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The Current State Of Outbound Lead Generation
"My guest today is Dana Lindahl data is the founder of legendary lead Gen. One of the first outbound focused marketing agencies. He and his team have been helping business to business service companies and marketing agencies grow since two thousand fourteen. Is, specialty is in helping companies, set sales appointments with their ideal prospects, as well as establishing them as an authority within their industry. That's what we're going to be talking about today. Thanks so much for joining me today. Thanks Diane. I'm really excited to talk all things Li generation and responsible use of Lincoln. I love that. Okay. We're GONNA start with the responsible use of lake debt. So, will you please explain the listeners what you mean by that? I think the easier way to explain this would be to explain I the irresponsible use of linked in, which is what's actually a much more pervasive, right? which is the type of things that your listeners are probably. So sick of getting into their inboxes, which is somebody connects with them and minutes to a day. Later, they received some sort of template pitch into their inbox that is not targeted at them at all, and it doesn't even into account whether that person might need or appreciate what's being said to them, and that's I would say the approach that about eighty to ninety percent of people who are doing quote unquote lead generation on linked in are taking these days and it's really unfortunate because linked in is a great place to connect with other. To specifically for beat the B but just other people in business a great place to learn as a great place to network and Mrs even doubly. So in the Times of reduce networking in Covid, nineteen times. So I really feel like a lot of people are doing themselves a disservice by reaching out in such a way that makes people remember them as the type of person who did not approach the other party in a way. That is respectful. And unlike other channels such as for example, cold email in cold calling has been around for a but with those, it's difficult to actually see directly who it is who's Essen you Or contacting you without doing your own homework and trying to click through and find out more information with them on linked in your face and your profile and everything connected to your company is right there visible. So when you reach out to someone and you don't put your best foot forward, it's easier for them to remember that to walk away with a bad impression of who you are. So, there's my you know quick explanation of what not to do but I wanNA run through. We can go into a lot more detail on each of these specific things but. My version in my philosophy on what works well in what is responsible way to use? Lincoln for the generation encompasses a couple of different things. I is growing your network simply connecting with people who are, either they could be a good fit for you to have as clients, but to advance your network and the people that you know we can get connected with. Linked in has a different way of showing things to people and using their algorithm than the other social networks so. For example, on facebook if you scroll through your newsfeed, you see your friends and maybe you see something from friends of friends but that's about it. That's where it stops unlinked in. You'll scroll through your newsfeed and you'll see your connections and then you also see your connections connections and your connections connections connections. It's kind of the best type of exponential growth that we can hope for in two thousand twenty because the other types of exponential growth that we've been experienced in have all been related to the virus and that's not. What we really want but then is really a multiplier effect. When you ask somebody to your network, your first degree network, their whole first degree network now becomes your second degree network. So if you add someone who has a large network themselves. Just added maybe ten thousand people to your second degree network. This is ten thousand more people who have a possibility to see your content when you post it and linked in being the content deficient platform that it is I. Believe the statistic is that less than one percent of their user base actually posting regularly they're showing this content to so many more people than you can reach. On then on the other social networks,
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"essen" Discussed on #M�llistMist - der Podcast
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Mayor De Blasio Updates on New York City Coronavirus Response
"Wins all right mayor de Blasio is giving his update let's listen in save the lives of new Yorkers in our hour of need we've all been through a lot these last few weeks and we need it this post we needed this hope that's being created by our brothers and sisters a US navy a new car everyone who is here to help us at this crucial moment this ship arriving is not just an example of help arriving in a physical form is not just about the beds and the doctors in the equipment it's also about hope it's also about boosting the morale of new Yorkers for going through so much it's about saying to our heroes in those hospitals that help has come that relief is on the way I can't tell you how much this means it is so much more than even we realize at this moment that our nation has heard our plea for help here in New York City and there could not be a better example of all of America pulling for New York City than the arrival of the U. S. and S. comfort some major major moment in this long battle that we will be fighting against the coronavirus I think there been times in recent days a lot of new Yorkers have felt alone live new Yorkers have felt a sense of not being sure what's coming next not being sure as hell would come well I wanna say to all new Yorkers we have evidence here you are not alone we are not alone our nation is helping us in our hour of need there's a lot of people to thank and you're going to hear from two of our real heroes here for the federal government her doing so much for us you're going to hear from rear admiral John must in the moment and the regional administrator for FEMA Tom van Essen who's well known to all of us in New York City but I want to thank everyone who was a part of this many many people work together and look we gotta remember this is a wartime atmosphere we all have to pull together we may have differences in peace time but to the maximum extent possible we all have to be as one in wartime I know our colleagues in the military I understand that we all need to understand that now so I do want to thank president trump I want to thank secretary asked for I want to thank chairman Millie everyone at the United States Navy the United States Marine Corps United States Coast Guard all the people of FEMA so
Malaysia gets new PM, Muhyiddin Yassin, after week of turmoil
"To Malaysia which has a new prime minister seventy two year old my eden. Yesen it's less than a week after the abrupt resignation of the world's most national later. This is the ninety four year old Muhammad Muhammad that plunged Malaysian politics into turmoil. So how has this South East Asia nation about thirty one to thirty two million people? How has it gone from an inclusive? And reformist government to a nationalist conservative law. Within days. Bridget Welch is an honorary research associate at the University of Nottingham. That's at Malaysia's Asia Research Institute bridget. Welcome back to between the lines. Great to be here now. Mahadi rule Malaysia for more than two decades until a two thousand and three in my twenty. It mighty gripe political comeback. Those last time we had you on the program bridge. What did he suddenly resign? Listen to us into his tenure. Well I it's reasonably clear that had he had very serious tensions between himself and anwer Abraham and the coalition that he led the pocket harp on coalition was divided and ultimately it split And as a consequence of that The the coalition collapsed and part of the collapsed however in the ball to move to a new coalition government and mightier himself was not willing to accept what other other parties in the coalition were doing montier resented working with. I'm no particularly the former leaders of the former government who were Who are tainted by corruption allegations? So what we see is a situation where Montier many politicking dividing rule many of the trying to split the pot the coalition itself his his reluctance to to leave Turn power over to Anwar set the conditions for the power. Grab that took place but at the same time Montier was not willing to go full. Go through with it. Because he wasn't willing to to allow the new new coalition to include the members of who he stood against when he came back into power. I'm into thousand. Mahalia and You mentioned ny Abraham now. Let's be clear. He's the protege turned. Raul turned ally although they fill out about a waco so ago they have reunited though having I think they have reunited from a perspective of They're now forming the opposition. But they have not yet completely resolved their differences. The fact of the matter is is that if Montier had supported Anwar clearly laid out a time line and stopped the politicking within the coalition then the government would not have collapsed. So I think for now. They are working together against a now common enemy. Who was someone who took the took took over the government in a in a power grab but at the same time that doesn't necessarily mean that they are fully resolved the question of the Lisa Session? If alcohol everyone was to come back to government says he feels but tried he success that. Yes in his malign nationalist. He's backed by this corruption tarnished former governing party. You mentioned the Mama tells more about yes so mine didn't yes and has been in politics for over forty years He joined politics in nineteen. Seventy eight He came into. I'm no He was the Chief Minister of the the very important state of Jehovah on the southern part of Malaysia and he has served in different capacities as different ministries that has held six different ministries In I'm no I'm he has not necessarily Had A clear Persona that That an extensive grassroots but he's been a very effective tactician and capable administrator And as a consequence he rose through the ranks through I'm no And he became deputy prime minister under the previous government From two thousand nine to two thousand fifteen We didn't ask known predominantly for three things He's I known for defining himself I as a Malay- as opposed to a Malaysian which is of course part of the reason. There's the brand that he is. Emily nationalist government and this new coalition that exists combines is predominantly Malays based parties And so this is something. It seems to have been Quite defining of who he is. The second thing is is that he's also known for standing up for against Najib on they won. Mvp scandal He he was sacked and after putting pressure On on Najeib to on these issues of corruption and he after in this happened in two thousand fifteen when the scandal is revealed so he stood up for On this important issue. And he's also known now for The effective maneuvering up becoming the winner in the power. Grab Which of course they're very different views and Malaysia about this Those looking at this recognized that that there are real serious. Ethical concerns about Whether or not amyloid and Yeltsin actually had the numbers which really did not seem to be the case in terms of A majority government When he was positioning himself for taking over power And others feel that that there's a there's an that he had. He had more than most numbers at that time and that he should that He was effective and moving and getting the position of power. There people in Malaysia are divided right now. Some people are are willing to give mood in a chance Wanting the situation to be more stable is and others very very angry that they feel that their sister the government has been stolen from them their dreams of different Malaysia of stolen for them. And there's a bit of considerable fear among people that this that lead in Yassin were lot real will be an old Malaysia. Politician Aka using the levers of power using issues of race using of issues of of of exclusion as a way to build up his powerbase so to the extent that this new Malaysian pm a struggles to govern and of course we have to remember elected public. Mandates does this mean this unprecedented instabilities. Luckily to continue the fact of the matter is is that Malaysia is a coalition government And is dealing with the situation of coalition governments in coalition governments across the world. You have one type of party set. A parties emerged. And then you can have a very unstable situation that a new set of parties emerged from Malaysia. This is a very new dynamic and of course it played out in the uniquely Malaysian Way with with intense amount of personal drama and Intrigue Enemies and betrayals Because the politics of Malaysia or highly personalized Right now mood in is Has Very is behold into the parties that he that he is that a put him into office and and the questions of Prot. Who is he's going to prosecute or maintain the prosecution's how much Islam governance he's GonNa put in whether he's actually GonNa try to seem to have any reform without his gonNA use race relations and of course importantly now lead in. Essen is is somebody who's just recently had a very serious bout of pancreatic cancer so the issue of the leadership succession is is equally important for this new government so there are very important points of instability and and as a result of that This is something that the people are watching very carefully. The instability is also facilitated by the fact that the opposition the new opposition bucket on Harapan. Now is that is actually quite emboldened by how this power crap has taken place.
Amid Arms Race, Macron Offers Europe French Nuclear Wargames Insight
"The United Kingdom's departure from the European Union recalibrate Europe's politics six in all kinds of ways. One such and at this point pause to enjoy the rumbling caused by centuries of British diplomat spinning in their graves may have been to make France more powerful with the UK Gone France is the EU sole nuclear state and as such the E. U.'s only permanent member of the UN security. The council within the last hour French President Emmanuel Macron has spoken in Paris outlining an updated doctrine of deterrence while joined with more on this by Elizabeth the pro senior research fellow at Russi's modern deterrence project Elizabeth. What did President Macron have to say this morning he essentially reaffirmed? What every president every postwar presidents before him said which is Franz is committed to its nuclear deterrent. Now you may think that's. That's not a big big deal because which country would voluntarily give up its nuclear weapons but but this is a big deal because by focusing on on the nuclear deterrent than Francis desire and indeed intention to keep it and keep it as as as strong as as it is now it's essentially intially saying to the US France wants to play a larger role in Europe because so far the UK has been another nuclear power within the European in Union. Of course we have the US as well Franz to say now we want to play a larger role does the fact of the UK's departure from the a you. You make a difference to this really. Because isn't this something that would be would fall more under the ages of NATO which obviously the UK remains a member of it. Ah on the surface of it makes no difference because it to say it's not the handles all military matters even though the you would like to become stronger militarily tally but it is a symbolic It's a matter of political symbolism so France is really the the the strongest remaining power are within the European Union and in fact remains up to these remaining states. What's what's what to do with her combined? Military Essen against whom mm to defend themselves Of course NATO will remain by far the largest military alliance in the West but still there is a lot of room room for maneuver for innovation. I think that's what McConnell aiming and in fact he said that the US is an important partner. What's that Europe as said by by which we all assume he meant the European Union has to be able to act autonomously. Well well that is a bit of a signal to Washington. Did President Macron. Talk at all about what he perceives as the current threat. or or at least I guess specifically what he now thinks the deterrent is deterring. That's always a challenge with with deterrence And deter Berens That's you're never really sure with with this particular Tehran's nuclear weapons whom it is supposed to deter so the the only the only possible advisory Whom you could threaten nuclear weapons are other countries. That are heavily armed. So Russia does Europe need to deter China with nuclear weapons. It's unclear so it's really Russia it's interesting also Macro himself recently said a terrorism is the the biggest threat to Europe today so A threat against which I nuclear deterrent his more or less useless exactly so you can only deter a country with a strong government by using nuclear weapons or by telling them that you're going to use nuclear weapons terrorist won't be deterred cyber cyber hackers VAUGHN's been interred in fact he he will happily hathaway and possibly bring down your grid Your Electric Grid and other critical national infrastructure. It doesn't bother him that you threaten him nuclear weapons because he will know county will drop a nuclear weapon on a hacker but macron instill clearly believes the deterrent is important. Is this part of it. It's been a recurring theme of his presidency. There there is a desire. If you will to make France great again he does want to restore the idea. As many of his predecessors have been so keen on the restoring this idea of France fronts as a global power is is is he. Basically pitching himself was the defacto leader. Of A post dangle Merckel Europe he is and frankly there is lots of competition. There really isn't although it would be will be interesting. Just in a quick sign on it will be interesting to see what happens if in Germany. The Greens Emerge even stronger in the next election and and Germany and software with the Green Chancellor which would presumably be Robert Topic. Who is Ah Not at all keen on these ideas so Michael may have some competition than but with nuclear weapons. It's it is a a military tool but touch on top of that and maybe more importantly it is a symbol of great power status which is why all these other countries want wanted to India. Wanted it so then of course Pakistan don needed to have it as well and so forth So it's not about it's being of weapon that is going to be used anytime soon or even in in any distant future Richard but it is about great power status does as far as it's possible to tell. Does that play for him. Domestically with with the French people is there A thing you can tap into among the French electorate of this desire for France to be seen as a great power I think among any reasonably the large countries there is There is a desire to be seen as a strong country. We've seen here in the UK. Many people felt that the UK wasn't getting gifting enough credit as a as a major power in Europe was just being seen as some sort of middling power for a smaller countries are much happier with just being seen a small countries. And so I could tap into that I I don't think it will be enough for him to win. Over all those disaffected voters including the the yellow vests but Who wouldn't who wouldn't like the phrase make the UK great again make America great again or whatever happened to be
"essen" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast
"French show again after I was at essence Byu two thousand nineteen last week I I'm ready to share my highlights with you first of all a few numbers about the fan were even more visitors this year than last year's and the feeling was correct difference last year they were something around one hundred eighty thousand people so and the same is true about new games because more than one thousand five for an extremely large number of expert games among them so games medically subdivided at least to some degree for example there were for all the Children Games and Family Games for example as you can probably you could tell that immediately parked on a parking lot number ten pair we realized then that would become very crowded day pretty much just in time to be there when the doors opened and to wait until the table was free but that usually only took fifteen minutes or so until names you can also really try them out on site and my goal was Sir I really wanted to play some of the older games that I hadn't with that because the most of the Games we are really good and playing seven games the rules and because we have played a few rounds of each of the Games and didn't finish them a welcome alternative to always having to read the rules like you have to and not so much about the whole experience from the game it's really hard to create the same kind of atmosphere during a game did you dove playing a comfortable session with beer and chips for example games on the market but rather some game that I had already long on my list probably the most elegant way of testing their Kart game they had a standing table overview of the game from my perspective each booth should have standing experience the whole story and so for but for me that was later on the dark souls card game is a cooperative game browns of the game with night and a saucer the Blair decks Chris Wolf over time as you find more treasurer and exchange the soles of your enemies to consider not to die in the beginning we a US and equipment card to perform attack you must discard one By large aikens on the cards and the four types are actions stemming our cost and then you resolve the action sometimes oh I cannot really say too much about the combat system itself but for eld exactly the same way strike with assault felt exactly the same type of action you always have to discard cards from your hand I would have preferred to Chessel only a little bit of that when the enemies activate they each perform somehow preprogramed and printed on the card however if are no correct in that row the enemy tags the character with the highest taunt value in the other and they will also different tech types such as heavy attacks meaning in our restaurant but I'm sure it it is important for the game if you play the entire game the enemies I know they were pre predefined and really deterministic but enemies with the least amount of resources so without combat on a credit based system anyway so I was quite happy to to find one I'm from Richard Garfield from nine thousand nine hundred ninety four no one it all it didn't really matter the Nice guy started to explain the rules and or a teacher if this is a move that is allowed on we missed triggers on the stack and possibilities just how long it took us to understand the core mechanics of the game I just looked which is only a medium rating the game was recommended to you're right neighbor is your Predator and the Nice twist that we experienced doing ray instead which is beneficial for you in addition to that the game also I'm sure we will play the game again at home but I'm still afraid one reason why I think the game is so complicated is because of its Iki- they all look pretty much the same they're only second why they have the same form they card in the future I'm pretty sure will try to make an episode on deeper into the future what I really liked about the game was how it handed you'll vampires and then these tokens were not lost they became the life due to the on the cards and Infield felt quite right mm show we will played in our gaming croup once we had the time to read through the entire routes sailed and it adds ship and raiding to the cau- gaming our teacher the game was fun but a little bit too my tech boom essential self is a pretty simple deck bill you the expansion adds these little ships which you can use to move next to Carter and Ankara's also the keyword that we're looking for this fouled a integrated in the card game rules and I didn't really really like the steam of moving around with ships here so essentially example a mechanic called rating in which you were able to steal for possibility to protect against it as a player but there was nothing the at least some kind of possibility to do something against it for example Tom Vessel and had the ability to talk to Isaac Children's the and then we moved onto the next game and that game which was a pity we would have loved to play with three or four players by I can see to build our own decks that sounds complex if you think about magic for with one of the four lineage decks and one of the four domain Dick's who you are the linear carts represent the style of magic you use that you place in front of you they are always active and these beat for example you might be our espn the Dimona largest all the as far as I remember we had six or seven actions per round pull you can use an action to draw heart all you can use the action to gain for example with an action and I really enjoyed having the freedom to choose the game also comes with three different battlefields perfect battlefield and if you later decide you needed some wells you can spend minions fight and they fight by rolling battle is equal to their thereby can damage or destroy other minions and if they are no millions opponent was doing you were able to enchant your minions able to enchant ride to conquer battlefield that is empty at the moment or you want to protect the better field your opponent Hiatt Rachel the reason for that is probably because the game uses all of the after that we blade the news expansion of seven wonders seven Amada clue maybe that was just a coincidence but I also didn't like automatics pension at a new naval bart to the game one of your cards you can spend resources to move that respective a little bit forward and yes these the I don't know I I didn't really think that wasn't exactly what I was looking for the fair experience at it to the game I really like the for more experienced players and and I really loved that there are multiple put this comes with a bit of complexity as well and it gives you he's needed when you play the game for the first time so for beginners I would recommend Kamata to the game but I personally prefer to add that additional a lot of good reviews for this expansion as well unfortunately we were not scarring at the end of the game so maybe my my as we had an appointment with another game we were able to gather one of the few affair we walked by the booze of these comeback of this company and we were asked if we want to make an appointment for a slot in the evening from from the seven one game I don't actually name what was special about the game was that there was a latch. TV In played a little role playing game on that TV by placing or miniatures on the TV all what's by US moving on the table so it fed little bit but like playing a`mad with different cards for example and some small coins so cards on the on the TV or these coins on the TV to determine your actions I am the opponents by pressing them a little bit down on the TV I love the experience because it was sound support and every and you were able to to press forward whenever you are you ready this awesome in a box here and there but the experience felt really really good and because I'm just a fan of of I have no clue what this game actually will cost at the end and if you have to buy the entire starter but if you're interested you should probably with then we went back home to the apartment we rented lot of fun at the two thousand nineteen but they will also some willing so.
Peru thrown into constitutional crisis amid power struggle
"Welcome to today's edition of the Club List we start in Peru which finds itself in the midst of a huge political crisis with two people Paul claiming to be the country's legitimate ruler after the president dissolved Congress opposition lawmakers rejected Essen sworn the vice president as acting leader critics have called the president Mahmoud Abbas Cata a dictator supporters though say he is acting to root out corruption well Natalia's via Peres professor fesser flats in American history at the University of Kent and she joins me on the line now from Peru's capital Lima Thank you fear time today begin by getting. Can you talk us through the origins of this standoff. What led the president to dissolve Congress. President has been trying to implement meant political change in the country in fight against corruption in July he announced that he wanted to step down a year earlier and call hall for a presidential and election because of the stand off between him and Congress that was the main issue in contention but what days before the crisis broke out Congress decided to appoint new judges to the Constitutional Court it which is the highest court in the land the equivalent of the Supreme Court and this was so that Congress which is controlled by the position of locomotives does would have absolute cover for future proceedings and the possibility of starting an impeachment process against president. Be Scott got it because they have enough votes for it now he had been threatening for some time that he he would dissolve. Congress if if they didn't accept his anti corruption measures do you think his opponents just all the he'd never actually do it. President v Scott I was very patient and with Congress and he had the constitutional possibility to dissolve Congress for two moments they rejected his cabinet in it and this was the second time so he was able to call for motion of a change in the tribunal's election election and if this wasn't carried out immediately by Congress they would beat solved and that is exactly what happened. They never thought that he would go go ahead with it but he basically called their bluff congress than try to swear in the vice president as acting leader though the the president seems to say that will as I have dissolved Congress that act had no legal weight. That's right so the at the very same time as the president was dissolving. Congress Congress was impeaching him extent in express fashion and swearing in the vice president resident as his replacement. This kind of has the support of the police and the military has been a real effort to make that play on on Social Media but what about the public where where does the does the bulk of public opinion stand here somewhere around seventy and eighty percent of the public are with President President Martin Scott up so that that suggests that in in a political battle the opposition is hiding nothing well. That's right and today things have moved who very quickly and the in effect. The only thing that remains from Congress is what's called the permanent commission and new parliamentary elections have have been called for January as stated per law within four months. There will be new elections ten of the members of of the dissolves. Congress have fled because they fear that their names will be revealed in the investigation of corruption by oil-rich because names will be released this week by the judiciary additionally the vice president has already resigned from her post. So here's a country where the full predescessors assessors of the current president of all being caught up in corruption scandals won't took his own life when the police turned up to detain him and `and members of the now dissolved. Congress do appear to be pushing back against someone whose stated aim is to clamp down on corruption listen that exactly right so that that assumes that the he perhaps has gotta point when he criticizes the current Congress and says the needs to be new elections uh-huh well that's right and also his proposal back in July was that it was should not just be a legislative election but also presidential election because the term is a fixed term that should have ended in July twenty twenty one but he thought that because of the kind of Congress there was and the fact that he hadn't been elected with with his own man that led him to believe that there should be new fresh elections in the country would be free to choose new representatives both for the executive and the legislative a two and the legislative decided this. This was not going to happen in that. They were going to prevent this from happening so that's what the confrontation was all about. MARVEZ cutters opponents plan to return to Congress at the end of the week to try and depose the president. Will they even be allowed in the building though well the Capri the permanent could commission an is has been allowed into the into Congress today and they will continue to be in session because is that is with the constitution mandates. If Congress does all the permanent commission remains effect in charge of the Congress until the new action now. The Organization of American States is among the groups that have been appealing for calm. You mentioned there's a significant level of public support for the president president so far but are there fears that the long this political standoff goes on the there is a chance that it could manifest into enterprise into trouble on the streets while the the protests are in support of the president and our against Congress and the president has the support of the armed forces and the police so so it's hard to believe that Congress will really be able to rally any kind of public support for itself Natalia. Thank you Nevada who is currently. Eh that in Peru. Thank you very much for your time
Clean Energy's Ever-Changing Policy Risk
"In the summer of two thousand eight Britta von Essen took an internship with a major investment bank after wrapping up business school. It was considered at the time one of the top places to work it was with a company called Lehman Brothers and it was actually a fascinating summer. I was working in their global power group but focused on renewable energy and you know there was a lot going on at the time. Tax Equity was really ramping up. People were figuring out how the structuring was going to work with that. There are a couple. IPO's that were right on the horizon so it was a fascinating summer from renewables perspective and also what was going on at Leeman. It's been an unnerving week for US financial markets and now the potential collapse of Lehman Brothers once the fourth largest investment firm in the US at at that time. Lehman Brothers was the top investor in renewables it had bought big portfolios of wind and solar projects. It was a leading equity investor and it was helping take companies public it was an exciting time but as the summer war on market conditions worsened investors got nervous in things got grim for Leman analysts say the bank's future is in doubt out afterward reported a loss of nearly four billion dollars in the last quarter. Leman brothers is suffered heavy losses as a result of the US housing slump while I was there. It was just constant reassurance that that these cycles are normal and and you know financial markets go through this occasionally and everything was going behind of course it was not fine be one of the watershed days in financial markets histories. He was a manic manic Monday in the financial markets. The Dow tumbled more than five hundred points after two pillars of the street tumbled over the weekend leman brothers or one hundred and fifty eight-year-old firm filed for bankruptcy in the lead up to the Leeann bankruptcy in the fall. IPO's fell apart project financing dried up and cleantech companies beneath loans underwritten by the bank were suddenly exposed to risks. They didn't foresee. BRITTA had a front row seat to all of it. After leaving lemon she picked up and moved to Italy where she helped build wind and solar projects for a German developer soon after she witnessed yet another period of chaos the swift rollback of feed in tariffs the Italian market came to a screeching screeching halt. It did teach me a lot about developer resiliency the fundamental optimism that is required to be of renewable energy developer and and taking the long view on a lot of these projects so British took those lessons and apply them to the next chapter of her career. She now advises clean energy companies knees on how to manage risk so you've managed to witness the collapse of one of the biggest investment banks and one of the biggest European renewable energy markets back to back. That's quite an entrance into the industry well. I swear it's not me I'm not the not the driver and all of this but I think what it taught me was that things change and the markets move and those that are resilient and those that figure out how to work in the new paradigms that they're given are the ones who are successful so I've taken a huge amount of those lessons into my current job and into my current business where I'm basically advising folks how to roll with the ever changing markets that we see in wind and solar. I'm Stephen Lacey in this episode produced in partnership with Cohnresnick and cohnresnick capital talking talking with British Ivano sin about those ever changing market conditions today Britta's a managing director at cohnresnick capital over the last decade. She's seen all kinds of market risk mostly expiring or changing policies that create financial risk you know I it was the sixteen o three grant expiring then it was. ITC expiring PTC's stepping down. What are the safe harbor policies we we didn't even get the IT safe safe harbor policies until fairly recently. I think it's just a fundamental aspect of this industry. It's Salat about planning for the unexpected in British. Job is to help figure out how to get renewable energy deals done in the face of those challenges so I sat down with her to unpack some of those policy uncertainties and what they mean for renewables and I wanted to know how often does policy change derail projects so I have. You've worked on project many projects that were potentially derailed that we manage to work around various policy changes. I think change in tax law was a really interesting time where we had to figure out how to keep the investors active of an investing in two projects that would probably not be commissioned for another twelve months and how to get around the fact that there was a very likely change in tax law to be passed at that time and yet nobody knew exactly what that was going to look like. I think this PG bankruptcy recently and the California I think it was a be ten fifty four the wildfire response bill that has been high in the mind of a lot of California developers at the moment who were focused on contracts with sce NASD Johnnie and whether or not those credit ratings. We're GONNA take ahead that policy was passed and I think both of those organizations are are quite secure and short up and that was that was great news for California winging developers across the board with or without contracts well. Let's walk through some of the big drivers and uncertainties around them so you mentioned. PG Ag any I'd like to talk about PG and understand. What are you now looking for in a bankruptcy proceeding what kind of risks to contracts tracks are there currently what has been sorted out and what's still left to be sorted out that would impact renewable energy developers so I believe there is still still quite a bit of uncertainty as far as the potential for PG any to cancel contracts that are considered out out of market today so these would be some of the earlier vintage. PPA's there are several conversations and I know cohnresnick has been a part of several several of these about trying to restructure this through bilateral negotiations with pg any and kind of nipping in the bud lead and coming to a good solution for all parties but otherwise I think there is still a strong degree of uncertainty here there there are investors who are then making plays in this and trying to pick up these assets making a bet as to whether or not there will be restructuring of the contracts are not as as well as you know. It's an unfortunate situation but it's certainly a very active group of projects and sponsors that are figuring out working working through how to navigate that uncertainty. Let's go to tax equity. The solar investment tax credit is now facing the beginning of its step down schedule this is obviously going to impact the economics of project development but we have had some clarity on this step down unscheduled for for years now how is facing down the IDC GONNA change the way projects are financed and does it present any risks that were not there previously so you're right. There is a very clear step down schedule which I think has been helpful for folks trying to new forecasts what this looks like that being said given the safe harbor provision. I would venture that there is a generic assumption option from those who are procuring. PPA's at the moment that their assets that their projects will be safe harbored many of the major. I pee pees Jason. Strategic are making significant safe harbor place. They are you know doing this both for their own projects jags and under the assumption that there will be Ebony advantages over the next few years which I agree with. I think a lot of these developers that are procuring making this assumption are going to limit themselves to buyers of the assets that can then fulfill the safe harbor in order to meet the Economics Amax. What do you think the chances of an extension of the investment tax credit are. I know that the Solar Energy Industries Association has all of a sudden and put this back on their priorities list. They think maybe there's an opening to extend the federal tax credit. What do you think the chances of that arc given what you know so there's a couple a couple aspects of this that are important absolutely it would be beneficial to the industry right that being said we are months away from the step down last time this extension happened. I think we had a good twelve months of lead time so it allowed loud folks to plan at least partially accordingly in this case you would actually jam up probably some more some of the more major players who have made significant safe harbor plays that would have been capital that was not necessary to deploy a and potentially at pricing that is not beneficial to their assets so there are mixed mixed feelings throughout the industry about this. I think there is a decent chance I also think it's interesting giving kind of the economic markets at the moment and the potential for a downturn. Let's call it in the next twelve to eighteen months renewable such a critical component of job security and job growth in the US economy at the moment that especially if we're facing some type of downturn it may increase congressional and government support for some type of extension here. What about the storage tax credit. That's been floating around Congress for for a long time if there is this renewed push for potential solar. It see where does the storage. I T C fit in there would would it be something separate. Would it be wrapped together. And what do you think the chances of getting this thing finally pastor. I think the storage credit is actually much more critical critical than the than the solar one in the in the near term here I think with Alda we will continue to have murkiness around trying trying to loop storage into either wind or solar tax credits which is is just messy. It's hard for investors to get their heads around it. Just adds a lot of confusion and it also limits what you can do from adding storage onto existing renewable energy projects objects. I think throughout the energy community there is a consensus that storage is a critical component that needs to be deployed on a large scale will in order for renewables to continue on the growth. It is an in order to hit. Some of these are targets hundred percent in California boring. If for example you you have to have the storage component there otherwise you're facing you know a variety of issues on you know intermittent see or demand or any variety of aspects so. I am a little more bullish on the storage tax credit. I I think a standalone tax credit does a lot to simplify and streamline financing aspects for storage whether or not it connected to renewables and whether or not commissioned at the same time as the
#139 The Reply All Hotline
"Restaurant. That's amazing. 'cause I was like I was on yelp. And I did like dollar dollar. And then there was all. That's a pretty savvy move wondering, wouldn't it? I mean, I told him that it was that was what I did. He thought smart. How the day go. Go while he thought it was. But I got a dollar out of it. I like the restaurant that much what you were telling us about congress internet interesting. It's no problem. After the break. We take some more calls. This episode of reply all is brought to you by squarespace squarespace. You can easily create a website that stands out all by yourself. I made this website called gopher grapes dot com, which is a place where you can grape about the world. And maybe I will read it in an ad like this ad right now, here's a great bills. With tips included. I like bills tips included. My crayons aren't sharp enough sharpener friends every time I get a haircut. It just goes back. You just need to make peace of hair. 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At the robot making plan, they'd be like, well, we don't really know how to program like the robot like reading your emotional cues. That's fine. More accurate. Atlassian their philosophy is openness does more than just produce. Better. Hypothetical co host teams feel safer less. Stifled more ready to do great things. To learn more about atlassian, what openness can do for your teams, go to last Sian dot com. That's AT L A S S. I N dot com. Hello. Who's that? My God I got through again. Do you? Remember your second question. Are you eating right now? I was I'm not anymore figured you guys gonna answer. Anyway, we've the phone twice for you. Now, I feel like the idea that we don't answer the phone is not something you're allowed to believe. Oh, I know. I don't eat more. Now. I'm a firm believer that you guys are not full shit. The phone. Fucking fall. And you're so full of shit. Back again. Do you? Remember your second question. Oh my gosh. Oh, all right. What is different between a proxy server, a whole and VPN and what what is your better choice between the free. Okay. Allison answer. This question doing from. What are you trying to figure out how to browse your net anonymously? Yeah. I yeah. Because like, you know, you go on the dark web and shit, and I have a VPN and all that. But like with this you need to bridge. But like, okay. So what if I have a VPN what's the point of having a proxy or bridge? You know what I'm saying? Like, I I don't understand like why you need all that shit. So I don't totally know the answer to your question. Okay. When I know is VP N is essentially like, basically, it's a virtual private network that that's what stands for it. What it means is like you are now part of a network that is elsewhere on the internet. So it's not technically a server it's more like you are. Connected to a different network and in your your traffic, all when it hits the internet. All looks like it's coming from this network which have somewhere else. I don't know. Exactly what a proxy is. So I don't know the difference between that and the minor saying is it's it's a server that you're that is between you and the place you're connecting like, you're sending your traffic. I try to you you send it to see so. Okay. So I guess that's the difference. Proxy servers like an actual, computer. You're hitting whereas of APN is a network that you're connecting to. What are you doing on the dark web? You know, just off and stuff. Hello. Hey, are you there? Hello. Is there way at can you chat with him? I mean numbers are coming in so fast. I don't know how we would do it. Can't you see which ones like connected with like, no. Because we connect over that phone. Country for jerky is ninety. Well, hey, we're still here. Don't hang up back. What's your what's your question? Okay. So I like ever since like ninth grade or something I've been like working real hard on my English. I don't know if that's parents. Your English is your English is amazing. Oh, thank you so much and ever since like twenty six I've been really working hard and trying to like get into college abroad. And so towards the end of last year December last year, I take the tea and I get a fifteen forty grand. That's really good and like in two thousand sixteen Trump comes into office at obviously, there's a travel ban. And I'm the longer allowed into the USO Cup. I really attack. Oh, that's okay. Just take your time. We're here. And so like the only option I had then was Canadian universities. And I try to register to the best of my ability on the internet. And I just like there was the west sites all of them were so bad and like just like hard to actually use like so many problems like, for example. My name is all cats and English. But because that's how we do it in Syria. I don't know who decided that. And so like on a lot of the like websites, I put my name, and they were all like, oh, your name is case sensitive. So you need to capitalize it as it is in your life passport and. I go in there and put it in all caps because that's the way it isn't my passport. And they're like we can't accept that. And so I literally hit him up. I. I call them. I call the university. And they're like, we don't know that they're just like, we don't know flat out that that's like McGill. Oh, yeah. I went to McGill there. I had very bad experiences. When I needed help with them. You went to got. Okay. Yeah. So like, I kind of missed all of my deadlines now. And it's like these three months have been super depressing roomy. I like, I just don't know. What to do? I've been like searching for counselors on the internet. I put Hurley pointed anyone and like, I don't know if that's even something that like you said anything so. Yeah. I don't know what I'm doing. Let's try to help. So it sounds like you need somebody. You literally need somebody who can help to navigate the college admissions process. I mean, it's not like we know first hand, but we can will help. Yeah. Well, that that's I get so much. I'm really sorry that you're going through this. How long have you been in Turkey? I've been since like twenty thirteen and are you with your family? Yeah. Can't gather. What's your family like like what mom dad siblings? I have three siblings. All females. That's how I grew up younger or older. I'm the youngest kid and what like what's your life like in Turkey right now. Like where are you talking to us from on from Essen like I've been in mesh on this whole time ten and I can't like go to Ghazi and tap. I can't go to temple unless I have a permit. And what does it take it? That. You have to have either family somewhere off, and they don't always accept that. Or you have to have something like a test or something like when I took my say t's I had to fly out on car. And so what do you do your done with school? What are you doing with yourself? I like, I skipped I went to school year earlier like like, I get your and so yeah, I'm done with school now. But like, I'm most old as a senior your student, and are you working? Not really Alex said that like he was your dad, and it's okay. You know, I'm not trying to. Yes, it's fine. Not working. I was just curious to know like the thing is as Syrians were not allowed to our care, regardless. If you have like a college degree or anything, I think we simply instated some sort of process for people to you know, convert their diplomas college diplomas and try to work here. But for now, it's mostly like educational field, and like markets and stuff that get the jobs that can work. But otherwise, no can do anything. How do people just like survive financially? We've just been like borrowing money from my grandpa from my own call for the past like three years four years. And that's what we've been subsisting off for the whole time that sound. Really, really, really hard. Yeah. Tim has a question for you. Go ahead. Hey, how's it going south? Okay. This is a kind of uninformed question. But I'm just really curious. So I live in Berlin, Germany, there's a huge Syrian population there. And I've met a lot of Syrians. And I'm just curious is that I don't know. I'm I'm genuinely cares. I don't know. Is that a thing that you guys think about is Germany so possible to emigrate to or has is that become really difficult. We wanted to go at some point back in like twenty fifteen my dad and sister wanted to go to Sweden or something like one of those countries. And basically what you do that is be get on a boat, and you go all the way there. But right, all it's very dangerous and a lot of the smugglers are, basically criminals. Do you might get still income? I get you're definitely gonna stuff stolen on the way there. You might never get there. You might think whatever. But like my dad and sister, we're going to go the way it works. Is that like once a family member goes there like your parents like your dad, he can reunite and with all of? With all of his children as long as they're under the age of eighteen and so my sister was above eighteen and if you had to go. I feel like it was really scary. You know, the days weighed in to it. And eventually. The day came they were going. I went to school, and I turned and turns out they hadn't gone and. Like right about that time. There was a law that was put in place that would prohibit Syrians from traveling between states between Turkis states or cities without a permit. And so my dad was on his way to like wherever the city was where they were going to get smuggled, and they didn't let him get get through. And so here turn and that was that. Did it did it make you feel? Did they make you feel disappointed or sad that he wasn't able to make it or were you just glad that he was not in harm's way. Obviously, I was come freighted. But. A lot of my friend had gone meant that we're going to reunite with them. And it's really not good here in Turkey, and no jobs. Yeah. I obviously, I I don't enjoy my stay here. And so I would have been happy had he like gotten there safely and reunited with us. They're put this e you know. Yeah. Totally. You don't like anyone hawks pay. picks. So Alex day has been asking people on dude. It's really important to know that reason to me to know he said he wants to with pretty much everybody. Whether they think they're PJ or an Alex foundational thing. Alex. Recklessly? Thank you sow. We're the same height. How tall PJ? Hey eleven. Yeah. You're on six feet. I can't I'll walk around on my knee. All right. We're gonna try VR. We can help you. Okay. Thank you so much. Yeah. I love you so much. I I'm both in Alexander PJ. No on your an ally year. Okay. Everyone has all right. Take care love you. Bye. So we have our conversation last Thursday since then we found too many the McGill admissions department who's looking over sows transcripts and helping him navigate their system. Macgill's student run Syrian student association is also helping out if you are one of our listeners any working college admissions in North America, and you want to help out just in this an Email reply allocate media dot com. Obviously, the problem sows having is way way broader than just him. There's tons of smart Syrian kids who have been displaced who want to go to college, and it's very hard for them to get there. If you're interested in this. We found to organizations that seem to be working on it. There's one called juicer J U S O R. It's a group of Syrian ex-pats trying to help kids. Find opportunities. The other one is the institute of international education. I e they've program called peer where they tried to find scholarships and opportunities in connect them with refugee students said he keep us updated. So if there's more news with him, we'll let you know. And finally, just thank you to everybody who called or who wrote in it was fun to ineptly trying to solve your problems. Thanks.
US And Essen discussed on Garret Lewis
"You this market minute. US stocks are pointing to a lower openness morning following the worst week for the Dow and the s&p five hundred since last March the Dow one Essen peop- were down four and a half percent
"essen" Discussed on Food Psych
"The amount of energy my body takes from it is going to be different than the amount of energy your body takes from it. So this idea of calorie counting totally false apart. Because we have this gut microbiome inside it was actually depend deciding for us how much of that energy my actually going to extract which to me is like really really interesting now. Although I worry, I totally worry that diet cultures gonna seize on that and be like, okay. So let's figure out how to make the microbiome of a larger body person much more like the microbiome of a smaller body person. Let's like the hack the microbiome to change people's weight. Like only a I can't even I think that's probably not that far around the corner. Like, I think that that fear is probably going to be realized pretty soon because researchers are always already doing kind of versions of that research with stool cultures. But this is again, where you I kind of really put it back hush inside and say we are so early in our understanding of this that the. Idea that if you see a supplement coming up on the shells really soon that is sort of selling to you take this blend of probiotics essentially like take this bacteria to get your body to a certain size. That is we will. Call absolute bullshit out exists full-on, Bolsheviks Vata's, fat phobia that is what that is. And I'm sure that there's gonna like, you know, diet culture, anyone is steeped in diet culture has such a desire to find that magic bullet to find the thing that's gonna like finally shrink bodies because decades and decades of research has shown that bodies really resist being shrunk. And they'll do everything they can to not be shrunk. And so I think that this is just another one of those things that the culture at large is going to put out as though it's this magic bullet. But just as you know, there have been so many things like that over the years like leptin was supposed to be this magic bullet flair and diet pills. Various kinds of diet pills. That have come on the market that have been had to be. Recalled because they caused heart problems and things like that. So I was totally thinking about the left. It example, when you said that that's what it reminded me. This idea that scientists going to discover a key, and that we can just you know, sort of supplement to into our bodies, you know, to get this desired result of a smaller body his like failed Essen failed us failed at so perhaps. I shouldn't be you know, I so easily like just sort of discounted. Unlike that's ridiculous..
"essen" Discussed on First Take
"Two plus one or three plus one, but somebody will give him the Mexicans. I I'm not a lotta mex-. Max means the most years for the most money, diplo. Like, Anthony Davis may never take a Mexican in his career, then right? But it will be available to right, okay. Fair. I I'm not I wasn't one hundred percent convinced that even those maxes mini maxes, whatever we're going to be available to drain on for the exactly the stay. And his aging has always been fascinated me because his brain is most important athletic Essen, and that is age proof. And so it, and that's what I think you mean by old man skills, right? Like the, but but but I'll get to it. And so it's easy to look at that and say, well, he his brain is going to age like Klay Thompson shooting. It's never going to go away. And so he should be age group. But I look at him. In his body type shorter than his position long arms shirt doesn't really jump high and gets by because he sees what's going to happen before anybody else, and he arrives at the rim before anybody else would and makes a point, and that's partly because his brain and partly because he has quick feet and all that and long arms, but like his margin for error on those plays is zero. He barely gets there. Because nobody else would he makes the place that nobody else would lying on Spidey hits. And you barely get there. That's the nature of making a play. The nobody else would make as you barely make. And it's the same thing on offense. He's he gets all these weird floaters layups or you think man that ain't going, and it's like he just gets enough space and have written this before. And I've said this before I am very should see what happens when his f lettuce declines five percent because that may be that means is age proof. Zach I understand your point. And I think it's a really good one. And right. There's not old. Bill James, I wrote about this, you know, years ago, if you enter the league where other people wind up where do you evolve to you know, so there's less margin for error Bill James writing about baseball. Of course, I don't think the brain is age proof this, you know, if you look at the history of chess, you would assume that as players accumulate knowledge that's wisdom, and it's not physical. And so you can the as you get older, you get better and better and better until you die. Right. You're going to be the greatest ever intuitively that feels right? It's why if you watch like the Koen FU flicks. The most powerful guy the guy with the old long white beard, accumulated, the most knowledge. It's not the way it works in chess. You have a prime and it coincides roughly, although later that with the physical prime of an athlete and part of that is because it's there's a, you know, a degree of stamina you need and everything else apart of it is because young man has a bigger imagination more daring than than an old, man. And and the car Larry in the NBA, I would say I don't think it's about imagination and daring as an older player. Although those are great words describe how dream on plays for sure for sure, but he's gonna need that to to keep playing at that level. But it's the league changes even in subtle ways..
About 14 percent of American adults report smoking
"Essen health saint louis university hospital dr patel what's your health tip for us for the week well i think i was more concerned about that smoking report a fourteen percent of adults in the us and twenty two percent of adults in the state of missouri are smokers and i think that's very concerning because smoking in my mind is number one through ten thing that you could stop doing that would improve your health improve your life expectancy smoking is associated with a number of diseases lung problems up bronchitis emphysema lung cancer cardiovascular diseases heart attacks and strokes and frankly in my mind nobody really wants to be limited in their ability to do the things they really want to do right spend time with families do their hobbies do their job whatever that might be smoking detracts from all of that and so reduces your ability to do that and again reduces your life expectancy so to me the health tip of the week is stop smoking good advice dr patel thanks a lot joining us slow cares dr patel is the chief medical officer at sm health saint louis university hospital he's also an infectious disease specialist that's all the time we after this week's show thanks a lot for joining us and thanks also to all of our guests who shared their expertise with us if you want to listen to this show online please log onto dot com and you can find.
"essen" Discussed on Before the Millions
"Financial success or otherwise there are many many different roads that can get you there but you see i think you have a choice that she can choose a road maybe as real estate maybe it's abandoned properties maybe as vacant distressed properties you can choose that road but you can also make another choice you can drive that road in the old clunker that does ten miles an hour or you could utilize learn first and then utilize some of the laws that put you in a for and you should down that road in other words going the path of less resistance not prepared a greater resistance in other words boring after your bliss going after what you want rather than what you don't want if they're not going to get out of the question give me a typical day in your life give me what some of the routines in habits that you do to to ensure a prosperous day okay i started out got kind of track nowhere or with the essen feed does we'll sit up or trades on the snp if we get our trade field early than we're all to the races we can hang out in the house do what we want you cook a little bit i might get little bit we'll go out in the yard and play with the garden we'll get in the car and we'll take a drive some place i have the dog and all the trunk stay not trump aback tesla so doesn't absolutely a trunk but is the real big backs face and she'll go jump in the back in a row takeoff in spin the day are in comeback in be a family again we have streaming media service so we watch tv watch movies until our is star juvenile it's a line of doing what it is that we want when we want the only thing that we're tied to is in the morning we set our trades on the sat in that's six thirty in the morning six thirty to about seven thirty or so nowhere.
"essen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Thomas von essen as the town relief center where they found save as mayor angelo cruz cruise tells them that he's down to his last palette of rice and desperately needs a generator opened the local hospital buchanan bonus and tell him not to worry generators are coming they said help is coming up pulling any history he can't work still flowing commodities in von essen said they had as many as five hundred generators on the island before the storm the men said within days thousands of residents will get new plastic roofs buchanan said five hundred thousand tarps will be handed out there are five hundred thousand more blue tarps a small ones coming in over the next week so these get pushed to all the mayor the problem was it wasn't true what most people know by now is that none of that happened and millions of people sat in the dark for months many struggling without food or water npr in frontline got an inside look at what was behind the problems obtaining hundreds of pages of internal documents and emails what they show is a government relief agency in chaos struggling with key contracts basic supplies and its own workforce fema never had five hundred generators on the island before the storm it had twenty five it's pasta groove program was out of plastic and the most tarps fema ever produced was one hundred and twentyfive thousand months after people needed them in an interview famous federal coordinating officer for maria michael byrne said the agency was stretched thin by multiple storms and that puerto rico's island geography was challenge after a category for hurricane those villain here there's a thing it's the one hundred and ninety mile an hour winds and fifty inches of rain that's the that's what did the damage to the people we've done nothing but try to remedy that for as much as fema and the army corps may have tried as we traveled across the island in the.
Trump Tower fire was an accident, fire department says
"Fell at home and garden stores and clothing stores wall street higher by the closing bell the dow up two hundred twelve points the nasdaq up forty nine the s and p five hundred up twenty one this is npr news and you're listening to wnyc in new york at five oh four i'm jamie floyd authorities say overloaded power strips sparked the deadly trump tower fire in new york city that killed one person earlier this month the new york fire department says the april seventh fire was accident caused by sequenced power strips powering multiple components seventysevenyearold todd brass ner died after being pulled from the apartment which did not have sprinklers or smoke alarm the fifty eight story trump tower opened in nineteen eighty three at a time when building codes did not require the residential section to have sprinklers a requirement donald trump wants fought against as a real estate developer he later changed his views flash flooding has left many subway stations inundated with water today wnyc's steven essen reports despite videos of waterfalls pouring onto platforms it used.
"essen" Discussed on Today's Health And Wellness
"Now you tell irian jaya aggressive you're against essen whereas mind there okay okay so we're doing right now we're doing ten foods with that are high in gee i know g i is a glycemic index movement so this is these are carbohydrates that basically two terms how fast they get absorbed into the bloodstream and how fast they're digesting so basically we want to we want the lower glycemic index carbohydrates the digest very slow so the lower the number the slower at digesting the higher the number the more rapid a digest in it spikes are insulin and that's all the nasty things that we have so so i'm asking ashley right now ten foods that are high in the glycemic index meaning they digest very rapidly and spike insulin so all right you ready comrade any all right three two one all right after this is the number one ingredients make making sweet sugar boom okay this is some bees make honey okay this is something that it gets planted underground and you pull them up almost a like they they're they're they're lounges potatoes boom okay so this is what you make sandwiches out of brand bread boom okay so how 'bout you can't read this at all the original earlier this in the morning for breakfast cereal and but oatmeal yes no you're right but it some it it it it kinda expands it's if something expands it gets bigger it how 'bout in time what is this a puff syria al puddles cereal i think we count syria we got rice cakes let's at let let let's pull the audience old on yet asking them and as yet.
The Deal, Nikki Federal EPA and John discussed on Pickle
"Two. I mean, we've been talking about MBK today whose lived to be seventy years old in the National Zoo. Who would she have lived a better life out in the wild? That depends on what we think a good life from Biko would be Aristotle ination Greek philosopher thought that all species had an Essen said they were supposed to live up to. So an elephant has an elephant T essence. And in order
Pickle, Time Magazine and Russia discussed on Pickle
"Two. I mean, we've been talking about MBK today whose lived to be seventy years old in the National Zoo. Who would she have lived a better life out in the wild? That depends on what we think a good life from Biko would be Aristotle ination Greek philosopher thought that all species had an Essen said they were supposed to live up to. So an elephant has an elephant T essence. And in order to
"essen" Discussed on RobinLynne
"This evening speak with him resumes screens mina said we're not minding on the summit's hit the see those legal side hustles pointless at the jazz team of the yours node at essen attentiveness of up in central is the feces they resorted whether michael benyair among young one one of those understand less when colombian fm as they will see at night on noise dismissals fistful medical piece of wood on not this defeat sms shuttle things yet aw dummy museums venus for ganging lifted stepped on loss of it's ten it's not as awesomeness of was sinister thoughts me ms avas normal sauna sonal stained glass from the north with fast enough in a moment let's get on with us and when police had such a good deal of modern seminar got since one someone is on less got sadly functioning touched less fat seek assaults on a swing a free stats typically besitas front can't cay kassian leonard speed with him medium clean speech two.
"essen" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"To doing well again right of resistant i resisted i resistant are resistant and finally i can't take it anymore i should been i'm i gave up and i'm i'm investing fried about the time when we're about to see something else happened right and so it's it's that kind of and frankly were were we're all emotional being right we all react we all their this this whole aspect of finance call behavioral finance right which is understand ending how people how they make choices when they are faced with with different stressful situations right that's one aspect of it and it applies to the markets so so a process a strategy allows you to if you trust in it right and if you can show that it's done those things over time it allows you to just trust in that process and not react not reactors usually going to react at the wrong times all different things absolutely i mean your strategy is sort of like the pilot of the plane you realize we're going through turbulent times i'm just going to sit back read my magazine i'm going to let the pilots do what he's trained to do and we'll get through it and that's exactly that's exactly what have the bucket strategy will do some of that right because it it it's sort of says okay well don't don't react with your longterm assets to a shortterm issue yet right because don't worry we secured part of your your cash your cash on your income needs no matter what the party of the essen period at times don't worry don't worry that this this bucket three may be going down in the short run you don't have to react to that and it allows you to step back and take some the emotion out of it now if we then look one stem deeper into the actual portfolios that are part of the buckets we're trying to do the same thing there we're trying to reduce volatility especially on the downside right so that so that we can say okay you know don't don't panic.
"essen" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And and and and set the precedent and said the set the precedent or had ruling on the supreme court that would be the law of the land instead of this is just the law here right and and new would restrict down further restrictions in in other cities the point of bringing the sucked though is that can the fight the has continued for years now what was a decision in washington was at two thousand seven or two thousand eight i was thinking two thousand six that may be two thousand eight and build this is this is how long it's been going on at my supreme court made the decision in other heller decision and the decision washington i just can't think of the name of the decision in washington here at the moment in in in my head which in essen said the the second amendment is uh is a individual right it is a right enjoyed by individuals and and washington and chicago had to change their ways when it came to allowing legal citizens to own firearms the vast majority a minority population in both of those in both of those urban areas and that's why when you had yesterday the tweet out by the uh the the singer from hollywood again i forgot his name baneh rickman eric benet just don't have no i can't remember at your name and i can't remember it eric eric eric eric benet and then patna's walton and others the actor and and others jumping on board where he said well if a black man a registered an own guns will then congress would pass guncontrol laws making it a racist issue it's only been a racist issue from the point of view if you look at the left trying to make it over the last couple of decades make it impossible for law abiding minorities in urban areas like washington d c and chicago to enjoy the same a to experience and enjoy the same second amendment rights as enjoyed your all the suburbs of the significant portion of the suburbs across the country it is the left that was doing it not the right it was republicans and it was the nra that was standing by lawabiding citizens irrespective of your religion your race as your nationality your gender your sexuality stating that you have a right to sell protection it's the exact opposite of what eric benet and.
"essen" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Uh obviously plenty to choose from since i was one of the best and most influential shows and television history steve what is your favorite single episode of television zaire's abraham oh episode lake of the essen episode of my the best it doesn't have any from your favorite show but it was just the best hour or halfhour that you've ever seen for all right battle all of the bastards there are two or three from damon thrones najah urb wood said the red wedding red weddings crazy heart home people like heart ahram hold door is a good episode i am a huge fan of the finale of season five were searched he goes crazy that's a great one and because what it was called handed sirtzi because there has graci iosco's days is a common just jumps authorized thin becomes king in the north and all that stuff but i would say battle the bastards is my single and i would say next best is the series finale of breaking bad see i wouldn't say the series so mahershala at one was great there were two or three at his james zone so nerdy to say right you know other one peter gould road called as mondia about it was like the second to last one you want to think of something people have seen do you watch reap wrote i do you remember a couple of years ago they did this series the the the second was the second to last episode i think two seasons ago where they're all testifying before congress yes single best halfhour of comedy i've ever seen.
"essen" Discussed on Channel 955
"Our friends at essen acts in kiss fm we we are going to do it all the time and of a weird thing read you had to your towns to we're gonna die include everybody else in uh our car giveaways coming up you're next but amanda while the eyes the contests called mo joe's mystery machine you're now qualified okay full hero and so the contest is pretty cool it's uh a qualification to win the car or win the cash the car or twenty thousand dollars cash the thing is we don't even know what kind of card is that we're giving away tomorrow we'll find out there's only one person that does not even lady who you know runs the the dealership and listeners are going to go and stand in front of cars and a lot and one of those cars and the lot were given away like the coolest thing ever all of a sudden yep in their car you only reason we came up with this contest as we've given away camaros and mustangs and wrangler zain so many cool cars were like how can we do it differently and we're like how 'bout we don't know until we until they actually you win what kind of car would you stand in front of to try to win tomorrow high preval rubber at over all the awesome yeah silver auto pickup truck at her that uh hopefully tomorrow morning okay all right we'll see you tomorrow morning i want to also threw out a plug for slim he is going to be doing a bar appearance in novine michigan at twenty nine yet tomorrow obviously said tomorrow's gonna be busy day given the way the car so uh i wanna mention it that i'll be there tomorrow and right now we're giving away vip booths disclose absolutely beautiful i just stand in front of the booth and whichever booth it is i get at both euro at george hill well we're daito what a.
"essen" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"essen" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Point five you get a reallife broadcast that question pools in new jersey like i said i love the idea i always wanted paul always thought i would get on and i always like plan that if i ever got one it would be an above ground poll because with the above ground when we lived in union city we had one like twenty four feet around three feet high was pulled up to the backyard of moved to mall burial and became became the beverly hill belize and suddenly you're 48 would puljic for kidney in the yard everybody at a com crash every weekend in essen lifestyle they maintained till i got the hell out but i always thought there one day i would have the swimming pool and i want the the above ground because i have pretax is on it and they want the above ground boarded the down and get rid of it but but i always preferred the i always preferred pools in this year i was lucky enough to find the membership to a pool and you but then do all the work i will this room or find the front with a pool as we go i mean if you have your own pool as a lot of work it's a lot of maintenance and a lot of you know is expensive as would called earlier and said you know they're going to spend near uh they started out the unity gonna has been like fifteen to twenty spending forty and then you've got to maintain it every year and then you've got to entertain won't you maintain it and then after awhile nobody wants it anymore and there's so many people that have pools that you never usm the kids are away when you had the kids the pool was always great the kids god as you and the pool and now we find out that like don't want any part of any of this because you know more and more surveys and studies show that millennials don't wanna buy the mcmansions they wanna go back to the city they want the small you know they want small they want space the not looking for your junk may wanna you know hey look at my big video library really look good look luca my phone i have everything you have one eight hundred three three one award five we have got to discuss the.
"essen" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"All right there is a part of me the sort of grumpy jan acts part of me that looks at essen says a spoilt millennials wanted to travel around the world work remotely and have everything be perfect dealers get their reaction from from grumpy gen xers yes you mean yes horse all the time now we we get that reaction from grumpy everybody rate in look i i understand where the sentiment is coming from i think that there's a lot of misinformation out there about millennials in what they want and what they in what motivates them and in what makes them tick right we live in a world now where it's either i mean used to hear you in five years ago ten years east here about worklife balance right what does that mean i don't know what that is i think a lot of people don't know what that is we live in a connected world i think it's it's work life integration outright and and so everything is connected everything's integrated in so you have to look at that work life integration and say okay i'm my work in my life are going to be integrated regardless so how can i make this something where i'm still working i'm so progressing my career but i'm not missing out on some of the great experiences of life and i and i feel like i'm a meeting you people and i'm growing personally and i'm understanding the world and in all the stuff so it's not about hey we just want to travel in party have a good time it's about what makes millennials taken it's not so much the financial stability it's not 401 k matching its they feel connected the world in worlds calling in they feel like these global citizens and there's some good wholesome things behind this kind of push to travel and explore and be part of a bigger thing that isn't just a kind of a cell selfish one off act.