35 Burst results for "EKO"

"eko" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

05:54 min | 11 months ago

"eko" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"They have moments of dialogue. Where you can tell. They're supposed to connect as mentor student. Are they don't you like. They have a lot of emotional waste just because they happen so quickly like the emotional ups and downs on it. Yeah there are several moments that don't feel genuine like why he gives them the pep talk in the middle of the fighting. The cyclops like. There's no time for hercules sudden turnaround but it is so sudden and outside. He's like using his wits instead of his strength. Which is which is a cool idea. But we don't see him think it's through at all like have a moment of like deciding to leave himself again. I hate to say it but at that moment almost serves better in guardians of the galaxy to win near the end when chris pratt. You know star orders gang being echo in the things are going through and everyone's getting crushed by eko in all do says since i don't fly the arrow with my head i fly with my heart and that instantly made propels Chris pratt to be like and what we then see is a montage of him. Hanging on every one of the members of the people of the ravages of the gardens and then he's like the last person we we think he does monitor. she shouldn't have broken my walkman and kill. Kill my mom. Whatever and instantly he gets the the energy go forward and not using his wits using his heart because he loves all those people and protect the people he cares about. I feel like something like that probably would have made it much more genuine. I did bump on that. That was my notes to of that particular scene as well that he just kind of shows are nowhere in his speech. Doesn't give anything like. I'm ready to go the distance. How about this isn't about coen distances. About not donny. Yeah it's like there's so much we don't see much of what's going on and hercules head about either or his heart because he's just been dealt such huge emotional blows aunties physically drains of his strength. Which is what is kind of like put his identity in coins like his any is being the hero and for the first time. He can't do that. This kind of iraq. Because he said when he was younger the wind was to be normal. Now the but it's horrible on any. Can't he's helpless to or he thinks he's helpless to do anything to help other people. There's there's so much that they could have explored in in that part of the movie dot com rush or lost over for the put in like the comedic moment..

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Should ecocide become an international crime?

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Should ecocide become an international crime?

"The international criminal court at the hague in the netherlands prosecutes only four categories of crime genocide crimes against humanity the crime of aggression and war crimes but in june an international panel of lawyers proposed a definition of a new type of international crime. I can summarize it and what the definition says is that causing widespread severe or long lasting damage to the environment is the crime of echo side. Alex whiting of harvard law. School served on the panel. He says that for the international criminal court to prosecute people for crimes of eko side nations will need to adopt and ratify an amendment to the courts. Charter getting to that. Point could take years of debate and deliberation getting states to agree to this to bind themselves to an international agreement to an international crime is a long complicated process but getting started is important. He says already the work they've done to define eko side. As an international crime is motivating nations to think about their own environmental laws. And it's sparking debate about new ways to hold people accountable for polluting. The atmosphere and harming the earth

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Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

"Does that say for our public. Health officials that someone like peter desk is able to insert himself is able to put himself into what is supposed to be a scientific journal and published a statement that covers his own interests but actually have has lose focus on china and focus on masks or vaccines are mass inoculation. The wuhan institute of veracity received six hundred thousand dollars from a five year three million plus grant that vanity fair said eko health alliance. Stop from wire. Where did they get it from the us national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. Which is headed up by tony. Thoug- so tony. She gave dacix the money to the eco health. Alliance the echo health alliance. Then gave it to the wuhan into the variety and they're they're then trading love letters like pen pals in their email saying hey thanks pal for covering our back year because we don't want people to know that we were actually involved in pushing the natural order in putting science of above morality that actually ended up having a leak which is now infected. The entire planet. Dr peter data if you go to ito eko health alliance dot org. It shows this long bio from him. And you start to realize that this man might have the disguise or the camouflage of being a medical doctor with dr. peter. Dasent is the ultimate mad evil. Scientists is the man behind the man that coordinates all of the things that foul. She can't do because technically he's restrained as being a government. Employee data is able to call the prime ministers of other countries. He's able to orchestrate lockdown type programs.

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"eko" Discussed on Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"eko" Discussed on Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

"It's the best times of our lives to humanity. Never had a batter batter better than now where there was these. Few fringe dwellers right in genetically sensitive people not even necessarily spiritual people but people who picked up on like wait. Wait wait something a white this is this is kind of fake and there is what were i see a big big relief now because with all the all the people that we work with dose who have been feeling the most separated or at the most Say you know like they don't belong of it in deir actually starting to feel relieved and feel healing now because they can see now that what they have been. Picking up on all along wasn't fantasy. Okay feeling confirmed now it is unfortunately also the reason why we have such a strong in a conspiracy theories and fanaticism because you have a considerable amount of people who have no training in how to discipline their minds. Okay and The eagle mind has that tendency that when there is no way to contextualized things or make sense of things that are going on that it starts creating things it starts to fill in the gap so we got to be very careful when we say. These things. Such as spiritual awakening evolution. Is you know the way to go. It is but this needs to happen with a considerable amount of work and this when we come back to the shadow aspects because if we don't have that discipline of our mind where we actually report to ourselves where we have tools You know we have trained ourselves to look beyond that reptilian part of us that we all have we all have. That part is our nervous system is designed. Now that's how eko was designed some of the psychological and biological Mechanics designed that way that in times of stress reliever revert back to simpler computing. If you will if we don't have the training but for example of mindfulness controlling our breathing or heartbeat stimulating of vegas of available system..

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Art and Climate Fatigue

Think: Sustainability

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Art and Climate Fatigue

"My name's zoe set a kiss ski. And i'm a senior electra. At the school of design at ut and a lot of my research is around how we can visually communicate ecological issues like climate change and biodiversity loss in a way that engages people in mexican think about action that they can take and ways that we could adapt to live differently for a more sustainable future. So what is comet fatigue. And why don't we feel it. Yeah climate fatigue and eko anxiety. This lots of tomes for these things And it's it's very real. I mean i feel a sense of grief and anxiety often in the research that i do But i think what's really important is starting to accept and engage with those feelings and not hide behind them feeling the feelings it seems straightforward but when we're experiencing such lodge ecological shifts at a rapid right. Zoe explains that. We must reckon with the inevitable. Greif of that experience in order to create change. One of the. I guess the the incredible moments for me. We call it a disorienting dilemma was. When i'd been overseas i was on a research trip overseas in november twenty nine and so i actually missed the start of the those horrific bushfires that blackened seve knee and i arrived at after a month of being away and as the plane flew into sydney. I just saw the red sun that you could barely see through. And i felt broken because i was homesick. Can i was ready to come home. But i flew into a home that i no longer recognized. There's a term for the switches. Solis style and it's a feeling of homesickness for a place that you a still with eaton

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"eko" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"eko" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Jo-john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. All right so we have a story today. That's definitely worth spending some time on concerning. The origins of the corona virus apparently an outlet called intercept. You read the intercept john. Actually i do. Sometimes they do a lot of good investigative reporting. They obtained some documents through a freedom of information act request a previously unpublished. Eko help alliance grant proposal. We know about eko help alliance nonprofit organization that gets money from our government in this case the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases which is run by the prestigious doctor. Vouching the proposal requests. Three point one million dollars for a project called understanding the risk back corona virus emergence which involved screening thousands of lab workers for novel bat corona viruses. The grant was awarded for five years but subsequently renewed before being suspended by the trump administration in two thousand nineteen the proposal..

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"eko" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"eko" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Understand what's going young any with printed out fan fiction. Oh yeah bit. I wonder if we're still have that stuff. I should look. most sites. Do have reading systems like the mpaa almost and you can i some of them especially like geared towards a younger audience to have settings that you can set up so that you can prevent children from getting exposed to some of those things if that's something you're worried about. Some of them are less effective than others. but some states don't allow adult material. I kept getting a chuckle out of they would say fan fiction dot net because there is adult fan fiction dot net. But that's where i stumbled onto mysexy. Lower the ring. Just ingred beef. You hadn't done that. Oh who knows where you'd be. I'd be lost lost at sea. Fan fiction has also led to so so so many academic studies. You've got the writing and reading are fan fiction in transformation theory by then steen noise of purdue. This one's really interesting because it talks about how fan fiction does not need the world described. That part is already done for. You are seeing if we're talking about a visual medium so like the same is true with the characters the past the memories their motivations the readers all know this universe how it looks it's rules this means that it's extremely immersive right off the bat like you don't have to spend time setting that up everyone's kind of seeing the same thing which i didn't really think about but that that's again kind of that communal aspect you're entering into this world that you already know and it's it's there for you and then they're playing with the characters within the rules within it. Yeah you've got nice backdrop already set up for you like a canvas exactly. Yeah i was really interested in this study slash clear. Utopia by dr eko willis out of the university of bristol. Here's a quote from that one. The reader has to decide. Not only what readings with the show are possible. But what is possible in a fictional universe and this decision must necessarily engage. What she believes is possible in her own universe and you know as clear people that is kind of pits perfect for our media consumption experience sort of deciding what things look like within our own understandings of ourselves and how that is reflective on these characters that we are coming up with scenarios for and letting it play out some of the other studies. We found suggested that writing fan fiction can help. Foster empathy can decrease feelings of depression and isolation can improve self esteem and overall psychological. Well being which is all pretty good and fan fiction does like i mentioned earlier. You do have that review function in my experience with it is. It was generally a very positive community. I did live in fear of the flame. The bad review but generally most people really encouraging or are appreciative. And it was a really. I had a really good experience with the community and perhaps that does go back to it being mostly women. It's like a little slice of a woman only internet. I'm what would the internet looked like. It was just women. I think it will be a less toxic place but seems like fan. Fiction is a place where they've kind of tested that out a little bit it yes absolutely and because of that. It has drawn like a lot of criticism. Derision a lot of fear it's widely disparaged and misunderstood some of the popular stereotypes of arguments against fan fiction include. It's a much nerds socialize. Nope all fan fiction is pornographic slash written by st teenage. Girls are middle aged men depending on who. You're listening to also not true. All fan fiction is written by horny teenage girls in largely illiterate and immoral. Oh yeah don't lemme also not true and again. Stop writing about someone else's character start writing your own thing and again. It's not about that. But how did we get here. Well the history fiction probably goes.

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How Eco-Friendly is Fashion Rental, Really?

Wardrobe Crisis

01:58 min | 1 year ago

How Eco-Friendly is Fashion Rental, Really?

"Very excited to bring you this new episode all about fashion rental and how sustainable is have you been reading all these headlines questioning sustainability credentials. Because i've been everywhere. Now the popular angle was you may as well throw your clothes away. Because rental isn't eko wrought What do you think of this. His a selection of headlines and leads from popular media on this topic. The guardian went with a study has revealed that renting clothes long touted as one of the inverted. Commas onces to fashions sustainability crisis is worse for the planet then throwing them away dazed reported on the harmful environmental impacts of clothes jazz from transportation to upkeep glamour magazine. They said renting your has just been cooled out as the least environmentally friendly fashion option. And so on now all of this came out of the publication. In a finnish scientific journal of a study by five researchers from looked university led by jakko lebanon. He and his colleagues villa usa. Tallow anna harry curran and lassie linen compared the environmental impacts of five different scenarios around owning and disposing of clothes these included renting resale and recycling. Now when you do a study like this you got to make some decisions about ways dot and you'll methodology like what kind of garment we a cat. Where is it made. What's it made from. And where does it travel. So what market is it being sold or rented or recycled in an what's your average baseline for usage like. How often does it get worn. The research has decided on a pair of jeans made in bangladesh and consumed or rented or accessed in europe.

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"eko" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"eko" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Are amazing no nothing like it. Can't we just can't we just can't us. Oh man i mean it just means we've got more work. We got somewhere to go. The government do stars. Give us a little. Pick me up for god's sake Barb nineteen ninety-four says love at all. I've always loved the big ones. Love placations so much and actually now really wanna go to some of the places they cover changed my life. I just hope we all get to go to some of these places and and keep us posted. If you do end up planning trips. I wanna hear about him. Let's see. I'm gonna look at some emails here but amanda i just want to check in with you about the galapagos. I know it bumped itself up to your number one. Are you still feeling that way. It's on my bucket list. One hundred percent so. Yeah i could see myself. For a fiftieth birthday had out to the galapagos. That's great yeah. Chartering eko ventura for my twenty closest podcast listeners. And taken off seen some animals sure. Sure how 'bout you yet no. The galapagos seem seem really seem really awesome of all the places we've gone. I don't know if it's my number one. It's definitely like bucket lists material because it is such a to do to get there And i think something like a luxury cruise mixed with you know stopping at some islands and kind of getting a sense of of the life. There would be the perfect the perfect blend. But i'm still kind of like you know p is kinda. My number one still seemed awesome. And i might say like we'll have to recap next week and just like pick are the one. We're we're definitely going to next at berlin is also still really up there. I just think all the history would be so fun. And i'm going to let you know i'm laying on a little secret. The more i think about it the kimberley is still really cool to me. I think the kimberley would be a really cool spot. As would bermuda bermuda steps. Now for me. I have to say it's dip below the galapagos if i'm going islands fair. That's fair the kimberly. I still love the kimberley. But i have to say as someone who's never been to australia. I don't know if it's my first..

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"eko" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"eko" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Build your own amazon. When i worked as an engineer at amazon. I would arrive at the office every day before. Six thirty am amazon's. Enormous campus is in downtown seattle. The company expands across the city like a massive growing organism composed of towering buildings and eko spears. The constant wet mist of seattle always seems lighter with an amazon campus. Perhaps thinned by the optimism that amazon inspires in its workforce. Yes amazon is truly inspiring for all the cynical headlines. The longevity of the workforce speaks for itself brilliant people stay employed at amazon longer than they stay with religion. The culture is more rewarding and the tenants are more modern. I stayed at amazon for eight months. I think of my time. There is a kind of cultural immersion. Like study abroad in a foreign land. Eight months is longer than a good affair and shorter than a bad marriage. Eight months was long enough for amazon to become a part of me. You can take the entrepreneur out of amazon but you can't take amazon out of the entrepreneur. It's six thirty. Am there's no traffic as you drive across the bridge from bellevue to seattle podcasts. Sound better at six thirty a. m. at six thirty. Am even the amazon. Workforce is still rubbing the sleep out of its is before beginning their march into the office. Parking amazon cost me twenty five dollars per day. A daily reminder of amazon's prideful frugality. My blue badge gave me access to most of the buildings across the sweeping campus. It was like having a ticket to a huge theme park and at six thirty. Am i had all the rights to myself.

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Build Your Own Amazon

Software Engineering Daily

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Build Your Own Amazon

"Build your own amazon. When i worked as an engineer at amazon. I would arrive at the office every day before. Six thirty am amazon's. Enormous campus is in downtown seattle. The company expands across the city like a massive growing organism composed of towering buildings and eko spears. The constant wet mist of seattle always seems lighter with an amazon campus. Perhaps thinned by the optimism that amazon inspires in its workforce. Yes amazon is truly inspiring for all the cynical headlines. The longevity of the workforce speaks for itself brilliant people stay employed at amazon longer than they stay with religion. The culture is more rewarding and the tenants are more modern. I stayed at amazon for eight months. I think of my time. There is a kind of cultural immersion. Like study abroad in a foreign land. Eight months is longer than a good affair and shorter than a bad marriage. Eight months was long enough for amazon to become a part of me. You can take the entrepreneur out of amazon but you can't take amazon out of the entrepreneur. It's six thirty. Am there's no traffic as you drive across the bridge from bellevue to seattle podcasts. Sound better at six thirty a. m. at six thirty. Am even the amazon. Workforce is still rubbing the sleep out of its is before beginning their march into the office. Parking amazon cost me twenty five dollars per day. A daily reminder of amazon's prideful frugality. My blue badge gave me access to most of the buildings across the sweeping campus. It was like having a ticket to a huge theme park and at six thirty. Am i had all the rights to myself.

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A CompasGiving

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

06:29 min | 2 years ago

A CompasGiving

"To announce but pse for brown men we are your host. This is this year my name is relevant and this is a podcast about brown men talking about issues that matter to you we talk about things that we don't usually talk about in the brown communities. We're just three regular kompass sharing our experiences to inspire positive chains combine. We have one ready for you. Welcome back to las campus lounge in today's episode. We're gonna be talking about thanksgiving Would it means to us how we how we celebrated growing up and how we celebrate it now and will. We hope to pass onto the next generation. Yeah thanksgiving man. you know. it's had its evolution with me you know and with with my partners over the years and And my family. You know and thanksgiving. First and foremost is family time That's what it is for me as an individual as a family man and with that we can't Ignore the historical facts. And maybe some folks don't know the historical facts As kids growing up you know we were. We were taught the fantasy that the pilgrims sat down with What the native americans and broke bread literally and had a feast. Because the native americans you know helped out the the pilgrims and whatnot otherwise they would have died in the in their first winters in in Ekos well that's like. I said that that's actually a a fairytale. The reality is thanksgiving was actually a celebration of the european american the white settlers after they basically slaughtered a group of indians a group of americans and after they did that the after the european american settlers did that they feasted they. They celebrated the kill basically and that became a an annual tradition. You know of celebrating. Celebrating the the coin conquest of a group of native americans and along the way the celebration began to lose its history and it became What we call a tradition and a tradition is basically so then that's passed on from generation to generation where you forget the historical origin that is origins of thanksgiving here. In the united states of america is basically the slaughtering in massacring of native americans. That's the real story behind thanksgiving. I know it's it's an ugly truth that people don't want to hear to wanna talk about probably don't even know. But that's the reality you know and for me knowing that it's a mixed feeling for me Thanksgiving that's why with myself my family and my circles. We usually don't call thanksgiving. We sometimes just called. Thanks taking But now they're boulder. I'm a little mark more gutter baldo on. Just call it family. You know it's It's family day. Well that's really. Well put because a growing up. I was fair. That fantasy of we really make costumes in elementary school of the little feather and and a pilgrim hat and we had plays and that was really beautiful. It was it was something You know. I believed in as a little kid and then and then You grow up and you're coming up as a as a young kid in east. La and your mom and dad first generation. He got knows and they did their part. I think in a from a good place to do some assimilation so to speak and he said okay. Well here in the united states We do thank the we or a you know. We do thanksgiving in terms of a turkey and all that but and she knew we loved it right. It was really good and it was a good way to bring in Bring us all into the table right. Food brings people together. And that's that's very true for the latino community and and of course he would add flavor to it right. You know don molly s and other traditional foods but in mexico. Yeah you don't celebrate thanksgiving the way the way. It's celebrated here in the united states. But like you ruben. I once i started learning the reality of the origins of thanksgiving it. it's i struggled with it as a young man. And now's a older man. I i don't struggle with it as much. I just try to think about what. How do we use this day and for family. You know like you said we've been. How do we use and adopt to this day for family and try to look at the good side of the tradition because after all what does it mean to us now as grown men. We're creating our own traditions for families. We're creating our own celebrations if you will of a holiday a national holiday in how we know like it or not. We're here in the united states and like it or not. We have kids and like it or not. We have to struggle with this kind of stuff and it kinda sucks a little bit because You kind of want to tell your kids that the origins but hall soon. And i guess we'll talk about that later put but anyways so for me what it means really is just like you said it's about family. It's about being thankful and not necessarily trying to stir up negative thoughts or feelings about a historical the historical events because then that just pisses me off and puts me in a really bad mood and not want to do that to my family.

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"eko" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"So we. Way Enable a lot of companies to collaborate with with contractors and subcontractors. On on different projects and jobs in the lack can had a lot of success waking franchise dicta. Roadside assistance, which is. roadside assistance facility management, and and the like and And also using our events in hospitality. Businesses. At night sort of a little bit of a drink, your champagne or eight urine. We. What's that one cold? A I see. Now Websites Eko dot systems. Can you have to check that one out to? Okay. Now, what's the best way to keep a project on track? Leaving aside cove. personally my background is. Financial Adviser for the best part of eighteen years and I think the best way to Cape a project or client of on track is to manage expectations from the beginning to ensure that. Every touch point That lades communicating the knicks tip. Cuts out any gray Meta. Enables that person just to simply take stock of way that project is at what the next step requires? And just help them just put that one step forward without out with minimal effort really and I think. Particularly with. Clients. Is if they're being asked to take a next step. Respect them and explain to them why why is your collecting that? That pace of. Information. Why. These that you're asking them to pot waste. X. Amount of dollars and so forth. I think guy, you can always eliminate shock. In terms of way you headed with someone or a project it just makes people much stronger in in working with you to to get to the eventual outcome. It's interesting that sort of a lot like respect you know isn't it that it's like what I'm yergin was saying about those connection requests that people make that if you adjust hitting the the same about all the time and not actually taking the time and if it to to respect other people, then you're not going to get the respect that you want in response that if you actually do take the time in any communications that you. Okay, this is why I'm communicating with you. This is the outcome that both of us can achieve at the end of the day. Then you'll get you'll you'll get a much greater a likelihood of achieving that outcome. So Yang was the best way to keep a project on track. To respect the other people. Yeah comes back to trust I think trust is at the hot. Every successful relationship. Bright certainly. If people think you just taking them for a ride if they think that you're just abusing their time on fairly. That need to create a team to get a job done just will fall apart soy..

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"eko" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"So we. We enable a lot of companies to collaborate with the with contractors and subcontractors. On on different projects and jobs in the lack can had a lot of success waking franchise DICTA. Roadside assistance, which is victim for roadside, assistance, facility management, and and the like and and. Also using it our events in hospitality. Businesses. At night sort of a little bit of a drink, your champagne or eight urine. We. What's that one cold? A I see. Now Websites Eko dot systems. We'll have to check that one out to. Okay. Now, what's the best way to keep a project on track? Leaving aside cove. personally my background is. Financial Adviser for the best part of eighteen years and I think the best way to Cape a project or client of on track is to manage expectations from the beginning to ensure that. Every touch point. That lades communicating the knicks tip. Cuts. Out Any gray Meta. Enables that person just to simply take stock of way that project is at what the next step requires? And just help them just put that one step forward without out with minimal effort really and I think. PARTICULARLY WITH CLIENTS Is if they're being asked to take the next step. Respect them and explain to them why why is your collecting that? That pace of information. Why these that you're asking them to pot waste X. Amount of dollars and so forth I think guy you can always eliminate shock. In terms of way, you headed with someone or a project. It just makes people much stronger in in working with you to to get to the eventual outcome. It's interesting that sort of a lot like respect you know isn't it that it's like what I'm yergin was saying about those connection requests that people make that if you adjust hitting the the same about all the time and not actually taking the time and if it to to respect other people, then you're not gonna get the respect that you want in response that if you actually do take the time in any communications that you. Okay this is why I'm communicating with you. This is the outcome that both of us can achieve at the end of the day. Then you'll get you'll you'll get a much greater a likelihood of achieving that outcome. So, Yang was the best way to keep a project on track. To respect the other people. COMES BACK to trust. I think trust is at the hot. Every successful relationship, right? Certainly. If people think you just taking them for a ride if they think that you're just abusing their time on fairly. That need to create a team to get a job done just will fall apart soy..

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"eko" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"City, and of course, Vancouver's one of my favorite where you're from Vancouver, how can you not be in Lebanon what up that took a boat and went up to sunshine was called the Sunshine Coast Yup the Sunshine Coast and stopped at little places stayed in bed and breakfast, and then of course, when over to Victoria and then went up to the rainforest you have a national park that's a rainforest. because. This was October. November actually there was almost nobody there this guy like me and the rainforest. Yeah, it's such a beautiful. You know I'm originally from Quebec City I've lived in Montreal I've lived in many different places on this beautiful planet and I will tell you Vancouver is a hard to beat her cooper special. It's very special and folks. So are you and we're GONNA be talking today about how you can build your conscious brand. So you're making life better and for you to do that as I say you've got a standout you've gotTa make profits you've gotta grow if you really want to make a big impact. So I'm curious what or the three factors that Conscious entrepreneurs need to think about when they want to differentiate themselves in the marketplace. Yeah there's a first first of all. You need to be positioned to be Stephen Wright and be be noticed. So positioning. Personality and performance. I'm just GONNA. Say them three like this, and then we'll we'll doubleclick. But truly if you were not position to be seeing be resonated with or be known, it doesn't matter how good you are. It doesn't matter how much impact you WanNa? Create. You will have a much harder to creating that impact. I WANNA I wanNA approach positioning for maybe a different a different way in a lot of people would I want a look at the negative side because sometimes we learned so much by finding out what doesn't work what what do small and mid size entrepreneurs do wrong that keeps them from being positioned. So people notice him. Your the one thing that they do that I see all the time is that they don't take don't claim something in particular they they're more like a metoo movement I don't mean that movement but me to as opposed to being no I am the first at doing this at, for example, a coach. A. Coach has a a g right. Were all very good at what we do. The Keno is to what how is your coaching different than anybody else for example, at leaves on, we have our own teaching methodology combat leaps on Trifecta. So when I explain what I do, it's not just Oh, I'm a coach and I'm really great. It's we have particular pathway. We have our own methodology that helps us really look at every little area of business and of a brand. So it's it's not being everything for everyone. It's OK to really go narrow the businesses and brands that do the best. They are very good at one thing whether the very first. At one thing and most small business owners are petrified to go narrow. They sneak the that's going, GonNa. Be a detriment to them and it's the complete opposites well, and I want to add some some fuel to that fire is about because it reminds me a conversation actually I think it's about four years ago I was talking to someone and they were in the position where they just weren't getting traction. They weren't putting enough money in the bank and they weren't impacting a lot of people and I had that exact conversation with them and they said Oh but I. CAN'T AFFORD I can't afford to narrow I've got to be available to do anything that anybody comes in. And they were in the travel agency business and I said you can't be a travel agent everybody. You need to choose one group can't even market to everybody and it could be it could be choosing a group, but it also could be choosing a particular products Zyppah. Well, you can EKO EKO trips. and. What people forget is we're not as brand builders and strategists. We're not asking you to only deliver one thing for the rest of your life. This is what people are afraid of, but you gotTa have one thing that's going to grab people's attention and that people want for your foot in the door. Once you have your foot in the door in your known for one thing, you can actually add some other things to your roster, but you cannot. You can have many different highways on this planet, but you cannot be on many highways at the same time. It's the foot in the door I. Well I. Love this because this is exactly my philosophy is what I teach as well. For the person if you're listening today. I want to ask you this is something I've been saying to people recently for you to become an to for you to achieve something really great with your life build that brand truly going to make life better for others but it's also GonNa make you more financially successful unique if the dual piece of that and by the way if you have an issue with making money and I understand a lot of people do I'm going to give you something right now to help you it's called your money tree. Just go to conscious millionaire dot com forward slash your money tree. That's conscious. Dot Com slash your money tree. There's a six minute hypnotic empowerment audio that I created and recorded jest for the situation I want to get that and I want you to listen to it for the next seven days at least three times a day. If you listen to at twenty one times, you're going to begin to notice that you open yourself up to the idea. that. You were indeed born to be rich and I want you to be rich but I want you to be rich doing something that you truly love. It's GonNa make the world better. So I know you have a trilogy and terms of standing out of I best or only I love this I think it's genius. Can can you tell us how everybody should fit into one of those categories and how did know which one you might be right? For you so that your position to stand out. Yeah. So by the to determine if it's first best or only you have to be really clear about what your brand stands for what is the new normal that you wanNA create new some of us some of you out there actually WanNa create big changes in the world and you gotTa, know what is the new normal that you want to create? Then the key is to really be. Clear about how we were wanting to leave people feeling a lot of people in branding and marketing world. We talk a lot about mission statements I. Think Mission Statement is a swear word. I don't care if someone has a mission statement because usually mission statements gathered dust somewhere on a website and when I when I talked to an organization and I go what? What mission argue Wanda go yet our mission statement is written somewhere on our website and I'm like I don't care about us I care that you want to leave people feeling a certain way. Your brand is meant to touch people and leave them feeling a certain way at leaves on we wanNA leave people feeling on fire unstoppable. Everything we do is in alignment with delivering that. Everything you do has to be in alignment with delivering how you WanNa, leave people feeling and it cannot be more than two words. Otherwise it becomes again a mission statement. This is an internal mission and it's something that. You will align everything you do to deliver that. So at the base that's going to give you a way to start elevating and start innovating. Know what I really love about this and I'd like to stay home gown on this a little bit is about. Often Times you know I have an MBA and and I don't use a lot of what I learned in my Mba with my clients even though I have clients that are very successful and the reason is a lot of times. But let's talk about strategic plans it could sound dry. And I go. You know when everything said and done somebody's going to buy from you. Someone's GonNa tell friends because exactly this what you feel. And, at least in my Mba, we talk about feelings we know about intellectual stuck and I've yet to find anybody by for intellectual reasons that they might come up with a lot of justifications but really it's how they're gonNA. Feel I'm curious just to give an example using your brand how did you select on fire and unstoppable? How does that fit your brand and what you people to think about you? So, part of our brand is our brand promise and I'll talk about the brand promise and I'll come back to that because it's linked together. So. Because at our ethnic zone, we promised to three things clarity pivotal shift in momentum. Everything we do everything we design everything. We create everything from retreat strategy to creative projects. We absolutely are. Designed to. Deliver. CLARITY PIVOTAL SHIFTS MOMENTUM. How how we want to deliver that Nyu? We want to deliver that why we want to deliver that is because that is what most business owners of need and what they want more clarity..

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"eko" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

Maureen From Quarantine

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

"This love that it's that simple. It's a love and so as I say. What choose you what choose you. And so let's have this at our at the ready. And again, it's strengthening and these are all cool resources to raise our awareness up in that place of harmony and makes us so much better at what we do and we again, carry this beautiful mess. It's to our children and as we go out from here. So that when we're in harmony, we're not just again in sync physically as in our home and car and workspace and so on. But we're in sync with the food. We choose think of that in the conversations we engage in or not, and again it's. Important tonight engage in conversations that are abusive or in any way we feel maybe bullied or somebody's not minding their own business or coming at us with too many questions to to personal when we have not invited that in. So own your own sacred space there and people will be on a need to know basis, and that is a thing called self awareness and self esteem, and we teach the children as well. Not Not everybody's business what we you know personally choose to make our own and so it's our choice. And to cherish that, and so what is it? We choose to converse about an even my podcast I'm guided I feel guided to shine light on these topics and discuss and and to embrace all of my. Resources in to share because they bring great joy and peace and strain and all the beautiful Mojo and she that's out there and and and inwardly as well, and so it's about getting Eko out of the way and getting out of our own way if you will being. So in touch with harmony that it's not, Hey, look at me but. Okay allow life force to work through me and again to be grounded and in harmony again with we talked about food but also drink to not the under the.

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ecoSPEARS Launches Transformative Technology to Permanently Remove Persistent Toxins from Water and Land

Innovation Now

01:03 min | 2 years ago

ecoSPEARS Launches Transformative Technology to Permanently Remove Persistent Toxins from Water and Land

"Polychlorinated biphenyls known as PCB's were once added to paint to make it stronger after learning of their harmful effects, PCB's were banned but cleanup has been difficult Jackie Quinn an environmental engineer at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. An idea. So I went to the cafeteria and I picked up a couple of drinking straws and I took them up to the lab I heat sealed one end, and then I, took a little bit of ethanol and I put it into the straw that heat-sealed on one end and the Nice heat-sealed the other what I ended up doing was sticking that Straw in a vile water. And I knock the inside of the vile with PCB's and I put the straw inside the vile and close it up and I said well. Let's you. A has after rounds of engineering. A team developed a successful extraction system that started as one scientists I wonder and now a company called Eko spears is using the NASA technology to eliminate PCB. Content. Across the globe

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"eko" Discussed on EnlightenME With Melany Wins

EnlightenME With Melany Wins

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on EnlightenME With Melany Wins

"So they know what they're doing in terms of fabric and they're washable reusable and one mask will cost you about eight dollars but you can have that mask for as long as you like just like a good pair of jeans it'll eventually were out. Nothing's you know impermanent. The cost. If you think about it, you're buying these six one for six dollars twelve a dozen you know that's GonNa add up pretty fast. But we're not just talking about dollars and pennies here you're talking about the cost of our mother Earth Okay to me that is something that I want. Everybody to think about when they're making choices with all of this. or any kind of product for that matter You know well sure it might seem cheaper it might seem easier but in the long run, what the costs how is that going to impact us? I have a granddaughter I have children I have friends I love the great outdoors and I care and when I make a choice to buy something I, think about how that's going to impact the future of mother Earth. That's what. About the gloves I, have one hundred percent biodegradable gloves. I made those choices I pivoted my business I went from having straws imported from. I created an online shopping not I have what I call Echo essentials you can get my masks that are washable reusable comfortable there you know approve they do the job you can get one hundred percent biodegradable gloves which are freaking amazing as far as I'm concerned compared to what other options there are. You can get biodegradable straws I also have hand sanitizer that comes from. Made from ethanol. So that's a better choice. Rather than alcohol and the list goes on and on. And I know you just recently started your store you got your store listed on the enlighten me network by yes. What I wanted to ask you was how? People that would be listening to this Webinar right now and all the different channels that it's going out to. So heart radio I tunes, Benigno. Harumi network hopefully eventually conscious living on sure. They will pick it up but it will be broadcast Millions of listeners around the Internet. They probably want to know is I want to help support. Wendy. So what is the best way for them to contact you? Would you like the foam new which like you would you like the Dakota enlighten and? sensually, this contact me directly I do have the Joe Joe Eko Boutique, which is ww dot jo-jo Eko, teak dot com. It's not fully launch we're still working on. How to do the drop shipping but that's going to be resolved really soon, thinking, contact me through there or just directly contacted me through enlighten me my profile I have facebook page, which is Joe Joe's I can give you my personal number. I'm yeah I'm pretty much really easy to get a hold of..

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"eko" Discussed on Pathways to Happiness with Nena Lavonne

Pathways to Happiness with Nena Lavonne

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on Pathways to Happiness with Nena Lavonne

"Because stuff does not make a person or a personality or life so it was just one of those For myself and I think about how much we can end up doing the exact same thing except mentally with our self concept, we think to ourselves. I can't not like tap dancing anymore because I've always liked tap dancing or I can't be asserted because I'm a passive person that's just who I am or I'm embarrassed to have an identity that does not include me being a professional violin player. We lock ourselves into one of our first drafts forgetting that we still have to complete our story that we have and Liz chapters to go. We can't get stuck in. Chapter. Six we can't get even stuck in chapter twelve. We've gotTA keep writing. We've gotTA keep growing and as perfect as we might think, our lives are we don't have a crystal ball. We don't know that this is the best we can do because we can only see what's behind us, and if we are observant, maybe what is around us right now but that's something that a lot of us tend to ignore an it's. Not Difficult to understand why we do this why we have our lives in this way because our Eko is telling us that we've already gotten identity and it really wants to stick with that because a lot of the time we feel that other people are also attached to that version of us and they like it. So we are that much more resistant to change it or some hundred digging deep enough or sticking to. The shallow we are caught up in our distractions or whatever chosen methods of escapism that we have to feel enough pressure to evolve. But like I said when the call is coming from inside, we're GONNA. Feel at some point we're not going to be able to resist this forever, but it also can be tricky because we do start to evolve as a person or go through any type of inner awakening that people around us..

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"eko" Discussed on Well Made

Well Made

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on Well Made

"And ten dollars. You could have a version of your skew. That is more affordable, but I think it's very courageous of you to have it right there. Because I think it sets up a different expectation. Someone is going to if they've heard of this and they've seen your ad or they've heard from someone who uses it I think it's going to. To drive them to try to understand why it's, it's that price, and so I want to separate like what is the value out of it? Versus what is the entry level price point that I can start using this product at right? Were you trying to hit a certain number? I guess when you were developing 'cause. You're saying like this is the format that I wish I had because I want to develop a product that fits my lifestyle and. If you know for the Mount of packaging and that kind of thing this is the format makes the most sense. Could you have made it? You know one ounce a lesser one ounce more, and were you trying to hit a certain? Hundred ten dollar mark, or or the that just happened to be the price that it needed to be to hit the format that you wanted to have I feel like when we look at that, it's all an exercise in understanding. Yes, first and foremost it's this is the price it needs to be for us to be a business. That can you know offer these products? But at the same time we're always double checking against the competitive landscape for. Eko Luke's products. Yeah, so you know we definitely are always aware of what our competitors are charging and and making sure that were in line with that. We don't want to be out of line. With our competitive set, and you know at the same time always looking at okay, but what do we absolutely? No, we must have in these products and making sure those ingredients are there, so the balance is we're. We're constantly balancing and figuring out how to hit that that.

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"eko" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

"It was. Now over the Sean. Gagnon Keith does Malachy. Fighting off. You're not gonNA also. Dr. Deke five burping. Showed the bill. Going to ask them. Excuse me the. Pre Image. Though. You. Hit Bullets it for? Defense. Of Alabama. Line A-. Book Cup. Eko hit Gabay. Book. Basis criticism. Whom you don't. Do this or Becky Walker. Hick Frank! Yesterday I do club. This is facing such. sessile al-Qaeda it will. because. Share. Communicates. administered. By. Position by two..

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Travel to Northern Pakistan

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

09:08 min | 2 years ago

Travel to Northern Pakistan

"Like to welcome to the show. David Harden from travel worn SATCHEL DOT com. Who's come to talk to us about northern Pakistan? David welcome to the show. Thank you Chris. Thank you at least to be. Your accent is clearly not one from northern Pakistan. We're talking T- well you're in the UK. Near Windsor what led you to Pakistan give you the shortened version. But when I was eighteen. I decided to travel overland from the UK to Australia. And I could as far as Afghanistan before you realized you'd run out of land. It was not in the Russians. Got In the way so yes. Well the happens doesn't it tells away two years and decided that still WanNa girl on the Silk Roads still interested Islamic culture and art and architecture and filling in the gaps. Ever since. I've sort of done Australia and Southeast Asia and all of Europe and a few of the songs but Pakistan is always there the one that I needed to to tick off really well in you chose northern Pakistan on this particular trip which as we were talking before hand you said is quite different from southern Pakistan and that would be a whole different trip. North and south is very different. I mean the north. It's cooled in those areas and they three huge mountain ranges. So you have the to the West. You have the Hindu Kush in the sense of you have the character forms and then surrounded on the north and east by the Himalayas. And they're absolutely wonderful mountain ranges but as you get further south. Islamabad where I flew into the great trunk. Road becomes planes. Sunset becomes desert would way down to Karachi New Arabian Sea. So yeah very two distinct areas. Shall we start them in? Islamabad actually just flew into Islamabad as bad as modern city. One of the interesting says the city right next to it as well. Andy which is the ancient city but Islamabad is the modern city Pakistan pill. Much longer grid lines are easy to navigate. I would say that actually just before I started this trip on originally planned to buy a motorbike in Islamabad an travel up through the Karakoram highway and then head off into various places. I'd read about in various books to say that I spoke to that is a big Pakistan community here in the UK. And I have up the friends one. Who's a Kashmiri? And he said well to be honest. I know you're motorcyclist but the roads are something else and I would recommend a jeep at least so you'd better listen to this sort of thing. They listen to him and I got myself a cheap and a guide to me actually at Islamabad airport. I spoke at the moment number weeks number of months. Really sending out my tinman. He can find out about what I want to and that was great and so I had this a jeep drive and I have to say it was probably the best decision. I made an enormously. I would travel alone and make my way round but I think this would have been a journey too far. How did you find a jeep and a driver a Kashmiri gentlemen here in the UK who promotes northern Pakistan but wonderful gentleman and he put me in touch with Earth's people over the and I came up with one Sean who you turn out to be absolutely brilliant and good thing was that. He's his the Chinnery but often is not. We will turn off the rodent gun sale. This liquid interesting here. I suggest we don't do this. And I think the question slips or went what about safety because one sure yeah this image of cool so Pakistan and especially the northern areas and you know I I thought of the trip I plan was to go up towards promised so and Eko took care of it. Sometimes Chris when you meet someone. They have absolute confidence. That you've made a really good decision. They already felt towards the back end of the trip. We ended up in a shallow. He said near the Afghanistan border he said had I gone two weeks earlier suggested shallow harassed security reasons and it's nice having someone who has local intelligence so to speak and he was always on his phone is always checking where we were not set up. There wasn't one time the only time was rather Longley wanting planted in someone's house and it was an old soldier. I didn't notice but his granddaughter sent his granddaughter all and having a cup of tea with him dump. She walked in with this shotgun undecided K. And he said I started brandishing. The shotgun around me and I was okay Maybe I made a mistake too much of a price to pay for a cup of tea but it turned out that he wanted to show me the gun which was made in combat nineteen sixty in Birmingham the UK because as from the UK and then he was crowded this so I mean that's the momentarily. I felt unsafe that that was it. That was the extent to how I felt and say in Pakistan excellent now you said as I said Islamabad. You said that's a modern city. It sounded like in your tone I was hearing so I didn't spend a lot of time Islam Abbad. I was more interested in the mountain. I sort of pasta very quickly. In fact which we left about an hour nine did we did come back so actually to see Faisal mosque. Okay which is a really beautiful most very modern initiative about nine thousand nine hundred and again a very very beautiful most news in the foothills of the Himalayas. It's great visit down as the last place of his. But I'll tell you about that. I if I may so folks in about nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight defies most because in Faisal of Saudi Arabia. Stunt up the hundred and twenty million dollars. Us to build it as one does the money partly he fis but what is interesting is he. Made a competition to will be architects. Come up with the design. Took you shocked. The name one is an Basti. The whole architecture on a Bedouin. Tent shot was pretty interesting in the appealed to King Faisal and he's a magnificent structure because it's like an eight sided tend to really doesn't like a tent and so big on this enormous white marble and gray marble and you just see it for miles driving towards thinking okay. Looks Okay and something. You just don't know the ten minutes down the road you think. I'm sure I should have been by now this grid system of Islam about so you go up. It's the end of the road unless they just ended up votes off the Bat. So twenty minutes you eventually get close to it and then you start to really appreciate the enormity of small the structure and get three hundred thousand people praying ally inside. I think it's ten thousand but with the porticos and the data coca grounds. You've got three hundred thousand people. Pray there and it was real highlight. Visit every interested in style of architecture. But one thing is that if people do visit to you have to take your shoes and men and this white marble and greyish sort of marble and it wasn't a particularly sunny hot day but every time I stepped off the white mob wants the gray marble. My feet wants to get an angle for a pit shuttle. Take a shortcut to the record. My feet was scolded eventually got in as well but that just finished prayer and like go up to the main entrance to get inside to have a look at this incredible space inside and they said No. I'm sorry you can't come in and I said well look. I sort of come with away from London. See this is. This is typical of buckets. Johnny people that they will try and be as helpful as possible really nice and he said okay look you should really go with this young man and he spoke to the man order when we rolled around the back this young man to be around the back and there was a back door and he took my camera with me. He said look no pitches inside and just tap a low. I thought this really really nice touch and again to tread on the carpet I saw rob and really nice and re serene place children. Having lessons and really great atmosphere. I came back and said I gave him my camera and come back and I was sort of going to complaints because everyone in that had come phones. So fees and pitches thinking well. I was lucky enough to be let in so I wasn't going to push that but really worth of visit. This is a lot of history to this place. That modern architecture ignace absolutely stunning in the surroundings of the hills with the backdrop of the foothills of the Himalayas. It's a

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Tracking Coronavirus with blockchain by Acoer

Insureblocks

06:28 min | 2 years ago

Tracking Coronavirus with blockchain by Acoer

"For this week's podcast. We'll be discussing tracking corona virus with blockchain by Ecuador. And I'm very pleased to how gymnast. Ceo Eko. Jim. Thank you for joining us today. Could you please give our listeners cooking deduction on yourself? Yes Hi will eat great to talk you good evening in in London and yeah thank you for having me on your podcast of her prior once in a very good job I think the content is very relevant so lower the background about myself on the Sea of a core acor is a software development company. very narrowly focused on what? I consider modern open as in Iraq. Rable Helped us off right. And wherever it makes sense is relevant blockchain enablement of acknowledging. That's really what we do at Acor. Acworth been around for about five years. It's when I wrapped up my the either Start UP. A head cold our media. I started acorn an for low while I did my own engagements on machine learning and predictive analytics and things like this. And then then for little while I kind of Moved on to some other engagements specifically working at the CDC The Centers for Disease Control in the US and really kind of getting much more much more detail into healthcare. And I'll be calc in particular and then now circa twenty twenty really kind of I guess a lot more experience really any domain much better understanding some of the mechanics business models and data sources and obviously connections within the space in thinking. This is the right time to really get back into software development As part of a core and I'm fortunate to have a very very very good team of developers that have come along with me and we're you know essentially trying to deliver on this mission of building modern Open interoperable technology healthcare brilliant brilliant so as you rightly say use blockchain from time to time way makes sense so let's discuss a little bit about what is blockchain. And how does it work? Yeah you know a good question. I think he's probably the kind of question for which you get a different answer every time and and Drag and maybe for good reason depending on to whom you're speaking So here's my read on it. I think of blockchain as Three pillars if you like not to be confused with that conjoined triangle of success silicon valley reference but three pillars that. Really make this undercurrent as lock chain or distributed Ledger Technology. So the first pillar. I think that many people are probably familiar with the prayed about this distributed. Ledger idea. This I think set of technologies protocols and things that we have spoken about at length and I don't really want to necessarily going to again. I think I think There's plenty of information around including on your prior podcasts. Just talking about this. So there's technology I think the second pillar is this idea of of what I think of as value creation attribution That blockchain's and really here. I'm referring to public blockchain's in again not not to derail the conversation. But but I'm GONNA when it comes to quote enterprise blockchain's I think in many many cases that they're really not necessary in that have significant issues. In terms of computational trust which is really the reason why WanNA use blockchain and I think in many cases than did no more than sexy version of an enterprise portal but nonetheless I think this idea of valuation attribution is very very important to public blockchain. Because you know essentially this is where blockchain reward you if done correctly in a public setting transplant manner rewards you for creating value so if you take for instance the bitcoin network the minors. They're racing to solve a mathematical challenge which requires them to make investments in Graphic processing units and and certainly electricity and things like this and if they do resolve that challenged and they get a reward for it to get the twelve hundred bitcoins and fees and such so. This is really kind of a very very important. Concept that non necessarily available in other kinds of technologies or other kinds of patterns. So I think a very very important concept is one that really largely falls into this idea of token economics which is really again is based on science of Game Theory As you have spoken just recently my myself and my collaborative our CTO and my collaborator ban. We have written a course and took an economics for the Georgia's I certainly very much believe in is a fundamental differentiator for for blockchain technologies third last. But not least certainly is is kind of pillar of of you know what I think of as distributed architecture and and distributed computing where really. It's a culture culture question where you actively want to distribute competing power distributed power of united kind governance across many knows many different participants as opposed to have one or two or three central figures central terrorism and That's the motley go with. So I think fundamentally if you put those three pillars to get it s away I think about blockchain essentially the technology this idea of talking economics and this culture of of distributed computing and removing mediaries and central Data centers and. Things like

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"eko" Discussed on The Savvy Creative

The Savvy Creative

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on The Savvy Creative

"Minimizing loss having a vision going big taking risks. I mean when you have you seem to have a lot of entrepreneurs entrepreneurial tendency on John Tendencies. Yeah not something I would have thought about myself. You know it's like check check check. It was like all of those those things because finding opportunity knowing who to work with so about the conference I notice there in pure it seems like severe writer's house fashioned. There's Some mindfulness in there. There's a few there's climate change I saw their climate poetics or stuff stuff that you wouldn't normally see normally it's like fiction workshop. How how to write dialogue? You know these are actually really different things that I was interested in us. Like how did you mix all these things together. So yeah so I didn't have anything thing to do with what they wound up. What everybody's teaching? I had a little bit like sometimes they would ask me what I thought but I mostly was just like. Oh I think he'd be really good at teaching like all of these options. And here's why I'm I'M NOT I. I'm a cheerleader. But I'm not decision maker. I don't think so I One okay so so part of it is like my taste. I chose Authors I reach out to authors that I don't know but I'm a fan of their work so the the future of echo poetics That conversation is being led by Natalie Albert who is a phenomenal. Oh poet Who was introduced me by a couple of Friends of mine from Poetry Salon And her collection. I shouldn't be surprised by what she wants to teach because her collection and is all about Like sexual trauma and healing and all of the you know dirty topics like wants to get into it and now she's she's like going back to school. I don't know if it's a masters or doctorate but something to do with ecology. She's really concerned about like she just. She's an activist and she is a poet and she's a fantastic so yeah Some of it is just like my tastes. My politics are always kind of showing so that found a way in their very discreetly In the form of poetry And Yeah and so. They're also you know the beloved craft topics about things like voice which I can never get enough of and the woman Janelle. Who's teaching that is so good at it like when she pitched it I was like yeah? Of course that's what you're going to teach like. This is when I read your work. This is what stands out to me about it is that you've just mastered how to write voice And so yeah so and they all kind of had that I was like. Tell me what you love about writing and then teach that and I feel like they altered that which is really cool. Yeah they really sold sold themselves on what was like their their best thing and As far as taking a stand and politics putting it discreetly in there. I think it's really important to to take a stand. I think never never more important than now and also it's kind of like we can't help it. It's the things that are going on just affect us so much that you just can't help it so that's really interesting. Eko Eko poetic so I look forward to seeing. Yeah I think that's really exciting especially One one of my goals was. Sylvia is to introduce people who've always kind of like. Oh I think I like writing or like I could be interested in poetry. But they've never really explored it they don't maybe they haven't had the access to it or maybe they just like thought it was nerdy which is fine And maybe they they're taken an interest in it and I find that a a lot of people start with kind of like these nature poems It's what we're often introduced to in responder It feel it's something that's accessible. We all well you know are experiencing it in some way And so I think that it also then this particular lecture also also then speaks to that where it's like. I'm going to talk about climate change and things that are technically political. But also you know if you're just learning poetry this is kind of where you're starting And this might be where you can start finding voice as like a an activist but through poetry. I just think it's a really yeah. I think it's an interesting way way of going about it. It combines a lot of our mission so yeah it's cool. Yeah I love it and I I do see especially now April is national poetry month. I do see a lot of activism poems uh-huh popping up a lot totally. It was definitely will be a huge need for this now. you also you're writing Memoir Right A- and you've done blogs but you you wrote blogs for a long time but didn't make them public until recently about that. So I started a tumbler blog as one does When I think it was two thousand eleven and I had just gotten out of a bad relationship and I had? I've been writing. I started writing when I was like six because I really love Mariah Carey And I wanted to like write songs like Mariah Was Cute I was using no no no no I did then. Nobody wanted me to try to sing like Mariah like it was a bad person for me to be imitating tasting for somebody who can't say. Oh you know the bars a little high high so so yeah so I started with writing songs and then I was in this you you know unhealthy relationship and I kind of gave up a lot of myself in that relationship so one of the first things I started doing when I when I got out of it was right and And and read. Actually I hadn't really been reading watching a Lotta showtime shows anyways I I started writing this blog. kind of like a place place to process my emotions so I got out of relationship and immediately jumped into another like fling with another guy who like wasn't great so I think a lot of juicy personal stuff going on. I was twenty two you living on South Beach. It was a great time and I was living in an apartment called the SA- via apartments which is what severe writer's house comes from And I a I was writing these blogs. That kinda just like my friends were reading. It was a private little tumbler blog and I was sending it to my best friend. They're like you're actually really good at this and and I eventually just Kinda I've made public. I decided You know if ex-boyfriend a lot of it was protecting it from ex boyfriend. I didn't want him knowing this stuff was going on so there are some stuff that I like kept private but then yeah I made it public And it was it was shared amongst my friends friends but it was at a time when I feel like people are still kinda sharing personal blogs like on twitter on facebook We had instagram. was like just starting starting so I had gotten gotten a cute like handful of followers. It was good. Somebody recognized me in a nightclub was like you run that blog Sunday whiskey and it was like I do so I think I got comfortable writing about myself. Also being a song writer and a poet forever I was always writing about myself So I do write fiction They do write poetry And my master's is actually in fiction. But I find that I am most drawn towards writing nonfiction. I find that ah like just telling my own story I. It's not going to be the most interesting story in the world of my fiction. Eighty plenty interesting. It's just like is what naturally I feel compelled to write. Yeah and you. You had mentioned that like you. The best writing is writing. That feels good so sometimes times writing doesn't always feel good. Feels like painful as we're trying to make it to the end. So how do you define like writing. That feels good. Sure so yeah. I definitely a I've definitely written stuff. That was painful to right at the time Whether it was about myself or it was is painful because like I couldn't get to the end of the scene I feel like there's a difference Writing that feels good usually comes with a bit of Catharsis at the end. There isn't like a dread that you have to like keep working on this terrible project like I have found myself sticking to things for the sake of sticking with them and it was a dead story three like I just. I wasn't breathing new life in it. I was just doing things and it was painful at excruciating. Because the thing was there was nothing to work with Where whereas something that is painful because you are on earth thing this part like you know the story that you've had a hard time telling in the past or because you are trying something new with the pros that you've never done and whatever and then you get to the end of it and you're like can I curse? Yeah Nah come here like Holy Fuck. I just did that like I did this thing. That's cool that's cool. That's writing. That feels good in writing. That's just like just like why do I have to keep returning to this. And I found when I was in Grad School. I was writing a lot of that And I think that I. I don't know if everybody feels this when they go to Grad School But I I felt in Grad school that often writing To what I thought my mentor wanted to read and And I wanted to get good feedback and I wanted them to one another stamp of approval. I wanted these people these authors yes Who you know who had the career that I wanted to have? I wanted them to be proud of me. And so So Yeah Yeah I was writing a lot of stuff. That didn't really feel like me. It didn't feel good. It just felt like stuff that I was producing because I wanted to present it and that's I think what I was speaking to most when I said that was just like writing. That doesn't feel like yourself like writing. That feels like with somebody else. Wants you to do And Baby I had to write all that stuff in order to get to where I am today but I do know that I started feeling way better about my writing when I was writing the stuff I also like so to speak to my mercury mercury stuff and all of that again Go for it. What part of the I get stuck in the plan so like all of a really good idea and I'll be like like and the reason it's a really good ideas because I can imagine an audience and I can imagine like oh how to market this thing where it could really be profitable which is not really something that ultimately drives me so so the the idea will eventually fall flat? But I'll continue to work on the project because it has that potential chill Yeah eventually have to give it up. I need to learn when to stop writing. Sometimes no I I I go through the same struggle because I had a recently kill a project and I'm curious yes so you were in a lot of us do this people please and You are people pleasing. Was the feedback. Good on were you getting that good feedback or did you find it with hollow when you were writing that kind of stuff. Yeah so the feedback was interesting Be the first semester that I really tried to people please was swift this one particular mentor. WHO's very tough And he I remember when he was introducing himself to all of his men tease There's like five of us. He brought out a book that he had eventually published first and then The original draft of it that his mentor editor had lake scribbled. All over and it was just reading things were totally crossed. Crossed Out It was painful to look at I think there was like two words in the entire chapter that like had it been stripped through and and so and he uses the lesson so that was kind of his mentality Going into editing us is like.

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"eko" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Down folks. I WanNa hear your sound. Wow I mean maybe it's a natural. Let's hear period for Juicy Jenny. Who really lives up to her name? Oh my goddess. Wow Wow it's holy water brothers and sisters sisters. It's good for you and now we use this challenge. Because I didn't want to interrupt you know it would look tacky with the white town but yeah well actually. Let's take a picture of just the wetness here and if anyone would like to smell it doesn't smell at all like p I just want everyone everyone to know that and we've done some being here and there's nothing wrong with being consensually on someone but female. Malaysia is a different substance. It comes out of the Aretha so it's the same place that it comes from. You know I do some skirting myself. I've done like I don't know like forty videos on the subject check. Yeah yeah but that was a really good one. I have to say yeah. I've seen some little spurts. That was that was. That was more than Sean right that that was excellent. Max is also a connoisseur. Excellent version loaded the floor. Is that all the elements had all the elements. I don't even want to clean it up honestly honestly it smells Nice Yeah. I can't hear his microphones turned up. You WanNa lay in it you could. I don't know is that okay with your life just keeps them okay. I'm just making sure I wouldn't want to get in trouble. Okay yeah right rub your hands feeling it. It's job was the coolest most amazing experience of cows oblate connected. The holy water thing thing did you. Did you learn how to score. Could you just do it naturally. What happened was the man that I was with him the time and we went to see swingers party and there was his youthful woman? She looked like Pocahontas. This native woman. That we had a party with and her Turner Boyfriend and she taught me how to do it whom I use the one that told me have shoes. Okay okay how she she she was like but also she she like. It's an energetic thing. You know you you have to an. I was ready to do. I wanted wanted to do it now. Pocahontas not the senator from Massachusetts by the way so she knew how to do it in conversation. We're like Oh oh you know how to square. I want to try to do that. She'll yeah I can teach you so we're all kind of life right down to said go on your knees. And she went to go ahead and and she she just took her finger two fingers put them up. uh-huh okay back and forth and she looks at me and my eyes and she's like touch. It was kind of tantric touches my heart and then all of a sudden always talking to such a feeling of freedom. Yeah well it's totally spirit. I feel very we go tonight. It's all all those guys saying. Yeah try it out. You Might WanNa try it in a bathtub so that you don't worry about that Something like that anyway. We'll be back shortly with more tips and Demos and keys gushing and and trump therapy. Let me tell you why doing that. I completely forgot about Cavanaugh. Yeah completely off You gotta you gotTa have engagement and you gotTa have escaped brothers and sisters. We can't let them take over our brains so we need our escape every once in a while we need to get away to just be with each other and to witness a beautiful expression of holy water just like that yes indeed rashed so that we can engage so that we can protest and we can vote and we can do it. We gotta do so. We're GonNa do what we gotta do right now and you know. Some of us are going to squirt some sort of P but most of us are just GonNa talk so so We'll come back in a little while so don't come yet and don't go away. We'll be right back. Hi I'm Dr Suzie Block. And I've just written a new book called the Bonobo Way inspired by my love for make Love Not War great apes you know the ones who have a lot of sex in a Bonobo Sutra of positions including face to face. But it's not just how Bonobos have sex it's how they use sex to prevent murder and war really they're the only great apes that have never been seen killing each other. They practice what I call. Peace through pleasure with the females gently dominating the very happy very sexually Lee satisfied males but those are special partly because they just are and partly because they're very very close to US almost ninety nine nine percent genetically similar to us. When it comes to being human even being humane bonobos can teach us so much which brings brings me to us and more specifically to you is your inner bonobo longing to swing free? Would you like to tap into the hot natural natural sex energy within you that you would so you can better enjoy the pleasures in life and cope with the pain the pain and have have more orgasmic. Organic sustainable sex who doesn't want back greater lust greater trust and better anger management. And who couldn't use a little bit of that these days so get the book. Learn the Bonobo way. You'll be glad you did. Then you'll want to join Bonobo. Ville a new global village for Bonobo Elbow Lovers and friends one last thing. The real bonobos are highly endangered to a portion of all book sales go Rhino Conservation groups working to save the Wilder Noboa's from extinction read the bump away and learn why this could be the most important Eko sexual movement of our times and improve your love life.

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"eko" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"eko" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Hi I'm Dr Susan Block and I've just written a new book called the Noble Way inspired by my love for for make love not war. Great Apes you know the ones who have a lot of sex in a Bonobo Sutra of positions including face to face. But it's not just how does have sex. It's how they use sex to prevent murder and war really. They're the only great apes that have never I've been seen killing each other. They practice what I call. Peace through pleasure with the females gently dominating the very happy very sexually satisfied five males but no Bozo special partly because they are and partly because they're very very close to US almost ninety nine percent genetically genetically similar to us. When it comes to being human even being humane bonobos can teach us so much which brings me a to us and more specifically to you is your inner bonobo longing to swing free? Would you like to tap into the hot natural sex energy within you. Bet You would so you can better enjoy the pleasures in life an cope with the pain the pain and have more orgasmic. Gasmask organic sustainable sex. WHO Doesn't want back greater lust greater trust and better anger management and who couldn't use a a little bit of that these days so get the book learn the Bonobo Way? You'll be glad you did. Then you'll want to join Bonobo. Ville a new global village for Bonobo. Lovers is in friends and one last thing the real bonobos are highly endangered so a portion of all book sales go to Bonobo conservation groups working to save the wild bonobos those from extinction read the way and learn why this could be the most important Eko sexual movement of our times and Improve Your love life.

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Understanding Eco-Fascism

Eyes on Conservation Podcast

09:53 min | 3 years ago

Understanding Eco-Fascism

"Eko fascism ever heard of it or thought about it seems paradoxical but is it or is it a part of American history that has been there all along in an article dated August seven twenty nineteen G. Q.. Magazine yes yes G. Q.. Defined Eko Fascism as quote a belief that the only way to deal with climate change is through eugenics and the brutal suppression of migrants and quote. It's a philosophy that has roots in the American environmental movement. Dating back to the eighteen hundreds rate right down to the creation of our national park system. But let's start off with the recent events that inspired me to produce this episode on August Third Twenty nine a shooter in El Paso Texas Killed Twenty people at a Walmart near the border with Mexico. Nineteen minutes before the first nine one one call a hate filled. Anti immigrant manifesto appeared online. That was strangely called an inconvenient truth in the document the author makes his horrific case for ethnic cleansing as a solution to the climate crisis. I ask myself could. The shooter's deadly words and actions have been inspired by the rhetoric that has been spoken tweeted by the forty fifth president of the United States who has verbally attacked communities of color on more than one occasion this time. It's House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah. Cummings he wrote wrote. This Cummings district is disgusting rat and rodent infested mess. If he spent more time in Baltimore maybe he could help clean up this very dangerous and filthy place. No human being would want to live there infested usually reserved for references to rodents and and insects. But we've seen the president invoke infestation to criticize lawmakers before you see a pattern here just two weeks ago president trump to protect four minority congresswoman. Why don't they go back to the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came reminder three of them were born here all of them are or American infested? He says a week before his inauguration January two thousand seventeen congressman. John Lewis should spend more time on fixing in helping his district which is in horrible shape and falling apart not to mention crime infested. Donald Trump has tweeted more than forty three thousand times James. He's insulted thousands of people many different types of people but when he tweets about infestation it's about black and Brown people September number two thousand fourteen at the height of an urgent health. Emergency why are we sending thousands of ill-trained soldiers into IMBOULA. If Ebola infested areas of Africa bring the plague to the. US Obama is so stupid infested. He says there's a revolution going on in California. So many sanctuary areas is one out of this ridiculous crime infested and breeding concept infested. He says the President says about congressman. Cummings district that no human would would wanNA live there. You know who did Mr President I did. From the day I was brought home from the hospital to the day left for college and a lot of people put care about still do their challenges. No doubt but people are proud of their commuted. One sound self-righteous but people get up and go to work there the care for their families there. They love their children. WHO pledge allegiance to the flag? Just like people. Oh who live in districts of Congressman. Who Support You sir? They are Americans too. We'll be right back. After after the El Paso tragedy. I started reading articles that referred to the term Eko fascism. There seemed to be more than one. Example of racially motivated terrorist wrist attacks in the news from Christchurch New Zealand to Pittsburgh Pennsylvania to California but none so directly connected to the climate crisis as the El Paso shooting which made me deeply concerned about the ways in which humans will react when the crisis worsens. Will it bring bring out the best in humanity or the worst. I began to think more deeply about the foundations of America. Correct me if I'm wrong but post colonial. The American history seems to be filled with examples of ECO fascist ideas and axe our very own declaration of independence refers to indigenous indigenous people of this continent as merciless Indian savages. And yet. This is still a document that we celebrate every year with a national holiday and the principles of manifest destiny. An eminent domain made way for a government led genocide children being separated from their parents put in detention centers and even killed by the American government. These practices are also not new from the slave trade to Indian residential schools. American history has already set precedence every single day that we wake up we are living out our lives on stolen land. This is our history. It's history that we shouldn't turn away from no matter how hard it is to look at it. I know this is a dark subject. But it's an important one one if we don't look directly at our shadows cells. How will we ever heal in a recent interview? In The Guardian activist writer. Naomi Klein referred referred to this concept as climate barbarism. because she connected the dots. So well I'm going to read her words here. She states quote white supremacy emerged. Not just because people felt like thinking of ideas that we're going to get a lot of people killed but because it was useful to protect barbaric but highly profitable actions. The age of scientific racism begins alongside the transatlantic slave trade. It is a rationale for that brutality. If we were going to respond to climate change by fortress seeing our borders then of course the theories that would justify that that create. These hierarchies orchids of humanity will come surging back. There have been signs of that for years but it is getting harder to deny because you have killers who are screaming it from the rooftops unquote and then Naomi speaks of the environmental movement quote when you have a movement that is overwhelmingly Wellm Ingley representative of the most privileged sector of society. Then the approach is going to be much more fearful of change because people who you have a lot to lose tend to be more fearful of change whereas people who have a lot to gain will tend to fight harder for it. I have had many many conversations with environmentalists over the years where they seem to believe that. By linking fighting climate change with fighting poverty or fighting racial justice. It's it's GonNa make the fight harder. We have to get out of this quote. Mike crisis is bigger than your crisis. I we save the planet and then we fight poverty and racism them and violence against women unquote. That doesn't work that alienates the people who would fight hardest for change unquote as middle middle class educated white women WHO considers herself an environmentalist for social justice. An ally in the struggle for racial equality and racial equity. I felt compelled up to bring the issues of Echo Fascism and environmental racism to the Isan Conservation. podcast I hope this episode shines light on our shadow selves an offers inspiration on how to move forward will start this episode with a close. The camps protest attended on August Thirty First Twenty nineteen scene in downtown San Francisco. I'm on my way down to the close the camps protest in downtown San Francisco right in front of the ICE building. This protest today is part of the month of momentum that has been a month long a series of events and protests and ways to get involved in the movement to close down the concentration camps that are are at the border of the United States and Mexico so every day when I turn on the news and I hear more stories about the conditions of the camps and the fact that children are in cages. Children are dying people are dying in the camps. I I'm I'm basically as heartbroken and petrified as I am about the climate crisis CICIS I see these both the climate craigslist and our humanitarian crisis. That's happening at the border right now. As one in the same basically the way that we're treating a world is the way that we treat ourselves and other people and eight and so I needed to do something and so I decided to come down and spend my Saturday morning here. At the close the camps is protest down at ice in San Francisco on August thirty first twenty

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Water filters help Guatemalans cut carbon pollution

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Water filters help Guatemalans cut carbon pollution

"I'm doctor Anthony License and this is climate connections in rural Guatemala. Many people boil their the water to prevent waterborne disease that often requires tending and opened fire inside the home for hours a day. These fires caused dangerous indoor air pollution Lucien and a lot of carbon pollution to help people access clean drinking water without boiling it a company called. Eko filtro sells low cost countertop water or filters. There's a measurable indefinite significant greenhouse gas reduction when you don't have to have a fire going to boil water all the time Mark Lacroix as with natural capital partners which helps track how the filters are being used. We have one of our employees running around Guatemala pickup truck monitoring. We're constantly monitoring featuring the filters to make sure they're working. Families are using them correctly. His company also helps other businesses invest in projects like this one as a way of offsetting in some of their own carbon emissions in the case of Echo filtro. The investments help reduce the cost of the filters making them affordable for rural families. He says over over time people can actually save money by buying less firewood so it's a purchase that pays off financially for people's health and for the climate climate connections is produced by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. Learn more at Yale Connections Dot Org.

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The Founder/CEO of Inspired Living Talks Building Influential Brands

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

10:08 min | 3 years ago

The Founder/CEO of Inspired Living Talks Building Influential Brands

"Not gonna wait for someone to validate what i wanna do where who i am and feel like for so many of us extraordinary ordinary women. We wait for someone to tell us. We're good enough. We wait for someone to say you've got this. We wait for someone to say. Go do this instead of. I'm just saying i've got this in that that inner critic when you when when you made that switch right i mean you had that inner critic showing up. I'm certainly uncertain. It's like it's okay. I'm gonna i'm not gonna do this anymore but this is this <unk> that you made. How did you really hush that the inner critic and step into it anyway. You know i think because i lost it all i had nothing left to lose. I had people saying horrible things about me i i had you know my what i felt my reputation. My ego was crushed to as you get older. At least i'll say hey you know i stopped caring so much a mode other people think and i was more on fire about sharing message than i was being perfect and what i look gleich and i feel like when women come to me and they can really make that shift and realize that to make the impact you're here on this earth to make take you have to be willing to let go of eko and that the women out there that we that we feel are leaders and visionaries generes and and you know leading great movements never once is at about what they look like you don't look at oprah who was told by the way she does not have face as i say oh you know what i listened to her. If she looked like this or he or she she'd be so much more successful. If people fall in love of assault not faces cami love you for that yes because when we when we just show up authentically as who we are instincts can start to shift for us right. Yes and that's <unk> sounds like what you did right. It's like i'm not going to be in that room full of bikini clad models anymore. I want to go be me in your own business then yet the third business but there is v i have to tell you it has been the most fun the most successful the most liberating i asked. I was a single mom for three years. You know it's like i just i really single mom in the mix of all of this like me. I got pregnant at at forty four so my daughter's four now so molina last year. Have i been in this beautiful relationship. I mean it's been in two years but we lived together for the last year <hes> and it was you know i moved out there so inspired living at that time was is growing tremendously and i figured out i'm having a baby. How am i. I have no family around me. Let's do this but it but i have to say it it made me even stronger and my message even clearer and my vision even more bright and yet i was so scared scared of what other people would think of me too so it's <hes> i'm not gonna say. I have a steel wall around me because i'm human but i feel like you kinda get over or yourself and i know who i am and i know that if you don't like me it's okay. You don't have to buy into what i'm doing because i have the right people that do now right so you teach people how to release show up authentically in their business and you call it the it factors that s. so tell us more about that going up entertainment. I swear to god. I heard that word all the time. Oh yeah did she have the it factor yes and and then i remember when i own the agency we had these open calls which every month people could come in and audition for the agency and cami. It was so funny because i really we saw this it factor at play where someone would come into the room as clean as could be right no resume no experience and man they had equality about them that was just captivating and it had nothing to do with what they look like. You're so right and so i remember hearing this. It word and i feel like we all have it like. I get asked all the time you know. Is it something you're born with or. Is it something that's developed. I think it's both i think some people are in just born with this natural <unk> qua- this spirit that you're drawn to i feel like other people can work through the the limiting beliefs and fears that keep them. I'm from shining and ignite it and that's where my training is called. Ignite your factor because when you really understand who you are and i feel like most of us. Don't take take time to figure that out cami. I would say probably ninety percent of people on the planet. I love where you're taking this because i'm just going to throw this in here. You're going to check out this so i talk about building your brand from the inside out so it's like who are you at your mary essence. How do you build your brand from the inside out and my book is called fired answer so there's is the fire were originally yes in. My event that i do in november is called ignite. Girlfriend are literally soul sisters here yes we we are aligned. Yes i couldn't agree with you more. You know it's like yes. You wanna look great. You wanna feel great like i teach people how to dress. You know how to do their makeup. All of those thanks but that is just it's just icing on the cake the cake scott to be good by itself and you have to love the recipe you have to love putting it all together and so it it really is all of that and it's so much fun. It is so much fun when in in seeing the transformation that these women have and it's like oh my got i finally have permission. I finally get it. I in that is just fire right there just so excited and so we work with them yes on what he thinks of the camera he says is our for finding that transformation i get. I think it's a bit of inner knowing. I think it's acceptance. I think it's really realizing what you're great at and not being ashamed or or feel bad when you say i. I'm really good at this. I think women have this tendency should not ever wanna toot their own horn. I can't stay on this. A guy will call him america's best any day right the guy out there and then i also i think so it's it's an inner process for sure but then i think also when you start really seeing the results that you have other people get and you do that enough. There's just the confidence that comes with that where i mean. I have no doubt about it. We're really great of what we do. We're actually pretty or amazing what we do and because i it's proven it's true i've seen it over and over again and i think that sometimes when people are starting a business. They lack confidence because they haven't done the r._n._d. They haven't seen the the results yet and they're still trying to find the message or find the client and i think once you do that and you see a track record of success. Those two things that inter knowing acceptance and then results are so powerful. That's awesome. That's awesome. So is your business. It primarily focused on video or is there. Is there more expansive as tommy. Tell me a little bit about that. Oh it's so much more significant people come into and do us for the video day like that's the front door of our home writing as they come in for like the video training right what we often find cammie when people come into the house is is that they have built a business that is sustainable. They're often working-time for dollars. They're still doing everything on their own. They're so fearful to get support and again. I have been there. I have that t shirts. No we have we comes. We have to cut two tracks in our business. We have have the in front of the camera and then we have behind the scenes you cannot be amazing on camera and put yourself out there and not be able to scale and have systems in automation and teams or you vice versa. You can't have all the systems and team and have no one coming into your business because you're not found anywhere right so it really is this beautiful center g. and and cross kind of like building of the outward and the inward. Yes people don't come to us for that. We don't market that side of the business so much because so many people are already doing that. Were very specialized on. I like your model a lot because is it is break people in in in that front door but it's it's it does take all of that to be able to bring <hes> wholeness to a business sustainability lead to a business right exactly and can i say that most people are trying to market too much. You know i think because women were so multifaceted multi talented i. I'm not kidding one of our clients who i love to death. She came to us as a celebrity event planner iraqi healer and a yoga instructor and i'm like what in her and her site. You couldn't even figure out what she did really like. What how do you market yourself. Like what are you how does one into the other and this and that and i feel like that's kinda. Rare people come to us. Look like here's the whole plate and people just don't even know if they wanna bite yet you know and i think that especially because they're so much content right now in there so how many people online you have to be able to uniquely differentiate yourself and i find that when people come to us they're so afraid to niche down mike mike but that's the only way you'll grow out. I don't know if you say that because nobody tony i mean that's people who are trying to be too many things to you know to to many different people and egypt. You just can't be all of that we can't you can't add good message. You can't have good connections. You can have real strong teachings. If you're if you're too many things to too. Many people and people can't say to you don't know if you're talking to them. You know confused. 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Flyting: The Medieval Rap Battle

Curiosity Daily

02:53 min | 3 years ago

Flyting: The Medieval Rap Battle

"If you you think rap battles or cool then wait till you learn about rap battles from the fifteen hundreds. No i'm not talking about the popular youtube series epic rap battles from history which is awesome. I'm talking about flighting as in f. l. y. T. i. n. g. and flooding was the medieval version of a rap battle type of verbal jousting where poets trash talk each other using lyrical barbs word flighting comes from an old english word that means quarrel and fighting was a popular or form of entertainment from the fifth to the sixteenth century it. Let's skilled poets show off their verbal linguistics in a friendly competition and a lot of the time it served as entertainment for for royalty atlas obscure described it as a form of highly poetic abuse. Here's an epic roast from one point to another that appeared in a famous piece of scottish scottish literature known as the fighting of dunbar and kennedy quote. You call your work rhetoric with your golden lips. No glowering gaping fool. You are beguiled dialed. You are but black need neath your gilded hips. Which for your villainy many alash has soiled unquote sick burn. Oh yeah i think i think that's the part where everyone's supposed to go. Oh maybe never heard of flooding because there's not a whole lot that's been written about its history and development but it's part of a long tradition of ritualized nonviolent combat other examples include japanese had high which is a series of vulgar puns and nigerian game called ah forgive me for this pronunciation eko chat and coach at which literally translates to making disparaging remarks these types of games might sound crude and immature but compared to the actual horrors of physical violence. You have to admit it suddenly seems like a pretty civilized way to go of course the modern equivalent of fighting is the rap battle but the two aren't only similar they may even be related at least one history professor has claimed that american slaves heard about the tradition of fighting from uh-huh leave owners with scottish ancestry and author and music historian elijah wald wrote that while many roots of african culture are still carried through in rap rhyme is not not one of those elements instead most history of rhyme derives from europe and was only integrated into african american music in the twentieth century oh and just because this was the fifteen eighteen hundreds. Don't go thinking these lyrics family friendly. The work that that flighting passage quoted earlier comes from has some remarkably dirty things in it and even includes literature's literature's first known use of a poop joke at the end of the day there may be some who thumb their nose at good old fashioned bathroom humor but just think of how much safer this world might be all the the united nations had to deal with was judging who's sick burn was sicker more taunts and fewer tanks. We say fewer tanks and for that we give thanks more taunts conce. I don't know

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Sustainable Swimsuit Maker Reformation Advises: Go Naked

Business Wars Daily

03:02 min | 3 years ago

Sustainable Swimsuit Maker Reformation Advises: Go Naked

"<music> from wondering. I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday July eleventh for those of you relaxing at a pool or beach this week happy vacation and now for the guilt trip you're probably wearing what turns out to be one of the most environmentally unfriendly pieces of clothing in your closet. That would be your swimsuit. What makes your Bikini briefs more unsustainable than say your shirt or socks? It's the plastic bathing suits are full of the stuff. It helps make the fabric. Stretchy and waterproof but because we have a plastic crisis in our oceans more and more fashion companies are trying to ring the plastic out of their swimwear. That's such a challenging technical proposition that one of the leaders in sustainable fashion the ten year old brand hand reformation admits right up front that to be truly sustainable. You should just go naked barring that solution. However reformation is battling for your bathing suit business with several other responsible? Brands among them the fitness brand athlet owned by the gap fast company reports that reformation uses Eko nil type of nylon made from recycled plastic including fishing nets athletic developed its own proprietary nylon also also made from recycled plastics so that's a start but reformation actually calls attention to the drawbacks one is that all synthetic plastic based fabric shed tiny pieces of plastic called micro-plastics that eventually wind. Up in the ocean where they hurt sealife another is that fabric made with recycled plastic doesn't last as long as the new stuff so what's more sustainable a suit made with recycled plastic or one that you'll wear longer before before throwing it out and buying another. It's a dilemma one answer create a circular economy and recycle the suits themselves. That's a ways away for athletic but reformation allows customers to send old suits back. Back to the company for proper recycling with at least twenty brands that make swimwear advertising their eco-friendliness you might be able to swim guilt free this summer just two words of caution. I do your homework to make sure your brand isn't just greenwashing second weekend. Remember what reformation said the most ECO friendly thing you can do <hes> where nothing at all.

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For Gap and Wrangler, Blue Jeans Are Going Green

Business Wars Daily

03:48 min | 3 years ago

For Gap and Wrangler, Blue Jeans Are Going Green

"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business wars daily on this Thursday June twentieth. You might wanna think twice before you buy another pair of jeans the manufacturing processes used to make your favorite pair of distressed comfy blue jeans have long been noted for their negative impact on the environment. It takes sixteen hundred gallons of water to make a single pair of traditionally manufactured jeans. The dies used to make them blue run into rivers, especially in China, where hundreds of millions of pairs are made every year, according to the website, EKO, watch and the chemicals, traditionally, used to distress, those genes have been found cause cancer now that we've thoroughly depressed you, there's hope as consumers become more and more concerned with sustainability, they're pushing the fashion industry to innovate greener, manufacturing processes about a third of the six billion pairs of jeans worldwide or now made sustainably echo watch reported last year. And now to mass market jeans. Maker's Wrangler in gap are introducing denim fashion made with processes that dramatically cut down on water and chemical use Wrangler claims its invented more responsible manufacturing method for its new line of sustainable denim called indigo good. The new method uses one one hundred percent of the water used to make traditional jeans and forty percent of the energy gap is attacking the problem in a different way it claims that sixty percent of the water used to make jeans comes from the cotton growing process, which is also pesticide Laden for the record. So it's pledging to use one hundred percent sustainably grown cotton by twenty twenty-five as his Wrangler also, by the end of next year gap says it will conserve one hundred million gallons of water from its manufacturing processes enough. Daily drinking water for five billion people. Both Wrangler and gap have been struggling of late, gaps sales have been. Falling in it missed its earnings projections in the first quarter Wrangler is owner contour brands went public in may. But fared poorly, both companies undoubtedly hoped that producing sustainably will make a difference to the planet, and also to their bottom lines. Of course, there's another way to wear that denim sustainably. You might want to consider buying your genes secondhand. From wondering this is business wars daily when you're shopping what matters more to stain ability or price tweet us at business force. We love hearing from you. I'm David Brown and we'll see you tomorrow. Business wars. Daily is brought to you by Staples. The world of work is changing faster than ever before a week ago open floor plans were in. Now, they're out the pace of our evolving work lives can feel overwhelming. But Staples can help not the old stables, but a new Staples that delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired work may be constantly changing. But Staples is changing right along with it to support you. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change.

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Google Outage Shows Nest Smart Homes Not So Smart After All

Business Wars Daily

04:17 min | 3 years ago

Google Outage Shows Nest Smart Homes Not So Smart After All

"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Wednesday June twelve the smart home may not be so smart after all earlier this month thousands of nest users across the country found themselves unable to turn on their air conditioning. Check on their sleeping babies or unlock their doors, the cause was a Google outage that lasted for about four hours of failure of infrastructure that most smart home aficionados, probably never gave much thought to in two thousand fifteen Google parent company, alphabet acquired nest for more than three billion dollars, and the smart device maker, relies on communication with the Google cloud. So when network congestion to Google down on June second, so, too did many of the parts of life. We take for granted, like, for instance, getting into your house granted nest, make sure there are work arounds a hot New Yorker. Frustrated he. Couldn't turn on his air conditioning, admitted he could've used the manual thermostat on the wall. It was just hidden behind a big TV one baby monitor user was aggravated at paying a monthly fee for an inconsistent service and regretted not purchasing simple, non internet connected baby monitor product, instead, the lock situation will that was a little trick here, at least one man trying to unlock his door remotely to allow guests in couldn't do it. There were work arounds for that problem, too. But how many of us really read the instruction manuals for Google? The timing was particularly bad only three weeks earlier, the company had combined school home in Ness brands into one under the nest name. It also rebranded the concept into something called quote helpful home, right nest, of course, competes with several applications Pacific companies like ring, which makes us so called smart doorbell. And EKO be. Radian smart thermostat company founded by CEO Stewart Lombard, who wants invented a foldable canoe that could be carried in a briefcase, but the bigger competition is between Google and Amazon both of which are racing to integrate voice controls. Google assistant and Alexa, with more and more smart devices predicting that the I T market will continue to balloon the Google outage, though, could make some people think twice as one former Google employees noted Google's business problem. It's cloud outage created an inconvenient life problem for nest users and by extension all of us who rely on smart devices to do stuff. We could easily do on our own tongue firmly. Planted in cheeky tweeted, it's going to be fun living with self driving cars. From wondering this is business wars daily what smart device do you use? And would you use other tweet us at business wars? I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. Business wars. Daily is brought to you by Staples. The world of work is changing faster than ever before a week ago open floor plans were in. Now, they're out the pace of our evolving work lives can feel overwhelming. But Staples can help not the old stables, but a new Staples that delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired work may be constantly changing. But Staples is changing right along with it to support you. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change.

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Automation could make ports more efficient and eco-friendly, but with fewer jobs

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:44 min | 3 years ago

Automation could make ports more efficient and eco-friendly, but with fewer jobs

"Does marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. And Brad click share with click share and you're meeting. You can share your scream instantly from any device. Click share instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet or phone onto a presentation screen so everyone can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com to learn more and sign up for your free trial. Automation could make ports more efficient and EKO friendly, but with fewer people from American public media, this is marketplace tech, I'm Amy Choi in from Ali would. More consumer goods come into the port of Los Angeles than any other US port a plan to use more unmanned, electric vehicles would bring major changes to the port and its surrounding economy, union workers are pushing back hard against automation at a protest this spring, workers held signs. It said robots don't pay taxes, and where will American labor work. But poor donor say that automated technology will cut costs in L A and help California meet its ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gases today. The port is noisy and polluted. A massive system of ships cranes and more than one thousand seven hundred trucks passing through a day. Most of them diesel automation could change that picture. Romi Varghese reporter for Bloomberg news tells us what an automated port of Los Angeles could look like it becomes almost silent when you when you see some of these automated vehicles in action under the plan that's being considered for the port of alleged. A for this one terminal, which is called peer for hundred which is the biggest shipping terminal in North America. By the way, der plan is to have this automated. Straddle carried is one big piece of equipment would basically do the job of three machines. How a lot of nation of the port effect the local economy. I, I know for the port of L A the local community is a is a community of L A called San Pedro. And it's a very blue collar community that has really relied on the ports for its economy, and honestly, deports in general are responsible for much of the economic activity in southern California. It's, it's a huge driver of jobs, both indirect, indirect jobs. I talked to a bar owner and about half her patrons are, are longshoremen, and she's worried. Well, if are fewer of them on going to have to cut back my employee hours. I'm not going to be able to hire bands to calm for nights of the week. And defaults who are promoting automation, are saying, look, we need to say, we need to stay competitive, we are losing market, share to east coast and Gulf Coast ports, because they are more nimble, and our ports are in, in the our ports in, in California just more expensive. So you have this micro aspect to this the micro impact, and then the macro impact, you know, your reporting revealed that there are forty four automated or semi automated ports around the world. But there are only five in the US it seems that that slow have we been slower to adopt this technology? American ports have definitely been slower to adopt this technology and a lot has to do with the power of local unions. And in Asia, a lot of these ports are, are newer, so they're using the most up to date technology, but generally American ports have been lagging. Ng in automation because of the concerns of how this affects local jobs, that was Romi Varghese reporter at Bloomberg news. She notes that LA mayor aarc are said he continues to lead talks between the union and the port. And now for some related links the need to go green in LA Israel public radio station KCRW reported that the Los Angeles and Long Beach metropolitan area was ranked the worst in the nation for ozone pollution for the nineteenth time by the American lung association. Some of the causes cars cars cars, and the ports on the automation, tip the Wall Street Journal, had an article about a new study by MacKenzie saying automation will hit both male and female Labor's equally. It's not just men working in manufacturing who are at risk of losing their jobs. But up to one hundred million women losing their jobs globally by twenty thirty primarily in clerical in customer service, gangs. And while both men and women may lose jobs and equal pay stewed automation women will be less likely to have the opportunity to get the training required for new jobs. And finally, we might not actually be. Ready for all of this automation? We're talking about urban planning scholars surveyed hundred twenty cities in America about their preparedness for self driving cars and only a tiny fraction of them have comprehensive plans for autonomous vehicles. One of them Los Angeles. It has an urban mobility in a digital age plan. That includes ideas about dedicated lanes for Altana, Mus cars municipal fleets of robotic buses, and shuttles and vehicle data sharing relationships, so that the city can manage traffic flow. You can read more at city lab dot com. A project of the Atlantic, I'm Amy Choi. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Marketplace keeps you connected to news and information you need on the radio on the web, and on the go. But we need your help so we can keep doing it. And doing more consider becoming a marketplace investor when you donate today. Your gift will go twice as far thanks to a dollar for dollar match from the Condado fund. Give online at marketplace dot org. 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Mike Cremedas, Joko James Paul and Sean Oko Leninist discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:17 sec | 4 years ago

Mike Cremedas, Joko James Paul and Sean Oko Leninist discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Installation of open air urinals in Paris has. Unabridged some residents Mike Cremedas tells why the new urinals are by. No means subtle they're housed, in flower boxes fully exposed, on, street corners, painted bright red and have nearby signs. Advertising their presence one near Notre Dame cathedral has drawn attention for its

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