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"feld" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"feld" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"We had the ostriches who put their heads in the sand. Say it's going to be over soon. That's not working out so well and then you have the other ones who went into panic mode so some went to panic mode running around like a chicken with their head cops so they needed some help. But you had some of those gone. I got an idea. Someone knows something more than me. Who is that person. And they sought us out march april and may for me with the hands down busiest months because a lot of business owners were freaking out what they needed. Was someone from a sound mind who wasn't emotionally and financially attached to their business getting their head back into the game and shifting their perspective on businesses. Not the way it was a month ago. Let's shift over. It's still business. You can still operate. Life will go on. This is going to be okay and how to make that shift. They just needed a little hand on will help to get that ship. Mindshift him gordon. Now you're talking about essentially the faced in feminine and your flattening out by coming back into the fold and understanding the impacts of what they're doing now another thing that i'm thinking about is because of the nature of the world we live in innovation must be very very important right now. Can you tell us a little bit about your views on the innovation. Yes i'll give you an example. A business owner called me up rights. Everything went down a very good medium. Size restaurant held about seventy five people. Quitting the order said no one in the restaurant. they didn't know what to do. They've never done takeout. They've had carry out but they've never had delivery. They've never thought of any reasons and we were talking. It's like wait a minute. They're relentless about getting on. Everyone signed up for their newsletter. I think we're missing. And they don't see because they're just.

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"feld" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:14 min | 2 months ago

"feld" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Who who is your target margaret. Who do you serve. How do you serve them. How are you going to deliver to them. It could be all done a one page paper. It'll take time. It's not easy once. You know what your business is. Now you can get in the nitty gritty. How you what is the message. You need to communicate to them that you're going to deliver a palm. This seems to me like something that you know. A a person thinks that. Because i have access to google that they have access to all of the answers and i think we'll watch this rate this post or watched this video. They have the golden golden goose that lays the egg. But they're not now. I'd love to use that as a bit of a segue into how important it is to have somebody by your side to help you work through this. Is there a need to have a relationship with someone like yourself to six eight. Do you think absolutely. I learned that way. Before i had my first business. I actually had a mentor and my mentor actually gave me. They let me see the the spots. I can't see those blind spots in my own life whereas they could see them because they're seeing it from a different point of view. This mentor really guided me and gave me some different drives that i didn't even have him. I didn't think i had in me. And then that's when. I realized years later he goes you. You were one of my best mendez. I'm a i was you. Were my mentor. I it never clicked in a here. I am every week. We talk for about thirty minutes and he just helped me in life. Then when i got the business the first thing i did is i went and got mentor immediately. 'cause i only know what i know. I know i didn't know a lot. My mentor actually helped me and told me you need to get a coach. So i was my mentor. Right a coach. That was the turning point from that point board and since then. I've always had a coach. I can't be a coach to someone. If i don't have a coach slash two coaches. Yes so you're going through seventy right you absolutely. They helped see things that i am not seeing myself. I mean michael jordan probably arguably the greatest basketball player ever. He had twelve coaches so to hear his best of the best twelve coaches. He had a nutrition coach. A shooting coach had dribbling code. He knew he cannot see himself doing this. He knew someone else can see things that he can't see or feel and that's why he brought these people i think because you're working with other human beings they have a set of beliefs and they hold different values than maybe yourself v very good better indifferent when you your going into this space and you're working with your clients do you teach them or Introduce them to new ideas in terms of mindset and passion behavior and health and wellbeing. Where does it. Where does it go in terms of what you provide. I've always said. I'm a business. Because i liked the number is i like the fact of the business but i've learned over years. I'm also art life coach. I do need to get them in the right frame of mind so they can see things from a different perspective. A lot of times business owners..

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"feld" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"feld" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Yes written three books right up there. I a- co founder of a publishing company with another individuals so they brought beginning to my yang to here. They're good onto the. I'm not good on the type writing the copy writing and the the details and covers. That's their strength but we created something that anyone could use as an expert. Look that's what we're kind of calling it. So you want to set yourself apart from say being a realtor in the insurance person. How'd you set yourself apart when it's just. Oh here's another real estate. Another insurance agent by having your own book. Showcasing what how you help your clients and highlighting you and how you work with your clients that will set you apart. It's a quick little read fit ten to fifteen minutes about fifty to eighty pages down and dirty but everyone we've ever created one of those books for they disclosed backup data. That's now my new calling card book. Yeah well it's the it's the twenty first century vision of business cat. Isn't it absolutely now. Talk to me about the process of becoming an author. You've talked about how that's not against your strength but you stuck to it. You know you had that tenacity to see it through against starting from the end i how did it feel when you finally completed your first book. Let alone three. And what is the process that you went through to stay the course to the end i think the end in mind. When do i want it. Ready to be edited. When am i going to hand it off to the copywriter. So they can start working their magic and clean up my batting crown. I joke about it. But that's why i bring these. That's their strength. That's not my strength. My strength is businesses. But i get it out of my head. And i'm one of those handwriting people so i have the dates and then i actually schedule it in my calendar backwards. You went the bigger. How much time. Create my outline and this outline and i'm a free throwing re throat flowing i see how i right. Get it out of my head. Then i go back in and now we're going to put it in. That's right outlined already. Have the outline now. We tied a format it. I'll do one more at it myself. Then send it off to them. I know it's gonna take them a month or two. Usually they can do everything within thirty days. So i get it to them. They give me back. Approve august through that one more proof and then here..

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"feld" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"feld" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Such a thing for you. Oh yes i am in phoenix arizona. I love the heat. We've been having a cold front recently but we're in backup sit pitchers By free time. I was actually spending a lotta time. The workshops for score mentor and in teaching karate. Twenty the pandemic kinda shut all that down. Wow so how. How long have you done full seven years. I had a goal to reach my black belt very late in life and miss my goal by exactly three weeks because i had shoulder surgery regulations on that. I think that's a karate wonderful thing to do. My boys do karate and they love it. I think it's great for discipline. And i think that's very relevant to this conversation. It's probably a good place to ductile into your discussion about your career as a certified an award winning coach but i think if we go back one step stave and just ask if you could place just to reveal a little bit about your foam professional experiences because i know that you have with some pretty major brands at some fortune. Five hundred companies. Would you mind sharing a little bit about that with the mafia audience. Yes i've actually owned and operated six. Different businesses operated businesses for three others. I've worked for a division of warner brothers farmers insurance and starwood. I actually was the general manager of a place called. Rawhide which was an eighteen eighties western. Themed town chat is typical business. And we're overseen by starwood didn't know what to do with us because they're used to these nice resorts and everything and we are in the dirt shooting each other. What better way to leave this. Tell us your experience with the harlem globetrotters harlem globetrotters. I was with them for few years. I actually took their merchandise global. I was a director of opera director of merchandise operations. So we just went through and i started bringing ecommerce into play even how to market be on the the event itself so doing the e commerce we even created some booklets that we gave out at the shows and then we got a lot of repeat business and that actually grew the business. Phenomenally we add some monster growth that they've never ever seen before in merchandise sales. Now this leads me to the obvious question. You did walk away with some wonderful merchandise yourself hopefully created quite a bit of it seen a lot of your work and i've done my research and the things that you've achieved with your clients In one to one settings group settings seminars and speaking. it's just phenomenal. you've you've been able to turn some businesses around from pretty much going out of business. Bicycling to being very very successful. I'd love to talk a little bit more about that in a moment but you've also authored and if i'm correct me if i'm wrong that you started your own book business as well..

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How to Make Your City an Entrepreneurial Hotspot

The Small Business Radio Show

04:40 min | 5 months ago

How to Make Your City an Entrepreneurial Hotspot

"Brad Feld welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. I'm delighted to be here. Brad. You've been a leader of the early stage investor for a very long time. In fact, you found I think one of the most important startup institutions techstars. How did you get started in this whole startup community? Well I started my first company in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seven. and. With a partner grew, it was a self funded business. We sold it to a public company in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three. I started making investments as an angel investor with the money that I made from that but I told my wife Amy. That We'd move to Bowl I told her that we'd be we we leave Boston. We're living by tomorrow was thirty. She told me she wanted to move to boulder about two months before I turned thirty and I was welcome to come with her. Sounds like. Right it's kind of. Talk goes sometimes. So we went and we moved to boulder. We knew one person he moved away. So when I moved to Boulder in nineteen, ninety, five, I didn't know anyone. And I didn't really expect to do any business and I was investing on the East Coast to the West Coast flying around all the time. And what's happened over the last twenty five years is not only have I been involved in creating spectacular startup community in boulder. I really got my mind around what a startup community was. I labeled it with my first Burqa two thousand twelve called startup communities. Came up with some fundamental principles around it but importantly. Had Two assertions one every city in the world needs a startup community as part of the engine of the city for long term health and development. The. Second is that as humans we choose to live and bill are like around it rather than go somewhere because as the cliche used to go. If you want to build a Tech Company, you've got to move to Silicon Valley and maybe you in two thousand twelve and it's reinforced today by what's happening around the world is that you can build great new companies anywhere in the world and. The startup communities that have evolved everywhere in the world support preneurs building couples, and that's why I think you're you're the updated version of your book startup, Communities Building Ecosystem in your city, which comes out this month is so important because as I used to travel around when you remember when used to be able to travel by air use again, an airplane Brad and was no problem Oh. Yeah. That was. Can't remember it seems like we used to do that. Maybe even last year I exactly. I would visit these cities against age I would speak and I was an angel investor in the early two thousand people say, well, we can't do that because we're not silicon valley right? We're not boulder. We're not Austin. But as you say it's important and you believe that every city can do that. Where do you start? There's lots of different. Pieces to it. But the very important starting point is to recognize that the leaders of startup community has to be entrepreneurs. So you have to look to and have a critical mass of entrepreneurs in your city. Or committed. To taking a long-term Journey Alec to say at least twenty years. To, build a startup community in that town and it's especially powerful for entrepreneurs. You don't have to be successful you don't have to have had. A multi-billion dollar exit, you just have to be someone who cares about both building companies and building, your company. Entrepreneurs in general intercity, and that's all you need to do to be a leader or there's lots of other people who contribute to the activity in the startup community including lots of organizations city state government? Universities. Nonprofit organizations corporations. But you need this critical mass of entrepreneurial leaders and it's it's important to recognize it. Nobody appoints that it's network not hierarchy right? So you have this emergent phenomenon I and the new book that I wrote with Hathaway, the startup community way. We talk about the startup community growing developing as a complex system. It's not one with deterministic outcome. You have lots of things that are constantly interacting with each other and I'm holding and you come back to this notion of network instead of a hierarchy, there's no president of the startup community. There's no vice president membership or vice president of education. There's just a bunch of people interacting with each other who are playing leadership roles with a focus on growing and evolving and developing. Got Their start up community

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"feld" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

05:54 min | 6 months ago

"feld" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And investing and helping make that city better and really stoking the innovation engine of the city. That's awesome, and so you get great example because you totally described the essence of it now in two thousand and seven I don't know anybody that talk that way. And I remember we started techstars boulder people like boulder. WHY WOULD I? Do think in Boulder. I would nice mountains. And today if you look at at Boulder as a startup community, look at Denver as a startup community. They're connected, but they're two distinct things. You know the amount of that positive feedback loop that entrepreneurial recycling from companies like. And Rally software and Dana Logics and send grid, and now Leo after they bought Sun Grid, and on and on, and on I mean it's. The characteristic of the health of the cities is that much stronger. Because of the investment of the entrepreneurs back into the innovation cycle of their city. And it's really not that distinct from you know one hundred or whatever hundred and fifty years ago is cities were starting to really be developed? And the people in the cities who generated economic wealth. Continued to invest in the institutions in their cities. Right the schools. The museums symphony the cultural institutions a lot of cases, the actual business institutions sports teams. Right Mark Cuban owning the Mavericks Investment that makes in Dallas minutes a satisfying investment for him, but it's. He didn't make an investment in a sports team. Not In the city he loved. He did it in the city he loves. Michael Dell Austin certain ESA true Brad I feel like we could talk for seventeen hours, and maybe sometime we should, but I think for around one. We've covered a lot of ground and certainly link for listening to everything we've talked about in the show notes at Tim Dot blog forward slash podcast. You're going to search Feld. ALDEAN will pop right up. People can find you. It felt thoughts fell dot com. There's foundry group foundry group Dot Com for the social is twitter the best social location for you at Befell Yeah Twitter's fine people tweet at me. I'll I'll respond to them. You know totally fine. My emails pretty easily discoverable so just, Brad. It fell dot com. People have things they want to reach out directly about I'm always Ishmael. May Get a few humil- I'd I'd actually rather. I'd rather get emails in their tweet, so look forward to my. I look forward to the Tim ferriss flood of emails. Subject, line T F so I know who to be annoyed with. Tell I'm just GonNa Ford. Code So. Anybody that wants to get an email to seth Godin. Just send it to me Jerry Cornell. Send some Jerry randomly. Maybe I'll toss fred in for good measure. Fred you handle this subject line forward t.f what the hell is going. Fairest to blame. That'll be really besmirched my good name. Brad this is This has been a lot of fun. Did I WANNA ask one last question, which is one of my favorites doesn't always sometimes difficult one to answer, but if you could put a message on a billboard, metaphorically speaking to get something out to billions of people, let's just say could be a word could be a sentence could be. An image could be a question. Anything a quote, anything noncommercial. What might you put on that billboard? I would say I have to bill, or it's one in the bay area, and everywhere else you are. Birds. I think my billboard for the world would probably be breeze. Just breeze another billboard, which is not probably the bay area billboard four place. There's plenty of places would be some version of dump. Leave your own bullshit. Maybe it's a sequence breath. Don't believe you're on bullshit and then thirty seconds later breathe. I come back to. They can't. They can't kill. You can't each? which one for Silicon Valley would it be? The don't believe your. Radio let them choose. Your probably have dot com at the end of it. Yeah, it's. What World Amazing Beautiful. World, full of delight, and suffering, and everything in between, and I, appreciate you being a companion on the path and sharing your own struggles, and your own lessons learned Brad so, thank you so much for taking the time. You're welcome into my appreciate you a great deal for. Both all the things you do, but also investing your energy and bringing things like this out for other people to the extent that. Anything is useful anywhere I. Think you have your master of your craft and it's wonderful to. It's wonderful to watch, and it's an incredible honor to participate. Thank you brad why I look forward to our future conversations. Hopefully than a few and to everybody listening I'll have show notes as mentioned to everything. We've discussed at up log porch. Slash podcast search for Feld. F. E. L. and it'll pop right up with all the goodies including links to the new book start way in the second edition of Startup Communities, and until next time breeze experiment well be safe. And thanks for tuning. Hey guys, this is tim again just a few more things before you take off number one. This is.

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Biden unveils $775 billion plan for child care, elder care and care for people with disabilities

Chris Plante

03:05 min | 6 months ago

Biden unveils $775 billion plan for child care, elder care and care for people with disabilities

"Biden announcing his plan, his $775 billion plan. To offer childcare. And elder care. Basically offering anyone who's a parent. Taking care of a child. Government childcare complete like instant and then anyone who's taking any any parent. Who has taken care of their parents, elder care And A Biden plant $775 billion is just a gigantic Gigantic mess. How's he going to pay for this? He claims he's going to do it by taxing those evil rich people, which we all know we're running out of them and running out of ways to tax them, But that's not going to stop the Democrats. But yesterday I happened to catch this yesterday. While I was awaiting the press briefing. I tuned into Fox because I knew they were going to carry the whole thing. CNN didn't carried until the questions started coming up. MSNBC was dipping in and out of it because they want to interpret the White House press briefings for you. So I know the Fox or C Span are going to run it without interruptions. So there I am tuned into the five and the very brilliant Greg guts smelled was opining on Biden's $775 billion plan. And what I have completely missed in the buying plan was the name of it. And this is just amazing, and it is truly a microcosm. Of what the Democrats are all about. Just the name of the plan tells you everything you need to know about Joe Biden and the party. He would lead and gut, Feld explained it justly. Here's the name of the plan. The Biden plan for mobilizing American talent and heart. To create a 21st century care, giving an education workforce. So my question is, is his staff intentionally creating titles for things that Joe Biden couldn't remember. Because of that title got an any longer we would have to pre empt special report who came up with that? What working group in an office and came up with that garbage. It shows you that 95% of the people that work in government Could not get a real job because they're in copping. It also shows you that even the even the sentences in government are bloated. It's embarrassing. Yes, it is embarrassing, and and they should be embarrassed, and Biden should be directed to find the nearest exit. But you know what? They're not going to get him out right now. 105 days away from the election. This is the guy you have. We're less than 50 days away from early voting taking place.

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Rick Owens on Sustainability and Why Fashion Shows Aren't Going Away

The Business of Fashion Podcast

04:59 min | 7 months ago

Rick Owens on Sustainability and Why Fashion Shows Aren't Going Away

"The other thing I thinking about their when. Regarding fashion though was. One of the things I've really liked for the past five years is that people are talking about responsibility and that it used to be a part of the conversation before that this recent the idea responsibility when it comes to luxury. And just that in itself is a tremendous dry and. His It is become a gimmick. Sustainability and transparency is become a gimmick. The lot of people are On a bandwagon about, but if it's even if it's again makes so. What is Great Gimmick? Let it be a gimmick because I mean if three percent of it works at still a good thing so So, we're having this conversation about responsibility and then something terrible happens. And afterwards. responsibility is going to be an even stronger. Direction. I think it has to be. So somewhere. There is going to be some kind of weedy responsibility. Whoever can do it in a witty way is going win. A I haven't figured it out yet. But I'm working. I would say you know. It's interesting. I was reading back. We had some really penetrating conversations over the last decade or so and. This is where I was so happy. We could do this because I knew I was going to miss Nisa. This season. But you'll. Commentary has gotten more and more pointed the you you've you've gone some fucking about living in working bubble. To being a lot more engaged and even down to. Those last two collections last men's nor women's Fletch, ironically feeling like anticipated in a strange way, eerie way. Where we are now where you. Way You would be saying. Bigotry is my bit Wa. What? What is by Bendler big? Zeal. Where you felt compelled and comfortable, making your collections comments. Rebuttal to big X, Y, Feld responsibility. Yeah would descend responsibility. And I mean right now. We're living in a situation where which is being. Considerably Worsen. Bigotry. And by ignorance and by. Greed and self and Selfishness. Isn't it amazing how it's gotten this far? I would have thought it would have been so blatantly apparent and grotesque that something that. is obviously. We've all so many people have recognized in and spoken about it that somehow it would have. It would have been enough of a reactions been maybe just as gone far enough Maybe were still waiting for the bigger for a bigger reaction I'm not sure or a bigger a bigger challenge. The Me Guan and later. And yet the biggest challenge when you say this big one, we went sure. If this was a big one. We still don't know where so kind of owens of uncertainty but at the same time. You do say you do say something world needs beauty. And that's one of our greatest guests. While! We're here, so. Beauty and play are one of life's greatest rewards I mean when you When you're survival is somehow under control when you have. When you have enough food and you have shelter on the next. The next thing to do is play and. Adorning oneself and communicating through the way you look is a. On it's. It's an ancient ritual So it, and it's an important part of communication it's it's one of our methods of education. So yeah, it's essential in. You know when people are talking about. Our fashion shows over I really I. Know they'll always be there in one way or another

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COVID-19 and domestic violence: A meeting of two pandemics

The Big Story

09:05 min | 10 months ago

COVID-19 and domestic violence: A meeting of two pandemics

"I think it's become pretty clear to everyone by now. Self-isolation in this pandemic means dramatically different things different people at one end of the spectrum. There are the clueless celebrities making videos. About how their mansions feel like jail at the other end obviously are people who don't have a home to. Hashtag stay home and I'm much closer to one end on the other. Have a house and it has everything I need. I'm fine but there are people who at a glance. Have the exact same thing. I do. A house yard a family enough groceries but who are in real danger right now for some people. The home is not a safe place even in the best of times of course a depressing proportion of women as well as men are at risk of abuse or worse from their partners. And that's at the best of times when it's a lot easier to leave a dangerous situation as you may be aware these are not the best of times and it's not easy to leave anyone or to go anywhere so what options to people who are living in abusive situations now have what's being done to help. How can we find ways to get them out of their homes when nobody is supposed to leave? There's our guest. Today has reported on this issue for a long time and she will help us explain the crisis that so many. Canadians find themselves caught in right now but first we have to give you a quick roundup of what you need to know about. Kovic in Canada today and clear. Brisard will do that now. The cove in nineteen death toll in Canada has now surpassed one thousand however. There is some cautious optimism from Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr Teresa Tam who says the spread does appear to be slowing down. She says in late. March cases were doubling every three days and now they're doubling every ten days or so but as we've heard from so many people Dr Teresa. Tam Says we cannot let go of our physical distancing measures just yet Justin Trudeau has announced that the government is expanding the list of people who are eligible to receive the emergency response benefit. If you earn a thousand dollars or less a month you'll now be able to apply for the C. E. R. B. If you were expecting a seasonal job that isn't coming because of covert nineteen you will now be able to apply. And if you've run out of e I since January first you can now apply for the C. E. R. B. as well although British Columbia has managed to flatten the curve. The province is extending its state of emergency for another two weeks. It will also be releasing more modeling of cases on Friday and premier. John Horgan has hinted that it'll show more progress for the province. Ontario is still seeing hundreds of new cases every day but the chief medical officer says it is possible that the province is passed the peak of the outbreak. There were four hundred ninety four new cases in Ontario on Wednesday and two hundred and twenty one of those have been linked to long-term care homes in the US President. Donald Trump says he is cutting US payments to the World Health Organization during the pandemic. He's accusing the organization of failing to do enough to stop the virus from spreading when it first surfaced in China Canada's International Development Minister says Canada is disappointed in this move as of Wednesday evening at twenty eight thousand three hundred and seventy nine cases of Cova nineteen in Canada with one thousand and seventy deaths Jordan Heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Sarah Boast Feld is a writer and a reporter a sometimes guest host of this. Podcast is Sarah. Hello Jordan. How are you is that a question? You're asking you know these guys. That's how we start. Now Yeah Yeah and I think like it used to be a very simple answer. It's complicated right. You know. Everyone's healthy in our home. Everyone's safe so we're that is something. I'm going to be really grateful for and trying to keep perspective every day. Yeah how about you how are you doing? I'm doing well I'm also safe and you know my home has everything I need. And like. I said in the INTRO that That makes me lucky. So we're here to talk about People who who are not safe in their homes even though it might look like they have everything. Why don't you just start off for those of us? Who are lucky enough to not Have dealt with this in a normal situation when there is no pandemic. How would someone Plan to escape an abusive situation. Well I think at the best of times people who are in abusive situations at its take them a long time to get the not only the courage but also just that perspective that okay. This is really not a a situation. I am safe anymore. My family is safe in anymore A lot of Women in particular there are men some men who abuse to primarily women. You know they. They choose to live with it for a long time. And there's a lot of psychological manipulation that happens is a lot of Mind Games you know. Often it will be you know. Their actual safety has been threatened in an incident or are few where they decide that. It's time to try to leave and what they might do. Is You know. Make call while they're at work on a phone like their office lying or go meet with a trusted friend and a coffee shop or physically. Go seek out resources at a sexual assault centre or shelter or any of the other resources that we have in our communities as we know now. That's that's there are a lot of options that are not available to these women now amidst this covert nineteen pandemic you. How does any of that work? Now I mean are some measures of these things still available for people who need help will yes. The shelter systems. Thank God are considered essential services. So they are open they are helping women who are in abusive situations and and also I think about this just in my own life. Thank goodness to that. Technology is advanced as it is because we do have video chat. We do have texts. We do have email who do have social media. We have lots of ways that we can check in and help one another and certainly these organizations that are trained and equipped to help. These women are have those resources. Well now The dark side of technologies availability. All the time is that there is some monitoring that goes on by abusers. Will we'd women's tax listen in on phone calls or skype calls or something so that's a danger as well and I mean we could talk about the dangers Jordan that are amplified when you're at home all the time with an abuser 'cause I just described you know you can. You can make that safe phone call at work. You can like go. Meet up with a friend in person so that you're not being monitored maybe or you don't have like a paper trail of things that this abuser could could get his hands on You know and then you have a reason to leave the house exactly and I mean our on the supposed to be leaving the house when we are getting exercise and maybe you end up on a family walk right in. You're not alone You know and it could be really really difficult because also like that is a hallmark of abuse to is isolation right like so abuse women are already considered already experiencing isolation before. We've all been asked as a public service. Public Health Act to collectively stay home and isolate ourselves like even that term is used now in common parlance talking about Cova but yeah it gets an isolating experience to be abused and there's a lot of barriers. Now that are set up for you know for women to actually get help. So we've been at this Some of US for months. Some of US for longer. Do we have any idea how dangerous this lockdown has been for women in abusive situations in Canada? Yeah we ha- we do have a sense of dot and I you know I've been heartened to see a decent amount of media coverage about the increase in domestic violence You know statistics candidate is survey recently. Just sort of taking the temperature people's feelings You know around the impact of covert on their lives and one in ten women specifically reported that they are concerned about violence in the home. And I believe that. The wording was vague. It didn't say are you concerned about violence in your own home specifically so we don't really have a great picture from that but what we do know. Is that the fear is real and I've been talking with some Shelter Staff and administrators this week.

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The Making of a Mammoth Merger: Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade

KNX Programming

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

The Making of a Mammoth Merger: Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade

"When Charles Schwab founded the first discount brokerage firm in nineteen seventy one a lot of Wall Street types thought it wouldn't work trading firms made their profit by charging customers trading fees but charging customers last did work nearly half a century later Schwab started under cutting the other guys once again by offering zero commission trades and that's leading to another major industry shift since they cut trading commissions to zero there's been a huge push to consolidate tons of pressure on all competitors Bloomberg's Erin Kirch felled ONJ wads acquisition of rival TD Ameritrade what it allows them to do is cut costs gain scale and that's gonna definitely Jack up pressure on others like E. trade Kirch Feld says we can expect even more takeovers among trading firms and twenty twenty financing still cheap equity markets are up so if you want to do a deal you want to do it now because we've seen a bull run over all of them in a for the last six years and nobody knows when that bubbles going to pop

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At Day at the Colonial Downs Racetrack

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

At Day at the Colonial Downs Racetrack

"Welcome to the forum presented by red brand fence here on the horse racing radio network mike penner judy feld that's barron and pontiff together again and for the very first time in the roughly fifteen year history of the horse racing radio network we say welcome to colonial downs in virginia the very first time we've had the privilege to be here and it is a gorgeous morning a gorgeous evening on tap as well for the running of the virginia oaks and the virginia derby. It's going to be a special day here at colonial downs and j._t. This <hes> this race track right now just a wash in sunshine. There are horses training on that main track the racist tonight many of them going to be contested on that gorgeous emerald green turf course. We're overlooking the paddock area here. Here couldn't be any more perfect for our first trip to colonial down yeah. It's just a picture perfect day and we got <hes> some horses training on the track and everybody ready <hes> here so excited about the day we had several people that work here come by and see if they can help us in any way and <hes> everything's just the pristina vena looks great. The track is in great shape. And what a beautiful day yeah can't beat this whole area this racetrack if you've never ever had the opportunity to be here put it on your bucket list. It is located in new kent county virginia which is kinda midway between richmond and williamsburg. There's a lot of history history here to. I'm going to tell you a little story about that here. In just a minute but <hes> it opened in nineteen ninety seven september first to be exact it hosted both thoroughbred and harness racing thoroughbred racing was stopped here at colonial in two thousand thirteen because of a dispute between track management in the horsemen's groups go figure right that never happens happens in course racing harness racing halted one year later and then in two thousand eighteen virginia enacted a law to allow historical racing racing machines here at the race track and they now have a <hes> the racing machines here they have different gaming facilities here at the racetrack and shortly afterwards the track was purchased by revolutionary racing debt group is from chicago they formed the colonial down group in thoroughbred racing was resurrected resurrected. If you will resumed here on august eighth of this year and <hes> everybody not only in the industry but everybody here in the state of virginia excited have racing back colonial downs yeah well. It's been a place where people have really enjoyed coming to rayson and <hes> you know now that it's back there such an excitement. Even you know you're in town. People are talking about going to the races. They're putting on tremendous programs here. <hes> not only the the horse racing side but doc concerts and that kind of thing. They've got a lot of action at this facility so it's <hes> it's nice to see it being restored to its former glory and our friend. <hes> jill burn is a big part of that. She'll be on a little bit yeah. I had the chance yesterday to <hes>. Take a little walk with my my wife michelle. We had a little downtime through. All of our show prep done in. You're on the air with xpress radio so we took a ride and check out some of the

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Why Is Building Muscle Important for Everyone?

BrainStuff

06:43 min | 1 year ago

Why Is Building Muscle Important for Everyone?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels the rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and redeemer miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your wallet. Credit approval required capital one bank u._s._a. N._a. Look them to brainstorm production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren vocal bomb here if you think that getting stronger means slinging around the most iron possible at the local gym think again if you think that building muscle is only for buff guys in tight tank tops think again and if you think the term hypertrophy is to scienc- to even say for your own health and well-being you again need to think again yeah i per- tricky is an enlargement of existing cells that leads to an increase in the volume of bodily tissue a four our purposes hypertrophy is an increase of muscle tissue in other words building muscle don't back away. Don't shake your head and mutter. That's not for me. Building muscle is for everyone at just about every stage of life. It's a critical part of staying healthy and you don't need to pump iron to do. You don't need bulging veins. You don't even need to know the difference between a trapeze and a deltoid. You just need to work your muscles. We spoke with brad schoenfeld. A renowned fitness expert was published more than one hundred papers in academic. Journals on exercise is an sports nutrition. He said it's not only growing muscle. It's losing muscle if you don't resistance train whereby you're looking to build muscle it's really static atika choice because you end up losing muscle. Resistance training is simply working your muscles against some kind of resistance that resistance can come in the form warm of weights or stretchy bam's commonly called resistant spans or exercise bands or even your own body weight is you're doing push-up. You're using your body weight to force certain muscles to work work in that counts show and feld said after about the age of thirty five the average person who's not lifting weights is gonna lose roughly a half percent of their muscle mass per per year and that percentage start to accelerate when you get into your late fifties early sixties and then it's exponential after that so what's the big deal with losing using little muscle a being physically active which by definition means building and maintaining healthy muscles improves mental health lowers the risk of stroke improves cognitive function an improved sleep increases joint flexibility and improves balance thereby reducing the risk of falls in the elderly and that's just a few benefits stronger muscles helps strengthen bones and control blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Thus building muscle muscle hypertrophy is a much researched subject end of the course of history recommendations based on that research have changed the key question is how to most efficiently build muscle given a few variables such as the number of repetitions is or reps and the number of sets of any particular exercise a set being a predetermined number of reps so ten reps of say pushups. Maybe one set an exercise exercise. Program may call for more than one set of that single exercise the level of resistance or the load say the weight on a barbell in the gym or the tension in a resistant expand or your body weight if you're doing pushups is certainly a factor to schoenfeld said i think our misperceptions about what actually builds muscle a a lot of times people think they have to lift heavy weights to build muscle. There's actually a lot of good research showing that muscle growth can be developed over a wide array of repetition ranges so so throw out the old notion that heavyweights build strength and lots of reps somehow tone the muscles you can get equally full muscles without cushing eye-bulging. Wait as long long as you do. Enough reps that the final ones are challenging to complete think difficult to impossible in the end the goal is to literally on a cellular level build build more muscle when muscles are exercised enough cellular level damage occurs triggering a process which proteins are dispatched to repair or replace damaged inch cells that process build on existing structures like my oh fibers and sam years a bigger muscle is born of course all of that is just so much science gobbledygook for those concerned only with looking better at a t shirt or keeping their blood sugar from skyrocketing or simply getting down the stairs without a hip shattering tumble hypertrophy. You can also just be doing enough exercise to be strong enough to get those jobs done schoenfeld said using weights as one of the best way to do it the way that you're going into ultimately over time built muscle is by consistently challenging your body but you can just do push ups and other bodyweight exercises things like squats lunges are toast dams that will at least early on have positive effects on strength and muscle growth over time. It gets harder to challenge your muscles but there's ways if you're inventive that you can just use body anyway or resistance bands. The national institute on aging suggests strength building exercise session two more days a week without working the same muscle group two days as in a row. Everybody is different and finding out what works for you may require some experimentation especially when you factor in other variables like diet. It's a good idea to consult a health professional before starting any new exercise or nutrition program but the overall message on per trophy is clear. It's not something reserved for jim. Rats and wannabe schwarzenegger's building muscle is crucial to good health and aging well for all of us. Today's episode was written by john donovan and produced by tyler clan. Brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works and lots of other topics visit our home planet a house networks dot com and for podcast iheartradio iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows montgomery marie county maryland courthouse there are thousands of pages of documents detailing the horrific murders of three innocent people soon as i heard the details dell's i knew my dad was involved right away. Instantly i says lawrence but at the time of the murders lawrence horn was clear across the country. I'm jesmond osmond morris from iheartradio hit home media. This is hitman. 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Wynn Resorts in talks to sell $2.6-billion Massachusetts casino to MGM

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Wynn Resorts in talks to sell $2.6-billion Massachusetts casino to MGM

"Win. Resorts is in talks to sell its nearly finished casino outside Boston. The buyer might be MGM resorts international as we hear from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett, win and GM put out a joint statement saying, quote over the past several weeks. We have engaged in conversations around the potential sale of encore Boston Harbor. The statement said those talks are quote very preliminary and of the nature that publicly traded corporations like ours often engage in Massachusetts regulators late last month decided not to revoke winds licensed to do business in the state after investigating the company's handling of sexual misconduct allegations. Feld co founder

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Universe's First Ever Molecule Found

SPACE NEWS POD

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Universe's First Ever Molecule Found

"Astrophysicists have found an allusive molecule that his kicked started our universe. They found helium hydride. Now, these scientists and Astros physicist have only been able to recreate this in labs up until now. Now, this molecule is very special because it is believed to be the first molecule to form in the universe. And they found it in the planetary nebula N G C seven zero two seven now. Just so, you know, this isn't the molecule that kick started the universe. This is a nother molecule of same thing. It's another helium hydride ion. So this isn't the one this started everything. This is the one that started space and time as we know it David new feld who's the co author of the study that's been published in the journal nature. He's a professor in astrophysicist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore said for the first time we've detected the same type of molecule in a nearby nebula. And it's exciting because it's the first time it's ever been seen in space. So let's go all the way back to the beginning to the big bang about thirteen point eight billion years ago when everything was in a single solitary point was super dense and it inflated rapidly. And this is when space and time begun, everything that we know began at this point and right after the big bang, everything kinda started cooling down and the first Adams performed helium hydrogen. And lithium they. Existed separately, they were different things. But scientists knew that they had to be able to bond together. And they thought that helium in hydrogen would be the first to bond, but they couldn't find any of this anywhere in nature. Couldn't find it in space. They created in a lab, but there's none of it out there that they could trace. And that's when scientists started looking for candidates that mimic the early universe, and they decided on N G C seven zero two seven. All right. I'm gonna take a quick pause for the Cosby's bills. In wanna come back? We're gonna learn about everything that helium hydride has done for the universe is absolutely amazing. That this is the beginning of our universe.

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Helium Hydride Ion Spotted in Space for First Time

SPACE NEWS POD

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Helium Hydride Ion Spotted in Space for First Time

"Astrophysicists have found an allusive molecule that his kicked started our universe. They found helium hydride. Now, these scientists and Astros physicist have only been able to recreate this in labs up until now. Now, this molecule is very special because it is believed to be the first molecule to form in the universe. And they found it in the planetary nebula N G C seven zero two seven now. Just so, you know, this isn't the molecule that kick started the universe. This is a nother molecule of same thing. It's another helium hydride ion. So this isn't the one this started everything. This is the one that started space and time as we know it David new feld who's the co author of the study that's been published in the journal nature. He's a professor in astrophysicist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore said for the first time we've detected the same type of molecule in a nearby nebula. And it's exciting because it's the first time it's ever been seen in space. So let's go all the way back to the beginning to the big bang about thirteen point eight billion years ago when everything was in a single solitary point was super dense and it inflated rapidly. And this is when space and time begun, everything that we know began at this point and right after the big bang, everything kinda started cooling down and the first Adams performed helium hydrogen. And lithium they. Existed separately, they were different things. But scientists knew that they had to be able to bond together. And they thought that helium in hydrogen would be the first to bond, but they couldn't find any of this anywhere in nature. Couldn't find it in space. They created in a lab, but there's none of it out there that they could trace. And that's when scientists started looking for candidates that mimic the early universe, and they decided on N G C seven zero

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Why Are Opossums Awesome?

BrainStuff

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Why Are Opossums Awesome?

"Today's adulthood. episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. Like, you smart water has added electrolytes for taste and great tasting water helps you stay hydrated, feeling refreshed and ready to take on your day. Refresh yourself with smart water. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff Lauren Vogel bomb here. If you live in North America, you've probably seen Virginia a possum, classification Delta's Virginia. Ana maybe the unfortunate creature was dead on the road. Or maybe it was very much alive on your porch. Eating garbage in the middle of the night. But in either case, you might have thought. Oh, gross a possum, but you would have been off base on several counts. First of all possums live in Australia, and are also a marsupial, which means they raise their young in a pouch like a kangaroo, but they're completely different species than the animal currently snuggling with a half eaten bag of Doritos at the bottom of curbside trash can in North Carolina, which is correctly. And a possum we spoke with Richard offs. Feld senior scientists at the institute of ecosystem studies in Millbrook New York. He said folks get very confused about this. I've had people tell me triumphantly that they discovered building plans for possum nestboxes, and they planned to install dozens of them to encourage possums to multi. Play on their property. But when I looked at the plans, they were designed for brush tailed possums in Austria completely useless for possums in North America. So with that part settled opossums, aren't that gross? Even if they wouldn't mind taking that moldy pad Thai from the back of your refrigerator off of your hands. They may look a little creepy. What would that long hairless prehensile tail the mouthful of haphazard teeth in the beady eyes, but opossums are the studiously groomed and most likely disease free wildlife heroes of your neighborhood. It's a common misconception possibly prompted by their bumbling swagger that opossums often carry rabies or distemper. In fact, they rarely get these diseases because their body temperature is too low to make them susceptible. Not only do opossums not carry these diseases. The presence of an apostle in your yard is your best bet for combating lime disease. A two thousand nine study explored whether black legged ticks the disease vector for Lyme disease might be regulated by wildlife that they parasite ties of fifteen forest welling, mammals and ground. Nesting birds opossums were the only ones to destroy the vast. Already of all of the black legged ticks the tried to feed on them. Over ninety five percent us feld who co-authored. The study said our calculations indicated that a single possum is capable of killing several thousand larval ticks per week during the late summer peak. We also know that of those ticks that do successfully feed on on a possum only small fraction will become infected with the lime disease bacterium so opossums are protective in two ways killing ticks and preventing infection. A study by the same research team published in July of two thousand eighteen in the journal ecology found the tick-borne disease risk was reduced in areas. Where possums were present. For an animal that does more than its fair share of hobbling into traffic and is known for flopping over like a corpse at the merest whiff of danger opossums are perhaps surprisingly intelligent to begin with weak eyesight at a nocturnal nature, both contribute to the fact that you're probably more familiar with the site of a debt possum that alive. One. In addition, their primary defense mechanism playing dead is almost entirely involuntary a reaction to extreme stress that leaves the apartment coma for a few minutes to a couple of hours and a coma at possum can take a beating that would kill other animals their size. This then is a great strategy. If your mortal enemy is a bear. But not so great if it's Toyota. So if for example, your dog corners and a possum one night in the backyard. Don't worry the possum may listen show its teeth attempt to look scary because it's frightened. But the last thing wants is to tangle with your four legged friend, it will invariably lay down and play dead until the threat gets bored and passes opossums are non-aggressive docile creatures far more afraid than they are to be feared, and they're also studiously clean alike. Cats opossums are constantly grooming themselves with their paws and tongue partly in order to make sure they're parasite free. But also keep themselves. Cool. They lack sweat glands. So grooming is like a possum air conditioning. And they do it to keep themselves smelling like well, nothing as we established possums aren't great at protecting themselves in a standoff with a predator. So it behooves them to stay odor. Neutral, part of the reason of possums have the reputation for being smelly has to do with one other defense mechanism the smell of death. A once in a possum goes into its theatrical coma if. Predator continues to mess with it. The apostle may excrete smelling mucous from glands in its anus. This has been to signal. Hey, this possum is definitely dead and possibly so entirely dead that it'll make you sorry, you ate it. Speaking of opossums are really smart about what they eat. Because it turns out they have great memories. Once in a possum tastes, a chemical. That doesn't agree with it. Will remember avoid the smell of it for a year afterwards, though, opossums are immune to some things that would poison other mammals, including most snake venoms possums are biologically fascinating, which led to some confusion among early Europeans in the new world. Their story was the male possum made it through the female opossums snout, which led to her sneezing out her babies into her marsupial pouch. Of course, this is not scientifically accurate, but possums definitely do things a little differently. First of all a male. Possum has a forked penis, but it's not meant for the females nostrils female opossums have double vagina and twin utera possum embryos develop for about thirteen days until they're large enough to migrate down the birth canal and emerge about size of house flies to continue developing in the mother's pouch. Although dozens of them. We'll be born the mother only has thirteen teats. So that's probably how many will be able to survive into

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Was Earth's Oldest Rock Found on the Moon?

BrainStuff

06:53 min | 2 years ago

Was Earth's Oldest Rock Found on the Moon?

"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here on February six nineteen seventy-one. Be late astronaut Alan Shepard the commander of NASA's. Apollo fourteen mission was taking a walk on the moon. He and fellow space traveler, Edgar Mitchell were out gathering rocks around a depression called cone crater to quote shepherd himself. Many of these were hand sized grab samples, but the pair took home some larger mementos to one basketball sized rock collected by Shepard earned itself. A nickname big Bertha officially known as lunar sample one four three two one big Bertha weighs about nineteen pounds. That's nine kilograms making it the largest rock that Apollo fourteen brought back to earth and the third largest collected by any of the Apollo missions. Although shepherd found big Bertha on the moon that may not be where it story began. The rock is a Brescia a hodgepodge of geologic fragments called clasps which are held together by cement like mix. A newly published hype. Office says that part of big Bertha formed billions of years ago right here on planet earth. In fact, despite the lunar connection this could represent the oldest earth rock ever discovered. Big Bertha's origins were the focus of a study that was published in January in the journal earth and planetary science letters the paper's authors include an international team of geo. Scientists who looked the moon rocks procured by Apollo fourteen including lunar sample, one four three two one for the most part the classes on this famous Brescia are dark gray. But there's also a lightly colored one that catches the eye. It's made a fell site a kind of all Cannock rock that contains the minerals feld Spar end quartz. The light grade class which is two centimeters that's point seven inches across is loaded with tiny zircon crystals as well many cons contain vital information about what the environment was like when and where they formed close inspection of zircon and big Bertha's light. Patch showed that the crystals were produced by cool oxygen, rich magma. Yet molten rock of the sort doesn't exist anywhere near the moon's surface defined some you'd need to travel more than one hundred miles. That's one hundred sixty two kilometers below the surface of the moon where Shepard and Mitchell found big Bertha. So how did these cons and the class? They belong to end up on the surface of violent impact was probably involved when a meteorite or asteroids smacks into a planet or moon, it can transport material that's buried deep under the crest up to the surface. And as noted earlier big Bertha was found near an impact crater. So case closed, right? Well, maybe not cone crater and expanse measuring about two hundred and fifty feet that seventy six meters. Deep and a thousand feet or three hundred and four meters wide was created roughly twenty six million years ago. Scientists thinks that the violent episode that left this depression behind would have failed to dredge up geologic material lying more than forty five miles or seventy two kilometers underneath the moon. A big Bertha's fell site classed. Could have originated deepen a lunar magma pocket. But it doesn't seem likely. The study authors think different scenario is way, more plausible around twelve miles or nineteen kilometers blow planet earth surface. There's a supply of cool oxidized magma. This is exactly the kind of raw material that probably made his cons on big Bertha's light patch. And by the way, they're con crystals. Have a helpful habit of preserving uranium isotopes? Those can be used for radio metric dating a process that tells us the fell site classed is four point zero to four point one billion years old, but both of these clues together and a potential timeline of events emerges. According to the policies championed in the study, some of that cool oxidized magma lying deep under earth's continental crust hardened into this class between four point zero and four point one billion years ago. We know that our planet was besieged by meteorites in those days a process that by the way created a lot of old Granitz. Repeat impacts would have driven the class ever closer to the surface until finally a projectile hit the earth with enough force to launch the fell site clear out into space. It's estimated that four billion years ago. Our moon was around three times closer to earth than it is right now, the far flung class might have bridged the gap and settled on the moon, but around that time meteorites from space also harassed the moon and approximately three point nine billion years ago. One of these impacts could partially melted. The class and driven it under the lunar surface where it merged with other classes and became part of Brescia then twenty six million years ago, the asteroid strike that gave birth to the cone crater could set big Bertha free propelling it to the spot where Alan shepherd came and grabbed it up one historic day in nineteen seventy-one if the fell site class really did have terrestrial origin. Then ironically enough, it might be the oldest known rock from planet earth. There's a four point zero three billion year. Old rock from Canada's Northwest. Territories that's comparable in age and over in Quebec, the greenstone belt is at least three point nine billion years old out in the Jack hills of Western Australia. Scientists have located circum- that formed roughly four point three seven billion years ago, but these crystals seemingly detached from their original rocks at some point big Bertha's fell site, classed and zircon seemed to have formed simultaneously. This episode was written by Mark van Cini and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other far flung topics. Visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. This is April and Cassidy, we're the host of the podcast dressed the history of fashion and this season, we traveled throughout history and around the world to bring you more of the fascinating stories from behind the clothes. We wear we traveled a central Asia tiller all about the resist dyeing technique known as e Kat and to Paris to learn all about the legacy of Christian Dior. We also spore the history of a whole host of topics from plus size fashion or the clothing choices of colts listening to subscribe on apple podcasts or the iheartradio app or wherever else you get your podcast.

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"feld" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"feld" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"You know, just makes me people to deal with it and really really challenging and. Also, sometimes. Your financial flow doesn't correlate with. Doing work that you're really proud of. None that I would lease would seem kind of like a great achievement. So sometimes I I have to acknowledge that. I'm stressed will novel. Because of money, you know, I'd love to kind of sometimes very hard your relationship with earn. Eleven in this business is kind of funny one. But then because you you wanna kind of pretend that you're above. Of course, you're not you made this decision to kind of go into something. That's not about the money. Yeah. So then you kind of like, but so much of it isn't Hus to be. Yeah. I. And then again IKA grant, I can do this can be outside cry for feld for fat. I'm gonna be fucking skinned. I don't know if I can turn some else down. That's that's going to put that very I will pay that person. Not bill. I'm not going to be good for me, mentally if attacked. So. Choice is very hard. I find sometimes on the expensive. Very expensive artistic principle to various expensive. That com struggle fear..

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"feld" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"feld" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"You know, just makes me people to deal with it and really really challenging and. Also, sometimes. Your financial flow doesn't correlate with. Doing work that you're really proud of. None that I would lease would seem kind of like a great achievement. So sometimes I I have to acknowledge that. I'm stressed will novel. Because of money, you know, I'd love to kind of sometimes very hard your relationship with earn. Eleven in this business is kind of funny one. But then because you you wanna kind of pretend that you're above. Of course, you're not you made this decision to kind of go into something. That's not about the money. Yeah. So then you kind of like, but so much of it isn't Hus to be. Yeah. I. And then again IKA grant, I can do this can be outside cry for feld for fat. I'm gonna be fucking skinned. I don't know if I can turn some else down. That's that's going to put that very I will pay that person. Not bill. I'm not going to be good for me, mentally if attacked. So. Choice is very hard. I find sometimes on the expensive. Very expensive artistic principle to various expensive. That com struggle fear..

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Bruce Springsteen on Broadway trailer is on Netflix

Mark Simone

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Bruce Springsteen on Broadway trailer is on Netflix

"On PC about a tweet. He did about a movie last Tango. In Paris the other day, and he got fired from NPR walked just crazy because he said, you know, I guess I didn't know this either. But I guess when Marlon Brando feld us Tango in Paris with our Snyder back in the sixties. She's a she subsequently recently has told people that better resort. She felt that it was a rape scene. And now there's nothing to laugh about about rape. But not everyone knows the story. And I guess they didn't didn't notice story. He made sort of a joke about the scene with the butter, and they both founder very insensitive, and and he got fired from NPR hope New York magazine. Bog fire him NPR? The media NPR had some really bad guys there, and they fired him. But after that they became way to trigger. Happy a lot of people think John's worts did

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New strategy defeats cancer cells that evade chemotherapy

Here & Now

05:29 min | 2 years ago

New strategy defeats cancer cells that evade chemotherapy

"When the body sees toxic material immune cells kill it, by cancer cells release sneaky, they put the brakes on the immune system, immune checkpoint blockers. Stop that from happening you basically, preventing that brake from engaging. It would it be kind of similar like cancer had kind of has like this invisible cloak that it like kinda hides under. And then you kind of take off that Claudio by think that's a great way to describe it since the cancer is no longer invisible. The immune system can mount an attack. It was a huge breakthrough in the food and drug admin. Ration- approved the first drugs to do this in two thousand eleven the science behind the miracle. Drug was developed back in the nineties by a guy named max krummel in a lab at UC Berkeley, I was very frustrated graduate student for few years trying to develop an antibody that would do something after many long nights krummel noticed. His antibody was influencing the behavior of immune cells. You can drive a car you can exceleron them or you can break them. And then it was really like playtime. He started injecting the antibodies into sick mice and essentially in the various first set of experience my antibodies caused tumors to shrink now fast forward a couple of decades to Ashley Walton story her doctors hope the technology developed in crumbles lab could be the key to killing her cancer. But the treatment was haring when Ashley started receiving immunotherapy the ninety minute drips or followed by a slew of side effects. I started getting really high fevers, I got a few skin rashes gastritis. Still her tumors were shrinking then after six months, new lesions cropped up Ashley's abdomen. So we're doctors added a second immunotherapy drug to the mix. And fortunately, she had a lot of the drugs possible side effects. Yeah. I just generally felt like the life was being sucked out of me. So you go into a really dark place for several years actually hitchhiked from drug to drug just to stay alive. There are so many advancements being made in the field of immunotherapy that even if it doesn't cure. You. It gets you to the next big thing that wild ride paid off. She hasn't had an infusion in the last ten months, so technically in remission. Yes. That's. Stories like Ashley is are really exciting to on colleges. Dr Leonard Lipton. Feld is the chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society. So imagine when we've gone from the time when we had nothing to offer to today, and they're talking about cure for some patients with advanced melanoma, scientists and big pharma are really hopeful about the future. There's about a thousand current trials to develop new therapy drugs to help more people fight different kinds of cancer about thirty to forty percent of patients still do not respond to immunotherapy remember worth the beginning of the stern. We're not at the end. We still have a long way to go. We're gonna have ups, and we're going to have Down's back in the exam room. Ashley and her mom receives the prising news at our latest checkup with Dr Dowd. So what do you think about pregnancy are trying to start a family? So I think it's time to get pregnant actually. Ashley crosses her fingers and smiles for here and now unless they McLaren. Good news here now is production of NPR and WVU aren't association with the BBC World Service. I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson. This is here now.

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Louis C.K. back on stage after sexual misconduct scandal

Red Eye Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Louis C.K. back on stage after sexual misconduct scandal

"The odor of New York City's comedy cellar responding to critics. Who are furious, that comedian Louis CK performed there this past weekend the comedian surprised patriots when he took the stage for an unplanned performance just nine months after his admission of. Sexual misconduct did not address his behavior during the fifteen, minutes set gnome Dworman owns the comedy cellar we, erred on the side of gutless But he's got to say doesn't mean we. Approve oh he says he did not learn about CK's performance until after it already happened and he says he stands by employees decision to. Let him

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The Goop-iest Revelations from Gwyneth Paltrow's New York Times Profile

Lori and Julia

02:52 min | 2 years ago

The Goop-iest Revelations from Gwyneth Paltrow's New York Times Profile

"Thank you for joining us Laurie is promising us really UC vintage scandal at the bottom of. Our that she had to really clean up I. Did have to redact a lot of words I did have to redact a lot of words and about a movie, about, a book that we, had member Scotty Bowers the gas station guy That he's from, way, back when doesn't matter That's ever, been written about Hollywood and it really bestseller and it's a movie when it's out and I've got an. Exclusive conversation with filmmaker and just a rehash that's what you were doing earlier today All the sexual, stories that we learned from Scotty Bauer because virtually every story he told about on everyone had passed on. He's like ninety five great so anyway This, is a story. From the New York, Times they did, the New York Times magazine they did a profile of. Gwyneth Paltrow yes and it is not a stent standard celebrity profile it's all, about, goof the wellness wellness the pseudoscience and how Gwen it has monetize, her elitism, if you. Will. Be has Expressive yeah inherent, elitism and it, is a long and well ridden and Greenwich continues to. Be absolutely full of, crap Okay Okay here's few. Highlights she's no interest in making any group proud acts mass market to broad. Audiences she, says it's crucial to me that we remain, aspirational, quote, unquote outrageously, expensive. Yes And she said but the price. Point because content is always. Free ourself. Is. Beautiful our ingredients. Are beautiful you can't get a lower price point you can't make these things. Mass market, that's Bs some of her stuff you certainly, can, her, candles that's. Right Why her goop magazine didn't work out with Conde nast she. Only had one. Episode and it was she. Was. On the cover with Brad feld Chuck she to, the one she was covered in mud in the, second one with. Brad feld truck about. Yeah so she only had two quarterlies. She would make it through I know. It so here's what she said. Okay a company that's really. In transition And they do things in a very old school way? But. It was amazing to work with Anna I love her she's. A total idol. Of mine we realized we. Could. Do a better job in house Okay which means what She wanted to boss around Conde, nast to writer.

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Inside a Texas "stash house" where smugglers house dozens of immigrants

24 Hour News

04:18 min | 2 years ago

Inside a Texas "stash house" where smugglers house dozens of immigrants

"Of conditions that shelters were thousands of migrant children are being held including those separated from their parents and near the texas border david begg no road along as officials busted a migrant smuggling stash house it was ten thirty am in edinburg texas deputy chief was just about forty people inside is exactly what they had been this is a house pretty nice neighborhood the border patrol invited us on a rate of a socalled stash house streamed live on facebook tony that's border patrols local deputy chief role rt's so they were just waiting on a on a smuggler to come in what we what had happened earlier is we actually stopped smuggler and we're able to get four aliens out of that vehicle and then after interviewing those individuals they were able to identify this as a stash house were you able to get the smuggler yes all over the place but every inch of tile in this house that someone sitting quite often what happened is somebody may have cell phone because the conditions are so bad they will call nine one god that's how we are able to uncover some of these statutes in mexico sixty two people were inside this home elma galindo alvarez says she paid eight thousand dollars to a smuggler to get her here she says she's been here for fifteen days is this your first time coming your second time you've tried elma told us she has three kids and she left him in mexico because she couldn't get a job nearly everyone else here in this house said they were from central america border patrol told us they are rating these stash houses almost every other day and just at smuggler we mentioned who tipped officials off to the home actually gave them the garage door opener and told them what they find inside while data data with latest on a stash house ray david thanks and ohio man accused of plowing into a crowd of protesters in charlottesville virginia last summer was charged today with federal hate crimes james fields junior is already facing state charges for allegedly hitting and killing heather higher she was part of a counter demonstration against white supremacists who were protesting the removal of robert e lee statue authorities in pennsylvania today released surveillance video of the driveby shooting that led to last week's fatal police shooting of seventeen year old antoine rose officials say the video shows rose was not the shooter he was killed thirteen minutes later while running from an officer who was charged today with criminal homicide here's nikki batiste pennsylvania's allegheny county district attorney stevens apolo did not mean to his words as he announced the charges against thirty year old officer michael ross feld intentional act it's done recklessly and there is no justification for the policy that rose where did not pose a threat when he fled from the car rochas hands turns and runs he's not in possession of a weapon the criminal complaint says officer ross failed was inconsistent about why he fired he first told detectives he saw something dark that he perceived as a gun then he said that he did not see a gun in a third statement he said that he was not certain if everybody stay calm and stayed in the car none of this would've happened ross attorney patrick tomasi says he does not see rosa's death as a murder case i think the laws clear that he had a right to shoot antoine rose's mother was visibly emotional today so her attorney spoke for her found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time in no way justified his murder antoine rose was shot three times the fatal wounds who his back officer roosevelt is out on bail but he is under house arrest and jeff the actual shooter in the driveby was also charged today mickey batiste in east pittsburgh nikki thanks coming up next on the cbs evening news the enormous effort to rescue a soccer team lost in a flooded caves.

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"feld" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"feld" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Back everybody to that and this is your host joe bat and feld we've been talking about charlie baker republican party down at the state convention this weekend you're most of you probably couldn't make it i had to go i was kind of china my job wasted wasting a nice afternoon at the convention but some people had fun alex virus is now on the line with us he was a republican delegate at the convention republican activists alex thanks very much for being on bat and felt grammy on tell us i know i know i was there for probably three or four it was it was a while it was a while i didn't stay for the whole thing but a lot of people had to tell us what was your main takeaway from the convention and sort of the face off between charlie baker and scott lively that for a lot of grassroots people what it was pay back and patou set a message about years i think we lost alex there on the line we'll try to get him back i think what alex was talking about was sending a message to charlie baker that that republicans were not happy with some of his more liberal moderate positions take alex may be back with us now alex there you you back with us back i apologize forget the relative so you're talking go ahead short a lot of people just tell creating a lot of conservatives are just tired and frustrated i'm not by any means reverend lively to me just because you saw the cluster team good people run lose get no support from the party the governor's office for me really rob of gop to win the governor's office demographic nightmare but we can't escape from the changing demographics so for me i want percents then message out but looking back and see komo changing to attend the republican convention i think we see you we will support so for me it's just out of frustration to send a message to send a message to the.

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Harrowing conditions on Southwest Airlines flight 737; Pilots shrugging off praise for quick thinking actions

24 hour News

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Harrowing conditions on Southwest Airlines flight 737; Pilots shrugging off praise for quick thinking actions

"They reach a fixed number of cycles planes pilots are shrugging off praise for their quick thinking actions but the ntsb is describing in greater detail the harrowing conditions they faced here's kyw's justin trudeau india's be officials are looking at the feld engine damage plane rattled passengers and much more as they try to find out just what happened on that southwest airlines 737 plane going from new york to dallas that killed a passenger and injured several more the time from the initial event to touchdown twenty two minutes in tsb chairman robert some waltzes what they do know is that after the engine came apart the plane began to descend bank sharply as it prepared to make an emergency landing at philadelphia international airport the pilots level the wings and throughout the rest of the flight there was what i'm going to describe as a fair amount of vibration throughout the airplane officials say they're inspecting other planes of the same make and model to see they have engine problems just an auto kyw newsradio news time.

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"feld" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"feld" Discussed on The RobCast

"There is that there's an emotional moment in the film that a lot of people have said that they really um was meaningful to them um and it's the part where you are you're talking about there was a period of time shortly after love wins came out when you did a tour an area there was a huge shift iin the number of people that were coming out there like theaters that used thousand person there be feld you said now high sixty three tickets tonight yeah and it was devastating to you um because you stop it and in the film you said you thought that it might be over and that you and i had had this joke about well you could always sell shoes because lsu you love shoes menu and honestly like selling shoes is a joke because you would joyfully cells shoes you love shoes and you would like to talk to you like you seriously you would have a great life selling shoes i know it because of just to you are but that doesn't run it doesn't take away from the fact that that you had this moment where you thought you lost this thing that you wanted so i wanted you talk a little bit more about desire and cost because i think what you're getting at there is that you had this growth and desire that you pursued and it cost you something and that doesn't mean that you were um.

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"feld" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"feld" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was going on like what happened you have a female small i can point us is this is its top now you put your your feast on on a on the table as it could not enough is enough that's it i'm not dumb and i'm getting sick and now i'm secret out i keep my eyes open that is not fair we has us has to stop annuals just so depressing and it was so not fair air about it felt unfair joe signal apparent over it over so many times that every time it's never me because whatever i can well how many triple i can be pretty i can have the best choreographer account surfing was made to be in top and still i'm like what you need more me to do at this point in or how many tripletriple you won't me if i don't do you kill me if i do you don't care in any way you took some what each true somebody else developing the turtle little unsportsmanlike yeah totally absolutely yep but if she all these other girls of the work just as hard as she has when presumes sure bogey so picture yourself if you're at that position you're you're in that position you find yourself getting second second you feel like you're not she came in second none was the margin was so close it was so close i always close yeah like yeah yeah going on i i more like feld empathy for heart for her i can't imagine what it must be like well i can't imagine what it must be like but i you know in that kind on that scale to be the only one and there is this um i think for you know a friend of mine went so me that racism can make black people crazy this is very very broad wave looking at it in the sense that you kind of almost never know why people are reacting to you the way that they do and it's en it's kind of a year always sorted secondguessing you know was that you know did did did they go that guy this came in he said hide everybody in the room but he did seats me what does that what was that about and so there's there's no obvious thing about it but it it can make you.

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"feld" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"feld" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

"This is super investors in the art of worldly wisdom i've jesse felder fleece episode brought to you by the feld report each week i go through a ton of reading and research and i put it all together in a free email newsletter that goes out saturday mornings including some of the best stuff that i've read during the week my favorite chart of the week it center if you're interested in receiving something like this just go to the feld report dot com and right there on the home page it says joined now click that put it in your email address you'll be all set my guest for this episode is peter out water and if you're furious about house sentiment affects markets insecurities then you really give enjoy this episode peter is a sociologist so he studies how confidence affects our decisionmaking inside and outside of the markets really heaters one of the few people who has a truly unique perspective unique process the markets are just haven't met anyone else looks at things the way he does so i really hope you enjoy my conversation feeder flights for the masters kept s p five hundred is she she gets life and we're live peter out water welcome to the show i'm really excited to have you here as you seem like a guy who is just having a field day with a lot of stuff that's going on the markets in in the in the media lately so i i think we have a ton to talk about but welcome to the show thanks very much jesse.

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"feld" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"feld" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The who told you that who who told you nobody's feld accountable well the cloth had knocked him it it of okay can vigor convicted difference stored convicted of why up killing people on on the necessarily okay with all due respect in i don't mean to be ugly you know source your statements they're not being held accountable are a right how many were suspended how many were fired how many other know you can't well what they would they beat that poor man the death come on jame how many white men have gone through the same thing you can't name one because their skin was the wrong color to make it a cause delays your if they were black then there was something the rally around seventeen out of twenty million you have a better chance jane if you're a young black man you have a better chance of being struck by lightning when you do being killed or gunned down by a police officer you know look at the facts and figures the you know don't lead off in this conversation with a motion lead off with the facts but numbers no yes there have been mistakes and were of flawed species we're going to make mistakes from time to time and its tragic when it's a police officer on on a civilian but it is extremely rare extremely rare look up the numbers for yourself don't believe me look up the numbers for yourself the numbers are in the'red backup while the police officers urges brutalizing the fact of the.

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"feld" Discussed on WBEN

WBEN

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"feld" Discussed on WBEN

"President it's words what are your hearing out there i've been doing as for twenty years and i noticed that players were not really distracted but they were a little bit annoyed paperwork ticked off they were angry their emotions were all over the place and i felt it was the because of the president's comments and i felt paid fouled and balde we are taking this whole thing regarding feld he'll injustice not the flag nafie anthem a lot of people are sort of missing the point and really no one more than the price of that so here's another one another reporters it's not about the flag it's not about the anthem oh yes it is pay that is how it started and that's how it continues it's all about the flag and it's all about the anthem because that's where all of this is happening and then when asked about it come first social justice and i predict quality in it's about using this respect for the flag to call attention to themselves it's being done on purpose but note how their backing away from this it's not about the flag why are they saying that because the it's hurting it is not helping it's not promoting equality if not promoting unity it's causing division and division in a big giant business does not lead the business growth so they are realizing that what they've done and doing is hurting so they want to keep doing it but tell you that they're not protesting the flag wild a protest the flag and they want to tell you it's not about the anthem when what they do is when the anthem is being played here's another when the nfl network reporter her saying the same thing that is one point that i absolutely one tonight at no point at her have any player who route or raised a fast our fat said that he was protesting anthem or that he was protesting the flag not one and i will borrow your afraid this conversation has been hijacked and salary no it's not stop the title i'm i'm getting shorter time you're nothing's been hijacked except the game nfl reporter this is a dg kick up wa a dvd kickable she's the reporter here the game is what's been hijacked a didi not the conversation they're all backtracking no it's.

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"feld" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"feld" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"President it's words what are your hearing out there have been doing as for twenty years and i noticed that players were not really distracted buffet were a little bit and no white they were ticked off they were angry their emotions were all over the place and i felt it was the because of the president's comments and i felt they felt in bold ben we are taking this whole thing regarding feld he'll injustice injustice not the flag not the anthem a lot of people are sort of missing the point and really no one more than the price of that so here's another one another reporters it's not about the flag it's not about the anthem oh yes it is pay that is how it started and that's how it continues it's all about the flag and it's all about the anthem because that's where all of this is happening and then when asked about it for social justice and i predict quality in it's about using disrespect for the flag to call attention to themselves it's being done on purpose but note how their backing away from this it's not about the flag why are they saying that because it's hurting it is not helping it's not promoting equality it's not promoting unity it's causing division and division in a big giant business does not lead to business growth so they are realizing that what they have done and doing is hurting so they wanna keep doing it but tell you that they're not protesting the flag wild they protest the flag and they wanna tell you it's not about the anthem when what they do is when the anthem is being played here's another one nfl network's report under saying the same thing that is one point that i absolutely want him out at no point ever have any player who route or raith professed our fat for but he was protesting the anthem or that he was protesting the flag rot one on i won't barrel you're afraid of this conversation has been hijacked on salary no it's not stop the title gem get a shorter time euros nothing's been hijacked except the game nfl reporter this is a dte kick up wa a dd kickable she's the reporter here the game is what's been hijacked a didi not the conversation they're all backtracking no it's.

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"feld" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"feld" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Only one one encounters resistance is also true of life in general his lessons contained all the ingredients to help move us forward perhaps even a give us a little character things didn't turn out that way however speaking for myself i see now how the show in which i had felt so cared for so protected from the outside world have been transformed by mr vis fields presence into a suit of armor against which all his kindness rebounded impotently and yet he remained in spain hired class after class each week he had prepared something new along with subtle illustrations of his point whenever a boy was unable to attend mr vis feld was more upset about it than the absentee himself whenever boy had been sick mr v spelled found extratime to get them back on track once we realized that we owed our progress to mr veisse feld we stopped impersonating him but we still kept him at a distance after all what choice do we have he was a man who were raised heels and whom in order to amused your brothers cousins and friends you would mimic by slapping you left wrist a couple of times the lymph fingers of your right hand march arrived and mr vinck was due to return two weeks later at the end of the morning it had been snowing and we were dying to get out and throw snowball said each other mr resold asked us to stay behind for a moment coast sun we sat back down would you mind he began more timidly than ever coming in an hour earlier next week i've put your names down for a tournament yes i do believe that none of you have ever participated in a tournament before feel this shook our heads young boot s suspiciously what sort of tournament where mr mysteries filled smiled it was to be a speed tournament in other words where each player would play for twenty minutes at a time due to be held in shooting hoven somewhere in the province of south holland but there was no no to worry about transport he did advisers though.

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"feld" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"feld" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Called feld in crisis f e l d e n k r a i ask that is just tremendous it's tremendous for anyone but it's absolutely wonderful for older people who are perhaps not that flexible or able to move quickly and there are felled in crisis classes the kaiser permanente gives very inexpensive they allow a person to develop some more mobility and a balance and there really it's really really good stuff feldman feld and crises talk what is the feld in crisis is a type of movement on a fall it's it it happened so it's discussed in the chapter of my book called posture may vents and it's basically allows a person to find new ways of moving as i think i mentioned we get stuck in postures these are ingrained at a very young age i i think as i said by secondgrade their ingrained so changing any of that changing the way we move very difficult and getting out of pain has a lot to do with changing the way we move so seldon christ is mostly done on large comfortable maths it's very quiet it's very gentle but it allows the patient to mobilise joints and move in different ways finding new ways to have the body involved in movement.

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"feld" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"feld" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Called feld in crisis f e l d e n k r a i ask that is just tremendous tremendous for anyone but it's absolutely wonderful for older people who are perhaps not that flexible or able to move quickly and there are feld in crisis classes the kaiser permanente gives very inexpensive they allow a person to develop some more mobility and a balance and they're really it's really really good stuff felton feld and crises talk what is the feld and crisis is a type of movement on a fall it's it happens it's discussed in the chapter of my book called posture may vince and it's basically allows a person to find new ways of moving as i think i mentioned we get stuck in postures these are ingrained at a very young age i i think as i said by secondgrade their ingrained so changing any of that changing the way we move very difficult and getting out of pain has a lot to do with changing the way we move so seldon christ is mostly done on large comfortable mats it's very quiet it's very gentle but it allows the patient to mobilise joints and move in different ways find new ways to have the body involved in movement and it's very safe it's absolutely safe there is no way you can hurt yourself in than christ class is very much for her mother i believe that a battlefield experience and here's here's.

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