment, a brat. And I need to find a second player to take my guys place and I actually ended up meeting my husband. Ortiz and to date that was Thirty-One years ago. And today, we may have toured and forty three countries on 26 world, tours all without a record deal and management and I'm proud to say, we've also worked on only for large corporations, entertaining at home. Functions. But we've worked on behalf of the Department of Defense and also the US state department and love the way I got my doctorate in business. So now I'm a full-fledged business professor and in addition to performing live, we also do keynote speaking and it worked on behalf of the US Embassy giving master classes in business entrepreneurship marketing management, digital marketing, which I know your audience likes to listen to and this is my husband talk, everybody. Great to see Jeff. How you doing this morning? I'm doing great. I really met Dina through her voice first, I was doing production and Celebrity Theatre for a show and lighting director came to me and said, I had this gal, that has an incredible voice or bands really good. They're off the road. They have multiple contracts from months and months and months off. I think you'd be a good fit and I said, I don't know. I kept on him and Holland and so then we did a show with Metallica and he actually had a cassette. So that tells you all that is 31 years. Years ago, and I heard her voice in my trunk and I thought, wow, this is Bonnie, Raitt needs Melissa Etheridge meets Linda Ronstadt. So, I thought there was three months and Mark vocals right off the bat. This is just not a girl singer that everybody's going to say. This is a girl singer band, you know, this is somebody who can really sing. So, I was very interested in, who would have thought I broke my own role in married her and Thirty-One years later. Performing in 43 countries and literally, we did start with $0.31 down. We went from playing in a club and and drove back to my hometown and Newark Delaware. And by the time we got there, I had gotten a hefty speeding ticket and by the time we were close to my home the last month, almost fifty cents. And we had literally $0.31 in our body think we ran the toll. They couldn't afford to pay the touring about it and we started our own group together and started coughing. Is this and just took off from there. So it's it's really been an awesome Journey. Lots of ups and downs. Learning a lot, of course, through our journey. And we're now at the point in our careers where we want to Thursday, we want to help other gone on to other business individuals, so they can understand how to do things. And of course we learn a lot from our students as well. So it's really a give-and-take, we've had some of the best teachers. You know what's really interesting about this whole story is that a marriage is hard enough, right? And then you go into a marriage and in a band partnership, right? And not just as a whole new layer to it, right? And then you add being business, partners on top of that. And it's just well jeeze, you know, why don't you just make a Rubik's cube out of this whole thing? You know, it could be that complicated and it's so refreshing, you know, to see, you know, just you guys you know like sitting next to each other and just joking with each other and just talking about like yeah we did that. Yeah, we've been there before wage. But you know, it's really cool. It's really cool that you guys are able to take those experiences and you know, into project them forward. Yeah, we've we've definitely learned a lot and we're still learning and we learned a long time ago, it's not about us. That's about the people we perform for your business with and we've been able to keep our clients for over thirty years. And that says, a lot about the Integrity that we put out. There's a business couple, but also the brand that we bring, and that we keep on making sure that we're always moving that dial forward to make our brand better and our marketing better. And that gave us, there's an agent out of out of Florida. Orlando. Florida, big agency, International agency, and John, always calls us. The most famous unfamous fan in the world because of the work that we've done in, because people don't know this. But yet the people who no excuse us over and over and over again because they can rely on us and they know we're going to bring a quality product. Yeah. I think he hit it on the head when he said you know off. You have CEOs presidents, a mirrors, these are high thinking power individuals, and the kind of decision-making they have to do when it comes to entertainment, they need something, they control the trust put there, and it's also their brands behind it, you know. So you're really trying to bring that that to the table and that we've been able to do that successfully. And that's why we've been now and bachelor's Goodwill for the US state department US embassies. It's an honor for us and it's a give back. Yeah, by doing that, you know, we thought we run into us, you know, we run into a lot of challenges flashlight Afghanistan. And nobody knows you're coming as Leaders of a band of Civilian musicians, you're literally flying into a combat zone. And there's nobody there to greet you. And so when you log into instances like that and being able to maneuver through them successfully, you create these relationships that them for other opportunities for work and, you know, down the birth The only product lines and services. Yeah, I mean we literally play play music through Afghanistan Kyrgyzstan Uzbekistan, you know, playing music through there when we weren't even supposed to be in those areas. What, an amazing journey. I mean, I'm, you know, I'm totally blown away, you know, not just by the quantity of countries, you know, it's a common joke among travel bloggers. It's like, well, what's your number right? You know, like how many countries have you down on your right? Yeah and I I think I made it up to 32 or 36. I I forgot to count but I did fill my passport last year. So that was yeah that was before covid-19 like every single page had a stamp on it and I'm like, yes. Right. That's I want you to think about that and I want to think about all the travels you've done now. Think of it with five additional people that are working with you for you and going into countries with fifty pieces of production gear equipment, luggage car days, you know, immigration issues being said two. Yep. Were you don't have visas right by by accident and try to figure out how to get out and or trying to figure out how you're going to make things work. When you go into those countries. Yeah, in fact, we had got lost in, Singapore are very first door. I mean, we were green as green to be out on our first big tour and here here, the loadmaster looks at me go. So who do you guys know in Singapore package is like, know this plane supposed to be going.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

06:05 min | 5 months ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"Always in. We never stop learning. I mean we are never stopped right now so the final question for you so you have been doing a lot of programs about the leadership in independence ship. So can you please share. Your program is if someone would like to connect with you and didn't do that particular grams. What would the mystery retail you. Shall we could get a reaction can take our programs as you saw on our website. We can share our kenya speaking. And we've done it. Certainly for the us. State department of based on what their needs are so we can do anything from entrepreneurial thinking to marketing sales to management and we can also do workshops. We do a lot of workshops for sales and marketing how to get of sales A sales team moving on and we do that with real learning. What i mean by that is that i have the doctor business. I actually bring academic syrian. And mary it with practical experience. So that teams can use down in their own organization to be successful We also teach leadership in creative entrepreneur thinking which is really important now because we work in dynamic environments changing changing changing time. And sometimes it's of problem solving and creative thinking that actually will help you move forward in these types of environments especially now when everybody's recreated new wheel for themselves so we can do everything from keynote speaking all the way to workshop development and of course in the fortune five hundred genes advantage shake. We actually keynote speaker workshops during the day and then we perform at night at the galas earn their events. Were very different niche. And of course people can reach us on lincoln donna. Dina were tease. And then of course at d. e. speaks dot com and then our band site is dina preston ban dot com. That's dna preston ban dot com. Here's here's here's how we capitalize on the unknown so it was actually a state department. When i got my doctorate. They said well you got your doctor. They've been using us in terms of performing american music all of the world to promote american music. But when i got my doctorate and already knew my background in small business and entrepreneurship as professor. They said okay. Now we're gonna use you for speaking. They actually developed that business model. We just capitalized on when they started using us to do that. And budapest then again in fiji and erebus were like. Why are we not doing that to be doing now. Meeting professionals international here. We need to bring that into our. Molly brought the speaking into Brought that speaking model into our special musician model is well. Now we've got that model that works really effectively for us and then of course having award winning book on amazon you know thirty one to forty three countries. It's really helped us and other bought entrepreneurs and you'll see that in reviews with they they take away from. It's really been an ordinance touch other people through this book and they the review said that were beating Many of while this is great for international business and blur glove. There's lot personal reviews in there too. I don't know if you've noticed that but it's her many it's actually life spiritual because of some of the things that we've gone through so it's not even their takeaways aren't even based in business is actually how we have maneuvered through life and so whatever that is whatever you take away from it we love to hear from you. We appreciate feedback on its joyful for us to hear from people that have read our experiences. Of course we to hear your experiences That internal compass make making go to release. We come to an end. Any advice listeners. Business huat a delivery from independent want to do this. I think it's really important Sheva most is owner. John entrepreneurs start businesses and they don't have a plan in place. There's no business plan. Most of eighty percent of jump into the pool and yet. That's not a good way to start any enterprise so my recommendation is to a creative business plan and make sure you have your marketing place. Make sure you understand your financials and if you don't understand there's plenty schools you'd get information on. Youtube is free resources out there and so take advantage of those free resources in get a plan in place it can be a simple clan but that way you can gauge you success of things that you need to change improve upon or take advantage out of course growth. You know The biggest part is educating. educate yourself no difference I mean that's going to help. Your internal compass grow Let's face it if you're not educating yourself and like dana said to have a plan and sometimes as we know that business plan changes but you need to have that plan in order to know. They're needing a change. No your niche y. You wanna be in that marketplace. What makes you different from other people wide or gonna buy your product over somebody that has a chain of products in carts on lie. Why are they going to select you. How are you going to find that niche for yourself creating a website that everybody can understand and get through and cheever numbers. Do not lie so you have to your numbers even very basic level. Even if it's a break even point yeah if you're if you're spending a thousand dollars a day and you're only bringing in two dollars a day. There's something wrong you gotta. You gotta look at your plan and you got adjusted so i have worked with a lot of small businesses. I work with small business owners all the time and i can tell you. They don't understand the numbers. Yes one thing to have a dream but you have to have the planned. Make your dreams. We always say if you're not up and running in making a profit two years it's not a business if the hobby and there's nothing wrong with that hobbies are awesome but it's not a business and of course the biggest thing i always tell abel's learned to get your asking year. You have to ask if you don't ask you don't know that simple coming to the end of this initial Blessed to have you with a few in my show at the thing for us is well. We wish you the best in your family and.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

07:55 min | 5 months ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"Via the unknown. So that you'll get some prophets of person. Foremost i fear is dr course and i think fear anger all of dark forces and so for me honestly when they when they creep in the treatment all of us we are not perfect human beings And equipment for all of us so for me. My fate really does support me. And when i start feeling that way for me start praying because prayer listening up it gets me out of that that darkness that anger and whatever is coming at me This doesn't mean that we ignore danger because don't ignore danger but what it means is that we handle it differently and we look at anything. That's a challenge as an opportunity. Not a threat. How can we turn this around. I mean we've been sent into. We've been lost afghanistan. We've been sent into afghanistan by accident with no escort to the front law to the front lines with no escorts. We'd been lost in singapore but at the same time we manage those things clearly. We managed them so well that our clients kept us and started sending Places because they knew that we can handle that kind of the mishap that we have going to singapore. It was something that was not planned because of them happening we ended up with an eighteen year contract because we turn into a relationship because the basic relationship and and being successful in making a happened ourselves decision making turning that unknown fear into success that ended up in eighteen year contract with so it needs to manage it differently while allowing Our spirits To ghitis and move us lobau retain self-discipline awesome. See when a gone through your profiling Your website. I come of this particular question. This bit. the events tactic okay. So been delivering lord of innards leader. Right so how what would be one specific thing. You look at from the leaders who bring a such a wonderful amazing dynamic environment Okay what's the one came. She more time. What is the one thing that we would recommend for leaders used fortune. Five hundred companies. I think that you have to pull in the power of your team. You're not a good leader. Knows that they are stronger together. And so you have to learn how to capitalize on that talents of capitalizing on talent is incredibly worked because of that talent that outside talent on that comes in and not doesn't mean talents always agree with you in fact i think you actually get more from talent. That may challenge you right and not take you on the same path and so again capitalize on your talent premier team members in knowing how to delegate us so that they can maybe take the organization in a direction that you might not have thought of but there's a direction to make a lot of money or Perhaps expand your product line of presidents darker haters. Been a big part because we do a lot of fortune. Five hundred corporation events and so we see that they do utilize their teams more now and especially in today's marketplace before it used to be just that top tier now it's a team that's evolving together. their shooting ideas together there. Sometimes we also have no in step back is leaders Rv'er your team lead a Largest biggest leadership that we worked at. We've seen across our the generals in the military and some of the top. Ceo's and the best leaders lebron or not able to laugh absolves. They go take themselves so seriously. There's joy in their work and even though you know that they're in charge There is a up a type of camaraderie that they have people that work with and that opens their door and that means when our challenges when there are problems or even off that their staff employs feel free to go in and share that information. If you're afraid of your boss if you're the ceo you're not often into the honest with them. So i think it's a it's a ability also to find join. You work not take yourself so seriously. Yeah that's the biggest. Oh i mean you know when we have a general one stage singing man. I feel like a woman in front of his troops. Only got one hundred fifty thousand guys laughing because not one moment he becomes a real human being. He's no longer opt to your boss. General and also. We found that a lot of people have nicknames in the military and that one moment they all lose their nickname understand. It represents or state humphry community other hometown. Their know mom and dad other their family and in that one global moment it becomes so clear that they even there anymore. You've taken them back home and everybody in that whole unit and and at the same time while laugh at so laughter is a good thing. It brings joy to people and being able to do that for us. In forty three countries it music has been a universal language. That makes everybody saw. I think it to ask who went. Question would avoid you abandoned music at senior website. got phenomenal awards winnings in the bank. And i true. I truly truly see the pictures. How glamorous and amisi so how this so this bad through. We just very how this help you in extracting your web yoed getting creativity out from you. How did the band help us of become crater. Yes okay so you are embassador. Will i mean we started as a corporate group that you know realize that we re doing something bigger when we were asked to start doing the Military tourists in with the. Us state department is it will get into his on sheba. Wanted things that we do also music professionally. And so with don. I have found. Is that we again. We bring other writers. We like to work with other people because they have different perspectives. On the way the music should be put together. The weighing of words should be written. I was were writing a song for the our last album for the book Called halfway from nowhere. About my time in san francisco. And i just there was a line. I couldn't come up with. It was actually a out busking and and you know having my making my money busking on the street with my guitar case open and my my geno friend said waiting for that last dollar of luck. I'm like wow. That's it. I lived it and i couldn't figure it out in writing that sentence but he figured out like that and not lines actually in my book waiting for that last dollar of luck which speaks to you know could lead the warp. I needed to make that money of course and we know got robbed and lost my money but not missing handing out literally. It was his creativity and his ideas actually brought that to the forefront so working again with talent they bring their own talents and their own gifts to us. We just finished. The last pollen are albums called. Give give my broken abry. We wrote that with rock and reggie vision and he wrote billion dollar babies with alice cooper. So you know it's like we've been able to really rally around this song writers you know and and then put that out there with our out in the field of blue the book and then of course the songs also coincide with walk. We'd like to work with people that are better better than us. We like to people that do that. Do songwriting better than we do. That might be better musicians that we are. We want to surround ourselves the best of show and we learn from were.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

08:20 min | 5 months ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"And i and i like to do that because this guy here. I call him a serial entrepreneur. He is one of the most creative people i have ever worked with. His ideas are going time. But guess what you can have all these wonderful ideas but if you can't pull them in at home down right and create a strategy for they're going nowhere so i think the most important thing is you have to learn and this is hard for people that are creative. You have to learn to prioritize. You have to learn to prioritize what is important. I you have to set realistic. Goals to meet your larger objectives in order of importance. Senate if you don't get those goals done for the day that casts today you have to reprioritize list for the next day and if you do that you start seeing the check marks. I'm getting this done. I'm getting this done. And it's so small casts lead the bigger object. If you don't want to spend down email either. So i created scheduled where i check my email. Generally warning noon and evening. now. Unless i've got something coming through that i know i need to be on top of ice sheet that schedule because otherwise email take your whole day. I don't know about you. But i think i have three hundred emails yesterday. Between my students our clients trying to get things going. So i can spend my whole day doing so again. You wanna make sure that you don't spend all day on email. Create a schedule that allows us to check it a few times a day. i'm well multitasking is good skill. And i'm You know especially as a woman with family in job and school and teaching. Roy has pretty effectively but multi in also can really take your way for what you really currently need to focus on. So it's important to not let yourself get drawn out as you complete that task and you probably power ties through the atmosphere meeting your goals anything. This is a big one only hosts it gang meetings when you have to. I have been to so many poorly run meetings where nobody gets anything done. We talked for two hours and nothing gets accomplished so really be careful about holding. Sit down meetings do it when it's going to be effective and efficient and no meeting should last more than an hour. If you can't get it done in an hour you probably need schedule another meeting. That's an hour or less big short that you're able to delegate authority power trust your team. You hired them. Trust your team and bringing the best people for the job so that you can delegate information and tasks each other and i do that all the time where. You're not micromanaging. Your team they actually get the work done and when you meet and come together 's collective there's you're pushing the dial forward and you're reaching your goals and if not then you're saying what's the next step that we need to do together as a team finally sheva. We all have to be refreshed. So allow yourself some downtime with family friends because you've got to nourish your spirit too and so you've got to have that balance work life. Why can't make. Yeah so you've got to be repressed. Ally yourself downtime even if that means scheduling in for yourself and it could be as simple as as taking a nice bubble bath beautiful classical music. It can be playing with your children. You know for maybe fifteen minutes. We're playing an instrument that you've been learning on youtube. Meditating praying doing anything spiritual whatever works for you to agree with that. Can you please walk through your book. Which is amazing is being sorted so many puppies of this technical sense to partly countries got readers can get after leading this predictable. John actually convinced me that we had a unique story and business applications and that we needed to write a book that might help other managers audio bankers executives by giving them a practical guide to optimize resources capitalizing on the unknown while finding the work life balance and so the book does is it. Uses our own personal story is global musicians. Teachers business owners working with entities like the us state department fortune five hundred companies. And what we do. Is we help. Readers create a unique niche in their own industry. We with proven strategies. We've used across. The globe are simple. Reception framework lays out the details at that will help our readers optimize. Their resources increased their profits and take their business next level. Not really is looking for the best party at the end of each chapter. We have takeaways that you can actually utilize your business. You're team your startup ideas that you can utilize right now today to us. You don't have to go and find it or anything like that. You're abeille your inspire That's the bigger part and you can utilize it today. So that's a big part of our book. You know the second part of it where it says the titles hardcore increasing profits. It really is. I was going to say remember. We literally started with thirty. One cents in our pockets. Title is all about and that was thirty. One says between the tube is not just one between the two of us has all we had to start with and we have literally taken our business through the state department department of defense fortune. Five hundred companies literally forty-three country s. Not landing there. That's actually performing working with down institutions associations. Universities businesses is really a global entrepreneurship at. We created a special niche. And that's what we're trying to give insight and guidance to others that it can be done. Were ordinary people doing extraordinary things. We're not famous. Russ super rockstars. We don't have a million dollars in the bank from a song that we wrote. You know nothing like that. What we're doing is being creative and learning curve and had really made a thirty one year industry in our own niche world. That is still going and still being happening right now. so that's that's agreed journey and we hope we inspire more people to do what we're doing and and we're always available. You know to push that dial forward with you that great insights which had got from your a legend of the readers who can read it. Bill dating app Lassus you from thirty one cents to forty three countries. I mean we're we're the real deal We have made it happen. And so can others out there and we see it all the time and the place that we've been traveling around the world and meeting so many different people and what's great. They keep in touch with this link You know so. Many different types of facets that keep with his Whether listening to our videos like you have or are album or our book and it's also available in audio as well as in ebl so if you have different platforms like to listen to or read Or there's also an index in the back of the oak. Say you can come back to it. And say i remember. In that part chapter three there was at takeaway. And i that's really useful to make you can go back and utilize in and wreak rediscover and s. That's the beauty of our book. And so you get the feel of where we're going and what we're doing and you get to travel with us. Let's face it afro. Everybody being sort of worse in home for a year. It's great to take a journey and you could take that with our book and you feel like you're there that's the bigger part of we take you everywhere all over the world. Yeah yeah johnson. For media feis loons yati mind you know to southwest asia at european countries. Yeah carib us. I mean who's ever been played and curious the first. Us band ever performed there are banned has been through a lot of historic places in being inset to be a part of history so it's great to be ordinary people doing extraordinary things to create history around the world and and be a guiding light for others to pass that baton. No next radio. Amazing thinking spending Traveling aggressor now accidentally. That's amazing amazing so out for the do this particular question. The unknown doc which is reading really people have fear of this when you know when you look out the upon known and during this don't in there is no laguna Annot so can you please help us. The methodology are the process to overcome capitalist.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

Inspiire Mantra

07:36 min | 5 months ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on Inspiire Mantra

"Can get to know moldable. Your i think godless important thing about this is that we've done some pretty spectacular things some historic things and we're just normal everyday. People were not special. Were not pick stars on and our whole mantra is if we can do. You certainly can do it too. And that's what our book is about. Thirty one cents to forty three countries helping to inspire and give me to those who would like to make a difference in the world whether it's a business health care teaching. We believe that if you follow your instincts and you follow your internal compass and you work hard at it. You prove you improve it and you get training now to your passion will get you all the way to finish finding that some the so. This question is specific for you. Dina you left home at age of aiding and you have got so many learnings and experiences in yard rob drawer journey. So what made you to leave home and final that one thing in which you always dreamed of and what he things you learn over the period of time i think Sheva adventure by nature. So i wanted to get out in the row pretty quickly and already had a passion of music and so music was internal compass. That really drove me. Drove my path to clarity and within turn in place. I wasn't afraid of the struggle. And so i definitely you know. Eighteen very little money actually landed in tenderloins francisco which is home to addiction homelessness. And you know. I didn't have a lot of money. But at the same time there was a mission down the street and the mission had hope and kindness and art and music. And so i really learned at a pretty young age that it was okay to struggle a little bit. Actually struggling opens up new opportunities if you know how to take advantage and so it was really exciting. I learned to trust my instincts because your instincts will guide you when you can't always see a path four and that was a very important lesson a very young age. That's truly awesome. So you said they know you learn basic satellite skin. I feel this is in this time way much important for everyone at on the would can you please throw some light on their. You bet so. Some of my very early experiences The hardships of course were when i was making my living on the street avas busking on the street in between college classes. Making my living as a street musician so literally opened up my guitar. Case and singing for a living and One incident that happened. I was making pretty good money on the work that dana just make about her more in order to make my rent was starting to get late on the fan. Although the work is beautiful during the day it's a little cd at night dangerous. I and i just kept pushing and pushing pushing. When i knew i should have probably on the starting dangerous for me to be there. What actually happened. Is i stay too long. When money was out my guitar case and i was actually raw was actually held up by van little people they took you know all my money all my heart earnings for that day and actually had to work ten times harder in order to make rent that month. Becca made it by the skin of my teeth. With tommy me really was to trust my instincts protect my assets and never show all my hand at once and that actually serve very well as i continue to move into the world of And so it's those kinds of experiences that you can't always get in a classroom So we we as parents because john. Our parents certainly try. We try to teach our children about financial responsibility. We tried to teach them about my experiences. But it's really the application were students and were children and adults learned to only skills and again you got to have these struggles. Sometimes because if you're smart these struggles will actually leading to the right. The instant Things at one other thing. I would like to understand preview. Overcoming disposal end up professional loss becomes an even more significant factor in this pandemic. So can you please and lighters on this particular area. Sell one of the things in our industry ask performance is that the show has to go on rank on yet you're contracting. It's going to go forward. There's people sitting in the audience or it's about pat happen you have to be on the mark regardless and so we unfo- we've been out. You know many many years thirty one years and because of our industry there is no one to replace. Once we contract responsible. I have literally lost family members while had been performing on stage. We had to leave our at christmas time to go and perform literally leave and show. There's a host of other personal challenges that we've had to overcome and what we've learned in stressful situations and as our parents are getting a deal with it right now. We're having some issues with don status. He's getting older. And we've learned is in stressful situations. We have to look for. We have to accept the challenges. Right you have to accept them. And then you have to look to the resources to make a new plan and that really that has been really helpful for us and we can't be afraid to ask for guidance we don't know everything and so we need to reach out sometimes to people who do know and that can help us do these challenges and sign courage everybody to do that during the pandemic. Because i know there's been a lot of lost during the pandemic. Don't feel that you have to go this alone. Reject it professionals reach out to france. Recharge family if you're spiritually community. Reach out your spiritual community as well for that support china for me. It's not just about making money but it's also that spiritual connection you have to have a balance of both you really do. You really makes it easier for you so you're not feeling that burden by yourself. You're not alone. You're getting help for many people that have either been through it going through it or they're in the same position as you and they might have a nice way for you to handle things so there is a lot of light by you know asking getting we have to do to is. I find a lot of peace in working so when i'm really stressed out with things that are coming at me from a personal sample. I actually find comfort in works. I usually will dig down into work. I enjoy what i do. So i focused on work and other related tasks like helping other people as fine stays the challenges reaching out and helping other people will oftentimes relieve that them feeling as well so they can work and helping others. Serve as a bit of distraction to get you up and going again and nat release acuity down. You gotta figure out a way to get up and get going again when the other question i have for you. The classic lord says the socio economic barriers across the jug of is when you're doing business so how an annual audit imaging Opinion can overcome this enduring. His lieutenant to approaches economic theories that we use business. One is called the classical economic approach basically states for your listeners. You don't know what that is. Basically states in organization's responsibility first and foremost is to make money It's good for the stockholders but also community because you're pumping jobs out in the community. I'll adheres to or contributed to economic well-being. My job is a business is not support. Nonprofits not to support causes that i believe in individuals themselves can do that based on what they believe in what they support and in fact Some believe that when organizations get involved in those kinds of political and social issues that they have too much economic power and they actually can change things at emanating always good in.

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Are Probiotics Ready for Practice?

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

04:35 min | 9 months ago

Are Probiotics Ready for Practice?

"My first faculty position was a minority turkeys was introduced a college in dublin and was a gastroenterologist. They're not keeling was a very good friend of mine. He persuaded me that. The brain got access was relevant in relation to psychiatric illness at that time. Dopey really considered microbes within the got to be relevant in relation to the brain got access. And when i came back to cork seventeen or eighty years ago. A group of micro biologist and gastrologist decided that they're going to set up a new at brain got institute which we set up so i was involved in setting it up and at that stage. People thought michael might be important in relation to the brand. It wasn't at all clear so we begun researching the area. And i've been working in that area now for the past seventeen eighteen years. I'm a psychiatrist. And i decided at the very beginning that if we were going to engage in this research that we are going to publish the best journals out there because it's an emerging discipline. There's a certain degree of skepticism. About self our initial publications would have been been john peony s to the nineteen nineties. The general sense i got was that the brain is protected from the rest of the body by a tight web called the blood brain barrier other than stroke and a crane disorders and a few infections. There wasn't much that got in their back then. Psychopharmacology was all about synoptic festivals and neurotransmitters. But things have changed one landmark that stands out to me was two thousand thirteen. That was when dr trolls raisins group at emory published. The first randomized controlled trial of a medication that treats depression without even crossing the blood brain barrier. How did it work with saudi getting into the brain. The thought was that it treated depression. By reducing inflammation in the body. The medication was to the crisis factor antagonised inflexible and worked for treatment resistant depression but only in those who had elevated markers of inflammation like crp. You're probably not going to be using inflexible matt in everyday practice because it has to be given. Iv among other things but in this journal we featured a few articles lately on how to treat depression by reducing inflammation and dr dina's work on probiotics and the mind gut connection is one of them. But first let's hear from dr dean about what the gut microbiome is. The god microbiome is essentially the collection of micro organisms within the intestine. Now the majority of them are in the large in stein and the beat assed volume is carried bacteria. Now there are obviously viruses and fungi. There there are a variety of microbes. But we've largely focused on bacteria the golden microbial over navarine adult like you are. I is at least a kilo gram and weight. So it's it's quite a large wage. It's it's pretty much the same way. As the human brain really traditionally. We've always taken the view that their commencement. They don't do anything any harm there. There we feed them because we feed these bacteria as well but it really is only one in the last fifteen years that people have begun to realize that in fact there really is a synergistic relationship between these microbes and dos and was we might feed them that they in turn produce chemicals that our brain and other organs in our body absolutely choir how these gut bacteria influence the brain when i think they influence the brand in a variety of ways that be one of our database of boll is big areas of research over. The years is trying to anything. There are lots of unknown questions but the narva security very important majority. It's a long meandering nerve. It sends signals from brain. To got it sends signals from the brain we showed in taper in peony s their own twelve years ago. That sir microbes could only communicate with the brain. Is the vegas nerve was intact. So we did a gossipy in an animal. The microbe couldn't communicate with the brain. So the vegas nerve has very important author important.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on KGO 810

"Sing to the Chip Franklin Show you have a voice be heard kgo 8 10. I want. I think when we look back on these last 12 months, somewhere down the road, one of the things that will really fear will be that we will have this kind of government again. That will not obvious, Kate but simply lie to the American public. When you go back and look at the pressure on red field on the CDC in the back in May, when you know, telling people it was okay to go back to church. The numbers aren't good right now on DH. We're going in the wrong direction. But we have a good person here to talk to us. Take us in the right direction. Dr. Dina Grayson joins us. Ah, PhD, MD. Infectious disease and a medical doctor, especially in a bowl and viral pandemics. Expert biochemist. I don't know how she did all this stuff. She's 28 or something. Anyways, did you know we have a lot of questions people that won't wanna ask you. We're gonna get to those in a second, but Dr Fauci said, everybody should start rethinking. Thanksgiving. Um, and of course, you know the poor guy. There's nobody has his back because you know Trump is going to be all over that and everybody else. It's I don't know how he's got. He's got hundreds of million millions of Americans that have it back, including the whole scientific and medical community. I mean, Doctor Falke is an icon. I mean, he's not just the leader in our country Chip, hey, is truly a world leader and infectious And even so, you know, I gave a very potent interview today and just utterly slammed the full herd mentality community nonsense and made it very clear. He just said. This is stupid. It's ridiculous that I'm quoting he said. It was ridiculous. And you know that many, many more people will die Many. He was very blunt. It was on ABC. I was thrilled to see him speaking out at this point, because, you know, we scientists, we experts we have to. You have to scream. Because the politicians chip is, you know have taken over the O The spin doctors and we have a real consequences. They're not spin doctors. They're murderers. Everything's absolutely negligent Homicide. Reckless endangerment. I absolutely chip. I mean, you know, I'm not an attorney, so I will leave that. But I do know prominent prominent former prosecutors who have been very clear. That this is it's criminal. And I and I will tell you that you know the physician's around trump that have allowed this malfeasance. This really crimes against humanity. I really think honestly, I don't I don't say this lightly. I do think that one has to start looking at there. Are these people competent to be practicing medicine? I mean, they are pushing Ah political agenda at the risk of human life, And it's a very real with we have a body count. And it's not like the first pandemic we've ever seen. I mean, well, you know, I mean, we know what can happen with these genomics and we know we've seen stars. And this is what 79% the same hussars and But the transmissibility with so much higher, everything scream. Pay pay attention to me that I wanted this first question tonight. You're going to get from Gary in Daly City is an excellent question. And Carrie go ahead. Laid on Dr Dana Gray's Dr Goebbels was with him in Africa, Doctor Grace and God bless you, but two questions I could What keeps you awake at night? And we blast herd immunity, please. Out of the water. Thank you. Ah, first, Gary. Thank you. Thank you for your wonderful call. And God bless you. You look what keeps me up at night. Well, it's the 220 plus 1000 Americans that have died and knowing and knowing that we're looking at 100 plus 1000 more, but they're going to die over the coming months and we're entering into This second wave and chip. We've been talking about it on your programme and I'm so thrilled that you've been so informative to your listeners know we've been talking about this since January is there There's going to be this huge wave as flu season starts starts. This nuclear season. Remember that those 202 120,000 deaths, but we already have Chip. You know this? The vast majority occurred when it wasn't even pushing. That's the thing that keeps me up at night. Is that I now I know we're entering flu season where it's only going to get worse. We've got Cove Idiot in Chief Trump. We've got Michael Video governor here in Florida. Ron Death Santa as a beach called and calling for football stadium to before the coach from Florida people shouting and well, and he's like that you have trump hold these. These these Providian rallies. He's death rallies chip where people are packed and belly to belly and screaming at the top of their lungs, and they're not wearing masks. I mean, look, I respect the First Amendment. I'm more than most people light, you know that. But there's a time and a place to get people together, packed in closely screaming. I mean, this is dangerous, and we've already seen scores of cases. That have been tracked to trump death rallies in the upper Midwest already translates into people's lives. People are dying because of it, and for the Trumpers that say Death is inevitable. I'll say Look at Japan 126 million people, and they have 600 deaths. That number. I think that's exactly right, Little okay, you know, let's actually make take a more extreme example than Japan has their crap together. Um, much more so than many nations. Let's take a look at those. I can't even say the words because I won't go there. The whole country. Mr Trump has like they're kicking our butt. Okay, look at all the countries in Africa, I another thing and Gary again. Thank you for your kind words. Another thing that used to keep me up at night was, Oh, my gosh. What's gonna happen in Africa? Now we're seeing that nightmare in India. It's a nightmare in India with all too many people getting sick and dying. I was gravely concerned about Africa and Grafica, Vietnam and other emerging nations. They are they are. They're destroying us. They're doing so much better. They're having way left of getting sick and dying. What do you think you know that because I think that people are being physically different. I think there were enough. I think there were enough and they probably don't have much travel in and out too. Right? So it's a little bit easier for them. No. Yeah, The world is full place Chip. I mean, look at look at what happened with Ebola. Okay, right. No, don't write. I do think, though that a lot more people and more. The more tropical or Warner emerging nations. They aren't inside an air conditioning is not a moment. What we saw in our country. Was this weird reverse now the meaning that the summer in the south like where I am in Florida. That's kind of like our winter because we all stay inside because we don't want to be outside. It's hot and humid. But now that whether it's changing it's cooler people in floor outside more with the infection's go down. And where are we? Seeing? This case is light up. Well, we're seeing them glide up where Trump hold his super spreader rallies. Dinging. We're also seeing it and cooler climate even in places like New York. I think Governor Cuomo doing a fabulous job. Bernard joins us out here on 80 88 10 on KGO with a question for Dr Dina Grace and Go ahead, Bernard. A little. Give me Amy. Okay? Yeah. You sound great. Goodbye. Okay. They sell a little flushing device at Walgreens. I was wondering Would that be helpful with this, Corbett? What's the device? I'm sorry. Can you repeat that again? A saltwater flushing device for your nose? That kind of thing? Yeah. You know, those kind of those kind of devices are helpful if you have symptoms of nasal congestion there. Ah, really great way to just basically flush out all the gunk. You know that the you know if you will out of your nose, but they're not going to help protect you against Krone virus. So you know that's something that if if you have them from their helpful otherwise, I wouldn't be flushing your nostrils with salt water every day unless you really want to. But it's not. Hi. Dan is going to join us from Lafayette with And I don't mean to pick on you right away down with some more misinformation,.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on KGO 810

"The South Bay. They've been building it right the first time for over 115 years there. Now back to Chip Franklin with Dr Dina Grayson on KGO 8 10. Well, not really, But I'm sorry that no, it's not your fault. Well, looked after five o'clock ce of Jeez, Come on, anyway. Dr Deena will be on with me on Thursday as she is every Thursday at five o'clock and taking questions and talking about the latest Pandemic and you know where we stand. Lindsey Graham is kind of soft balling me Cockney Barrett. Right now It is 20 minutes to nine in Washington D C So Obviously it's it's a little different. There are some other stories that are out there. I wanted to ask your question about Ah, Robert.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on KGO 810

"88 10 is our phone number. Dr Dina gracing us with us. Of course, you've put her on the show many times, the MD PhD expert in virology and, of course, and yet everything all these viral pandemic from H one n one Ebola and of course, Cove in 19 were taking phone calls Duck and let me go to to some of your your worries as well that you just just go to David and Tracy, David or Tracy and David. I'm not sure. Hey, David on thanks for the call. Hello, David, if we lose him Idiot. She's helping him cope Video. But what about these care idiots who are bringing these 90 year old? Ah, veterans to these events? I mean, I would never bring my mother or my father. One letter hasn't been anywhere since March except for a car ride and she don't even get out of the car. So I don't see why these people would even bring these veterans to an event because you know why I'll tell you I'll tell you, David. There was a time when people that age trusted Leaders. They trusted their government to tell them the truth and to have their back these airmen and woman that went to foreign theatres and risk their lives for democratic principles, not only for us but for our allies, allies that he turned his back on and spit on. So, yeah, they're believers, and so don't blame them or their families. For what this monster's doing any of it. He also just add that look, I agree with your color that you know you would hope that common sense will prevail. But when you also have Fox News, another right wing media pushing vary the deadly party lines and you actually have a doctor Dr Scott Atlas. Get remember Trump's been cycling through doctors that toe the party line and speaking nonsense. He said in there he has the herd mentality for herd immunity, and I know I'm with you. I mean, you would. You'd like to think that everyone would be Thinking rationally and reasonably, But you know these air folks, they have an opportunity to meet the president on day are told that it's safe to do it. Unfortunately, believe it, and I don't mean to yell at you didn t d l n Thanks for the car. Just stupid comments so common now you're right. You're no, You're totally right. It is a matter of outrage. Millipedes and Paul, you're on with Dr Dana Gray. Thank you, buddy. You're in with Dr Dina Grayson. Paul, go ahead. Hello, Paul. You're on buddy. Go. Oh, now, that's OK now why we drop into the loose ball. Goodbye and wait. We'll just finish up with you, Doc. So there's a couple things I want to talk to you about. One is, Trump said acknowledged with Fox yesterday. He was really, really sick. At one point and this you mentioned this to s over general on And this this anybody cocktail that he had It doesn't It doesn't kill the virus. It's not a cure. He mentioned cure a few times, but it's not a cure, right? No, it's absolutely not. In fact, it's completely unproven. So this is this is basically think about it like a manufactured version of convalescent plasma, and we've talked about this on the show in the past. Now calm. Listen. Playa also is unproven therapy. Let's be totally clear on that. There are no objective data such that proved that it works. If it does have some effect. It's probably pretty marginal or may only help certain folks, not everybody. I think the reason they gave it and I actually predicted it ahead of time on Twitter. I said, Look, this is likely what's gonna happen, You know, dropped a video. He's very likely going to get the antibody treatment. If he starts to get worse. Then he'll get ram death ofher. This is what happened because the reality is that something like this antibiotic therapy is generally going to be pretty safe. So you're not gonna have a virus for side effects, and if it works to provide the benefits and great but you know, it's not a cure and it certainly there's no evidence that a secure there's some evidence that it might maybe Reduce your risk of being hospitalized. If you have a wild night because we got about 30 seconds. How surprised are you at this apparent recovery?.

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"dr. dina" Discussed on KGO 810

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03:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr. dina" Discussed on KGO 810

"Older Americans are afraid of catching the virus. They don't want to die. And so they're common sense kicks it now. Not everybody. But, boy, you know. It's showing and pulling, and it should. I mean, you don't want to die and they see this guy's completely mangle. Muchas bumble butt mangled any kind of response to the new deadly virus. Thanks for jumping in like this, Celeste, But I just wanted your comments at the end of another conversation, and I know I'm getting the journalists upset. But I want to see them get upset. I'm tired of this. This forensic sort of analysis of this Americans had on your friends, your neighbors, your grant your parents or grandparents. Maybe you were going to die from something you didn't have to die from. And and it's because this president is a lying sociopath and people that support hima worse. They're worse. And that is not hyperbole. We'll talk numbers and evidence and science with anybody that wants to I'll see you next Thursday. Okay, Thank you so much, Doc. Appreciate it. That's the one and only Dr Dina Grayson, follow her on Twitter at Deena Grayson. O r dina Grayson dot com at Dr Denigration. Excuse me on Twitter. All right, So here's where we are. Okay? I mean, just so you understand where my frustration comes from. This is not a debate here, okay? There's when you talk about herd immunity. And you're talking about the number of people that need to become infected, so the virus in effect doesn't have any more bodies to go to. All that plays on the You know the premise to that people can't get infected twice. Well, now we're beginning to see some people can be infected twice. Not everybody dies and that's great. God forbid we get an avian bird flu. Something or like a smallpox thing. When you get 30 to 40% of people get it die. Then you start talking. There's apocalyptic scenarios, but still I mean, Let's assume that the six million number infected drawn And that it's more like 30 or 40 million, Okay? Because again so many people are asymptomatic. Many, many people will get just a small version of this. Kids are getting it now 25 to 45 year olds or getting it and they're dying. It's not just old people who are on their last legs. The president sends out people click Larry Kudlow, his economic advisor who's a failed Fox news business reporter. That's what he's done. He's he's hired sycophants. Who ll apathy T to Trump? Like it's God's milk. And you know, we have had more than 200,000. People die from love. Hear from a man you can hear I You know, I hope you're as upset as I am. You should be. Because it's not going to get better. Winter's coming Winter is coming. How 80 88 10 is a phone number for chip this kgo looking toe learn, then join.

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