27 Burst results for "Foale"

"foale" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"It's not like they will run buses or anything So yeah the police needs the needs to collect the illegal firearms and crackdown on the on. The family on the family will the leaders who are definitely involved in In pushing this forward do you get the sense that on a daily basis people who are living in the arab cities who are not involved obviously in these in these criminal families are concerned liquor the concern to the extent that they're afraid to leave their homes yet. I'm like with the case so as someone who did leave the home and got struck by bullet than definitely people are afraid and one of the one of the biggest bigger issues. It's very concerning foale for for israeli arabs. Yeah especially with the with the gun violence because that is Most of the killings release. It's a gun violence You know if you look at a some people some people christ alone the criticism against this some people say that you know it's like domestic violence and whatnot but this just isn't as much domestic violence in the jewish jewish as well. Yeah there's also random fights as well that that happens to everyone in every community. But you know i don't have the exact number but i at least from what i remember. Most of the killings nap Violence so if you collect the illegal farms and it's not from the that the country khandu they. They can't do it. It's not particularly difficult. You know getting getting to it again. Look at israel from from a from an immigrant's perspective from an english speaking country israel as a society is much less formal and an relies less unprofessionalism more just social socially lubricated easygoing nece which is just not a good way to police. I mean you need to have good relationships to the community..

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"foale" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Into this place but Yeah i would love ideally five. Yeah you have to be willing to embrace the chaos and your house. Your house is really beautiful and tidy with that. I'm just. I'm really scared about weeding already with the carpet. I'm just going to have to since the carpets right Because i actually liked to. I think i saw the headline magazine. You showing your house and it was a pristine and beautiful and tranquil. And then max your husband had had one chat just covered and i mean i'm with max that's me say. She is so tidying. I'm just this cd gang round but we got maria now. he's just saved my bacon. Honestly she's like a gift from heaven. I love her. she's she does she a maria. Don't don't tie his chad like leave. Eighties he needs me tired episode. I thought she spoiling hands housekeeper. She's did she left property. Cry days days. She's become such to part of the family. She started when we just as well about offi. Save that was minus little presence to kind of not. Stop me from game out because about your husband. Does the same but the clothes don't go anywhere near the bedroom. The socks and everything is in the stairs and the dishwasher never gets filled it gets in the sink the never gets put back on the so. I think maria was a bit of a statement. Same grace yeah. We go into this funny situation where because during lockdown especially Richard at my all roles became very very pronounced so he would be doing. The mealtimes actually was brilliant. So cooking lunch. Is this up. And i found myself on laundry. Jt pretty much exclusively. So that's kind of maintained. Can you do laundry. What one time. He literally went in and when the washing machine tunnel and he was pointing the tumble-drier. I think not so i will put little voted pile of its little bits and bobs on the floor next difference away and we have quite an old cat. She's like seventeen and apparently she has but she's taken tonight wing everywhere. Then she thinks he's close is like a lesser trae. So the other day he was like rizzo keeps ringing on my house. I or you know what the solution for that is. Yeah ofttimes you. Mike foale geriatric cat. She's thinking about me. Give me a business. Yes so how did you find having your second. Did you find found like it was double the work. Do you find like it's double the work having two kids now so i think you've got a similar age gap. I still a very. That'll he's only three months. Yeah i think the end..

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"foale" Discussed on Everyday Marksman Radio

Everyday Marksman Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Everyday Marksman Radio

"Marksmanship. So gear is nice gear can help you. But it's not gonna make up if you don't have good solid marksmanship fundamentals now. No let's talk about gear itself if i had to pick two pieces of equipment. We'll say three three things that i think when i go shoot another one these matches the i know these the three things are going to have to have a side from my rifle and scope but three things number. One is a good versatile shooting bag. I was using a we bad fortune. Cookie mini But the game changer was also really popular. One that i've heard a lot of people talk about i. That went out there to number two would be a risk board or some way truck my dope for those of hugh foale the site. Then you know. Recently before this match i published a whole article about. Here's my custom dope cards. And i made three dope cards to myself spanning from fifty yards at five hundred yards worth of drop. And you know how many times use those in the match zero because as it turns out when they sent out the stages ahead of time the night before i was able to plug in every stage look at the numbers and then calculate with my calculator my blissett calculator for every target. What is my exact drop. How much they have to dial turret. So then i went into the match knowing those notes so instead of actually opening up my little wrist board where i could look at my dope cards i slap some masking tape on the top and for every stage through the tape on there in a row down target one. Three hundred ninety seven yards that is eighteen. Point two mills of drum and i would just write that on right that on the on the tape and at the stage reputation off put tape on for the next stage and do it that way way faster. A lot of folks were even had a little car little lax on their rifles where they could slap that tape onto the little on the rifle and then they could read it as they were doing..

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"foale" Discussed on Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

"Discovers jesus. It's almost as if they get to read john ten ten that you and i both know we went to college bible colleges jesus i have come to give life in life to the full and it's as jazzy before even reading that is like i'm trying to figure out life and this is terrible. But then they discovered jesus and they say this is real. This is full living this life and then they turn around and aim by all their friends. Unashamedly the hey. We're all trying to figure this out outcome. i found something. And i i see that. I am so encouraged because it's like woman at the well all over again. We're like the whole town is coming the discussing of jesus for real or not. Now i think for us as youth mr we have to create the space for the holy spirit to move. I have found that youth ministers quite uncomfortable with abandoning the outcome. I don't mean like go crazy but mentioned like me. Yeah quite uncomfortable at this idea of kaley. Spirit you come now do you think. I'm handing over the mic to you. And i know that sounds kind of like what we're supposed to do. But i actually found when i was in ministry. I control the outcome. Like i really could and i was quite content controlling outcome. Because we're seeing like fruit. Yeah but i don't know if it was a fruit. I don't know if it's the fruit that the lord talks. I mean god was really good kind in use everything i did a man. What if what if we as a church create space for the holy spirit to move like just came a practice us reset commonly spirit because jen's e is waiting. Offer that the like michael foale. So yeah i do think that this generation is totally going to spring up and lead lead in all sorts of profound ways. We're actually starting to seed around the country to spun. Yeah yeah no there. This is great. I feel like well. You know as you talk and maybe as i talk for you like i keep thinking of like more things to bring up. I could talk for a long time about things one thing. I did want to mention real quick before. I want to get back to a question i asked earlier. So when you talk about fruit in handing. I liked that hanging the mic over right. And like i actually outcome and things were good because i saw fruit and i saw advancement and so that maybe even said we'll see because i'm doing this. Then it's good and what it reminds me of is what like the current hot thing. That's trending with evangelical especially millennial i feel like is the rise and fall of mars hill podcast and how it's easy to justify an unhealthy culture or unhealthy direction of things when you can justify because you can point to results..

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Raising Rivers as a Bluff

Chasing Poker Greatness

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Raising Rivers as a Bluff

"Theme is Bluffing rivers raising rivers as a bluff. Like we've done a bunch of episodes those but those most exciting hands generally so that's why we do so. This had opened with me. Cut off with ace. Ten of spades. this is we are four handed playing five head. No limit cash I open the slogan foale. Three butts and the big blindfolds gonna be flagging a senator spades alday versus three but from blinds from the cutoff. So i call. Yeah this three sizing tell me about the sizing. It's like a little looks a little weird. But i don't really open to your size so this is like pretty close to this is that they should be through bettering to versus the two point. Two five i think like i don't know if you want to scale it like exactly. It would be like close to one hundred dollars but this is just i dunno. It's half the half a big wide less than that. So i think this is is is really. Yeah i would just go like one hundred ish but i mean whatever. They're they're dialing it back like point two five big blinds for this. I feel like they're using like some. Scroll like there's just lazily just kind of like scrolling and like okay ninety seven fifty. That's close maybe. I don't know. I i don't know if that's the case or not because i mean seems like there'd be more precise than that at there's some people like there's some people who three that and i can tell. Just click like they just click. The pop feel like three position that that number is exactly. What like see ladies and gentlemen if you've listened to deep patrick leonard episode of why he thought he could make a run at high stakes poker. That whole story. I suggest you listen to the podcasts. And because that's just a hilarious story. And this is kind of alludes to that that i guess we should never underestimate the laziness of poker players and even the highest of stakes maybe even especially the highest stakes poker players. Why did you say that. Why especially just. Because like i think the i i just think that the highest of stakes poker players can get a little lazy. They can't get lackadaisical they can you know get less hungary. They can just be playing to make money every single month. Then just get kind of distracted not zone and whatever i mean like you said to be fair ninety seven fifty one hundred one. Those are all perfectly fine through bet sizes. So they are they are so we get this gorgeous flop of five of hearts in eight of clubs and a nine of spades and fabulous check-check. Let's start there to check on the flop your check back but do you think about banning the flop stabbing the flop checking back stabbing the stabbing these like low and middling flops With range if you wanted to facing check is probably fine I think with a hand. That's worse than as hype certainly Be way more inclined to stop. But when i block villain from having like eisai. Hans himself I think that i am going to be ahead of white. A large portion of villains Range at that. I if i stop the swap with this sort of hand i'm really just getting mostly worshipful I'm a little skeptical though like. I'm i'm skeptical. That you're gonna always realize what year even a high percentage of the time realize equity on a variety of different run out like you are being king queen but like you know. Are you always going to realize equity and just call down on blank run outs. Well i mean if you wanna see what i could prove it to the fans. If you're on a you prove something. I don't know don't know that you prove you're gonna call down but we prove very talks about the theme of the episode so yeah and then also like especially with this eight ten of spades with like eight and nine with a spade on board. It's like it's way more painful to get check raised off of this. I think when you have like a ton of diamonds for example like there's equity more equity tibi realized on this particular board with stem space. So i if. I bet the swap and get check raised. I'd be way sadder than if i had said of. Diamonds are like king queen. Whatever and got chuck

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"foale" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

"Yeah take the dive jumping deep end. I think the three of us all feel you will enjoy it. You should do it. And if you're listening at this point and we have a convinced issue maybe check your pulse if you're listening to at this point and you haven't read the series. What are you doing. Oh thank you so much. We love you and thank you for your support and your ears. But y'all know. I know yeah okay jamison exploiting all of this so much better than just puts it into beautiful words and i think we said that is that a lot of things and the themes are not new but she puts them in a way where it feels very urgent and very timely but some of the concepts. She comes up with to explain. It are very new exciting. I really hope the earth is not like this and couple hundred thousand years in the future for hundred thousand years it might be like this and a couple of tens of years maybe not with the with the niners in the tenors the foale cannock eruptions spewing poisonous gasser season the the what was the season of the teeth when everybody went cannibal. Oh yeah n que jameson. One more thing one more thing for you. Can you please write a short story collection of place in all the seasons like you know. Pick somebody that lives through the season and right doesn't live through or doesn't live through right right fifty pages or you know thirty pages or whatever and just do a bunch of because dan collection you know please please please please please will be the first ones to buy it. And just like maybe. A portion of our proceeds can go towards charities. If your choice you can sweeten the steel for you here. I mean look at us between the three of us we've got. We've got kindle versions. We've got audiobook versions. We've got physical books. You can have graphic novel to. I would love to see your graphic. A louis either. I'd rather see a graphic novel than a tv series actually like now. That's that's that's just me. That's just me personally there. Some things that i don't know how they're going to capture visually in a in a video format now i explained it just use tinsel throwing ten slow around party streamers we should also give the the mama the year word. Yeah we'll also. I didn't notice before she'll also give her the lever of the year word. Is everyone that she has hooked up with dementia. They tell yeah. We didn't even talk about him. All the doctor learn a. He's a sweet guy lost in the earth. He knew the risks but a hit me last night. It was like okay so gone.

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"foale" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

09:23 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Whereas i think in the western paradigm there's any actual real emphasis on that in terms of developing yourself as a person if my yoga teacher said in china quite often sim medical specialists. If they have a problem or their families really sick they sneak them into the yoga hospital. Because he's like. I know i'm a heart surgeon but my mom's really sick with a heart problem and there's no way i do what. It to the normal people. So can you yoko spittle. that's a true story. And so i think that. That's that's the difference between the western and and and the yoga macho but that's not to say that we'd all be perfect like this is something i really struggled with because i i feel like i'm definitely not perfect. And even having studied light years and years and years i have had lots of physical health problems and You feel like some side. Sometimes feel like am i ever gonna really learn anything and so that brings me to another really concept in yoga that i found really helpful. Which is the idea of effort and surrender. So in the yoga sutras citra about the sense creates happy ariza enviro gym and the idea is that we we make all the effort that we can make and that might seem like pretty pathetic at some times. But we're still making the effort that might be just like to even do actually come back to the fact that i had a baby last year. So he's very life changing situation and so this way. I have time to practice yoga for an hour or an hour and a half day. Something like that. But so for me my best to who might be ten minutes and that i think we still have to any effort that we have as being really good. And then the surrender part is that we don't really know whether it's going so we might whatever efforts we make. We can never say it's going to end up over here. We just don't know so we have to keep that imbalance. We make all the that we're able to make but we're also totally surrendered to the outcome. So i find that with the yoga practice is that we're kind of. Hopefully you'll be inspired after state commit some yoga practice every day and and it can be just feel like a huge effort to may definitely my own personal practices. Been like times felt stronger or more healthy and then times what you feel like you go backwards. So that's the surrender and say yeah. I just wanted to share that something. I found useful. Especially if you're engaging in some kind of daily practice another thing that i think is really different differentiates. The western system from the from the yoga model is the idea of relationship so in the yoga model. Hopefully we'd actually establish a relationship with a teacher or like with with the verdict doctor or something like this which is really going to help us to optimize our health outcomes. So if you're in the definitely if i go to the g. payroll are in and out. Just give me the i pay. Thank you bye-bye they have too little thing on. The computer is fine but this is if we want to go into that deeper level of healing i think it is really useful to foster those relationships and that that's actually part of the healing. I think when you nurture relationship with someone who know has helped you in the past as soon as you go and see them. You have that feeling that they're going to help you again. I think that this is something that we also have to nurture within ourselves and so definitely practicing yoga meditation the to be together every day is developing a much stronger. I think relationship with ourselves in different parts of ourselves and this is ultimately like extremely healing. And i think when we're able to use these modalities to go through different life challenges or health issues. That relationship got stronger. And so i think it's like during training runs bernie training for a marathon so and when you've been doing that every day and overcome like say you have a sprained ankle or little knee-injury or some neck pain and you kind of overcome it with your practice. He kind of like i can do this. And so it's like a big health crisis concern. I think that you're you're able to have that faith in yourself and then hopefully you'll have a relationship with someone else outside. That can help you as well. So relationships really important to this model and touching on that in the idea of the multidimensional self as part of of our self so we all have this contained within us is this idea of. It's a stadt ha is faith. We have this feeling of faith within ourselves towards something which really inspires us which drives us so. This is within like the more in the victim. I am which is more like a nature personality as part of that we all have a source of inspiration which is really deep and potentially might really inspire our lives so this is the other thing i really wanted to show with each night. 'cause it's just something which is so meaningful foale to me from these teachings and i think by getting into that situation of a daily practice and also by optimizing our health maybe through something that i've ada we're creating a situation with more clarity to experience this so it's it's definitely within but we have to create the circumstances it for it to be more evident so it definitely doesn't have to be related to yoga. I like to think that my shut. Her is related to yoga. Maybe i will open my yoga hospital one day but it might be something like saving strike hats or it might be like for nisha helping with this society. Aw might be. I don't know. I really like i'm and salmon moment open. Don't think that's my shredder but fireman. Sam has really strong shot straight hair for helping the people in pontiac bundy so i think that's another benefit and also something that will be really an important for healing on that deep level. So i think that when people go the yoga hospital in chan-i that's kind of why it works. 'cause it's such an inspiring place and it really gives people that potential to to connect with those parts of themselves. Which have the faith that they can actually get better so Around it out with one. Last thing that i really won last concept that i really love from yoga philosophy and that is how would we know that we're connecting with showed. How do we know that. We're on the right direction. How do we know that we're kind of connecting with those higher levels and this is something that's called a atmosphere and it's like translates systems like we feel that sense of heart opening. We feel like those little moments of inspiration and the teaching is is that that's what we should follow..

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"foale" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

Insight Out with Billy Samoa

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Insight Out with Billy Samoa

"The gains because people were stuck in their houses. They're playing these games like crazy. They saw remember going through the roof. Actually when the vaccine came out there number started dipping and people start to go out and stuff so they were like. Oh no co silver like. It's a sad day for them. Shouldn't be but for their business at least was a sad day however there are other people who don't with retail and and at stores travel pain foale incredibly painful people weren't traveling people weren't going to stores are opening up new food services and things like this if they weren't home delivery if they they required you to be at a location really tough the smart ones of them they. They acted fast like they. That hey we don't know how long this cova thing is going to be around. We're gonna change our model like we're gonna totally pit. We're going to you know we're going to go from having people come into physical locations. We're gonna we're gonna figure out how to do it all i. Why do people do then business murder like you know. These people did it. They're doing these huge events. They were making tons of money like it was great times in silicon valley to run a events all the sudden every the revenue went to nothing. They literally had the you know the ones who are smart saw right away. This thing isn't going away fast. The started to literally they had the skill now like really fast. You running an event company. Forget it like you're not going to be doing events for a couple of years you'd better lay off those people you know right now because you're gonna be leading money like these. It's not going to be working and then you've got to figure out. Will people do events online. How will they do can even make them profitable. That's been tough like honestly it's been really tough for the people in that space like a lot of them have very in you know they were kings but then online. They're just another online. You know zoom meeting even though it was a huge event it's just another zoom meeting to us to the customer right. We don't care like the vet was great because we go to this physical space. We meet these people. It was amazing but online. It's just like every other meeting. You know anybody can do from home so they faced a lot of competition. The brand wasn't as strong really tough. I will tell you you know when you're stock win. You don't know what to do when the world shifts under your feet and this happens all the time. Markets are changing all the time. Things are always in flux. Do one thing. I tell entrepreneurs to do. Go to your customer..

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"foale" Discussed on DCL Podcast

DCL Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on DCL Podcast

"I've done it somewhere before and it's not quite insane as rookie straight into the atrium but then did direct two straight rounds. The atrium where they did ben. Do the family announcement. Welcome to the family wasn't a sail away party plumbed so what they did instead of that. They held us in the atrium until they're around. Maybe fifty or sixty of us in total at mickey-minnie were on the staircase accounts of up from the atrium up onto deck foale isn't it and they didn't kind of welcome dance with a a song and it was. It was okay. So greatest thing i've ever seen but it was it was it was okay so that sort of sixty second. Bits of entertainment replaced the sail away. The officials sail away party however there was a big. I don't think there's anybody who enjoys the muster drill isn't that it's it's it's not a fun thing it's so but it was different this time. So what they did. Was they required to do. Some must drill process things. We got on board side. They made us look into the app. We had to click through a few screens to say that we understood what it was all about and we had to attend mazda point but all we had to do time the wiscon- code on the rule to say that we attended that was eight..

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"foale" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

Music in Motion Columbus

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus

"Music scene and then they hear how we cover on music emotion which is as you all know check by track analysis of of an album review or alive. Concert review is a song by song analysis of the send at night Our thoughts on every song and how it all goes and that's to me that's the information potential fans potential buyers purchasers of the music. That's what they wanna know giving them a reason to want to go out and buy music but we need to play some music because this is a music podcast. Might you picked all the songs for this week. Show so we're gonna kick everything off going back to nineteen seventy-one that's black sabbath. When the masters of reality or master reality into the void you listen to it on three with mike. Foale a A a burning offering a rock running on my own off And let the a omar a a black sabbath and into the void from their nineteen. Seventy one album master of reality here on three bands with like folder Might we have to ask you know what i mean. I usually shouldn't ask what you know. Why did you choose black sabbath. Because i i think. I know the answer but point deeper. Why did you choose into the void versus maybe some of their More radio popular hits what what made you choose this song from this ban because well it's funny that were black sabbath in and of themselves represent a real like musical awakening for me in my early teenage years and i heard that song the first time and it was utterly terrifying. I was like. I didn't know something could be that heavy. And like you know this is finding them in the somewhere in the mid nineties and you know thinking having having listened to all the metal you know think about there was some pretty heavy shit going on in the mid nineties and i just didn't know something could.

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"foale" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Network as a whole so all you can ever dream to do is pro part of the network and so anything that might start or end outside of that network you will not be able to infer correctly and so i think we do have it pretty good picture and more users we get the more precise these things get so. I'm quite optimistic. is going to work out. It's starting to sound to me like these really theoretical attacks and not things to be hugely concerned about yet but it's still great. The people are working on that. I do want to ask about flooding loot and the fee blackmail attack. Just because it sounds kinda cool show. I think look does specifically fall into the theoretical attack. Because it is similar apocalyptic version of something specific that we're looking at the spec and back is be question of town. We get the transaction to chain with nsf number of blocks because lightning relies on this principle in many different ways. It relies not full the penalty transaction. Excellent tries to teach you. It relies on this to claim. Hdlc's active tunnel if you need to go to chain in the uncooperative case and when that assumption that we can claim on chain seth number blocks fails the security security but there is potential loss of funds thing so what funding dude looks at is really a extreme case where someone decides that they want to attack the lighten network they send a they have to open channels and they have to send a cease they do have to commit funds to do this attack whether it is you fees feasible on sunday nights maybe not so many they need the capital presents to route these chelsea's because they need to initiate payments and they send a whole lot in acl through the network and they just hold them and they wait foale Case to be in a time case this attacking yard will not release the payments so we will be forced to go on chain because of panico is all and theory here..

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"foale" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Yeah i think it's a very juvenile trait to like. Oh we're going. Who's here what's next. Yeah well it's also people are kind of mature in in. Yeah in i mean. It's true joking aside all joking not just joking but like here at all of it. I was a little tongue tied confront warren grand. But i talked to her. But like there's some people like bob open kirk was at a i was at and i was just like and it was a small party but i'm like what am i going to say to him. Like your like your y. I'm in comedy. Like what kind of conversation am i going to have with this guy. It's like it's not going to be like i'm not stuck to. We're not the same. He's also like what twenty or thirty years older than me like thirty years. What is it fifty or sixty years one hundred and one hundred and foale vampire right so but like there's just this thing my words i don't need to talk to him rat we're not gonna have we're not gonna be on the we're going to do like tell telling my favorite sketches. He's written something nightmare for him. That would be right exactly. There's no. I think. I think a lot of people try to like if i'm in the proximity of someone like that somehow it will rub off on me in some way. Yes yeah yeah. it's everyone's got angle. Yeah and it's such a weird way to conduct yourself as opposed to like. Oh we get along so let's talk pure heart pure heart you know he's from pennsylvania didn't come in here to be a big star and that's right okay. I feel like we've got some good info. Some good background that answer questions. I love it okay. Great we're gonna take a quick break.

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"foale" Discussed on Poker on the Mind Podcast

Poker on the Mind Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Poker on the Mind Podcast

"I think it also cool turn in this spot to to do the same thing with as i with the ace jakov to actually there are some rivers where you could lead jam as bluff. So yeah those low clubs. I think is something that i think the solver would do. I'm not sure whether population you humans. Humans do but never never know in this game so yeah just so i think i think it just like we said we talked about this earlier like not just looking at the hand the villain shows down and thinking. Oh okay this is. We could have got that hand to fold you know. Why didn't we go for it. But actually using that as like okay are. There are other types of hands like this that we can get to fold like i said i you can get the king king ex hands to fold tax tons to fold four three exit cling on for dear life So yeah there's your pocket. Does you know pocket five. I don't know there's so many things that right. They're not sons. Might fold. Mike foale turn. Yeah but they damn well. I if they did come along on the river they're not like gray like happily shoving their money and yeah. Yeah so one of the arguments here of of students making micro and low stakes games. Is that all this. Bluffs is not going to work you know. We just get called way to light. The thing is that if if villain cool to lie on flopping turn i mean yeah let's say turn he calls to let's see does have those paths tricia. Then you're absolutely right that he just can't call on this on this ace so i think it's i think it's a mental game league. It's kinda like are not gonna bluff here. Because i'm worried about losing all of my chips and a week players never fold they never fold versus the triple barrel will like you can name a ton of hans here that will cool flop cool turn and then no one in the right mind is calling river obviously going to be people that do but you. Yeah you need to eastern to pull the trigger The whole this whole game is about taking the highest ev. line And i think that this is just such a such such a good spot. I don't think we want to be passing up on it. It's like the whole game is about taking the highest devi line and then what you see so often is that people take the lowest ev. Long you know what i mean and i think you're absolutely right when you said it's a mental game leak because it's whole monsters under the bed thing right. It's like l. The flush gift. Sarah i know we have to flush. I know she has the flesh right. And but it's like if you really looked at the way the hands played out must time there would be very few hands. That would actually be in. That would make the flesh. You know what i mean. I'm not saying that they never have the flush. But i'm just saying if you look at the probability of it all right we freakout by these things just like when you have kings and the ace comes on the flopping like as always comes on the flop and just meekly check down even though like maybe..

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The Meaning in the Making: Why do we make things? Why do we make pictures?

Photography Daily

02:21 min | 1 year ago

The Meaning in the Making: Why do we make things? Why do we make pictures?

"I'm going to talk to sean. Tucker about being creative. And hopefully it's going to inspire you along the way to keep going with your own make shown tuck it. It's probably important to say. Because though i suspect most if not all the audience listening we'll know you show have heard of you will have come into contact with through through photography film warranty through this podcast though though no of your background with a church in your rocky relationship at times with it is this is the well i i said that correctly because it does feel about is is this book of manifestation of all that time. Learning to the sharing your philosophy from the pulpit. I mean it's not as if you haven't had your published but this is something of a step away from from sharing the shadows the places. You won't photographic isn't it. It definitely links strongly with old. I mean i i. I wrote a book. Ten years ago that wasn't published. It was just me self publishing putting it out about why. I left the church and why wasn't going back but what i felt about what i thought about it. Why did still think it could be a force for good in the world and that was good practice for what i've done with this book but i think that the difference between the two is when i wrote that book before Appetizer of talk about it very much. Because i wrote it for really specific audience. I was talking to people who inch too so they knew that language and i was talking in that language but they were frustrated. Thinking hang on this is about all the wrong stuff kind of confirming that. And i suppose in a way which is why chasten mike it. I was sneaking out the back door with it so in a way. I mean you could argue i. I wrote that first book for no because people in the church didn't want to hear that kind of stuff being critical of the church people outside the church couldn't care less so is it landed in the middle of nowhere being interested in but it was really important for me to write it almost as like catharsis because it actually came out of me going to the counselor at the time when my career chips fell apart and sitting with him for six months retelling the story of the ten years that i worked for the church and going through. What was mike foale. What was other people's fault. What was just because the has been of a messed up institution. What's just because life is complicated. And so separating. All that stuff out as i was doing that right seats myself. I realize this might be a good book.

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"foale" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

FuseBox Radio Broadcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

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"foale" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

Hey Moms in Business

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"foale" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"And he always good orange. A major tantrums. Thinking like know three and four. Let's go to light to in three. How will they were caught. Two boys like oh my gosh. Yeah and sometimes get higher and in lake you guys. What or just like silent iphone where they know like east mom like need. Is your training at the child. Nuts you don't. They have their moments in their wonderful. But it had. That's for sure. I want the i the first time. I took him to daycare. He got kicked out right away because he headbutted some kid. He's the nicest young man now but he was a kit at all is a little shit. They have micro be amazing like david. You're didn't go out to eat for two years because matthew was such an awful kid in a on doing this anymore missy. Eat nine outside with the kids and that's something to speak to. You is the pandemic the year. I have the kids trade for stores like behaviors for restaurants all of it and in march hits in. We can't do anything in so there wasn't those moments where they had been around other adults so the municipal they're like nine and then keep his you're having to reaching them back up but also let them be so excited to see a person again. Yeah for sure. What are we live in. Why will tell you that. I love your example of a hustle. Because mike foale i can always been this way but even more so now. I just disgusted by weenies. Make excuses. Who don't think that they can do something because they have kids or whatever their excuses and so you are the perfect guest four light knees or love it. I am familiar with new graham yet. I'm an eight and like a true challenge. Like if i hear those. Excuse me like you're saying it's like hold on. There is a way you're just not allowing yourself to work for that instead. Yeah if i had thirty minutes students thirty minute workout. I'm gonna fit it in it's like you have to get your name in that mindset of what can i often Or like you talk about like people. They want the outcome but they don't want the process and their outcomes in in it's like no. There's a process to get there. I remind myself. I have lots of self talk when i'm like. I don't feel like doing this. I go yes i do. You know why. I like doing this. Because i want. What's the other side of it. That i so. I do feel like doing this. Even if i can't get it to agree with my head to something you said. I want once on the other side so back when you guys decided the tapeworm relations to xp you know we had that choice as agents to go with you guys or go our own way in in that time. That is so crucial for me. Because i was already starting to see the fruits of aligning yourself was powerful people. I was not the smartest person in the room. I absolutely the dumbest person in the room. When you talk about granite state. But i knew if i trusted i see what's on the other side in so i went. I n now like you. Think of who i land myself back then went now. It's even bigger. You know you have to you. Do have to think okay. I'm going to take the chance. So whilst said i love you well more idea how important that is it is beyond you. Should everybody should make their first priority to love the lord. Jesus christ and then go find people who will positively affect you in the way you want to be affected right now. Well thank you so much. I know for a back. They're going to be people watching you saying. I wanna grow up when i grow up. I wanna be cassie heads. I love that. I so much to learn lake. I meant that weird stage can insert helping newer agents in to joe them in the ropes. That was i also have people that can teach you way more than i know. And so it's being humble is a huge thing in this industry. It's like there's so much visiting around accidentally learn something from everyone while andrey slotting right now. She is a proud mama research that is. I can't thank you enough for taking the time to share your experience with us and to be really transparent about everything that's going on that you talk about today. I'm really grateful. Thank you so much it really did mean so much to me when you reached out and asked him like wait a year has nobody lying. Aligning yourself with people in trusting in connected is just. I appreciate you guys of so much. Mike appreciate you. Same or sure adult go. I'm gonna get off the broadcast. Thank you guys for watching but dhahaf thank you guys for watching and stay tuned. Next week we have a another amazing guests based watching i..

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Mitch Trubisky Expected To Start As Chicago Bears Quarterback Over Nick Foles

Bleeding Green Nation

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Mitch Trubisky Expected To Start As Chicago Bears Quarterback Over Nick Foles

"Let's start off talking about your pal and my pal super bowl fifty, two hero nick foles and when. The Chicago bears traded for Nick foles over the off season for a fourth round pick we all largely assumed it would be to replace Mitchell trubisky as the team starting quarterback. Otherwise, why do you go out and trade for Nick Foles? Mitch Trubisky is a pretty bad quarterback in the Chicago offense. Last year was pretty dreadful with Mitch Trubisky as signal caller and the two were. They were involved in some kind of quarterback competition this summer in training camp everyone I think myself especially just figured Nick foles would win that job. Well, NFL DOT com reporting that trubisky has beaten out nick foles for the starting quarterback job in Chicago. Remember all that talk about whether the eagles should keep foles or go with Carson wentz. Now, he can't even beat out Mitchell and I love Nick foles this is not me bagging on Nick foles but I'm finding it hard to believe that Nick foles doesn't look better in Camp Than Mitch Trubisky you Mitchell Trubisky is literal. Well, listen to the numbers. Okay. The bears offense averaged seventeen and. A half points per game last year and ranked in the bottom five points per game and in total yards. Okay. Trubisky through for thirty one, hundred, thirty, eight yards, seventeen touchdowns, and ten interceptions. He's a terrible quarterback he looked like he might be improving in two thousand eighteen he played pretty well in the bears playoff loss to the eagles especially at the end of the game when he made some big plays, but he regrets terribly in two thousand nineteen. That's Chicago offense was awful and Trubisky was one of the big reasons why only seventeen touchdowns on the season? There's a reason there's a reason the Chicago bears went out and got nick foles. And Nick foles has a higher ceiling the Mitchell trubisky. You can't tell me what after what we saw Nick Foles do in that playoff run in two thousand seventeen that he doesn't give you a better chance to win. Unless Nick foles arm is falling off for or age has really set in in a big way with Foale's we don't know because we haven't been able to watch any preseason games. So we have no idea what's going on in matinees training camps and what's happening behind the scenes, but it's mind boggling to me that they're going to go with the guy who in Mitchell trubisky you know what he is by this point and you know what Nick foles can do. Both of these guys have a low floor. There's there's no question we've seen nick foles when he's not on play terrible football he's not a good quarterback when he's in one of his slumps but when he's hot. There are few that can match nick foles can do when Mitchell trubisky is hot. It's only slightly better than not. So Great Mitchell trubisky what and we just to think about what Nick Foles did in those two playoff games in the NFC championship game, and then in the Super Bowl to do what he did on that stage and the love that his teammates have for him I just it's a it's a very curious decision by Matt. Nagy and the Chicago bears to go with Mitchell trubisky over nick foles but that's the decision they've made I think. Long Story, Short Nick Foles my prediction will start more games than Mitchell trubisky this year when all is said and done nick foles is probably you're starting quarterback not long after the season begins and my guess is if he stays healthy nick foles starts more games than trubisky this year. Because I know the bears aren't really that smart and I know they they sunk a lot into trubisky drafting him when they did. But at some point, you just got to cut the cord move on I i. We don't know what's been going on in training camp at. Nick foles must've looked really bad in training camp for them to go with trubisky over him.

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"foale" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"foale" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Up and been the boss. Young. Oh, my Gosh, yeah, and I think we. had. What was I? It's easy Y. You hear me. No I didn't I thought. You said it feels good. But my question is. Why do you think sex feels good? will number wine. Any have like a bazillion nerve like has like a ton of nerve. Endings are thousand or so four thousand something crazy, so there's that and then. You have the infamous G, slosh. So there's that but so number. One like there's those like you were designed. It's like God made us to have like pleasure lay. That was Bhai design. made us that waits science like. I. I found a real answer to save you. If you fight okay, the. The other part was going to say is that I wonder 'cause I don't know obviously, but I. That's not something that gets touched all the time. You know like every day like we're touching our faces. Our ears are hair blood. That region does not get touched off so I feel like because it is a rare occurrence in comparison to the rest of your body, it would make it like I feel like it would be more sensitive by design as well. Absolutely I mean just sending-off like nerve receptors to your your brain. Yeah, like it's like Oh. That's not an area that gets attention. Exactly like Oh my goodness. The best thing think to describe it if it's your rang like a skirt and you didn't realize it was going to be a super chilly windy day. and. The wind just. Oh Jesus. Man Listen Listen America I. Told You Very shortly, labial Foale! got. Because when I got my first Brazilian, and everything's just exposed down there and took a shower shower hit it. Prepared was not prepared. Section does not get frequent. Hey if see, how do you put on a condom? With.

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Little Green Jets

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

06:46 min | 2 years ago

Little Green Jets

"We are going to discuss the situation in Libya so a few weeks ago, we had written about the one thousand Russian mercenaries that had arrived in country there, and the presence. Presence of unmarked MiG fighters, so I wanted to have Tony. Maybe you can set the stage for us. It's a very complicated battlespace that is emerging there with alliances that are very fluid, and what is really become a showcase or a testbed for a war of the future. So why don't you set up the security situation for us? And then we'll dig in and and talk about how the aircraft there are being used. Vive semis up. Pretty Fatty. That Jen. This harks back to the Arab spring, and the and the impact of that event across the Middle East and North Africa and also the fall of Colonel Gadhafi, and since then we've had this. On and off civil war, but now sort of developed into essentially two major sides who got the Libyan national? Army controlled by lethal halftime who made significant gains from his base in Benghazi sweeping across the country, and then we have the government of National Accord, which is a U N backed government which which? Controls Tripoli for a long time. Half ta basic swept across, took control of most of the oilfields on a much control of Libya, but then in recent months we've seen a resurgence of the genie's power, mainly, because it's backed by Turkish took a lot of effort into this campaign, and they've been fighting back, and we've seen sort of the GNA taking control of fields and towns across the area so particularly in the western half of the country the Libyan National Army Khalifa's army. has the backing of countries like the United. I M, Ritz Egypt and of course strain Russia, so it was sort of seeing this strange war. Complicated woman different sides. Some countries are undecided about which side to take. Which side is going to win. It's caught up in cobweb of mercenary groups and. Now introducing high levels of technology we're seeing. UAV's being used these Russian aircraft advance, Ground Base, defense systems, and also mercenary troops, being used in different ways and being bought in from different parts of of the Middle East to come and fight there. It's just it's become a little bit like Syria, but not quite the haphazard situation that has developed the. Brandon. Where is the US in this equation? A good question. It's The the best answer right now is that it's complicated. ostensibly the US does support the GNA because that is the internationally recognized UN backed. Government but It's important to remember that general huff. Tar is a creature of the United States in a sense He did spend eighteen years here in northern Virginia It said that he was working with the federal government for most of that time, if not all of that time and improving their understanding of events in North Africa during the latter years of the Gadhafi regime. So you know there have been a formal discussions between president. President, trump and half tar. They've actually spoken to one another there has there has been some limited at least diplomatic cooperation, but the US has stopped short of endorsing the as legitimate governments over the DNA so one more way Tony kind of had alluded to it a to it already one more way in which this is at all levels diplomatic, military, strategic, a very very fluid, dynamic, strange, complicated situation. That's unfolding there in Libya. Let's talk a little bit about the MiGs. We started to see satellite imagery of Russian aircraft landing on an airbase Dan. Can you bring us up to speed and give some detail about how they arrived in what happened to them after they came in? Yeah, so this is a the great. The great mystery of the conflict right now so in mid May satellite imagery showed that a MiG twenty nine had appeared at L. Giuffra. Airbase in central Libya and anyone that has access to the Internet can quickly find out. That Libya doesn't have MiG twenty nine fulcrum. So, where did this come from remarkably? Remarkably there had been some which essentially called rent a rumor intelligence, and the previous day's out MiG twenty nine, transiting from Russia to Syria, and then they just of stopped, and then a couple of days later. Oh, there it is! There's the MiG twenty nine in Libya and so people have been trying to piece I back, you know. Where did these come from? Who supplied them? And eventually on Africans in the US confirmed that they were rushing that they came from Russia, they flew through Iran and Syria and onwards syllabi. They went it. Was You know they say fourteen MiG twenty nine s you twenty fours. The mixture that is up for debate. There's been at least six twenty nine seen in Syria at the same time there was allegedly transiting. Their markings are painted over so these. Are you know I'm I'm going to be the first one to steal fray. Sorry guys the. Little Green jets. I got there first. So these. Are you know? Plausible deniability, whose are they really you know the most likely operated by Russians some people say that they're Belarusian. But they're almost certainly not. Unless secret training program kicks a long time to train foale. Gen fighter. These are not pilots in there. Almost certainly not Arab pilots in general. They were meant to tip the balance, but we haven't really seen them in action much so far. So what have you seen with them? Since and I understand, there are also some issue twenty fours in the region. Yeah so Brennan and I were talking about this. There's only been one confirmed action. They were used they hit a GNA convoy. Just recently that was transiting. Run the Oil Crescent, but mostly they seem to be kind of flying over top of their their bases, and they're just being held in reserve, almost a most satellite imagery of a Alqadi. That has the twenty fours in shelters. They haven't left. They arrived. They went into the shelters and everytime. Imagery passes over there, so they're not seeing not gone flying mission they just it was like a morale boost, and then they've stopped because I'm assuming losing one of the so soon into the conflict would probably be a PR move than when they arrived.

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"foale" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"foale" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Eating grapefruit and grapefruit juice we've never discussed this in twelve years of this broadcast eleven years grapefruits are really hard to eat they've made small water they've engineered small watermelons they've engineered fruits without seeds they've done everything can somebody please make a great fruit that you can get into easily while I once again for the second time I've rendered the show's beats with I'm wondering what your issue is do you come around the edge and then section are you trying to delay twenty is a one I don't know why I want to you too and I put a how to cut a great rule Mike Foale okay cut it in half okay the half go around the edge with your knife and then cut through every section that you see so it's worth okay and then you put out okay I'll begin underneath there too you got a kind of Kerr for you can buy segments already done for you you can yeah yeah they're in the by salads fruit yeah and but don't they have that gelatin crown the the the June the the Jews crap no no not anymore you can get section grapefruit this is a pain I look like an animal you should see me in the fight in the cafeteria shoving it like I'm eating it like a monkey I'm just a good look at my hands are all full of great fruit I'm looking because I I can see I didn't set my timer techno along the commercial break was yeah and I was getting so frustrated that I'm I'm just shoving it into my mouth like an a rating attending yes there is a security camera in the fox in the never want that food in forty what do you sure sure I don't have.

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"foale" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"foale" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Back so I gained two pounds in Florida so anyway at some meeting grapefruit and grapefruit juice we've never discussed this in twelve years of this broadcast eleven years grapefruits are really hard to eat they've made small water they've engineered small watermelons they've engineered fruits without seeds they've done everything can somebody please make a great fruit that you can get into easily while I once again for the second time I've rendered the show speeds with I'm wondering what your issue is do you cut out on the edge and then sex are you trying to edit your late twenties I won I don't know why I look to you too and I put a how to cut a great room Mike Foale okay cut it in half okay a half go around the edge with your knife and then cut through every section that you see so it's nice okay and then it's but out okay I'll begin underneath there too you got a kind of Kerr for you can buy segments already done for you you can I mean yeah yeah they're in the by salads fruit yeah and but don't they have that gelatin crown the the the June the the Jews crap no no not anymore you can get section grapefruit this is a pain I look like an animal you should have seen me in the fight in the cafeteria shoving it like I'm eating it like a monkey I'm just a good look at my hands are all full of great fruit I'm looking because I I can see I didn't set my timer I know how long the commercial break was yeah and I was getting so frustrated that I'm I'm just shoving it into my mouth like in a regular tag uses a there is a security camera in the fox in the fall never want that food it what do you.

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Huawei Considering Licensing All of Its 5G Patents in Effort to Avoid Ban in the West

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:48 min | 3 years ago

Huawei Considering Licensing All of Its 5G Patents in Effort to Avoid Ban in the West

"In November the ban that prevents the Chinese tech giant Hallway from doing business with US companies is set to go into effect Australia too has bandits networks from using equipment and Britain is still considering a the decision but now the chief executive of way has suggested a way in which the company could maintain a presence in western markets by selling a one time licensing deal well the biot- would get unlimited access to always current five G. Payton's and tech that would be a way to address security concerns says the company though it has always denied claims is that it helps the Chinese government spy on uses telecom systems well for more on this. I'm joined by Professor Steve Tongue. WHO's director of the China Institute at Thermos here in London Steve Thanks for joining us. What exactly is the proposal by the way but the proposal was like what you said while wage would give gave a one off licensed tool whoever wants to buy the license at a very substantial prize so does that company it should be able in theory to compete against walkway on five G. and what does the offer really mean well. It means something that is very very clever for why because hallway is doing something that no high tech company has ever done giving is at the moment Mond state of the art technologies to a potential compete competitors to compete cells so a pretty strong position globally in publicity terms and if nobody buys it they still enjoyed that advantage and reality is that very few company will seriously considered by and and that's presumably because it doesn't address the intelligence laws in place in China and that's obviously a real problem for western phones one consideration. I think another consideration is quite simply that the advantage that while way has in the competition terms are two which will not be available wolf full sail want is the very low cost of manufacturing in China which publicly been benefits come stay subsidy and the second one is access to China market walkway is selling is a licensed to walkways five g technology foale full operations outside of China where hallway probably not able to expand into now because of American pressure now if this offer isn't taken seriously. Can it be seen as an olive branch in this present trade war. It certainly is a very smart move on the pact of Wild Way and China to project is a very positive light particularly in contrast to the combatant approach of Donald Trump but whether he will have any effect on the trump administration. I think really is a bit farfetched changed so really what we're looking at. Here is the the fact that it has diplomatic value rather than any kind of commercial value I would suspect so deep ed main competitors lie recent or Nokia extremely unlikely to buy Weiwei's technology and it is also also some awesome which do so and for any US company doing so and then try to reassure the trump administration that is top notch. American technology is not going to go down well in Washington at all yeah Steve. Finally I mean we're in a time no way that there's such a complex overlap of state politics cutting edge technology -nology and big business. It's all coming together and actually while way represents all of that. I think you're absolutely right. Hallway is a company the old very special standing in the eyes of the Chinese leadership so even though Wa wa is strictly speaking not a state owned enterprise it enjoys the support of the Chinese State and what we're seeing here is the the West will go to many many lengths to keep gateway out but China to is happy to go the other way. Yes I think when we say the West we are here referring to the United States the UK may well in the end goal with the United States because every time since the end of the Second World War if we have have to choose between supporting the United States or a country. That's has still a Communist Party in power we always end up supporting United States but it doesn't necessarily mean that we won't go in directions entirely on our

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Wendy Kopp on Developing 'Teach for America'

Skimm'd from The Couch

08:13 min | 3 years ago

Wendy Kopp on Developing 'Teach for America'

"What do you think the organization and you were most wrong about that. You corrected over time. I think that we underestimated how much would need to go into the training and development of the teachers and their ongoing support not only during the two years but beyond the two years to really maximize their impact act as a force for change <hes> there were some things that we got right without realizing we were onto something i mean i have to say like they're these new studies that are about to come out that look at what happens to these teachers during the two years they look at how these people's everything from their career trajectories but also their mindsets their beliefs their understanding the nature of the problem the nature of the solutions evolve and i think what becomes clear from that is that we kind of landed on and i never could have known that this would be true but <hes> an approach to cultivating ongoing leadership. That's let's you know really almost unparalleled like it's it's really dramatic the the impact of those two years of teaching and i don't know if we could have fully predicted but i wanna talk about overcoming doubt and naysayers so i en- researching preparing for this <hes> i was struck by a quote wrote that i think one of your professors said to you when you had this idea and realize that you were on to something and you want to go out and raise about two and a half million dollars and i hope i'm not paraphrasing what he said but he said that you were deranged. You are around twenty two years old twenty one years old at this time what what made you not listen to that. What made you not blake okay. My professor told me i'm deranged like screw. You like. I'm going what made you have that naievety. I mean i. I do think that there's a real advantage in in in experience because you don't fully know what you can't do you know i think a lot out of the key to everything. Actually is is operating at kind of the right line between confidence and humility and there were certain things i was just absolutely absolutely convinced about and had had some reason to be confident about and other things that i was really open about and and trying to get feedback icon. I'm not sure what exactly he was referencing. I don't know if it was exactly the money issue. I think most people in the beginning the big thing. They didn't believe i believe was the college students would want to do this and that was the one thing i had any reason to have confidence about having bene- college student i was like no no no like we will show so people like call up on the college since two they will jump at it but there were other things where folks really pushed and questioned which which really helped us evolve our so you talk about college students will want to do this and obviously you've proved that to be true. I think that a lot of people feel a tag between lending lending their skills even in your case like being able to build something from scratch. There's a way that this could have probably with your skills had become something that was much more the corporate driven and made a lot more money and versus doing good and i think that's a struggle that we hear a lot from our audience from people that are starting getting out is. How do i make a choice. I mean i was in a position when i was graduating from college where i felt that i had nothing to lose by taking a risk and doing what i really wanted to do and i felt like if if it didn't prove to be the right thing i could moved something else later and not everyone has that luxury because there are all sorts of pressures on kids from financial to to the next thing and it wasn't that that i had money i mean i needed to like figure out some way to sustain myself and do this but i didn't have a ton of debt like there were things that enabled me to do it but but i guess my my thought coming from that vantage point is just you know <hes>. <hes> do what you what you love like. Do what you're gonna find really meaningful foale and if you can't do that right after you graduate from college. It's going to be really tough to ultimately make that choice so that's not a perfect answer. Maybe but it's i think it's the path of no regrets dive in you know and and do everything you can at the front end before you have just immense pressure. Are you know from kids and and life you talked about not having debt and were part of generation that has unprecedented amounts of student loans and it's it's a huge issue. Have you seen <hes> there been any impact on that with teacher. America teach for america has done so so much to try to make it financially possible for anyone to do teach for america from loan forgiveness to grant programs to many other arrangement i and teach for america's become more and more diverse over time in terms of you know everything from folks who come in with pell grants to people who grew up in low income communities <hes> so so i think but i think they find it a challenge for sure i mean you know and we need to put all the more into making it financially feasible. As as time goes on one of have the criticisms that's come out against <hes> teacher. America is ben that these are young individuals who are not trained or certified in a traditional way going into educate next generation of kids. How do you push back against it. Well i think so first of all we look at the evaluations valuations that show that the teach for america teachers are are having at least as significant an impact if not more impact than you know other teachers who would be in those classrooms <hes> if if that wasn't the case then we'd have to rethink everything and we also see you know really significant long term impacts wchs <hes> coming from the fact that these folks never leave the work right. You know these are people who probably never would have taught for the vast vast majority of them and not in low income communities. He's who eighty five percent of whom are are full time in the work you know two-thirds education another twenty percent in policy and other related endeavors in in the u._s. and they're working to change of really broken system that has never served are low income kids and kids of color well <hes> so i guess that's how i think about it like we need. These folks alongside many many others. <hes> you know to tackle system. That has never worked. Where do you think i think at this point. Now you know teacher america's thirty years old almost three years old teacher ause or you're spending your time. What aspect of your job are you uh able to provide the most value at this point. Is it on the policy side. Is it an organizational side where where's your kind of genius stone right. Now you know i'm spending spending my time on lots of different things i just got back from spending time with with teach for india and other network partners in asia <hes> <hes> and can help them. I mean there earlier on in the trajectory trying to figure out how do we how do we get bigger and better and of course i can see so many patterns from having seen these network partners all around the world and having lived the teach for america journey for so long <hes> so that's that's one thing i love to do <hes> at the same time. I spent a lot of my energy trying to marshal the resources necessary to do this work because there's actually not a very significant constituency for global education. I mean people think very locally and nationally about tackling clean education what we've seen across for all that we could be moving so much more quickly if we were in fact taking global approach and learning from each other across borders but finding the resources to that is super challenging so i mean i spend a lot of energy doing that. I'm not sure it's where my geniuses but it's just kind of what you need to do. If you're going to make this happen

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Lisa Stephenson - Author of Read Me First

Synergen Leadership Podcast

12:51 min | 4 years ago

Lisa Stephenson - Author of Read Me First

"Welcome to the Jim Lacey podcast Munnings drilling calc- are in Sanders seen group. And once again, really happy to share with you that this latest episode of the puck ases going to be a really good one. So ties upside. I speak with Lisa Stevenson. Who is your throat rate? May I, and I gotta say, this is probably one of the most fun interviews that I've done is part of the little podcast Jenny the season, and I think you'll find it really interesting because Lisa's book is very much talking about what it means to basic zestful successful from the perspective of beyond work, more more, including family friends, live old, I sort of things. So it's a really, really fascinating book Mariah to have a conversation about Harold applies to leaders and some of the challenges PayPal facing being successful. I would love to hear what you think particularly about the episode. So be great if you could leave some feedback us happy listening. Welcome to the Senate leadership podcast with Julian cow. Julian speaks with leaders from around us radio to bring you their leadership story and share their insights about being later to further help you build your leadership capability. Julian chances own insights about leadership and the tools and techniques he uses as a leader. So welcome Lisa to the Senator lacy pub. Kost really happy that you might Tom by to be so that the listeners have a little bit of sense of who you up. You tell everyone Reese Lisa statements that are? Yes. I'll try not to talk that myself team because being shies not one of the things I have to Ari that. Sorry, my name is Lisa statements in and I do lots of stuff actually. Sorry, I'm Miceli nine full my work as success. Coach sign really passionate at helping people work out what the attention as an what hop formats looks like for them. And I also have a consulting business. We worked widely. Sorry, we work with all kinds of clients actually intensive leadership programs, but we also work with a late athletes, entrepreneurs CEOs. So we sit on the cartoon panels with lots of clients as well. And I had a private coaching practice. So I work with lots of clients allow. One basis and we'll mom. I have three little people, and I really like Ross spritz. Just to get that out there. So I wouldn't mind actually just knowing on one thing he said, success coach goes on pretty Kane for the listeners to hear about success in successor. She platens explained it'd be more bad. What success coach? Yeah, and I think it's an important question because once people getting to simulate shit Rawls, I've also got a by generally established brand and sometimes it's not a brand that really want to know that become nine for something that doesn't necessarily say way I want to be in that Correa saw the work that I do with late as he's very much about what can out for them. What success looks like in terms of the role that they're in, who they're working with, what they nine full also, what they stand full as the Lehto and getting very clear about have I create six success than we they tame and more broadly across the organization soy, I find that can quite confronting. Because most of us have got so many different lenses in Leising there around what success he's meant today and organizationally, there's normally frameworks women to it he to. And sorry, breaking all of that Dan and saying, well, hang on a second. If you've got these one opportunity in this chapter that you're in right now, what is it that you want to be nine Foale. And how are you going to do that? So here to talk about your book? Yes. So why did you decide holding themselves to camera. Camera here. Why did you decide to rot? Read me fist? Yeah. Sorry. Jay. Do you know when you ask me that question? I think about what it'd be job at Spain at at Spain quarter rod soy, they say, we all have a book asks on our who they are, and it's something that had always on my mind. But then again, sorry, it's running a marathon and I haven't done that. So. But it was just these inner voice. That kind of said, one day you'll have enough to shave at you wanted to steal it into a book. You know, when you've done twenty years of coaching, mentoring consulting working in senior roles, I'm re that they would be something that would kind of bring it together where I wanted to distill that into something. And then I had a beautiful personal

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Greg Cosell

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

03:59 min | 4 years ago

Greg Cosell

"Hi, it's Jamie progressive's number one, number two employee leave a message at the, hey, Jamie, it's me Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your Capella group mad harmony, but you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name, your price tool. It should be you giving me the pep talk. Now, get out there. Hit that high note and take mad harmony all the way to nationals this year. Sorry, it's pitchy progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. Price and coverage match limited by state law. You knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk. There could be a crash people could get hurt or killed, but that didn't stop. You did it. You knew you could get arrested, you can incur huge legal expenses and you could possibly even lose your job. You were well aware of the consequences of driving drunk, but one thing's for sure you were wrong when you said it was no big deal drive, sober, forget pulled over. This message brought to you by nitsa. It's Ross Tucker for all on gassed. But it's not just any Ross Tucker, football podcast. It's wisdom, Wednesday, presented by seek. If you don't have the app on your phone, you're doing it wrong makes you enter the promo code Tucker to get twenty dollars off the already lowest ticket prices. I'm telling you just check the ticket prices for the preseason game closest to you tomorrow night because it's incredible and between dollars off with the Tucker code, it's insane. Speaking of insane. We give something away every single week to someone that just re tweets us at Ross Tucker NFL or at RTF podcast. The podcast handle or likes the show on Facebook when I posted Facebook dot com, slash Ross Tucker, NFL. Your best pets probably used to like my count that you see when I posted and then like the actual show. But at any rate. Eight. This week's winner man, six one, two. I don't know your real name. I just saw that you re tweeted Monday show where we had that awesome medical minute with Dr Chow that a lot of you seem to like, and we'll give you advantage for bedding and fantasy and everything this year when we have that every Monday morning, that's huge right there to give you guys a jump start anyway. Q. man, six one to Email me Ross at Ross, Tucker dot com. And let me know if you want a signed picture assigned card. I've got some press passes and I'll be getting a bunch more press passes coming up as the season rolls on, and that's the same Email address by the way that you use. If you've got a sponsor confirmation Email question, or if you want to try to get in to the fantasy feast eaten redraft league, this. This is your last chance today. Actually, tomorrow will announce the final three winners of the fantasy feast redraft contest, so you can still get it on that. If you take advantage of a sponsor intended to me Ross at Ross Tucker dot com. And you can also still get that free month of tuck heads at a lot of you have cashed in on, which is pretty cool as well. It's a Wednesday, which means in the preseason because we want to get his thoughts before the fourth preseason game. It's great Cosell. Joe. Greg, it is hard to believe that this'll be our last time talking about the preseason games next week. We don't bother with the fourth preseason game next week. We will be previewing week one in the NFL including a very, very big opening-night matchup between the Atlanta Falcons and the Philadelphia Eagles. And maybe we should just start there. Greg, the eagles first team offense has not scored a point in the preseason. What have you seen from them and is there legitimate cause for concern in your mind? Well, I think Ross at the eagles particularly with foale's at quarterback and he will play, I'm sure week one. They're a highly schemed offense and they're not really scheming into preseason to face particular opponents. Now. Foles is the kind of quarterback in which there's a wide variance in his play. He's a streaky player. We know he can go on grade runs as he did a year ago, but he also when he's poor, he's very poor. He can be slow. He can be deliberate, his

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Facebook will remove 5,000 discriminatory ad options this fall

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 4 years ago

Facebook will remove 5,000 discriminatory ad options this fall

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Kevin Durant leads fourth-quarter comeback

CBS Sports Radio

01:58 min | 4 years ago

Kevin Durant leads fourth-quarter comeback

"Row for k d in the fourth quarter he ends up with 37 points eleven rebounds and this is according to warriors pr this is a six thirty point and rebound game of the year and he had fifteen of those 37 points in the final seven minutes i saw good tweet from on the warriors outsiders cameras a grant or driven goes drew it said people actually said that kevin durant to the wears is a bad idea could you imagine i mean it's going to disrupt the chemistry it's not get a word give me a break and you know we've now had katie here in the bay area for coming up on two seasons now and in a while is appreciated what he was able to do in oklahoma city to watch his game evolve here and golden state to watch the way he spaces out the floor to watch him use his size and his athleticism and that long stride that gazelle like stride to his advantage and he's such a factor on both ends of the floor matter of fact 2 blocks tonight for kd new career high for blocks hundred and six on the year his previous was 105 back in 2012 and that block on bertrand's where he came back and and honored him down i reach we did that at ryan kobe that's the it's the the camera shot from behind the goal and so you just see kd and mike foale predator mode hunting down bird transit just gobbling up so good to see and nice to see kevin durant stepping up in in staffs absence and picking up the w because you know it's a shorthanded crude night spurs or a desperate basketball team and you know a great popovich team is always going to play its off so for the warriors to kinda rally in the fourth quarter yeah this is a game they should win but no way guo dhaleh no curry for 46 minutes in this game no david west you still without jordan bell no patrick mccaw so this is just a good win man and.

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