35 Burst results for "Drill Down"

Aleks Svetski on Bitcoin as Sovereign Money

The Pomp Podcast

01:45 min | 21 hrs ago

Aleks Svetski on Bitcoin as Sovereign Money

"Our guys bang bang got ox here with what's going on man. What's up man. How are you No voice left sudden hung into this Were talking shortly after a pretty big news of el salvador about a four day period went from Announcing that they were going to create. Bitcoin is legal tender with nice within el salvador or accepted as legal tender Then they basically put forward a bill. They voted on it. They passed it. It's now legal tender. The president jumps on twitter spaces. He's time all kinds of answering questions. Like super candid Seemed like a pretty open book at some point. Mining comes up. He's like oh well. We've volcano a volcanic energy. That is one hundred percent renewable hundred percent clean zero emission And basically free. Maybe we could use that for mining twenty four hours later. he's literally already drilled. The well in mike seems like he's up to the races. What the hell is going on. Now this is. I mean el salvador. Bitcoin it's like the this space moves so fast it's like two weeks ago. The pope was like we can't use bitcoin two weeks later. We've got a country putting some bitcoin. Like talk me through like from what i understood. It's they're going to so they've made it legal tender people who don't want to hold bitcoin. They can actually sell it back to the government. So the governor's gonna hold bitcoin and give them fiat. Is that right so In all salvador and again this is a over generalization. But there's basically two banks that you're going to hear about your here about the central bank right or or kind of the the state balance sheet the reserves because they technically don't have they don't have their own currency so there's a reserve assets of the government. There's this development bank that is owned by the

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Group Swells to 20 Senators

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Bipartisan Infrastructure Group Swells to 20 Senators

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the bipartisan infrastructure group swells to twenty senators the bipartisan Senate group working on infrastructure compromise appeared to gain momentum Wednesday as the group doubled from ten senators to twenty as he was preparing to depart Geneva president Joe Biden told reporters I'm still hopeful we can put together cancer late Wednesday by did ministration officials were on Capitol Hill meeting with democratic senators in the bipartisan group drilling down on details of the compromise proposal earlier in the day Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer pushed ahead on the alternative Democrat only track that would seek to skirt the need for at least ten Republican votes to reach the sixty required to pass the package in the Senate Schumer convened a private meeting of Democrats on the Senate budget committee to set the groundwork for a majority passage process Mike Rossi Washington

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An Event That Struck Terror Into Portland Oregon Residents

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:06 min | 2 d ago

An Event That Struck Terror Into Portland Oregon Residents

"Over eighty years ago. Today people across america woke up to discover that the night before they had been the victim of a theatrical radio presentation. the date was october thirtieth. Nineteen thirty eight. The radio show was orson welles mercury on the air version of h. g. wells war of the worlds nineteen thirty. Eight war was brewing. As germany invaded austria japan was strongly aligned with the invader prior to world war two. It was forecast. That britain would suffer night air bombing attacks causing large numbers of civilian casualties and mass destruction. It was widely agreed that navigation targeting would be more difficult if manmade lights on the ground could be extinguished as early as july nineteen thirty eight. American citizens were urged to practice lights out beginning at dusk it would not be called blackout drills until nineteen thirty nine. Fear across the country as rumor spread about coming to the aid of our british allies. Should war break out that the sounds of war that came over the radio that october thirtieth nineteen thirty eight were not from europe but from mars. This was a live broadcast across america five. Pm in the west which would have made it eight pm eastern time meant. There was no time to warn the west about what was to come a wave of hysteria that swept across the united states at night before halloween as a realistic radio. Dramatization reached all the way to portland oregon. Two thousand five hundred miles from the scene. The fictional invasion the telephone switchboard of the oregonian newspaper was swamped by hundreds of excited calls. People rushed into the business offices of the newspaper demanding information. Hundreds of calls were made to the portland police wanting to know what protection the city offer. And what place might be safe in the event that wholesale destruction spread to the pacific coast.

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The Mannequin Heist

Pop Fashion

02:14 min | 6 d ago

The Mannequin Heist

"Karn-fm found this tweet. Recently i was like we. We have to tell the people about this. The tweet was marveling at this company in the uk called on with a k. I'll let you guess where the k- is they are a reseller of mannequins similar store displays and one of the ways they make money is by offering customers a drive through heist experience. I did not make up that phrase it is capital drive capital through capitol heist. That is what they call it. It is designed for people who are starting a business on a budget or have a creative project in mind and you basically get to pick off this giant pile of random parts that they call dollywood. It costs fifty british pounds. You get fifteen minutes. And i'm gonna read you some of the rules from the long list because the rules are very good. Please do please do. I've all the important ones about like. Keep your distance. You know all that these are the fun ones. Fill up your car boot to an wait. What the fuck shrunk so your car boot up to an estate car boot size without seats down okay. So no make an extra space is what they're saying where he's bring bin liners as it has been raining and body parts do their hollow. Nature often contain water. We do not want them to think in your car. You can bring a cordless drill to let water out no climbing the mountain. You must take bits and easy reach. Pick bits easily and carefully. You must not cause an avalanche a bit. They're big the bets. The bets pick the bits as you come round the road to park. Keep to the left as far as you can. In the event that mannequins fall down you are advised to wear gloves head protection. No toilets refreshments onsite heist. Remember we often get asked about hands. You are welcome to hands. But there is a limited five pairs per customer along with other parts under no circumstances whatsoever. Will you be able to fill your car boot with hands. Please don't ask.

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How Tech Might Clean up Concrete

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:05 min | Last week

How Tech Might Clean up Concrete

"Las vegas hosted. Its first in person in this week. Since the pandemic it's called world of concrete and it normally some sixty thousand engineers architects masons contractors not quite a full turn out this year but marketplace senior reporter. Matt levin was there i asked him what kind of tech he'd been seeing. There has been kind of a drive towards more automation. The construction industry still kind of old old school tech right. It's a lot of manual labor. Which is very intensive. And there's been a labor shortage for quite some time. The pandemic has somewhat exacerbated that and so there has been a drive among toolmakers to try to have some of the more labor intensive parts of construction be automated be done by robots. And you've got some sound of a robot. Alice about j. J. biden is a semi autonomous robot. Kind of looks like a meson bony without a driver's seat with a big hydraulic arm. Sticking up and then the hydraulic arm shoots up into the ceiling and starts drilling holes on. Its own so you load a digital plan of what the ceiling and the environment. The robot is working in looks at and then the robot pretty much takes care of the rest. It was pretty impressive to make concrete. You need cement which is responsible for eight percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Are you hearing much about sixteen ability there so some. I think i was expecting a little more conversation about it. I think it is notable head. The major cement manufacturers their trade group issued a statement in november they pledged to go carbon neutral by twenty fifty at that has symbolic importance. This is not an industry that's known for being the most environmentally conscious. The route to get there seems difficult because some men is inherently a carbon emitting substance

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Chris Paul Has Another Big Night, Suns Rout Nuggets 123-98

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Chris Paul Has Another Big Night, Suns Rout Nuggets 123-98

"The sun stretched to ten point halftime lead to as many as thirty one in the second half to defeat the nuggets one twenty three to ninety eight take a two games to none lead in their Western Conference semifinal series Chris Paul had seventeen points along with fifteen assists and zero turnovers the first player to do that in three career playoff games it's a credit to our coaching staff St Jude because things that we drilled all season long it's so nice to see when I come into play and in game form especially in the playoffs the Kali Uchis had twenty four points thirteen rebounds for the nuggets George scanner Phoenix

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Biden Administration Suspends Oil Leases in Arctic Refuge

WSJ What's News

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden Administration Suspends Oil Leases in Arctic Refuge

"Biden administration is suspending oil leases in the arctic national wildlife refuge in alaska that had been approved in the final days of the trump administration the interior department which oversees the program and the refuge said it will start a deeper analysis of the environmental impacts of drilling in the pristine nineteen million acre wilderness. Area

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Biden Suspends Oil Leases in Alaska's Arctic Refuge

WSJ What's News

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden Suspends Oil Leases in Alaska's Arctic Refuge

"Biden administration is suspending oil leases in the arctic national wildlife refuge in alaska that had been approved in the final days of the trump administration the interior department which oversees the program and the refuge said it will start a deeper analysis of the environmental impacts of drilling in the pristine nineteen million acre wilderness. Area

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Price Has 29 Saves, Canadiens Top Maple Leafs 3-1 in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Price Has 29 Saves, Canadiens Top Maple Leafs 3-1 in Game 7

"What drills on to the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs after beating two little three one in game seven at Scotiabank arena the Canadians reeled off three straight victories to overcome a three one service deficit and we're letting this one by one of the veterans Brendan Gallagher with his first of the series made one nothing after twenty minutes Corey Perry made it to nothing after the second period William Nylander spoiled the shutout bid of Carey price with just over ninety seconds remaining Montreal faces when a patient run number two starting Wednesday Oct join the debate Toronto

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Russia to Add 20 New Military Units to Counter NATO

Here & Now

00:18 sec | 2 weeks ago

Russia to Add 20 New Military Units to Counter NATO

"Capital. Russia's defense minister says the military will form 20 new units in the country's West this year to counter what he described as a growing threat from NATO. He points it a growing number of flights by U. S bombers. Deployments of NATO warships near Russia's borders and increasing drills by

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How to Make a Big Decision

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Make a Big Decision

"Today. We're looking at how to make a big decision and to help us do that. I'm joined as usual by dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing. I'm really good. And this is one of my favorite topics yuccas s. I think there's a saying in medicine. Good judgment comes from experience and experienced bad judgment. Experience might sometimes have fostered some improvement in my judgment. And i'd love to kind of share that with you. And i know this forest also is a topic that you have really engaged a lot in your own life including putting it into practice. Boy sure brought these principles down out of the ivory tower. And you know one thing. I was really interested in what you said. Is the tension between playing it. Save with the known versus taking a chance on the unknown. And i wondered if you could talk more about that. Yeah i think that there are some big themes that tend to come up inside of these conversations inside of these choices. When we're making decisions and something that i was kind of reflecting on prior to this conversation we were just talking about it a second ago before we started recording is how all of these decisions are different one school or another one person or another place deliver and other whatever but if you drill down deep enough they kind of all become very similar in terms of the process you can go through around making choices and these big themes tend to emerge over and over again and i do think that one of them is absolutely this tension between what you now in what you don't and they're kind of these different biases that are at play here. I talk a lot about bias on the podcast and one of the big ones survivorship bias which tends to tell people toward believing that things are going to work out. Okay if they take one of those big swings kinda like history is written by the winners yeah histories absolutely history is written by the including your personal history absolutely

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What Do We Know About Lockdown Drills?

The Academic Minute

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

What Do We Know About Lockdown Drills?

"Mass shootings in schools have led to a number of different policies practices and products being introduced into our nation's educational settings to help save lives in the event of another tragedy. This includes lockdown drills. Which are currently used in approximately ninety five percent of us schools news stories of drills gone wrong including teachers being shot with pellet guns and students exposed to the sounds of simulated gunfire and bloodied crisis. Actors have led to a number of calls to end these practices in schools most of the claims surrounding these practices however are not based in evidence. My research team. And i wanted to understand the impact of lockdown drills on the people who participate in them over the course of an academic school year. We worked within. New york's fifth largest school district in ministering surveys conducting lockdown drills and providing emergency preparedness training with more than twenty one thousand students and forty three hundred educators and community partners. Our research found that continued. Participation helps to build muscle memory. This helps the body be able to perform steps as trained even when cognitive functioning may be impaired by stress or some other factor more practice more steps were being conducted correctly. We also found that introducing training into the process helped improve feelings of preparedness because people knew not only what they needed to do. But why it was important. Perceptions of school safety did decrease over the course of the project but research shows that people are motivated to engage in protective behaviors. When they believe they or others are at harm taken together. Our research shows that lockdown drills one conducted in accordance with best practices are important tools for schools to be prepared for the very worst day at any other emergency. They may

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Coaching, Parenting, & Empowering Female Athletes With Alison Foley

ILOVETOWATCHYOUPLAY.COM

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Coaching, Parenting, & Empowering Female Athletes With Alison Foley

"Allison what is the number one difference between coaching girls and boys. Or what is the main when you when you start a talker. When you're starting to write the book what's the first thing that came to your mind about the differences. Really nothing on the field. I think between the lines. You run similar drills urine in similar exercises on tactically. You communicate the same. On the chalkboard halftime pre-game. It looks very similar. it is similar. I think the biggest difference is the emotional side to it in you know in communication and They they're both have their assets in terms of their strengths in in in their communication. And how they want to be communicated to and you know you think. There's a couple of examples that i put in the in the book you can say to know on picture day team picture day for the boys they all the big guys on the back all of them. Think you're the big guy. They are all gone. Big girls lineup. No choice of words and and it's it's a lot of it. Is the media hype. What what do we see. What do we see often on modeling. The guy side. It's these big muscular six four. You know ripped guys you know and let me see we see a lot of that's that really honoring you know smaller bodies and maybe a thinner and in girls see that in guys see that so we're apodictic social and agenda for sure So we need to be aware of that as coach and even even sometimes tone tone means a lot more than messaging specifically. I think with females. In how many times oceanside you gotta slow down to go to slow down. Take a look at that. Like how am. I going to slow down when the screaming at me with annexes your in your voice and you know we forget that processing comes in and then as i translate and try to execute that plays older friends so just being aware of that that that second quarter that goes with with boys and

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Yard Waste (MM #3714)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Yard Waste (MM #3714)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you've listened to podcast over the last few years, it's no secret. I'm not a big fan of yard work. I've been doing it most of my life and while I love to Outsource that if I can, I have been able to the last couple of years so my wife and I have been doing it and the biggest problem I'm having these days it's the yard waste in recent years as cities. Have been trying to reduce waste in their garbage dumps. They made it tougher for you to dispose of it here in Nashville. We have collection centers for yard waste. Some of them operated by the city, or at least, we used to have some operated by the city. Now, there's only one place, you can take your call by the city. We try to do that. A couple of weeks ago. Only to be told they were full and we'd have to come back at a later date. So there is a professional place. We can take it. So, we went out and did that yesterday and it was a hassle. It was a hassle because there was nobody there to help them, they were geared more towards bigger companies, not one guy with five bags of tree, trimmings and grass clippings and well, you know the drill. It's kind of frustrating. Yard waste is not fun, but they should make it easier for us to get rid of it. It couldn't be that hard. Could It Off?

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Yard Waste (MM #3714)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Yard Waste (MM #3714)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you've listened to podcast over the last few years, it's no secret. I'm not a big fan of yard work. I've been doing it most of my life and while I love to Outsource that if I can, I have been able to the last couple of years so my wife and I have been doing it and the biggest problem I'm having these days it's the yard waste in recent years as cities. Have been trying to reduce waste in their garbage dumps. They made it tougher for you to dispose of it here in Nashville. We have collection centers for yard waste. Some of them operated by the city, or at least, we used to have some operated by the city. Now, there's only one place, you can take your call by the city. We try to do that. A couple of weeks ago. Only to be told they were full and we'd have to come back at a later date. So there is a professional place. We can take it. So, we went out and did that yesterday and it was a hassle. It was a hassle because there was nobody there to help them, they were geared more towards bigger companies, not one guy with five bags of tree, trimmings and grass clippings and well, you know the drill. It's kind of frustrating. Yard waste is not fun, but they should make it easier for us to get rid of it. It couldn't be that hard. Could It Off?

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Debunking the Dirty Dozen

Talking Biotech Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

Debunking the Dirty Dozen

"Yeah this is great. I am so excited. Because i've been watching your videos and actually was very enthusiastically told to watch videos and was You have quite a following and it's really excellent. So i really wanna drill into this a little bit when let's start though it a little bit at the beginning. I've really appreciated your youtube channel. And it's been a really effective way to talk about some of these current issues especially around covet but something that you said on their earliest one episode. You posted said you weren't the best critical thinker in the world and the had some issues with some conspiracy. So what was the story on that. When i was younger. I kinda went onto the internet. Went onto youtube and got sucked into conspiracy world. I watched a documentary called loose change. Which is about. Nine eleven conspiracies and i fell hook line and sinker. I kind of became obsessed. Which is a little embarrassing. But you know then. I kind of went on my path of studying to be a biologist and Along the along the way. I realized that what was exciting about believing in conspiracy. Theories was the quest for truth searching for answers. And i realized that that's what scientists do. They search for answers but they actually find answers. You know they ask questions ask questions. And then they do experiments to find answers and then challenge the answers that they think they have to strengthen them further and so i quick. I not quickly. But i gradually went out of that mindset. I gradually went from being a with conspiracy theories on the level of bleeding them to being obsessed science. And how do how do i now help. People who are still conspiracy theorists realize what i took so long to realize

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SEC Distributes $23 Million to Each Member School to Offset COVID-19 Losses

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:39 min | Last month

SEC Distributes $23 Million to Each Member School to Offset COVID-19 Losses

"A statement. Not long afterwards saying i want to thank the jaguars for the opportunity to compete an earned the chance to be part of this team. I know it will be a challenge but it is a challenge i embrace. I am dedicated to taking the direction of our coaching staff and learning from my teammates. I appreciate everyone's support. Is i embark on this new journey. So the story coming out and we will be obviously talking about it this afternoon. We begin with mike dirocco. Who's been covering the story all day and then some for espn. Mike thank you very much. It's great to have you on. And i'm just gonna kick my feet up on the desk and listen to how the day begun in what has happened since then good afternoon. Thanks for having me Yeah i mean we had people on the field for the first time today signed this morning and out there wearing number eighty five and working out at tight end. Obviously this is just the offseason conditioning face to the off program next week. They start organized team activities on monday. That's what we'll kind of the whole team together throwing. Footballs and around getting a chance to see. What the former heisman trophy winner looks like it. Quarter at Tight end whether he's gonna be doing some blocking drills running around a chance to find the tibo tight end could've been well. Let's let's talk about What the club has said. And when will we hear next from urban. Meyer and tim tebow. Well i've been told the tvos probably not going to speak until training camp which would be the end of july At least publicly anyway and

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"The End of the End" of Abortion Rights

Hysteria

02:26 min | Last month

"The End of the End" of Abortion Rights

"It seems the troubling announcement from the supreme court. This week means we may be close to the end of the end of abortion rights in this country so when the supreme court announced that had had agreed to hear a case involving mississippi abortion ban people freaked out because that case directly challenges roe v wade and we really think it's important that more people have their hair on fire about this. Because this is not a drill so here today to help us better understand the stakes and help us. Wade through this emotional. Rollercoaster is the current sitting president of nero pro-choice america. Welcome back to the show at least hogue. Thanks for having me gals. Thank you so much for being here. You're the first person we wanted to talk to. When we heard that this case was being heard by the court so for those who might not understand. Can you explain how the outcome of the mississippi case will affect the future of roe v. Wade and why does the threat feel more real this time. Yeah i mean so with all the caveats that i am not a lawyer. But i'm surrounded by great ones You know my understanding of the legal elements of this case is that there is no way to uphold them. Mississippi law without overturning roe. So that is it's basically your thumbs up thumbs down vote on roe v wade You know. I think that part of what's happening here is people are i mean i know. All's speaking my eyes state and says i've been taught i'm grappling with the fact that you know we're sort of. We did everything that we could possibly do in terms of light slipping the senate and like getting the house back and getting rid of you know donald trump and we're really left with the stark reminder that his legacy is this court and that in fact the extreme forces including and especially anti-choice forces that put him in office got what they wanted and they have every ability to follow through with ending as you said legal abortion rates him. And we're really careful to say it that way because you don't end abortion as we know trio You just end abortion rights and put it out of reach trim some people and make it a lot more dangerous for

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"drill down" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"In water i want you to just consider the choices that you make on a daily basis for example choosing to do something that you don't want to do i get you still do it because you believe you have no choice uh you're in a job that you hate you keep going to it every day or at least the days that you're working and i you believe you're no choice because if you stop working at the job you won't have a medical insurance you won't have any money to buy food uh do you want have money to pay the rent or pay your mortgage or pay your utilities i mean there's all kinds of things to do with money there and if you quit your you'd lose that source of income and then you'd think wow i quit i mean this is what i look at why drill down into um challenges in our life when i quit that means i'll have no money if i have no money that means i'll have no food and shelter if i have no food and shelter i'll end up on the street and in a what what else stems from that i'll be alone nobody will wanna be with me i'll i'll be homeless and i won't be able to uh get warminster sheltered and i won't be able to eat and if i can't eat then allstar all soffer and i'll have to i don't know maybe i'll die best drilling down into the the problem so when it comes to light on going to work uh doing something that you hate just to make an income eat the root of the issue isn't necessarily at the surface level of hey i need to make an income so i better go to work it really boils down to s to survival i mean you may know this already but the idea of um feeling like you could actually die.

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"drill down" Discussed on I Do Podcast

I Do Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on I Do Podcast

"Under there are so many different answers to that question i think fed the general lesson for everyone and oroville question we should all be asking ourselves at any given moment in our life is what do i need what is going to be fulfilling to me and really setting aside all of those images of a what we conjured up as a perfect relationship and partnership whether that's longterm short term monogamous non monogamous what whatever it is just two two to think about what do i need what do i want to end oftentimes we don't do that um we worry about taking care of everything else and having the checklist of what we think perfection and i'll use that word in quotations looks like uh and then we try to fit ourselves into into that checklist as opposed to thinking about okay so what is it that i really need and how do i go about getting that in an important question and i guess to drill down on that sometimes we don't always know what we need are what we want so how can we do that selfexamination in a on honest way that's going to give us on us answer so that we can get the the right helping good on the right path i would say that the first thing we should probably do and and got that need to be a specific exercise per se but we need to really brainstorm we you know.

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"drill down" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on USA Today

"You go to that site you'll find a lot of free resources she'll signed a lot of links to spa courses the drill down deep into some of those top that i just mentioned like how to write a business plan how to find financing how to do marketing we have some webinars that you can also access so i encourage folks to look at that site also on that site is he quiz it's just a 10 question fund quiz that helps you gauge if you are the ripe time of person to start a business and not everybody is mmhmm so you have to do your homework it sounds like w how is the web in general making things easier as far as starting a business well one of the uh impacts of the web on the small business community is you know a couple of decades ago if you wanted to start a small business if you wanted to hang out your shingle chances are the kind of work he wanted to go into requires you to get a brick and mortar space you needed a storefront and if you needed a storefront than you were gonna have to buy it were you are going to have to lease it and therefore you were going to have to have the money to do so so with the whole online world now you can start an online business from your computer from your desk top without having to lay out that expense of opening a storefront so that is one big difference for folks and in some ways it's making it easier for a lot of people to start up a small business a lot less capital i guess mr retirement savings in in your business you know from a or a peace perspective if you are an older person starting the small business absolutely positively do not dip into your retirement savings.

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"drill down" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"A free to ask are we gonna see this thing drill down to the point where an actress concern around say well the rioters in the director road in this sexual singh and it really didn't need to be in the movies and make its flowing and you know it was because i'm a female or whatever you know you look at the sharon stone scenes and all those others uh showgirls um do you see any repercussion coming from that where you know actors and actresses are gonna say you know what that didn't need to happen and um i'm going to fall foul on it or even with future seen such as you know what's going on right now on different shows what are you see well you know i'm not sure about that a it serves there is the way that that shows are created you know in so many times away their put together you know the the market research tells them that they need to have this this amount of nudity or that that sort of amount of violence and that's that's what they need to bring in their audience and and i'm not so sure that basically if something's in a script and everybody's kind of agreed to at the actors in the riders and they've all seen the script before we start shooting and a everybody's agreed that that that this is the thing they're gonna do on that day i don't see very much repercussions for somebody after the fact coming along and saying you know that scene was written inappropriately now a lot of times there are nudity clauses that actor actor and while mostly actresses have where you know certain things are not allowed to be seen certain body parts are not allowed to be shown and i can see perhaps a situation where that might be something that's litigated but i'm not so sure that it's going to affect the way shows are written in hollywood um i don't think it's a i i don't like i said i don't think it's a situation where if everyone's agreed to.

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"drill down" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Do you have a problem you make lack confidence in what information you just provided or you may be uncertain about information you just provided so what i do dan is i typically will follow up with with another question in drill down to see does that concern go away does your answer does your response make sense or as i continue to probe been drove down do those clusters of deceptive behaviour remain and uh the more asked you about this the worst your behavior becomes and now i know i'm probably onto something quite significant so we we use this model really think of it as a a compass that guides us through that interview process it it leads the way or or a geiger counter or mining four nuggets of of uh informed russian and in so as i probe with my questions in observed behaviors interview now becomes a very dynamic process rather than just still list of prepared questions the interview now goes for your behaviour goats so it it it's not just a list of questions it's a very dynamic think on your feet process the i'm guided by behaviors i'm giving from you so um the cells like it's hard because although one had yet to ignore truth but then also you have to youth both watch in listen right to deception at the same time and that's that's hard so how do you do that how do you both observes in observed for to set the behavior in listen for deceptive new communication bought it it it it it's difficult it takes it cakes awareness it takes training takes experience in on a a great deal of focus in concentration dern.

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"drill down" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on USA Today

"If you go to that site you'll find a lot of free resources she'll signed a lot of links to spa courses the drill down deep into some of those topics that i just mentioned like how to write a business plan how to find financing how to do marketing we have some webinars that you can also access so i encourage folks to look at that site also on that site is he quiz it's just a 10 question fund quiz that helps you gauge if you are the ripe time of person to start a business and not everybody is um so you have to do your homework it sounds like w how is the web in general making things easier as far starting a business well one of the uh impacts of the web on the small business community is you know a couple of decades ago if you wanted to start a small business if you wanted to hang out your shingle chances are the kind of work he wanted to go into requires you to get a brick and mortar space you needed a storefront than if you needed a storefront than you were gonna have to buy it were you were going to have to lease it and therefore you were going to have to have the money to do so so with the whole online world now you can start an online business from your computer from your desk top without having to lay out that expense of opening a storefront so that is one big difference for folks and in some ways it's making it easier for a lot of people to start up a small business a lot less capital i guess just a retirement savings in in your business you know from aarp's perspective if you are an older person starting the small business absolutely positively do not dip into your retirement savings.

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"drill down" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on USA Today

"You go to that site you'll find a lot of free resources she'll signed a lot of links to spa courses to drill down deep into some of those topics that i just mentioned like how to write a business plan how to find financing how to do marketing we have some webinars that you can also access so i encourage folks to look at that site also on that site is a quiz it's just a ten questions fun quiz that helps you gauge if you are the ripe time a person to start a business and not everybody is um you have your homework it sounds like how is the web in general making things easier as far as starting a business well one of the uh impact of the web on the small business community is you know a couple of decades ago if you wanted to start a small business if you wanted to hang out your shingle chances are the kind of work he wanted to go into requires you to get a brick and mortar space you needed a storefront than if you needed a storefront than you were going to have to buy it where you were going to have to lease it and therefore you were going to have to have the money to do so so with the whole online world now you can start an online business from your computer from your desktop without having to lay out that expense of opening a storefront so that is one big difference for folks and in some ways it's making it easier for a lot of people to start up a small business a lot less capital i guess to retirement savings in in your business you know from a or appease perspective if you are an older person starting the small business absolutely positively do not dip into your retirement savings to do.

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"drill down" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Defective leader and people tell me what kinds of become an effective leader overnight no it's not a light switch it's more like a dimmer switch that over time he become decisive you begin to communicate clearly openly honestly instead of having you know assuming things were being passive aggressive you become a person who no longer reacts emotionally and you sent off at text her email that you later regret instead you respond strategically to situations and as an entrepreneur as an investor you are going to have stressful situations when the pu pits the fan and whether you wracked or respond determines whether people follow you or think that youri ineffective human and finally you've got to lead from the front now there was guys be disciplined not had this news button in the mornings you know not not chased the day where um your team sees that hey this person says one thing but does the other i think in a lot of those turnaround shows that you see on tv and one of my favorite ones as is kitchen nightmares they there are issues that come up about product in about marketing and will say will get your neighbors is easy example because the food will be bad or the men you'll be too big but when they drill down more it tends to be a recurring theme or the same story over and over again which is that there's no individual who is really in charge at the manager thinks that had chefs in charge the head chef thinks the owners in charge the owner thanks and when they're pressed on that issue and you could extrapolate this to any number of other private enterprises and when they do the shows he's turnaround shows it's barrestaurant a company uh they're tends to be an excuse that off near which is you won't trying to be collaborative i wanna make ever and feel like their ideas are included and i don't want them to feel like i'm jamming anything down there throat here how do you tell people to parse between being a leader or two separate that idea of being a leader from being other too heavyhanded are also just being an absentee you you know there's i'm so glad you brought that up most people think that leaders or someone has to be heavyhanded and pay icy and you do vets.

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"drill down" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on Super Station 101

"You this as we drill down on this as we drill down tonight and what happened today and what it means more importantly what it means paul manafort in his deputy rick gates they are in a lot of trouble man at eh no matter what there are manhattan there may not be any collusion right trump and and in in his campaign may not have done a damn thing with russia but i'll tell you what this paul manafort is a sleeves bag you talk about a dirty business man we'll we'll get into that but there are both in a lot of trouble they have been charged with horrible crimes we'll get into all of it but i have naively believed that no matter what you are politically i've said this from day one that no matter where you are politically we as each and every one of us as americans should want to know what a foreign government did in our election and each and every one of us as americans new whether war republican or democrat right conservative or liberal right we should wanna know if anybody in america if anybody on our side cooperated with the russians colluded with the russians i naively believed that all of us want to know that and i've always naively believed that no matter what our political persuasion it should anger each and every one of us republican and democrat if in fact a foreign government tried to influence our elections i have said from the beginning and i'm in his state added i am a trump supporter but it would anger me to the high heavens if russia tried to influence if any foreign government tried to influence our wins and i'll tell you what it should anger every one of us no matter what political side were on if anybody in america somebody on hilary's campaign or somebody on trump's campaign actually worked with a foreign government to influence our election now what came down today kind of moves us a little bit toward some potential truth i can tell you i don't believe don't believe that you're it it won't what you're going to hear on fox news that this is what happened today proves that trump is innocent don't believe that crap that people on fox news.

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"drill down" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"Well that's what exactly why i'm asking the question and digging deeper into it um hydrogen is quite flammable how do you control the flammability so our systems are designed with pretty rigorous hazard analyses usually we try to have what we do have three layers of protection against any sort of incident so just like a gasolinepowered car has its own dangers hydrogen is the same way so you you just have to know what the dangers are and then designed for them so things like making sure that you have detection in place such that if you have a leak you can see it before the hydrogen builds up to a flammable level things like i saw your website that power plants use these generators explain how a situation where that a power plant this using it now and how they're using it how that works so they are actually using it for cooling phnom hydrogen as a as a very good he capacity in so it's very efficient at cooling these generators typically oil an oil coal and gasfired power plants are either air cooled or hydrogencooled and it's i think more than half of them are hydrogencooled because the plant can operate at a more a higher efficiency if there hydrogencooled cell for the layperson the doesn't doesn't have the depth of chemical knowledge that you have can you drill down on that a little more detail so am basically you have this turban the generating power and it's also generating heat and so you have to have some sort of circulating fluid to cool that back down and in this case because hydrogen is so efficient that doing that they've designed the turban for that purpose.

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"drill down" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"It's hard to think about the first time i heard the monster match because i feel that the monster meshes one of those songs that has always been with us you know i i think it's a song that i was born knowing like the national anthem it's just it's just it's in your bloodstream it's a part of the culture i do know that the first time i paid a lot of attention to the monster mash was when i was in a band in high school and we were hired to play a halloween party and the very first thought that we all had as well we got to learn the monster match we're going to play all we party we got to know that song and so i really drill down on it i played drums and it's a great trump part if you're not gonna started off with chains on the ground and blowing bubbles in a straw which you should do if you're quite a party it could let's just people don't know what's happening uh it starts off with a phil and then a drum grew and if you're quite a halloween party people should know ray away oh it's a monster past light mile and he played for my monster from his eyes and while we're hearing a guy doing his best boris karloff the russian that's for sure we're hearing a very basic song usac louie i mean they they knew what they were doing they were like we are not attracting too much attention to any of the musical aspects of this song it is all about the karloff and it is all about the words.

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"drill down" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Helping the investor and all of the partners and other people read your business plan understand what your vision and objectives are will make it much much more clear in their has exactly what the market is that you're going after and two indeed identify that there is a need in that market going through this process yourself will also help you to understand is this really were i should be focusing my ten i see a lot of young designed businesses almost instinctively go after the luxury end of the market they think if i'm going to work in fashion i need to be luxury actually you on reflection a lot of designers discovered that the products they are creating might be better suited to other segments of the market like the contemporary segment you know if you can bring for example a high fashion point of view to a lo lower price point are more accessible price point the not by me a really interesting vision our objective for your business you're finding that opportunity so once you've identified the vision and objectives of your business the specific opportunity that you're going after it's important in part three of a business plan to drill down into the market and competitive landscape and this section of the business plan really goes through that market in detail how big is the market how quickly as a growing what evidence do you have that this part of the market is an interesting opportunity investors will wanna know who are the other competitors in the market.

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"drill down" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Hina worth individuals have a much broader investment set that they can choose from when you're trying to customize it the downside of it was that there was always that intermediary dot human adviser and if you're behavioral finance person you say okay so generally speaking i know about the issues of the end client and i'm going to try and be fixing them as part of my role but then i also have the adviser and so rather than a one body problem i've got a to body problem into body problems are much more complicated right in one body shirts so i enjoyed it but i i was lacking sort of a a good empirical feedback loop we weren't sure whether or not what we were doing was helping customers we weren't sure how what effect it was having on the advisors in the relationship so is a little bit of a a lack of a highfidelity feedback loop which i saw the possibility for here so the number one hypothesis was most of behavioral finance operates in some rome were either they look at a lot of observed behavior so if you look at trading behavior of individual investors mutual fund flows you have this sort of natural world thing we say there's a lot of there's a lot of apparent mistakes going on here but we can't drill down into precisely why and at the other end of the spectrum you have sort of toy laboratory experiments by psychologists saying when you present people with these gambles in this format this is how they miss make decisions and bringing this together finding the middle ground where we can say yes if we tweak the interface that investors are using to make these decisions because we have this psychology theory about how they about making decisions do we see a change in behaviour do we see a change in happens and if that's true feedback into it so a big part of it was of my my joining was i wanted to see if we could do this effectively in the real world in a in a kind of scientifically rigorous fashion.

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"drill down" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That like you know 35 percent of consumers the tire country had a collection of some sort on their credit and then there was additional data that when you drill down on it that showed that nearly fifty percent of the vat a residence it was like you know forty eight point something percent of nevada residents had a collection of some sort in their credit don't you just scary you know 'cause if you're in a car with some are you're sitting there listening to the radio somebody younan there to you one of you as something collection related on your credit right it's a little frightening most of what people deal with on their collection on on on your credit report as it relates to collections or medical collections and there are plenty of people that come in that of otherwise really clean credit reports that have justin medical collections i can always tell when and this is something we always pay attention to when someone's got collections always look at a report and go what kind of collections are on the report this is one of my teaching techniques with people that work for us you know will look at the collections and also all of collections and the people that worked for me initial goal i i don't know what kind of questions a real boss what kind of close really like okay well who's the original creditor goal desert orthopedic orthopedic associates or some dentist or whatever like okay let's talk about that let's build a spreadsheet let's talk about who the original creditors are where's the problem or these credit cards or they medical deaths and then you know we can build our own statistics in our own information that information is power.

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"drill down" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"End all kind of wrap up with some some more details on on that again but you know the ftc release them startling statistics a few years ago i wanna say this is like 2013 may be ended two thousand thirteen that said that like you know 35 percent of consumers the entire country had a collection of some sort on their credit and then there was additional data that when you drill down on it that showed that nearly fifty percent of the vat a residence it was like you know forty eight point something percent of nevada residents had a collection of some sort in their credit don't you just scary you know because if you're in a car with some are you're sitting there listening to the radio somebody younan there are two you one of you as something collection related on your credit right it's it's a frightening most of what people deal with under collection but on on on your credit report as it relates to collections or medical collections and there are plenty of people that come in that have otherwise really clean credit reports that have justin medical collections i can always tell when and this is something we always pay attention to when someone's got collections always look get a report and go what kind of collections are on the report this is one of my teaching techniques with people that work for us in a will look at the collections and also organic collections and the people that worked for me initial goal i i don't know what kind of questions i don't know boss what kind of we the goal cable who's the original creditor goal desert orthopedic orthopedic associates or some dentist or whatever like okay let's talk about that let's build a spreadsheet let's talk about who the original creditors are where's the problem or these credit cards or the medical deaths and then you know we can build our own statistics in our own information that information is power.

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"drill down" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Mines and we're not just talking about when they make an internet cycler now that's different or parents who have those still moslems who when senseless violence it's no shutting here should wear iran wants to drill down wild to really for for many of whom note when you're paranoid people in our distress will russell students blows oranges on socks the water i should revenge his name steel nobler soft each or are we talked about earlier sugar gay scandal that was you know to serve cheating on sunday since him out the door to you know selfish reasons such as for subjects he there's no easy to tribal reliance on teaches but then you have the misery reasons lucky basile like no who so let me he has recently sold on how never how real just lost it i think she just losses showcase someone some souls and evening grace on costs were granola bar the room still though know who's hurworth no production i find it to be fair that was more of a smuggled in a steel but i think it's does fall into the same jeddah gory now our our our regrets via charter alliance or gers new abundance.

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"drill down" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"drill down" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Music because it give us his it is the universe a platform so and it does highlight some of the records that people would have heard of there's many at times upside especially as i oh cool my heels in going out a lot like i love who learning new music i still file the charts and you know use are a lot of the industry tools even though i'm not like over the active in going out to the parties but i learn music i learn new music found what's happening and what it's nominated of things i've never heard before used used the word ugliness in relation to the business end and i i think that's necessary that we have to drill down on an on a certain level i health in march i feel that have a responsibility especially for any young woman wants to work missed this just give music business or radio or whatever i always hit them down and let them know the realities of certain decisions to going to have to make regarding their integrity versus their profession and it's worse as best you can tell live explain it what well women specifically having to deal with other than the obvious just being proposition well personally for me i was so you know it's how many people coming tear office and feel like it's okay to just but they're penis on your desk and be like hey what's happening but what you're being literal i'm being literal going into bosses offices one of you know marketing twins approved a budget signed off on inning they say hey turn around and see which working with today if oh even get to the business side so i had to change up my own game and how i approached men and in the office an outside of the office typically i would call myself a very friendly ongoing.

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