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"enda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"enda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bali in a lot to cover as you know in the world, but the giant shadow being cast by the meeting between Xi Jinping and Joe Biden today. Joining us live is Bloomberg Stephen engel in Bali. Steve a lot to talk about from climate change to trade, just a plethora of issues. But the shadow, as I say, is this meeting. Now all Biden is saying is it's to draw red lines. Can we expect anything out of it at all? Well, yes, it's mind boggling. The number of issues that have to be discussed obviously because Joe Biden has not met face to face since Joe Biden became U.S. president. They have met a number of times in the past until Biden wore the vice president. In fact, he's calculated they've met face to face a few of his total of 67 hours face to face. So they know each other, but they've only had 5 Hong Kong and video conferences between the two gentlemen since Biden took over as president of the United States. And obviously their relationship between China United States and security, all of these last couple of years. But both of these leaders also come to this meeting tonight here in Bali. A big strength in domestically. Obviously Xi Jinping has secured this first consecutive term by the leader of China. He's also made some significant moves to remove or reduce some of the two biggest dragon on the Chinese economy that is the property checker as well as COVID zero and then Joe Biden had a perceived victory if you hear it. What is that? There was no red wave in the midterm elections. We need all these dead. I'm coming into Bali stronger. So we'll have to see if that either of those traditions I see you have either manifest into deliverables coming out of their meeting tonight and 5 $30 million. Now, Janet Yellen is saying she hopes for better communication between the two. That definitely would be something. But there was no communique in ASEAN and the sticking point seemed to be Russia, Ukraine, is at the same issue here and can we expect any kind of communique coming out? Absolutely. Russia and the war in Ukraine is top of everybody's minds that I've talked to. I've been here since Thursday. It is the fact that the at the back of just about every discussion and it could be and very likely to be the bugaboo that will struggle any chance of a joint communication of 20 nations 17 liters of those 20 in the G 20 will be here Vladimir Putin will not be here, but the former minister circuit, a Lavrov will be coming from directly advising his directly from Cambodia where the Aussie meeting was held and there was no choice statement from the Aussie and gathering in Cambodia, essentially Sergei Lavrov, blaming the United States for insisting on absolutely unacceptable. Those are his words, language regarding Ukraine. So again, that's going to probably prevent consensus for a communique on Russia and as I spoke with the Indonesian finance minister three ball yami interior yesterday, she told me there are other areas between 2010 agreement on, including pandemic measures, the food crisis, climate change and the life. But the war in Ukraine is the sticking point on any kind of choice to be able to invest department. All right, Steve, thank you. Good work. And we'll be in touch with you because, as you say, a lot to do. That is Stephen engel and Bali with coverage on Bloomberg radio and television. All right, Juliet. Thank you so much. Ed, let's now get to enda Cara and Bloomberg's chief Asia economics correspondent who's with us from our Hong Kong studio to preview Bloomberg's new economy forum, which is kicking off in Singapore this weekend, said you're not here with us. It's a very busy Singapore office this morning. A lover, I can't really say love. But the first line of your column has been a miserable year for the global economy, things can always get worse. We don't want to hear that, but of course tell us it could go from bad to worse here. It could as bad as it has been for the world economy. It's usually at things could get decidedly worse next year and there are three pillars to keep an eye on. If the fed interest rates continue to go up and hurt a global or hurt the U.S. economy, the way that they are, if the European energy crisis deepens and if the China COVID zero unreal estates them carries on, the three of those together getting worse in sync could possibly wipe another 5 trillion after global economy. And this is all based on work done by our colleagues at Bloomberg economics. So the point of it is that as bad as things have been next year, we could see scenario whereby the impact of the strong dollar and rising interest rate starts to cause credits dressed around the world. We've already seen some pockets in unlikely places such as the UK, for example, you have places like Italy, which are obvious targets, but I think the UK was on my opener. Some emerging economies that have been relatively strong throughout the past few years are coming under the weight of debt repayments next year. So that's the debt story. You didn't have course have to hold geopolitical tension story for many decades, political stability was one of the key components of juicing trade and investor flows around the world, while of course to be bid meetings they would underscore just so far those relations are falling. And then, of course, there are other issues like the risks of extreme, weather events, for example, the risks of the pandemic hasn't actually gone away yet, there could be another flare up there. And you look at what's happening house prices. So it's a smorgasbord of risk, but nonetheless, we are highlighting two readers attention not as bad as things are. It could be more secure. You don't want to hear that. But on the positive side, I mean at one point we are going to have to see a full pivot away from COVID zero from China and you're starting to see some hope and optimism in the markets of that. I mean, what kind of turnaround in terms of adding to growth can that give to the global economy? Yeah, you're quite right, Julia. So what we did was with Bloomberg economics, my colleague Tom or highlighted were the obvious risks that are but there are benign scenario for next year too, and that goes three ways. Start with the U.S., by the way, if the fed does manage to pull off disable the soft landing and inflation start school et cetera, that's an obvious positive for the U.S. and global economy. If Europe manages to navigate the winter would maybe mild or whether or not it seems to have been the pattern so far this year, obviously that will take pressure off the European energy crisis and then of course on China. Well, what will they pivot on both COVID zero and unreal estate? In recent days, we've had several news reports on both fronts with our colleagues in Beijing, writing that the changes to quarantine and rules upon arrival and the changes to the testing, et cetera indicate niacin, some tweaking of the COVID zero approach. So that would give hope of a more material shift maybe next year, at least. And of course, on real estate side of things, there are signs of government support coming and that might suggest that perhaps there could be a floor put under the Chinese real estate side of things which would of course put a floor in China's economy. So there is a benign scenario whereby if China and the U.S. and Europe navigated in months ahead it could be better for the world. We should just tell our list as

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"enda" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on NASCAR America

"America motormouth and nascar xfinity series released. Their schedule. They pretty much mirrors than ask our cup series scheduled for twenty twenty two with portland thrown in there. Which is kind of an interesting wrinkle. The indy cars go there. I would assume they would not use the first little dogleg. They will go all the way straight to turn him. I would assume that would be the case after the first lap iraq. Yes that would be a good point. Nate how do the portland race really come about. Nascar has been trying really hard to get back to the northwest as best. They could mardi enda ben candy nascar executive who's been doing a lot of the scheduling for all three series. Talked about this link. Today that nascar has been looking at pacific northwest. They looked at some spots in seattle and portland. And i think to your point. We're going to have green savary promotions who promote the indycar races. Well and they also did the mid ohio race indycar and nascar. So i think just made a lot of sense from the perspective of when you look at nascar going to these new road course venues or maybe a street course. Eventually it's natural that they would look at places like road. America like mid ohio and now like portland. We're the indycar series is already gone. Established foundation doesn't add a new road course jeff but it does replacement ohio on the schedule and essence trucks going there so your thoughts on going to the north west on the. I think it's great for for the expanding series. As long as i've been in the sport i've been hearing about going to the northwest. We keep hearing about it here. Trucks ran north west for a while. But you know. I think it's great. We need to be. I've said for years when we don't need to run as many races possible. We need to be in as many places as possible. The more we can take this racing circuit and on the road and show more people the better off. We're going to be because once you the race and you experience it you get hooked and so i think it's a great move so i guess the immediate question is does cup follow and to your point. Natives there are three course race in the offing. Someday let's hope so. I certainly want there to be. Yeah i i hope. Cup gets to like jefferson pacific northwest they. We're talking about a racetrack in the seattle area. Twenty years ago sure there's definitely cancelled mile and a half. This makes more sense. Of course it exists already. It's already there you have a group. That's already promoted the event they know what to do it. I think it'll be terrific. Let's grab a phone call from keith. What's going on keith. Hey how's it going guys keep from detroit just wanted to get your feeling on Indycar just announced today that they are moving their race for twenty twenty three into downtown detroit And they're they are prepping. The roads they have of course laid out through the buildings down across the river. How you guys feel about nascar coming to the motorcity innate. I talked about inker about this this weekend. Who kind of runs. Things for roger penske on that side. I know this is an objective. One of the reasons they went down to one race at detroit for indycar versus the traditional doubleheader. What do you know about going on the streets of detroit. Obviously next year has been announced they will say at bellagio at this point. And it certainly sounds like twenty twenty three. They want to be in the streets of detroit. Bill has been a great facility for them and you do get the skyline backdrop. But obviously if you're running in downtown detroit you are right literally there in the backyard of gm their headquarters being right there in the city's so yeah i think good move could be freely car in jeff. Maybe in the future nascar street race. Cows wanted me and everybody loves michigan national speedway. But you know what now that on. Jeff jeff like jerry. I will say this the nashville the indycar race national. It was awesome the atmosphere. The vans incredible you could walk from hotels to the track. It was terrific and nashville is known for what bars you got the good time. Exactly i think nass carl has called in. This might be the first time nascar over the last caller show. I don't know. Yeah so nascar. Today i you. Sometimes you got to save the best for last month. That's right You know we've been talking about a lot of the variables at talladega. But how about this. Fella's could we see the double lime who'll be effectiveness. Hey late in the race. Aw everybody's trying to get a spot something like this and it may be one of the playoff taveres but the double line rule jeff double line role is a factor in every race daytona talladega. I mean it is from the time they dropped the green flag. And it's very difficult thing to police. I know some fans don't like you there's been calls to get rid of it. There's a reason it's there and if you took the rule away you'd find out real quick wildlife. Yeah it's a factor in every race and the drivers eat understand the rules and and it's hard to buy it sometimes but if you don't they're going to bust you period in the story i think it factored into the race at talladega. A year ago with benedetto an stenhouse lieber buscher on the last lap non-playoff drivers but it certainly could affect platforms. It seems like it's every other race. Let's clean up a couple of things. Real quick. pinski announced their kuchis for twenty twenty two moving forward nate. You have the details on that force real quick. I do paul woeful. Remain the crew chief before the number twenty two of joey logano and number twelve or i'm sorry number two germany bulletins with austin syndrich moving over and then jonathan hasler. I leave correct moves over to become lying blaney screechy from the number twelve replacing todd and then harrison burton with brian wilson. Who moves up. Who's one annex any series champion. Yes they got their whole lineup. Smashed up and essentially the. What's what's what's very unique about. Crew chiefs today is compared to ten years ago as they do more than just set the car right. They may not even set the car. There's all engineering staff. And it's believe pesky is doing is they're trying to get the right driver crew chief lineup rights of the communication. Is there a lot of effort being put into that and it's interesting to see how teams make these decisions crew. Chief job is crazy. What a trixie has asked to do. Today is unbelievable. It's a really really tough job. Do the crucial the general manager job but Yeah buddy parents would call everybody. Would you know what even if it didn't work you'd be lots on. You always said that's the most fun you ever on race team. I like the pairing of Of austin syndergaard. Jeremy boland's you bring in a young driver. You have that veteran leadership combination of what they could possibly do. No doubt about it. I think that's wise of team. Penske two kind of pair that kind of group together. Yeah yeah it. Listen also senator will be fun to watch a few races run and cuff this year. He's gone right at it you know. He hasn't gone in there like a rookie scared. He's gone right at it. He's gonna be funding. I love brian. Wilson get another chance with harrison terrific. I think that's awesome for everybody. And keeping joey and paul together. Good idea as well. We'll see over the weekend at talladega. That's it for motormouth today..

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"enda" Discussed on AmplifYou

AmplifYou

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on AmplifYou

"Like i put a lot of effort and time and dedication into my work does the same with how support my clients so do not remember conversations to forget things like that was huge for me and enda indecisiveness started to come in and when you lead an organization or if you're an entrepreneur you know building a business to be indecisive. It's not a good place to be. You gotta be able to make decisions you gotta be a right mindset to make the decisions and you got to own the decision and when you don't have either of those free you'll really treading on you know like fin ice and it's easy to stop to make costly mistakes that take you way longer to fix and so after getting to that place losing pretty much like losing my passion. I guess donald who've resent my role and my job and blame a lot of people again. Something else that comes with that. And i just was like how is it that i like at this place right like what i thought was my dream career that i always wanted to do. I believe that i was going to be a hotel. Jam for the rest of my life may be welcoming places around the globe. Rate built boutique tousled. Or maybe ultimately you know expand the hotels that this company had and create a whole fleet of beautiful boutique hotels. I mean why not right. That's what i thought. And then i was pretty much there with opportunities everywhere and i didn't wanna i wasn't happy i was like you know like i was just kind of like robotically going for life like you. Wake up you like you know. Get yourself ready. you're like okay. Boom like just put my like plays on like put. The mosque gone off. I go through the day rushing all the time home dinner. Pass out and it's just not gonna live. Yeah this much of a life nor is very much fun. now uses being at the beginning where you took hotel that was doing okay to like dennis super successful. So what part of the your leadership skills you think that really attributed to that part of the growth in it could obviously led the team to a very successful Several years in there. So i love to hear a little bit more about what you think that really makes it for religious or listening to that are becoming new leaders in leading something You know that maybe don't have leadership skills or having led anything before order a couple of key things.

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"enda" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Drinking academic integrity drinking milk. You're you're a young guy. You're a boca yacht guy now in oxford i. I am We drink gatorade selling a sponsor such wayne. How does ole miss get creative with. Nal's to start taking people from alabama. Well you do have a lot of people here in state that you know level mitzvah bar barn wanna help out and want to support players so As we go through this and learn more about it said those things up on. I think it's it's a good advantage to us I'm not saying we're alabama but or a lot better situation than most places lane. How does this work. The some big booster. Just come up to you and say lane. I got a whole bunch of money burning money in my pocket. How do i give it to your program. Well how do. I do this all legally now that it's not. We're not faking it anymore. How what what are these conversations. Look and sound like i want to help your program by paying some of your players I send them to compliance. Go over there and talk to him so That's about the only answer. I have on that for you. Do you like it when when nick sabin is saying. My quarterback who hasn't played yet is about to get a million dollars in endorsements. Is this a change. That lane kiffin likes yet. That wasn't on purpose at all. It wasn't said knowing that that was going to go national. And just throw it out. You know close to dollars you know that didn't just like really upset Rest of the sec. That would have no impact in recruiting. All how did you receive the news of texas and oklahoma coming over to your conference in a blatant money. graham. I read on the ticker So I think it's good. You know the sec's most powerful by far now. Lead me more. So no you're recruit. How do you not go to the sec. And especially as you talk bout name. Orange likeness contracts. How much they're gonna make all the money around with tv contracts and attention on on the conference or kinda like you're going to have division one division to everybody else. What is the thing about texas and oklahoma coming over to your conference. That people aren't talking about enough or are missing that you find interesting. I think it'll be strange. I have some tradition in me. What with sports in college football I just think that's a strange scene. You xs are oklahoma. Going enda tuscaloosa. You know or athens just and had been no conference game that would be every year or divisional game every year. that's just strange to me but sure it used to like am go. What something having left the nfl and come back to college football that you look as a man. I'm glad i don't have to deal with that anymore. I just on a positive. I like college. Because i. I like how kids play and care and i'm not saying players don't care enough fell but the best example that to me makes sense is in college. You choose where you're going like. And most of the time. I grew up wanting to go there are i want to be this player. That played there like a passion to go from the state in until they choose you. So i'm of course you want to win and all that stuff but it's just a different energy and passion towards the game and tell now you're getting paid so you know the there was a different sarah to you know a job versus you know a choice. Have you had any funny eccentric. Strange interactions with mike leach. Since both of your now wandering around the conference and he is one of the most unusual characters anywhere in the history of leadership is is very unusual. Yes in just did a state or county fair which had state county a county fair in mississippi together. So i don't think we ever thought that they would seem that. Were up in chairs and a no barn thing that i might hannah. Montana's gonna come out or something but Every every encounter is unique. Yes would you be kind enough please. To just set the scene for us the county fair with lane kiffin and mike leach. Any all details. You could give us please. Well not as fun as you would like because we were actually. I was recruiting so actually just flew in landed. Did it got back on the plane and bacteria or so Not not as exciting as you would think would have stayed there overnight and But knowing leach. I guess it's like an eight bay sarah that they stay at. So i'm knowingly. Cheap probably stayed a lot longer than me. When competition with coach li over a recruit. Would you rather go before coach leach. Or after 'cause i gotta think there is aid just an inherent advantage be going at was weird and then go into your show yeah. I think we'd rather go after on that. Let him kind of goes leads style on them. And then we'll we'll come in and actually let them talk so it'd be different coach of wondering you said the county fair. Are there any dunk tanks at the county fair. in have you ever sat in a dunk tank. I don't think i've sat one. We did have one at our spring game on through the losing coaches and players I don't know if there was one of the county fair wasn't there long enough The ought to walk around and see. But i'm sure there was more generally for lane kiffin. The highlights of a county fair are what more generally because you've established. Hey i was in and out there. Very busy recruiting. I don't have time to throw tomatoes at a maiden or go to the axe chop so give us whatever the axe throw. Whatever the details of the county fair.

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"enda" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Off. Never talked about the frequencies again mayo. And the arthur kendall disappeared from the face of the earth and was located of living on the three hundred acre formed into mexico and never to be hurt again about the right frequency. So you know big former the medical cartel they had a squash. The healing in fact would really ticks me to know when there's a book. Dr one called politics in healing by daniel. Haley that presents. Twelve major breakthroughs natural breakthroughs in cancer. Therapy that we're all squashed by the medical cartel round well as you're seeing these gentlemen during this past year and a half the the Politicisation of medicine at politics as as trump actual medical care. How were money ruled. Were cheap ivermectin or hydroxy. Clerk winner at Vitamin c the natural products. Were were Ivermectin enda drives a cork. We are not natural products there in inexpensive. And they were they were. They were just Shelved to the apollo political bureaucratic foul. She could push remdesivir three thousand four thousand dollar drugs that did nothing the just a recent example but this has been going on. I mean natural healing is under fire all over home Homeopathy is under fire. They wanna outlawed by. They went out because they say they can't find anything in the vials. But they're not looking. For what dr jerry's frequencies raise absolutely will you know you can tell that they're running scared because you know they change the semantics of things so instead of saying chemotherapy. Now immune therapy. It's the same poison in a but they changed the vocabulary and the reason why they had to attack the hydroxy corp win and the ivermectin because they could not get emergency excuse to produce vaccines if you had natural cures available. So that's why they trashed him all right if you have you we we actually have today treatments for this virus. If we have treatments that are so effective. Like ivermectin has been named now the the new penicillin with some studies. Show ninety one percent effectiveness in curing that virus So why would you need a vaccine. That went from the computer to your arm and is not even a vaccine. I should wash my mouth out with soap for calling it a calling it..

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"enda" Discussed on Anime Podcasters

Anime Podcasters

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Anime Podcasters

"Podcast. I'm your host. How ginger and with me. I have the one who really didn't want do this upset. But i eventually warmed down because it's a hotshot show. Of course it is giant music. Has it gone buddy. I will battle for this. Angel of a podcast. I'm doing very well. Thank you so much for having me on our show. Appreciate that kind of anytime. I welcome you back with open arms but just welcome back. Yeah sure mutual feeling whatever the polite thing to say is say here. Very happy to have you on hotshot. Today we're going to be discussing alita battle angel the anime and live action. So we're going to be taking a crack at both going over everything Before we do that we have one housekeeping note. I want to go over just so everyone knows. If you are subscribed to us on whatever podcast platform you can also subscribe to the podcast via our discord server. Basically we have a channel in there called podcast feed. And you will get a all the podcasts for get back your hotshot the cowboy bebop action podcast the chip machine drone podcasts and podcasts so it's basically texts channel that whenever we droppin episode will bring it up in there so. That's a quick thing. If you want a that'll be in the description to join the discourse ever and today we also have a special guest. Last time he was on was very recently. He discussed kids on the slope to slop. Hotshot with me and that is mortgage. How's it going buddy. Hey man hey guys it's it's going good happy to be back happy to have you on how you been. I've been goodman keeping busy working on some fun stuff. And that's that's it honestly like Not too much different from last time hasn't been too long almost back to back for any much. Yeah so i get to talk to you so this time you have to deal with my crap. Oh yeah fair enough fair enough then i. I want to start opening this with typical question that i ask every time when we do an open discussion. How did you guys find out about alito battle angel because for me it was through youtube suggesting it to me when we were trying to find a topic to do with the morgan. So how did you guys come across anime. And what are your initial thoughts on it and you wanna take one first Yup sure totally basically I'm a huge huge. And we'll we'll hear this a couple of times probably here but i'm a massive ghost in the shell fan especially the manga and stuff in central read a. I read a lot of a lot of manga. And basically i was kind of i had i was looking for you. Know finished ghost the shell and went eventually as it always happens when you consume something like ten twenty times you think. Maybe i should start reading something else. You know so I was recommended From other people you know. Gun and elite battling alita. You know the the manga. And and so i started reading it and i think the manga is absolutely great. So that sir. That's the thing. I want to get right off the bat before we talk about the lovie and the movie. But that's basically in. I was a huge ghost in the shell. Fan and anything science fiction really and And manga so so there you go like people had recommended me This manga as kind of a continue a continued You know from from my other stuff and And they were right. I enjoyed it a lot. So that's pretty much how i got there. Gotcha what about you. Hotshot first thing. I want to say right off the bat We'll probably jump a little bit into the manga. Like because me. And morgan have read so much of it so jane that might just be me and him thing to say no but i do wanna get into that but i'm interested in find out okay but the way i found out about a leader i actually didn't find out about it until the movie was coming out because as you guys know i work in a movie theater so when i saw the trailer for it i was floored because it looks awesome But then i asked my. I asked my boss about it because he said you know. That's actually the anime adaptation. So i'm like wait. What hold up. What so after. I saw once twice thrice four or five times in the I actually started looking online for the for the manga and started watching it that way. But base crafter. My boss still may was. Non may an anime adaptation. I eventually look for the manga. Found it read. It loved it and then eventually tried finding looking everywhere for the overlay and it took me forever to find it. Until i looked in the first place i should have looked youtube and the the first the first version of it i saw was starting to lag like the voices would be normal but then the video would like speed up so it like keep on track but then just recently actually found one. That actually worked so really like when we discussed watching this. That's the first time. I actually saw the obey in its entirety. Very interesting i. I wanna get into the mongol but here and let's hit. This went off the bat. Because i feel like it's the founding point of this series were at like. I think like the the manga came before everything else right. Yeah okay so. I'm seeing here are my analyst nine volumes. It's described as of fifty. Three chapters ran from one thousand nine hundred and nine hundred ninety five my birth year. Let's go sci fi action. What are the biggest comparisons that you guys can make with the ova. Because it's definitely like what i could pull the most from when it comes in this Like series with the va honestly And manga connection. I mean i. I completely forgot that elitists initial name was galley before for learning not really was a leader because in in the movie it jumps right to a leader. That's what he names her Wakes up but the manga is. It's really close to the va. But it's still like different enough to wear. It's not like the exact same thing you know what i mean. Yeah right so like yours. her name her name being galley her eventually finding out about one hundred warrior. You go plays a much much much bigger role in the manga. I feel like in the ovarian the live action. He plays us like about the same kind of role. Yeah i felt there was more of a presence in the. Va incubus into the live action personally with hugo but obviously the manga. I have no idea. Because i'm the only one who hasn't seen it. But what are your general thoughts on the manga. Morgan will the manga. I think is absolutely excellent. Just because you know if i'm gonna go aesthetically. I think it's the best out of the out of the three. Just because i absolutely love the art style of the manga really like i. I love it like the the ereli. It is gorgeous like Honestly enda. I can't say that honestly enough because i it's it's something i love science fiction but something that i'm always a bit vicky for is robot bodies armor or stuff like that like jim for me. There really needs to be a a strong attention to like Texture and just sort of How they're built and and for me. I actually think that The manga is the only one that i can say like of. Those things are pretty much. Perfect the oviedo keeps a lot of it intact. But i do think that like overall just the art style of the manga has just absolutely incredible..

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"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"That <hes> you were talking about at the very beginning with you where you're suited booted you ready to go but nobody really asked how fun. You are are struggling. And it's lonely at the top when people say it's lonely at the top that's one they don't really have that opportunity because of the image that they think they have to to to give out. Yeah i think. I think especially so for main. You know. i remember when i spoke about my own mental health difficulties. Initially i had colleagues and friends come to me on my god. We're sorry we really feel so bad. We we didn't help you. We should've supported you. And i said you couldn't because not in a million years. What i you know. I was not prepared to show any weakness. I was deluded in that. I thought the masculine thing was shut up. Put up get through and there are times in life when you do have to show up pseudo turn open get through but not if it affects your happiness and not if it's going to cost your life then it's ridiculous concept then it's time to put down that Put that mask down and really explain to people who you're feeling you know and the wonderful thing about a to jim is that it's it's very empowering that i'm far more self aware of my weaknesses. I'm far more software of my talents. <hes> far more driven. I'm very grateful. We talk about life. Gratitude and people getting gratitude. Journals are very grateful to do what i do for living. I'm very grateful to escape the dark place in finding what's listening to this and you're going through a dark place financially emotionally physically spiritual whatever your struggle with is you know. I always say to people remembered the no matter how dark the clouds are no matter. How miserable it is. You know like we talked about earlier at one foot in front of another. And i say to people there's beautiful sunshine the other side of that storm. You just have to hold on. Just hold on. that's that simple. That's a one day so enda of dorothy is. Your guy will tell you that right now he is your guy for this is just taste So how i heard about it. And was the business organization in new york. You spoke at one of those events. And i promise you. The speech was amazing. This is what you're people need to hear this four the new economy and learning about How to be a learner. How to challenge yourself how to put yourself together and take control of the things and embracing your weakness and all these things. Corporate talks about in terms of buzzwords like vulnerability and resiliency and all of that that's precisely what ended and a thank you so much for joining us today. On the bellwether hub. Podcasters stories are amazing. Thank you so much for having me on a really. Appreciate the kind words and you know. I just looked at my clock and realized we've been talking for a long time which is a great sign of a conversation in podcast. And it's it's not a mini. It's not a mighty mini podcast this but it is a mighty podcast. I was saved for the mighty podcast in new york. When you come out and speak at one of these events we're going to get your events But endo dirty check him out and owed already dot. It moore's on the website bellwether hub dot com. I'll give you links to. His book will give you links to his website. I'll give you links to all of those things and as always thank you for joining us. And i look forward to seeing everyone out there. Thank you so much for listening. Now do something for yourself. Bellwether is much more than just a podcast. Join us at bellwether hub dot com where you can read articles upcoming events and connect with other interesting people. I look forward to seeing you out there soon.

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"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"Yeah it just gives you the supercharge. I wanted to say to when we were talking kilimanjaro. because i'm aware like majo- majority of your listeners will be stateside but We we were coming down off kilimanjaro. Have to tell you this story. We're coming down off the mountain. My wife says how tired i said. Oh my god. I'm beyond tired. I'm covered in dirt and dust and sweat and you bleed through the nose and the years because there's so much chess and gravel coming off. The mount of my wife said how tired i retired. She said as tired as when you did the nightmare. Since i said yeah i said i'm seeing things and she said what can you see i saw can see indiana. Jones wife started laughing and she said all your bots. So i'm okay so we walking and we got down almost down to the car. Park at the end of the mountain back to civilization is a couple had been in front of us. The whole way down the mountain may got to them and i say good morning. This guy attorney said good morning. You ready for this team. It was harrison ford on his wife. Walking on front of us did see attitude. Dc jones and we've got that story hugo year irish guys made. It'll have the photo have the photo to prove it. I was so happy because my wife thinks he's beautiful but in real life. He's not quite as gorgeous. You see the problem is when we watch indie one two or three or temple of doom. If we forget it's thirty years ago or forty years ago and he's not quite as handsome as she thought he was so a very nice guy. Yeah but like. Isn't that amazing..

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"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"I'm looking at our screens here. And i'm thinking beauty and the beast. And and when i am owed so you'll see a lots of o's in irish names o'connor oh is descended from the son of that's what the host for and i'm not sure i should tell you this jim because i really want to work more with On on stateside but daugherty means the heartful or dangerous. Finally if i said to you in gaelic jenny. The her ditch isn't going to hurt your army..

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"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"Reality you know that i was dying inside and but it's not a book about suicide or depression It's about money the things that we talked about today. My one of my printers friends said to me. He said you know you should've called it may've because that's my wife because she's peppered through the book you know on somebody i pull someone up. Correct them today. Somebody recognized me and asked me to sign something today and my wife was like rolling. Arise up here we go again and this person said you know behind every great man. There's a great woman. And i stopped him on the spot and i said you you can live my life and he said what you mean. I said in my life the great women out in front you just. That's there so far in front. You can't see them. They're giving me guidance to give me support giving me orders but and nine the in any shape or form. So i suppose the book looks at you. Know a wide variety of topics that would be of interest to people you know in performance management and in life improvement. That's i'm fine. i suppose. The book got such a huge feedback of positive feedback that A lot of people said to me you know you have some great ideas. We'd love to hear more of them. So a launch this podcast. It's called the mice heat mini podcasts. As the cliche goes available everywhere. You get your podcasts and mighty many podcasts. i suppose it's called mighty mini because some of the episodes are many. So i realized jim. You don't want someone who listen to podcast. You might go for a walk. This podcast you come back and you say to your wife. Hey i heard these four brilliant things from this podcast you tell her. In less than five minutes. I decided to cut the middle. Just go for the five minutes. Slow it's bang on point no awful no spoof hour and a half interview trying to get you know d- colonel of the of the argument of the points so the mini ones are super short. So let me give you an example so the latest one is Four drugs everyone should become addicted to. And i'm not explaining it because you're going to have to go into good so two weeks ago. I spent bizarre as it sounds. I spent an entire week. And i read every book article. I can get my hands belonging to the dalai lama. And then on saturday i sat down and wrote a piece called lama less. And it's what we can learn about llama lessons. I did an episode strangely. The dakota indians and You know a little lakota. And you know they're probably best known for the battle of little big horn and custer's last stand but the wisdom of the code in terms of how we should treat each other how we should treat our environment. It's just absolutely beautiful so crisp and clear and so relevant today. So you know. You've got dilemma lessons. lakota indians drugs. The longer ones are people that have interested me in life..

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"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"I knew to stick with because i've i've you know the last few weeks i've been in the middle east of in africa. Been in new york london dublin. And you know my car has moved so it's nice right. Wake up in your own bed which is pretty nice So that's great. So macro micro managing fear. What i like. What you said about that is. It's not necessarily fear failure but also fear shaming humiliation right. That's sometimes what we try to shy away from. All of those things that you talked about is a focus on you because we bring our own humiliation and feelings of humiliation feelings of shame and feelings of failure and all that so it's ultimately would you. Can you can control. I had a. I had a strange experience I was mentoring this company you know. They're senior management team about fear and we were going through this program that i've written closed the laptop and i've got my my my ideas booker beside me. Everyone has one. And i wrote down at the end of the call my reflections on what that person had said and what i had said. Close the laptop. And i sat here. Germany wait you know what you're a fraud 'cause you're telling these people don't live their life in fear and it's creeping back into your life so i made a list of two things that i would do if i wasn't afraid and i wrote down an idea and i sent an email based on this idea and then i went to have lunch my family so i have My when i say children i have a twenty five year old a twenty three year old and a cynical sixteen year old and they all sat at the dinner table and of course the normal thing is thank you mom for the food and then they proceed to abuse their father and make fun of me and then arbor good things that happened in foul yes. Let's I told them did and laughed..

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"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"Want an beautiful delicious meal press. Go on the microwave with delicious nutritious meal and we both know they're lying right Yeah everything's marketing right right. Everything's marketing so for me. You know when when when. I'm talking to business teams. It's about the same core elements getting people to realize persistent consistent effort getting people to realize it implies action Getting people to realize implies honesty about your weaknesses so that you can make a change. I mean you start to get those wheels. Turning all of a sudden organizations or businesses individuals you know they can really start to change their lives. Start to change their income. You know so. And that's a great perspective. And i wonder sometimes over we to goal oriented and what i like about what you're saying. Is you know. I read this great article. Why does it have to run a marathon. Why can't you just run a five k and so do we just try. You know we tell people you should aim high. But then also maybe. You shouldn't aim to hire. Are you aiming you know. Maybe we have to understand our goals slightly differently. How can we change that perspective. And do you have any opinions on you know. Sometimes you start small. Yeah and where you are and where you need to go. I think in the industry. I work in the determination. Like you know you know the the friend of mine. He swam the length of ireland in iran the entire coast of ireland. And he. you know like. I'm like what's he going to do next. Walk to the moon. You know what he's gonna do is do it again with a washing machine on his back. Hope not i hope not. That's that's my. That's my niece geno as a really great question and i get asked that it you know particularly conference you know the meet and greet afterwards. What you've asked me is probably one of the best questions that are the most free questions that like. Aston strange that like i tell people everyone needs to goals. You need two goals. That are non-negotiable goal. Number one is to be happy if you get heart disease diabetes few if something happens to.

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"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"Is that a test or is that but my reply was wonderful. I'll see you after breakfast. Because i'm up at that time i'm up. I'm hitting the gym. I'm hitting the books on spending time with family. I'm learning. I'm trying to squeeze the absolute last drop out of every day. Jim because they're they're they're precious. You know i. I don't think people know that. I feel like you know when i went back and quit drinking. I had an appreciation for making more. You know the first thing. I signed up for when i quit. Drinking was the ironman. Yeah and i feel like you have more of an appreciation of the time you wasted kind of like your twenty eight thousand days much time. Did i waste Facing a bottle. How much time did i waste. I talk about all the greatest ideas in the world but nothing got done yet. Because i woke up the next morning. And you're hung over and you're just gotta do whatever and i worry about a letter. Yeah how do you convince someone so when your work as a motivational speaker. How do you convince someone that you can talk about. Twenty eight thousand days. You could tell everyone that you know you have to get up early and you have to you know make the most of your life do whatever it is. You want to do and get people to go. How do you get them to believe it. Rather than just telling your story. Because i feel we have to feel it and you felt it with with with quitting drinking and going through your experiences and everything else money get someone to feel. I think it's really getting people. Something you said at the star really resonated with me. It's it's it's not overly complex. You know what i do. Is i do persistent actions consistently. So i picked something but i will go out that something forever. I will do it a million times until i get it perfect. You know really really you know going properly for me..

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"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"My car was immaculate. I the beautiful wifi to huge house and read powerful car everything in my life seen perfection and you know. I'm very keen to point out to people that when you're working within industry that to remember that you know it's quite often the guy who seems to have. Everything can be struggling most so my mental health master with washing machine was if you have a problem. Don't carry something stupid ridiculous around. And i think we both agree jim. It is the most stupid thing you could put on your back and carry around. I would not recommend. I mean there are. There are plenty of things that i can think of. Rather i'd rather carry to. The top of mount kilimanjaro then washington. Yeah well i know you have an advertising to advertising and media background as well and you know you need that spark. You need that hook. And i i'm gonna tell you every. Tv station every radio station. Every newspaper outlet in the world from bloody tokyo all the way to washington wanted to know about the irish guy that did nine marathons would a washing machine and then life became completely crazy when they heard about the irishmen. That was climbing kilimanjaro With a washing machine on his back and it worked it worked. You know it was a huge hook. It got us that attention got us. The money and got us Speaking about mental health in ireland and internationally. And i think the thing about you know. I see a lotta motivational inspirational speakers. You can't you know a parent who smokes jim. Go home to your kids and you light up a cigarette and you say if i ever catch you smoking this house. I'm going to kill you right that that holds no integrity value. Because you're not walking the walk but to do things that people perceive to be impossible..

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"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

Bellwether Hub Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Bellwether Hub Podcast

"I'm jim frawley and this is bellwether. All right welcome everybody for joining bellwether hub. We have an interview this week with doing a lot of interviews recently. I know these are going to be helpful for you. And these really impactful people. A lot of people when we do podcasts. It just try to fill in people's just so that they can put out content. But i'm very Selective in who. I wanna put in front of my audience because i know these people really relevant to my audience and what people are looking to do and when i'm really excited about today And my wife kind of yelled at me for doing. This is Enda authority our guest. Today is my kind of person because the right kind of crazy like i am. I think he's a little bit beyond me For those of you. Who know me. I'll do of those weird challenges and everything else but but ended takes it to an end. And i'm really excited that you if you also know me you know that. I'm big on practicality and many people use words and there's no real follow through. And what i like about endo what we're going to talk about today. We're gonna talk a little bit about resiliency. We're gonna talk a little bit about mental health and talk about all these buzzwords that are being used all over the corporate spectrum. But what does that actually mean. And how do you make it real. That's what that's what. I really wanna get on ended today. So i'm welcoming to darty live from ireland and thank you so much for joining and and being with us on bella. Jim thank you so much for having me on a thank you. Thank you for those kind words. I can feel the pressure squeezing my shoulders down into the seat..

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"enda" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

"How many instant pots do exactly. And actually so enda is another interesting thing so amazon. Has these pretty stringent requirements around. You know what you can smell. It has to be a certain star. Rating has to be three point. Five to four at least at least twenty to thirty percent off the lowest price. You're today things like that. But i have had some clients mention that the first time they're able to submit deals not within that threshold possibly so that they can attract some fresher newer deals. But those are definitely one offs. They have these tenants in place and those are the kind of standard. But i think they may have gone to some brands in lower that threshold just to get them on. So we'll see we'll see on prime day there some unique and differentiated ones that we haven't seen before. Yeah we'll see next week. Who'll well i'm gonna take a quick break for about our sponsor and then i'll be back to talk to melissa. More broadly about.

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What We Know About the Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Cyberattack

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:57 min | 1 year ago

What We Know About the Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Cyberattack

"Over the weekend. We learned of a ransomware attack on colonial pipeline. The operator of the mean fuel pipeline on the east coast of the us yesterday the federal bureau of investigations. That at suspects a group called dark side believed to be operating in eastern europe was behind the attack for the latest on all this as well as the impact. I'm joined now by our cybersecurity reporter. David bertie. hey dave thanks for joining him enda. Okay so bring us up to speed on this attack. What do we know about how unfolded so colonial pipeline issued. A statement friday saying that they proactively took down some of their systems in response to a ransomware attack. They did this. Presumably in the hope that it wouldn't spread to other parts of their computer networks but the details of why exactly they did that. What data might have been affected whether these attackers potentially jumped to different companies. That are either tied in as suppliers or customers to the pipeline. All of that is still unclear and unfolding colonial issued. A new statement early. Monday saying that they're taking a sort of step by step approach in the hope of bringing some of their pipeline online later in the week. But i think a lot of details about what exactly happened including you know the specifics of what motivated the attackers behind. It are still going to come out in the coming days and weeks and months and so the fbi is pointing the finger at this group. Dark side which is as we said believed to be operating out of eastern europe. What else do we know about this group in many cases some of these sophisticated hacking gangs operate out of countries. Where they're basically not prosecuted for hacking into us based companies. That's often times and places like north korea. iran or post soviet states. So dark side is believed to be this ransomware group which targets in often cases companies in the hope of extracting some sort of financial payout right and they said as much in a statement posted to their website on monday. Dark side said that it only goal was to make money and that it wasn't tied to a quote defined

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"enda" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"enda" Discussed on Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

"It was kind of in that burnout. Feel one was being honest about it and recognizing it because so quickly. I'll be like i got a kid. I got a dog. i got food to cook like. I'll just keep trekking through and figure it out. If i keep doing that i won't worry about it So owning it was the first thing i think is need to do is acknowledging that it's there and second is to keep moving so I just ramped up on like getting outside. Getting fresh air We typical key kovin boston bike. So i can go downstairs. Get on the bike and ride it out a little bit so that helped a lot And reading because i hadn't been reading a so much last year her. I kind of try to make it a priority but obviously fell off as did a lot of things so just trying to like read get less off get more offline sorry enda into the real world things like the book where i can. Just focus it on one thing as opposed to flipping through a bunch of things Battle they'll tax me. Yeah you just curious do you read fiction nonfiction or both Usually nonfiction actually. I'd like to read a lot of like self help type bucks I read business. Bugs parenting books kind of all over but definitely not infection lately. Yeah admit how do you cope..

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Los Angeles Lakers win NBA Finals; LeBron James secures his fourth championship

Morning Edition

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Los Angeles Lakers win NBA Finals; LeBron James secures his fourth championship

"The ENDA has a new champion. That's it. It's over. This historic 2020 MBA championship belongs to the Los Angeles Lakers. LeBron James led the Lakers to their 17th title there first in 10 years and the first, of course, since Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash earlier this year, they beat the Miami Heat in six games. And remember, it did not seem like it would even get this far. The MBA stopped play back in early March, when a player for the Utah Jazz got Corona virus back then, playing the season seemed like a fantasy. So Lee Commissioner Adam Silver decided to bring the season to Disney world. So what we've come up with now is playing at a single sight. At Disney Wat world of Sports complex. The league's started up again in a bubble. All players, coaches and staff had to quarantine before entering. Everyone got tested regularly stuck inside the bubble. The isolation started getting two players even LeBron. I've had a number of nights days. Think about bubble. Everyone has they cross the line, but the bubble did work. Here's league commissioner Adam Silver again right before the finals. We have had zero cases. Among players among team staff working on campus. This program is working, which got us to the playoffs. The Lakers were heavily favored over the Miami Heat, but the Heat star player Jimmy Butler, did not make it easy. Butler drives Falling away. Got it again. Jimmy Butler puts the heat back up by one James drives goes inside. Lay up, mister, get the rebound. The following banks at home, James and Butler throwing haymakers at each other. The heat suffered some injuries and that helped bring the Lakers to the championship. We just want our respect. Organization. What they respect Laker nation won't they respect I want my damn respect, too. I think you got it. LeBron.

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COVID-19 Escalates but Biotech Bright Spot in Trillium Therapeutics

Breaking Biotech

09:31 min | 2 years ago

COVID-19 Escalates but Biotech Bright Spot in Trillium Therapeutics

"So again. I'm glad to be back and appreciate everybody's attention today. And we have an extensive show ahead of us so I'm going to talk about a variety of different things. I WANNA touch on some latest biotech news a menu to talk about the vijen earnings report that. I said I would get to so. There's a few interesting tidbits. There have to talk about the covert nineteen story because that's been really blowing up and I think there are significant implications for the market. And then I'm GONNA finish up by talking about the latest in the anti CD. Forty seven technologies and specifically. I'm going to focus on trillion but also gonNA touch on T. G. Therapeutics so at that. Let's just get right into it. And the first piece of news I had to mention. Is that a sperry on recently. Heard News that they're two compounds. Were approved by the FDA. The one is just the paddock acid pill which they've named it next next little and the dog acid is it. Ahmad Combo pill was also approve. Called next Zet so good news for them. They finally breached the finish. Line are GONNA be able to sell these products. The stock did KINDA BUMP UP AFTER. This news came out but then with all the News Cove Nineteen. The stock did sell off. And I think it's hanging around fifty bucks I still have ten shares. Probably GonNA sell relatively soon just to you know take the prophets and look for more opportunities that have larger chance of bringing a return on my investment but great news for them. The next piece of news I want to talk about is and we heard that they are exploring a potential buyer according to Bloomberg. We haven't heard too much confirmation since then but in the past week we've seen the stock runup quite significantly and it looks like there's a good chance that somebody could pick them up. I'm still holding only about ten shares unfortunately but I'm probably going to sell them just because I feel like we've heard a lot of these rumors once in a while. And often times they don't come to fruition Annan. Pretty happy with the Prophet made so far and given it's only ten shares. I think I might again sell these enda and look for other opportunities. That are coming around the next piece of news. I want to talk about his ammon. And they have been all over the place lately We heard that they released some post trial documents. Because they're undergoing this litigation right now to maintain exclusivity for their patents and you. I kind of glanced at them. I don't really know what to make of them. We're still waiting for a judgement to come down and we'll see that. Relatively soon I think and negativity around the stock. I think is going to be uplifted once that goes through. And we should see a return. All-time highs I've been adding the stock as it's been down and it's pretty heavy in my portfolio now so. I still think that they're goodbye here. The next piece of news on touch on is the latest from the American Society of Retina specialists. And this is because I have touched on wet. Amd in previous videos by interested in this space and they announced that Bayview patients and this is the drug for wet amd that was recently approved by Novartis and this a s R s society issued a warning about fourteen cases of retinal vascular disease with eleven of those being occlusive retinal vascular. Now this can be actually pretty serious condition. That can lead to permanent blindness. So it's It's fair for the society to to issue a warning to people who are considering this therapy especially given that. There are other therapies. That don't have this risk that have been approved in in circulation for awhile now. Nevada stands by view. And they said that. There's been an estimated. Forty six thousand injections done a bill view so far and they did not see that this happened in their phase three trials they did mention there were sixteen cases of ubiquitous and nine cases of Iras. But they still stand by their own compound and they're saying that they're doing post market surveillance to see that's going to be a problem but When this news came out we saw that Novartis Kinda dipped and regeneration stock increase quite a bit just in the expectation that more people are gonNA stick with Lia which is the drug that was approved. That's been approved for a lot longer than bayview and there are more frequent injections. But it's obviously more safe. So all of this could be prevented if re-genesis BIOS drug there gene. Therapy for wet. Amd can hit the market and then patients would only really need one injection hopefully to To prevent Amdi from happening. So that's kind of an interesting thing going on with the amd space so to hit the major stories that I want to talk about today though. We're GONNA talk about biogen. The cove in nineteen esscalation. And then I have here. That Gilead announced that they're going to buy the company named forty-seven for four point. Nine billion dollars and this is worth mentioning because the company talking about which is trillium also has an anti CD forty seven antibody in hopes of using it for hematological malignancies but also potential in solid tumors. So we're GonNa talk about that as the feature story but first thing. I want to talk about his budget so I went through the earnings report and I have touched on by. Jin on a number of different occasions in this podcast. And I think it's a really interesting company being in that kind of mid to large cap space what they announced that their revenue went up seven percent year over year. And amongst all of that the MS franchise was actually down four percent year over year. But what they did is they included cruise. Which is an anti CD. Twenty compound but it's also used to treat ms so they included that in the press release to make the overall year over year revenue increase by two percent. And I think they did this. Because the franchise itself up sixty percent of by toll revenue so to show that that franchise is actually increasing has kind of beneficial from a PR standpoint. They also announced that verity was approved for relapsing. Ms And we did hear that last year. Visionary is similar detector but it has fewer Gi side effects so this was approved it was shown to be non inferior to tech Videira so this is just adding to its. Ms Franchise is going to be continuing to prevail in being a large revenue generator. For by. John. I believe we also saw and I mentioned this last time that the Texas air decision was positive for biogen. So that compound is can also be protected. Biden's going to maintain its exclusivity. So that's good news for that. I don't see the franchise decreasing substantially. It's probably only going to increase with the vulgarity. Approval there are competitors coming on the space but given that by agendas so many MS compounds right now. That are pretty effective. I think it's going to be a continual driver of revenue for the company now in terms of the upcoming revenue generator spin. Rosza is is one of those that's done in the market for. I think almost a year now and revenue increased nine point three percent year over year which is great and this franchise makes up fifteen percent of total biogen revenue so that has increased over the past few quarters. I think as I as I looked at this and they did mention here that we expect the rate at which spinner is a revenues will grow will moderate in twenty twenty compared to twenty nineteen primarily due to a lower rate of new patients starts combined with the impact of loading does dynamics as patients transition from dosing every four months so the way the payment system works for. Spin Rosza is that it costs seven hundred fifty thousand for the first year and then subsequent loading years just cost three hundred seventy five thousand Subsequently so we see this big boost in revenue. When there's a lot of new patients starts and then it Kinda tapers off as patients or just getting that loading dose. So I think that's why they're saying that. Revenues will moderate because the amount of new patient starts is actually decrease and I think this is due to vexes. Launch of excess Novartis is launch of their own therapy for spinal muscular atrophy. So I think as that competition continues the amount of revenue that's generated by spin. Raza is GonNa flat now and patients who likes Raza will probably stay on it but I think that that increased competition. It's still going to harm the new patient start so I don't see this space necessarily increasing too much now. Other things to consider is the repurchase program and this boost the stock price pretty substantially in the last year they repurchased twenty four million shares and that was a cost of five point nine billion dollars and by my calculation that means in the current repurchase program they have about twelve million shares to continue to buy and their net. Cash is still three point. Five billion dollars so they have a lot of cash on hand to buy current shares that are outstanding which is only going to support the price of the Stock. Moving forward another thing. They announced is the commercialization rights to idea as well as loose cintas. 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Mindful Mama Mentor: Hunter Clarke-Fields

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

09:01 min | 3 years ago

Mindful Mama Mentor: Hunter Clarke-Fields

"Start by just having you. Tell us about your background Cole. Well I am. I came to mindfulness through sheer desperation. Sir I was I was like you know a a highly sensitive child really intense kid and I would just kind of be up and I would be down and I would be up and down and just it very pushing pulled by my emotions. I mean yeah I really you do You know I think I was a lot to handle for my parents and my I remember. I remember being like ten or eleven than it. Just being having been in a puddle of tears a my bed and my dad was rubbing my back and trying to comfort me as as I as I recovered and you know and he said to me. Oh Hunter you know this is your artistic nature and life will always be like this. They pick me up there and he was right you know he. He's very much like that too. And so you know as a teenager you know it was pretty tumultuous in my house and and I started i. I started looking at books about mindfulness Then looking for relief. Actually the first book I picked up Little Bit odd and strange I had my parents had a book of Like it was one of those little tiny mini books pocketbooks and that Shambala used to put out enda and it was like a Zen Cohen's but I didn't know I was just like. Oh this zen thing my pocket and I bike to my job After school where I had a lot of free time at this job and so I would read this like a Zen Koan book and it was very inscrutable and I was very confused but nonetheless. I persisted I found. I found the teachings of Han who eventually ended up practicing using the tradition for a long time and going on retreats there and And it gave me just reading. The books gave me so much lunch. Piece helped me feel hopeful that there wasn't something terribly wrong with me and And and then after about ten years of reading lots of books I find out and then it was really interesting because because Before then I would Kinda I would do yoga practice yoga and and then I could be in the present moment then I would go running and I would act. I would after a while you know in college I started a stopped listening to nine inch nails and Wu Tang clan while I was running in practice just being present while I was running. Not that there's anything wrong with those bands. It was great. You know. It's very Cathartic but anyway it was nice to be present as well my breath breath but then when I finally I I did a yoga teacher training than I was finally able to practice and I sat for ten minutes. A day for You know five or six days a week and and And despite kind of getting to the point a few months in whereas like this Mrs b side. Just sit here thinking the whole time. I'm not doing anything. I'm terrible at us. All of those thoughts. I realized that I hadn't fallen into those pits that I would had fallen into for twenty seven years of my life until then and it they they just kind of like went away not let the feelings went away. Those I still have a whole host of range as everyone does but that feeling of like I can't handle any of us and now I need to. You know I'm having a panic attack at work or whatever it was that went away and so it was this incredible. Will you know incredible transformation for me and it really. You know even me out in a way that just empowered me to do you so much. More it it. It really made a huge impact on my life so from the practice in that realization that Oh yeah. There's there's stuff that's happening even if I might not always be crystal clear and aware of An achievement today. She even unlocked still. Oh happening and you're noticing that so since that time. How did that progress for you well? It was helpful to know you know. Even if I don't feel like I'm doing this right there is there are these like effects that are happening. It was really powerful and since and that was that really empowered me I am. I found a Songa. I found a group nearby who practiced in the tradition of Han and a and and that fell was really satisfying to me. had grown up I- GROWNUP agnostic. And you know I was kind of like I was the kid who had no nothing and in this certain Catholic town I told I was going out. Why didn't I was like I don't know anyway? And so is really satisfy. The sense of like a also like a sense of community and a spirituality swelling and I had For me and and I really felt like wow this is great and then I I became pregnant two years after that and I was I remember really sitting with my big pregnant belly in the in the Songa the Oh man I got this like this. This is GONNA be loose. Zen baby this is. I'm doing three jobs look. I'm meditating on pregnant getting this baby this peaceful experience so so yeah so I had delusions and And then after that then the real learning. Wow so you had a baby and life. It happened no Magin. There are a lot of adjustments and you met practice. Maybe in a different way that lake. Well well Lo and behold. My child was a kind of intense highly sensitive child. Who WanNa thank you? It comes back get ya. I started to get. I remember at some points like apologizing to my parents. I'm sure they love that today. Gunman tell us more hundred tells. More really was the energy of my my grandmother than my father and myself and then this is a sensitive child and you know I had her in this This all natural birth centers free-standing bursts unders. I had all these the friends that now. Who are these wonderful? Crunchy Mama's not just seem so like there seemed so bliss to and I was like so struggling and my child was so fussy difficult and there was there was so much to learn there And it's really where you know. I really had to kind of Assam. My my my anger arise as she started to talk. Doc Back to me and walk and talk very very quickly. Resisted everything I said of course and and seeing I could just see these patterns like that were happening like here. It is again like oh my. Gosh here's my father's anger coming out again and it's coming through me. The and the thing I was I didn't want most in the world is now coming out through me and so it really became. You know I I became my teacher. You know just looking into these looking into these these things that were arising this anger. This is energy that I didn't want I wanted to push away desperately and realizing that that didn't work that it couldn't and so there was a lot an intense amount amount of learning to do and I also realized very very quickly that entered. Take time away from my child in order to be a better person for her. So you know it kind of building in these these pieces but but the real learning was like an seeing these patterns seeing these energies repeat and working working with them.

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No-Fail Meetings with Michael Hyatt

The EntreLeadership Podcast

10:34 min | 3 years ago

No-Fail Meetings with Michael Hyatt

"The last time you got super pumped excited an amt about a meeting like have have you ever said man? I just can't wait for this meaning. Has that ever happened. Yeah probably not. And that's because most people perceive most meetings things as being ineffective unuseful unproductive and in no way helpful from the Ramsey network. This is the entree leadership podcast where we help business. Leaders grow themselves their teams and their profits. I'm your host Alex Judd and although we may hate meetings we do need them and not only that we're also responsible for them here at entree leadership. We believe that the success or failure of a meeting the productivity of meeting depends on one thing leadership leadership that means that meetings are one of your greatest responsibilities but also one of your greatest opportunities in today's guest is one of the world's leading adding on productivity and organizational effectiveness and so today's guest is Michael Hyatt and he knows from experience. Just how horrible all meetings can be the benefits of doing them right and just how high stakes actually are. I think like a lot of business owners like like a lot of executives. You've got to the place where I just hated meetings. It felt like that was my entire life. And in fact I became C O Thomas Nelson publishers. I was in meetings almost every day all day. which meant that? The only time I had to get my work done was either after work before work or on the weekends and it just wasn't sustainable. Life and then I started realizing leising that a lot of these meetings are not that helpful and as it turns out the average person in a corporation today in America spends sixty two or sixty two different meetings a month. That's over fifteen eighteen a week. We're spending thirty seven billion dollars on meetings in this country every year and the average executive spends more than half third time in meetings. Oh my makes you cringe. It does because you think. Are they really that productive and most people I talked to most of my clients. They hate meetings as I thought. We gotTA reinvent this because meetings have to happen. If you're going to coordinate work if you're gonNA stay aligned is a team you've got to have meetings It's funny I've kind of read a little bit and listened to a lot of how you come at this subject and just as my own little experiment I walked around our office and talked to a bunch of my friends and the people that I spend time with with and just reach out to him and I asked him what is the one word or phrase that first comes to mind lords whenever you hear the word meeting and I told him it has to be the knee jerk reaction and and here's what they gave me someone said is it worth my time. Someone said could it be an email. Three people said boring Some people said what's it about one person said. Oh someone said. Waste ways disappointed time time time and then there was one innocent soul that it's like this and this is this guy's personality to he's just so positive live and I asked him that question. You said collaboration and who is like God bless you. You are the untainted person. But it's amazing how. We all seem to have this negative connotation in her mind. Whenever we hear that word? Why why do you perceive that? That's the case. I think because most meetings are a waste of time by virtue of the fact that they're not run well they're not planned end honestly. They sometimes substitute for things that could be done in a completely other way. For example this often happens in corporations operations where somebody doesn't really make a decision. They've got some ambiguity about some topic that they they need clarity on and so instead of actually doing the hard work of thinking for themselves or or making the decision they schedule meeting. So it's kind of a fancy way to procrastinate. Oh my organizationally and it also is a is a fancy way to kind of share the blame lame or the responsibility so instead of me having to come up with a solution a bunch of people in a room and I'll have a group decide then it won't be my responsibility but in doing so you're slowing slowing things down so much. That's why I think meetings. If you're not careful can kind of create this undergrowth in your culture that absolutely slows everything down. They don't have to be that way but they can't be that way if you're not careful and that was something that you said in your book that really stood out to me. Is that a lot of times. We have this underlying assumption that may actually be ally that meetings eatings our work and in reality. It seems like a lot of meetings aren't work at all so I guess how should we look at what warrants a meeting. What defines what is worth having a meeting about this kind of goes to the first point in my book no fail meetings and that is you gotta decide? I think you've got to first determine. Do we need a meeting. So what are the worst possible. Uses of. Meeting is to disseminate information. You know. It's the slow way it's the painful way. And if you ask employee's it's the number one thing that they ate a meeting is a status update meeting as like the death meeting. Nobody wants to status update meetings. Because you start asking yourself the question is there a better underway to disseminate this information. Why we have to get everybody in a room all the small talk all the time this expanded all the payroll that's expended on something like that just just to inform them of something that we could do a much better way? We could do it. You know through an email or if you slack in your organization you know some way just internal communication to update people. So that's a bad reason to have a meeting so that's the negative side of things. What are the topics are what are the arenas that do warrant getting a group of people together and sitting down? Yeah I think whatever. You're trying to plan work you know. And you're trying to brainstorm a topic and you realize that you don't have all the resources or have a limited perspective you know as a manager or leader and you won't involve the people who bring different perspectives. So that you've got much richer conversation and a bitter full ORB perspective on that topic also when you want to make a decision you know making a decision decision. That's a key thing that these are good for. The meetings are good for but they need to lead to that. They need to lead to either better thinking or they need to lead to better decisions but it doesn't seem to be dissemination of information and I think that Kinda hits on this idea that it's like they should be driving towards something totally and it'd be an outcome. Yes okay so explain. What is the difference between a well? Run meeting that has an outcome and one that doesn't okay. It all starts. Well I should say I was going to say it all starts with the right agenda Enda. That's that's the first thing but you also have the right people in the room so it's got to be the right people in the room and it can't be too many people if you have too many people in the room and we don't WanNa leave anybody out but if you have too many people in the room that also slows down the conversation and you know there are too many people in the room when you've got people that are not commenting. They're not engaged. You know maybe the conversation is between three or four for people that meeting probably should have been with those three or four people right. But you've got to have an agenda and there's a specific format that. I advocate for an agenda in the book. No fail meetings and so I think that's where it starts but the last part of that is you've got to be really focused on what he outcomes. What are the decisions that we made? What's the follow up? We expect and we're GONNA hold people accountable to those follow up actions so that we don't have to keep having the same meeting over and over again so it sounds like a lot of whether a meeting is a failure or a success depends on the actions. You take well before the meeting actually begin slowly that really falls on the leader. You know it's up to him to first of all all decide who's going to be in the meeting what the overall purpose of the meeting is going to be. There's a novel idea you know just so that people walk in knowing why we're here and then creates the agenda agenda because you need to know when the meeting is over so like I serve on the Board of an academic institution and one of the things I discovered about academics. It's different than business owners and the people that listen to this podcasts. Is They just love talk. They love to hear themselves talk. The meetings can go on forever and ever if you plan to three hour meeting you fill it up. Probably go four hours but in business. We can't afford that. That's not the we don't have that luxury we gotta get to the point. Finish the beating get onto the next thing so being outcome focused knowing the purpose of the meeting is critical. So how do you get into a spot because it takes more time on the front end. But you're gonNA reap the rewards of Preparation so how'd you get into a spot where you discipline on yourself as the business owner as the business leader to really take that time on the front end and actually prepare. Will let's talk about recurring meetings so these are meetings that are like standing standing needs that happen over and over again so maybe a one on one meeting with an assistant or somebody in your team it may be a team meeting that you have like a team huddle once a week first of all always have somebody taking minutes. If I'm going to be in fifteen meetings a week or even ten meetings a week I'm under forget. I'm GONNA sleep since the last time I was in that meeting so I wanNA record of what we discussed not want detail you know. Alex said this and then Michael said that no no just mostly the decisions that we made just a summary of that but I also want to summarize and put at the top of the minutes. That's the follow up items that we outlined so this is critical. We WanNa have the follow up items and we want to have an owner of those follow up items and we want to begin the a meeting by reviewing what we said. We're going to last time. What were the outstanding items and you ask a question about preparation? So one of the things to be a good medium participant or a good meeting leader. Are- is to review those before you come to the meeting so you don't show up and then you're embarrassed you like I didn't get to that you know or I forgot. I was supposed to do that but what you really want to do. Is Show up and say Yup. I got that done because I agree to it beforehand. I had a date on it when I was going to get it done. And that's my responsibility before I show up at the next meeting so I in the meeting and I start to meeting with those things but I think you hit on that idea already. It's because you were expecting to have to give that update in the next meeting that you actually work and so that goes in line with what you already kind of alluded to with establishing an agenda for the meeting. I'd love for you to dive into this. Doesn't have have to be as complicated as some people make it. I think what makes for an effective agenda for a meeting. Yeah I would say this I mean first of all start with the basic information you know who the participants are and all that and then get to the purpose of the meeting so I would literally state the purpose and the desired results. Like we're here to do this. We're here to make a decision on Sarah's marketing any proposal you know with that though decision on Sarah's marketing proposal that is remarkably specific super specific and is that important. It is important you'll like. What are the meetings said? Yesterday and the purpose was were here to discuss our October financial results and find out why gap we have between now on the end of the year and then brainstorm ways to fill it so it sounds kind of long but that's a specific outcome. That by the way was the entire result that we wanted for the

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NYC Sues Chipotle, Accuses Food with Integrity Chain of Violating Labor Laws

Business Wars Daily

05:49 min | 3 years ago

NYC Sues Chipotle, Accuses Food with Integrity Chain of Violating Labor Laws

"Business Wars daily is sponsored by audible audible has the world's largest selection of audio books and Audio Entertainment Start Listening with a thirty day audible trial by visiting audible dot com slash B w daily or by texting. Bw Daily to five hundred five hundred from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Tuesday September seventeenth. chipotle is struggling with mismatch between mean. It's branding and reality. At least that's how some observers might see it earlier. This month. chipotle launched a publicity stunt that poked fun at our thieving ways it turns out that customers especially college kids often steal certain things at chipotle particularly little bottles of Tabasco sauce which chipotle conveniently offers on the counter alongside. It's plastic forks the chain goes through five and a half million bottles of hot sauce every year enda tons of plastic forks to sure they could try to shrink the theft by reserving Tabasco only for those who requested but where would the fun be in and that instead they embraced are larceny to celebrate back to school. Season Chipotle is offering free delivery on Sundays through the end of September with with a cheeky bonus to the first fifty people who took them up on the offer that bonus the things you borrow kit meaning of course the things you steal it contain contain piles of Napkins extra forks and yeah two bottles of Tabasco Sauce. The kids came in plain brown boxes wrapped in tape marked property of chipotle's lake. You could even order them online for free but the limited supply disappeared as fast as a stash of hot sauce japodlay brands itself as the food with integrity chain. This stunned allowed them to play up at branding. I mean on the one hand advertise free hot sauce on another sustain the comic approach to marketing here's the problem to make purpose driven branding work all parts of your operation have to be in sync and on September tenth the city of New York supposedly for allegedly violating the the city's fair workweek law more than thirty workers from a handful of Brooklyn locations had filed complaints with the city sank japodlay had violated the city law demands predictable schedules bills for fast food workers. That's according to Mayor Bill De Blasio's office employee said japodlay managers often change their schedules at the last minute gave them no notice of those changes and failed to pay premiums for them. They also accused the company of demanding that employees close a store at night and then open it the next morning the law requires wires the employee's consent for those kinds of back toback shifts. Finally the city also accused the Brooklyn locations of having an illegal sick leave policy de Blasios administration is seeking more than a million dollars in penalties. The city is also investigating labor practices at eighteen chipotle's in other parts of Manhattan. Japodlay says it's cooperating with the city and that filing charges was unnecessary. The accusations however prompted the New York Daily News to call the chain burrito bullies. He's the stock market reacted quickly sending share prices down about five percent shares had been soaring because reportedly had grown. It's digital business at a sizzling pace hace sparked by funny tactics like the things you borrow campaign just last week chipotle was named as Americans favorite fast casual Mexican restaurant for the third year year in a row according to a New Restaurant Industry Survey Chipotle as biggest competitor as it has been for years is Cuba chipotle's latest flap could cause some customers customers to switch to Cuba although most people still choose their tacos and Burritos for flavor convenience and price the fine line that you police walking walking is by branding itself as both honest and healthy no matter whether chipotle is proven right or wrong in New York City's lawsuit the difficulty of balancing on that fine vine purpose driven line has become apparent used to be that it wasn't easy being green now. It seems it's not easy making a big deal about integrity less you. I can assure it in every corner of Your Business for chipotle this new labor law suit could prove even hotter than hot sauce in its things you've are from wondering this is business wars day. Hey listen if you like our shows Sharon episode Fred why Mike I'm James Easy to do right from those podcast APPS. Thanks about Chop David Brown back with you tomorrow. Today's episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by audible. Audible has the world's largest selection of audio books and audio entertainment right now. I'm listening to audible original called it burns the scandal plagued race to breed the world's hottest Chili. It's wild. It's funny and it's about got so much more than Chili's with a convenient audible APP. You can listen anytime anywhere on any device Mobile Alexa Enabled Bluetooth and a whole lot more as a member. You can uneasily exchange any title. You don't love it anytime plus. You get to keep your library of license. 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U.S. sending forces to Mideast to warn Iran

Charlie Parker

00:26 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. sending forces to Mideast to warn Iran

"Iran's rulers will now have the US navy office shores amid evidence that Iran is behind the latest esscalation of violence in Israel. Trump administration is sending the USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN carrier strike group. Enda bomber task force to the Middle East. In a statement national security adviser John Bolton says it's to send a clear message to the Iranian regime, adding that any attack on US interest or its allies will be met with on

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CEO of nursing facility where vegetative woman gave birth resigns

Chad Benson

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

CEO of nursing facility where vegetative woman gave birth resigns

"Com. Hoc- Enda healthcare. CEO Bill Timmins announcing his resignation after reports of alleged sexual abuse. At the facility are TV partners at ABC fifteen th a woman who was in a vegetative state for fourteen years gave birth just last month again that CEO of hacienda healthcare. He has resigned after reports of alleged sexual abuse at the

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