35 Burst results for "First Podcast"

Is "DeFi" the Future of Finance?

The Tropical MBA Podcast

02:15 min | 5 hrs ago

Is "DeFi" the Future of Finance?

"Hard to say exactly what will happen. But you know defy did exist before this bull market and there were great yield to be had there too. There's different places that yields come from and we'll break those down but some of them lend themselves to bull markets some of them might lend themselves to bear markets. How about we take maybe. An example of an average passive crypto investor in our audience will make a character call them defied devon and defy. Devon's curious about defy. But he hasn't pursued it. So defy devon has a base account and he has ten thousand twenty thousand dollars worth of bitcoin. Whatever number works easy for our math. We'll just toss it into his coin based account was like walk into the process of getting into the world of defy understanding what it is what the risks are what the opportunities are and how to go to work making passive or somewhat active investments and getting yield returns on that crypto coins. The entire defy landscape can of break down into two different opportunities. The first one is this idea of like staking your assets somewhere or loaning them someone and the other one is borrowing against your assets and investing the money that you borrow pretty much. Everything falls into those to defy devon. Who's just got a coin accounting. Some bitcoin he's going to probably use a little steppingstone. Which is he's gonna use see. Five before he goes defy and see is centralized finance versus defy. which is decentralized finance. And essentially there's these companies like you may have heard of block by neck so is another big one and these are sort of like these banks inbetween crypto and defy and they will do defy the for you and they will pay you. A percentage of the yield. So they're like the coin base of defy essentially. Yeah they are. I mean they're banks. It's the same model that a bank has always had right. You stick your money in a bank account the bank without telling you goes out and loans it out to people invested in stuff and they give you the bank. Is you a half of a percent. Maybe on a good year. But in defy land the sea fi companies are paying eight percent on stable coins somewhere around five to six percent on things like bitcoin.

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Isaac Baron Shows There's A Different Way To Play Top Pair

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

02:03 min | 7 hrs ago

Isaac Baron Shows There's A Different Way To Play Top Pair

"Heads up okay. Here we go second of three hundred and eighteen k. i is four twelve. Isaac baron is a known entity here the red baron. Yeah he's got six and a half million live career winnings and that doesn't include his online stuff what she's known as an online player that's where he came from. Yeah so he's he's always been kind of a big deal. Yeah red haired crimson leashed leashed. He's leashed unleashed isaac parrot. Everyone calls him that on a pokka. Fives with smells. Barron is in. The hand is against bruno volkmann who is not as accomplished but has about a million in live earnings and probably some online stuff too. I would guess yeah. That's about all right. So volkmann is the effective stack has got seven point. Three million at the one hundred and forty k. Blind level so. We're pretty deep here where we're at fifty bucks effective cool. He's gonna open the action from the small blind slash button with seven eight off. He's going to make it three hundred and twenty two k. Isaac baron has twelve point eight million in the big blind so approaching. A hundred bigs nice deck. He's got ace of spades nine of diamonds. What's your strategy with as is based diamonds in this. But at this stacked up. I mostly want to call. Yeah protect your range. Protect my range. I can't wait to fold this. Yeah it sucks then. I'm like turn evaluate hand into a bluff. Hate that you have to have some hands that you're okay without question no question but like we with worse aces if i wanted to. We can do that with kings honestly like king nine king eight those meetings we could do it with to those also play very well as a call triple. We want to have some course three. Yeah also by three. I think i mostly want to be a little bit more suited than not if i could pick just gives me more options. I would like all of my hands to be more suited on that. Yeah i'm just saying if. I like if i'm going to pick stuff like that because then i have more more opportunities to barrel profitably later on

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The Myth Of "Earlier Is Better" With Rae Pica, Early Childhood Education Luminary

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:53 min | 18 hrs ago

The Myth Of "Earlier Is Better" With Rae Pica, Early Childhood Education Luminary

"Parents unless they're in a field that requires it. You know having studied child development and they sure as heck don't have the time to keep up with the research in anything pertaining to you know young children or early childhood education. So yeah there are several pieces of misinformation. I let me just start with the biggest. That has become very prevalent in our society and that is keeping children from swiping. We think that it's doing the opposite but that that piece of information is that earlier is better. Earliest better is a myth. I don't know how all of this started. I do know that traditional social media haven't helped they're very good in perpetuating myths and in fostering competition and. I'm not just talking about parents. But you know policymakers adults in general have received the idea that we have to give children a jump start. You know whether. We're talking about academics or athletics. We have to get them started as soon as possible. Because if we don't they'll fall behind forever and stay that way and it's just it's just not true. The harm is that well for one thing. It puts a lot of pressure on pants pressure. That doesn't have to be there and for another. It puts a lot of pressure on the children because child development is a process and it can't be accelerated. You know how much they want to please the important adults in their lives. The little ones do and when they can't do what we're asking them to do because they're not developmentally ready to do it. They're not supposed to be doing it yet. It puts a lot of pressure on them. They feel anxious and depressed. And just plain

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Xi Jinping Vows China Will 'Take Down the Old World'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 18 hrs ago

Xi Jinping Vows China Will 'Take Down the Old World'

"For the purpose of this interview for this discussion explained to us the significance of the hundredth anniversary of the communist revolution in two thousand nine hundred forty nine and the concept of one belt one road in how these things tied together tied together golden july. First of this year The communist party marked the centennial of its founding. Twenty forty nine will be the centennial of the establishment of the people's republic and between now and then there are certain dates that do have some significance for the communist party. But let's just take a look at what season ping said on july first. He is widely quoted as saying that We will cracks skulls and spill blood for those who stand in our way on but there was something even worse that he said Which i thought was more ominous. He said quote the communist party of china and the chinese people with their bravery internati solemnly proclaim that the chinese people are not only good at taking down the old world but also in building a new one really what siege ping was saying. Was that they were gonna take down the existing westphalian international system which recognizes the sovereignty of states. And they were going to replace it with what we were talking about. Before this notion that chinese rulers had the mandate of heaven over and by the way for people who are interested. Don't read the official chinese translation of things words because actually quite benign in a number of spots you have to read a literal english translation of the chinese. Because really what that does is it. Shows the the maliciousness of the chinese system. We're dealing with a militias ruler. Dangerous arrogant bellicose. Who wants to go out and kill people and indeed jinping has his own death toll which is now somewhere in the neighborhood of about a four and a half million

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Gordon Chang Explains China's Massive Belt and Road Initiative

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 18 hrs ago

Gordon Chang Explains China's Massive Belt and Road Initiative

"Or tributary nations. That will be simply vassals. Is that an over-simplification. How does one belt one road work. What is the global vision for china as it looks at the world coming up to the hundred anniversary of the communist revolution the belton road initiative as it's now called is really started out. As to initiatives there was a belt and these were announced the in september two thousand thirteen there was a belt which was to connect the east coast of china to europe and it was a road which was a water route connecting both locations east coast of china and europe since then Dalton road has been extended around the world and they've added the digital silk road which started out life in two thousand fifteen or so as a separate plan but was incorporated into belt road so belton road is really an attempt to build the infrastructure to tie the world to china now. This gets a little bit complicated. I've never really been too worried about belton road largely because i've tracks long hong kong. I didn't do infrastructure work but my firm did and i can tell you that. All of the economically justifiable projects in the world were being handled by the private sector. What china's doing is building the infrastructure. That nobody else wanted to. Yeah and so and subsidizing it been below market rates. Yes there is a danger. Though and that is we have seen What's called dead trapped diplomacy because these projects are not economically justifiable for the most part but what china has been able to do was to uses position as a creditor to take over control of facilities so for instance it took control of hambantota which is important sri lanka. We know that china has used. Its colombo international container terminal also sri lanka For military purposes djibouti china's really offshore military installation is in a country that has a debt to china that is probably an excess of one hundred percent of its gross domestic product. So that's no coincidence. But the reason why. I've get really worried about belton. Road is because of the bahamas. Yes in the bahamas. Hong kong firm is pouring something like three billion. Maybe a little bit more into the freeport container port. It's also there's a

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Do the Chinese Want Democracy? With Gordon Chang

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:46 min | 18 hrs ago

Do the Chinese Want Democracy? With Gordon Chang

"Gordon let me ask a tough question for you on sir. Do the chinese want. Democracy is the culture with the confucian background with the emphasis of the collective over the individual. Is this even possible to countenance in this part of the world. I think that it is because we see taiwan which is not a chinese society but is closely related to china where you have a vibrant very very prosperous society very And by the way they run elections far better and taiwan than we do which is do. They have voted gordon to the have votes. Reidy date not only have voter idea. They have a system said whereas paper ballots. What happens when they count these ballots. Everybody is in the room and the government official responsible for the balanced actually holds it up to everybody. Everybody then counts it because they can all see it and the process might take a little bit longer than ours but it is virtually. It's virtually fraud-proof now But put that aside for a moment. People in taiwan are passionate about their democracy. They don't consider themselves chinese. They consider themselves taiwanese But for many people you know they they look chinese. They and they speak a language which is very similar to mandarin and they've got the same Or at least they had the same characters until mao went to simplified characters but the point is yes. The chinese people they want. They're just like the rest of us. They want what everyone else has on. The mainland is a complicated question. And we don't really know the answer because you can't a survey of something sensitive like that. Okay if you want to know what. The chinese people have a preference for toothpaste. You can do a survey it will be reliable if you're going to ask them on something that the communist party feels. It has an interest. Such as for instance. Do you want more say in your life. You can't do that. You're right that there is a confusion culture there you're right that that is in many respects anti-democratic but we also know that the chinese people do want more of a say in their lives and so You know at the particular time. Even though communist party propaganda has been extremely effective in molding views. The truman show. I mean this is the only thing that people know nonetheless. We do know that there is discontent with the government style of the communist party and if they really had a choice Who knows what they would eventually choose.

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Gordon Chang Describes How Mao Is Responsible for the Deaths of Tens of Millions

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 18 hrs ago

Gordon Chang Describes How Mao Is Responsible for the Deaths of Tens of Millions

"Gordon. You mentioned mile in your discussion of china today and the fact that xi jinping is creating a semi authoritarian regime. He's not mao. Help us to understand who now is and why for some i mean we talked about communism. My parents suffered under communism stalin. Lenin these are the figures we think of but the chinese regime is the deadliest of all we are talking about. Maybe fifty sixty million people killed in. The name of karl marx is a utopia told to us about the significance of mile in the building of the communist state and the significance of now still today. Yeah now is one of the early members of the chinese communist party which was generally formed around. Nineteen twenty one. The official birthday is july. First one thousand nine hundred ninety one mile was a enormous vigor dominated china and indeed dominated asia for quite some time When mouth was successful in forming the people's republic of china which was declared on october first nineteen forty nine mao became the most powerful china's theater and eventually he pushed out others And during mouse era the death toll was staggering far beyond any other leader. People say for instance in the great leap forward Which was the campaign. Nine hundred and fifty nine thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred sixty one time of the great salmon as it's called there somewhere between thirty and seventy million people died now. In addition to that you have five million people in the cultural revolution. You've got several million here and there But maoz death total could very well be somewhere in the seventy seventy five million range other people put it less. But the point is that this was one man directly responsible for policies that resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of people

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Author Gordon Chang Describes His Robust Beliefs About Communist China

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 19 hrs ago

Author Gordon Chang Describes His Robust Beliefs About Communist China

"Us a little. Bit of who. Gordon chang is and how you got the very robust beliefs that you have today said. I'm a writer. And i wrote a book the coming collapse in china in two thousand one in which i predicted the communist party would fail in ten years so as wrong about that The reason why i wrote that book was because lydia ni- were living in china We moved their august. Nineteen ninety-six because i went there to work for my primary client citibank. We were doing all sorts of deals and it was a very optimistic time. And i can remember when we moved to shanghai. Lydia got on the phone and said mom china's not communist anymore. And i agreed with her because i saw clients they would buzzed into shanghai. They would stay at the grand. Taio was just one of the most spectacular hotels in the world and they would say the same thing but as we lived in china As we traveled around talk to people work there We saw a very different country and that led us to believe that the regime was not stable. I think it still is unstable. It was able to get through largely because of the two thousand eight downturn and also because companies didn't hold china to its world trade organization promises which i thought they would so i've been wrong about timing but we're seeing a china right now. That is a dangerous now. A lot of people say that it's dangerous because it strong. I think it's dangerous because it's weak but fundamentally we have agreement on one point and that is that china poses and existential threat to the united states and to the international system.

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Has Anyone Really Ever Been Turned Away From Voting?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Has Anyone Really Ever Been Turned Away From Voting?

"Anybody that has ever been turned back away from the vote and busse. I would like to meet him because the only way they've ever been turned down to vote is if they weren't register a friend who suggested to me with the big audience. We have around the country. I should ask for an example of anybody who's ever been turned away from voting. And i'll bet you we wouldn't get one call. Can i believe that. In the same way if i d. I don't care if you're a hundred and ten years old. You're getting some kind of federal aid food stamps. Social security welfare. You got an id

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Why New York Mayor Bill De Blasio Is Racist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 1 d ago

Why New York Mayor Bill De Blasio Is Racist

"The blasios racist new york city is racist you want to know why one of the lowest vaccinated communities in new york is the black community. Black new yorkers aren't getting vaccinated. don't just take my word for it. Maybe you'll listen to the mayor of boston. Acting mayor kim janey the first woman and black boss stone ian to be there was asked about. New york's policy mandating vaccines for indoor activities. She says the move is reminiscent of slavery. She says the move is reminiscent of the long history in the united states. She said of people needing to show their papers when asked about the mandate. We're gonna find this clip for you from wc vb. I've got the article here from the new york post. During slavery this is a quote mayor. Kim janey of boston during slavery. Post slavery as reason as you know what the immigrant population has to go through here. We've heard trump with the birth certificate. Nonsense i don't know what that's got to do with papers but so so be it. She says here. We wanna make sure that we are not doing anything that would further create a barrier for residents of boston or disproportionately impact by pock communities b. i. p. o. she. I always forget what these people of

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How The Mighty Cuomo Dynasty Has Fallen

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 1 d ago

How The Mighty Cuomo Dynasty Has Fallen

"Wonder how new yorkers who have adored andrew cuomo are feeling now how about new yorkers who supported the cuomo dynasty. i mean there's you know he's part of a dynasty. You got. Mario cuomo his famous father. You got the famous brother on cnn. I mean the cuomo's wow they're they're lefty royalty they're just democrat royalty. Aren't they wonder. What what mario cuomo would be shane. The great michael goodwin had some thoughts about that. The pulitzer prize winning columnist. Curtis does as well here on line. Three hey curtis welcome how you doing. Hey mark how you doing good. Good prayers go out to your son. Trevor thank you very much curtis. We all appreciate that our family. Thanks you very very much. I grew up in new york. Mario was the best governor state ever had on. Always talked about him. Said how good he was to the state of new york. But how can he the nipple piercing governor legs so stupid. How can you be so stupid to do that. You're telling it's it's arrogance why you know it's a good question and let's focus on that for a minute. How do these famous people think they can get away with those things. Maybe it's because they always have and they think they always will. But you know i. I don't know. I don't know how famous people get away with what they get away with.

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The Contradictions of the Biden Approach to COVID-19

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 1 d ago

The Contradictions of the Biden Approach to COVID-19

"Hill conrad black the unraveling contradictions and ambiguities in the biden administration's approach to the apparently imperishable in nineteen crisis has many ironies and it presents. A grave threat to administration. Who's standing in public opinion is beginning to waver yuda thank you thank maybe going to waiver. The political honeymoon is of course over and by the way conrad black push it as is customary. The political honeymoon granted all new president's. All that is except donald trump is andy trump. Never had a honeymoon. They wanted to impeach trump the day he was inaugurated remember. Remember the washington post. The impeachment proceedings have begun the day. The guy got before he was even in office and they're still playing that. Sorry silly pathetic game.

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The Irony of New York: From Lax Voting Rules to Strict Vaccine Mandates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 1 d ago

The Irony of New York: From Lax Voting Rules to Strict Vaccine Mandates

"I love new york i do. I'm not gonna pretend. I don't but i i know that they're going to do a lot of damage to their own shitty by telling people we're going to treat you like second-class citizens if you aren't presenting your papers. The irony of new york. I've told you the story midtown manhattan showing up to vote in the twenty sixteen presidential election. I'll remember this like it was yesterday for the rest of my life. Showed up at the polling place. Hold out my wallet. Started to give them my driver's license. They said oh. We don't need your driver's license. Just go in what's your name. What's your name. I felt like saying napoleon bonaparte going in go vote. They don't want your. Id and new york devote because they would have been disenfranchising. Me wait a minute. i'm white. Probably not only black scat disenfranchised right or the elderly. They can present a driver's license. They don't know how to do that. But you better know how to present your vaccination card if you're black in new york or you ain't getting in and you wanna know one of the lowest percentages in new york you want to know. What percentage of black new yorkers have gotten the vaccine. Are you ready for this. Thirty one percent vast majority of black new yorkers won't get the vaccine so maybe this will. I don't know nudge them under the right direction. Because if not you're going to stay home.

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Andrew Cuomo Offers Cringeworthy Defense in Response to Sexual Harrassment Allegations

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:09 min | 1 d ago

Andrew Cuomo Offers Cringeworthy Defense in Response to Sexual Harrassment Allegations

"They going to remove him. are they going to. They're going to impeach him because he's not going anywhere let's be let's let's face it. He's not going anywhere he is He is absolutely gonna dig his heels in. He gave this stupid video yesterday. Here's cut one cuomo's denial same thing he said before. Now this is after his own attorney. General reveals the findings of an exhaustive investigation. That he in fact did this. He he was essentially terrorizing women in the workplace. Any other man any of us would be gone. Not this guy. I want you to know directly from me that i never touched anyone inappropriately or made inappropriate sexual advances. I am sixty three years old. I've lived my entire adult life in public view. That is just not who i am. And that's not who i have ever been. He went onto say he kisses everybody.

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An Ignorant Tweet Liberals Are Circulating About This Generation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 1 d ago

An Ignorant Tweet Liberals Are Circulating About This Generation

"One. Bang bang back to back. I saw a tweet. That's Making its way around Twitter. That's so disgusted me. That's so upset me through my entire podcast. If you listen to the podcast benefit, you'll even hear in my voice. How furious I am. What was the tweet? It was by some guy Heinze baked the jeans. I don't know who it is. It's not even a real avatar. It's not a person. I don't know who this person is. But this tweet a couple of people were sighting at liberals like Yeah, This is right. Yeah, So right. What a perfect analysis of our time and the tweet reads this. Kind of a bummer to have born at the Don't worry, Jim. I got it. I know what you're thinking, kind of a bummer to have born at the very end of the Half around, if you know what I mean century Just to live the rest of my life in the find out century. So this Heinz big jeans, dude or woman? I don't know who it is, Uh, Obviously it's not a name there. It's not even an avatar. Seeming to suggest that my gosh, those are, uh Those losers who be bequeathed this country to us and handed it down to us. They didn't do anything. Now we're left to find out all the consequences of their laziness just screwing around the whole time, and I thought Wait. Hold on red flag on the field, like are you? Is this a joke? It's not like there were other liberals like, Yeah. Lazy bums in the fifties and sixties forties thirties and twenties losers If you're only is Intellectually is smart and hardworking as we were you bums. Now you see why it threw off my whole show? My grandfather's generation and my father's generation.

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Andrew Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Women, Including Employees, New York Attorney General Finds

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:21 min | 1 d ago

Andrew Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Women, Including Employees, New York Attorney General Finds

"Andrew cuomo's in desperate need of a A new pr agent. I don't know what he's going to do. He denied it again. He's doubling down. You saw what happened. I mean he's under criminal investigation. And i'm not sure he might not get arrested. The attorney general yesterday was breaking during our show. We reported it as breaking news. New york governor andrew cuomo big harassment. Cereal harasser inappropriate behavior hostile workplace environment. You know everything that he is said to have done. Gets you fired anywhere else. I mean there's just no way around that your workplace you work in an office. Did you used to work in an office. You understand what he did would get you arrested or me arrest. Forget fired getting fire would be the least of your problems to consider all of these all of these allegations that the new york attorney general. This is not some fly by night private. Investigators the attorney general the state of new york democrat but teasha. James big ashwin. Yesterday he did it. We investigated extensively. And this guy did it.

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Rep. Elise Stefanik Calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Resignation and Immediate Arrest

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 1 d ago

Rep. Elise Stefanik Calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Resignation and Immediate Arrest

"At least phonic new yorkers calling for andrew cuomo to be arrested go get them now. Put the handcuffs on him. Don't know how realistic that is. He ain't going anywhere he's gonna pull. The ralph north enlisted that matter sexually harass a bunch of women put on black face and where some ku klux klan robes. When you're a democrat a democrat means never having to say you're sorry you don't have to move you don't have to leave your just just. Hey look at cove. Ed that was that was part of andrew. Cuomo's bazaar defense. Yesterday after the bombshell announcement that happened during our show yesterday the attorney general tissue james announced the findings of an extensive exhaustive investigation. All kinds of people many many women accusing cuomo they say credibly of inappropriately touching him so he brought out a slide show. I'm not kidding you and the slide show shed. It's not just women. I'm just kind of a groping. Old man i liked to grow people. I touch people. I kiss people to. I am at must be an italian thing. I'm not kidding. Cuomo released a video statement after the new york attorney. General announced the findings that he broke the law. This is this is break now you know. We're we're tiptoeing around this. Because the governor of new york violating the law is another way to say. You've broken the law. When you break the law you get arrested. I'm not sure at least phonic is wrong.

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The Key to NYC: Only Vaccinated Employees and Patrons Are Given a Free Pass

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 1 d ago

The Key to NYC: Only Vaccinated Employees and Patrons Are Given a Free Pass

"You're required to show proof of vaccination in order to live your life normally. What does that mean for you. That to me has a big impact and in new york city. The mayor de blasio made a big announcement yesterday and not only is this going to impact the millions and millions of people who live and work and play in new york but to blasios is calling on other cities around america to follow suit so today announced a new approach which were calling the key to nyc. Pass the key to new york city when you hear those words. I want you to imagine the notion that because someone's vaccinated. They can do all the amazing things that are available in the city. This is a miraculous place for literally. Full of wonders. And if you're vaccinated all that's gonna open up to you. You'll have the key you can open the door but if you're unvaccinated unfortunately you will not be able to participate many things. That's the point we're trying to get across. It's time for people to see vaccination as literally necessary to living a good and full and healthy life. It's a beautiful city miraculous city. There great restaurants theater pro sports museums bars. But in order to go to any of it. You gotta have the key. You gotta have the magic key. You gotta have the golden ticket that you found in that chocolate bar. But you bought from the willy wonka chocolate factory. You gotta have your vaccine pass if you don't have your paper you can't go to any of these places if you don't have that golden ticket you're not getting in

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"first podcast" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"first podcast" Discussed on Dead America

"And your life will go a lot better. We have a lot of exciting things coming in to the new season. we've already taped a few episodes. Were super excited. Because we already have several others lined up ready to record episodes for the dead america. Podcast i am very humbled by the growth of our podcast and by the people that are reaching Be watching for a lot of change. This year with erica and myself. Make sure to join me next week for another episode of.

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"first podcast" Discussed on Dead America

Dead America

05:41 min | 7 months ago

"first podcast" Discussed on Dead America

"Dive in and learn something right now. I am super excited for twenty twenty one. I have not felt this good coming into a year in many years. I'm starting the new year off seeing things in a new light. I've had plans for a few years to change. Who and what. I am and to develop the skills that i need to change my personal situation. We all have the power to do that. We all have the power to see positive or negative. The influences that we surround ourselves really matter. I look very hard for influences. That can enhance me to change me to help me. Identify who i truly am and not what somebody else thinks. I might be twenty. Twenty one will be a great year. I know that my attitude going into the new year is a good attitude. So i can make sure i feel comfortable. I can understand who. I am a little better by slowing down. A lot of us. Want to rush things in life baby steps. I always encourage people to slow down and enjoy life. Life is short so we have to enjoy as much of it as we can when we put too much pressure on ourselves. Life is not enjoyable. So that's going to age us. That's gonna make us fill calloused in many ways. Slowdown look around you. Identify who you are and what you really want in life and then go get it. It's up to you to find and develop the skills that you need to change your life situation. I've been in many situations in my life. I've had to recover from. I've had revaluate what i was doing. It's critical that we understand where we are in life at all times always identifying are passed to control our future. It's not easy to do but when we can control the mind. It's gonna help us a lot so let's get into our new season of america. We have a new season in the works. We've already recorded a couple shows and were super excited about the new changes that are coming to america. Podcast we've put a lot into debt america in the last year because we believe in who we are. And we believe that we can achieve what we set out to achieve. It might not go as we planned but we still have our eyes on the prize and we are still pushing forward to our ultimate goal. How we get there. Well that plan has to fluctuate you have to be able to bend a little bit with what is going on in your life. Just remember you want to be some place later in life so you've got to take the steps to plan out your future. It might not go as you plan. But it sure is nice to have a plan along with a good plan. You need a good support system so find the people that you need around you. Those that will support you in your time of need. Not pity you and not tell you what you want to hear but those that have strength themselves. That will tell you what you need to hear the things that will make you better in life. That's the challenge my friends to challenge yourself to be told you need to be better by somebody else. That's not always easy. It's not always easy to take but sometimes it's great to listen to somebody else about yourself that way you can see what other people see. It allows you to adjust your life. It allows you to think about who you truly are. Those people that have the strength to tell you with compassion and dignity. Those people that want you to succeed because you are a person those are the type of people you want to find in your life. It's hard nowadays but those people exist.

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The Rell World

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"first podcast" Discussed on The Rell World

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"first podcast" Discussed on The Rell World

The Rell World

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"first podcast" Discussed on The Rell World

"Here's another one of my early moments when we used to report at the crib. We did episode on Music Joe Butter had a line music is just what feeling Sound Mike And that gave me the inspiration to just about songs and how they made me feel at the time and it kind of go through them. So we went through a whole list of James where we just talked about kind of you know how this made me feel at the time what I was going through the emotions are all in that and I remember at the time people telling. Me Like yellow this is my favorite episode that you've done and it's touched on something because I love music I never wanted to have the music podcasts because, of course, I can't compete with the industry do WanNa Joe Benefit that you don't want my opinion you want his opinion, you want rap genius. So like one of those dudes. So it was really cool that like I had so much. Love just doing that and I don't even think everything that we talked about was new. It was just like l. how do you feel about this and we were able to break it down in ways that music was digestible us. Yeah I know we've done a couple of. Different episodes about music, but it was the first one. Yeah. It was the first one. I've really really hit. Yeah and it was the first one that did it, and then you know even from the first, we've moved on onto different ones I may I think? Even just a couple of months ago as they started to do the versus you know I've really enjoyed the content that you put out with when I do my. Actually. He's not saying what you think back. It was those episodes in the beginning. That did that you take from and be like are where I want to set it up like this you know I mean. Some of it. Just a little different other than a versus main, you ain't want to have this same exact way it's like. I do Kinda WanNa Pinch on it because you know you wanNA. Do some versus because we all got a couple of versus they would probably not ever going to see. Mean we were never going to see beyonce and. We were. But it was like you know what we're. GonNa go see Holden and not yeah we're not just not you. Know. What I'M GONNA put this out have a good time with it. Right. But his goals conversations that we had in the beginning about music, which even gave you the idea to like fast you know what I mean. That's at the Yes actually set the stage. Stage most yeah April. I'm sally, boys been some episodes this. This is crazy. One hundred Bro. You came a long way Bro that's..

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First Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"Three or four. She's very important. If you tell a lie, you didn't have to remember who toll what lie to and that very very difficult. Inlet Shit stop with. Instead of telling the truth and being very authentic, and making the case and the argument, he elated. What. And the message will west heavy spin to it. And at the end of the dive is not much distance between spin. And Lie, so that was a really important. Mom taught me mumble. Sir taught made that inch. Knocking is something to be. With a great deal of suspicion. In comparing yourself to. The tracking needs to be dealt with graduate suspicion. I wanted to go out until after midnight. And I said to my. Mom. That's fine because I'm decide Niger's Day. Denise NASA's allowed to go out until two o'clock in the morning among. Neon she said. I don't care what today stands. It's what you do that counts and at the end of the day. That's must polling for later. It's what you. And actually counts as comparing yourself Jay. Everybody else struggle this benchmark since inches get into what it is that unique to. Well Dad was there long. Of those licenses well in completely. You know. On May stage because this is dead with proficient accolate, Hey, will. I'm from foot running. For being an apprentice boilermaker when I was talking to Caitlyn to from a data, got my competitive spirit and gone. And undestanding about preparation and. Jag Fix anything I. Remember going out with some might see middle harbour on a fifty foot. Big citizens of the modern we had to come home and a minor. Win Win Win John submitted were not a thing, stocks kitten. They stray of very hard power. Holly funds manages a went Hitless tooks. MMG visiting. Guests the dead Sade Derek Double. Team general something. I? With coach! Seriously expensive by any is mind for todd dead. You know what's to have. Luke got torch I genuine Jan his torch. You can say Derek with George on inaugural. Jasmine, will I could totally. Saying and these saw. Does this that that don't look signed Derek? Don't you think that should? Have always looked to now and I had to get into this mention that commission talk negative targeted general. No wait. Stat was one of these people that it's just. Look and listen. Understand the other person's state. He used to say designing one spot. Don't don't con- scratch MITTS chain and few scratch that dog under the chain. You have afraid for life, so we pay. Funds for under the Chin Beautiful. That's a lovely lovely. Diane thank you so much for joining the only ship almo from for I. think that's a very very rich conversation for everybody in New Orleans and thank you for your partner and your questions. I, really appreciate it. As side? The Front foot is available on the capital website on Youtube and very shortly on your fiber podcast program, and the episode will be in out two weeks time and I'll be speaking with any crime. Who is the? Were couldn't university is a bit going on in the? Treasury Education Sector I`Ma. Keep an eye out for the guy should make sure you register. Join US sticks time Diane. Thanks again for joining us. Thank you for joining us for leadership on the Front Foot Bowl. Episodes in this series are available on the capital partners. Private rothe advises website capsule. Hyphen partners dot comes at a year as well as youtube channel and your favorite podcast APP, and we invite you to subscribe and share with your friends and colleagues. Take care and we look forward to many inspiring conversations in the coming weeks..

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First Podcast

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"We have more? WLAC experiences some of that sort of stock. Stick. Differences will fall away. On. That really. Want to see that women have equal opportunity. It's not about equal comes. I genuinely delayed that once even equal opportunity. That women will just rise through the system, but because the system is broken the moment and we can't get enough. Pitches to system. We actually have to try to identify some of the peach points and putting changes. WHAT IS BASE CHANGE? You can put it to change to a fast quarters. So I think that I'd like to see some intelligent coaches in Norway. According quieted school. Women on the largest listed ball to nicety donate forty percent target our something. Within two years just his company, so this sort of. Digital Stink to. Go through that Anaya chain and I am. I. Didn't break. The whole country didn't break things. So I think. To me, are one or like to say is real. 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Thank you associate somebody who had massive intellect, but had really worked had to get this agitate. Hill. Lynch's been a really strong mentor of mine. She was the first woman to innovate. Manage all the bank branch in Australia and for go, who started to tell at the local branch child in Queensland? Been Guy Pretty, much all of. Career is now in light seventies. That's an unusual person and she taught me a great deal about. Respecting yourself now, self wanting to wrestle, would through that, but you know I have been incredibly fortunate to sort of. Watching. From so many different, latest updated super hard to sort of picking up. Who are the ones? When you say someone this truly exception when he sees the charisma that comes through that confidence, the first time that I had an potatoes Bill Clinton united from about I fade away. That was a a a real helping Japan as well. The the presence and charisma, but not only that, but the understanding of. And the. Use of. 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Moved into a spot with not awake swing now if you don't hearing that, that's me right out. And the. Problems are on for you. To, somewhere. Where we started how? Because your MOM and dad! Have A. Huge influence. On the. Anomaly finished. With one of question, what are the couple of leash it? Really important that we should be following shelby. Observing to help US bay successful. Ma I'm going to do that to ask you one of the case. Among deadlock, said that built hassle tonight, word Fido of hard work and very much direct action paypal. So when you sound, we do clear I got from. But I also got still extensive of wanting just just. Feeling very annoyed about injustice in when it's not fair and equitable, so that's another one of the reasons. I'm such strong advocate. To Gender Equity About Mom taught had cut really interesting since one of the things she told me was that. It's really important. 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First Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"To from jobs and I think most people generally what food. or at least very steidl jock? And we were really came to try to take some of the telephone traffic volume. Put it into the branches because people had the time to do it ahead to what we have spies. But. We couldn't do because the technology was caught up with us, but tonight you could actually do that so I think some of the sittings quite different, and while the light arbitrage is stupid, they are. Pools of Labour very different of the Niagara in Australia. I think we will give some whiting to disruption and to risk, and also to just having John Strong so think that's what's GONNA call supply China to change around some guys. What color were. Processes but to think that we're going to suddenly start against manufacturing Ivan I really changed. Some of those supply chains that are more things that manufactured the we supply chains. I think he is really pretty much pot dream. Sadly, Wing, will I've time change things because I think people will be really uncomfortable on on medical tot products purely from offshore. Think about some level of. High Grind, factory! At the very least it's going to redefine just in time. Yes, entangled with. Questions On really I'm really getting you on these. About Twas Diane's opinion on the provision about gun. Talk about sanctions more will this. Thing. This is more general. I at saints, many decisions and subsequent by. A police handle interesting. It's interesting to come back to this question about what's the role of government? And like I said before what covets darkness is? Faster. More than. Makes some, of the issues? In a very. Compatible a couple of months ago. But certainly, what is happening at the moment is government is moving into doing more things in my king decisions are, it will be interesting to say how easy it is to get back in a helicopter. Tonight yesterday Janney during his swearing. One thought we'd plays God back up to the level of governance that you'll today. I Don t interior in Western Australia too much trouble with that relationship. He has done very fun job working out with still eleven to joked stunning. I have caught too much. And I think that's going to be a real problem for us because. While I think government has done a very good job of San. What we can't dude. It's been much harder for them to support through this process of reopening and now what you can do. And the people that have a Nike Inc phenomenon in the really big strides, individual employers could cheekily lodge wants who just. A responsibility. And I think the prime minister's pain quite clear. But also the industry bodies and associations the. Commerce and sought for Australian Hoteliers Association here. Would slates very front for a will, if we. Could what we need. What would make paces puzzle and we'll God's given. How can we have people clear what responsibilities are and I think we're doing a really nice job of that he. Soy. It's when government steps haast. They cool constitution walls and tries to get too much into this delivery, too matching to impacting the rules that sitting Markelle it not tribulation that we start problems at until I think it's so much lack of professionalism, but I think it's some misunderstandings of the scope. Craig and doing things that are unnatural acts the government over rich. He averaged the really nice way to describe it. Now! This is an interesting sort of related to the conversation. We're having just omitted. Combing strike lost its resilience to withstand shocks. The thing so little I think corporate Steiner's done a good job of responding to this. Question Questions Gone to supply child question. which basically says that you know if we have to bring activity here we have to. Do Things. A really different why? What's capacity capability to joy that and that's not where needs to be. And for the most part noisy. He. Just. Absolutely I am. Really came into time Coming back to Janey around the gender diversity. Because you are a great advocate, Virginia the city. Some could argue that like since the creature. Cool, but I I haven't. Tonight is what to them? On. Your philosophy, if you will you brush the overarching draw? Of Wind. Y passionate about this decision. It's faded. Interesting. Journey lay because it really wasn't until about ten years ago when I was in. Early fifties that I started to realize that could actually have a voice and really important voice in. The somebody who could move the dial. There was some things that I found a just came on math and science. You know it was the time of the Thirty Percent Club getting. targeted. That was forty, four twenty and I win. Hang on, take women fifty one percent of the population. 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"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

First Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"About it the last little while heading come bullets and can't see audience com government. This is really a very important part, and we can say that just comparing the behavior of our later political leaders with. Would jump pretty well financial twice. I'm Jay Z. that communism people really look at native leadership. Had this talk? Would tool plus wave Kamau resilience? And and you just saying how important. Resilience is I wonder if we just. Canes. Really important thing for me, you know because as somebody who's made a number of transitions, you know I talked about in governmental high. Degree how Tom you know when I moved from? Sydney In. Middle aged, since sort of got into advertising marketing management consulting. That was a beat. And they moved into WESTPAC career really accelerated very quickly through doing abilities as you talked to Jones scope, bigger stakes call. And then I went off shore to kin- didn't get what one out of my career at this. Is, what it can't. Sadly, rates in I speak transitions. Really feel that it wasn't until that last transition back to Australia. That are sort of took enough time to think well. What is it about they would want to do shouldn't exceed. Stop to sign. Yes, and getting on with an having fun. Do even planning. had. The conversations that you and I had. The money you know anything about that was actually part. For me was typing Tom Myself. And certainly learned. That! My resilience comes because I introverted and I love this one concession a lot of him a lost with my book. And to realize that a headed extra coping skills house very happy. Sit places running change leading notch projects so forth that if there wasn't enough time for a major rebrand, myself draw energy. From..

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"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

First Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"There was a few features you had to enable. We have always so from the sites in order to to Mike it. Now. I saw rule of thumb. Nothing with having you spray. The general, the this was more of a statement from Chris, but I think there's a good question I'm aware of this being a topic of conversation. Is it true that the MAC office? At Mac Os, you know the the apple up writing systems a much more secure than than PAC-, based ones, and therefore you really need a. A Protection System as well as you MAC writing system. Yeah, the answer to that is is that neither not more inherently secure it's a matter. Did she speaks saying Marker soft. And Pay. On Technology Mike's up something statistically speaking, there's a lot more vulnerabilities in the market and the reason the apple market. Could get. This is more of a mortem, and so there's a perception that they move secure. look I mean apple will tell you sit and things about this system that makes it on most secure, but I certainly recommend you go without things. Anti Bars so even if you're gonNA Simply must have meant you are on the. and it you know if if if. The edges arguing affect. The KAISA always just talking about about the medical practice that's been hacked from Romania. They will mix And the attack of Guts Mel wear into their environment so. It definitely does happen. So, can you? Just real off a couple of night while you might not much is not. Is it possible for you to? Reel off a couple of names of the sort of virus wear. PLAYAS and products that up a worth putting on shopping list all year looking can. She missed by some happy to recommend beat defender is one. which is very powerful it consistently. Sort performs very well. And is caught cost effective as well Saudi, definitely bit bit different. She's caught train. More crows caught caught. Who'd as well? but really look in in in the Malay Anti. Virus and anti. Malware Spice Guy. You get what you all. If. You're in a real hurry and you're on a mock system in windows. Descend a sure that's working. Which is the bill? antivirus in in Microsoft is getting. A bad reputation, but it's getting better. In. You'd have to make sure that switch. Don't yeah icon on a couple of quick ones. On the on the the chairs on the Q. Nine. Questions around social media sites. You know talk about to factual into Kantian aunt. We understand to backed with education for our. Bank accounts. Everyone gets that. Way respecter of indication available is everywhere. Look I think you'll find. It's on a lot of sought. Certainly, can link in It is becoming A. Standard Security Standards Might platforms in look, it's really important. We've helped a client who was Will Ease I. a widely recognized at flight.

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First Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"The important of having a positive outlook on life, the importance of having strong engagement in community of of having relationships that nurture you of of finding a sense of meaning in life, an accomplishment will really important, but. You know some of the stuff I've seen in social media fades and so forth during Kevin. It's just simplistic until you just gotTa think more positive, you know it just doesn't work like that does. This whole notion of the art of positive thinking it's a powerful thing in science. We know that but had. Can we move in that direction during during? Difficult talks because some people find that will difficult. CANOVA's absolutely what I think. I would go back to the notion of first of all. have. Sufficient abusive scored term potent have some compassion for yourself. You didn't choose your Brian. You didn't choose funny thing. You've got on top of your your body. So have some compassion for the fact that at times you will feel anxious tangible. Fill down at times. We'll say more German going. That's just have some compassion for that that the night showed the based. Is that pot about? Brian is always looking for tromble. It's always looking for. The dockside was the first day that a developed was. We have to keep us so safe, so we're kind of skewed. Be Little bit anxious so i. always excitement of feeling anxious psyche Alex obviously something magical a little bit uncomfortable. It's alright breed. We'll get through this to have some compassion that don't just push it away, not a good strategy, and then as you know my. I call instead of I. Talk About Rational to. Infamy rational optimism is the fact that I can think positively as much as my life, but sometimes. Happens just happens on and some not. Just my God so to me. It's about. Having passionate. I'm showing pretty bad. I'm chilling front. This is not what I wanted. This is not how it should be. This is not even how could be, but if this.

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"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

First Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"She's not may so don't few we. not fusing with her so. That's where we side very simple strategies festival. The first thing is. I mean just to see what the audience wants to. Regular exercise helps you manage to injury because I. Don't know how many picnic pig, but she's she's. And then I go for a walk. I'm not a runner of got bad news for really brisk walk. And after about twenty minutes. She's kind of just gone out there. She's she's. She's dead, but she's not do when she's there. She's got me when she's out there. I get my perspective back and the analogy of us. It's like holding a bit of written paper as you hold it. You can't say the words, but when you get it out there now you carita. And then you can guide Yay DJ. I've heard that one before now. Knots never happened, but this one next interesting. Jj. You can start to get your perspective and use bits of Jj that a helpful, so you don't get rid of the to Cape her in in a sense of perspective. You've also want to not be angry with her frightened or who you need to be. I'm fascinated and on bemused by I. Think some stuff. She comes up with a Kennel I. Just thought about laughing at my dude response. We've gotTA. Have that a relationship which not one of fear? It's one of understanding. She's just a part of you. And that's okay and she's a useful tool. So, we know that regular exercise helps giving her a nine or him. Nine helps because it diffuses. It makes you can helps you separator. She's but some of my clients just go. Oh, there goes my mind again, but I think giving nine is actually quite found. It helps you, you know. Another strategy believe it or not. Is that we actually use an ex therapy. Is you get people to what Dude resigned? But you use a cartoon characters voice so only one I know what to do, Sufferin succotash Felix..

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"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

First Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"What happens is people get anxious about being anxious, so then what happens a book triple? The amount of anxiety because was going to be this much anxiety, not only in that being anxious, and what about learning to have it for what it is, it's it's kind of response from your body. Your system single or we don't let this. WE'RE GONNA attack up signs, and he's actually really useful emotional visit motorbike copter safety. The other thing, too. Is that with depression? Depression really gets bad. Raw shouldn't feel fulfils sad. And it's like actually. Is, we should. Because things always evolving and changing, and we know that all of his will die eventually, and if you don't feel sad when somebody loved is if you don't feel sad, when somebody you values lost, what Kinda personal you so sadnesses also important. Only the emotions have been place angers number one that can get a really bad rap and you anger is very closely silent with justice win. You feel you've had an injustice. Put upon your. You can get very angry. And that's how we improve the world, so anger is also one of the primary emotion which helps us defend ourselves against opposite makes. makes her come up and fought the body, but in modern in modern person. If we get angry about something like third, world did in the Bob Geldof since this guy, let's do something about it. Let's make up money, so you see groups in Australia's. So for example, the moment, a lot of people in Australia angry about domestic violence, as that should be that sexually motivating people to do something about it, so it's kind of interesting that we we need to be more comfortable with our emotions bed at bay round for a long time. We share a lot of our emotions with other animals. Anybody who owns a dog, not exactly A. AF- rotten dog can become an angry dog very quickly because it gets angry because he thinks it's going to have to defend. It needs to get ready to smile and by so we shouldn't be shined those feelings we should. We should have them for what they are. Recognizing that I.

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First Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"It. Because he's a guy with a whip. Is Everywhere I guy in the last month? Puffing followed by a man or with whipper-snipper, whether it's in my front garden in the back garden is a whipper-snipper everywhere and is now in the park across the ride. Sorry about that. Saw when when we look at this risk side. The most individuals probably aren't going to be a ransomware target. That's going to be more about business. You know. They're gonNA. Go for guitar. But trying to get money out of your bank account by saying we'll. We've got this information about you and we. We're GONNA rats. Twenty thousand dollars. That's still a lot of money. But how? How does that will come to get? How do how does that information I assume the? Password information that sort of thing when you say, get sold, probably get sold dot web. But how does it play out? So I'll give you an example. Give you a specific example of a of a of a case. Of, lots of someone has the browser acts. could get in. A suspicious. A Mao phishing email that click on the link. it installs something in a plug into the browser that sits in the banking information. The next on I, get onto the. The bank website. It redirect some of that information to the attack. Like and then getting it and do things in the bank account I. Get credentials into the Bank camp. And then use that to set up a business, so that will go on, and then I set up a business completely legitimate, but on long established business that has a bank account strata as dynamic diamond name I use that to launch attack. against. Target! and I look for that target to mister x funds for instance because it's done the citing the raymond they rating their emails. Is Starting to getting saw the. Transaction and then the money gets sent to the the the first victims bank account. in the hack gets in there since that money, and all the rest of the the victims money by the why. Of the country. In a single transaction. that. What one example? There's many other things about how. To get this out. On that starts with that phishing emails spam looking stuff that comes into your inbox. And then it can come night into in serious financial. Also, let's talk about fish. Fishing emails owned my phone. Which is on silent, but it's right here in case I get. A, lick from Rachel telling me. I've done something wrong. The emails just come into my account and it says capital partners buoyed now. Cynthia, and a fun number has left you a message. Twenty three seconds long now know that spam so I just get rid of back. Tell us what? What's fishing fishing a mile?.

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"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

First Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"I think this next question I want to go into some of the risks that consumers vice touched on that amendment a guy but. We are all. Customers and clients of organizations and on our that I didn't months two years ago. I thought the good cybersecurity having a good spam filter an anti on what do they call it thing in the server room? The file will yeah, and I thought that was enough, but my experience tells me that it's knowing so. Important question what? What are good businesses doing to protect themselves from this risk and to protect? You know their customers the pinal. Private information. Are they? The the the first thing is. It's not a one off task, and I think we say too. Many organizations traded his to be sort of materially dealt with We seeks desktop security we've moved on. The enterprises are dealing with it. Not, just an ongoing, why at twenty four seven as well but I should say this journey. The threat is changing all the time in your environment is changing all the time and it. It does like a lot of to kate. You'll security up tonight. Just you know for instance in the last two weeks. Crime Browse Marcus of office. Wait End, apple critical patches for this software, which if not patched? Would People serious serious risk. Now a lot of businesses Donovan Neither out and that they have to do something bad soy. An at this happens. We'll talk so I'm prepared to invest in continuously. I've along him. getting some unlock a subscribe to help them when we look after twenty seven. We look for the Shoda. To, make sure that threats not not evolving vulnerabilities, all wing in their environment and the dealt with quickly. ended in I. Probably the. really doing his hiking the the regulatory responsibilities very. Very seriously, so their understanding, their exposure to things Privacy Act. I understand the regulations. In a vertical whether.

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"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

First Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"Food. What is it about life? And maybe we've been so busy. We've missed some of the stuff. We've not through any intent picking. Don't intend to do this, but you just get caught up, don't you? The it just carried along. I've often think this whole shutdowns been lacking enforced sabbatical. Will. Really Nice spot to shift gears and talk a little bit more about the the non because you've raised two three really interesting points day. What! The. Key things your same with your clients coming out of this. Good. You started to touch on lab. Well, let's talk about. The good I think he's the this quickly. Run through that we know that the silver linings lots of people talking about it and in the in the media. It is the fact that pick them slowing down. Even mark McGowan on television got last night, said. This is the first time in a long time that being to have an evening mail with my family, because normally I have to go to banks and Fahim, that's a silver lining and I thought. Gee, that must be the case for loss of people in public life. You actually get to stay home in the evening. An around shaking hands with by so that that's that's that's it's that connection with family. Each stat. Thanh reflect, it's getting back in touch with the joys of simple cooking. Will that kind of stuff so I think that studies a bit of a so blinding, but I think bad. Stuff is is has been very Very scary for many people scary in the sense first of all MRS, obviously very nasty disease, and so people are frightened for themselves in front today, families than Frank's. The pig will allow. They're trying and that, of course that makes sense, but also for many people the. The financial slash economic implications are huge I have clients who have lost their job and have nar prospects of anything in the in. The coming months. Actually Years I've had people whose businesses completely economists. That got people looking after it got people responsible, so they're feeling really. Bad for themselves. Feeling really bad about this stuff, so I think that that saints we've lost that security that certainty about future and human beings. This one thing we like to feel we're not too concise. Is, kind of basic made is to feel safe to have a sense all deductability in your life and the look. There's a lot unpredictable and the other thing of course. Is that not only? Is there lot some predictable? A lot of control has been taken why we haven't charged Charleston a lot of the restrictions that have been putting that being put upon us. We understand for for common good, but still remains. Remains like to make their own decisions like to do stuff. When you're told, you can't do something that's when you sit. People's back gets so I. Think it's it's been quite challenging in those wise, the other thing too is for lot of people. The trying to whip from Hong homeschooling I can't get GRANDPA to come round and help out because it's supposed to be social distancing some, they are at risk. So overwhelmed that I was reading an article in the baby. Say about the fact that people actually. Burnt out because saw me goals to juggle. The trying to do everything Cape Life going moment for the children, but meanwhile back at the ranch, trying to hold down their. That's been burying really giant challenging time. And then I've had other people who have saved. Not much difference to my life. I've got a copy deploys springs very introverted and I love I love the fact that they don't have to go to the office. I love the fact that. Yes,.

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"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

First Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"first podcast" Discussed on First Podcast

"Welcome to leadership on the Front Foot with your host David Andrew CEO and founder of capital partners private, both advised and author of wealth repurpose h week, leadership on the front foot will explore range of leadership topics and interview some of our communities best and brightest latest. Leadership on the front foot was established to provide different ideas and thinking for our community. The views in this podcast, a general in nature, and should not be construed as advice. Today David Interviews Clinical Psychologist Alex halt on the art of staying positive in these trying times. Alex is a practicing clinical psychologist with over thirty five years in government and private enterprise..

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"first podcast" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

Foodgod : OMFG

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"first podcast" Discussed on Foodgod : OMFG

"I've been waiting for this for a very long time. I am so freaking being excited. I'm so excited because our first interview just happens to be my best friend in the whole world who I've been best friends with now for like ten eleven years. I don't even know how many years we're going to tell you all about it. Her name is you guys. I got this point so this is my first podcast. What is this event like. You just said. Let's see your first podcast and I just was like okay. If I'M GONNA do podcast which I I didn't realize they were the biggest thing now but everybody listens to podcast. Now it's crazy. I love podcasts like I will get so much anxiety I just with life and listening to a podcast really would soothe me before I go to bed and I would try to listen to different criminal justice podcast. I listen to the serial podcast and they got roasted because I listen to it like four years too late after it came out but if you're into any Asmar a seminar that's what I feel like when I talk I. What's you don't know what is what? Is that what it's called. Wait what hold on let me at my phone. We are going to go to youtube for a second. I feel like I could be. I want to hear an asset bang. Literally in person God uh-huh spoken more sounds like therapy great. I'm GONNA use a similar to fall asleep hope. I don't pull myself to sleep with my own podcast. Look it's touching things and sounds softens often soothing. It's all about just noises. I never heard of this. This is incredible spring S. I wanted to like one with like different cheese beat ball. All the cheese pepperoni wrecked believe. I believe it's GonNa be so fun. I love this anyway so everybody always asks how we met and I just tell them the story that it was literally by accident. I sat next to you at this Mr Town though ordered story birth I'll Casa Vega Vega go solo you were solo and I actually came with Hilary Duff and it was like the craziest story because Lindsay Lohan was there with Gordon Ephemeral. They were like dating. I don't know what happened and Lindsey Aaron Carter. There was the whole drama back in those days of the Duff's and Lindsey and I felt bad that I brought her and Lindsey was like right. There and Jonathan and I told you need to find you see like I can't sit here. She's like take my seat and Hersi was next to you. That's held by accident happened that I could probably find pictures from that night. Valerie unbelievable. I don't remember any pictures from that night but that would be unbelievable. I AH SORTA straight. I always remember what I wore. I was wearing some kind of bag year shirt with my hair straight and I think like a headband or some something but I was like I never saw you in person ever but I used to be really good friends with Paris and Nicole for years especially like Paris I've known forever and Nicole I became friends with and we were we hung out twenty four seven Kevin like she was so fun and comedy but I never met you so crazy like at all and then I just like stopped hanging out with him and it was just quiet that dark period of time in la which I did not like not my vibe. I liked the La now which is like more funding influencers and it's a whole different world. Everyone's dressed fun. I just need unhappy that dark dark. La It was like miserable. Everything's like on drugs. I don't know what was going on back. Then it was like a tile I didn't really know really go out but it was like I would see such a dark time in and all of a sudden. La became fun again and it was like but it was after all those nothing any of them were drugs to sing..

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