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"emina" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
"Dolphins. And i had to go get food giving better disliked being called up to the front desk by shouting scandinavian. This is the thing so the question. When i went last time. What was your favorite snack as a child and i was there with my boyfriend and we both stood. They really like a off. I don't know. I think he made up something and then they just stand there all day. The people who bring the food. And they're like mozzarella sticks elbows grows such a better than the buzzer. I disagree. I liked the buzzer. I was something. I always always on buzzard duty. As a kid. I got handed. The buzzer like the buzzer. And when you're when you're prepared for the buzzer and it just in your you have a strong grip and vibrates in your hand. But you're in control of it It it's it's a great feeling of joy you're ready to eat. Insects matori really stressful though. Then you start thinking. What if i miss it. You start looking especially if you're younger and you don't have a ton of responsibilities you're giving buzzer responsibility. You're like i need to make sure that. I don't mess this up or no one's gonna eat today. Needs to keep an eye on it at all. Yeah that little light goes off. You're like is that it but it's not hey. How do you guys ever like to predict when you're going to be called. So like even this could be whether they're doing the names numbers or a buzzer. Like you start to get up from your seat. And i'm gonna walk over to the counter because i feel like i'm next. You guys like apply pressure to the restaurants like when you feel like you've been waiting too long i'll get up from my seat. Emina walk up to the counter. And just kinda like hover here with my buzzer going on around here. You know just in case. You don't know who's next guy's percent. I did this the other day. I was with woody. We're picking up coffee on the way into work. I got out of the car. Aye hovered thanks for the invite will never got to office. I try to take attendance. And see who i can. Guess has been there before me. But that's different because there. You have an appointment time. And then you start playing the game care about deployment times. You know that you know that. So frustrating that they don't go for straight. Do eight such while disrespected your first-come-first-served serve but you you sign up for an appointment at one and let you in at one. Forty nine shot. They're backed though that's not because they're taking omon budget your time. Uh.
"emina" Discussed on Rap It Out
"One tour stop is more than two hours away they just put them on me because the dad joke start half an hour in god. But luckily i don't have children. Yes that's a good thing. Just tell us a perfect e right lawn along. Suzy bringing recently. You guys released an ep. Which you guys recite about sharing with us about the ep l. Because of the music. I wanted to tell everything about it. Not just about the name about music like everything from the start of the ep. Asong running production to lyrics of inspiration for making tells three thing. You can't about your latest ep. Yes sure so. I'll start And then feel free to cut me off anybody. But i think so. This called aperitif. Aperitif is it's basically what it is is. It's a drink that you have it a fancy meal or something. That's sort of a pallet cleanser. It's supposed to prepare your pal for the full meal And that's exactly what these four tracks are to us. They're sort of. We're trying to prepare listeners. For what we have planned for this year which is a much bigger release and sorta just wedding the audible palette of our listeners. And getting people excited for you music again. You know i think also aperitif. This is a little bit of a creation from kobe. We weren't planning on putting out. We were sort of ready to put out an album on just before covert but With the pandemic. We have to change our plans. So this ep. To us is sort of a return to some semblance of normalcy. The tracks themselves like i said before there are different each one from the last but all of them sort of our intergener- of synth rock. They all have like some interesting. Sounds going on. The all have really strong drum based so bryan and john really shine on all of them. I think And lyrically there are a little bit sarcastic a little. Poke fun at me a little bit. I love sort of poking fun at myself with leaks and they're a little bit traumatized. So that's that's sort of a little bit about it. Anybody else have anything. When you say the the album was ready to go for cova You know it was. It was a pretty long recording process. you know i can go I you know. Correct me. If i'm wrong but i think some of these raw songs have been written since seventeen hundred eighteen And i think we started the trapping process for all of them because we the way that we tend to write is gains will come to us with pretty much about an album's worth of ideas And then as we realized that we kinda realized emina batch record them in a batch Master mix in a bathroom bathrooms and released a batch So you know we. We were in the studio with our good friend out almgren refresher big studios I think since about twenty nine thousand nine hundred and you know he's he's in brooklyn were in like a one bedroom apartment all just kind of huddled up together in his in. His living room turned into a studio recording. So a lot of this stuff was stuff that's been out for for nothing out but been idealized for quite a while. Which is you know interesting. You know for us to kind of like. I don't know i guess we as we go kind of looks back but But it's it's good. I mean it's it's fun to think about the whole process Together which is great own sweet. That's awesome that's insane and the one thing that strikes me the most and it can agree. Also the album concept now The name versus unique for. I've never heard the drank northern name. So that that's new to me from the concept of getting ready for coming this share. It's really insane to Even the first of all it's also put that concept too many you first of all is also very rare amd honestly i'm really really shocked me when Guess we're talking about it. That's the that's what the Album ep was about and do that. Strike out. But i also christ me also absolutely love the content if you guys using that as like stepping stone and also just a little stand a sampling into. What's next for you in that case access side. One is next after this ep with his next. So after this ep. It's it's kind of an interesting question because we're still figuring it out in a way as far as what we want to present to people. Do we drop another couple of singles before we drop you know a big track listing on eight to you know eightyish songs but i think the idea of moving forward after this. Ep is sort of just to rekindle that love again for live music and getting. You're getting your message out there with with your songs and just sharing everything about what you created. Because it's been tough like yeah like a lot of people have released albums and such. But i think we kind of put out this ep at a time. Where we're gonna we're gonna pretty soon be able to get out there in the world that performance you know. Cd friends and family and people that have always supported the band and in different areas. It'll be nice to one get to perform again but to get people excited about the rest of the songs to conserve. Definitely what you can expect is some more music in the summer and then a ton more music congress fall so we're just going to be A lot of stuff coming out. And i think we're all i think we all can agree. That were very very excited for that. We swing yeah. I'm so excited for you guys. I mean anything you guys concept. Unfortunately since you guys up in new york Won't one day though monday to still around your up here. Yeah.
"emina" Discussed on Start With Me Podcast- A business podcast for the God led business woman, Entrepreneurship,Business
"Excited to be here with you today. I wanna play off of tuesday's episode. Really when i started talking about the call to come and how that call to come is for all of us on this episode. I wanna make a little bit of a disclaimer. Though and i want to talk today to the woman who feels stuck but also feel stirred at the same time and i want to disclaim this in a sense that yes i believe. The call to come is for all of us. I believe the call to step out of the boat is for was for every single person in the boat but at the same time. Not every single person in that boat feld stirred like peter. Did i've been thinking a lot about this. Honestly this podcast episode is probably just me verbally processing some of this with all of you but i really do believe this is where the lord has mean and i know that this is probably where he has some of you as well if he has me here so today. We're gonna talk about stepping out of the comfort cycle. Emina break that down. The comfort cycle what that looks like in our lives and how it plays out but again. I don't want anyone to listen to this episode. And then think that i am saying because you're not in a place of being stirred right now that something is wrong with you. That is so not what i'm saying. We walk through. Seasons are walk with the lord is So different for each person. Your relationship with the lord is personal. Your walk with the lord is personal and it's seasonal like we ebb and flow. We go through seasons and so it has actually been a long time. Since i've been in the season that i am in right now which is really stepping out into something that i know the lord has planned for me and so i again just want you to know that if this is not this season you're in maybe turn this episode off or maybe listen to it and.
Jared Curry on Becoming a 19-Year-Old With a 7 Figure Business
"You're nineteen years old and you've started a seven seven figure business. Take us back man. How did that happen. Oh i saw it overnight. Success like everyone else thinks of course right of course what almost almost four years right so i started the business in my junior year of high school with my good friend ought to josh and we found this person. This guy name billy wilson. We didn't know who he was. We just knew that he was a college dropout. Baking now over one hundred k plus year six figure salary more money than he would have made if he would have stayed in college in pursued a career that he was going to go through teaching how to start a social media marketing. Each though at the time was the junior high school. I had just read the book. Rich dad poor. Dad and in roy opened my eyes right and once. What's by by. Is you know my vision. Expanded a little bit more I realized that. I had the permission though because this was my life. I hit the permission to go out and pursue. What i always knew i was destined to do and i was just to do. Great things in to not live the typical nine to five life at everyone else. Kind of settles for i don't even say strive. I think they a lot of people settle for that. And i wanted to go out and do the impossible and Pursued that first of all most absolutely horrible didn't make really anyone. I i don't why didn't give to be honest with you because it was just i had no. I think i had to lie to myself a few times. Yeah i'm i don't know i don't know what it was by told my so there was a voice in my head that set keep going keep going and eventually twelve months after the program. We hit the six-figure run run rate. So eight thousand thirty three months. We got up to about fourteen thousand dollars a month in month and mr emina choose well covert hit right and we were in the fitness space. Doing marking fitness companies and Agency just flopped. In like a few days we went from fifteen k basically two
"emina" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"I'm hungry or angry or lonely or tired you know that. And then when you're more aware of okay. I'm me i'm living my. I'm really living on my value-based goals and i'm being present. And but then there are times where i noticed that i am feeling sad. You know an act as a really cool thing and will get into this. It's the there's these six principles of act and the first one really is this It's concerts Contacting the present moment in this is like. It's so hard to just stay in this present moment because of that thing. I was talking about where we ruminate about the past or we worry about the future and so contacting the present moment is that instead of i'm sad it literally is starting to put some space. There's like i'm noticing that i'm sad. I'm noticing i'm feeling sad win and so because in this moment you know i am i am. I'm feeling sad. But it's a feeling that i'm having. I have lots of different feelings. So let me kind of step back and be able to recognize. What are the things that are going on in my life that are causing this sadness and so trying to contact with the present moment is a pretty fascinating thing and i dug up a little bit of. This is something i haven't ever really talked about. And i was a i was really fascinated by it Emina read this little bit when i first started working with act There was this this concept that mindfulness or meditation was still a little bit to woo new a little bit too zinn eastern philosophy or whatever that would be. I would have people where i felt like. I almost had to defend what mindfulness was. And i feel like now. That was a long time ago and people are pretty comfortable with mindfulness. But i found this This context. I really loved it. Said mindfulness is often expressed as a well. Okay so in the context of let's say eastern philosophy or maybe buddhism where mindfulness is often expresses a.
"emina" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Their separate ways. And that was the end of it like she wanted that experience, and she got it, And that's it. You think As far as I know, Like I said she was on her bachelorette party. You know things. You know you worry about things like that happening anyways, like but But if you guys when you guys play this game You don't in your mind actually believe that you're giving your partner a chance to cheat on you. You don't you are because it's so rare that it would happen. Yeah, it's not real. It's not real. And if you if you really love the person you're with Like actual boyfriend girlfriend. You're in a committed relationship, then you're probably not going to risk that thing for that fling. It's one in a million. You know she had to call. OK, well, then she has to face the fact that this guy should leave her because she shouldn't do that. You can't You're in a committed relationship. Kind of pick your relationship over that one in a million. Like what? That's what I mean. Exactly. Your relationship. That's not the relationship for exactly honey of Drake or Emina. You would cheat on risking it all the man that you love your in Whoever whoever it is, Drake walks in, says a night in jail one of kalen Whatever straight, you know. Yo, Yo, yo, let's go. You know what, Whatever whatever it is and then come back to the six. Let's get comes in. He's got like a big owl, not power with an owl on his big jets parked out there midway, and he's like he's like, Hey, girl, you know what up, you know? And then Kaylan, do you? Look, I'm trying to do this, like kind.
"emina" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast
"What's going on the trainers welcome to episode one hundred. Sixty two lured up. Podcast where we take pokemon go way more seriously than we do ourselves lewd ups part of pokemon professor network and today is wednesday january sixth twenty twenty one first show of the new year. And i'm your host. Ken pescatore joined by that other voice. That's adam tuttle adam. what's up. Hello hello how are you. I'm doing fantastic. Yeah even though the country is gone to hell in a handbasket. Renowned is actually funny. Because you you know my dad. It's not a fun. Well i mean like i guess in my personal life. It's funny because my dad was upset when it was the way for the other issue that was going on and because my dad was a trump supporter you know. He kept being like emina. Send you a trump flagging us like dad. Please don't do that. I don't need my house..
"emina" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur
"Have your coffee at your convenience chopper press coffee company. I've the andromeda done some justice but for those that are super familiar with emina. You and your business. Could you give us these sort of Background or the the day. One reason for starting siler tucker. Or just getting into emanate general. You know. I didn't wake up one day and salmon i've been in a visor and But i've always been an entrepreneur. So i'm always own different types of businesses and i've always been interested in entrepreneurship. I never really wanted to work for anybody. However i did get stuck in corporate america working for xerox and I was there for about six months in mandurah. Poach me my nickname. Xerox was a closer. Because whenever i needed something close it would call me on one. Another salesperson couldn't do it so anyway she came to me and said listen. There's regional vice president's position open. I think you should apply for it at three month process and she said you won't get it but you should have by anyway. Like why would i apply for something. I'm not going to get wasser. She said she goes experience. And she said you'll learn so much shots as i said she said. But you're not going to get because you've been six months and you're up against people because xerox house from within you up against people have been here for five six seven eight years sold out. That's why probably will never get shape. So i went through the process and ended up. I ended up getting it was a three month process. It was very guerlain. Met with a lot of different executive heads. And how did you demonstrations presentations. Qna and in. I ended up getting i was really surprised And i did that for about six months. And i hated. It happened because i like sailing. I like finding out what. Somebody's all the missiles. Somebody's need as and coming up with a solution. And when you're at that level of management and corporate america you have a means to have meetings scheduled meetings actually have follow up means you know and so i just got tired of it so i ended up. You know i was gonna keep my day job though because it was six figures. Great benefits and i was on that ladder. Go very high up and I started searching for our business to buy stumbled across a franchise in my husband. One of the partners sophos him and said. Hey i want to buy your franchise. I want to buy franchise from you and just hard people and have them run it and would overlook it on the side. They michelle we know. Love you and your reputation. We don't want you to buy a franchise we want you to partner with us. And it will give you a franchise. So well i said you know and in a me to kind of money i could be did i make and have equity stake position. They will give me a franchise will listen. I'm not going to leave my right position or something that has been successful because you have two locations. You're not successful right now. But let's see so. I said i'll walk with you for six months. I keep my position. They're also work with unites a weekend's travel all over go to franchise goes and see what happens. I ended up making more money in six months in entire xerox idyllic xerox and became became a partner with this organization. Sort over hundred and fifty franchises in a very short period of time. And i did what most companies do. They never built the foundation. So companies go out there and global grow bell bell bell market market market but then had never built a solid foundation to handle the grows. So this company was over promising..
"emina" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"You know films are too short short cinematic pieces and put all the crew and all the makeup and all the care creature work that they would into a feature. You know series. You know the the trilogy any one of the this could easily be a trilogy unto itself. Twelve thirty to forty five minute pieces like mandalorian you know except instead of just one character you know. It's a whole espionage world. Yeah it looks incredible. I'm looking forward to watching. I think it's i almost want to say a supplement to mandalorian and the only reason i say it that way is because i think as a family were so lake sold on the mandalorian right that now when other shows come it just kind of builds upon what is even though they're probably completely independent right. I'm sure going into would emina feel as though it's a supplement and then after the first episode amion to say okay it's a standalone and then that notion will dissolve and fade away right. But what i wanna know is looking at the bt s on this in in watching people being interviewed short little snippets of interview and so on but it gets you thinking though like some of the people are a little bit older middle aged. Some of the people are like fairly young. But how does one get a job what they do like. How do you become so good at this at any point..
"emina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Deal counter fears about resurgent coronavirus cases. We check the markets. Every 15 minutes. Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S and P Futures of six points this morning, down Futures of 79 NASDAQ futures down five the decks in Germany's up 8/10 of a percent and your Treasury down 5 30 seconds. He'll 300.93% and the yield on the two year 20.15% Nymex crude oil is up 6/10 percent, or 28. Cents, at 45 88 a barrel Comex gold down about 9/10 percent, or $16.70 at 18 58 announce. Euro 1.2117. Against the dollar. British found 1.34 to 9 in the end one of 4.18 and that's a Bloomberg business Flash Tom and Paul. Thanks so much, Karen greatly appreciate that. This is a joy what we're gonna do right now. We can do this at 9 18 Wall Street times sort of a churning market feelings up here. All that's going on in Washington. Let's talk. God, you could do that. Because if you serve cod well, you know, in Boston. Good morning. One of 61 Dorgan Park no longer there, But come on. Hot at Durgin Park was its own like thing, or, you know, some place in New York as well. Maria today. Oh, knows that cod is different in Brussels. Then it is served in Paris. Or certainly it rules restaurant in London. Where you today I'll joins us now keeper of the Vander Light in menu for dinner tonight. Is Vander lighting meets with Boris Johnson is fish going to be served just to get the conversation going. Tom. I was just going to ask this question to European official But then they told me that I didn't hit what you and then I figured if I have to choose, I'll do, Tom. So I didn't really get you out of the question. But, yeah, I know it's your birthday suit for me was like it was an easy once I settle do Tom and then I'll ask the questions later, But I report back for the time being. We know it's a three course meal, but we don't actually know that journal. Brussels. Folks is like Paris, and there's a lot of low slung buildings in how do you pronounce it? Maria the building. How do you say it? In English We wanted in front. I'll take it either way from you, you know? Okay, so so we would say valuable belly mower, the belly, but they're going to be in the 13th floor. The belly mall. And describe the dinner. I mean, it's a modern building. It's actually a lovely building Kidding aside but described what will occur at this dinner at the belly, Mama. This is happening. 13th floor. That's that's correct. And that is her personal office for the head of the European Commission. She is They're pretty much 24 7 and a better act to dinner. Once there the food was OK, I would say, But this is very much about business. There is no time waited around their own fault. Fucking keys. It's more about business. You know, It's just a very dry area. It's a very dry building, and it's just your typical bureaucratic off presenting exactly what it looks like The addition of underlying that what is Known as a bedroom, You know, she likes to work there all the time. She has a bed. She can nap and get some rest time. So Maria face to face meeting is other any expectations? Or what are the expectations for a face to face meeting here in terms of trying to move this forward with just days to go? Yes, And that's a big thing because they actually haven't seen each other for months Now, since the pandemic started, the prime minister has not been to Brussels and run and I and I have done seen anyone face to face. So this is going to be a big meaning. Just on that respect, symbolically carries a lot of weight in terms of working weeks back from it. We're not going to get a deal. We can tell you. I mean, I could tell you that right now there's there's going to be no deal out of this is not about Presenting. We have a deal and and it's all done. It's just about political momentum. It's really is about injecting energy into talk that we know are not going well. Well will be key, however, is the perception of underlying takes away from this tomorrow, she says, and tells And leaders coming here. Emina Macron Marchal, the 27. I think he's serious now about a deal back. And that could put us close to an ass deal. So, Maria. I mean, it's interesting. I'd love to know kind of from your perspective. What? Really, Really key stumbling blocks are here. It can't just be about Fishing. What are things that are really holding both sides back? Look, fish is very small, and we know that as a percentage of GDP. This is very tiny. But for the UK it is big politically because this is about becoming your independent, Also state that is moving away from the European Union's on We're taking back control. So it is big for the prime minister. He also knows that this is the one area where he has the upper hand and everything else. It really is the European Union for someone like Emmanuel Macron Fish does matter. Because he wants to protect the fisherman. You know, he wants to be seen a fighting heart. And if you're in Belgium and your Belgian fishermen, this is very problematic because the amount of orders that you can actually work and go fishing in is going to be dramatically reduced, so I wouldn't say this is nothing. It is relevant. But the big thing is the level playing field and this is a competition is about trust, and it's about the European Union. Almost believe in accepting that the contrast the U. K in the future, and that is going to be a loyal competitors to the that's really what matters whether or not you can trust the UK going forward, Marie today. Thank you so much reporting from Brussels today on this important meeting tonight. In the endless saga known as Brexit, Paul. I did the math today on return of SPX through the year Can't remember the number double digit The return over the last decade, double digit the return over a number of years Like my life, double digit Where do we come up with a mantra that it's a single digit world? That's got to be the great wrong call. Dad left the last set of madness to the Barry Riddle to get his perspective. I think you know, Tom, what have we seen? You know, for the longest time, Really, Since you know, going going back to the you know, the late seventies early, it is just incredibly low interest rates and again..
"emina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Our global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week. I'm John Tucker in New York up later in the programme. How badly does China need to juicy its economy at this point? But first there's a special European Council meeting September 24th and 25th you leaders will beat in Brussels to discuss the single market, industrial policy and digital transformation, as well as external relations in particular relations with Turkey and China, and for more on this, let's head to London and bring in Bloomberg. Daybreak. Europe anchors Carlin Hecker and runs Your hearing. John. This meeting of Europe's leaders has a long agenda. It comes at a time of great stress for the block stress from dealing with the impact of the pandemic, of course, plus Brexit moving into its final phase. But there's also Belarus on the tensions between Greece and Turkey. Well for more on what is at stake. We're joined by Bloomberg's Brussels reported Maria today a Maria, Thanks for being with us. A CZ. We say a long agenda. So what you think is going to be most pressing. Well, European leaders are back after what really has been a difficult, tricky summer top of the agenda. Just transfer that question. This is very much a internal European Summit politics, which you know kind of goes from everything that is happening along the mad that confrontation that we're seeing between the Greek government Turkey Emmanuel Macron himself becoming very, very involved and Almost speaking directly to order one in language that we haven't seen in a long time. Of course, he's also keeping an eye on a situation that's happening in Libya. The explosion that happened with the Lebanese government now in a period of great change is seminal Macron really have taken this As almost seemed to redefine relationship between the U and the Mediterranean countries on both sides of the ocean. And he's come up with this very interesting but very vague concept that he likes to call the pact committed Terranea. No one really understands what this means other than Emina Macron, but everyone is willing to play along if It helps your national agenda for the Italians. This is great. If that means that migration is kept at bay for the Greeks and Miss Attack is the Greek prime minister. This is great that this means that you're going to get more, uh, friend Tour ship. Coming to where your coast and really being tough on Erdogan and for the Spanish of this means you're just going to have a quiet, um, summer and and and just kind of again. Keep that migration at bay that this works for all what exactly How do you exactly implemented his new packs? It's very unclear. Okay, But I guess also in their sights is going to be the virus issue the pandemic, how it's been handled in various parts. How it's been handled as a block parents been handlers, individual countries, But is there a sense that the snaps on the economic side? They're actually coming out of it a little bit better than expected, and perhaps in some others have Well, if you look at the numbers, and if you look at the new forecast that we've had from AA number of countries thinking, Germany and and the French to you do see a contraction. That is not a steep as was as initially thought. And that can only be good news because these are the two biggest economies in your area. But again when you look at the situation in other countries, legs pain, you do see that there is a two tier economy. In a single market. And this is very problematic because as you know the euro supposed to be this great equalizer between European countries when you speak to officials and the European Commission, they tell you they're they're going into the winter. Me and very, very cultures is not the time to say look was gone past the craze is our economies are ready to take off because a lot will depend on whether or not we do get a medical treatment for this, whether or not we managed to keep the curve, um stable, and the biggest thing here is implementation. Of reforms to kickstart growth. We have a recovery fund that's been agreed the money is ready. But the word that you hear time and having again is implementation. We want to see that being translated into measures that will actually fuel and create growth. Okay? I also thought that it was quite noteworthy, though. Borderlines state of the union, calling out the Law and Justice Party very prominently, So it's not as if the you is without significant problems internally and how it deals with matters. Oh, yeah, For sure, And the recognizes there's always an internal issue that is happening in the European Union. You know, you have 27 countries that have to come together with very different political views. And very ah, well, just different approaches when it comes tio politics, But what I would say is going back to your question and to And to really answer that question is that Under nine has made it clear that in her commission migration will be top of the agenda, but it has to be treated differently. She made this point to say, you know, really is not just about creating us and them but is about man agendas. Better. Of course, you have the situation that is happening in the Greek camp, which is not a good picture for the Europeans. You know you had a huge fire there. You have people all over the place. We're not being well taken often and it's very you know, it's very easy to say where your opinion and cares and protect. What if we're not able to do that, on the ground were clearly that's a policy failure and to respond to Ah, those those those measures that we've seen in countries like Poland, which clearly don't respect human rights when it comes to Sexuality and so on. She's also taken that view that it's not okay. And perhaps there could be financial penalties. If you do that. It's not okay to say in the European Union, and we're going to create a ah, an area that's LGBT free. It's just simply not okay. And that is something I would say that please along or go down very well with voters and the vast majority of European countries to take that line, So she's taken that in in a smart way. But again, you know, you have to make it happen. Marie is staying on the eastern end of the block, of course, looking over the border into Belarus. That's a massive crisis and a lot of people feel. I think that the U has been tested in terms of its diplomatic strength and rather found wanting in this in this ongoing crisis. What did leaders want to do about batteries? Well, every this is very difficult for started because you make a good point. The European has to be seen as protecting democracy. It has to be seen as protecting human rights. And it has to be seen as almost being this kind of hold for Eastern European countries that clearly have a very strong relationship with or used to have in the past with, uh, Sylvie Union with Russia, and they kind of want to Transition away from that. So the European Union has to be seen as doing that. But this is a tricky situation because you have the politics in which you don't want to go the Ukraine and wait in which the country split up in two and that leads to almost a civil war that makes everything even more unstable than you have the situation. What put him Russia? Poisoning, also of Navalny happening. Ah, well was not being taken care of in Berlin and the North drainpipes Blaine. So this is all you know, a very convoluted issue, And it's not just about whether or not you want to sanction Belarus. We know that sanctions are going to happen. The European Union has that that we know that they believe the election was totally rigged, and he did not win this election. But again the flip side to this is that they're not targeting looking Shankle himself because, of course, making that balance between you know how much you want to rock the boat on help, Civil society, But at the same time,.
"emina" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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How Much Money Do You Need To Start a Podcast?
"But it comes producing a podcast. There are one time cost things you need to purchase one time to get started and then there's ongoing costs and we'll talk about those as well. Let's get started with the one time in costs. Let's begin with the hardware and that's a Mike. The first thing that a lot of people think about when they SORTA podcast is equality. Mike and there are a lot of different. Mike's at different price ranges out there. I'm GonNa recommend the Mike I think is a good starter Mike. It's actually a good Mike to have in general and it's called the Audio Technica Ika eight two thousand one hundred this is an excellent and USB. Mike that means you can plug it into an X. Lar- poor as well as into your computer with a US be Port the quality of this. Mike is Incredible. I actually recommended for Webinars as well as podcasting. If you're looking to podcast a lot of pro- podcasts at us this Mike. It's only around seventy dollars on Amazon. So great starter. Mike and for a lot of people they use it throughout their podcasts and career. The the difference between this Mike. And let's say a three hundred dollar Mike like the Heil or a five hundred dollar Mike. Mike is Quite insignificant. It's actually she really hard to tell the difference. If you're not an audio file if you're not somebody who does this for a living. Fear the average listener. It's all sounds the same. Actually Santa Quality is really dictated by the environment. You're in more than the actual Mike meaning that if I'm using my iphone to record a audio podcast and Emina professional like deafening sound booth deafening by the quietness of it. Have you ever been one of those. It's incredible how they are. Were you like really shut the door. It's like clunk clunk right. If I recorded a podcast using my iphone in a room like that it would sound incredibly. Professional is because the environment is incredible. So so you can do a lot with great environment. That's the next purchase. So let's get our mind can go the AGR two thousand one hundred seventy bucks. The next is a soundproof booth. You're not going to build a whole room. But there's these great portable padded booths. You can put your mic inside and record award inside that booth with just your face in that booth or your mouth inside that booth with the Mike inside the one that I have that I recommend it's called the Porta booth plus plus. It's two hundred dollars on Amazon. And this is a little bit of a fancy one because it's portable you can actually Flan it up or zip it up and put it in your suitcase. So if I ever traveling to record I can take this with me and I got this one because there are some instances when I do need to do that. Because it's a daily show if feel a weekday show you can batch really in advance so you may not need this fancy one that is portable. There's other ones if you go to see the Porta booth plus that are not reportable. That are just as nice to look exactly the same and their own fifty dollars. This creates a great environment for your podcasts. At creates great sound because is it really allows all the sound to go into the Mike and Bouncing off the walls in the room. I recommend actually putting this portal booth in a closet. Is it like in the shelving of a walk-in closet or a regular closet and standing right in front of an recording this is going to create a studio quality sound. So if you go the non portable one is about fifty bucks if you go with the portable ones about two hundred. If you don't need to travel your podcast daily. I probably would recommend the portable one. And you don't really need to travel with it that much could batch ahead of time so so far so good or under two hundred bucks. What about software will you can record an Eddie your software pretty pretty much for free with a MAC or a PC? If you're on the Mac you can use quicktime that allows you to just record your audio right there. If you want to edit your podcasts cast on a Mac. There's a software called garage band that allows you to edit podcasts and there's plenty of tornadoes that you can buy or watch on youtube to learn how to Eddie your podcast if you're on on a PC. I recommend a software called audacity. Audacity will allow you to record and edit the podcast and it's free so there you go you can record an ETA podcast nice and easy now. There's another piece of software need is called an ID three editor. And there's one on the market call eighty the three editor and is about thirty dollars for license and what this does allows you to Put the information on the sound file so it actually pierced properly properly on sound On say podcast players so they the title of your podcast. The description the author that kind of stuff the cover image you know the the art for the actual show. Id Three and your podcast is very important. Because you need to do that before you uploaded your host. Because that's what everybody's he's GonNa see on a distribution channels like itunes or podcast players like spotify stitcher radio and overcast all those different kinds of APPs Sir cylinder two hundred bucks with hardware and software. What else do we need for one off cost? Well we need to design our actual show are some people call all cover art or show are for a podcast so I actually recommend hiring a designer to do this. Many people use something like ninety nine designs. Were they get various examples of their. PODCASTS are or samples and then they go on facebook or something and asked her friends and family which one do they prefer. ABC Or D.. And this can cost anywhere between one hundred dollars to three hundred dollars. Five hundred dollars for a really Sought after designer Ya. Yeah designer that you've worked with before for your website or something like that `sensitive take a crack at it. Otherwise you can go to nine designs you can go to a freelancer upward and and find a designer design. Your podcast show our remember. You WanNa make sure the name of your podcast is very clear on your show our. It's catchy it's easy to see and had the mock up. Your show are in a screen shot of I tunes or something like that so you could see what it looks like against other podcast West Show artsy you could say oh yes that does stand out. That does look good. So we're looking at right now. Let's say on average you're going to pay two hundred dollars for a great piece of show are you can of course designing yourself if you want if you do have an eye for design canvas is a good tool to use You can get a free account to start with Canada so you can either pay nothing. Who Around one hundred to five hundred dollars for a design show are? Let's say Ballpark to fifty. So we're around hovering around four born dollars or so To start a podcast. The one off costs. Let's talk about the ongoing costs. Well the first thing you're going to need is hosting somewhere or to host your actual audio files so just you know when you're hosting upon history creating a podcast you have a host that stores these files and every time time somebody uses any kind of podcast player Apple podcasts stitcher whatever they use spotify it streaming from the host it's not streaming from spotify. spotify doesn't doesn't actually a save or hold these audio files you do in your hosting account and you just basically linked to it via your podcast S. feet
"emina" Discussed on Disconnected
"You will have the comfort of knowing that Google will be bringing you gender-neutral controlling the very progressive people at Google will be bringing you gender neutral. Oh colored controllers which include the following colors white black and green about those those controllers callers clearly don't exist on the other because if you play xbox playstation or Switcher misogynist. Yeah but thanks to stadium and you're free to go man with your gender. They announced it with such confident. Gusto of like the Stadia. Even at the stadium flops will be going down in history as as as as the first gender-neutral Company. See that's why that's why I'm putting my money. The on the they heard destiny to is going to be free and the Shit. They're like. Yeah this is. This is what the people are right. Now let's make our thing. Yeah it's funny. Because even like non binary and other feminist sites like react the way they reacted to that announcement was like what Eh there were like. What the fuck is this weird pandering to us? That is not working like what the fuck is happening like. How is that? Oh by the way guys for those who like to be a Detroit to think that that will appeal to assist Asian male like me they like to call it Saba Green. So that's the best because one. It's not it's black white and was sobbing. Greens it's like aqua switch. It's a weird one then. Yeah Pat from Kosovo presume predicts eighteen months of the stadia. We'll see his pretty good generous. But Yeah Yeah what do you think though and all this being said do you think the stadia could get better will get better or do you think it was even a good or novel idea. What what are your honest and cynical too so be it? But what are your honest thoughts of the state yet. Despite all this. That's been all this is true. But what are you wrap of thoughts on the Stadia. You said Wooley said it that it's essentially just a website. Yeah Yeah I mean Emina did it is. It's a neat idea what they're proposing but having it as a console seems a little much little extra. Yeah it was only just may streaming site for games you have in by the licensing of these games to have charged people premium like maybe Maybe forty dollars a month is in fair. You know you get a free game among the AAA title. That's brand new. That's not a bad idea but trying to trying to break into a market. That's been firmly in the grasp of these two giants for almost two decades. Now more so now right because what what's playstation nineteen ninety ninety six ninety five maybe give or take out of that time mid-nineties xbox is what ninety nine xbox doesn't one okay. I want to say but still yeah I rented for both. Yeah exactly boy being. They came too hard to quick and they came with a lot of great ideas but they had nothing to build those ideas on. There's no foundation here. Well and here's the other weird thing right is that they will answer this Future Console right when xbox when the new XBOX and playstation book coming out next year. And there's is not even able to do it last Jin has been doing so it's kind of a weird like people always kind of like see Nintendo. Is this weird half step console too because one with her because there are also balancing a hand held along with it but then to just because they're not really competing competing with xbox and playstation Nintendo doesn't own thing come out and they want to appoint how game cube came out right as we're going into the last June ooh and then we came out in the middle of middle toward the middle half middle to second half of three sixty three. Yeah but like you said Nintendo never are Nintendo is a competitor. Yes but they're not trying to keep up with Sony remarks and explicitly said that Wada. That's that's the key to success for the company company is doing their own thing. That's when tennison baller man they don't give a shit about what they're doing they're gonna be no matter what and it's y you know. xbox really doesn't have any mascots playstation had a lot that their mascots are just not openly on a crash Laura Croft by artist everywhere now but it used to be exclusive to it Playstation Kinda pass it but intendo has kind of always show at this. They definitely need third party. Support A to be a great console but even with their first party games and all this other they do with their first party. They're still a huge fan base. That is there for their there. It is why I wholeheartedly believe in light of maybe a very very rare cameo. Oh you will never really see Mario game a proper Mario game on xbox or anything with their nice friendly buddy buddy relationship between Microsoft xbox I can maybe see them letting them use Mario and Easter Egg or something on a new halo game or or or maybe coming out if they do another Banjo Game Banjo being smash yeah. I did see the mega crossover matter a cameo but I would say that Nintendo would likely die. Hey before ever. Having Proper Mario game result again. Come out on another concept. Yeah I really think Nintendo is Nintendo. They will always like see themselves as those are their babies and the way they've kept them so you know we'll a mask and taking care of you know like pristine figures versus playstation who. Let's everyone bar with their figures. Now and then xbox never had many figures to begin with While because between Marcus Fenix master chief and the guy from Monem break. I don't know the the McLaren because yeah right Microsoft but to be fair might yourself. You could also argue. It's never been one for wanting to be a mascot parading guys either. Sony only did to to try and compete with which we got all that stuff. No longer competed with. Attendance will be lost. They saw the no point in doing. So which is why you can't get spiraling crash cash on Nintendo. So it's one of those things wrap it up. We'd be dead horse that's it. Thank you guys. Have you guys have any comments. Make sure his below. We're going to a what the fuck I'm saying. You can hit us up at disconnected. Cast Mail as calm and on this upcoming episode this Monday which was a few days after This is totally thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving by the way guys it is it is This is totally live buddy. Or Yeah there you go. Yeah they wouldn't. Yeah yeah that's what it is anyways. There's upcoming episode. We're GONNA have concentrator. Wanted to address properly yet but I sure content creator Kyle Massey will be joining us on in the upcoming episode very excited to welcome her on. And we'll just see how that goes because like all of our shows pretty much which entirely Improv that curated document I put together. So yeah they you guys are always joining us always. It's been great to see the growth of the PODCASTS. Over time we've gone from averaging eighty to one hundred downloads to averaging two hundred from between last month this one. We're already almost at one thousand in two months so so it's been going really really good. We appreciate all the support and we appreciate all those who are hyping up the anticipation of the next coming episodes. Sorry much so yes. Thank you all so so much for joining me for another monthly edition of reconnected..
"emina" Discussed on WSB-AM
"You know. it's just a bad bad measure. but Jeff flake is out there. well you know if you want to save your souls yeah because Jeff flake is the guy I'm going to go to yes here my sitting in my office well I'm so concerned about my soul W. W. J. D. but not Jesus Jeff flake. no. are we have a lot coming up still hang on let me let me get Emina I'm getting I'm told I'm getting a bigger monitor you know that so so we're reconfiguring some things in the studio because soon you're gonna be able to watch the show. because everyone loves loves watching things I don't know where I'm going with that but anyway you'll be able to watch it and so I was promised and can you heard this I was promised a sweet monitor I heard it and the promise I'm just you know I feel a little bit let down lately because I was promised like all kinds of impeachment shenanigans and I was promised like nudie pictures and you know all kinds of stuff so that didn't happen but with the truck needed yeah exactly yeah with that but yeah you're the little disappointment yes so it's like I don't I don't want to feel let down again so I was promised the super sweet monitor because I don't print things out I don't I mean I don't print anything out I just keep everything online so I'm really stoked about this and we have a million lights on us right now because they're testing things and I feel like I'm about to be accused of sexual harassment because I'm gonna try to keep the fifty degrees in here you know like I feel harassed in my workplace the Kadath Dan gives a fifty to grace crazy after uggs even like in August in Texas is horrible so. we'll talk a little bit more about that we also have how Democrats could lose with this I like how the media suggests that they're just doing this new left turn pivot. it's new. real then we have that. timeline about hunter Biden we got a bunch of stuff we also have Stephen aids is coming up later on in the program oh my gosh she and also this story in a also this the story of this a girl who apparently went to school where Karen pence. teachers or is on staff and she said that she was attacked it was a young black student who said she was attacked by three white boys in her class well there's an update to the story from NBC Washington we're going to have that as well when we when we come back with that actually later on in the show as we get moving on car shield is a great program to have if you just don't want to pay a boatload of money to have your car repaired because everything is super super duper expensive I'm not saying anything about tussle so I don't want any of the Tesla fanboys to come at me down anyway though but car shield is affordable protection that can save you thousands of dollars for cover repairs that goes for.
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"Share the keyboard, to have shared their keyboardist, Chuck events show time. With Klatten keyboards good stuff. If you have Clapton unplugged, there's a point where he goes took Lebel and crowd claps. And this one fan of Chuck's, Chuck Thome story chuckled with stones when they come to the energy Senator Houston. Unfortunately, not in Dallas this time. Jagger's back there. Already on the tour. They've already been, Yep. I told you who was it? You Chris, that was Pooh. Poohing all this was, or is it? Yes, not Jagger. It's hologram. You go to hell. You took before nine minutes to finally call you out. To call you out was yours at associate producer David, somebody might not be you guys. But somebody's like good. He's told told whoever was, I said it is a part. It is not because of dudes down shaped dude, spend hours working out every day because he can because that's his job to look that good. So we're gonna go see him and a couple of months, my buddy night, and our wives, it's going to be an awesome time. And we got some of the CTO. I upgraded him executive producer, Chris, and last time, we talked I didn't go to the top though, I went to the third best position. Okay. Listen to this. He says you want good seats for when the paramedics show off. You are going to hell tonight. Emina beach to it. You're not already in hell. It's pretty rough to work that well, maybe this. Where were we we're going to get into it might not even be till nine but we're going to get into a huge story, which would have been number one wasn't for this Pelosi Trump's fat, which is the illegal migrants are coming to DFW. They're actually coming. I've got details for you and get ready to pull your hair out and scream and get ready to start thinking about how you can protest this. Okay. But I the Pelosi and what's her name, Kellyanne Conway, we're going back and forth today, and it was like a real cat fight. And I'm a place some highlights from Wall Street Journal put together a compilation and it is awesome. And I wonder why would they going at each other? I found out, it's from the meeting yesterday where Trump walked out Kellyanne asked her like seriously. Are you going to negotiate what should position and then policy refuse to acknowledge her, like she's like, I'm not negotiate with the staff? And so she says, whoa. What about I guess forget about so much about women power? She, I mean so they went at it today publicly this is awesome. And here it is you gotta you gotta hear this. Where is it? Too many pieces of sound in front of me. What's called executive Chris, Kellyanne ago. They started out saying, respectfully.
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"emina" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"And they have a kind of Finnity for this work. And it becomes a good cycle. If you're on top of it. Then you're more likely to feel good about it. There are people who are who are consistent late one personality. But I. Think most of us are mix where for instance, I'm a an avoid or with my snail mail seems like nothing good comes snail mail anymore. So my general mode is to avoid that. And now I have systems for how I deal with it when I turned to it, but it still my default mode. There is still avoid or with things related to my kid's education. That's always been interested in in cared a lot about and I even find it a little bit fun. I'm in education. I'm an educator and so that stuff a relatively speaking. I'm a super do around, but mostly I'm reluctant to and so that's, you know, in in the quiz, you can sort of see your major number is this and that sort of your center, gravity, and that you could see okay, I've got a little bit of these other things too in part of the difference. I think between these personality types or perspectives, or I should say the part of the difference that I'm seeing here is the way that they see the work that has to be done. It's it's their perspective Slyke because for me, the obvious difference here between say a and reluctant. Doer is how they view the work like you become reluctant if you really just don't wanna do it. Or you can kind of even if you still don't want to do it. You can kind of move into super-duper mode and say this has to get done, and I'm gonna get it done. And I'm not gonna feel angry about it. In fact, think about how great I'm gonna feel once it's done and ease into it. And then maybe learned from that experience and be more super about doing it moving forward. Yeah. With the that I really have to get done. I am interested in ways to to do it and feel better about it. And so then I do think the super doers are are helpful. I talk about optimizing strategies. Not not perfect strategies, not necessarily systems in one of the people I interviewed who's a super-duper talked about how in her view a calendar is a really useful tool that people need, but that the endless search for the perfect app that people are always looking for.
"emina" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"In addition to all the stuff that went with funeral. The death itself she had to scale up, and she had been in Adleman of oyster until then in many ways and she had to teach yourself how to be a super Dur instead. Well, okay. So you just mentioned Adleman avoid her in super-duper. So let's talk about this. So those are two of the four admin personality types that you talk about in the book. So let's break let's start with super-duper. Sure. So to give picture of them. I think it's helped helpful to understand them in relation to each other. So one of the interesting things. I discovered from the interviews and brainstorming sessions. I did around Adleman was that we have different Adleman personalities and the four I uncovered are as you started with super doer, and then there's reluctant doer admin avoid her an admin denier, and the first two are basically doing it or getting done and the last two are basically not doing it or getting done and the differences really lie in in the how people feel about it. So the super-duper is getting it done in feeling pretty good about it. The reluctant doer is getting done, but really wishes they didn't have to. That's generally my center of gravity the Admiral void or is not getting Don scaling bad about it, usually feeling either guilty towards whoever's doing it instead or you know, barest or even I heard there were shame from some people about the the consequences costs of being so behind in all of this. And then the app deniers not doing it. But is actually feeling pretty okay? This is a relic. Wli privileged physician somebody who's generally been lucky enough to have someone or people do this for him or her throughout life, thus far and without really having to ever see it along the way. And so these personalities both are ways we can understand ourselves. But they also are ways, we can derive strategies. So I have a quiz at the back of the book to figure out Rodman personality, but then in the individual strategies chapter it would seem like we'd be learning everything from the super doer. But actually, I found we can learn things from each of the different personalities, and that were not necessarily any just one we're kind of a mixture of of these different personality types. There are people who are I think straight down the line super doors at work and at home, they're just people who are on top of it..