19 Episode results for "Eighty Five Percent"

Understand That Your Customers Behaviour Is Not Rational #961

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Understand That Your Customers Behaviour Is Not Rational #961

"Understand that your customers behavior is not rational, and that's a good thing. Do. Right now, of course, many of us are trying to find a way out of this current crisis, this current pandemic and wondering what is our consumers behavior going to look like in the wake of this theme and a lot of that means it. Our messaging is often around how we are adapting to the normal how we are protecting people, which I think is important but I. I remember while ago and I spent some time with Martin Lindstrom now. Martin is a world famous branding expert who does a hell of a lot of consumer research and he told me once eighty five percent of consumer behavior is actually a rational, and so if you think about it in that context, all this stuff that we're talking about around the protection and the safety. Doesn't necessarily matter a hell of a lot because eighty five percent of the behaviors rational anyway. And what that means really think that if can tell a compelling enough story about your product, your service, you'll brand that people will come and use it anyway, even if I can't afford it because I've just lost their job. If the story is compelling enough, they're gonNA count even if it's potentially risky, because there's a few people around, they will come if you create a compelling story, and so as you're looking to to plan out your marketing strategy, you'll messaging strategy over these next few months. Don't get caught up in too much of the rational stuff. Just remember that eighty five percent of consumer behavior is a rational so in that context. How does your Messaging Strategy Change? Living on the comments below already that is it for today I? Do thank you for your time and I will be back again tomorrow.

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16 Silent Symptoms of Leukemia That 85% People Ignored, Never Too Late to Check It

9 Innocent Signs You Need to Stop Drinking Milk

01:22 min | 6 months ago

16 Silent Symptoms of Leukemia That 85% People Ignored, Never Too Late to Check It

"Sixteen silence symptoms of leukemia that eighty five percent people ignored never too late to check it. Leukemia or cancer of the blood cells can cause subtle and surprising symptoms throughout the body. These are some signs. You may need to get checked. What is leukemia? Leukemia, a cancer of the blood and bone marrow malignancy that causes an abnormal production of certain blood cells as the unhealthy blood cells crowd out healthy ones. The blood and immune system function begins to falter, and you may notice physical symptoms into thousand nineteen doctors will diagnose an estimated sixty, one, thousand, seven hundred eighty people with leukemia, and about twenty, two thousand eight hundred forty people will die from the disease according to. To the National Cancer, institute, the disease can get worse quickly if you have type known as acute leukemia or progress more slowly and get worse over time, if you have a type known as chronic leukemia, while the following symptoms can be subtle signs of leukemia, the same symptoms can also be caused by many other diseases and conditions many of them benign. If you're concerned, see your health care provider for an evaluation. To, read full article, you can read through the link in the description below.

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Networking Tips For Any Industry

Work Matters With Ken Coleman

03:47 min | 2 months ago

Networking Tips For Any Industry

"This work matters with bestselling author and syndicated talk. Show host ken coleman. It's tuesday november seventeen new data research by link dead. You don't believe my opinion. Let's get some data. Showed new research by linked in says that up to eighty five percent of jobs are filled through connections personal connections yet. Most candidates still spend a majority of their time looking for postings and then applying directly and i use the proximity principle the right people the right places will allow me to find the right connection and somebody's walking my resume into the hiring manager so couple of things. I just wanna roll through here really quick some thoughts on how to bolster your opportunities through your connections here. We go number one. Add value to add value to other people acquaintances that you feel like hey i mean be reaching out to them but before i reach out to them for connection maybe i should do something vibrant for them show some value so that when you ask for the connection they go you know have a good taste in my mouth about this person. They showed me value. They did something for me. Stay in touch add value. Stay in touch. Make sure you're cleaning up social media. I don't mean bonehead things. Of course that goes without saying if you get stupid post that make you look like a bad character person or at least a questionable character person. Clean it up. Clean it up but put some good stuff on there. That's what i'm talking about. Put some accomplishments on there. All the social media accounts put some clear things out there about what you want. Why you want to do it. And then this is a new thought. I've never shared with sheriff folks on the show before. But it's about batching your connections one of things that's intimidating for folks when it comes to reaching out and connections is that you don't know where to start and i think batching connections is a great way to do that so you okay. Here are my acquaintances from my kids. Live so we know each other through youth sports or other youth activities so you're bouncing and these parents have friendly conversations when you're there so batch him into that category then former co workers you get the idea batch your connections and then it becomes less intimidating when you can go k. Fifteen people over in this little category. I knew twenty five over here. You're whatever it is and then you can reach out and it feels less intimidating. All of those tips aren't there they gave you that allows you to get the job to beat the competition. If eighty five percent of people are getting their jobs through social connections through connections. Why would you play the lottery and just apply on line by the way for those of you. That are new to the program in. You're hearing this. Twi wrote the number one bestselling book the proximity principle. It is the proven path. That will lead you to the correal. Love go get it. Ken coleman dot com read. It do it. I give you all the strategies. I tell you the people and the places that you need to be around in go get it but build a connections and opportunities will come knocking on your door. Who doesn't want that if you like what you're hearing make sure to subscribe and share work matters with a friend for help on your career. Journey listened to the ken. Coleman show podcast part of the ramsey network.

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Work the Least for It

Naval

01:52 min | 11 months ago

Work the Least for It

"In the modern as the quality of decision you make his everything because we're all leverage to leverage to Code community media capital Labor etc. If you're smart person every decision you make these days. You're leveraging it in some way and so the quality Decision making is more important than anything else if Warren Buffett makes the right decision eighty five percent of the time as competitors make it right sixty five or seventy percent time buffets gonna win everything that's the source of his strength good decision making. He makes one decision year. Two at most most of the time. He's sitting around reading books thinking hard reading. Syn's playing bridge traveling golfing etc. Obviously hard work is not the solution. Good decision making it. High Leverages solution having a peaceful mind being a happier person. Relying less on momentary pleasure and being calmer in general will allow you to have the frame of mind. Will you make better decisions and will actually increase your effectiveness as long as the increase in effectiveness is higher than the reduction in? Drive your well-off finally I would say. Do you want to be the best in the world by working the hardest or do you want to be the best in the world? Who worked at least for it right. Who worked the most intelligently for it if you were an omniscient impotent being imagine you're the universal God for a moment then just by pushing butterfly in one direction or just by snapping your fingers you would know exactly how the particles would collide from there on out that would change everything in the universe. You could get anything done. Omniscience is unknown pittance. Knowledge is power through pure knowledge. We can approve. Happiness and that happiness will actually increase our decision making capability. It'll give us more time to read. It'll make us more knowledgeable about how we and other people operate. It will make us more effective. It will increase our judgment and it should increase our earnings and the returns that we need to be financially free.

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Phone Scam Snakes For Sale

Mojo In The Morning

04:10 min | 4 months ago

Phone Scam Snakes For Sale

"Hey Mojo in the morning, the Kroger are ex savings club powered by good Rx can provide discounts on thousand prescriptions. Members also have access to over hundred common generic prescriptions. Members save up to eighty five percent visit Kroger S C Dot Com ready to start saving with the Kroger Rx Savings Club Mojo in the morning is your home of the phone scams Theresa Works at Walmart She put a flyer at work in the break room trying to find a home for her son's pet snake because he went back to college and he couldn't bring the snake with them to to school. She keeps getting calls about the snakes. So Spike is going to call up and be one of those annoying collars. It's a Mojo in the morning phone scam. Your whole. This is Mojo in the morning. Allows his theresa. ooh. I saw your flyer in the break room at work I'm sorry I have to take that down I. Lead them away you gave away the snakes. Yeah, we found a really great home for them. Do you have any other snakes? No no, we don't have any others I'm so sorry, wasted your time. I'll take that down today store getting any more in now. Here on the sheet to call your pet shop about snakes. Oh. No, we're not. I'm not a PUTT job I understood. No, I'm so sorry for the confusion I'm not a pet shop. I'm just a home when we When I get anymore snakes my son's going to college and we're done with our snake. Because I was in work and that's where I saw your ad for your show. I'm so sorry I, put that up because he wanted to find a good home for the snakes but we found one. Mind You Change your mind about selling the snakes. Then we're we're not. We're not in the sake selling business. I don't this isn't a pet store just home right defined really win. Next batch of. Snakes. WE'RE NOT GONNA be getting any more. Snakes, it was like. Wait. I JUST WANNA, make sure I get this rate. You say you're not selling snakes anymore. Remember were selling fakes. Hey I'll just try to make this clear. So basically, we just had stakes as pets. My son did and now we've given them away. So they don't have any more than we're not got. You know more snakes, right? What animals are you selling then? We're not selling any and. Why would you advertise? I wasn't advertising I just put up in the break room that we were. You know what we're not a pet store I'm sorry to wait. Has, the snakes I gotcha somebody else has the stakes. We don't have them anymore. We don't have any other animals do you have or not? Do you have any? Had It? But. We don't have what what? Do you have any hedgehogs narrow Chinchillas? We don't have any other you have any flying squirrels. Or sugar gliders no, we don't have any. What about chameleons are water dragons all we have what about box turtles went out of store. So you don't have any fire bellied toads. Well, we do not have fire bellied toads nor any other creatures like that we have one dog which we are keeping. We had some snakes which we gave away. We don't have anything else and we're not getting anything else. We're not a pet store we're just home regular old home and I put up the Flyer at the store just to find a good home for the snakes my son went off to college. There are no other animals here. Do you understand? I have a pot bellied pig is names twinkles. That's all she's got that one there. Hope. We're famous. This is Mojo in the morning.

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Mojo In The Morning Full Show 09-29-2020

Mojo In The Morning

3:39:46 hr | 3 months ago

Mojo In The Morning Full Show 09-29-2020

"Hey, Mojo in the morning, the Kroger are ex savings club powered by good Rx can provide discounts on thousand prescriptions. Members also have access to over hundred common generic prescriptions. Members save up to eighty five percent visit Kroger S, C dot Com ready to start saving with the Kroger Rx Savings Club.

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Apple Claims Half A Trillion Dollars App Store Economy

Newscast - Africa

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

Apple Claims Half A Trillion Dollars App Store Economy

"You're listening to the news at this our on Africa business, Radio Apple Seth, but it's APPS. Store. Ecosystem facilitated half a trillion dollars of trade in twenty nine hundred. The firm said more than eighty five percent of that fieger accrued transactions from which it did not take a commission. Announcement comes at a time apple and other tech giants of facing increased anti-competition scrutiny. Early! Developer has also called on the iphone maker to lower the fees. It's charges ahead of his annual developers conference next week and apple presentative to the BBC, that it was proud of the commerce that it had enabled and welcome scrutiny of its APP store, and that was the news at this time on Africa Business Radio. You can't continue to listen life online at www. Africa, business, radio, DOT, com, or fire. I'm able. Thank you for listening.

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O'Reilly Update Morning Edition, April 16, 2020

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

03:00 min | 9 months ago

O'Reilly Update Morning Edition, April 16, 2020

"You'll riley here and I'm warming up standby for the O'Reilly update morning edition. But first two out of every three guys will experience some form of this by the time of the thirty and it gets worse. By the time you're fifty this will affect some eighty five percent of us. How serious is at this has even been clinically shown to lead to increase anxiety and depression? So what is it that affects this many men? I'll tell you in a moment now share. How guys everywhere are winning the battle from home so on this Thursday morning. I have a very simple question for you. How's your mental state? How are you handling the pandemic emotionally? Are you depressed angry worried? Now you can control a certain amount of what happens to you. But as far as the big picture is concerned we have no control. So it's really not worth thinking about it very much. The virus will abate this time. Next year we'll be back to normal. I can guarantee you that but in the meantime we don't know what's going to happen and we can't control it other than to keep ourselves and our family safe by staying away from other people and that's pretty depressing what you can do or two things number one. Every day set up. Something that you like doing for me is books. I'm reading some books that I really liked and I'm ordering other books of topics that I'm interested in so books. I look forward to that and then I get outside and I do some exercising. GotTa have it. GotTa have it on your schedule. The second thing is to be honest about your situation if you're getting pounded financially. If you're really worried about that you gotta look out and say I got to improve this. And then you have to think about how that's called constructive life thinking and we have time to do that now. So if you incorporate all of that things will be better now this. What's the battle I mentioned? Men are winning from home hair loss and the game changer is keeps keeps offers huge savings on the only two. Fda approved hair loss products visit keeps K. Eps and chat online with a doctor who can prescribe the right hair treatment? Product for you get shipped discreetly to your door. If you're ready to take action to prevent hair loss go to keep stock com slash bill. Get fifty percent off your first order. Keeps DOT COM slash bill? That is the morning O'Reilly update more analysis later on.

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Listening to Ayahuasca Written By Rachel Harris

My Seven Chakras

15:06 min | 1 year ago

Listening to Ayahuasca Written By Rachel Harris

"The sudden swerving caesar energy position throughout the body and the base of the spine to the ground with the fourth vows to this ancient wisdom as we passed a measure to say what are the options obese energy center in these chuck help you unlock your destiny find your purpose welcome to my seven chocolate and now you're a guy who was all about you drive this is aj here any you are listening to my seven chucker of the show wherever you provide you ancient wisdom fall demartin mind so that you can heal and let go of that which is holding you back and transform your life because remember that no matter where you are in life it is possible if someone is done it then you can do now to there is a book envied thursday which means it i'll be dating out an excerpt from the book that is on my bookshelf and that i really like now this book is guard listening to i o lasca by ritually had his phd who's been a guest on our show my seven joker as to listen to that particular conversation which was a an amazing conversation go to my seven jugglers dot com forward slash do zito for for myself a juggernaut dot com forward slash two zero four now about all of this book psychologist rachel had his phd is the author of listening to iowa lasca new hope for depression addiction ptsd anxiety eddie she was in private practice for thirty five years working with people interested in psycho spiritual development doing the decade working in research rachel received in national institutes of health new investigators award unpublished more than forty scientific studies in butte reviewed journals now the reason why i'm doing this booklet session is because especially in two thousand and nineteen there's a lot of talk about non medicine right particularly i alaska although there are many others an ability of this black medicine to hina person an enabler spiritual experiences and while that might be true there's still lot of gray area and one needs to do their own research in due diligence before then zooming this sacred medicine because it's not like you just take a pill in going about your day right it's a journey not just a spiritual one but literally a physical one because in order to experience this medicine you need to travel in in in go work with a trained inexpedient shannon in most of these shannon's a are in their native data tree in the forests of south america so it's a journey that you might need to make not just a you know spiritually but literally as well and the reason why this book is amazing is because racial draws on her original research on this subject in fact the largest study of i alaska the eu's in north america into the bomb full medicines effect on depression addiction ptsd anxiety in this book rachel details i lost cause risks and benefits helping readers clarified find their intentions and giving psychotherapists a template for transformative get it andy healing so it's definitely a book that you must check out if you are interested in experiencing block medicine for yourselves a for healing for for self realization an awakening to the truth now i myself have not experienced i oscar yet just like you i am learning more about this fascinating field and how it can bring me cruiser do my ideal himself now before we dive into two days except i wanna thank midler legacy zito five for writing as this powerful i tunes review and giving us a five star rating and the here's what they're saying i love the sport cost about a year ago i started going through eight true spiritual awakening although i won't this knowing something different about men all this out a spiritual curiosity and i've been feeding lost and the healing is so painful these really helped me number number one not feeling alone number two i learned so much keep it up aj you rock wow really honored by distribute thanks a lot issued likes to eat out your review as well to are global audience and or hundred and fifty countries the just take a minute shale talks and make sure you add your name so that i can thank you got myself a juggernaut dot com forward slash review again my seven jugglers dot com forward slash review i need every every review i get i would readout yours as well all right so let us begin this amazing except which i have in store for you so they accept his in chapter it your brain on i was traditionally i was not regarded as a drug it's a complex blonde medicine the same source as most far western pharmaceuticals from aspirin to demarcus if in the majority do you have people around the world don't have access to the western pharmaceutical smorgasbord the world health organization estimated that up to eighty five percent of the world's population is the lions on traditional he lives in medicines to meet their healthcare needs traditional not medicines grew end lives within the context of their respective coaches i was a is a traditional medicine that as only recently migrated into western culture wine its roots remain in the amazon jungle as diatta juan bautista commits a heater from columbia explained hiawatha is a medicine that cat easy intentional engine of how it was made into the set of money that's worthy ability to release he comes from for example you have to make a ritual to blonde it you have to learn to yagi in as much as you have to block the intention of being a remedy for it to be healing the same goes for when you have this did you do the same thing when you cook it you do the same in when you drink it again the same everything it's done with the ritual and that's why when some people take the wind in cook it without doing anything it really doesn't have a good effect it is through the ritual that it heals biochemistry i lasca contains board dmt dimed tyler drip demean in harming both of which are psychedelic an affect the sitter tune in systems similar to lsd inside of saving these psychedelic bind to set a tone in receptors in the brain and stimulate them which means they mimic actional set a tone and it remains unclear exactly how this translates into the dramatically improve mood an alternative changes is associated with these classic psychedelic evidently that are biochemical mysteries as well as mystical some speculate that i wasco also works directly on saturday morning receptors indie intestinal tract which acts like a second brand that is noodle logically independent for the most part off these liberal cortex we now know that this enteric nervous system influences mood in eating patterns but more research is needed to ratify how i owe us kovacs the second no system i was more than just it's biochemical components even though that are internet cycling arts concocting pharma lasca using pharmaceutical an eight or i instead of a blind people are also ordering the blinds or the internet which is legal and including their own brew the the mixture is illegal brutally outside a sacred show meinicke ceremony this describes quite a different approach from the deeply hand rituals of colombian sherman diet the hawaiian batista the moscow brew should not be confused with the dmt injections that research psychiatric rick strassmann shot into wallet using the early nineties its findings revealed access to other words but with experiences that were inexplicably explicable biz are difficult to integrate end for the most part not therapeutic stress men's research was designed to determine safe dosages of dmt not how to use it for clinical treatment but but even so the subject reports were slow upsetting distress mun and that for this and other reasons he stopped the research project similarly drinking the medicine is not the same as smoking dmt which provides a very very brief ten to fifteen minutes of being shot into the white this matter opens access to other elements but in such an intense shortlived manner that it's difficult to integrate or make therapeutic use of this experience in addition smoking dmt runs the risk of being abused not that it's psychologically addictive but in density of speed and skin function like a site in song to people seeking high stimulation summarizing the critical difference between drinking lasca in shooting or smoking dmt pharmaceutical chemist juicy calloway said wins looked or injected dmt seems to have all the cognitive content off if fireworks display not eight rousing endorsement for psychotherapeutic or spiritual purposes i oscar does not have a consistent drug effect the range of responses to the medicine is extraordinarily vetted someone and have no response to the sea abreu endo's that sense someone is leading into the vice expense of the customers one person's response to the same batch of teeth can also be just as varied from one ceremony do the next psychologist william richard statement about other psychedelic medicines holds true for i lost guys will do experiences are not in any drug they are in us for the motive is no longer relevant to think that the more of a psychedelic medicine the better which is an outdated assumption that you're awake dosages are will heroic many of these early experimenters who are hungry for these high do xyz needed a jackhammer approach to break through their cycle physical armor is doesn't mean that large doses are somehow better there's also something typically american about the high doors approach similar to a cowboy mentality psychologist just ross mitts no was at harvard for the book off psychedelic culture in america remembered that albert hoffman the swiss scientist who discovered lsd an silla cyb in route to timothy leary expressing surprise if not concerned at the height do which is david working with the in their studies wit silo side but you can't always get what you want to i wasco like other psychedelic medicines acts as nonspecific capitalistic boat reducing defense is an amplifying unconscious materials so access becomes more available are perhaps unavoidable commonly accepted it why do you don't always get what you want in a ceremony you do get what you need as the rolling stones but it's the range of experiences is on limited cincy unconscious is unlimited essentially encompassing everything outside are conscious awareness on and ordered fashion map decided it would be labored here be dragons although i would add that dragons often guard treasure most i was experiences into both dragons and treasure in one form or another just like the sales of over who placed their faith in the stands for navigation i lasca explorers place their faith in the medicine for guidance so they go action grab that was today's episode i hope you enjoy to be as excited because i sure did enjoy boy is eating it out to you if you enjoyed listening then it makes sense to order a copy of this book and go deeper good my seven jokers dot com forward slash three zero eight book that's my seven jugglers dot com forward slash three easy to aid book if you prefer listening to the audio book instead and have someone if you doubt the book to you then no the audible is actually offering all on listeners all of you one free audiobook download with their free thirty their trial and guess what this very book is available on audible and it's yours for free today go to my seven checkout as dot com forward slash free book that's my seven jugglers dot com forward slash free book now if you're on instagram the biggest clean short off your phone while listening to this episode and tag me on instagram so that we can connect and share your story with all our community members i loved me do my instagram is at my seven juggernauts at my seven juggler and before that closed like i said in my last episode we're planning to grow are movement ticket to a whole new level i'm putting together the mice seven jeopardize dream squad to achieve out vision we need people who are experts and passionate about social media brought to you in part gusting reach out to me and let's grow together and my email is aj at my seven check it out dot 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f5: Focus on Tasks That Pay

Farm Small Farm Smart

04:54 min | 1 year ago

f5: Focus on Tasks That Pay

"Here it is another farm five on farm small farm smart focus on the tasks that pay so so this means focusing on things that you can measure by your efforts so things like harvesting and planting and marketing. I can measure those things if I go on Senator Farmers Market for eight hours. I can measure how much I sold and how much I was making per hour. If I go and harvest four hundred pounds of spinach I can measure that things like weeding. Thinning crops of screwing around with your Gatien. You can't measure those things so it's hard to. It's hard to decide if it's it's working so one thing I've learned that's huge. This is give up on perfection. Forget perfection target eighty five percent. Eighty five percent is good enough. Most people can't tell the difference between eighty five percent one hundred because there's sort of a curve that happens that I've discovered it's kind of like when you stick you. Stick a glass of water. You're on the TAP and you turn the tap on those really quickly. Then it goes back down and then in order to fill up the last inch you gotta slow the top down. So it's like eighty five percent can happen. I'm pretty quickly but to get to that. Next fifteen percent to get two hundred takes almost the same amount of effort to get to eighty five. So focus in on on that and just just streamlined. Things you don't need to have perfection. Perfection we'll kill you. It did it did for me so just looking at these tasks harvesting Jean Plantin and marketing. That's literally what do most of the time on my farm very little else because of cer- some things that I do that can they can leverage the other things that I don't have to do so. I don't have to weed because I avoided altogether. You PROACTIV using tarps with stale seed leading technique using landscape fabric around perimeters. I use landscape ever because it's more practical. One person can spread landscape fabric around quarter Acre if I did it with Straw mulcher wood chips. It would take take days. So landscape Everett's practical. It's fast flame. Weeding massive amount of leverage here stale seeding technique combined with a flame. Leader means you don't pull weeds in beds ever and if you don't you don't have to tell them so you can. You can use a no till technique with flame weeding and you rarely have to pull weeds. That's time you say that's more time you could spend your family or more time. You can spend at the beach streamline your processing tasks so using some some in basic do it yourself. Infrastructure Washing tables can consolidate your work areas. Streamline things have flows of work. I dry my greens with a table that I built that that get gifts the water off it the sunflower halls fall through it. I use it. Modified defied washing machine to spin spin migraines dry and then they go onto a drawing table so just an example of just some some some simple. This thing cost fifty bucks to build. The the beautiful thing of this is that it allows me to sell the product for longer so I got a longer marking period and it looks nicer displays better in the bag. If if you have wet dreams going into a bag at least at my farmers market where it's like a hundred and ten degrees in the summer. I can't sell that stuff it'll just rot. By by mid day so I have the dry things so streamlined the streamlines that but also makes it makes a product better itself US accurate crop densities and spend in time to find out exactly what they are. There's certain resources you can use like you could by Jamf. Ta's book and He's got tables in there that that say you. Oh use these densities. But they're going to be a little bit different for everybody's bio region so you go to modify that a little bit but the more accurate the are then you don't have to spend time sinning radishes. His are thinning carrots. That's time that doesn't pay. That's just means you're working for nothing. You want to get paid for every single thing you do on a small farm like mine. A third the maker. It's absolutely critical optimize your harvest times. So what I what. I take multiple days to harvest. The main reason for that is so that I can harvest things at the right time if I can avoid washy harvesting Greens in the rain so I don't have to wash them. Great that if I harvest them on Tuesday that's fine. It's dry dry. They'll keep the week no problem. I would rather do that than have to wash if I have to wash. Greens it adds four hours to my processing time at each week. So if I can choose different days of the week to do it based on the weather every Sunday look at the weather forecast for the week. Oh Shit it's going to be rainy on Thursday Cam is well harvest. Greens this Wednesday. Stay slow to process them so that saves me a ton of time. Same thing with micro Greens harvest. When they're ready. They're ready you gotta harvest them so having having some flexibility to do this we'll we'll leverage your abilities.

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4 Minutes Dedicated To The 85% Of People Who Hate Their Jobs | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:43 min | 1 year ago

4 Minutes Dedicated To The 85% Of People Who Hate Their Jobs | A Gary Vaynerchuk Original

"Hey, guys this podcast. And mash of Gary's advice for people who are working jobs that they don't like if you're one of the eighty five percent of people who hate their jobs. You should definitely listen to this hope enjoy. Many more people should be leaving. Do think you're going to die. It's different your mind is a society. Does it your partner? Why you're willing to take one step backwards for a step for the rest of your life? How many people by show of hands? Work in a job and are desperate for their side hustle to become their career. Just raise your hands. So many you created golden handcuffs for yourself that aren't letting you leave your job because you need to one hundred thirty thousand a year now because you wanted seven hundred more square feet in your apartment where you wanted a BMW instead of a Toyota. Something I've realized that really kind of caught me off guard is how many people spend more money on shit than they can afford. The fact that thirty fucking five percent of this audience wants their side hustle to be their careers. But the reason they can't is because they can't quit their job because they need their job to pay for dumb shit to impress people. They fucking hate. And so you're not happy because you wanted to or three things that mean at -solutely nothing why you're not willing to take one step backwards for a step for the rest of your life. The amount of people that have emailed me in the last six months because I've been on this Ramle leap of trying to get people to move back in with their parents at thirty and forty you're worried about if you moved back in with your parents or if you're not married the job at thirty one. You're not willing to take a step backwards a step backwards, which affords you the ability to quit your bullshit job. Or stop doing your bullshit start up and do something else. You love where you think you can be good at like who the hell's permission? Are you looking for to do your thing? Like who is this person? Is it your mom is society? Is it your Parker is that the people that are commenting in your social media. Is it something that happened to you when you were nine pessimistic mom's like, see, I told you could never do it. If you can't get over that stuck. Go do thing you're gonna die. It's going to something bad is going to happen. Something great is going to happen for most of all nothing's going to happen unless you do something. Please stop looking for position. Please go do that thing. You wanted to do ask that person out start that company quit that fucking bullshit job? You can always get another bullshit job. How are you not willing to take a step backwards because of other people's opinions and willing to ruin the next forty seven years of your life? Take a fucking step backwards to take step forward for the rest of your life. Hey, guys. Hope you really enjoyed this episode of the Gary v experience. Now, go out and share this pass it on let me know what you thought.

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How Food Can Help Hair Loss and Thinning

Dishing Up Nutrition

04:17 min | 1 year ago

How Food Can Help Hair Loss and Thinning

"Welcome to dishing up nutrition with license nutritionists and dietitians from nutritional weight and wellness. We explain the connection between what you eat. And how you feel stay tuned for practical realize solutions for healthier living through real food nutrition. You got to make the mom last just giving down cobblestone. The phone crew. Welcome to dishing up nutrition. My name is JoAnne, right out, and I'm a registered and licensed dietitian. And I'm in studio, this morning with Caroline Hudson who is also a registered and licensed dietitian, both of us have had over thirty years of experience each. It's a lot of experience. In the nutrition field. And like that insurance companies commercial on TV says we have seen it all. Oh boy. Have we ever do? Because of our extensive experience, working with many, many clients over these thirty plus years. Caroline, and I thought today we would add address some of the frequently asked questions that we've been asked in one of those questions is are there, any supplements or certain foods? I should add to my diet that will help to slow down or stop my hair loss. I'm getting bald in spots on my head. And so, I'm so embarrassed. Boy, I've heard that one. I. Personally, I found that both women and men are very willing to change their diet or take some supplements, even give up alcohol or whatever, I suggest if only I can just help them get their hair to grow again. That is true. And if you are experienced hair, sending your not alone as many as forty percent of women, experienced female pattern hair loss, and hair thinning we know both women and men experienced this and these take a real toll on a person's wellbeing. I in fact JoAnne, I found us the Tissot here that says that by age fifty eighty five percent of men experienced some degree of air law. Wow. That's a lot, isn't it yet? So there can be many causes of hair thinning such as childbirth are times of excessive excessive amounts of stress. Lack of sleep. That's a really big one for a lot of people. Yup. Five or eight problems. But interestingly, one of the biggest culprits is lack of nutrients. In fact, I was just saying to somebody last night. Oh, yeah. My the show tomorrow's on hair thinning. And they said, what you can do something about with nutrients in the food for hair thin. I don't believe it. I said. Yep. Well, you'll just have to tune in exactly we live in a country of planning. Right. Plenty of food. Right. So why would we be deficient in key nutrients? I believe the reason could be traced back to guess what? That low fat low protein, Dr vacation weight loss types of diets, and they were so very popular. And in fact, unfortunately, still are in many cases, right? So our hair needs to key nutrients for hair growth, protein, and fat and sad. Both of these nutrients are really missing in those low calorie, and weight loss plans. So why do we need that protein for our hair? The fact is that a simple strand of hair is made up of protein fibers. So it makes perfect sense that we need enough protein in our diet for healthy hair. And when a client, asks me, how can I get my hair to grow, again, as a dietitian? I sit down and calculate the number of owns is a protein, the client, should eat most days and unfortunately, so many women and Manon not yelling enough either. Right. Are getting less than six on the protein each day. Yeah. I'm always shocked.

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O'Reilly Update Morning Edition, June 12, 2020

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

03:00 min | 7 months ago

O'Reilly Update Morning Edition, June 12, 2020

"You'll riley here and I'm warming up standby for the O'Reilly. Update morning, edition but I. Protect yourself and your family with high quality face coverings from boomer naturals. They're lab verified to give ninety two point, two percent, antibacterial protection, and are available and adult and child sizes. boomer face coverings are made for use up to thirty days. When you hand wash between uses I recommend ordering your face covering now at boomer naturals, dot. Com Use Code Bill Twenty at checkout to save twenty percents plus get free shipping on any order over fifty bucks. Please use bill twenty at boomer naturals dot com. On this Friday I am thinking about the Nasr car decision to ban the confederate flag from its facilities. The car race company saying the flag is not welcoming, which is true at least to many. However, the confederate flag is part of history and outlying. It would violate freedom of expression and thought however the Nazi flag is a symbol of hate and displaying it can get you federally charged in some situation. So this is one complicated and emotional issue. Here's how I see it. Southern tradition honors, its civil war dead, and some confederate leaders like Robert, e Lee, but even the general is under fire. Pardon the pot. Did, not see civilian inveterate leaders, I Jefferson Davis lionised my so this is about bravery in battle down in Dixie. The problem is civil. War was fought to enable slavery as well as states. Right says I. Write in my Book Killing Lincoln I hope you read that so most African Americans believe a positive context for the confederate flag is impossible, and because of the grave damage done to them by slavery. I agree that symbols attached to slavery are not positive in public forums. It's all about fairness. Is All about sensitivity to people who suffered greatly. Now this. Two thirds of men will experience hair loss by the time they're thirty five, and by the time you get the fifty hair loss will affect eighty five percent of us. The game changer is keeps keeps offer savings on the only two, FDA approved hair loss products, so please visit keeps dot com slash bill to chat online with a doctor who can prescribe the right hair treatment product for you go to keeps dot com slash bill for fifty percents off your first order. GREAT DEAL KEEPS DOT COM slash bill. That is the morning O'Reilly update more analysis later on.

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Three Superstitions

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:37 min | 8 months ago

Three Superstitions

"Welcome to kiss Miss Mysteries. I'm your host, Kent, chrome today I thought we would usher out may bring June into the four with three superstitions I comes from World War One, superstitious nature of soldiers, not wanting to be the third to light up from the same match. This came from fighting in an area where there were snipers I to light. His cigarette alerted the sniper to a location duquesne supposedly when the. The second man lit from the same match. And about the time the third soldier leaned forward to light up a cigarette. Miss Neither fire killing the third man on the match during World War One end to cigarette companies have hundreds of thousands of and cartons of cigarettes to g is both wars dealt with a lot of waiting around the weather to change or vast forces to call reinforcements for half a dozen. Dozen other reasons in any case times often passed with a deck of cards and a pack of cigarettes, many superstitions come from ancient times including the reason that most skyscrapers don't have thirteen th floor. Some might say the Judas Sat in the thirteenth place at the table with cheeses at the last supper. In the nineteen thirties, many architects were cautioned by the powers that be any structure about thirteen fours would cause. Cause odd shadows creating traffic issues. However, these cautious were ignored by a majority of architects submitted plans to the builders omitted the thirteenth floor as recently as two thousand and two, the Otis Elevator Company reported that eighty five percent of the buildings that utilize their elevators had no thirteenth floor finally finding a penny. Well, you remember that common phrase remember find a penny. Pick it up all day. You'll have good luck. Luck. The origins of this superstition may stem from ancient times when metals were believed to offer protection for evil harmful spirits to those who possess them. When cultures began using coins currency, obviously, those who had more of them were considered wealthy, thus the accumulation of money translated into good fortune, perhaps this fact attributed to good luck association with finding a penny or coin, but not all who pick up a penny and. And Sing that little ditty about Pick up a penny and all the day. You'll have good luck. It's not uncommon to find a small dish next to the cash register filled with pennies in the event that customers don't have the correct change for a bill, but that's something you won't find in Blakely Georgia Nov. will you see anyone pick up a penny? Why during the civil war? The town was all. All but destroyed by northern forces, and of course it's Lincoln's profile. Let's on a penny, but a happy ritual associated with the penny is a bride should put a penny in shooter ensure happy, prosperous marriage. Three superstitions was produced here at night, owl, sound studio, and brought to you by books of adventure, fiction and life on the edge kit, chrome, dot, com, and by internationally recognized psychic and medium Sharon Bauer author. Author of the Book Life Eternal Love Immortal in little program like to say that we will be here at night. All sound studio, producing a few odd and mysterious stories, as well as visiting a lot of ghost towns, and culminating at the end of the month I will visit Cornucopia Oregon way up near the Idaho border, interviewing several people up there visiting a number of mines and reporting back to you. This kid crumb. Thanks for listening.

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Its Farmers Market Time

Dollar Saving Divas

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Its Farmers Market Time

"Shopping at the farmer's market my favorite thing to do if you have money saving tips you wanna share we would love to hear from you. We'll talk about them. In a future podcast just had adore facebook page at facebook dot com slash dollar saving divas see bus last night. I don't know about you that i love to go to the farmers market. I do too and and you know and central ohio alone. I imagine it's like this and most cities. There's like over twenty. Some farmers markets around. I mean you could go to one every single day and they usually run between may and october so you're going to get a whole variety of different fruits and vegetables. I mean and there's nothing like fresh local produce because i don't i bet you but i think it lasts a lot longer. Because it's been picked right. You know right then that day or the day before one i don't know about oh you bet i did not know this that local local and organic or not the same thing oh right right a whole different and and i didn't know they actually you actually have to fill out paperwork and be like approved and certified by the u._s._d._a. Yeah to get that little organic seal you yeah to fill out the paperwork. <hes> there are certain standards that you have to meet its guarantee that <hes> they're not using pesticides and they're prohibited from using most synthetic pesticides and fertilizers as well as antibiotics well and i guess it says farmers with yearly sales of less than five thousand dollars do not need to be certified i to use the term working and yeah. There's a lot of loose definitions around that. I mean if i'm buying at the store. I do look for the u._s._d._a. Seal and i i i. I'm guilty of not doing that. I'm just going to have to do that but one thing is the difference. I think this was interesting is what does the term local mean and it and the u._s._d._a. Says more than eighty five percent of vendors at farmers markets come from within fifty miles of their location which i have noticed because i do ravel around and go to a few different ones in during the summertime an early fall actually going to one tonight in in your hometown hilliard ohio yeah. Yes we have ours in dublin on saturday mornings but literally you could go to one every single day and i thought that was kind of interesting too about you know but most of the people will tell you if the produce is not fairs but it's somebody else's and everybody i guess has a manager that kind of manages these farmers market so you can find out from them what vendors they're kind of like to eat my way through the farmers market too so usually have like food food trucks and have fun things there yeah and if you're buying it if it's local all the advantage to that is even if it's not certified organic. There's still an advantage because it's fresher and it's more nutritious because it's picked before it's the time you're buying it so it hasn't had time to breakdown yet and i'm sorry those flavors are so much battery are shipped from another country or across the yeah someplace that i can't even read what the label says. It's chinese or something well. I we actually went to a farmer's market. I remember was yours or mine and i bought some shallots a whole little like might shallots. They were so awesome. They didn't taste anything like store toget- yeah not in the store. No one other thing i did did by which is really interesting. It's called gr. Okay okay. It's actually a chunk of cheese but it's called grilled cheese. You actually grill the cheese not on brad you actually grill the cheese and and you can cut it up and eat it and it tastes like grilled cheese sandwiches. Isn't that awesome scraper somebody who was on like a low carb diet and avoid that so bad it's so oh good and what else do. I like the big chief fat girl yeah. I'm i'm big on cheeses dill cheese as kurds okay. They're really good okay. They're really good. Trust you on that. Oh delicious delicious well and you know what how they say. You're all miserable. Organic is so much more expensive but actually that's not necessarily true because the the farmer's markets are going to sell with sincere and they've got plenty of it so it may not necessarily be you know so much higher and it also hasn't been sitting in the like you were talking about in trucks for days on end. Finding season is the key to keeping your costing when it's in so it's combining it the a farmer's market. It's fresher. It's gonna last longer so you're not gonna have any ways really it's not gonna anymore because they're not gonna be wasting anything right so you know this little baby cut carrot and i i am a fan. I'm guilty little mini karaoke little mini the large ones that are like whittled down to the the you're paying you're paying for somebody who's like whittled large carrot down to a tiny carrot shape really yeah so i mean it actually is better to just get the large carrots and i i. I just like to take that little day. The baby carrot dividend a little hamas. Yes i know but what we're really supposed to do is get the regular carrots and cut them actually do the work. I'm i'm not then you gotta get that. What do you call it peeler yet appeal all of us now. It's too messy little bag in my bag of maybe carrots your organic fruits and vegetables. We were talking about the cost but a lot of times they're still cheaper than like sweet sweet and salty snacks. If you're buying oh yes so you're still you know. It's still a better snack for you. Oh absolutely i mean nothing like good fruits vegetables. Well another thing you can do and yeah i've seen these community forms or agricultural things that you yeah i mean i've seen them around because i kind of see people all work in their little areas or something i guess that you you pay farmer at the start of the season and then you just kind of care in the harvest share a weekly or biweekly box of whatever i think that would be a really thing to do. I haven't i wonder i wonder if they do that around here. <hes> yeah they do they. Do i mean i've seen the little farms where you like. Community farm arm and people actually have a little plot go out and do their own growing and it's you know their city dwellers but they have nothing but i'd like to do. We might have to look at suffer next set up for next year. Thanks for listening to the dollar saving divas. If you have ideas for an upcoming episode we'd love to hear from you just head to our facebook page at facebook dot com. Tom slash dollar saving divas. See us and share your comments. Our podcast is available on itunes iheartmedia or your favorite podcast player. Thanks again for listening.

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Staying in Love & The Inner Self

Making Love and Growing Up

53:58 min | 1 year ago

Staying in Love & The Inner Self

"In a hey everybody host Olivia O'Brien here welcome to another episode of making love and growing up then everybody now let's get to the show which might look like which could have been idealising the other that's different from what true true love is really yeah way because ever since it has to do with what he talks about and seduction desire and also the sublime so anyways yeah we're just sort of talked about idolize any other and I want to differentiate for us that idolizing person worshiping that person in their perfection or what we make of them we keep learning ourselves and then on top of that at another person well let's find out thanks so much yea I'm going to plug this now because part of what I'm going to talk about is from the philosopher Peter Rawlins listen to his podcast empire theology all of it he was also on Rob Bell's podcasts we love we love we love rob cast Rav he was on the rock cast a couple years ago in an introduction to love series and a lot of what I'm going to talk about when it comes to this not here no so that's episode might sound weird yeah because what did he say to call him a dumb ass someone you got the honeymoon phase and we're GONNA do a little defining here because I wanted to differentiate potentially what you're hunting and at the microphones and we're now reporting into iphone site we're so raw Lee tender Iran this not it's beautiful say word Pairs Google or have you heard about that story died two steps away from don't have sex is not real love that is manufactured sort of thing that we can hoke in product we can analyze it we think we act now honestly you know what only this is a metaphor for this episode why because when you're truly in love you realize that you're both not perfect today is do I say subject to vacation it's hard to explain it's basically like you're diving in onto and enjoying the infinite perplexities Ryan other person you have gotten to know a person to the point where fix it make it something of our own but that's not love that's that's idolization and objectification what we're going to the respected it's a hard journey on what are we talking about talking you realize that you can never fully know that person there will always be mystery to the both of you and you reach this sort of feeling of even try to keep love alive in that space of intimacy imperfection individuals loving each other to the point where you're like oh we can keep going forever and we can keep doing this dance and it can remain beautiful now the sublime so what I say when I mean sublime in love is that you are no longer objective on the other person you are now subject to find the other person they have become an individual so when entered into that sublime space you see the world better because you're with that person you know they're intricacies all peas Merriman stand here I don't want to caveat into our conversation today is the fact that like sometimes love doesn't last right so how can we possibly about how how in God's name do we stay love how do we keep love alive standing left say so you found it flavored Lou cut to commercial we are now sponsored by Adamy I liked Google keep going Christian if you do these I was like who is God what has got oh snake Guy God and I just love like bowing down on my knees making him and I advertisement advertisement how do we do it how do we even try to keep it going how do we create a space for the person how do we do it going to Mike on it to get it on your learning like a sexual partners intentionally buzzword how do we keep that going it's like it's like a book inside now you're GonNa leave it on the shelf and let it get dusty enjoying yourself and in that space you become a seductress what I'm saying is right of seduction I found this out a while back and I thought it was utterly fascinating says it's not about seducing men it's about embracing womanhood now I wanna take this and expanded outside of genders she does this too it's really about okay can we talk about seduction all right so I want to start off this seduction section with a little volunteers quote I know dust bunnies stare into my mouth I just kidding I get all the time we rules if you're having fun in your own little world like Dita wears lingerie every day underneath any of her clothes because she's like I just want to know that I have a little secret leads us into what seduction really about and it's honestly a lot about loving yourself enjoying yourself and that it's like this little this little hidden thing that I get to enjoy for me so take it into men women doesn't matter in of itself leads into other veins that have to do with being in a relationship and being enjoyable desirable and the other thing about it's really all about are you in your element I've also heard the most attractive person can really be is when they're in their element often like a desire I will say also is I will quote Peter rollins again because he's scraped back in the day making love did not mean just sex and honestly so so with all of that said we have come up with strategies to help us stay in love we have it but we are running rang and typing g. you get your first badge of two happel butternut give free throw in now who did avantis is these extreme every maybe the most famous burlesque dancer in America at least and she is a master and the here and there to go wow we had a we put our product isn't that song accent my parents house like a box of flavored loop like what the fuck livy you are seduction and communication in the reign of all that is terrible in the world the umbrellas that we carry to keep love dry and my experience is found that people who grew up Catholic took waiting for marriage as a suggestion even Christians like took it as talk about their other person when they get in the zone and they're being so purely themselves that's when they're the most attractive so I think this sort of element on my knees saying wrong he's the Madonna songs about Don Steve just take you actually meant to spark desire it was meant to electrify the What I can't have a big thing it's insane making love amongst the people if the arts are making it was less the art of desire the art of seduction is that it is something other than that we're have experienced a dance where they're like you need at least like ten inches between the boy and the girl I think like Kinda they fucked it up nowadays and made it like something weird like don't touch like actually became like really shameful but back then it was actually meant to draw the boys and the girls together array so well locked and loaded I remember like hey so the two things that we are going to dive into today to umbrellas priests and nuns would have little socials for the boys and the girls and they would have them separate themselves like you know back in the day I can't have or I can't touch it something outside of me that I want so this kind of brings it back to the little Dita von teeth thing where she's like here I am enjoying myself his podcast it doesn't mean just sex absolute that's HERP everybody's opinion but back in the day if we look at what the Catholic church used to do flex but I mean like honestly I think that was really just a tool in which they would use to draw them together they were actually making the priest and the nuns process the full dance have you I think I forgot like oh you can with holes like you don't have to show all your cards could make this day yeah could you imagine it's been a while and he goes what Omaha Luc's I melt as pure Banescu webs but if you believe a book you bring something new every time most of it goes to stick does part of my aesthetic my God I know awesome what I experienced to Catholic friends? They're like wait you actually did that I mean I don't know if that's the hard and fast rule with Catholicism that's up to the a little bit about like the priests and the nuns making desire happen is by prohibiting its by something that you don't have that you want it's a longing there's a longing you know a partner is that like you feel that draw to them and they feel drawn to you but why is that it's because you're actually being in yourself also part of this that's Mu unleashing my umbrella of Sadako thought it was a whip and I was like into sure you have somebody with an umbrella yeah Oh and that draws the other person to want to experience that like Oh that's a world that I I don't want to be part of our world's poured I feel like chafing is a part of the seduction is that what I'm looking forward to deduction is chafing so okay we it's an important good longing it's not like forlorn which I find love which is like is something I really actually can't have that's the thing that I want to touch on with I love dry seduction and communication but of Libya tell me about seduction what I've failed to continue to keep into my in my life with dating is teasing I'm like I feel like I just dropped it started engaging in before I love coach named Adrian Everhart she has a lot of stuff on youtube if you WanNa go look at her she's got things on feminine and Masculine Energy Mike Until a little bit of that of life that is juicy interesting you are growing you are learning you are changing but like always keeping an tandem with your purse later but I think the big thing take away from a lot of what she talks about is that you wanna have a juicy rich life of your own where you do you know and you have a lot of your own and like sometimes you want to participate in those those things with your partner but also having a your own sort of desires your own the growth that's another big thing perpetual growth and having a growth mindset so always growing always keeping yourself dynamic there's an oh by reading winky toy your pledge leaser and the first going out going back into ourselves in these like in this infinite power just passing back and forth you mentioned you mentioned earlier about masculine and Feminine Energy and I actually asses together and just my mom just continues to get younger to me she's just continuously yeah but it's like you said in the beginning of if we see our partner as an infinite told me that for the first time on my brain blue because I grew up with a sabre anvil spirit save room for diseases news very shameful like you're so far away from the other person you're like scared and because like I would get to a certain point kissing a boy and I'm so afraid of going past banking out literally didn't know how to hold a penis I once held up Venus between my thumb and my index finger and I went up and down and but it's like you always have something that they'll be like Oh oh I didn't know that about you interested like oh you are new the lot of couples acting classes and she's a full-time teaches in a master level programme you know what I'm saying and she is just pursuing these things are her and my stepdad started taking dance uh-huh just like clothes on you're not a prude you're not a tease these negative words we use like you said that hey I'm just going to set that gene laugh dance we just gave each other on the bench if you WanNa hit me up in the Lop Damn Yeah Chafing you know when you first started dating it was like I don't know what do you pinch like this like a fat pen like I don't I can see your hands everyone stared the and that's how I held my penis but I this took a verse piano class in like in like fifteen twenty years or something communities talking about she's an emailing the local performing Arts Center asking about I'm kidding no flavored lube if you know me literally what I get you for your birthday flavored Lubin can't get into net perplex we too are infinite we should dive into our infinite gift it's like this given infinity sign of like the giving and receiving a guy in front of me and I go down you are loving God this guy was like you should read this book yeah so I started reading the book and I was like wow no I don't know guys turns out how dare I want to raise a woman we're getting stagnant things are getting dry this is a great way to not stay stagnant things done not by sea like my mom she's in her sixties right she oh hi that I'm like what do I even think is good about masculine energy do you think there's anything good about masculinity yeah and there has to be the DIS was this time where it's like Macho Macho man have house and in the sixties the sixties Kinda swung into like being more touch with your feminine side and being John Wayne Realm but in the magnetic field of the deep masculine mu I'm intrigued yeah well I think it's like sometimes I've often felt like oh he'd be a great guy we have to accept the possibility that the true radiant energy in the mail does not hide in reside in or wait for us in the Feminine Realm nor in the Macho it like have been reading this book called Iron John That was recommended to me by a friend and it was recommended to me because I need to confess something on this podcast are you ready relationship with these men I have brothers that deeply care about my own best friends I have guys that you know lovers in my life like then I really WanNa care for oh my God how do I see you as and I think I hate men no yeah certainly have tomato basil robot that is phenomenal the Iron John Yeah I'm GonNa read some quotes from it okay I'm so stoned okay really acting out in the world is like I feel most right in my masculine self which means that like you're mostly acting in your masculine self in this demand become men out there and it's easy when I first heard the premise of this book I was like Oh poor guys like Oh you poor man view news outside of being with your partner yeah go to class and they like come home they're like where were you and you'll in my class today or like I was with my friends Oh we had dinner with flower power let women teach you and rights you out kind of not right and then says yoga saying that like the male lost his sense of where does he find his initiate fire. You're you're just going to throw Tarot cards louder you up in olive oil and Jews last your dreams and hopes not you can reach the heavens and then he so whether it's like a gay or straight relationship or X Y and z sort of relationship how many potentially thrive more in a masculine sort of energy in context what you're talking about this would mean like you would want to try and harness whatever like is a healthy sort of masculinity when you're in a relationship with another person asked to be good things like you can't just hate them like I saw given me because I was a rat do I have to eat a deer say look at a man I goes a human being not as I'm gonNA see your Feminine Energy How do I value your masculine okay yes I mean if we go back to a couple I am admitting it Ironman meeting it I think what I see women I go there like feminine power like I just want to do all the wisdom and power with a New York goddess you're like you're on is we are so used to toxic masculinity such like a word that is actually true like talks masculinity exists and so we're very used to that right and I don't know if a lot of guys or like come out of my way you're only good for one thing and beam whole being being pulled to get in my whole but in my opinion I don't think we really seduce each other I don't think there's much of a process that happens between like one we want to have sex of your so I think in high school I used to be called a cheese a lot doesn't always work out necessarily how I planned my personal opinion as I've seen people as they get older our been relationships longer I feel like I see in a way to live your life of like I have to live under the shadow of a woman like I understand oppression rising up but also like I want cannot best cook up desire and coca love and keep communication going well right so it can easily a couple of episodes ago we're talking about the Anima animus which is like your suppress masculine or your suppressed feminine so something is your night not suppressed one which is what you're so valuing that energy and your partner not presenting it because I think I resent it and unless he is talking about my emotions I don't give a shit what you're doing when one of us has expressed interest that we want to have sex between that time and when we actually have sex like in my mind there's not really a seduction process see them maybe not feel like they have to try and I always felt like I wanted I wanted to be that person that would still try to you know seducer a show little skin maybe do some push-ups take off your shirt and just try to seduce you kind of how I feel Asian into society as a man like in tribes in the past like you kill the bear you wear the bears and more now with the bear they will help you understand men and I wanted to interesting row up on of course what did you guys I don't know speak for yourself I feel like I try to talk to saliva almost six years and we've been married for almost three you know like trans men are used to what healthy masculinity looks like our people aren't people being taught that I think some people are it's just when you have a years old and you have to in your geek forever you are a man that tribe you have bear tooth in your cheek and you know he's a man you make children within they still in this society I'm very hey I love you I think you're pretty great and attractive like those are the things that make me feel river left but my girlfriend I say if he just like God tune with his Feminine Self Oh but so I love this so it's like guys shouldn't find himself in a woman in the kind of talks about like like the have you WanNa call the words yeah I'd like to think even when I'm when we're like eighty something and I'm an old brinkley man I feel like I'll still you know inge has been important for us I think at the beginning of a relationship seduction is a lot about like figuring out this new person and are and then use that model of them for the rest of their life that would be your relationship would never work and even if the answer is no I would never do that that sounds horrible it's like it's still a fun conversation and kind of always her for years and then we were together for almost two before that so six ish years yeah I think we still seduce each other and like the kind of novelty of another person most but when you know someone so well when you've been together for a long time it I think we have to get more creative with it looks a lot different than it did in the beginning of our relationship and I think that allowing that to chain language it's just going out the other so we've been married for and I've been twelve different people since then and it wouldn't be fair to just you know figure out who somebody is or who you think they are we have liked to go into sex shops together and like talk about the things that are there and be like hey would you ever be into this and like with only yeah we've talked a lot about philosophies having that avenue communication openness is really fun that's the nature of good relationships I think is putting the work in sometimes that means relearning who somebody is because I was still like in my teens when we met like I with a different person the different love languages and for me I have a lot of the more comparable of languages like physical touch and super bowl automation and things like that a little bit more about how will you know them in like using those things to draw them in draw them closer to you like Middle Pool type of love idea of and that's maybe avid wrong but I realized I still have the pain receiving now I personally can't wait for you all to listen to today's episode because we're GonNa take a broader look at the topic of staying in love now how could affirming that I'm okay with and there are things that I want to change but ultimately at their core things that are just kind of need maybe I was stuck in the difference between between the hearing and listening people are like no I'm listening to know your ears are just on it's like you just turn them on they're just doing what they normally gene poll to getting my whole yeah anyway so the book the iron giant he is John how which is not changed the show it became the way that show different than the way it took me a long time to realize that other people don't you can see you're listening to that energy almost listening to your own energy whatever it is the masculine feminine within you once maybe stronger and then rest houses times and it would not mean as much as if I went and changed their own without crashing or something like that I'm still I'm still going through figuring out like kind of receives the same way I could do something and just get so emotional about it connected to the person because I'm saying or doing something for them but if it's not there emotional energies but I want one looking for is some tactics and wants to tackle how do we actually navigate this thing communication under the umbrella of communication do big things ready ready active listening and then I got conflict resolution we're GONNA start with active listening isn't there a great what do we do what we think me yeah well I got some good bullet points danny x four you damn pocket pockets okay so I mean under communication yeah but active listening actually takes work effort rights like you actually have to use brain power to do work they don't in something Brent today that I cannot quote where I found this back on the Internet I read the two percent of people have had active listening training and I fully believe I wow actively listening along point one asked open questions step to reflect three clarify four close yes or no questions a place where things are kind of up and down a lot a little bit I yeah you're right so you know you might continue doing that reflect I five `losing summarize feedback your give feedback on your understanding of what they said in your own words so let's break this down let's do it so ace and visual signals body language yeah I was like powerpoint presentation actually visual continue reflecting and clarifying Oh so what you're saying is you're still confused about today what honestly yeah okay so now I'm going to clarify so curious really hard for you you've been sick throwing I'm just trying to successfully step three here in clarify what you're giving me so things are things are going well they are today yeah that I took away from that is that like when someone talking to you if you're already thinking of what you're going to respond before they finished with you said you're not actually listening you're not actually like being seems even if you asked and closed question you could still go on successfully to step two so you haven't failed yet so step to reflect paraphrase open ended questions right so the biggest example of this is like how was your day right that is opening question how was your day if I was like hey was your day good why 'cause moving on would be closed these activists in questions are intended for like the corporate world so they eventually have to get back to work but sometimes you so how is your day it it was good actually yeah tunes good wow so if I'm going to reflect right here I'm going to paraphrase what you just gave me this is true Elvia for this I'm killing it right actually this week towels you're day by day was good would you say on this pie chart that your day was eighty five percent easily like an accident actively listening perfect step three way so you do better like you were complaining all week that lighting you've been really stressed out that your boss has been upset with you because you've been like it find yes and then you go numb myself but hopefully a better not how you start any questions kind of good like an open ended question is more helpful but it's lake in life like you want to connect with your perner but you genuinely have to get back to work actually good of like checking in because it's set for is closed so you know so listen here audience Ilias still not giving exactly we want some you might have to repeat step two and three a few times you might due actual listening training and that is the first time that I realized most people including myself do not actually listen to people and you just hearing them and then one of the big things doing good okay so I'm going to summarize I'm GONNA get feedback on it's so good to see you I'm so glad that like you got home you're here I love you and then you summer that's my favorite one I partner is like I feel good about this conversation like yeah 'cause I just gave you all my energy you know if that actually went that way where someone actually present with the person yes so I have some tragedies here yeah absolutely so this is for active listening we have five points I'm GonNa go through them first and then we'll analyze now nice and you can wrap up this conversation it was good for both of us you know maybe I mean hopefully you ask me these questions back yeah that's what that's what makes me are you sure your day was good you seem like a little confused about whether or not your day was very nice of you for asking it was a hard week but today actually was much better so I'm in and out so so here's a good way so if you ask questions reflect clarify close yes no questions like you're doing good though I'm going to have to I have to get back to work but took the time to know how actually doing that does make you feel seen and that's really what they wanna feel seen and known loved the other thing too we're all we can all be very sensitive creatures and if your body language or the way that you're sounding or whatever ping honest with me yeah that's actually like a very small little thing that can lead to more potential gaps in communication oh yeah and there's resent there's this great quote let me find it oh yeah it's by Nelson Mandela wow amazing why he said resentment is like taking poison and hoping it will kill your enemies my so it really this is a two way street communicating it's not just about the person asking questions you can only ask off-drives you cut off honesty yeah the disappointing part is like when you are being honest with yourself what's truly going on with you like that's yeah no I'm doing great he goes your voice drop two octaves lower like are you sure you're fine perceptive exactly and it was like it was actually really most comfortable I got with him I dropped in my like actually my voice that I talked to you on this podcast this is like my favorite voice that I talk and yeah and he was like Oh my God questions you have to be open and willing right if they're not going to acknowledge the reflection you just kind of everything how bonding connection and you're like no oh I guess I can say find you said you say you'll probably say it was always your heart out there so the more you can habitually is making honesty a priority being honest with yourself being honest with your feelings and feeling really insecure about that report that's actually like tiny little grain of sand of a mistrust abuse I can't trust what you're saying yeah me because sure I am intimately wise I understand what you're saying yeah exactly so one would be if I put my hand kind of on your collarbone they hold me and then I'd explain more and that Nice Yeah sometimes you don't have the time you don't have that time so so so maybe what's happening in still relationship is you and he's like are you sure it was fine in like yeah it was fine he knows not fun yeah obviously and there's much more subtle ways to talk about this but honestly if you continue to have that sort uh space in which you are looking to connect with the person and sometimes people aren't GonNa come back to you what you want and that but like I think the big point is is courageous up the physicality and getting a little closer like intimately Weiss right is that a sentence is getting more intimately wise you can really dig deep into ourselves and actually identify what's going on with ourselves which has to do with self care and self love the more you do more of that the easier it's going to be the Times you've just skip these steps how was your day like it was good good God my boss sucks ever come here and give them a kiss go both in several because it's the it's funny because you didn't know this but I was actually more comfortable because I've been living in a higher octave is that's my that's my little all so I actually dropped engine taking a pause and like thinking about what happened and being like men that made me feel this way and that that's SORTA statements in the way that we wall she is really intense eyebrows and his video was from two thousand eleven so the quality is on par posted my hand on your declaration and I asked you what are you care about so as you start talking about what you care about I can start to feel your is actually not telling the truth of what you're actually feeling like so if your partner asking honey or like it was fine you hey I'm very oh yeah actually likes the program is almost like no I'm doing the opposite like I'm actually feeling great hero yeah so Bonnie response if you're leaning forward maybe you're questioning you lean back I can feel maybe your heart starts racing a little bit I can I can like maybe being more intentional icon yeah I had a great example of this having recently where I was in the middle of kind of a hard conversation and and he noticed he's like he was like are you okay I was like you can only sustain reflecting hyper ever true you know what I'm saying Linda there what's exhausted all it'd be nice place where they would be like Oh encomium both to communicate better and it's easier for you to communicate better some examples of like exercises you could with each other because this takes practice so might feel awkward and uncomfortable in the beginning to literally go to suffer for this is a fun just physical one that you're kind of into maybe seeing them and your breathing together you're officially listening and in tune with each other's body so in this you could incorporate like what are you feeling right now Asia Kate that's a huge lake lavon lingerie yeah because of warmer which is four or warmer floor lavas being on your breathing and kind of Oh by the way that that exercise as I gotta give a shout out to the guy who watched the youtube tutorials video his name is Mark Art and maybe I'm even listening better now because I can feel your body reacting and it's more like this give and take and it's allowing you space because I was just saying sometimes I feel like what are you care about eggs are intertwined dude each other's eyes and you start to breath and you breathe you breathe and you were just looking and suddenly you're seeing your partner and your intense and then the girl he's like like has his hand on your Josh Jay Jay what's J. O. J. back to like Hindu and Buddhist practices and it's not just about sex it's about spirituality and growth so they're different practices so you could just close and physical workouts you are encouraged by professionals to cross train you are swimming and doing cross it you're doing yoga and the right so why connect with your that is gorgeous that sounds like a lingerie piece okay you're smart so if I did by changing up your sex it does not mean you're inadequate it does not mean that you are both boring does not mean you're vanilla absolutely not people need variety even and your body with you like Mary beautiful way to connect with the person and that's why like you know with Feminine Energy if you do look into it a lot of that is using feeling statement let you pelvises together and kind of legs like over lapsing Ruggeri it's like my legs would be and his legs of we kinda like one one pair goes on top of the other and now we are like I might also say that Henry McBride is a trauma therapist she's on the literature podcast she's wonderful she has her own podcast called other people's problems what notice what she does she's an excellent listener she's like probably the best listener you'll ever find she says nothing she says pretty much actually what she just does this point a lot ritual local totally spicing them in the bedroom does not always mean like more doggy styling and electricity they're different things to do and don't be intimidated of like feeling each other's bodies and those moments of communication like you could probably feel the stress going on and then having the person with you actually be basically like inside doc to her patients like Sheila tune herself to what their bodies are doing she'll stop and be like what's going on your body right now so I can only imagine that this contra practice and the wind in our backs are straight and repairs story on each other right yeah and then you put your hand on the other person's harsh so you both have each other's hand on each other's heart the second one is kind of a tantrum practice if you don't know you it's like it's like a compilation of scriptures and texts that are like it why would you WanNa do one wanted to position which it's like it's so funny 'cause I love missionary after some other positions like that intimacy is that's and getting inside of your body and inviting other person to be part of your body with you which is like I feel this way and that was an awesome and when you start to get your feeling statements going he'll start in relationships and as you grow older finding more healthy relationships is seeing how conflict can be resolved in a way he always connect with your partner yeah that's good for recording a podcast because we're staring into the next subject is conflict resolute Russian which I am terrified of conflict terrified is not love that I'm scared of I'm afraid of conflict than we've talked about this on your previous episodes mm satanically those boundaries I mean lab close or I like long term relationship try this so what you do is you put your one where the conflict resolution was really good you still have the person in your life hopefully and the other was negative and gave you like pretty tragic responses and Ugh like maybe some physicality could help make us just calm the F. Damn us in just like connect it's all about the right or wrong answer now I'm just focused because of what conflict man in past relationships or your childhood religion whatever you'd like it is so it can be so triggering but I think the beauty and conflict when the cheer up because on notice like that's actually truly feeling and that's deep within you and if you can get inside your body like that that invites the person with you and so that's actually a beautiful way to in this person sometimes you may need to bring in a mediator we're GONNA get into that yes so for sure to just define conflict right a one way to away fear of something is to gain more knowledge of it so conflict wait let's break it down the conflict exists when one person has a need of another and that need is not being met do you ever think about it like think about the best time that you had a problem with somebody and you thinking about mulling over it for weeks and weeks and then you find ask yourself are you too nice ready nice nothing in me cares enough whoa come up with that I typically love writing Maung saying monologue in the car and by the time the person's in front of me I'm not even like hearing or listening I'm just like saying I'm looking down I'm looking out my camera mark leg I think you have to because at that point you're just lowering your learning Chrysler dare you to do this with your partner and see what comes out of it to find out if the need can or cannot be met so that that's opening the conversation that's means you who's angry here you this is youtuber named breakthrough yeah that's him breakthrough marketing basically if I don't tell you that you not texting me only set it and they accepted it and it was fine and you you really believe what you're so much relief and you get closer and you trusted them more and it's amazing wow and so right now it doesn't seem like anyone's really at fault here these are just like underlying you really makes me sad it makes me feel alone I don't care enough about you and holding you accountable for treating me right I don't care enough about my needs and my state writing and then we have those other situations removing over things for weeks you say it and it just blows up but now look at the difference of where those relationships are now because I'm guessing the unhealthy hopefully you have weeded out relationship right but sometimes it can be sometimes it can be tough sometimes you have to continue if you're in a relationship and you really have a lot invested like to skip to management of conflict and this leads to sulking getting sick the silent treatment backstabbing gossip shouting blocking getting aggressive getting angry right of being and my piece so I am choosing apathy which just breeds resentment I fail on selecting I feel I love it he's a one express the need I'm not even like with a person so the first step express the need okay

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How Moths Hide From Bats

A Moment of Science

01:59 min | 1 year ago

How Moths Hide From Bats

"Don, that's the terror of the night sky. They hunt in darkness using sonar echo location to detect intercept flying insect prey Joyal among insects, most mall species are active at night. It must be really dangerous to be a moth. Yes, but moths have evolved numerous ways to protect themselves. Many moth species have ears that can hear the bat. Sonar pulses and take vase of action, but many are death in two thousand eighteen a team of British scientists reported a new way that these moths protect themselves acoustic camouflage, Joe schwa- camouflage makes things hard to see acoustic camouflage makes a moth hard to detect with sonar. That's right, moths and butterflies have similar wings. But most butterflies are active during the day and don't face the threat of bat predation when the research. Compared the sound reflecting properties of moths and day flying butterflies. They found that nocturnal moths have special add up to reduce the amount of sound. They reflect at the ultra sonic frequencies of bat sonar, they can absorb up to eighty five percent of incoming ultrasound compared to only twenty percent for butterflies moths have scales on their bodies and around there wing joints that is thicker and denser than for butterflies the scales are like for and absorbed sound removing it increased amaafuza chances of being eaten by a bat by thirty eight percent. The researchers found the scales of moths are structured on the microscopic level. So that they vibrate. It just the right frequencies to cancel out the ultrasound frequencies of bat sonar moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm and I'm ya Cassandra.

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Google's new Motion Sensor

Talking Tech

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Google's new Motion Sensor

"That's W I x DOT COM in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of Wick special offer for talking tech listeners Google just announced a whole bunch of new things talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot COM to create your very own professional website today go premium that's wicks dot com code talking for ten percent off any premium plan the images and text choose your style changed the layout and add any features you need like an online store or booking system now's the time to tell your story wicks dot com can help get started today and build a website you'll be proud of and if you go to wicks dot com and use the coupon code talking you'll get ten percent off when you're ready store or starting a blog anyone can create a professional website with wicks you have the freedom to start a site from scratch or choose a designer made template New York City Google has a new feature called Motion Sense. It's one of those cool only only Google could do something wacky and futuristic like this that wicks dot com if you're ready to build your own website there's no better place to get started than wigs dot com whether you're promoting your business showcasing your work opening your a new Internet Mesh WIFI system the the new and improved that has a bigger range and to tell everybody what most incentives you can wave at the phone to make things happen whether again it's dismissing a phone call that comes in you phone in new Internet router with built in Google Assistant your buds All sorts of things in our Ed Beg was at the event and customize it to suit your needs and if you need to get online fast just answer a few simple questions and wicks will instantly build a personalized website just for you complete with design and get to the next photo I suspect they can add that later on but more likely you're you're GonNa WanNa do that with music okay so they have a new it's a mess route or like this or some other solution obviously want coverage within the home This is something again we would have to put to the test but also now includes the assistant did you see did you see that and you impressed like I did see that you know Google is claiming that You know for one thing you I it looks good enough that you can keep it out it's kind of like you know one of their their home devices with the with this new system you know a single unit would cover roughly eighty five percent of the homes out there all of us who rely on routers in our home you know maybe you're cooking in the kitchen and the phone rings rather than having to drop everything go answer it you could wave at it that's one scenario Again you can it does show off the kinds of things that you could do with this thing it does not yet by the way let you skip photos you can't wait at at the camera APP or the photos APP and Jefferson Graham thanks for listening to talking tech subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio and I will be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of Tech Talking Tech is supported delivering on Wifi but really you have to try that in the home to see how well it works yeah thanks for being with us you can find Ed on twitter at Ed Beg you can find me on twitter at this get music. There's some playful stuff too there's like Pokemon wallpaper Erin you can you can wave high peak at you I don't think that's

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Data Lakes, Blockchain and Employee Experience with AWS Executive Rahul Pathak

IT Visionaries

35:02 min | 1 year ago

Data Lakes, Blockchain and Employee Experience with AWS Executive Rahul Pathak

"For who the tech industry dates back to the early days of the Internet boom and he's been riding the wave monitoring trends ever since the journey has allowed rule to be on the cutting edge of all on this episode of it visionaries he discusses by those technologies are the future enjoy the conversation to particular parts so there was one case where customers really just wanted alleger which is owned by a single entity something that is in the news a ton and we are super excited to talk about big data data lakes blockchain and everything that you're working on customers needed we realized that that was a real opportunity for some use cases that were uniquely served by Blockchain and what were some of the early every employee across your organization more productive thanks to a common mobile first platform for getting work done faster find out more at salesforce dot com slash employees imagine something like a DMV that's trying to track vehicle ownership and registration history and they wanted the ability to track that in a way the on at aws but first how did you get into technology so I've been in tech for a while and I got an Undergrad degree in computers YEP so a couple years ago we were just paying attention to what was happening in the industry around blockchain and we really back in two thousand eleven wasn't really actively discussed so I think for me was more about an opportunity to provide customers with the ability it visionaries is created by the team at mission dot Org and brought to you by salesforce do know that salesforce isn't just for sales using salesforce as an employee experience platform helps make wanted to learn from our customers about what problems that really solves for them rather than just get involved because the hype and you know as we learn more about what couldn't be modified or tampered with and so that was a case where they needed a verifiable tamper-proof record what had happened to really access large-scale computing and database capabilities as much lower cost than they could in the puff so we were able to get customers I've been working on all things data related since that time and would when you joined aws what was kind of experience welcome to another episode of it visionaries I mean phase on chief continents or here mission work and on the other line Rahul what's going on in how are you great day and it's a great day to be talking about blockchain it is customer actually did have a connected network of partners and there they wanted to be able to independently verify an audit what had taken place in terms of the transactions but out of the business of spending capital for buying expensive wrecks of service and said they could just rent it for me to us by the hour about time and now between them and so in this scenario where you've got multiple parties participating and you didn't really want any one person to control the record of what had happened that was really the second and so that's what drew me to aws and then blockchain started to come into the news you know a little later on in my career you know like customer feedback or some of those early learnings from customers so what we found is we dug in with customers is that their use cases sort of split down and then I had my first startup in ninety nine moved out to the bay area and I've been in tech startups since then and then joined aws in twenty eleven and your your reason or excitement for joining like what was was the state of blockchain back then and this is an exciting opportunity will block they decide the transactions valid and then record them in a ledger that's distributed to all of the participants who each person has their own copy and that was the key difference the the place where we saw these enterprise blockchain frameworks playing playing a role so those allow customers to agree upon how word I'm taking a step back how does aws you know look at blockchain y are you investing in the area why are you excited about it and but they didn't need any distributed trust so that was a really about centralized use of an immutable record and the second use case was where we found the history of like you know economic and financial activity that happens you know using ledgers so it seemed like the logical we found is that those a need for maintaining a history the company changed but in some cases customers comfortable with a single entity owning it and you know the cases they wanted the ability to distribute it across everyone that was participating and so kind of like you were saying there's there's attention for organizations to be able to have ledger like functionality and I'm curious what were those kind of like light bulb moments for customer as well you know I think what we found is that you know if you think about customers like the DMV example you know what they're really trying to do is maintain an audit log security starts with the journal or a log and that's append only so customers can only write changes to log and the full history of those changes it happened and historically they've been using databases of this and the Tyne and it works but you have to build a lot of scaffolding around the database to me ensure that the data hasn't been changed for example an Admin could have gone in and edited records and you might not know if they're able to delete their tracks is maintained and what we do is we provide cryptographic verifiability so we make sure that cryptographic no change no element of that history can be modified and if it were modified it would render everything that came after it invalid it would be easy to figure out that it had been what'd lung problems and and would give them this verifiable record so the DMV type use case is one that's fairly common the other one that we worked with a customer called health direct Australia and they're all actually provide health information things like clinic hours and who doctors are and what their specialties are to the Australian population and they're required to be able we're all hoping for you know it's funny I mean I think that it's it's something that is so obvious a lot of you know like government organizations or it seems like it's a no brainer was there some type of pushback you get from organizations that are kind of like trying to figure out that happened and then we can both have that record added and then each of us will maintain our own copy of that transaction history so that notion of oh how to use it or find use cases or is it kind of one of these scenarios where they WanNa do it and they just don't necessarily have the bandwidth yet but each of those skews is something different you know if it's sold in a gas station versus a you know wherever it is sides need to agree that the exact unit that is going from one place to the other has been delivered and then accepted by the other places that can right distributing both the history of what happened as well as setting up a policy around how multiple parties can agree that the thing that they're stating happen in fact did happen so you'd have you know the same exact product skew so let's say like some I don't know apple apple bars or something like that that that that skew made by the company is a lot of scaffolding for audit trails or they had been using blockchain frameworks unnecessarily complicated for their use case so you know improve the accuracy of the information that they've shown at any point in time so killing me was a perfect for them because they can record what they've shown to customer inquiries will different places so the supply chain can be super crazy and so kind of what you're saying is that if that you know apple bar goes from one place to the next that bose yes so I think for customers who use case like if you imagine healthcare providers that need to maintain a record of how their equipment was maintained I mean I guess any any organizations need need to be able to protect their data but for a government organization where there's potentially you know so much at stake a temporary had been does someone tried to change it something so in those cases customers instantly got kildee be would really solve their permanent record so it really simplified their architecture does this mean shorter lines at the DMV that's the real question no that's exactly right so you can essentially have people agree that yes You know I sent you this up Labar you agree that I did so I'm going to record that they beat and so and that record is tamper proof and can be verified at any time so any time they have to go back and prove what they showed they have that different skew in all of their you know places that they're distributing that so it gets extremely confusing because you have the same product with multiple skews across like this blockchain and then each of us will have a copy of that record and then you can say okay then I got it from you and I sent it to this outlet and we can agree that working directly with CEOS with CTO's like Heads of supply chain like who who are the different kinds of stakeholders in this so it's definitely a mix the Guardian Life Insurance Company you know they have a huge network of providers of agents brokers and so for that the modified or page and our HR and payroll departments that need to keep track of what's happened to employees history they've either been using databases with the settlement of payments it it's really worldwide we're talking to customers about what they're doing and the conversations do spend from CIO's limitation has we understand what our customers are trying to achieve in how involved are you in those conversations as gm like I'd imagine net obviously you have a view of the whole organization but I'm curious like how much are you working on those specific things like how much do you spend with customers versus working on product Sud- We were talking with the folks that at Isis about how you potentially have a company where let's say they have you know a thousand skews I have these complex networks where they don't necessarily own each of the nodes in the network and they might be working with partners downstream providers so for example that the manage blockchain service provides and they've come to us as net new customers yeah it's been it's been really fun to see what customers have been I'm they're looking to use blockchain to essentially make a record of how their policies and payments flow through this network and APPA easily verifiable than usual what happened and so that that's a natural fit for Amazon manager blockchain and they're using the hypoallergenic fabric network for that or another example need so I spent a significant portion of my time with customers or with partners who are implementing solutions just really understand what the all is Sony Music and digital rights so they're looking at using the Amazon manage blockchain service to essentially keep track of the end up getting played that whole complex network of things is what they're trying to record so that they can make sure the right people get compensated in the right way is to the heads of particular segment so you know we're definitely having sea level conversations as well as then diving deeper into we're trying to accomplish and making sure that we have a tight loop of feedback between the customers ourselves and you know that's that really listening to some of the things that some of those challenges what comes up like what are the things that they're saying to you that are kind of those those clear pain points assist make better decisions about how to evolve our products and services but also this is a relatively new category for everybody and so learning about what's working looking at and what they're really trying to do so you know we talked a little bit of Guardian Life Sony Music but the Singapore exchange they're looking at multi-party proposition is really clear because it essentially eliminates all of that complexity of managing this yourself and it also provides Hilton scale ability and availability so we can make sure that network grows as your load grows and we can make sure that your node stay available and then we you definitely talked to existing customers but we've also seen folks that want to take advantage of sort of ease of use and he's been in administration in some cases they've they've been looking at either database technology or are curious about blockchain technology to work on things like supply chain that's that's really the crux of the blockchain use case and so where we see manage blockchain service come into play as where in in that kind of balance yeah so for us we're really oriented towards making sure that we're paying close attention to what customers it's where you're kind of saying hey you know I know this is a new use case but this is this is seems like this would be the exact fit for what kind of you need where this would fit and they have so many systems of record in finance or HR or transaction flows that they're looking to keep track open so the rights associated with intellectual property and music produced by their artists so where does this which distributed to go to whether than getting played how many times ends of new technology including what he's doing now with big data and blockchain for who currently serves as the GM of big data data lakes blockchain at Amazon web services complicated to set these things up and keep them running and secure and scaling and so for customers that have already started experimenting the Amazon Manage blockchain technology so it scales better and performs better and in those cases it's very easy switch for customers because we're compatible with all of the API as the framework eighty five percent of enterprises say they invest five hundred thousand dollars or more in blocked annually in blockchain you're seeing some like investments but not necessarily in in a crystal ball but what does this look like in terms of you know blockchain adoption especially in the end it really does span across all levels of maturity from you know what is this now can it benefit me to of already started and I want a better way being an where customers need help that's also incredibly valuable yes when you're talking to to CEOS in CTO's in Customers who have already started experimenting with say for example running their own EIP alleged fabric networks typically they find that it's Uh you forgot encryption and Security Bayton and we've also modified the hype alleger fabric framework to us and traceability or multi-party settlement and with a manage service just makes it really easy for them to run experiments so they can get their network set up in minutes they get excited and start to think about use cases and now it might be implemented on the block side we see a couple of things I think one is we see arise over the next five years we've seen the stats about You know I think something like eighty five percent of the Deloitte I think said and they just get all the benefits of the managed service and then there's a second class of customers where we talk to them about their overall challenge and yes so this does a couple of them I mean you know the immutable ledger that provides their customers can identify pretty quickly that let's start to experiment with what what can work knowing that they can scale into production as they get their application to a state that they're happy with so early companies being dependent on kind of blockchain technology were were we kinda headed for all the stuff is just going to be like we're gonNA look back the use cases that were much more inefficient before so you know when you couple that with the interest that was and say I can't believe we ever lived without this thing like I'm curious what you think you know I think from our perspective we're already seen customers in production uh-huh it's easier or more difficult than in the past like it seems like because it's unstructured that is potentially easier to be able to drop all of that into from application logs you've got mobile device logs and then you've got things like Iot systems that are pushing out metrics continuous I'm essentially registered that data in their lake they can protect it they can sit up policies around who can access it and then enable their own users an expert all data used to live in databases and data warehouses and systems like European systems and these were expensive and data was structured sleeve and then we're also moving to more of a devops culture and containers where you're trying to instrument applications so this explosion in type smurfs can bring all of their data regardless of the format or how it was created that could bring it into a data lake they can volume of data is what's lead customers to look for another approach from data warehouses and data lakes give them that they can bring data has it's generated so we've got much more data being generated than it was before and what we're seeing is you know roughly at increase in data every five years and then the ledgers and systems of record has existed for a very long time and will continue to be something that Matterson to the enterprise so where we're up all the data into a lake at my owner no you're right I it is you know it's a bit of both so it's easier to get data in but we provide capabilities that make that data easy to understand and to reformat if needed to protect and then once you've defined who can of customers were folks that have have used that and seen some really good results from it yeah absolutely I mean it's to perform analytics machine learning across all of their data and this is a bit of a change from The prior paradigm where if you think about it the types of data that's being generated is changing as well so you've now got not just tables buy you've got things like semi structured data like Jason from social media are they're artists so it's it's really a key part of the company same with Nestle they're looking at supply chain transparency for their key product you know the knee NB challenging once you've got it in in whatever format and came in to sort of make sense of what you have and this is something we here for really across the board from our customers tables and so customers would make decisions about what to keep and what to throw away and And if you look at today what you're finding is that the volume of data is exploding domestic and look forward to working with customers on the let's get into data lakes for those of our listeners who don't know I wanNA start with David Kono One like what is data lake why should customers use one so the idea with data lake it's a place where option in sort of key areas for the company so if you look at Sony Music in digital rights is sort of fundamental to what they do and how they work with the just what you can sort of set people free analyze data using their technologies of choice without getting in each other's way so is this process is they'd like to be able to understand what data they have and they WANNA give access to that data in a controlled way broadly so that people can experiment data within the data lake I'm curious if there are any other examples that you have that are kind of those sort of use cases where different people within the organization like you mentioned earlier having you know Haley only illegal can touch this or only certain folks can touch this I'm curious if the to learn and develop new capabilities for the company and so that's what Lake formations aimed at making easy to understand what's in your data lake at this point tens of thousands of day lakes on aws would customers using the technology just because it gives them new capabilities in terms of cost and scale the and get it really runs the range if you look at customers that have been using are a daily technology overall so you've got folks like EPA Games any examples there yeah absolutely so for example Panasonic Avionics they're actually one of the Lords world's leading providers we just haven't had before that's I'm sure a lot of our listeners either play fortnight or have kids the platform night so the and then to protect it and government and then provide white access to it knowing that the policies that you've put in place being enforced Jimmy examples cleaned up and transformed into Korea efficient formats and then it's presented both on real time dashboards as well as their analysts actors and look for things like insider trading fraud both in real time as well as using batch models that they've developed so it's really us three data lakes so they have holiday events being generated by millions of people playing the game all of that comes into S. three and then it's Russell and they have tens of pet abide data stream I don't know if you're familiar with FINRA but they regulate all US equities trading so about one hundred fifty on the data side where continuing to generate more and more data you know we're moving from today where we all have cell phones see data that they have permission to see so that they can think about how they can use that data to improve the business and so what they've done is similar to what Panasonic avionics stayed we're looking to understand how people are interacting with the Games and then make tweaks to make it more engaging and so they've been really except data-free because they can they can define the policy and they know that whatever analytic services whether it's a spark on the MR or data warehouses is also going to continue to grow and all you can see that with you know the various regulations that are popping up around the world around privacy and around who has access to it tech companies on so if you can imagine if you're in pharmaceuticals or healthcare and life sciences your very heavily regulated in terms of WHO's allowed pop up really soon yeah I think you know I think the use cases are really only going to continue to explode if you think about it early and market events per day pass through their systems and they've they're using the lakes to bring in all the states and then to analyze the market for isn't smart devices but you know those things like smart watches or now huge category you're gonNA absences embedded in more and more things and so that volume let's see what and knowing what's been done what days but at the same time you wanna be able to allow your Analysts and employees to vote inflight entertainment systems and communication systems so they wanted to be able to manage the security settings for all of the different applications and there are so permissions that relate to data and data access for each of these applications and each that are different customers so they can ensure that they know who's us where they take the lake formation catalog and use it to set up granular access policies but still maintain a central point of control and so this lets them essentially data that's coming off is going to continue to grow and the other thing that we're seeing is that the need to protect data to understand who access to Sousse like what's next what are the next five years hold that data lakes what are some other use cases that you think maybe aren't front of mind for folks but contention while still complying with everything that's related to regulation and data protection and so you know I think the the real time data so streaming feeds coming in I will also essentially be part of this data lake and analytic environment and I think the other big trend I plays into some of this I don't know if you have any particular thoughts on but especially with the predictive analysis Yeah I can sure whether or not it thinks it's fraud and then once they have a prediction they match that with reality and then they use that to stream data back into their day we have tens of pedder bites if you have or no people that play fortnight but all of the four analytics goes through being what data and and then they have a central record without that they can go and audit and a similar use case is with Amgen the world's largest thanks so you know for example if you're in the US you filed taxes every year I hope on April and a lot of people use not just asset for their businesses and so they need to be able to operate win data and use it to help them prove their businesses and Dr we're already seeing is really around machine learning and using all of this data to make better predictions yeah I'm curious how how the lake to retrain their models and improve over time so there's an example of you know a customer in to the taking advantage of all of the things really it's really interesting and it Kinda shows the power of when you have such different types of products in the market that all around the same sort of you know portfolio this cases are are many fold and they will grow dramatically and I think the other thing that we'll see is the integration of a lot of you know and we had atticus Tyson the CEO of into it on the on the show I ten or fifteen episodes ago doing a bunch of amazing stuff it it's we've talked about here data lakes and machine learning to to really help drive down fraud when it comes to taxes which is their area of focus experience for their own customers and you know create create unique value for customers just based on suggesting that things based on what they've learned by having a broader view that can help individuals get a better relationship with the company last question can better be supported to do their best work I'm curious if you have any thoughts on like how Leisure

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