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How Do Podcasts Make Money

Building an Indie Business

06:17 min | Last month

How Do Podcasts Make Money

"So today we're gonna be talking about how podcast make money So i'm gonna be talking about sponsorships. Affiliate links products The listeners pay model. help podcast players pay Some podcasts I have my own opinions about it and a conclusion. of course. okay. So let's get into it sponsorships. So what is a sponsorship. A sponsorship is A company paying a podcast to promote their product on air There's three options for when a enact can be played in its pre roll met role in postal. And that's before the podcast. Content starts in the middle of the podcast content and At the end of the podcast and Enact can be fifteen seconds thirty seconds and sixty seconds. And the reason why i bring all this up is because The amount of money gets for the ad depends on out when the ad is played How long it is How many monthly downloads personnel. Select the reach. They have So yeah With a podcast sponsorship a podcast host is able to monetize their whole audience. Okay so let's get into affiliate links affiliate links. It's a type of sponsorship but i feel like it's important enough to have its own section so yeah so an affiliate link is when a spar company will give The podcast their own special linked to a product. So when you click on that link you'll be clicking on like open podcasts dot com slash b i b and that way the company knows who has how many clicks has been brought him by the podcast and when someone purchases something with that Affiliate link The podcast will get a cut of the sale right so A podcast can use an affiliate service where The podcast able to choose what product they want to promote or they can use an e commerce store which is the same thing but a more wider variety of products that they're able to become an affiliate for right so if it podcast is able to choose their own product they should choose something of value to the audience so for example i wouldn't choose a pizza oven as an affiliate link to promote to my audience. I would choose a book or something like that with affiliate links year monetize the fraction of your audience because are only so many people that would want to buy that book right. Not every person in the audience will want to buy it okay. Speaking of books A podcast host can monetize by selling a product or service and selling a product or service on their own allows them to remain independent and comes with a bunch of things that a sponsorship or any of the other models can't provide like a remaining independent so with the sponsorship The sponsor my have a problem with the content that you provide safe you swear something like that. So when you're you're selling your own products you could. There's no restrictions what you can say because it's your own stuff so the types of products that Someone can sell. we're podcasts. can sell our any book. Ecorse or service Yes and with the option. The three options someone can choose their own profit margin because they know the expenses and They can set the price to offset those expenses. So if i'm spending. If i want eighty percent margin and i know that it caught my expenses twenty percent rate than i could just make my product. Ten dollars get that eighty percent margin right. it's not an immediate option for monetization unlike affiliate links. Because i have to create the product right so i wrote a book for b i b and it took me four months and also it took me almost a year to come up with the idea to write a book so it wasn't immediate. I had to create and the products can be sold on two different platforms. There's a diy E commerce store that you can set up and that will. It won't get you. It'll be cheaper rate but on the other option is like selling platform where people will be. Searching for products in your product will come up And so more people are might buy it but Your profit margin is a little lower khazei. Take their own cut.

Tips for Making It Through the Covid Winter with Your Relationship Intact

Here's Something Good

05:49 min | Last month

Tips for Making It Through the Covid Winter with Your Relationship Intact

"Look into this episode. Here's something good. A production of the seneca women podcast network and iheartradio each day. Aspire to bring you the good news. The silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for and share it. Here's something good for today. Purchases of fire pits are soaring and so are the sales of home exercise equipment. Americans are hunkering down for what we've been told will be a very long very cold cold winter and one of the big concerns at this time is how we cope when we're stuck inside this winter. How we keep our anger and check and our relationships intact turns out there. Simple things you can do to stay upbeat this winter in fact you might even find that your relationships improve. That's we're gonna learn today. From one of our favorite guests psychiatrist doctor gail saltz. Dr salts is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the new york presbyterian hospital and bestselling author. She's also the host of the upcoming podcast. How can i help with dr gail saltz. That will appear right here on the seneca women. Podcast now work in partnership with iheartradio. Here's what dr salt had to say. Dr salt thanks so much for joining us. It's a pleasure to be here. So how do we mentally prepare ourselves for this very long ahead. This is going to be hard winter. there is no two ways about it And it was hard summer for many people in now. Everybody is together between schooling and work in one small space and with fewer options to just hang out outside which has various benefits. Not not just the being part benefit but the of being out sunlight being out in nature having physical activity which all are helpful in terms of decreasing stress and improving mental health. So it i think you know People should be thinking about what they can do heading into this winter. That can both mitigate the over togetherness let's say and the over togetherness during a time stress which tends to increase irritability and what they also do in terms of improving or preventing mental health issues as the winter wears on. And so i think those range from having a ecorse some time together that you do something fun and creative and Not maybe what you would typically do basically constitutes play Whether that's even though its cold going out. You know in the snow and sledding together or Were playing board game together or something that feels like off the usual schedule and his son together. But i think that it's also important. Everybody plans some time apart being together. Twenty four seven generally is is extremely difficult. It's pretty rare the relationship that is totally enjoyable. All the time at people don't need some space and that's even space from your children and they from you at various times so Within your home trying to create separate spaces where it's okay for people to go and be on their own so that you know whether that literally is hanging a sheet in the middle of a room to create the sense of separate space with headphones so that you have you know not the sound etc If you can't have separate rooms but using rooms that you don't typically use if you have that room so by separate area is this living room dining room or whatever it may be but if you don't have it creating it within the home having part of that separate space in time be time you can talk people who are not in your pod so headphones again big asset. I think and adding in things to your day and to your families day for themselves that are going to help decrease stress and decrease irritability such as thirty minutes of aerobic exercise each day Using some deep breathing techniques or muscle relaxation techniques to calm your body because i exile eighty does tend to propagate irritability in a short us so incorporating whether it's surprised dissed of mindfulness or some yoga. Some something during your day that helps your anxiety and stress level. Decrease will help everybody getting along better and even though we'll be cold wherever you are potentially do some getting outside bundle up and get outside because being in the sunlight particularly in the first half the day being out in nature any sort of way and being physically active even if it's cold is actually how cold so when we're in these tight environments and perhaps conflicts arise. What is the best way to defuse them. Don't wait until you've been thinking you are ongoingly furious with your family member and then because what happens is basically people tend to sort of suppress it. We don't have an argument as they go along and they go along until they're just had wailing level and then one little thing that little thing that frankly doesn't make any sense to the other person you've got so enraged about happens and there is explosion

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Trump Administration Passed on Chance to Secure More of Pfizer Vaccine

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:09 min | Last month

Trump Administration Passed on Chance to Secure More of Pfizer Vaccine

"Tonight. The new york times reports trump administration officials past one fighter offered in late summer to sell the us government additional doses of its covid nineteen vaccines now. Pfizer may not be able to provide more of its vaccine to the united states until next june because of its commitments to other countries in a news conference today with new york governor andrew. Cuomo doctor and chief who will serve as joe biden's chief medical advisor on the nineteen said this when you have seventy five eighty percent of the people vaccinated. You have an umbrella of protection over the community that the level of community spread will be really really very low. The virus will not have any place to go when that happens. Governor is going to be entirely dependent upon how well we do. How will i do you do your health officials in getting the message out of why it's so important for people to get vaccinated because it fifty percent of the people get vaccinated then. We don't have that that umbrella of immunity over us journalist now zurich bright. He's a member of the president. Elects corona virus advisory board. Thank you very much for joining us. Really appreciate it. You've gone from being a trump administration. Whistleblower saying that the trump administration was not taking the coronavirus pandemic seriously enough to now being an advisor to the incoming president. I wanna get your reaction to this new york times report tonight that the trump administration was offered more of the pfizer vaccine which is not very close to being approved here Turned it down and now won't be able to get more until the summer possibly at the earliest lawrence. Thanks for having me on tonight. The news is really concerning as you might imagine and we are still looking into that now. We're assessing to see what actually has been ordered and what still needs to happen to ensure that we have enough vaccine doses for all americans as quickly as possible. This highlights something. I've been talking about for many months as a vaccine expert. Making vaccines is very complicated. It's a very complex process. It takes time to make the vaccine to evaluate the vaccines and then we have to ecorse review the vaccines. The fda will be doing on thursday for their safety and how well they work and then the really hard work starts and distributing those vaccines and getting them out and to healthcare centers in the hospitals and community so people can be vaccinated so we have a lot of work ahead of us and one of the greatest concerns. I have is you heard. Dr fauci share at the same time. If we don't have enough maxine soon enough to create that level of immunity in our community there were going to be faced with dealing with this pandemic and the consequences of the pandemic for much longer. Listen to more of what. Dr fauci had to say today. More people going travel over christmas if they're going to have more of those family and friends gatherings that you accurately said or an issue so if those two things happen and we don't mitigate well we don't listen to the public health measures that we need to follow that we could start to see sings really get bad in the middle of january for state or city that is facing similar problems without substantial mitigation. The middle of january can be a really dark time for us. Do you see that. Same vision of the middle of january. Dr fauci sees getting worse every day. Unfortunately we are in the middle and the dark winter that we project it we would be at if we didn't take those public health measures earlier in the year if our government didn't lead by example and and really encouraged people to follow the public health guidelines. I wearing masks avoiding crowds. That didn't happen over the last several months. We are now in what i described in may as what would be the dark winter in modern history and we are now in the and december and is likely to get much worse. I do want to say though that many people are wearing their face mask. And many people are following the public health guidelines and social distancing and actually reports. I saw just in the last week said even more people are starting to wear their masks regularly when they leave their home. That's very encouraging. And i'm very very grateful for those people who are following those guidelines. We do need to get many more people to do that though. We need to have about ninety five percent of the population wearing your face mask. Every time he leaves the house outside and inside now and keep in out of crowds and keeping away from others in small groups as much as possible. That is how we're going to control the spread of this virus until we do have sufficient vaccine available to provide that community protection that we need so desperately. When we see dr fauci appearing with governor cuomo that seems like A certain kind of concession by donald trump that would be unimaginable Donald trump had been reelected. While i can say is that we need leadership now and i'm so glad that we have a president elect biden and vice president-elect harris coming into office. I thought you see. I think you saw the news today announcing the nominee for hhs secretary and a whole group of scientists coming into lead hhs. So i'm convinced now. We have leadership coming in sciences back. And we're going to get a hold of this virus we're going to control. The pandemic ended athlete. Come in in january

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ACCOR and Ennismore Partner to Create New Lifestyle Brand

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:45 min | Last month

ACCOR and Ennismore Partner to Create New Lifestyle Brand

"Europe's largest hotel company echo and the owner of the hawks. Ten are set to bring together a number of the boutique brands under a new umbrella. Following a cash free merger announced last week the group will retain the name the hawks transparent parent company. Ns more and include the hawks in gleneagles in scotland and ecorse ten lifestyle brands including montreal s. l. s. monaco's executive editor. Josh bennett spoke to sharon has richer who ceo and founder of ns more. We've had a busy last couple of weeks and months the lockdown and we're we're delighted to emerge creating new joint venture with i call. Who the europe's largest hotel company and part of this joint venture really is a merger of their lifestyle brands alongside our lifestyle brands and collectively. This new joint venture becomes the world's largest and fastest growing lifestyle hospitality platform which is incredibly exciting. Because i've spent the last decade building and this move from ground up piece by piece having taken the halston from one hotel. In east london to cross europe and across the us will recently and of course taking taking gleneagles and reimagined it to the glorious playground once was in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s the geneticists or the sort of discussions with our core started several months ago. What was interesting. As part of our discussions was really getting to know. Akwa chairman and ceo. Sebastian buzzer and core of lifestyle. And what was cliff for them was. They were very keen to create an autonomous entity because they realized early on that really have lifestyle brands flourish. Create lifestyle brands that authentic until stories. It needed to be outside of a larger web or larger corporation and the second we both aligned and agreed on that vision. It made the beginnings of this joint venture incredibly easy to form the basis of if you think about lifestyle generally or son hotels and these are hotels that have a mission they have a porpoise. They tell stories through incredible interiors. They have restaurants and bars that are local favorites. They are more than just a hotel. They have incredible cultural programming. They have amazing events and this segment which has now become lifestyle has been one of the faucets going segments across the hotel industry. You know somebody always had global ambitions and scale at mind. The second this pandemic hit. I knew i needed to do something that was created. I need to do something that was slightly out of the box. And that field my desire and more to create this joint venture with that cool because what it's now done is allowed us scale like we've never historically had an accessing kids and regions that would never be able to access. You guys have done a great job of i. Suppose bringing people together selling people to people in in beautiful spaces. The other day you talked about there was growth. And you've undertaken particularly with the hawks. Turn group impressive and dare. I say fairly aggressive growth already. I don't know rome's number ten. Maybe i've got my numbers wrong but a a tremendous surge in the number of hotels and the identity of that brand being built around the world. Could you may be hone in on that vision. Little bit i mean. How many hotels do you want to open the markets. That you find most alluring as you look out at the end of twenty twenty and i suppose into q one q two q three next year. If there's one thing. I realized over the last six seven months is brands with purpose brands with a mission matter. And we've seen that. Even though our revenues have been hauled and some of our some of our hotels had to reduce capacity way doing substantially better than any of our competitors in that neighborhood purely because off brand stands out and i think it's me so much confidence that as we come out of this pandemic that hotels that so of the local communities that are in hotels that have more than just a bed for a night hotels that a narped utilitarian law substantially longer in those brands will live a lot longer. And that's giving me a lot of confidence that what we managed do so successfully in ten cities around the world with our collection of oh tells if we can now take that formula. And i don't mean formula in the sense of you re create things in exact the same way. The forming of frost is more about the mindset. How do you create products. You create brands that kind of inspire inspire discovery. And we've learned so much all these markets that we've kind of grown and it's really allowed us to hone in on what each hawks ten means in each of those communities so now we've got an opportunity to take the hawks ten david larger platform and even more communities so they can get a sense of what these hotels what a culturally relevant hotel feels like in some of the most exciting destinations in cities around the world. What's exciting for me about the future. Is that all learnings. We've had about taking the oxygen from one to a dozen two dozen all the learnings. We've had about reimagining gleneagles to nineteen twenty s glorious past those are amazing skills that we can now hold on on a wider global portfolio. There's some incredible brands in this portfolio. Such as twenty five hours mama shelter. That are incredibly authentic that have found a lead and i'm incredibly excited to now work with those founders and the founding teams to make those brands the best they could be and there's a bunch of brands that core of created through the in house teams and i can't wait to work with them to make those brands the best they could be. So we've got a really unique opportunity on a global scale now to harness all the amazing ways of how we worked as more the last decade in terms of course curiosity intensive of obsessive design in terms of really rethinking the digital experience in terms of partnering collaborating with incredible designers and artists and makers around the world to take that insight that knowledge that skill base that process and now redo it all over again across the portfolio brands. And i'm incredibly excited to showcase that not with ten hotels at twenty zero tells but hopefully several hundred hotels that we could build around the world over the next couple of years.

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Living in Gratitude With Deborah K. Heisz

Live Happy Now

05:40 min | 2 months ago

Living in Gratitude With Deborah K. Heisz

"Welcome to episode two hundred eighty eight of live happy now. This has been the most unusual and for many the most difficult year in recent memory. What's gratitude got to do with it. This is paula phelps. And this week as we celebrate thanksgiving as seemed like a great time to talk about how important gratitude is not only at thanksgiving but as a daily practice live happy ceo and co founder. Deborah highs sits down with me to talk about gratitude and other practices to make this unusual thanksgiving more meaningful deborah. Welcome to live happy now once again. You bala it's great lear- especially this time of year. I'm really loud. This is where my times a year. And i'm really excited for checker broadcast. I think we have a lot of talk about. Yeah because anyone that's listened to this awhile knows at both you and i are gratitude junkies so who knows what happens when we get together and talk about it. We're getting more grateful for each other. That's there you go well. This year is been unusual so it puts gratitude in kind of a different light for a lot of people because there are so many people are dealing with loss whether that's loss of loved ones lhasa. Work loss of the freedom that they had to move around and see people so in your life and in what's going on in your world. How are you approaching this thanksgiving and and with your gratitude loss. And i think the one that we're all feeling and not the biggest loss in terms of scale obviously losing a loved one is much more significant loss but the biggest loss in terms of one that i think everyone is feeling a little bit of is a loss of community and as we're going into the holiday season i think that's even more intensified where we might get together with large family gatherings in our family can't travel in or is uncomfortable traveling in or you know for whatever reason were not going to be able to have the typical large family gatherings holiday party corporate outings. Happy hour's wage cycle bureau were be sprayed. I think we get a lot of our sense of community for mos activity. So when we're talking about what we're doing for me. It's what we do work place that to make sure that number one. We are expressing our gratitude. It is the time of thanksgiving after all but also what are we going to replace that so we don't lose out on that sense of community one of the great things you can do and i got a couple of days. This is not my own idea. Is you can take the time to do something. That is a little archaic. And i've gotten a couple of gratitude notes from soups and written letters. Telling me how regretful it is that we won't be able to get this year. How much we're looking forward to getting together next year. And how much more forward and then sharing your on in your life fashion letter to knees. A great idea. Xpress browser this holiday season and the person who receives it one. I i was just talking with someone this morning. About how on a male junkie. And i was like i am too you know and so when we get something. That's handwritten these days. That's incredibly exciting to receive is and you don't have gotten that one that not only was it. Handwritten but person full photos of their social media of jehovah's used it on the computer and talk to me about how much you know and it was family member said how much they were regretting that they were to get together with us this year but they had all these positive memories of last year that he thinking of us and we couldn't wait till next year we put on game that simple but it really took time and energy on their part i or we know from evidence base that even the act of writing that liar heightened their gratitude heightened their happiness low. An it certainly certainly heightened mine. It was a wonderful surprise to get to that in the make so if someone that is a great practice in an earlier this year we had talked to the woman who did the three hundred sixty five days of. Thank you notes and she wrote. Thank you letters to people. So if someone's going to do this there are certain things that you should include are certain practices that you can do to that will trigger more gratitude for you. Is that correct yes. There are more gratitude. So you're speaking about the interview that you did with. Nancy davis cup i at the hankyu project on. Yeah there's a lot of chips about how bright the right thank you and right branching water but one of the things that that is. My favorite is specity. B very specific in order for it to resonate. It's like when you think back to your childhood. You can think back to your childhood in general doesn't resonate on a single something and then you can start team sabre that you remember the way set way. Something smell away. Something felt when you're writing a gratitude letter if you can be specific about what you're grateful for a moment in time or something. The person the reader is the opportunity to savor that memory. As do you you get the opportunity to save that memory and it just heightens the sensation of a tube. Ecorse cruiser overall wellbeing. It's great. I love

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California Creek Fire Zero Percent Contained, Chief Firefighter Says

Environment: NPR

07:22 min | 4 months ago

California Creek Fire Zero Percent Contained, Chief Firefighter Says

"The People Fighting California's wildfires include our next guest chief. Chris Donnelly is spent twenty two years as a volunteer firefighter in Huntington Lake California. Good, morning sir. Good. Morning Steve. How are you this morning I'm okay. We've reported a lot on the sheer extent of the fires. How have you been spending your days where you are? Well we we began this this fight probably on Saturday morning about six am and what we did I was get all of our people out of Huntington Lake. Huntington has about probably five hundred and fifty summer cabins in an additional hundred and ten. Condominiums, we had thousands of people at Huntington and Once I had is on the fire, very clear to me that he was going to burn into Huntington and lives were at stake. So we spent most of the time getting people out. Well, I'm glad you've been able to do that. But of course, because of course, we have been following stories of some other resort areas, vacation areas where. There for the summer there for vacation there camping have had to be evacuated emergency ways. you said you got is on the fire can you describe the landscape the way it looks to somebody who's never been there and what the fire looked like. Yeah. Honey. Lake is quite unique word seven thousand feet, and we are the reservoir for a very large electric generation facility. That's two thousand feet below us. Virtually down a steep just just a cliff. and. So when I heard a sheriff's deputies go through our area to begin evacuations about five thirty in the morning on Saturday. I called our dispatch and and and they told me where the fire was. I drove down there about fifteen to twenty minutes away. And look down into the Canyon to about a thousand feet below us and saw flames and new as soon as the morning wins started upslope of Valley. That that was going to be a threat to Huntington. So I recommended that we do a mandatory evacuation at Huntington and began that vacuum evacuation about seven thirty. Our our teams, we we knew this was coming eventually with so much deadened down and the droughts over the years. And temperatures have been drier and well, it's been hotter and humidity's dryer. So said so much deadened down is this mostly forested area that we're talking about This heavy forest. Read for in white for as much as eight feet in diameter. And Bark Beetle infestations probably killed a third of that forest and Ecorse was. Caused by not not too much water much hotter temperatures in the last ten or fifteen years. and. So we have a lot of lot of fuel out there in the forest. You you focused a lot clearly on the evacuation is everybody out safely so far as you know from your area of responsibility. Absolutely. We made several passes through our small community. And we verified that everyone was gone, and then at that point, we had lots of strike teams which are groups of fire engines each. Totaling about thirty five engines by about two PM. At which time is started releasing our personnel to get their families and get out. So right now, the the only members of our fire department, our one company officer, which we will keep their throughout the battle. But it's simply not safe to be there. Well this helps to explain number that we've been hearing the past couple of days we're told this fire is zero percent contained. Is this a circumstance and of course, it's true of all wildfires to some extent circumstance where it's abundantly clear that the massive -ness of dead vegetation that you've described that the extreme dryness means that you really this is something that is beyond human control. At this point I think that's a that's a good statement. I don't know what the future of Huntington Lake is. But at this point to it does not look good. Has. The fire actually reached the the what had been the settled area of Huntington Lake. Yes. We have loss cabins of on the western end of the lake. All communications are down into the area I am not there at this moment. So it's very difficult to get serious information but about six PM last night, all crews were pulled out to about the middle of the lake. And we don't know if they re engaged or not. You said, all crews have been pulled out to the middle of the lake. Do you mean that they went out on the water? No. Okay this is copulated on the north side of the lake, and so a mid mid way on the shore you retreat retreated to a more defensible place is what you're saying. Thank you for much much better said, yes, Gotcha Gotcha I want people to know if they don't that you are as you describe it a brother in the Catholic church maybe a layman would think of you as a monk that is another thing that you do besides volunteer firefighting for twenty two years. How does that inform the way that you think about an event like this? Well you know I'm a teacher at Saint Mary's College and I've worked with kids since probably nineteen seventy. So it for me, it's all about caring people and touching hearts and. It's it's that center of people that I worry about the most you can rebuild cabins and you can go somewhere else but it's the people. So you know just a a little. Thirty second bit for you. Yesterday morning, I drove by a cabin and made a PA announcement directly to people about you need to get out now. Yesterday I called her and told her cabin was gone. And she shared with me that are great. Grandfather that cabin in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty. And her grandmother talked about the moments out playing in the woods and collecting pine cones and. As she broke into tears. I. Thought. How many stories like this am I going to be hearing? And how hurtful this all is. Income on their summer cabins, they gotTA someplace to go, but it's the hurt and the loss and. Tens of thousands of girl and boy scouts that. Were at Huntington. And Church camps and private Anson. There's so many lives. So many memories that probably won't be there in the future. So for me, that's what it's about. It's about the people. And all the all the loss. Donnelly thanks very much for your insights. I really appreciate it and we'll continue following the news to see if you begin to reach a point where you're able to battle back. Well, we'll look for that moment to. Chris Donald is chief of the Huntington Lake Volunteer Fire Department, one of many areas in California facing massive

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Jordan: A Mystical Place

The World Nomads Podcast

07:13 min | 1 year ago

Jordan: A Mystical Place

"Kickoff with Cassandra Andrew Brooklyn somewhat of a regular on the past partly because Ville she super knowledgeable but also a love her laugh she runs the skyping. NY planning to us for the people. Who Don't like we're doers? And include Cuba Mexico and Jordan a country. That CASSANDRA has been to quite a few times. Now I sure have as a solo traveler and Also leading tours. There is it misty cool. Did you get that from my website. Yes because I believe it's called Mr Call Desert wonders or something. Something catchy that hopefully people are searching for it. So as like an I wound up in Jordan by chance. I've heard of the country but I'd never really thought of going. I was going to Egypt to visit a friend and I had some time and I looked at the map and I was like Ha Jordan's right there. I wonder what Jordan's like and so I asked around and I only found one person. I knew that had been there and and he told me it wasn't worth it because he did day-trip from Israel which is the worst way to go. Because you're spending ten hours on the bus each way to go to Petra and then you only have a few you our explore I thought there'd be more to it so I started doing online. Research showed up. You know spent about a week. And a half. That are backpacking on my own. Meeting eating wonderful people. I was late to meet my friend in Egypt because I was having so much fun enjoyed. It had such a blast and I've been back a few times cents and I'm leading trips there. It's sort of quite westernized in a way I hear so you know quite open to Western visitors coming as well and I'm talking about women traveling there specifically specifically absolutely. I think it's it's a wonderful destination in many many ways. But specifically it's a great introduction to the Middle East For Westerners Westerners and for women specifically I felt extremely safe all the time and of course every woman is going to have her experience and women and have to be more careful and women suffer more When they travel they have to put up with being women in every country in the world but in Jordan I felt extraordinarily safe? And when I've been I've written several articles about Travel Safety actually wrote to World No match one on travel safety tips to Jordan specifically for women and I was serving as many women as possible and I struggled confined women who did have some sort of negative experience. Just because I didn't want to write it just about like phenomenal experience. But Westerners are welcomed in Jordan literally. I was stopped almost every single day on my first trip for somebody say welcome whether it was a police officer whether it was a customs official and the airport whether it was a shop owner whether it was somebody standing next to me waiting for a cab or waiting across the street they would say welcome to Jordan. They want people to know that they are welcome in that country They want people to know that they are a friendly country that gets a bad rap because of their position geographically. People wrongly assume that it's unsafe so they go out of their way to make people feel welcome. I can't tell you how many people stop me to ask if I needed direction somewhere If I needed help translating to catch a cab You know kind to catch a shared car from a busy corner where nobody spoke English to a city that I wasn't sure where it was. You know multiple people coming together to make sure I get into the right vehicle and translating the driver and ensuring that you know showing me. I'm how much I should pay maximum so I'm not being overcharged and then the gestures and they're making insure I get out in the right place. And they're showing me how to get to my final destination so it was. I was blown away with the kindness there in general as a traveler but also a you know as as a woman. I felt very safe. Jordanian women are very well educated. Very independent Some of them do wear headscarves and that's optional optional. One hundred percent some of them don't And they have a lot of opportunity. I'M NOT GONNA speak on behalf of Jordanian women But from what I've heard from my Jordanian friends is there i. It's it's definitely it's one of the most if not the most progressive countries in the Middle East for women which brings us to one of the things we really want to talk. Oh to about these these programs encouraging Jordanian women to get involved in tourism. Yes yes there are a lot of different programs that are are being set up. Most of them are in the north and central part of Jordan and their purpose is to encourage entrepreneurship that creates lasting change in communities. So so it's not the Jordanian government trying to set up some new charity model. They're trying to encourage entrepreneurship and enterprise that that is creating changing communities and many of these programs are led by one men and support many women a lot of them have to do with cooking so so leading traditional cooking classes and helping people create their their own meals to create their own products. That can be taken back. As a souvenir. There's also projects excite relate to weaving and paper making and pottery and soap making So women are earning their income income by producing these products that are sold to tourists. But also they are leading these courses to teach Travelers their traditional skills that have been passed on generation to generation. Doesn't Jordan have a meaningful travel map. Yes they do the meaningful travel map is. It's exactly what this is the enterprises. That's what they call it. These meaningful social enterprises that are lifting up communities in a sustainable way so a lot of these organizations are also dedicated educated to being environmentally sustainable And also says sustainable in the sense that they're not just getting a lump of money from the government and then they're going to burn through tango away. They're saying well in the sense that they're they're creating lasting employment for their communities so if you go to The Jordan Tourism Board's website. They have this beautiful beautiful meaningful. Travel map that you can click on and you can see these different enterprises on the map and you can see what it's about and in some cases it will link to their website and some cases he says it'll take you to a facebook pages all in Arabic so that the last article article I wrote for world nomads. The exploring Jordan from a local women's perspective like one of the suggestions that I made is that you can absolutely go on your own to Jordan. I've done it. It's it's it's fine. It's safe if you really WANNA view to visit as many of these female lead enterprises. You're best off either joining a group tour that includes that or hiring a travel planner or tour operator to help you Include some of those places because many of them are not on the normal itinerary Many of them. You're going to need some private transportation and a guide or translator to get there but but they're totally worth a ECORSE. We we visit those on my

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Is Fidelity Overrated?

Maya's Collection of Love Stories and More

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Is Fidelity Overrated?

"It's faith is overrated. Let me start by defining fidelity a- face when his according to wikipedia is says it is a quasi faithfulness or loyalty its original meaning regarded to duty in the broadest sense than related to the broad sense faithfulness. Both of these words derived from the Latin were fidelis meaning faithful loyal. The Dictionary Derives Defines Finds The deltas faithfulness to person. ECORSE over leave demonstrated by considering loyalty and support. Sasha's sexual no fake when it's to a spouse or partner this makes me to the question is faithfulness overrated. In today's society people say that to a greater or lesser extent. Unfaithfulness has always occur among couples. And if you extend it to. Other areas like religion of causes and people have definitely been the faithful. Some people say that people are not meant to be faithful that marriages or coupling the fourth peop- forces people to be faithful up abound to fail when it comes to being faithful so fast forward to today's world in today's world views were the were were. There are so many choices. So many societies is that Rome for Fidelity but what about all those stories of love and the people who only want to be with shudder forever and ever more. I don't know but maybe I'm out of state. Maybe I'm a proud of too many ideas or what love it should be me. Being faithful is part of the relationship in. This should go both ways. I believe a person's feelings emotions should connect with their actions to people. Look at other people l.. Yeah and they will look when they see someone that attracts them. I think for sure they do that. But this should be so temporary. The Not foes afford should come to mind looking for a split second is different is very different than flirting texting emailing facetime phone calls and all the other ways people find to be unfaithful breath but I believe for the better or worse. Many people are realizing the rules are what fidelity means to them to me. Once you have to start making choices as to where your loyalties lies because of flooding talking taxing or any kind of physical contexts Skonto far. Then you have a problem problem. Maybe I think of live in simple terms a committed relationship. relationship has to be faithful when there is there is no negotiating dead. That can be a lonely whole place when I want. No one wants to share with you for for long. Because you're just not unloyal

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Those They Left Behind: The Victims of Roy Melanson

True Crime Brewery

27:01 min | 1 year ago

Those They Left Behind: The Victims of Roy Melanson

"His cabin they stopped at a gas station to put some air in the leaky tire and they had to buy some more beer because they're all out and it continued on their driver car jerked so the two men the shows with that day no surprise turned out to be Chuck Mathews in Roy Melanson so chuck gone out of the car underneath the chassis and so that Iraq had put a hole in the oil pan so michelle offered to give them in a ride in her car when they made it to town got to her car matthews got into the backseat with oak and Melanson wrote up front with Michelle Michelle drove them back to gunnison asmir thieves bonded with Oak Michelle Cherif Melanson yes it was late afternoon they arrived back at the Columbine Bar Matthews was really surprised though because then he overheard Melanson asked Michelle if she could drive him a few more blocks to where he left his truck now he hadn't even mentioned a truck Matthews Matthews didn't think he had a truck I mean if he had a truck why they've been riding around in his old terrible junker were to prove in itself untrustworthy in absolutely breaking down and leaking air and stuff that's terrible so that's a good question where we take in my old junker but he didn't say anything in Melanson told Matthews he'd be back in a while and rode off in the passenger seat of Michelle's car so matthew went into the bar but he was confused and he decided he'd wait for Melanson to come back and maybe he could give him a ride home in his truck but when Melanson and returned by nine pm matthews called a friend to pick him up and he thought that would be the last seat here this whole thing but the next morning Melanson Grove Michelle Wallace's Redman Asta station wagon to the JC penney storing gunnison and he wrote a fraudulent check to purchase a dress shirt and pants Georgia and Megan Wallace Michelle's parents were back in Chicago thinking that everything was Fine Michelle was alive and well and would be back soon they were really happy that she was going to working as a photographer in North Carolina but September second came and went without a call from Michelle and she promised Maggie that she would call her that day so Maggie called the sheriff in Gunnison to report Michelle Missing Ecorse it had only been a couple of days she was an adult so the dispatcher told her not to worry her daughter and probably just decided to camp for another day or two forgot to collar but Maggie knew better she knew Michelle and she insisted that Michelle would never do that so she persisted and she actually got the sheriff's Department to talk to her and to search scofield part so the next one warning the under sheriff went to Michelle's apartment and saw that she had never returned from her trip so they figure that Michelle could have had an accident the rugged country so the undersheriff co the crested Butte Police Department an SM to look for her car they call them back that evening saying there's no sign ever car. The Maggie's calling repeatedly she's just worried sick a massive search was started by the gunnison sheriff the crested butte police department and the Civil Air Patrol rose also many volunteers helping in the search also Michelle's remained gave the police Michelle's hairbrush I glass says to hold his evidence and this would pay off much later not right away because we're in nineteen seventy four technology and advancements in science in a long way to go through certainly did very minimal right right so it was on September six when Chuck Mathews heard about a missing girl on the radio and we heard the description of Michelle in her dog along with her last known whereabouts he knew that she was a young woman that he had met with Melanson on August thirtieth but of course all he knows about Melanson is his first name was Roy so matthews called the sheriff's department and gave them a description of Michelle of her dog and of her Red Mazda wagon the last time he had seen her was outside of the Columbine bar she drove away with a man who the only numerous Roy and this really sounded bad this made the case sound a lot worse were here it should have been less seen with a man she really didn't know right she just met no one knew who roy was or afraid even his real name then the next day ranch called the sheriff's Department to report that he had shot and killed a dog on September fourth in his dog matched oak description he'd get the thanks caller which had a tag with shells name on it and other people called until the sheriff that they'd seen the dog wandering around in the area since August thirty first again bad news because Michelle and oak had been inseparable yes she's missing in her dog is dead so it's really looking like foul play frakes but a fora was contacted after Chuck Matthews told the police that Roy had told him he had been killing coyotes for a sheep rancher in Scholefield Park Spatafora told them that he had employed Roy and he knew his last name it was worry Melanson regarded her name mill food yeah yeah but of course Melanson had left the area he had arrived in Pueblo and Michelle's Mazda on August thirty first and he had spent the night with sally the fourteen year old and got one of her sisters to drive him to where he had parked the Mazda he told her that a friend had left it there for him to us so at this point I really have to question Sally's mother Lucille Burdens judgment here what the Hell's going on it's almost like she's prostituting her daughter you know well he's kind of staying at their house it's very weird and I don't know where the father was I know he was working it didn't ever come home and see what's going on it's really strange disturbing situation that's an understatement for this time though Melanson seemed to be doing much better financially than the last time the Burton girls had seen him he had new clothes new camping equipment and a really nice camera now salad use the camp took a picture of Melanson laying on the couch behind one of her friends yes oh what's this man doing in the House with these teenage girls laying on the couch it's also creepy Dick I just don't understand it we don't have any information or any any reasons why her mother true things the way she do now I mean what I've read about the case there was always just the idea that he was such a smooth talker in so convincing but to me nobody's that convincing that you're going to let him hang around your fourteen year old weird hat royals yeah Melanson didn't stay in Pueblo very long on September eighth in Cedar Falls Iowa when he was there he joined Michelle's camera backpack and sleeping bag than in elk city Iowa he made a guy named Thurman Wilder in a bar and the two started talking while they're told him that he was a heavy equipment raider looking for a job and Melanson told him that he had a friend in Pueblo who owned a construction company and he was sure that his friend would hire wilder I think he was just trying to get a ride there I guess he was always trying to get something from someone he was with the conman are always still have was in his white Cadillac and when they got to Amarillo Texas Melanson duck the Mazda and he ended up writing the rest of the trip with wilder in the Cadillac Hitt told wilder that his car needed repairs and he was taking it to shop and they'd pick it up on the way back then on September twelfth an anonymous caller are reported a suspicious white cadillac that was hanging around a high school and the Cadillac was pulled over and Melanson said that he and Wilder just waiting to pick up Sally Burton at school which is pretty creepy right there your suit is but when Nelson's driver's license was checked the police discovered that he was wanted for rape and Texas so both Melanson and wilder were arrested and wilder gave permission for his car to be searched and the these funds several different items belonging to Michelle Wallace in the Cadillac these things included her car registration her driver's license insurance discard and also some of her camping equipment so there's no explanation that he's going to be able to give for that wouldn't appear to be so melanson was searched police found his unused best ticket from gunnison to Pueblo and found Semis two keys and two point tickets sleeping bag in a backpack then one of the offices remembered the beyond the lookout for a red monster station wagon on by Michelle while so let's solve this crime didn't we well no not really into which is a long way to go with that the Pueblo detectives are pretty sharp they contacted gunnison and learned about the search for Michelle the Amarillo police found Michelle's car it was abandoned one block from a bar recalled the hard hat lounge now the car was searched but nothing was found that would have indicated foul play so nothing they give us evidence and nothing that would help them and find Michelle of course they interviewed Melanson and he finally did admit to spending time with the Burton's and having a relationship with the teenage Sally but he denied that he'd ever had sex with sally you know they would just hanging around 'cause they had so much in common together you're just good friends sure I'll grown men have fourteen year old girl says their friends interviewed sally she told him that she hadn't Melanson in July your family's cabin and she said that she did actually have sex with him so restores here I'm thinking I'm going to bully sally absolutely he had traumatized her quite a bit and so isn't the statutory rape yes should be but you know you're gonNA find here that he really gets away with a lot for long time it's really frustrating after extensive interviews Melanson insisted on speaking to the FBI and eventually he said that he did remember Eating Michelle he said he had a drink with her in a bar and she had left her dog tied up outside then he said he'd made up an excuse to borrow her car and she had led him so he just taken off in her car and it never seen her again not very believable story no bishop since he had all her things on his position Russian was stopped that anyway we'll we'll take a story so investigators suspected Nelson in Michelle's disappearance so in three other Texas rapes and Texas murder and then the police in Louisiana also wanted to question mallets about a series of murders in their state great so it looks like he's just done a lot of crimes that he's gotten away with Chuck Mathews was brought in and he was able to identify Melanson as the man Michelle's car when he last saw them after that detectives were convinced that they had Michelle's killer but without a body the prosecutor wouldn't charge him with murder so they were kind of step yeah I mean I know this is forty five years ago so things are different because we've done some cases where they've prosecute you didn't prosecuted successfully people with nobody well it certainly can be done but you need a lot of other evidence where it sounds like they got your amount the first thing you know you have to be able to prove the person's dad that's the first obstacle where you have to be able to maybe not prove but beyond a shadow of doubt so did now same thing to me or care so searchers though they continue to look on the ground and from the for Michele Maggie and George Wallace her parents held out hope that Michelle would be found alive of course but a new about Melanson story and they knew it was a lie she wouldn't have loaned her car to a stranger but unfortunately no evidence was found that Michelle had been killed or like I said even that she was dead Maggie she'd never see her daughter again that started to set in and she fell into a really deep depression she was crying every day and people said she just looked totally lost six weeks after Michelle had disappeared the Colorado detectives asks for her dental

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The Suitcase Murder

True Crime Brewery

13:45 min | 1 year ago

The Suitcase Murder

"Welcome to hurry. I'm Jill and I'm Dick the bill and Melanie McGuire were an attractive couple in their thirties. They had two young sons to successful careers and they just disclosed and a five hundred thousand dollar home when bill disappeared. Melanie told their friends that they had fought on the night when they closed on their new home bill bill had physically attacked her and walked out telling her he was done with her buildings seem like the type of guy who would hit his wife and lead his children behind but Melanie insisted that he had hit her and walked out on his family. She even went to court and took out a restraining order against bill as the days passed did no one heard from bill. Melanie appeared to be moving on with her life without him but bills family and friends were worried bill had been a gambler may get pissed off the wrong people then a bizarre story got everyone's attention. I A Kenneth Cole suitcase was found in Virginia Beach and it contained aimed a pair of bloodless male human legs that had been severed at the knees one week later Virginia Beach Police recovered a second suitcase that was part of the same in Kenneth Cole set it held a five pound weight black trash bags and more human remains this time it was a man's head in torso but here this man was and when he had been killed were still unknown then the third last suitcase was recovered within two weeks it contains the man's hips and thighs. Virginia Beach Police launched an extensive investigation to identify the victim and identified him as Bill McGuire join us at the quiet in today for a very haunting case that became known as the suitcase murder well respected fertility nurse Melanie he McGuire was accused of her husband's murder and dismemberment and she faced life in prison. Although her attorney would argue her innocence a complex unraveling reveling of the facts would reveal a twisted murder plot which grew from infidelity greed and hate New Jersey case means new New Jersey near yeah figured I'm assuming she killed him in New Jersey. That's the belief yes. She didn't dump his body parts in New Jersey. I don't think now aw but the killing was done so I picked a beer called head high which is brewed by Kane Brewing Company in Ocean New Jersey Far Southern Jersey assist the shore head high is an American. It A in at six point six percent alcohol by volume pretty nice beer hazy orange colour. You're a whitehead some pretty lace aroma of citrus and pine. We have a citrus taste upfront grapefruit and tangerine primarily then some pine nine overlaps and Caramel Mo- nicely hop beer good bitterness the nice beer more vo west coast. IPA TRY IT. That sounds Cilicia. I love that kind of beer. This is your Beer Jill. Yes okay. Let's open that up right away. All right lead the way why down to the quiet end in you can begin our story. Bill McGuire was born in nineteen sixty four in river edge. New Jersey the two older sisters his father worked as a pressman for the New York. Times and his mother stayed home with kids. A billy was the baby of the family family. He got a lot of attention. Here's a cute but very rambunctious kid now when he was four years old his parents divorced bill's mother had to take a job to support the children so she worked the night shift wild bill's oldest sister. Cindy babysat her siblings the Mon- Work Six nights a week so Sunday began to feel like she was a second mother to Bill Leeann. I think bill really looked at her that way even as an adult or you're she had a very maternal influence on his life and when bill was twelve his sister. Cindy moved out and married a guy named bill. Gosh he was an older man who was a pharmacist first and then bills other sister. Nancy moved out as well. Their parents had divorced and remarried a few times so it was very unstable. Environment Sir remarried controller yes back and forth while and Nancy would later accused their father of sexually abusing her too so there's a lot going on in the home sounds work so bill went to Catholic school and he was a decent B. Student. He was quite outgoing and a lot of friends when he was just fifteen ran ran away from home and went to live with Cindy and her husband and he did live with them for a while but eventually left after not following all of her household rules because Cindy was strict then after that he went to his sister Nancy but she didn't have room for him so for awhile bill lived with his high school coach and then he lived with the family of one of his best friends so this is kind of a hard scrabble life he had in his teens assurances. Just been a Roman around yeah. Yeah doesn't have any stability really not much now and we're not really sure what was going on in the home that he felt like he had to run away but it was probably tumultuous between the parents. I mean just the fact that they were together the not together then together the not together. I mean that's that's in stable ripple enough her unstable enough by itself. Yes absolutely so bill was living with his friend. Lenny and his parents and Lenny's twelve year old sister Marcie Darcy got a really big crush on bill so after graduating in nineteen eighty two bill joined the navy thought it would give him some direction in life leaving both his high school girlfriend behind and young Marcy. He broke two hearts when he left the navy bill made friends with a guy named Joe Rice Ace. He was another recruit who was three years older at first. Joe Thought that bill was kind of obnoxious because he was always showing off and telling jokes but then the two men eventually became close friends and bill was very well dressed and bought himself a Camaro which he shouldn't have been able to afford he would admit to Joe that he was opening up checking accounts in fake names and writing bad checks in order to finance the lifestyle that he wanted to live Marino. I got certain needs in my life. I'm just gonNA write checks. I think that's the way he looked at it and remember this is a guy who didn't have much guidance right and he he was really taken with having things that he had had growing up so not to make excuses because it really wasn't a good thing to do of course of course yeah but now that's what he did so in nineteen eighty five. I guess he's been in the service for about three years at this point bill's girlfriend from back home. Lisa flew down in Norfolk to Sam on a weekend. Leave a few months later bill visit Lisa in Vernon New Jersey but their relationship came to an end over well he was in New Jersey Bill. Marcy asked her out on a date and then he and Marcie gradually became a couple and kept in touch with pitcher yes so after Joe Rice married his girlfriend he told bill about how much more money would be making his naval marriage benefits his income nearly doubled after near his girlfriend and then it wasn't too long after that when bill decided to ask Marcie Mary him so a lot of people thought bill just did that to make more money. Let's the impression absolutely his buddies. Tahoe are almost doubled my income so bill's Franken. That's brewing right. We'll marcy was younger though she just graduated from high school but she was very very taken with bill and she accepted did his proposal and she moved down to Virginia to live with bill and to go to College Marsin Bill secretly married in a civil ceremony and then they moved into into a one bedroom apartment together nineteen ninety bill left the navy after earning his associate's degree from tidewater Community College Bill Dylan Marcy Move to Edison New Jersey and he started attending rutgers university where he was going to study pharmacology bill and Marcy moved into an apartment and both took jobs in local restaurants to pay the bills but bill is unhappy then he wanted to split up nineteen ninety two he left. Marcy surprised her. I guess pretty much broker heart 'cause the next two years. She tried to win him back but bill never looked back at Marcy. Who's WHO's dating new women again almost right away after the break-up yeah he had already really checked out of the marriage and then in the summer of nineteen ninety four for a friend of bills introduced him to Melanie slate. The two were attracted to each other and they seem to have a lot in common. They seem to really make a good match. Watch so a little bit about Melanie. Melanie Lynn slate was born in nineteen seventy two in Ridgewood New Jersey. Her father left her mother. When Melanie Melanie was still a baby and then he died a few years later from cancer. Melanie's mother Linda moved back into her appearance on with her daughter and Melanie's Janis Aunts and grandmother helped to raise her her mother. Linda can you to her secretarial job in Manhattan and that's where she began having an affair with her boss Michael Caporetto and that would last for years and Years Melanie grew up beside Michael Cap narrows son Michael Junior and and when Captain Aero finally left his wife he and his son moved in with Linda Melanie but it certainly wasn't the ideal childhood. Her doesn't sound black. Does it now so the kids would go along with Lyndon Michael when they went to Atlantic City Michael Junior and Melanie. You were usually left alone in hotel. Rooms are pretty lengthy times while appearance gambled Michael Senior was such a high stakes gambler learn they were often given comte hotel suites in room service for the children. SA- gambling really can be a serious addiction. WHOA course I've never never really known anyone that has it by Sir with sound of surprise well after I read about this I looked into some other issues with that and children and there is a problem in Atlantic City and Las Vegas of people just Kinda dumping their kids and running off to gamble for days at a time were very often read stories about the type of thing apparent has come the gamble and just dump the kids somewhere. You're gives them a few dollars. Say go under around how fine the gamble one. I think forget about their kids. They get so involved in it because there have been instances was reading about where children have been molested or even kidnapped napped. You know little girls using the restroom in a casino by themselves ECORSE. That's not why s- some horrible things have happened because of this so the only thing I can think is it must be a very strong addiction like drugs for people to leave their kids like that sure immune. A lot of these people are normally holly good parents but this is how Michael and Melanie grew up with a lot of that now even though their parents had some money and they were comps suites they were still abandoned on their own so they became very self sufficient these kids. I guess that's the good part about it. Melanie was really an excellent student and issue reached her teens. She was a beautiful girl. She had long wavy brown hair and a petite figure. She became very self confident and was very flirtatious with the boys at school. Some of the other girls disliked her but melanie had an outward kind. Mr Mr Personality too and she often took weaker girls under her weighing in offered advice on advice and support now. She is an attractive woman you you compare it to an actress. who was that well at Harry? I just mentioned that she looked like what's her name. Marielle and Muster Antonio Veterinary Curry something master Antonio Okay so an actress from like the eighties here yeah yes so she's a good looking woman and she had a lot of freedom when she she was a teenager so that could be a bad combination all this free of within attractive teenage girl she last virginity on a trip to Mexico when she was just thirteen eighteen years old because she and Michael Junior were going out to nightclubs and bars they were just on their own on these vacations so she hooked up with with a Lerman lost her virginity at a young age and then Melanie also began to gamble and she became promiscuous. She slept with older teens when young men who buttered gifts and took her out to fancy restaurants. She was almost like an escort in her teens with some of these older guys and she was his proud of it. She bragged about having affairs with two of her married high schoolteachers as well something to brag about. Isn't it on your teenage girl. 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Hurricane Dorian bashes the Bahamas

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Hurricane Dorian bashes the Bahamas

"Brian. Mcnulty is the bahamas going to get a break from dorian. <hes> unfortunately not real soon <hes> it's just been an unimaginable thing to have happened there to have a category five his hurricane to come in and start all over the the grand bahama basically for twenty four four hours <hes> so things will gradually improve at the storm starts to drift north but as of now it's just literally adrift one mile per hour so it's not in any hurry to leave those places who ecorse wanted to move away as quickly as possible things start to see what has happened and how the start trying to get people <hes> found in <hes> so that stalling of dorian over the bahamas means that they've been suffering from one hundred twenty mile an hour winds if not more and ceaseless rain lashing a grand bahama especially. Why did it stall for so long. Yeah there. There was a bit you've uh it was always forecast to come to a gradual stall and then turn north near the florida coast but the length length that stalin was not really foreseen to well <hes> and so what happened is the ridge to north which is what would help steer it <hes> west a little bit and a trough to its north as well. That's coming across the eastern u._s. u._s. <hes> that that is what was kinda slowing down the trough moving in to

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"ecorse" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"ecorse" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The other Ecorse. I guess area that we will we'll focus on with our students has to do with that long term. I don't want to say, well fact was this because you don't need to be wealthy to retire, but you need to put yourself in a position where your financial independent, and that means that you're not dependent on the government or on the state's social security or no longer dependent on a job. You know, I think the average person collecting social security's, bringing in what is it twelve hundred dollars a month Ryan, actually search that last journalism around twelve hundred dollars a month. I mean, that's poverty level incomes, far as I'm concerned, you're not gonna just rely on that. So you need to have a plan to move into retirement, at some juncture of your life, a plan, so that you're not dependent on the state. You're not dependent on your kids relatives. Charity, the pay your bills and you no longer depending on a job now. And that's what it looks like. So we teach our students first of foremost, what's that number look like for you? We, we sit down and do some planning with our students and help them identify how much money do you need to replace your income, if you wanted to retire, h sixty five what if you wanna retired age fifty? Eighty five and then put together a plan for them to do so. And that plan involves really several different strategies, one is that it's a proactive strategy meaning that you're going to go out and visit those accounts, personally a couple two or three times a month mine. In addition to that, then you need to understand how to allocate had to find the assets that you want to put in that port folio, and you want stuff that's green and growing in that financial garden. You don't want stuff that's ripe and rotting. Right. And then you need to have the ability the flexibility to, to remain agile enough that if the markets the decide to tank on us. Well, first of all, you cut some protection on those assets side, so that you can get your money back without really having to take a big loss, but then also being agile enough to that know how to put your money in assets that are gonna go up when markets decline in price. So that's what we focus on at the academy. We teach traders, people that want to trade how to trade, the financial markets with high frequency. And then long-term investors as well. You know what? We're a pause for station identification,.

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Uber prices IPO at $45 a share, near the low end of range

BBC World Service

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Uber prices IPO at $45 a share, near the low end of range

"Shares began trading today last night, they were priced at around forty five dollars each. But actually, that's not good news Hampshire from our business desk. His explain it's not good news was right at the bottom of the expected range fully four dollars to fifty dollars was the range that the investment Bank was backing the deal was looking for to sign that investors Ecorse about the firm. So I spoke to as Williams he's senior executive director Mike group in what he made of this. The interesting thing about Uber is that it's come to market and evaluation, which is just below the last private valuation before came to market, these stocks very much rely on momentum to attract investors and that momentum lost the same lift lift come to market. But of course, it's four back to the price which last raise capital prior to come into the market so mentions coming out of these stocks is that because people are sort of gradually getting to hang on a second. They don't make money yet or. The people waiting on the sidelines or is this general phenomenon in the marketplace. I think what's been interesting about the last three or four years. We've had this focus on growth growth has been dominating the trends in the marketplace. And that's been fact two factors have been really the first is that interest rates, generally, not just everywhere almost everywhere have made lower for longer. And so from that point of view growth, stocks appear valuable because you you discount evaluations by a lower amount. The second features we've had quite a boost in market Quincy particular here. And to join two thousand seventeen that's more money flowing around the markets. It's more money flowing around the markets and interest rates are low for longer, and that's really given the momentum to the growth stocks and growth stocks many of them have performed incredibly. Well, and so most investors feel they can't live without a few stocks nipple voted that almost sounds like you're describing the versions exuberance that happens during a bubble. Yes. I mean, if you look back the happened before remember the dot com. Boom got rid excited. Of course, what happened after dot com. Boom was everything peaked out dot com. Boom, and what was called the old economy, the ordinary companies which generate cash and profits and grow more slowly actually came to dominate the market again. And I think we could see exactly the same feature after this current

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"ecorse" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"ecorse" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I think we're all waiting for that moment. Paul could've happened today with Colgate. And Jordan burns against Tennessee. Obviously didn't UC Irvine. That was a nice win for them, but against undermanned Kansas state team. So I think everyone's with Virginia kind of coming back in their game. And that was another potential story that sort of fizzled. So I think we're all kind of waiting to latch onto that key moment that sort of defines these first two days days of all of us who love sports look forward to really the entire year. Yeah. I don't want to turn them in. Because I mean, we may by the way this time last year we were saying it hasn't been all that greater tournament. And then Virginia went down at the spectrum center. The whole world seem to come to two of screeching halt. So I I don't wanna say that yet Duke is playing tonight and Duke laws would be the story of the of the century. But we always appreciate talking Yatom. Great great Albion. Enjoy the rest of the night up there in Columbus. Okay. Thanks popper. She had it you got it. Adam Berg unusual day in Columbus. You don't you're outside in late March without even code on must be a rare spring day in in the in the state of Ohio listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. So we mentioned the uncertainty of what is happening with Avery Johnson. Both there there is a finality to Vanderbilt's head coach price, drew. He was let go today and most people were not overly surprised by considering how poor this season went. But one of the most distinguishing respected basketball writers in America. Mike Ecorse has had a differing view. He's with the sporting news. And we're always delighted to welcome into the program, especially right in the middle of March madness, Mike, thanks for the time. I wanna get right to your thoughts on on drew. And then we'll broaden the scope a little bit to the overall tournament. But you had an interesting reaction that we all paid very. Close attention to good afternoon and tell us your thoughts on that decision. I have to say that. I you know, I know that that you're right in the heart of it. Right SEC network. And and so, you know from a more micro perspective. Maybe it wasn't surprising. I don't know. But from a macro perspective looking across all of division one in high major basketball. Most of the people who are who are spread out watching the entire country. We're really surprised at this result at at at the dismissal of Bryce true because it was his second season. She's me third season on the job. He was three years into a rebuild because the player who had built this team around. Darius garland was injured in his fifth game at Vanderbilt and was the most important player that they had recruited and because they're recruiting had gone. Very well. I mean, they had good young players in there. Mostly freshmen sophomores, obviously, the loss of garland was devastating. And I compared it to. To win the colts made the playoffs in twenty ten. They were ten in six that year. Had a nice year not a great year. But they they were very successful. And then Peyton Manning missed the entire twenty eleven season for Nick surgery, and they went to and fourteen and that's kind of what happened to Vanderbilt in. I the difference being that in college basketball. You can't go out and find a Nick foles. I mean, you're kind of back with who you got. And and they didn't have enough clearly and it, but I thought that with the continued evolution of their recruiting and continued progression that they would most likely eventually succeed, and they decided to pull the trigger now. And I will tell you. I don't I think people don't understand how recruiting works now. And and it scares me when the people who don't understand the people who are making the decision because if you if you okay you fire your coach now March twentieth..

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"ecorse" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"And and that's basically how we execute it. And what was what's really interesting? Is that overcomes and guys with ten calms would be up a lot of times calms down. But overcomes the where it'd be like, hey, we're leaving breakdown your security, and then you're waiting for a call waiting for a call waiting for a call, and I'd have to run over there and say it looking at someone actually say it and then they're like oh. And for some reason, they're they're they're hearing it in their headset. And. It it just it ain't happening. And you just gotta go guys get the get jammed up, you know, and that hourglasses just turning and turning and turning and you got to go. You know, hit him to get things moving at that processor moving and going again, and then sometimes just your presence there, and what you know talking about yelling. You're not yelling at them. Like, boom. Get the sixty gun or down. Let's go. We're moving this way. Hey, get that wounded man over there, the strength ditch the stretcher where done go and then hustling, everybody up and just trying to keep everything moving around and. I'll say this now everything that we faced in combat. Was easier than the stuff we faced in training because you put the screws on a so hard that we were like, okay, we've seen something pretty dang close to this before. So when when a guy stepped on on an idea and lost his legs that we didn't experience and training, but everybody dealt with it in a professional and Ecorse that was horrible situation. But that was not something that we were new to. We were like, okay, we've done down. Then we've we've had this situation. You had a couple of guys get pretty severely wounded. And it was it was a factor in their pain. But it was no factor in how we fought. And and how we dealt with the situation there were there a couple times that we came ludicrously close to blue on blues. But because we we had you'd reinforced everything and training because we'd mitigated those blue on blues bloodlessly in training. We didn't have them on the battlefield. Well, it was I mean for me coming into that role coming home. I was I was I was. I was pretty emotionally connected to the fact that I wanted you guys to be ready and just you know, like the whole down down man thing. Like, it's not easy to carry down man, especially not easy when the guy helps you and he kind of its training. He gonna jumps up on your shoulder and put us hand in that. Right spot on your back to stabilize himself, and all those little things that they do to help each other out is it's not that easy. It sucks and. The blue on blue thing. And I remember I a task unit. You're tasking included would have a blue on blue. And I'd bring him into the office and everyone in the chain of command would sign like a safety violation. And and I would tell everyone I'd say, listen, I'm not doing this degrading you because they'll person in this room. That's had a real blue on blue. Where people got killed is me. And I did one thing. I don't want is for it to happen to you. So there's so much driving me just to to to try and make it as realistic as possible. And then, you know, you get the kick ass team guys that are running all the training may once you give those guys that direction. They're just going to go. And that just, you know, so I mean, I show up for the training sites..

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"ecorse" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Today's kind of an update I've done a couple of episodes in the past. We've talked about my morning routine. And I've talked about habits in depth. In fact, if you go back through the lean show archives. You'll see that that's a common theme. I mean, I regularly talk about habits because habits make your life easier. A habit is something that makes it less necessary for you to rely on motivation and discipline. If you have a habit, it becomes mindless. Like, you just do it. You just do it. Because you're looking forward to the way that you're going to feel and that's really important. Today's episode what I'm going to share with you is not how to develop habits, but the habits that I've developed that. I believe while I'm positive helped me to feel normal helped me STAN track, and they make it. So that I don't have to be as disciplined or as motivated, I I don't have to rely on motivation indisciplined because I have these habits while most people start with their morning routine. What I'd like to do is talk to you about my bed. Time routine because I really believe my very productive morning has become so because I've done a much better job of developing evening or bedtime habits. Okay. So let's start there. Once I decide I'm ready to go to bed, which is usually depends like I'm not going to tell you I have a specific bedtime. But by about nine o'clock, I start getting ready and headed in that direction. And I start some of these routines at I'm gonna share with you. Now. I is I decide what it is. I'm going to start my morning with the next day. And I do this by considering audiobooks podcasts audio courses that I am a member or student of anything that I'm learning. Now, you might think that I'm just gonna look at whatever, you know, is in my podcast feed or whatever the book is I've just recently downloaded. But I don't do that. Because then I don't have an agenda when we have a growth mindset, we can accomplish so much. But if you're just taking an all kinds of information, you can feel. Fused and overwhelmed. So I don't just look at my podcast feed. I don't just listen to the book that somebody suggested to me yesterday. My goal is to listen to at least one book per week if not more, but I try to make sure even if I'm downloading five this week. I try to make sure that what it is. I'm consuming relates to Ecorse almost thinking of my life. And what it is. I wanna learn like a subject or like a semester in school. So let's say, for example, this is a true story. And it's not a for example. It's like an actual real life example, right now what I'm really trying to better understand is conversion rates and understanding Facebook ads and because gosh, it's really changed in. It's had a profound impact on my business. Now all things related to business are of interest to me. So that would be books about leadership that might be books about social media that might be Audio's about the power of saying. No, like, whatever it is. There's a million different things relate to business. But if I know specifically what it is. And where it is. I need to improve. Then I need to focus in on subjects that relate to that. And I need to stick with it until I feel like I've solved a problem. So I start thinking about that the night before like, I asked myself. I don't go. Okay. What looks good. What do I want to listen to you tomorrow? I think what am I hungry to improve? What is the biggest problem? The greatest challenge..

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"ecorse" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Click on big deals proper to Ecorse voted with Obama to uphold ObamaCare finding it to be attacks. When no one thought it was a tax except John Roberts. You say, hey was blatantly political on that ObamaCare decision? But nonetheless for the first time, maybe ever, the chief Justice of the US supreme court said we do not have Obama judges or Trump judges Bush judges or Clinton judges and went on to say that the course not partisan. Of course, he was wrong for someone trying to demonstrate the judges are not political. Why would you then get a new political fight with the president so Robertson one hand says we're not political? But on the other hand, he gets in a political fight does that make sense to anybody? And of course, it's political you think when Senator Ted Kennedy smeared, judge Robert Bork that politics had nothing to do with Kennedy speech, nothing at all. And you think the Republicans would not allow a garland to replace Justice Scalia politics. And the and McConnell had nothing to do with it. And do you think when Democrats filibustered Trump's nominee Neal Gorsuch to fill Scalia safe that the Democrats weren't acting politically or how about Justice Anthony Kennedy when they decided to step down wasn't that political? So it was done during Trump's administration Republican. And isn't it true that that the worst left-wing Justice on the supreme court Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is not stepping down because of politics, right? She wants to give her seat to a democrat. So how in the hell can Justice Roberts say that. There aren't liberal judges and conservative judges. You can flip the word liberal for Obama and conservative for Trump or Bush, and it works. Do you think? Bush what have nominated someone like Ruth Bader Ginsburg, or what Obama have nominated someone like Antonin Scalia or break Cavanaugh? Hell, I don't think. So not even close it wouldn't happen. Right. Doesn't work that way. So in and also works that when Republicans become judges, whether it's Sandra Day O'Connor or David suitor or Anthony Kennedy or John Roberts. They tend to times become swing votes and become more liberal. But you never have a liberal Justice, suddenly become conservative. Why is that? So when chief Justice Roberts made the point. The judges are not political. Do you believe that? Hell, no. I kind of wish it was that way. I kinda wish judges put on the black robe of anonymity and suddenly became objective, simply interpreting the constitution. But I'm married to a judge. I've been an assistant attorney general I've argued before the supreme court several times I've been in federal court quite often. I've been a federal law clerk, I know in the practice law. There are some judges you want to get in front of for some kinds of cases and other judges you want to oppose. How's it possible that the liberals keep running in San Francisco to find a judge to have a bunch of actions of the president declared unconstitutional because politically they want to go. So I know Roberts was complemented by the mainstream media for going after Trump, including by Chuck Schumer who. I was a fool Schumer said, quote, I don't agree very often with chief Justice Roberts, especially as partisan decisions when seem Holly political, but I'm thankful today almost alone. He stood up to the president for an independent judiciary is Shurmur. That's stupid. He calls Robertson Republican and believes the chief Justice issues quote partisan decisions, which seem highly political, unquote. But then he says Roberts is being independent Schumer. That's stupid your comments eight six six six four seven.

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"ecorse" Discussed on Product Hunt Radio

Product Hunt Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on Product Hunt Radio

"So selling me a Ecorse said, or a selfie stick or to be honest, I think it'd be kinda fun be kinda cool. I mean, if you're gonna get an ad might as well make it fun and make it something enjoyable, and you know having NICO's voice about your might be more fun than some random person. So I'm just wondering how that then don't reward like controversy and negativity bias as humans. We like. We haven't activity by bad news. We like controversial news. We like salacious news. And so anything that rewards volume over quality is going to incentivize a lot of bad behavior. The future's going to be really, really interesting about regard, right. The everything starts looking and saying the familiar because it's really, really, really easy to copy and reproduce everything that's familiar for all of us men's going to be insane. I mean, but this is the promise of the blockchain non fungible goods. This is the problem. The internet broke most creative industries because all of a sudden you could make infinite copies of anything. So with the blockchain you can, you can actually create a good that is one and done when and only and not not infinitely reproducible from me. The most interesting point about that is that lot of the crypto companies that entities that helped create these products may stop cease to exist because it may go bankrupt or whatever, but these products your point will live forever. So it's one of these. Is a terminal. It's one of these few cases visiting grease in the ruins folks who build three thousand years ago. Same same here. You know, we're gonna have all viz the artifacts that are gonna out, leave the creators. The end of this behind them, it's contain. There is a, this actually wasn't on the blockchain, but related to what you're describing yesterday, somebody posted a an app around or service where you could buy fractional.

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Paul Ryan: New York Times op-ed author "obviously living in dishonesty"

Gary and Shannon

02:52 min | 2 years ago

Paul Ryan: New York Times op-ed author "obviously living in dishonesty"

"Well, Paul Ryan now is talking about that op Ed yesterday. Dodging questions about Bob Woodward's book. Now being asked about the insider who is rolling on the president and his behavior. Paul Ryan says whoever wrote that anonymous op, Ed. Is living in dishonesty and should not work for the president. Ryan said today understands Trump's tweeting an unconventional tactics Bader bother people. But that Trump is producing good results. There is a there's a weird. Conundrum, I suppose the whoever wrote this finds themself and we talked about this yesterday when it came out in the one o'clock hour when we saw that the the person wrote this this anonymous op Ed piece said that the at talked about cabinet level discussion about whether or not they should invoke the twenty fifth amendment which would allow them to declare the president competent and make Mike Pence the acting president, and but they said they didn't want to precipitate a constitutional crisis. This doesn't rise to the level. This op Ed piece in this this now revelation that there is somebody in the White House that his usurping the president's authority on whatever issues, they think they're they're going to fix him on, but it is at least pointing in the direction of a constitutional crisis because our government does not allow us to elect a president. You may not like them doesn't matter. He's the president. And then have other people. Change his policy. Exactly people who are not elected. Right. We've got people. If you're going to believe what this what this op Ed piece lays out, we've got people who none of us elected running running things. Yeah. At the very least not allowing the the person we did elect, right? But you know, what I think Washington works like this you watch the west wing you watch house of cards. You you talk to people who've worked on the hill. And you know, that it's often not the lawmakers that are pulling the strings strings as the people behind the scenes, it's the lobbyists. It's the staffers. Yeah. You know? So I I don't I don't know if this is that different from other administrations I've been trying to figure out I mean, just running down the list of I went through the cabinet members last night and thought who is a likely person to have written this. Well, you and everybody else in the country. Orosa actually took to Twitter about this trying to pin her book Ecorse, the former reality star, she was a White House aide for a time. And she claimed yesterday's that. She knew who authored the peace, and she was offering clues to her followers on social

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Indonesia woman irked by mosque noise convicted of blasphemy

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Indonesia woman irked by mosque noise convicted of blasphemy

"Court in Indonesia has sentenced a woman who complained. About a noisy mosque to eighteen months in prison for blasphemy she was taken from the court in handcuffs prosecutors said the woman violated Indonesia's criminal code by committing, blasphemy against Islam there. Are reports that mobs burned and ransacked at least fourteen, Buddhist temples in Sumatra in a riot following the reports. Of the woman's complaint about a mosques noisy

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"ecorse" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hundred eight six six eighty eight eighty three any moment that you feel like you have me? Or any moment you. Wanna put me down I'm okay with it. We take. People who don't agree with me fair enough but I would suggest to be very careful about The truth the? Truth will make you. Free so we're gonna talk about the truth. At really. Can make you trip free but not anybody can You'll, ministers when, it comes to the bible says. The truth is that you free and is is become perfect as your father, in heaven is perfect They said they that's where they disagree Easily think that, only Jesus is perfect This. Is all the things I can do you can also do Become. Perfect as your father? In heaven is. Above, it, means exactly that so what does it what is perfect. Oh well we're gonna talk about that in just a little bit, but, yesterday I, was talking about that same subject saying, that drugs alcohol eating drinking or whatever it. Is you want sex excitement of every kind. Anger of every kind Is the root of all your, problems it's an emotional energy is the energy There's a certain kind of energy that. Comes from the world you don't look for love and all the wrong places. You can't find love in the world My producer is I. Have my co screen in is not working properly would you. Please refused fix it so I can get my callers. And q. okay is happening several times So just. Redo it thank you okay so? Here we are if you're gonna call me. If. You have a problem Many of you listening to my program, for, years, and years, and years the navy, now and then you get one that. Has the courage to. Stand up. Say. Look I got this. Is my problem and we now have a nice conversation And conversation makes the day because when somebody's speaks about whatever it is is is, smokes a cigarette he's he's on various kinds of drugs legal or, illegal, or, they have, he's crack cancer whatever, the illness is what they call it Is all from, the same one route So Addiction last night was discussed that way you're going to be addicted to. Drugs. Okay we understand, that but you can be addicted to food and food is good for, you but not good. Enough Listen my producer, Ecorse being doesn't work So Talk to me to get my.

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"ecorse" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

Anxiety Slayer

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

"So every pain I'd feel I was convinced would be horrible disease. Google. Will always tell you the worst case scenario. I brought to the internet Google of Dunga, and of course you're gonna find reflected back to you your ears. So for anybody relating recommend ceasing doing that. But as a noggin, I always say, please don't Google you're now. Yeah. Yeah, stay away from that because it will. It will just send you right down the rabbit hole. Yeah. And so Ecorse miracles, being this approach, this deeply spiritual approach that started addressing some of these deep existential questions that I was wrestling with and it being a system to have an experience of something beyond. You know what I'm aware of on a day-to-day basis. It clicked for me immediately even though I didn't always understand intellectually what it was saying because of anybody. Listening has dabbled in aggressive Nira goals. You know, it's not light read if the pretty heavy raid don't really know what it's talking about. A lot of times which is also one of my goals of my book was to really break down and may be understandable. But of course, miracle is about experiencing miracles. Miracles being either internal shifts in perception from fear to love or external. Miracles being expressions of love. So those experiences that we have when we are really just resting in heath and love and joy. And I don't mean romantic love. I mean like big love like love of the universe, the love that unites all of us. So it was an experiential, psychological, spiritual approach that clicked for me and instead of mastering my fear, the course helped me start to master the opposite which the opposite of fear is love. An ad idea of into that. I literally found the fears the anxieties starts fall away just like a snake sheds adult skin. What a relief. And I mean, just a quick picture of the before and after and this is one of the changes in me that still stops me my tracks and just pop the caused me to really appreciate how far come is to not be able to fly in an airplane either at all or at obsess about it for weeks leading up to it, or if I had to do it either be on medication or white knuckling a meditation the whole time because I was terrified and I wouldn't fly alone now I'm flying all over the place at times in turbulent and still feeling rock-solid piece. So this is the, you know, the possibilities for healing are extremely deep. They sure. Are you talk about freeing your mind from fear in the comfort that comes with connecting to our inner therapist..

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"ecorse" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Throw to first and trout back canada's stomach mike ecorse thumb injury last year it was the left thumb and he's wearing the protective mitt the oven mitt on that left hand the one to outside justed opted it should be noted this year with two strikes is hitting the one thirty nine the league average isn't great shade under two hundred but one thirty nine that's kind of like you're out yeah the two to swing and a ground ball to his left hand picks it up baba's now roles the first and fielder and he's up can you put him in somewhere not really not gonna make a difference i think when it comes right down to it for the giants and you know they've hovered around being this five hundred team after getting to five hundred in june where they had that eighteen and ten june and july it's been just the opposite of that they just can't get anything going and it was the sweep in colorado and now one and one here in the month of july now the giants are two and five with the loss year day two and five in the month of july i talked to adam this afternoon on the show and with the carmen and alley and by the way carmen will not be here for the post game today neither will alley they'll be back with us tomorrow morning and then tomorrow afternoon for the post game we do that from the twenty amendment ref was is like our third or fourth year doing that at least third at least a third year and it's jeremy affeldt said generation alive fundraiser i guess and a lot of the players are there and they're this celebrity bartenders in place i think is sold out and kathy jacobson did a great job putting it together so we're there for the post game show so to nica engineers it allio be there carmen will be there bonnie will be there and then we'll interview tons of players and that's it for three hours we go back member when it's like it's a lot of fun kidding you kidding me it's gonna be fun tomorrow but it is hectic tomorrow for the post game so just want to remind everybody about that but on this one today in the post game you talk about ups and downs of a season in july opposed to june you go through it and it's just part of what it is and as a giant sit here today they're forty six and forty five the classic five hundred team they've played ninety one games arizona of courses in action tonight against the padres maybe tyson ross can do something against robbie ray tamai right i've got the dodger angel game on it is in the bottom of the first and the angels have first and second to out against stripling in that one so maybe the angels can do something they had a big win last night but you can't go through the season hoping that the other teams lose that's the problem you can't go through the season hoping well we lost today let's hope everyone else loses because it's not going to happen you can't you can't play negative baseball you've got to play positive baseball and that's what it comes down to and you have to win games and these one run games the giants have been in more than i think just a couple of other teams are fifteen and fifteen and they're a team that is built to win a one run game because they're the built on allegedly solid pitching and the pitching is going in the right direction there's no doubt about it it is going i think their tenth in the league or eleventh in the league and.

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"ecorse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Wrote a first and trout back in stomach mike ecorse suffered that thumb injury last year it was the left thumb and he's wearing the protective meant the oven mitt on that left hand one to outside justed update it should be noted this year with two strikes is hitting one thirty nine league average in great shade under two hundred but one thirty nine that's kind of like you're out yeah the to swing ground ball up the middle to his left hand picks rolls i i is the throw was late then pull bella draw the bates tailored never totally controlled it it'll be e six as he had second base in his sights but he just couldn't completely onto it and changed direction and go to go to i yeah he got it cleanly happy that ball was in his guam right where you wanted but who's the lookie now at second base where he was going to go with the play and just didn't connect on the exchange bare hand reaching in to get a grip on him so this is kind of extends the my job is to analyze and you're looking at saint raw strictly on a hot days throwing more pitches in perhaps he really needs to weep dives for that ball the trout hits in right field or that plays made right there back in the dugout so here's pools down the pitch and curve mris high albert hitting into five spot for the third straight day or beg your pardon the second straight day fifth last night fifth by the way chris was the lowest that he's hit since two thousand and one his rookie year.

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New Mexico, Alexis Tsipras and Texas discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

01:36 min | 3 years ago

New Mexico, Alexis Tsipras and Texas discussed on BBC World Service

"Talks to discuss the setting up of a telephone line that will provide a direct link for the first time between the leaders of the two countries michael bristow reports there is already a telephone hotline connecting north and south but that's in the border village of panmunjom and links to side who sit within shouting distance of each other on either side of the demarcation line if install this new line will run between the offices of north korea's kim jong un and the south korean president moon jaein saturday's talks focused on technical details such as how it will operate and how to prevent wiretapping mr moon mr kim plenty use their direct link for the first time before they meet for summit later this month more people are reported to have been killed in continued air attacks on rebel held an clave near the syrian capital damascus syrian activists say the number of civilians killed in the town of duma has risen to forty the attacks began on friday often negotiations with the rebels broke down they've refused to withdraw the government says the rebels have been shelling civilian areas of damascus killing at least four people this is the latest world news from the bbc the texas national guard has begun deploying troops to the border with mexico following an order by president trump arizona is planning to deploy one hundred and fifty next week the state of new mexico and california have been asked to take similar action president trump said he wants up to four thousand troops stationed on the border until his plan wall is built ecorse in the indian says he of jaunpur has heard an application for bail by one of bollywood's biggest stars salman khan the actor was sentenced to five years in prison on thursday after being found guilty of killing two endangered black bug antelopes twenty years ago a decision is expected in the next few hours the greek prime minister alexis tsipras has repeated his demand that turkey should release to greek soldiers saying they should not be poems to power games and blackmail the two men were arrested on the turkish side of the border over a month ago and charged with espionage they say they lost their way in fog facebook has been urged to do more to prevent the.

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Brazil's ex-President 'Lula' defies court, hunkers down

BBC World Service

02:36 min | 3 years ago

Brazil's ex-President 'Lula' defies court, hunkers down

"Well as light and medium aviation platforms arizona is planning to deploy one hundred and fifty next week new mexico and california have been asked to take similar action lawyers for the former president of brazil luis inacio lula da silva are reported to have held talks with the authorities to arrange his surrender lula defied a court order to hand himself over to police to begin a prison sentence for corruption he's currently staying at the metalworkers union headquarters his county watson a criminal or savior did supporters gathered outside the metalworkers union the answer was clear johnson lula's name crowd said they wouldn't give up the fight to keep him out of jail from the very start this trial has divided brazil lula his lawyers and his supporters have claimed it's politically motivated designed to get him out of the race for the presidential elections in taber his critics say they just want justice he needs to serve time his corruption conviction but how about happens through peaceful negotiation or confrontational arrest is what everyone here is watching now hundreds of people are sheltering in evacuation centers in fiji as a second tropical storm in a week approaches the south pacific island nation a cyclone last weekend left five people dead and caused widespread flooding the authorities said the storm had the potential to develop into a category one cyclone weld news from the bbc ecorse in the indian city of jaunpur has had an application for bail by one of bollywood's biggest stars salman khan the actor who is fifty two was sentenced to five years in prison on thursday after being found guilty of killing two endangered blackbox antelopes in the western state of rajastan twenty years ago facebook has been urged to do more to prevent the sale of nazi memorabilia through its website items including an ss badge bearing a swastika as well as a collection of third reich documents and propaganda materials have recently been posted on facebook marketplace campaigners said the trade in such memorabilia could fund and encourage far right extremist groups the world health organization is marking its seventieth anniversary today with a cool for countries to strive for healthcare for everyone everywhere within five years the who said that over the past seven decades life expectancy has increased by twenty five years with six million fewer children dying before their fifth birthday down in one thousand nine hundred y'all stray and actor russell crowe who is about to get.

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Star Wars' Mark Hamill Gets a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Geek News Central

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Star Wars' Mark Hamill Gets a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

"Go vert tell v r t o e uh again these are all luggage services must him offer insurance of your bags too so uh like anything else just remembered jewelry in cash that you put in your checked luggage on the airline is not insured if it gets stolen the airlines do not have basically in the fine print they will not cover your jury same thing with any of these services you keep jewelry cash and your bag he get stolen they're not a liable so uh niece usm common sense but a good way to stash your bag if you're going to be traveling in you're not going to be close dear combinations rican drop specific at the hotel with the bellman star wars icon mark hamill got his hollywood star so can if you those of you that are star wars fan congratulations to mark hamill and dna is added to the walk of fame and uh so away way way overdue here he in ecorse he was a with george lucas and harrison ford uh so fantastic fantastic for mark hamill and dead that you're hollywood inside a report for this show he the burger flipping robot as as get a fourday break that we had a couple of hard days at work and they're they're given in four days off now the good news is if you're worried about a robot taking java turns out the mechanical labour's need a break uh only singleshift in his poorly kelly burger restaurant passi california this week flippy the robot burger flipper is going on hiatus just for a few days they're going to be taking a back in making some tweaks they learn some things according ports robot did his job well but with.

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"ecorse" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Bonus for those willing to do this it edna ecorse me as a teacher i thought name bonus uh it and i think that it incentive uh for for someone to take on this responsibility because i think you have to have that you know when you when you go into to education you wanna be be a teacher up until now really you never thought about okay i'm going to have to protect these kids in a life and death situation most probably of course you know we've had uh ever since columbine that's been in the back of our minds but now with the the frequency uh that this is a starting to happen at the cartage uh from from florida the seventeen uh that were killed it's a on the forefront of everybody's mind and is is that a good thing to have a bonus for teachers at that want to do this in what are you what teacher to do with the god should it be a defensive posture to protect um the the kids that you are with at that time period or to go after uh whoever is um is uh is is shooting up the place now if you're in a school and uh there's you know there's active shooter there's a lockdown in place you know there's protocols for that is the teach are going to have to leave uh the roma kids uh the then go after the shooter if they have a gun or get it to me it seems like it's it's going to have to be just a just a case by case thing um if uh if you're in one part of a you know especially some of these large schools uh multiple buildings if you've dole ever view here uh i say you would try to go after that the person you're probably not going to know exactly where this person is app probably close to it at entrance or exit though but it brings up the uh the interesting discussion about if you have a a gun at a teacher with a gun will they do.

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"ecorse" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Including two hundred thousand new jobs in manufacturing alone tremendous after years and years of wage stagnation we are finally seeing rising wages unemployment claims have hit a forty five year low so start with you kathy abroad of its i'd love you to sort of introduce the idea of what he had to say about the economy there is a lot that is going right with the economy right now so to do so to what extent can the president in every president by the way is going to do this if things her coling while of course are going to take credit for it but comment about that what did you hear when it comes to the ecorse anthony is the economy is strong and as i talk to people about donald trump that as the first thing you here you know yeah i don't like everything he does that man the economy is blazing right now and and they give donald trump a lot of credit for that now there was a lot of a you of things that he took credit for that really started under barack obama's eto did the job growth the the unemployment data dropping the um and even some of the stock market although i do you attribute some of that to optimism about donald trump's policies i'm certainly does trump can take credit for uh the early effects of the tax cuts which i are putting extra money in in a lot of people's paychecks so so he can take some credit for the economy of course he goes way overboard in what he actually is taking credit for ultimately though by the time we get to november 2018 i don't think people are really going to care about who's credit it is uh people who are going to vote based on the economy um and we're going to vote based on jobs are gonna look at uh you know this exist is existing under the current administration and they're going to put their vote there um one thing though that we don't hear that affects the economy and affects the jobs longterm and also is a major conservative issue in has been um among republicans for a long time is the debt and deficit an ad we heard a lot of uh trump uh wanting to spend money on i in one one and a half trillion on our on on had infrastructure program.

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"ecorse" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"To know that proceeds go to support our programme of work so all of the great initiatives and programmes that we spoke of on your show jeffrey um this is our only fundraiser the only one that supports all of what we just talked about and so yes it's a great gathering and yes it's a great party but to add proceeds go to support the important work that the hispano chamber dozen the community so some listening who has not attended can you suck meant the evening with say some longer and what can they expect their walkin sure he got out of the night sure they walkin right over here in third street right in front of the convention center they can expect a beautiful red carpet um we start with a of ecorse edgar a cocktail reception in the foyer we transition to dinner where there's minimal speaking rolls it's not your longwinded speeches that yield um experience at this event so a beautiful gourmet dinner and in ballrooms abyan see at the convention center from the dinner we transition to the key vodka tori mmhmm it just across the way i'm on the same floor transition to um the concert with low slobo us and from the concerts you transition back into ballrooms avian see for the dance party and then the after party so like you said it really is an experience and for those that want to continue throughout the night until the morning they can book a room at our host hotel at the doubletree for a discounted rate or the high at her hotel on to lose and hang out with us throughout the night so yeah again it's an excite really isn't experience and also there's a lot of obvious networking going on because the who's who of their on joost the yes of the folks or the business owners in the leadership for both in business community quality of life all of that from new mexico there so you can literally walk from one tabled in the next and see the governor then you might see a senator than you might see the owner of a business here may be a celebrity over there and the it's that kind of event ride any at which really nice about the event jeffrey is so we're telling you about it were cell and people on the on the.

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"ecorse" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Alabama's capital kayla morse routed herself of two dozen other women friday today to defend her husband roy bore against accusations of sexual misconduct that are dividing republicans and women in particular is cbs's dean reynolds alabama's evangelical may not be in step with their brethren in the rest of the country stelzer chairs the billy graham center at eton college the credibility of avenge locals is being harmed by the perception that of andulo those don't care about the victims but instead just care about political power i care about the victims i've in jesus does to wisconsin's gun deer hunt season beginning tomorrow we are expecting to hear it here dan mayer is the head of the state dna our governor walker last week signed a bill into law eliminating age restrictions for gun hunting in wisconsin growing rolla will pick up their ecorse that's for the parents discretion you know but uh i would guess will pick up a few which he says is a concern tara then and angler you know provided they provide a good service in managing the wildlife blend this could be wet in the morning many hunters grabbing their tree stands guns in camouflage heading up north ahead of the hunting season this is just a need weekend to to seal the families passed through on their way of north to hopefully bag that big bigbuck shriners restaurant and has been in fond a lack for 80 years in general manager nathan hot says hunting season means big business we have extra staff on in the morning and we certainly will see our invoices be a little higher this weekend for sure longtime hunters like dave parker are part of the reason why i've been deer hunting for over thirty years with this group in we this is a.

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"ecorse" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on WCPT 820

"We are back on ring of fire radio i'm sam cedar here with heather pardon or as you know our from a blog hullabaloo digby so heather at the break we were talking about the just the this sort of the the the crazy cross currents that we're seeing with bannon on the outside and his announcing i guess this week that he was going to be challenging every single republican except for ted cruz he ecorse started the campaign off with the in ted cruz is coroner and uh one of the problems i think that we're we're we're we're looking at is the over the years i mean we talked about this probably ten twelve years ago again two thousand five two thousand six we we talk about the how fox was dominating in it was you know the arm now the mouthpiece of the republican party and now the combination of what seems to be unlimited funds and social media and by that i mean like youtube and facebook obviously twitter and the sort of technological advances domb right the their media enterprise has grown enormously it seems to me and there are now broad swath of the country where people are in a media bubble that they don't even have to make a conscious choice about so when donald trump gets up there in says things that are contradictory it's almost as if like this medium machine can just pick and choose which one they're going to take that will fit their narrative and.

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"ecorse" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"I can't imagine being a nationals player today i can't imagine being a fan of the nationals today how gut wrenching uh that was last night let's get to it still fireball express side look with ravi in hanbo car ravages the host the baseball tonight ecorse did all kinds of play by play on television for espn in uh paul and bikinis a researcher free as panacea mon mike and mike in alaska i give a great challenge for each view to start with today describe what we saw last night in the nationals cubs game in one word karl uh typical okay above predictable while okay uh so and then i'll give you the easiest question ever after what we saw what's more extreme the cubs adrenaline high after surviving that game or the low of the nationals today carl flow of the nationals for sure i don't think there's any question about that yeah and you need you can expound on that i tonioli earlier i cannot even imagine i can't even imagine trying to pick up the pieces from that chelsea jane's who we we hope to your from on the podcast later although i i wouldn't blame her if she just slept there after what she did cover last night she tweeted this out about max shares are she wrote maturation was basically beyond words deeply affected by this shaking his head clapping hands to is side devastated carl yeah i mean i i think you know i was thinking about it this morning that the bizarre part about what we've saved here to last couple of years uh insured or space last night the the most recent you breyer guy in who was a starter obviously and here's a strike out a strike away from ending the inning i thought he was going to get through that nine pitches he's a strike away an infield hit a little blue per and then you're you're faced with a situation where uh because he's a starter.

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"ecorse" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ecorse" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And shannon kfi am 640 more stimulating todd we have our eyes right now on the white house here's the president is expected to announce what many reporting will deal with drawl from this climate deal ecorse this was at a deal negotiate data for for years rally years to negotiate this agreement that they made formal in 2015 to fight global warming and pollution by reducing carbon emissions nearly two hundred nations this was something that president trump ran on america first getting rid of bad deals that hurt americans like gary and i spoke about out earlier in the show we don't think this is really gonna bring back those coal jobs now and i think it's an opportunity for the president to kind of exercise his strength the strength of the united states here but it means that we would be leading from outside as opposed to leading from within apple google walmart even exxon mobil bp and shell all said that they favored staying in this deal the economically it made sense not only economically but diplomatically blake do we have live audio from the rose garden at the white house let's see what we can sounds firms they're always the enemies almost like a cocktail does a baffi.

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