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"forty five minutes" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"That's always saying. As we close here, speak to the mom and dad who maybe just received in the last few days, a similar diagnosis that their baby most likely won't live outside the womb or however that is unfolding for them. They're feeling frightened, angry like you on the top of that hill, Chris, when you're shouting out to God, they're not sure what to do. Obviously one thing they can do is come to your website, faith 45, and again, we'll link to that. What would you say to encourage them in this moment? It almost sounds like a drop of water onto a hot frying pan. But what would that drop of water from you be? I would say this isn't surprising God. It's not like he didn't know this was going to happen. Let your emotions be what they're going to be. Be honest. Be honest with yourself, be honest with your spouse, what you need from them if you need to take a couple minutes just to sit in a room by yourself, do it, that's okay. Don't listen to anybody else. There's a ton of people who are going to voice their opinion. Oh, yeah. Just don't listen to them. Just pray, pray. Did you have that experience a lot of people came up to you to tell you what they thought theologically about your baby? Having just needed another angel, they have enough a and B that's not how it happens. We don't become angels. So it's like, don't tell me things like that. Wow. That's a good one. And that's why we do faith boxes. So we can show support and encouragement because a lot of times you don't know what to say, especially if you've never gone through it. So that's why this was a big push for us to do that. Well, and I think part of the faith boxes too is to answer your question, what my two things would be, It's Okay to Not Be Okay. It is every emotion you're feeling is okay. God can handle it. And then for those supporting people getting those is that it's okay to not say anything. Like so much of it is just sit there with them. Cry with them. Don't feel like you have to say the right thing. Because it's probably not going to be the right thing. And the most supportive thing is just be there for them. And if you don't know what to say, that's where our faith boxes came in, of like, here's something tangible that you can do for a family. And then out of that, I'm just going to quick plug our mentorship program to we decided to start a mentoring program. It's all done electronically of someone that just can send a text who has all of our mentors have gone through loss, so they get it. And it's just sending a mom a text of encouragement, a Bible verse. I'm here for you. Someone just to listen who gets it. Because so many people in your life might not get it. Or they may think they get it or try to get it..
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"And song that was written for their daughter called I will carry you by seila. Amazing song it was saying it. Faith's funeral and just an incredible book. I think the subtitle of the book is the sacred dance of joy and grief. And it's like just that in and of itself of like, it's okay to be joyful. She was born. She lived. It was a miracle. God gave us our miracle and time with her. And be able to meet her, but man, was there a lot of grief too. So yeah. And then I want to move to the next time you're pregnant. I mean, I know people just went, what? I mean, you have to face these fears again. You sure do. And what happened in that situation? It was a day to day struggle, a day everyday choice every morning I remember waking up and saying, we have to choose joy. We have to choose to trust God every day. And I think the hardest thing that I can speak for both of us was that 20 week ultrasound. Oh, yes. Oh, I can't imagine. Because that's where we found out she was sick and we went back to that same specialist and it was like literally holding our breath the whole time. And what happened? And he was perfectly healthy. He was fine. But even hearing that, it's still every day until he was born in, you know, even after that, it's just, you just have to trust God that we will be okay if whatever happens. So talk about faith 45. Yeah, that was and how did that decision happen? It was a while. It was a long time ago. About two years. After that doesn't sound very long, actually. Yeah? But I mean, obviously the motivation was there, but what does faith 45 do? Who do you engage and why do they engage you? Yeah, so we reach out and help families dealing with miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss. So any one of those three horrible, horrible things, we provide support and encouragement for those families, kids, mothers, dads, and the main way that we do that is we send them faith boxes. You can either order one yourself or a friend can order one for you. It's full of different things as far as resources, books that I will carry you book is in there, some journals, some candles, different things in there to help you with the audience with our grief. So people can connect to faith 45 in that way. Let me finish the story though. We only have a few minutes and I want to make sure people hear what's happened and so you had Elliott and that went well and then you were pregnant again. Same emotions or was it different? The same emotions. I would say still worried but hopeful. And what happened with that pregnancy? Ten weeks, no heartbeat. That was our sweet little Esther often heaven with faith..
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"Think of those thoughts? Yes, every day. Every day. We lost another little one. In 2019. And it's like the only thing that got me through was knowing that those two little girls are together in heaven fully healed fully healthy. Yeah. So, yeah. When I, again, I so appreciate what I'm hearing from you. It seems like your faith in God is not wavered. A lot of people would struggle with this. There were moments. Yeah, and there still are. It's never going to go away. It hasn't, it seems like it hasn't taken your faith in God away. It was almost like you had to be a decision of I'm so angry that you could go either way of completely going away from your faith or it for us being the only thing that got us through those days. Right. We were standing on a razor's edge at one point and we were going to fall one way or the other. Boy, and for that's where I wanted to take this in terms of those couples that fall in the other direction, where their anger and their bitterness is so understandably deep. You know, when you lose a child like this, I mean, all the why questions that you have. Why couldn't it have gone a different way? Why shouldn't it have gone a different way? Lord, we're faithful to you. We believe in you. We live our lives for you. How come you would do this? I mean, those are big questions no matter what your moment is. It loss of a child loss of a marriage, you know, fill in the blank. And this is a really important teaching moment about staying faithful to God, even in that crisis, even if you have the valleys and you have to have that shouting match with them. And I think I want to hear if you can speak to those other people that fall in the other direction on that knife's edge. Yeah, when you talk about the people on the razor's edge following one way or the other, the beautiful thing about our God is if you fall the wrong way, he's there to catch you. And then help carry you back up. It's not going to be, he's not going to catch you and throw you over to the other side. Right away. Or let you fall. He's going to be there to catch you, hold on to you and then journey with you back until it's not a, you're never going to get to a point where you're like, okay, I think I'm good now. Like everything's going to be fine from here on out. I'm essentially over whatever the loss is, whether that's a marriage or a spouse or a child, it's going to be a lifetime journey. And he's just always going to be there with you to help you back to where we need to be. I think it's hard too because we say this four or 5 years later. But there were days. In that year after, where it was an okay. And I wasn't okay. And could have easily gone the other way. And now, four or 5 years later, we see God in those moments, but in that moment, you don't see God. Right. And so it takes years and still days where it's very hard, but it takes years to see that, okay, God. Maybe there were little things in her death that are now okay. Look at all the families were able to help. And but in the moment, and for those families going through it, it is okay. To not be okay. Yeah, that's really good..
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"How is that translating into your own struggle, seeing your husband struggles? It was crazy. Like it's just so many emotions that you never expect, especially as first time parents. I mean, you never expect that. And we definitely learned throughout the next 20 weeks and really years after that that we agreed very differently and as men and women as husband and wife, we just weaker very differently. So it was, it was hard for me, but I think I'm more focused on me and what I needed in that moment and I don't know how to describe it, but we just kind of grieved separately and then kind of grieved together. So I feel like you really more took care of me than I took care of you, I think. Yeah. And really what the doctors after the 20 week checkup were telling you was basically your baby most likely would not survive outside the womb. Yeah, they were shocked she had made it 20 weeks. To be honest. Trisomy 13. Okay. Yep. Let me ask you for the person that may wobble on this. They have a faith in Christ. I don't want to judge that at all, but here they have a medical diagnosis and, you know, there have been told the baby is not going to survive, may not survive even in utero in the womb. How do you talk to friends that might be experiencing that that are considering terminating that baby because of the, you know, the weeks of carrying that child? I don't know what that would be like, Julie. To carry a child. It was tough. It was definitely a very hard 20 weeks to keep that faith. And yeah, and I think, you know, once you get to that point of depending on where you are, deciding to have an abortion or not, if you do go the route of abortion, you're essentially taking God out of everything..
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"There were days. In that year after, where it wasn't okay. And I wasn't okay. And could have easily gone the other way. And now, four or 5 years later, we see God in those moments, but in that moment, you don't see God. Right. You know, and so it takes years and still days where it's very hard, but it takes years to see that. Okay, God, maybe there were little things in her death that are now okay. Like, look at all the families were able to help. And but in the moment, and for those families going through it, it is okay. To not be okay..
"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Are they going to actually lead you to get to somebody to get you off decide to get you to actually offer line help that you actually need or is it all going to cycle you back going here. We are we going to get the three second clip of somebody. That's therapist talking in this situation. May or may not apply to me because they don't know about five they hadn't looked at my case or anything like that versus you going. Here's the number. Call this number. Contact these person here on the site that should take you off the site. And that's the last thing they want you to do is to lead the site. Yes as a and it's like it's almost like a just don't do it here Type of thing. Which i don't and i think that here's the thing with ticks. I i enjoy ticks. Off is is a lot of fun on. it's funny might add. Curated it so that i see the stuff that i wanna see. I don't see any mental health stuff. Because i don't want that on my on my page. I don't like anybody who gets on there. And just you know. Just tell all these long stories about terrible things that have happened to them or or you know i. I know that and somebody who who lives with mental health issue. I always always go back to your mental health. Is your responsibility. Meaning that you're the only person who has been the power to do something about how you feel about you. And and and and and get the help janine for yourself and i think that over the years i've noticed that people who are outward about it. There's no real incentive to do the work because validation is external. And i don't agree with that. I don't agree with that but just going back to take to take talk talk. Has this thing where if you're like i said it so that if i'm on for forty five minutes it'll pop up and be like you've been on you know in order to continue pin code or whatever every single time just put my.
The Delightfully Deranged Ms. Pak-Man Is Back With “Ms. Pak-Man: Breakout!”
"May be in the waning days of summer. But they're still plenty to do and as we do most fridays. We are getting some recommendations for arts and culture events. This weekend brendan kiley. Covers arts and culture for the seattle times. Brendan welcome back. Hi thanks so much for having great to have you okay. Your first pick is for a campy lounge show we like camps and we like lounge so tell us more about this right so it's called. Mrs pacman breakout. It's at the west hall of the century ballroom on capitol hill and it runs Thursday through sunday and The character is based on the iconic eighties video game character. Miss pacman by this fantastic comedy actor. Scott shoemaker who anthropomorphized her But made her sort of a bitter and angry trainwreck. Oh that's hilarious brennan. I used to ride miss pacman for like forty five minutes on a single quarter. I'm giving myself away there. But i want i which she can't be a train wreck. She's miss pacman. Well i'm impressed by your video. Game skills But yeah the ideas that she peaks in the eighties and has been cratering ever since and now. She's trying to resuscitate her career as a lounge act. But she's a mess you know she sings. She dances sometimes begrudgingly. But what she really wants to do. Is tell us confessional stories about her divorce in her pill problems her affairs her wreckage and there is a dose of schadenfreude in there which makes it feel like a bit of a guilty pleasure but his entertaining is that is. There's something else going on here. Who was all about cruelty and making fun of her. The show wouldn't work You know there's something relatable about her and her frustration with the world. I think if you ever feel like your life has been one long blooper reel or people aren't taking you seriously as you like. You have a friend in miss pacman.
Biden Calls Xi as US-China Relationship Grows More Fraught
"Us president joe biden has held a lengthy phone conversation with his chinese counterpart xi jinping the first time the leaders from the world's most powerful countries have talked in seven months. A white house statement said both men had discussed. The responsibility of both nations to ensure competition does not veer into conflicts. Let's get more on this now with former. Us diplomat. Louis lukens lose now. A senior partner at the consultancy cigna global. Good afternoon to you lou and tell us this phone call after a hiatus does he represent a real meaningful breakthrough in your view. Hey tom i think it's too early to tell. If this is a meaningful breakthrough. But i think it is significant. As you mentioned there was a quite a height as they hadn't spoken the two leaders for seven months and this book for ninety minutes yesterday which include interpretation that that's forty five minutes of substantive discussion so it's meaningful in the sense that it's important. The leaders of these two countries communicate and talk and try to find areas that they can cooperate and work together. And that's what joe biden has been trying to. Do i think so whether this results in a ratcheting down of tension. I think remains to be seen. But it's certainly a step in the right direction
Mike McCarthy Compares Coaching Dak Prescott and Aaron Rodgers
"Mike mccarthy opened up about what he learned his pastime with aaron rodgers car relationship with dak prescott. It was all done in what was described as a quote relaxed environment for forty five minutes. Several cowboys reporters mccarthy also spoke of constantly of the cowboys situation. Saying obviously you wanna win games. But i'm building a championship program. Not just trying to win one. We're trying to win them. All so shannon. What do you make of this informal session with mccarthy skew say sometime why why would you tweet that or why would you go to social media why you know skill. I'll believe mike mccarthy believe he's not the coach of the green bay packers because they're rogers wanted him fired. I believe that's what scale with. Someone says oh he. The clinic was that he weird weird he. He's a very intelligent guy. well he the guy. That's very condescending. That thinks he knows more than you and he talks down to people and why that will be going back. Guess what they get this and go back. Aaron rodgers aaron. Did you hear what might say. Yup look out i play. I don't know how many how many of these. Tom lehrer do coach landry. How many did jimmy. Johnson do sit down interview. What is this your the hand you. The head coach of the dallas cowboys cared about no relationship. They won't you there to win game. They will to be free. They come into the house to eat. You're not sleeping anybody's house. Nobody wanna have no drink with you. They jones to win football game. Jerry jones causley talks about his football mortality and what he would be willing to do to hold their trophy one more time. And you're talking about that. I got a great relationship with that. I'm building a championship program. You ain't alabama championship program. Wins have shifted three. You got exactly what you're looking for because you for three years water jason gear dub. That may eight eight. Oh jason eight you wanted to go and now you've got somebody
How and When to Fuel Your Body While Running a Half Marathon
"If any in place for fuelling during a half marathon before during after. I greatly appreciate it. Thanks so in a word girlfriend. Yes you need. You need to taking calories during a half marathon. I mean what a world of difference it'll make and also need to be drinking sooner than mile ten. You didn't ask about drinking. But i'm gonna chime in with that the adage as well. Yeah absolutely apps and this is something that i would say across. The board makes a difference the first time you do it right. Like people kind of get a little gun shy about two he and calories because they might think about their stomachs not being super tolerant of that or maybe they're nervous about you know i'm out here to run to lose weight or whatever and i don't want to take him calories and kind of go against that but i will quote. Coach jen harrison. Here she's like people never gained weight during what they ate during work from what they work and it only helps you go faster and farther and feel better right and i mean it's basically just a you know a pretty simple gas take kind of metaphor. Your muscles can only hold so much like agenda which is easily accessible fuel right. It comes in the forms of sugar basically when when you take it in sports nutrition and so sixty you have about. I mean ninety minutes worth of glycogen your muscles right but but the reality is is. It's you know you can't get down. You can't let your warning like come on before you start to refill and an expected to be you know it's going to go down no matter what over the course of a race but we want to kind of keep it as topped off possible. That's the easiest way to explain it. Yeah yeah yeah so you specifically mentioned gels christine which we appreciate us. We love our longtime pals at goo so They recently am. I think you saw at that infographics that goo released showing you know when to start to fuel and their chart says to Start with the gel five minutes before the start so. I think that's intriguing because i think most people are a lot of people probably think like. Oh it's when i started. You can actually kind of prime that pump back to the Gas tank analogy of getting it taking five minutes before so you think about that while you're in the starting corral and you wanna be taking in calories with liquid either water or noon every forty five minutes or
Can America Fix Its Trains?
"Take a trip into the near future with me. A future where amtrak service looks less like the slow old system that we all know and more like the bullet trains that whisked people across countries like japan and france. This is what i think of as normal high speed rail's new york to washington an hour forty five. Maybe forty new york. Boston about the same new york philly should be forty forty five minutes apart. That's alon levy who has spent a lot of time thinking about how to improve train. Service blonde is a mathematician by training. But they're working now on. Something called the transit costs project at new york university. The project keeps track of how much similar train projects cost in. Different countries in the lawn is also an advocate for how american train travel should be what i would call train. Utopia ideally enter. The train station may be five minutes before the train departs. You can find an advance and reserve a seat. If you're with a friend you can reserve seats together. Emperor doesn't let now. There's lots and lots of capacity so you don't need to charge really high prices to avoid the train getting fall. Let's say new york and boston might be forty nine dollars. Tranche are going to be very frequent and the reason is that the northeast. Carter is enormous. How many people live there. It's what fifty million people between four enormous metropolitan areas so instead of having to two hours or half an hour you'd be waiting fifteen minutes.
That Time I Cocked Up Prince Charles' Christmas Party
"Be frank with you. I have a history of coking prestigious gigs. The most. I've ever bummed on stage with when i was booked to do prince charles's christmas party. It was exactly as weird as it sounds. The first thing that was weighed about this gig is that i walked out. Charles and camilla was sat in the front row in high backed chairs. I was thinking you are aware this is real life. Not game of thrones also. Do sit in the front row. The front row is a comedian. Is the 'get-out-of-jail-free card. If the jokes aren't working you talk to the front row. You ask them what they do for a living icon. Ask prince charles. What he does for a living. He's the most famous unemployed man on the planet. You do for a living just sort of sit around. Wait for my parents to die me too. So i can't do the what's your job. Crowd work because my front row is a couple of benefits. I'm glad you laughed at that joke. I'm not gonna lie on the night that one did not go down well. Meghan was the only one offing which depending made it was the other thing about. This is that they didn't give me a microphone. Which is literally. The only thing that i need is a comedian because this is the only thing that gives me status over you without this. I am just the with this. Hi i'm here to talk to you about politics without it so no microphone right there in the front row. Forty five minutes. I had to do forty five minutes of dancing around in front of the royal family. Like i was the caught fucking gesta my final indignity off to the gig now as a comedian. You know when you have hot show you do not need to be told it you especially do not need to be bounded by the future. King of england was introduced to prince charles. Do you know what the fuss thing was that he said to me. I think next year. We'll try magician.
Congressman Devin Nunes Thinks Mask Mandate Is Political Decision
"Congressman devin nunes. Welcome back to america i. It's good to be with you. So i know i'm just a humble radio host and you're just a humble farmer but isn't there. Some scientific problem with the announcement made forty five minutes ago that if you'll vaccinated you can put on one of these little thin tissue mosques and you must do so in signed buildings. I'd love your reaction to this latest announcement for them. Cdc first of all looked extremely political. Because you had a couple of days ago they said well we're going to look at it. We might have to do it. It just doesn't seem like we're following the science and if you go back to before. This outbreak began. It was always you had to wear an in ninety five mask or better radical right. Yeah if you were if you had any if you were worried if you if you had underlying conditions and and you were concerned about getting sick that was the that was the major mass that you aware. Also you mentioned farming. the also would have to wear it in ninety five mask and agricultural time. It's out in the dust. And then you have allergies things of that nature so this is it just smells political There's no evidence that these masks have worked. You have states. That never had a mask mandate states that that did you. We know that this really attacked the the senior population especially in nursing homes. Where when we're went Where just went viral and and and really killed a lot of people earlier and and look i. This is the thing that bothers me. The one thing that nobody's talking about that. I try to tell everybody that that i talked to and they asked me about covert are be ready in case you get it because the therapeutics can work and you really need to get treated immediately just like you would get treated immediately if you've got strep throat
Mariana Velsquez' Refreshing Summer Cocktail Recipe
"We continue this series with more recipes from some of the world's best shifts and bartenders. Today's recipes for a refreshing summer cocktail from columbia. Hello my name is maryanne. Alaska's i referred stylus and days make. You're an author of colombiana a rediscovery recipes and rituals from the soul of colombia. And today i wanna share with you. One of my favorites summer recipes from my book go by the vassal which is a street. Food is watermelon in line. Punch drink from the city of baron pizza which is great town. That's rolls over the mountains and into the mouth of the magdalena river and is such a vibrant city and i discovered these recipe on steamy afternoon. I was working all day and lunch was fire way and finally pulled onto the sidewalk to find a bunch of school. Kids chiding joking away as they dip their spoons into talk cups of crush watermelon with tons of line and ice and the watermelon pieces have been steeping into line for so long that they flavor had become some intense. And so the way you make these drink. It's really refreshing is you. Take about twenty cups of watermelon cut up into chunks by one cup of freshly squeezed lime juice and six cups of ice and you put everything into a large pitcher. And you use a wooden schooner model to sort of partly crushed that fruits for the watermelon seeps into the lime juice and dissolves a little utilit- really well for about forty five minutes and then read before serving new top it off with clubs soda and serving too tall bowl glasses with the lungs. It's delicious. i recommend
Disney Veteran Ben Sherwood Sets His Sights on Youth Sports with MOJO
"So ben give me the uk. So again it's mojo m. o. j. o. It's an app. And what am i doing. Walk me through this for anyone. Who's just hearing about mojo for the first time. Tell me about the use case here. Sure so my partner reach hoffner co founder of the company this team who built what the webby awards celebrated as the best sports app of twenty twenty one. We just found out last week. Got bad for startup. That's been on the market for ninety eight days. And here's what happens. Alex decides is gonna coach his daughter in youth soccer. she's four alex gets the app. Downs it from the app store. It's free and you enter in the number of girls your coaching their age. Their experience at your experience level. That's it simple on boarding process and boom we generate your first practice for you. Say a thirty minute practice. Say a forty five minute. Practice with videos made by mandalay sports media so top producers in the sports world. Who made the michael jordan documentary they produced with us the first few hundred activities in video. So you get to watch each activity in your practice short video. That explains what you're supposed to do what it's supposed to look like some coaching tips for you. It takes all the stress out of coaching. You got great activities that are proven to work with four year old girls. And that's your first practice. You then tell us how that practice went. You give us thumbs up. Thumbs down on some of the activities. Did the girls like the or not and then you can choose to have us generate your next practice for next week you can say you know what i'd like to work a little bit on dribbling because i noticed that the girls could really dribble. And that's what i want to focus on and so you can pull up a said of galleries of different practices that we've created about dribbling. Some of them curated by. Us youth soccer our partner in soccer the largest sports league of the united states three million kids. Three hundred thousand coaches some of them created by the world's best youth soccer coaches and you can pick a practice and that practice again same thing lays out for you equipment. You need videos to watch about how to do each of the activities and then guaranteed to work. So we just got the first results of the first ten thousand coaches of the eighth. We surveyed them. Eighty two percent of them say that the mo jo makes coaching easier and less stressful eighty. Three percent of them say that the is more fun for everyone. And it's working coaches love. This it takes all of the planning and all the prep and all the hassle out and it just delivers a really great experience on the field.
The Vet Told Me My Cat is a Pothead
"The vet told me. My cad is a pothead. The cats out of the bag harleys pupils darted back and forth. it was almost like a brain was vibrating. She stared out the window. But i could tell she wasn't really looking at anything. It was like when someone stares off into space. Lost in a daydream. I tried to snap her out of it but she was completely oblivious to me. I called her name and waved my hand in front of her face trying to elicit some sort of response. Nothing my attempts at snapping. Her back into reality went unnoticed by her. She continued to drift away to some other galaxy. It was as if she was looking right through me. I panicked and grabbed her carrier as quickly as i could and shoved her in. She didn't even put up the fight. She normally would iran. Pass my husband on the way to the car. I could barely tell him what was wrong without tears. Welling up in my eyes. My body's reaction to the fear and overwhelming emotions that fill towards the possibility that my little peanut was in some sort of danger. Thank god for nine lives. It's important to mention that my cat has burned through at least five of her nine lives. And it's only by a miracle that she still has a tale. Oh though it has a permanent seat curve now but those are stories for a different day despite living in a rural area where it seems like nothing is close by. My vet's office is a quick five minute drive and for once harley decided to use one of her nine lives during normal business hours. How nice of her. Typically these trips involve a forty five minute drive on a saturday night to the only open for emergencies. The vet was able to see her immediately. Or maybe i just barged in and budged. I am not sure when something is wrong with my baby. I tend to block out everything around me and go into crazy mom owed. She's just high. After a brief examination in which nothing appeared to be wrong. Doctor huber asked me. Did she get into anything any catnip. Maybe that's when it dawned on me. We have catnip growing outside and as you can imagine you know since she is a cat. Harley loves
How Camp Anneewakee Systematically Skirted State Inspections
"Thank once maybe twice a year people from the state would come out to do like an inspection or something. This is terry a former patient at the ana wakey campus in rock mart. The all girls facility. She remembers her time. How the staff would handle visits from state agencies. That were meant to check on the treatment center and how it operated with anna wakey now being a licensed medical facility. It had to be recorded the patients who were getting the proper treatment. They were supposed to and i remember the first time when they came out they picked like three of us. Girls should be the one to answer any questions and so they took the rest of the group like way way out into the woods like a mile out into the woods. And i can remember when the first inspector lady came. One of the group leaders told her. The girls are out on a work project about a mile out in the woods. I guess they just knew that the inspector probably wanting to hike out a mile that we were available though there were like three of us and we were told even before the inspector came if they asked if we met with a psychiatrist to let them know that we did and that we had thirty to forty five minutes sessions at this point in time in a wiki was sold to the parents of its patients largely as a medical treatment center with daily therapy in. Reality this therapy was greatly exaggerated often amounting to no more than a few minutes at most within actual therapist. I don't think my parents realized until. I got out that i really didn't get the help that i needed. We would see a psychiatrist. I i want to say once a week might have been every other week we would literally like get an a line and go one after the other and you only get a few minutes and they were just right on a clipboard in they would literally look at the clock and say okay. Time's up next. I mean it was a
"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Mom Room
"So i take them out. We're on the side of the road. There's nothing around and pull out of his car seat. Stand him up. Take his pants down and he pees like totally fine on the side of the road like right away to start seeing and i was like. Oh this is amazing. And so i pull his pants back up and i instantly just grab him and put him back in his car seat and do up the buckles and like he didn't have any like i think he was. Like you know excited about peeing on the side of the road. I think he was distracted. So get him back in his car seat. And i'm like oh fuck like seeing him p made me even more but i was like what am i gonna do so get back on the road. Make it to north bay. He would go pee at my sister's house and then we had to the property which is like forty five minutes from my sister's house and in sturgeon falls we stopped and got and w and i got him some tim..
"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Mom Room
"I've tried to let go of household things as well because when i was living on my own like everything was clean all the time. I also lived in a condo. So i could clean it in forty five minutes. Top to bottom like sparkling. Now we're in a house. There's like four bedrooms. i can't keep up with it. And that really bothered me..
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends
"He's here trader risky. I bet can i am on now. I'm on that. I was trying to get sky. The assistant change when microsoft password or set of at a damn because i. I couldn't believe how brandon feels this apps acceptable inches long. It's outrageous so okay. So i got here i have like another forty five minutes tick by even just getting to someone casino services. So now we're at about two hours forty five minutes. I've still got nowhere. So get someone this time and thank goodness. I don't get an idiot. I actually get someone who while kind of a little bit surly and impatient and kind of And interrupts me sometimes and that rude kind of short with me. And i can tell didn't like me very much. At least she was competent will give her this and she was never outright route. And that's all i wanted. I just wanted someone who could book amortization at this point and she was trying and she did honor my screenshot. So we're in good shape but it's not that simple because she does not have the authorization to do it..
How to Make Your Podcast One-of-a-Kind
"With millions of podcasts out there bet you're wondering can i create a unique show and the answer is yes you can't. There's no one else out there with your perspective on a topic that you want to cover so that in mind here are some tips on how you can create a show. That's one of a kind. The first thing to consider is your podcast format. There lots of podcasts. Out there that have a host interviewing or even co-hosts who bantered with each other and he wanted to either of those formats. That's fine what i would consider is to add in different segments to break it up and make it more unique so some examples could be listener submitted questions a lightning rod for the guests at the end of each episode or even bringing on a sponsor to interview them on a topic. That's based around your podcast. Something else to consider is to length of your show so most podcasts or either thirty or sixty minutes long. Maybe you want to consider show. That's twenty five minutes long or forty five minutes long. When you incorporate both of these elements your show is going to be different than anything. Your listeners have ever heard. The second thing to consider is to really lead into your perspective. Whatever that is so for example. Let's say cooking is the topic and your perspective is home. Cooking reigns supreme or rush on cooking. Far better than anything you can cook at home. Taking the angle were home. Cooking is gray. Maybe create a show around some equipment. That home cooks can use. Or if you wanna take the perspective. That restaurant cooking is superior you can show around interviewing restaurant chefs and some of the techniques that they use to make their food amazing. Don't be afraid to your opinion on the show. Your perspective is what's going to make your podcast unique so the more you can lean into that the war your show out
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"I think this is a show that is once you did like put down your phone for like forty five minutes or whatever. Watch the damn episode. You know you don't have to you know constantly tweet or You know posting on facebook or instagram. Or whatever or you will look up things on. The internet. Just watched the episode..
Tips That Will Massively Improve Your Sales Webinars
"Laura things a lot of people talk about is hell painful. It is to run a webinar and not make as many sales as you actually anticipate or hope to. I've learned the hard way time and time again. And tweak my saleswoman a presentation over and over to find out what really works and today i'm just gonna give it to you. I'm gonna give you the three things that if you do today in your next sales webinar. It's going to change your results. It's going to help you get more sales. This is what i found in my own experience. So let's jump right into it. The first tip is many of us when we run a sales webinar. We have the format of doing some sort of workshop training or coaching followed up with a demo or presentation or sales pitch of our product and then we have cuny. The problem is is that too many of us will say the women are sixteen minutes. We will maybe teach for forty five minutes get into our demo and pitch and because we don't have much time left to answer a few questions and we may even go over time and the webinar about an hour and fifteen minutes in this defeats. The purpose of a saleswoman are. The whole point of this was webinars to make sales. Okay so it needs to be your top priority. And i been guilty of this many times. And i actually didn't learn what i was doing wrong until i actually started asking feedback from people that attended my weber my My co hosts. If i did a partner webinar and they were just awesome. He told me that. Neil going to longer babies to content heavy and that was my fault because i come from teaching background. I just wanna give give give and teach teach teach. But i'm actually doing my customers a disservice because i'm not giving them enough time to learn about the product of the solution. That's gonna really help them and give them chances to ask questions about it. So what i found. Is that if you're going to run a sixty minute webinar. I find that the best breakdown is twenty five. Twenty fifteen now. This may feel a little bit uncomfortable but trust me twenty five minutes of content of workshop. This includes your introduction your backstory all that kind of stuff and given them great information
Talent Photographing Talent. James Anthony and his Hollywood Shutter
"James anthony welcome to the show man. How's it going. Thank you look. Everything is good good good to Speak to create another shooter out here but yeah thanks to me about you and i spoke about a week ago and when we had that conversation you were right on the heels literally running in the house from the oscars right you dislike literally set down and zoom coming from an oscar party or from something oscar related less before we dive into your background. Let's start there. Let's let's do you know how the in films since you're you're in tinseltown down there in films deals often start a movie halfway through the movie and then go back to the beginning. Let's start air. What was that. Like as a photographer shooting the oscars and being having that level of access well a little bit of surreal. A little bit of lag. Yeah should be here. You know like. I put a so. It's always that dance whereas like what this is crazy. And then as i know you've been putting in blood sweat and tears over year so this is where you should be so it's twenty when those moments kind of take over but a just working with the talent that i was working with regina king on our everything is out there but posing the photos regina king in awesome talented actress in director oscar. Award-winning actress indiana. I'm shooting her in hers. Her sweet and then aldus hodge who is also equally talented actor in also one of the stars of her film. When night in miami he comes in unexpectedly to me but then he jumps in the some of the shots in wherever the capture. Some almost between regina and and em would just work with a talent like hers in being also in the presence of the brand that of the drugs issues wearing so you had louis vuitton rep there You had your in correspondence. Virtually with vogue because their wait. They're waiting for the first drop of the images so a little bit of pressure just knowing that you have to go in there execute Had these images ready as soon like these images had to be ready edited within forty five minutes of me
Arsenal Stumble out of Europa League
"How bad we're asking today. They will awful. I forty five minutes was terrible. Done for to make it. He wrote a leak fond. Louis no aggression about that. There was getting around the pitch. It was all really slow and pedestrian. Or i thought they had a decent going in the last ten fifteen minutes of the game but that was just desperation. They were way off eiffel over the two legs. I thought they would have went through. I thought it'd be to pacey l'oreal they will naive in the first leg. You try to be too small to cut up. Because that's playing a false nine tonight. You still awfully took young off with ten minutes to go brought lockers on one or play. The pair william came on had no effect whatsoever that brought eddie and are on on the not minutes for three or four minutes of the game so all in all to the real tell you deserve to go through. Explain this theory semifinal of the aropa league your only chance cancer the champions the and you come out and you in turgid performance. I'm afraid you have to look at the monitor. You know the fact that don't said other than a little florida with ten fifteen minutes to go at the end really in such a big game. I'm sorry we can. We can say that players have to motivate themselves. When they're on the field they have to get gone and this is their responsibility but say before the game the mine you should have been thrown the through every single one of them winding them up maintenance shirley new home important game was making shielding you important. It was to start the game war. Mccan shooting you important was to put pressure on villa. We up none of those things happen to fifteen minutes to go on. Shed mean not that has to be done to tetra coaching stuff. It's not a bad teams shot when you look at the qualities of expensive players arab bamiyan pathway thomas party of course soccer up and coming english attacker a lot of excitement around the him but there was just nothing nothing osmose perspective even a little excited about. Today
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Los' Lounge
"Communist. I don't know i. I don't know where that portion of the show came from. But i felt like i had to just that off my chest. I really wanted to say that sometimes This has been a silently trying week. I guess for me just just because And i think that like yesterday how do i how do i put this without too much Like yesterday excuse me like yesterday was just up. How dare you sir. How producer yesterday was an interesting day right. Because you go to work and you start today from the so blessed and you end your day film so blessed and it takes like just like something to really try to shift your energy. I'm actually really so proud of myself for yesterday. Even though i got my pensive bag for a second but the point that. I'm trying to make an saying this. I say this to say this. Sometimes it's like even bolted things and you know that they have the potential bring you down. But you're still going out there fiercely and putting on a smile and putting on your face and walking with each end up giving it to the world real good as as you know how to do and you still. You still go through life. And it's not to say that that's the best solution everybody's different because you don't want to ignore anything you want to confront your your your issues or anything. That might try you right but what i'm trying to say is. How encouraging is that knowing that we all as humans have like on our left hand a handful of shit delta us in our life right but in our right hand we have the other option of or fucking. I'm gonna take this shit make shit pie. Put some fucking crossing on it. Service to the world. And i'm going to go have a great day regardless of what i think. That's very empowering and uplifting should pie with frosting. You think you think. I get a patent for that. We're gonna be sell at walmart walmart. Absolutely that's it miss patty. I'm coming for your pies. I'm coming for your pies girl. So stupid okay I'm going to take a break. And actually i'm not going to take a break fucked taking a break. Let's not take a break So let's actually come to a conclusion. I say all this and this silly episode to say. I don't know what to say. The point is pleased rate and review this fucking show. I don't know why but for like the last forty five minutes. I have had the pure giggles. Do you ever get that. It's just and you could just be by yourself and you just shits even super funnier. I dunno whatever anyways s see. That's the other part that i was just talking about diseases. Perfect see this is making sense. Now it's that right hand right. That has the empowering part because sometimes when you know better you do better and you just gotta keep smiling. You gotta keep you know push putting your best foot forward really taking care of self taking care of multiple And just remember. We don't love them. How in the name in the name of snoop dogg keeping this show. I know him all over the place but you can't deny it was fun..
Audioburst CEO Amir Hirsh on the Benefits of the 'Burst'
"Know you rabbit hole trying to find if you put in A good search engine like what you guys have over there and audio burst the kind of homes in on what you're looking for so you don't get a lot of hodgepodge out there. Why is that so much. Challenge out there and how did you. How did you and your company Overcome that challenge to to make it make it more more easier. More user friendly win ones are searching for different content so when we look at that problem we mapped multiple challenges that exist in audio mailing or that doesn't exist in texts and in other mediums mainly texts that we're accustomed to today In discovering and finding audio there are several challenges. One audio is usually produced in long forms. It's the thirty minutes or one hour. Long of a podcast. It's a forty five minute long over show and win. I want to hear something specific. Or even if i want to subscribe to podcasts. I wanna get a taste before. I wanna understand. What is being spoken. I cannot listen to the full show halfway through it. Understand that you know what. That's not exactly what i was looking for. Preferred different opinion or a different type of reporting so the first thing sold is that we've cut it into what we call burst into a short clips into specific items. So when you search. I don't give the beginning of the podcast you're brought to that burst that section that answered your question and you can get the exact answer that you're looking for especially in today's short attention span that humanity has you get the essence of what you're looking for and then you can make the decision whether you want to go the full thing you want to listen to the long form the full show or you want to listen to another result. Perhaps there's a better pocket that will answer your needs so the first challenge that made audio difficult to Fine to discover was to make it more concise to the point than we thought that by cutting it into bursts.
Where does Gonzaga-UCLA rank among greatest college games?
"What time did you get to bed on saturday night. Three thirty three. I was done working at like one thirty. I just i. I watched the jalen sug shot fifty times. I just i couldn't get over it and i woke up this morning. Still kind of buzzing about it jeff. Porcello is a college basketball insider for espn and he's been covering the tournament from indianapolis us a prisoner of the moment. Jeff that's the phrase that gets thrown around but there are not many moments in sports history like what happened with gonzaga in the final four. You were there just broad historical analysis year. What did we witness. I mean it was the best game i've ever seen in person or on tv and it wasn't a game where the ending masked a you know sloppy but close game. This was just just unbelievable. Basketball for forty. Five minutes. Both teams making shots. No team led by more than seven points the the tension and the butterflies ahead throughout the game. It was just unlike anything. I've witnessed the shot at the end. Just just kind of cap it all off just mentioned that that shot by suggs. Walk us through it from your perspective. What you're seeing. I knew we were good because there was in jalen hands. He's got that magical or he just. He makes them in practice all the time. It's been craziest. Your many's maiden practice where last second shot so. I felt pretty good staring right at it and i was like that's in so it was. It was the best game you know in my you know since i started covering the sport and people compare it to the nineteen ninety-two duke kentucky game. I did not see that. In person. And i was six years old five years old but i i can't imagine there are too many games in the history of the sport. There were better than this.
How To Use The Amazon Music Sleep Timer
"Hey terry here with your flash briefing for thursday and today want to give you a practical tips. Have you ever listened to music at night and then you just wanted your music to go off after a certain amount of time When you fall asleep while you can do that and it's just one very very simple command and simply this once you've got lexi playing your music. Whatever your playlist is or whatever your genre of music that you've asked for really whatever kind of music you've you want You simply this lexi set a sleep timer. Four and fill in the number of minutes thirty minutes fifteen minutes forty five minutes an hour. Whatever the case may be and you will find that after that length of time the music automatically turns off and you can have a great sleep
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Vamily Show
"Your audience is gonna love him. He's you know he's he's really talked about what is your why. He has his several books. He's just google youtube him. He's amazing so pretty much in his ted talk. He was talking about apple and he was explaining how apple was different from all the other computer companies because all the regular typical forms of marketing is. Let's talk about our features and benefits features and benefits features and benefits right but what made apple so unique. Steve jobs started with the why he's like well. We think differently and because we think differently we decided to create something that would surprise and delight people. Would you like to buy one of our computers. It was a complete opposite approach to marketing. And so when i'm talking with my clients i ask them you know. Okay what makes you special unique serve. What is your why. And what's so fascinating is all of my clients all of them. They tell me approximately the same thing in the first forty five minutes of our interview. Well were honest with with integrity. You know we have a lot of really great values you know. And that's cool but then but then after they've been talking with me and my squad for a while and they're they're more relaxed and then they start realizing. Will you know my why is serving my church and i really love to go on these missions. Like i'm thinking of andy Andy emory avantel automotive. That you were mentioning earlier. He's in colorado and he loves his church and he loves. There's there's a. There's a program that he participates in. Where christmas gifts are brought to the kids who have parents that are incarcerated and yeah and then there's like a another program where money's to supplying water to communities that are not tied into the infrastructure and they have to go and gather water so so his churches just doing some amazing stuff. He knows that when he he's a he's an auto repair shop owner. He knows that he is making the world a little bit. Better one auto repair time. Because when he.
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Antonio B Jackson Presents Sweetluck's "Bar Fights"
"Spell ville gotten fucked up but you still continue to give them that shit so you the devil take them home so you'd have to take them all these guys talk controlling. Just do show. What time is it did. Forty five minutes be on. How and forty five minutes later friends. I remember when i was fucking fifty. Know like kitty. he's mad at you. Fifty semi mademoiselle. You wanna go to sleep. He'll go his two flights gobbo ou nigger on him film on the two flights gobble feel nigga tim o. J. market you. Can you listen. All this bailing out. his.
"forty five minutes" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast
"Use that a measures In this new version but the bottom line as far as the inspiration was the piece was so interesting to me in different than anything else. I i thought i would really like to play on this improvise on this in just like demolishes thing input everything i could possibly think of on it and so years ago. You know i did that and do it. Just i found. I could play thing for a half hour or forty five minutes and keep coming up with new ideas. I've considered a symphony with it considered string quartets with the thing. And just everything you can imagine what this little piece and bats. Why titled it freed up. Because i can do anything i want with it but at the end of the day. I just feel like playing the melody and the basic chords is enough. Because that's what causes everything else that's happening in may.
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Drafts demo
"Tell me what your when. She had the tantrum outside in the woods and she walked away and he said. Tell me what you're feeling like. Use your words. Like i don't i don't know so. He has attempted to talk to her and ask her what feeling but she is just shuts down right. She was like. I'm gonna kiss this tree on the so. Just leave me alone now. He goes outside from the therapist office and the producer astor. Ideally asked them. Ideally what would he like and he says in an ideal world. He wants to get married and have kids. But maybe not with natalie. I think they meant in an ideal world. What would happen with natalie. I don't know. I don't know they did leave. It pretty open ended right. But yeah i i think that's just more to. He's he's checked out but there was a little bit of emotion that came over him at the end of this was maj way he was annoyed. He's like are you guys gonna pay me or no. I take this phone call already. He's like i have had someone on hold for forty five minutes so please let me get back to my phone call. Thank you so much. Now we talked about how natalie says again quote. I hate butter and that is just the wrong way of thinking because there really aren't any quote unquote bad foods. That's that's the whole thing and that's what we really have to think about when we think about the kind of way that we eat because when you think about everything you've ever learned about getting healthy. There's a lot of contradictory information out there and things like that old fashioned food pyramid aren't much help but you understand what i'm saying right a.k.a. Vegan better all right and eating better to.
"forty five minutes" Discussed on Pantheon
"Yeah and and there's a lot of regrets. Yeah exactly right. I mean it's it's that that is written straight from the art that i mean it's like that in my friend rick hueco who is trombone player in the morning forties. He was just in town recently and he stayed at my house and he's like eastern listening record finally do he goes like now like now. I know how to write. Saux what you talked. I just make a map of your mind. Because he's like he's listen. It is and he goes like looking at me like that. Record is a map of your mind and take you right because there's a lot of real true stops in here that i'm like. Wow that's not just you know. What the tin pan alley. So you know like where. You're writing a song from another point of view. Yeah yeah like. I'm gonna put myself in the character and write a song right right okay. Yeah what is it way to do it. You know and there's nothing wrong with that but you know in this case you know. These songs are are pretty much. You know like all from this guy right from this guy. And but i mean sometimes i'll write stuff that's not you know but for the most part i try to write from from the gut you know. He didn't have much of a choice with this album because he started after the pandemic free basically locked down. Exactly i was and this is neil. You wouldn't even go anywhere when this when i did this. People loosened up quite a bit but remember at the beginning. You know and you're like sterilizing your packages when they come in. Yes do that. I don't do that anymore now. Nobody does wanting the practice. I haven't had luxury of doing that. Because i had to go to work every day. Through this whole thing. I had to drive forty five minutes of my job to this whole time so well. That sucks yeah. Here's here's the thing. My employer says. I worked for a medical device company in here in virginia and my employer tells me that i'm essential.