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How to get a Helicopter License
"Let's talk about what it takes to get a helicopter certificate because I'm sure that's probably the first thing in people's minds. What are the FAA requirements for getting a helicopter private? Well. You're GONNA, find the requirements under part sixty, one, one, zero nine, which is where you're gonNA find the airplane requirements as well, and essentially it's a very closely mirrored to what the airplane requirements are you going to a total of forty hours under a part sixty one school Twenty hours of that is required to be dual ten hours of it is required to be a solo on your own, and then the other ten hours are generally made up of preparatory work or some of the students weaknesses in what they need to prep for the the ride and I, think everybody knows that forty hours is the minimum. Certainly airplanes people end up with more than that. What's kind of? The typical range of ours that people end up when they get their private in what drives, that WH- take some people longer than others. So all the requirements for helicopters were really based off of the airplane requirements. If you look anywhere in the far aim, you're gonNA see a lot of mention about the airplanes and it's not until you get down to the bottom of the regulations where it says except for helicopters. Helicopters can do this or this doesn't apply to helicopters special be far for an example, doesn't apply to helicopters as far as not being able to get it at any time you can request it at any time but yes, a typically people get their license about fifty hours seems to be difficult I. Don't I'm hearing more and more than in the airplane world fixed-wing world that taken people closer to the fifty hour mark in I. Don't know what that what that's caused by. Like you said and like the regulation say the forty hours is really minimum. I have had one of my students get. It is little as four three hours. But for the most part, the average is around fifty hours or so in helicopters I can say they're quite a bit different than airplanes. There's a lot more moving parts in just getting the actual hand. Eye Coordination Down to fly the helicopter is probably typically what takes a little bit more time. Now on top of that, you know it has to do with people schedule. Everybody's busy whether you have a job or a family or your own school or whatever. It might be. You know the more consistent you are in your training, the bathroom it's GonNa go typically. Nowadays, it other than when you and I flew. It's pretty nice because we have the Internet and we have. Why a few programs on that, you can take ground school online whether it be three o'clock in the afternoon or three o'clock in the morning whatever works for you, and then you and I. Can. Sit Down with our students and do information clarification making sure that people understand what they're learning. What about folks like me? Who have a airplane certificate and actually have one helicopter lesson on my belt Bell let's forget about that. What are the our the requirements different for someone who's already a pilot? Yeah. So right there the requirements are thirty hours flight time twenty hours of dual and ten hours of Solo. For the most part. All My ad on students are still taking somewhere in the forty hour range to fifty hour range, just depending on their schedule but the the minimum requirements drop by ten hours. Now, if you go to a part one, forty, one school that typical forty hours initially drops down to thirty five hours. That being said it still minimum the way I run my flight school as far as the education the syllabus recording I run at very much like a part one, forty, one school. So from a learning skill standpoint airplane pilots at any kind of a disadvantage because we need to unlearn things that we thought we knew. Well. I can tell you go on the opposite way for sure since I did that getting my helicopter first and then my but yeah. So there are two things that really pop out my head. One of the things is you know airspeed is our lifeline in an airplane in a helicopter that's not the case rotor RPM. Line the one of the. GonNa Notice with new pilots or on pilots. I should say when they're coming in for approach, they don't like getting slow whereas one. You know what you do when you coming on approach whether we're practicing shallower, not steep approaches whatever they may be we end in a hover. And airplane pilots don't like when you touch the ground. You're still going down the runway though is just getting them to understand that it's okay to lose airspeed because it's rotor RPM that we're concerned with the other thing is in a stall or an engine failure. One of the first things they tell you to push forward to regain airspeed don't do that in a helicopter, particularly a two bladed rotor system helicopter because that'll put you into A. Low gravity situation, and if you're in a low gravity alone g situation, you can actually aerodynamically take take the fuselage of the aircraft and the rotor system that is no longer supporting the fuselage and you can actually snap that off similarly to over controlling an airplane in saying Arab addict situation or windy situation breaking the wings off other want things that you need a particularly watch. The other thing is we don't lead with the rudders interns. We don't have rudders we have pedals, but they're anti Torque pedals in that strictly to keep the ball centered if you will or to keep the nose pointed into the wind, the more power you pull. The more anti left pedal that you need an opposite that of meeting right pedal when you're taking off in an airplane.
What Everyone Forgets About Money
"What everyone forgets about money by Crowning Chris. RINING DOT COM. Washing dishes was how I earned my first paycheck when you're fifteen years old and don't get money from your parents to buy things then you have to work. So there. I was scrubbing dishes in the filthy kitchen of a small family owned Italian restaurant, and it's where I learned a little life lesson work is nothing more than trading time for money a medium of exchange. You provide one hour of time to an employer and they provide an hour's wage. I quickly discovered teenagers time isn't worth all that much a measly four, twenty, five per hour. Not long after starting that job I wanted this blind melon album. You might remember their catchy song no rain. One Saturday afternoon wandering the aisles in K. Marts, electronics, department I saw it for sale. Cool. I'm getting it. The price was sixteen, Ninety, eight for whatever reason I did the mental math to figure out the album didn't really cost me seventeen dollars. No, it costs four hours on your feet washing never ending streams of bus tubs overflowing with half finished plates of meat balls is this CD worth four hours of my time. In this case it was but more importantly, you realize the money tucked in your wallet isn't money at all. It's time disguised as money. In fact, it was Benjamin Franklin who said time is money but in our hectic day to day lives, it's easy to forget this. When you spend your money, what you're really doing is spending your time, which means if you waste your money, you waste your time. anyways throw my teens I worked a series of jobs, bagging groceries, stocking merchandise theater concessions, and mostly saved my earnings my time to precious and then I went off to college started a career and forgot what I learned. have. You heard that saying from Texas big hat no cattle meaning you can look rich but be poor. It's hard to believe people who make lots of money are poor. But then your tax preparer tells you they see plenty of families making three hundred thousand dollars and living paycheck to paycheck Thomas Stanley profiles. These folks in the millionaire next door, the doctor lawyer types who drive fancy cars living exclusive neighborhoods and take exotic vacations they look rich, but it's an illusion. It's the families who make one hundred, thousand dollars spent forty thousand and have a million dollars in the bank who are rich. Isn't the worst irony that the simplest way to get rich and have lots of money to spend his by not spending lots of money. But just because it's simple to get rich doesn't mean it's easy spend less than you earn and invest the difference that simple would makes getting rich so difficult is that spending less than you earn takes discipline the median retirement account is worth twenty, five, thousand dollars, and so the problem isn't paying people more money they'll save more give people more money to spend and they'll spend more money. I know this because back in my twenties, I spent just like the next person you think acquiring loss of material possessions satisfying all your superficial desires is the key to happiness. It took me years to relearn what I knew as a teenager. The things you buy with money that you surround yourself with aren't things at all it's your time. And research shows it's having control over your time that makes you happiest not money and things. So, most people have a choice. You can trade time for money and money for things, or you can trade time for money and then use that money as a tool to buy back time. That's why you save and invest, which reminds me of what stoic philosopher Seneca said quote. It's not that we have a short time to live but that we waste much of it life is long enough and it's been given to us in generous measure for accomplishing the greatest things if the whole of it is well invested. But when life is squandered through soft and careless living, and when it spent on no worthwhile pursuit death finally presses and we realized that the life which we didn't notice passing has passed away and quote. What he's saying is when you're about to die, you realize life is time and doesn't that make time your most precious resource. Here think about it like this see, you've worked forty hours per week for the past ten years. You've traded twenty thousand hours of your time. That's forty hours times, fifty weeks, times, ten years, and on the other side of the trade is everything you've consumed sure necessities like food clothing, shelter and healthcare but probably a bunch of other stuff you've totally forgotten about buried in the back of some closet. Was it a fair trade? Maybe it was maybe it wasn't but people are always telling me they've earned million dollars over the past ten years and have nothing to show for it and it makes them sick. They're not complaining about wasting their money. What they're complaining about is wasting their time. Trade wisely.
Imagine it Forward and Goodr
"To another episode of Zero, to IPO were absolutely thrilled to have to amazing guests on the show today I wanna I introduce Beth comstock who for many years in fact, almost three decades was at GE and served as the vice chairperson. There is on the board of Nike is also the author of this amazing book called imagine it forward, which I am really enjoying and learning a lot from and have a bunch of questions to ask Beth about the. Beth welcome on the show. Thanks Josh. Great to see you great to be here. And our other guests is Jasmine crow who is the CEO and founder of Gooder, which is a company that I am fascinated by I. think it's one of the more insightful companies that I've come across. Recently I also have a lot of questions for you Jasmin about how the idea came to you, but but welcome on the show. Thanks so much gas and happy to be here. Of course, we've got Freddie caressed my co host. Zeroed IPO your morning Josh, how you doing good I bet and Jasmine, nice to see you. Thanks for joining us today I'm super excited about today. Yeah me too good to see you. Well, let's dive right in because we have a lot to talk about Jasmine I wanNA start with you and I want to understand I want our audience to understand where you're coming from. When you started gooder there's some kind of basic facts that I want our audience to understand domestically we are wasting seventy-two billion pounds of food every year while forty two million people are struggling with food insecurity absolutely that's a foundational mess. And it's even worse. Now, I'll of everything that's happening with current virus who are wasting more food and more people are going hungry. So it is a huge issue. Yeah. I mean just to be clear before this even. I read somewhere that we were wasting about a quarter trillion dollars a year on food in the United States if people number eight is that right? Yeah. Right Frederick in. So I guess to put an even more simpler context about two percent of GDP is on wasted food for that's a lot of money spent on food that never gets eaten in this country does Like many people I have some passing familiarity with this I. Read about it I don't even know where to start and it seems like maybe you go out and you you know you try to donate food as best you can and and I think that's maybe where you started. Yeah and it transformed into something quite extraordinary. So yeah if you know Josh I started feeding people that were experiencing hunger and homelessness in two thousand thirteen out of my apartment in Atlanta Georgia So that's where got started I found a parking. Lot I drove past it one day and I just saw hundreds of people that were homeless in in something kind of just pulled on my heartstrings at that moment and I said I wanNA help you know what do I didn't have a ton of money and I knew I could cook and so I just went home I post it on facebook I mean Sunday. I'm going to go downtown and I'm going to feed on the streets. If. You want to join me I had about twenty volunteers I made a spaghetti dinner. And loved it. You know brought out my little beats pill at the time, which wasn't that loud outside. Dating us, you're dating we know exactly when you're store your. Heckling when it happened so I really wasn't that loud music thing. But I have bad and you know the idea was it would be old school kind of Sunday music why Jackson five and Aretha Franklin James Brown like this classic kind of music and a good Sunday dinner, and that's how it all got started in. So of eighty own from one of my pop up restaurants went viral on facebook and people are saying this is so amazing which restaurants donate the food and the reality was nobody I was couponing on price matching I always say, I'm the reason Walmart doesn't price-match anymore I definitely feel like i. gave them a run for him. And then I was cooking thing taking it downtown, serving it coming home cleaning up, and so it would take me like forty hours every week I did this and I started researching food ways and was really like upset like I can't believe this much food goes to waste in here I. Am you know putting together five dollar donations and my own money and trying to make these feeding is happening to feed five hundred people
Professor Ruqaiijah Yearby Discusses Structural Racism in Health Care
"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Cosso. During this podcast rookie year be professor and member of the Center for Health Law. Studies at Saint Louis. University School of law. Joins me to discuss the effects of structural racism in healthcare, Professor Year be welcome to the program. Thank you for having me on professor year. Because bio is of course posted on the podcast website briefly on background listeners are likely well aware of the US has had a long history of persistent and substantial disparities in healthcare, access, delivery and outcomes. For example, the black to white infant metality ratio has never dropped below two to one. Over the past two decades, the healthcare research and quality has publishes disparities report. In it, a third of disparity measures have shown no improvement in nearly one in six have worsened. Or largely explains healthcare disparities or health inequities is structural, institutional or systemic racism, though frequently less overt structural racism, the fair to provide equal benefit to racial and ethnic minorities is embedded in healthcare, education, employment, environmental housing, transportation, and numerous other governmental policies as a result, structural or endemic racism, 'cause minority population, suffering far greater disease burden, and has results significantly higher mortality rates. As I've noted recently in previous PODCASTS, due to higher rates of on and under insurance that have led to higher rates of comber biddies covid nineteen related deaths among African Americans and Hispanics are far greater than among Non Hispanic whites. George Floyd before he was killed had recovered from covid nineteen infection. This will recall structural racism was the theme of my January ninth discussion with Andrea Freeman, regarding her recently published book scam, breastfeeding race and injustice with me again and discuss structural racism in healthcare. His professor year be so professor with that. I opened with a brief and I'll admit somewhat blurred definition. Of Structural Racism I know you distinguish between structural. And Institutional. Can you explain this difference? Yes Oh structural racism is about the ways that our systems are structured particularly to advantage the dominant group in disadvantaged minorities. It also includes ways that organizations and institutions work together to create standards and policies that benefit them while harming minority and so we can see an example of this particularly in the healthcare sooner in the healthcare system when we look at access to healthcare, many predominantly African. American neighborhoods, predominantly immigrant neighborhoods do not have access to hospital care and that is so important doing Kobe nineteen, because that's where many people are receiving tests and treatment for covert nineteen and so the fact that we don't. Place hospitals based on need or need for health care rather we structure our system in a way that access to healthcare is based on ability to pay then benefits though who have jobs that have health insurance that can pay for health care, while it disadvantages racial and ethnic minorities who tend to work at low wage jobs, but do not have health insurance and cannot pay off for health care. Thank you I do have a question about hospital locations in. We'll get to that. Let me ask as a follow up question regarding critical race theory, somewhat similar fries actually possibly shocked that a week ago today the health affairs blog. BRIEFLY DISCUSS CRT in a post by Michelle Morrison and others. Can you give us a brief definition of what is critical race theory? for me. Critical race theory is about critiquing how. Has Been used as another means to harm minorities, particularly as I think about it anti-discrimination law when we look at historical articles about this we see they. antidiscrimination law has been set up to facilitate and support the existing social structures. When you look at anti-discrimination law in the area of employment you are looking to prove that an individual or that institution allowed policies that harmed individuals and. And so it never gets to the point where you're challenging the structures or the systems of employment, they can stay the same. We only look at individual perpetrators who have done some harm. So when we think about employment that is so relevant now in covert nineteen, because a lot of the wage, workers are being deemed as essential workers under covid nineteen, but they're not being provided with math. They don't have paid thickly. They do not Count under worker's COMP. They do not receive unemployment compensation because. Those are do not apply to them and so let me give you a specific example so the fair Labor. Standards, act. was passed back during the new deal time in nineteen thirty eight, but that was also the time of Jim Crow, and so it left out. Many workers domestic workers who include home care. Workers agricultural workers as well and so. What the? Standard acted was. Provide for a minimum wage overtime pay and limit the work week to forty hours, So. Most of these workers are not covered We're not covered by this actual act when in two thousand and fifteen. They did actually begin to be covered under fairly. Standard to act Then you see a shift again and the structure of employment, and so no longer are they considered employees companies shifting to independent contractors
MLB Restart: Everything You Need to Know About Spring Training 2.0
"Jesse the day is finally here. Baseball players are reporting. Play Ball. I mean that's exactly what everyone is thinking. We're finally at a place where we can start watching baseball instead of just talking about Labor problems. Jesse Rogers covers baseball for ESPN. Jesse you've been covering mobis attempt to get restarted since they shut down and today. You've got this piece out on Spring Training two point zero David. Sean filled which you informed us. They're calling summer camp a lot of sense to it. There's a lot to cover, so let's start here. After weeks of contentious and ultimately failed negotiations between baseball, and the Players Association which we documented here. The League is finally implemented a sixty game season, which is set to start on July, twenty third or twenty fourth players are reporting two camps today in many cases of their home stadiums. What do you expect that scene to look like? Packing lots are going to turn into intake testing sites. I think that's the first thing we're GONNA. See obviously. Every stadium is different. Some will be accessible for fans or cameraman to shoot. Others will be. Accessing let's face it so to see a line of cars obviously throughout the day. For throughout the next couple of days, pulling in players are going to get tested, and then they're going to go back home for the next twenty four or forty hours whenever they are cleared to come back or if they have a positive test, they're gonNa, say stayed home. They're gonNA. have to go through some jump through some hurdles. Jump through some hoops. I should say before they can come back and start spring training two point, oh, or or summer camp as you mentioned so first and foremost. Is The testing outside the stadiums? Nobody's GonNa go down in the locker room in the clubhouse in the traders room and get tested because you're positive, the already potentially spreading it around you. There's been sort of names or numbers trickling out on baseball players like players in other sports testing positive starting today. Are we just going to get a wave of numbers of positive tests? You never know if we're get it today or twenty four forty eight hours from now because there is a lag time, basically the answer your question is yes. Some people think as many as one hundred fifty players are going to test positive. Now there's up to eighteen hundred players reporting so maybe one fifty doesn't sound like a lot of other people think it might be a lot less than that fifty to seventy five players, but there will be dozens of players testing positive. That is the expectation, and then of course those players have to be isolated before they could get back on the field. That involves being tested in coming up with negative tests twice over the span of twenty four hours to separate tests. And there's a couple of hurdles after that as well, but yeah, the expectation is there will be positive tests in an potentially in dozens or more in the coming days. So what happens when players either test negative or recover, and then they get in basically, what does a typical summer training day look like? One thing they're going to try to do is obviously social distance as much as they can. When the whole team has to be on the field, they have to be on the field, but they will do their best to stagger some workouts. A picture might throw separate from everyone else because that's the only thing he's doing that day, and then he leaves the park. Obviously, the game does provide. Provide some distance just in where they are situated situated on the field, unlike some of the other sports now during a game, there are moments where runner, obviously at first base is going to be next to that first baseman or what he slides into second base, and he's getting tagged, but the sport does lend itself to being socially distance as much as any other sport. That's out there. So this will be happening at home ballparks across the country correct. Yes they decided a few weeks ago to do this. That's where the teams want to do it. That's where the players want to do it. It turns out Arizona and Florida are spiking also. That's where spring training is held for all thirty teams, and it probably would not have been a good idea to be down there right now. Anyway, but players didn't want to go back there. In hundred degree he and being some sort of bubble. The League was trying to formulate. They said let's just do spring training at our home ballparks. Yes, we won't be able to play the other teams like we normally do in spring training early GonNa have intra squad games until the very end. Where maybe the cubs play the white sox dodgers play the angels. Mets play the Yankees, but for the most part. It's going to be just their team inside their home stadium.
Sheryl Sandberg Interview
"Tonight on next chapter I'm in silicon. Valley for a power lunch with facebook's co-pilot. We discuss her famous boss, the myth of having it all, and how in the world? She juggles the demand of one billion facebook, users. Don't tell me that Donna Karen. Donna care. That really. Got Him so glad that would be an honor. To. Have you hear. So excited to be here. The Fleas Street cafe is a Silicon Valley Institution. This is where Cheryl and Mark Zuckerberg. I met to discuss the possibility of her joining facebook. Their partnership is now one of the most well known in business history. These are unbelievable. That's how you that's how you get me. Start with the biscuits, so you can't have a biscuit when it's torn now. You have to do that, so we're here at the flea. Street cafe. Welcome nice to have you in California again your neighborhood, my neighborhood I live around the corner. And you came here for your very first meeting, or shall we call it date way Mark Zuckerberg it was, and it did. It was date like in the sense that you're nervous. Yes, it's a dinner. You're getting to know each other, but we had our dinner I very i. only dinner we ever. Weren't were in public together until we announced I was coming to facebook, obviously went, will well yes well. We actually stayed so late. The restaurant was kind of closing down. We wanted to keep talking. That's a good one ten o'clock at night way past my bedtime, but he clearly wanted to keep talking and he was mark Zuckerberg so I said well. It's WANNA come over, so we came over and around midnight I had to say like time to go time to go. My kids are getting up at five hours, so we're GONNA have to. Was the process like like dating? Though was it like a court courtship trying to figure out whether work, or did you know after that first meeting that it's on? I knew after that first meaning how warm he was, and how nice he was, and how much he cared about facebook, but it was definitely a process of getting to know each other when you first started the job. Will you staying up late at night? Worrying about the pressures that you earned, did it keep you up at night? Yeah, yeah, it did and the pressures I was under to make facebook what it needed to be wooden mark and I get along. Would we have the relationship? We'd need to have very unique relationship where he runs the company I run part of the company working for him. We really need to trust each other. You know he was fifteen years younger than I was. When I was interviewing with him one night, we were supposed to talk and it was like. Nine o'clock at night, and he called, and he said well I'll just call you later and I said well. Let me go to sleep in about thirty minutes, so if you know if you're still at your dinner, we'll talk tomorrow. He calls the next day. It's like. Are you okay like yeah? I'm fine. He's had sick. So number wasn't sick. You said you went to bed at nine thirty. and. I said I wasn't. You know what I do. I go to bed at nine thirty and so I definitely had this fear. That I was going to be too old. Not Understand what he was doing enough, and it was scary at first at first I so you have now written what I have to say. The modern manifesto for women in the workplace, and you call it lean in because. They gotTA lean in. We gotTA leaning. We gotta we courage girls, and you've done this in your own life. Look what you've done with your school. We've got to encourage girls to lead so women have made tons of progress. You look at the opportunities. My mother had my grandmother had. But, we have a really small percentage of the top jobs in any industry in any nation in the world. There are very few Oprah Winfrey's. There are very women who will the kind of influence and have the kind of opportunities you have. Sheryl's new book is a must read for women and men. It's a smart, honest, deeply personal exploration of Cheryl's mission. She wants women to pull their chair up to the table. It starts with a healthy dose of reality. You've said there's no such thing as work life balance. Why? Why is there no work life balance? I think all of these phrases people throw it. Women are so harmful. Having I've I having. You all the time. Heidi you it oh. Yeah, yeah! The worst, no matter how much we all have, and how grateful we are for what we have, no one has it all because we all make trade offs every single day every single minute work life balance. No one ever asks. Have having it all for second because I love it because I don't think you can, you can have it all I feel like I do, but you can't have it all at the same time. That's right and what's happened. If you compare like my generation to my mother's generation, my mother says this all the time and her generation work nine to five Monday to Friday forty hours. No one expected anything else. and. Parenting was actually much more constrained. What's happened now? We are all connected? My indices part of the problem, right? We are connected all the time. We expect our workers, our our colleagues at work to be able and the amount of time mothers spend one on one in that direct child thing with their kids. It's totally changed. My Mother didn't organize play dates. We wrote our bikes. Dates she wasn't with me, you know. My Mother didn't sit there with all my homework. She helped me when I asked. Checked in every so often work has changed and made it more intense and parenting has changed and become more intense and I'm not judging those things they might be bad. They might be good. They make it harder and harder for working women and almost all women in this country. Are, working women and almost all kids are being raised by two or one parent who is in the workforce. Absolutely, How do you get women past the guilty space? I don't have the answer to that. Did you get past it? I am not passed or not passed to try and get past it and I know I want to be passed. I still feel guilty. I taught my kids off in the morning. And they get out of the car. And I see the other mothers were staying all day because they're volunteering and the heart Pang Wo-. Would my kids be better off if I were staying? My husband, Dave. He thinks were heroes. no-one no-one does as much as we do. No one has jobs like ours against home in the way we do, we're fantastic.
Paul Finebaum reacts to Michigan president's comments
"Was some very important news yesterday. Out of the University of Michigan where the President Dr Mark Schuessel? Who has an immunologist by training? Not The most common thing you see for a president a State University made a lot of news by tapping down some of the positivie about college football talking about how there would be no college football unless students were on campus. He referred to his training as a medical doctor. Phd In relation to doubting seriously that there could be college football fans in the stadiums and they also broke down the importance of college football but in the context of the University of Michigan overall. Dowse a little water on that as well saying that the university stand on its own. This comes in some contrast to what Jim told us last week on on get up when he said he would be okay with football. As long as he didn't he said he would. He would prefer fans but it would be okay without fans who better to talk to you than Giannis. Bacon was written callous books on the University of Michigan and certainly among the very leading experts in the world the on that subject John. Thank you Happy Memorial Day and first of all great to have you on with us and we hope you've been safe and well over these last couple of months Always a pleasure Paul and so far so good. The only we need is forty hours of daycare for weeks. My four and a half year old kid if you've got a babysitter send them up For All you've done for us I'll I'll give you some good recommendations Thank you. Let's talk about the this. I thought was a really fascinating comment first of all. Let's talk about President Schnitzel in terms of who is he what his credentials are then. They're incredible but have someone like that. Move into the presidency at school at the University of Michigan. Well his background is Brown University And California cal Berkeley so the pedigree and all that he's got a PhD in some former science probably immunology say as well as an MD. So you couldn't call them stupid He's probably also not the biggest football fan in the world. I think he probably loves the Brown model. Where you play. But it's not Nearly the importance as it is in the big ten or the SEC and so on But also knows where he is that Hundred Thousand People Disagree and they love it quite a bit so he is definitely on a high wire there But clearly his roles immunologist took over in his latest. Talk as you said if you days ago and I guess yesterday sorry And Yeah you say is very clear about this that if all the students aren't on campus. We're not going to have intercollegiate sports of any sort at least at Michigan which is not to say the big ten goes along with that or the rest of college athletics. But it's pretty hard back back down from that once you've said that and as you pointed out Paul that goes counter to what Jim Harbaugh said a few days earlier that he'll take football and almost any form Fans in the stands or not. Some graduated schedule some sort of Not Black or white but Modified approach would be fine with Jim. Which I'm sure is almost all major college football coach so I see a conflict there and I'm pretty sure I know who's going to win it. Yeah I mean there may be some school football coaches that have the clout to go head to head with the president. I doubt Jim Harbaugh wants to do that. Unless it's twenty minutes after beating. Ohio state I I I WANNA ask you. I WanNa ask you about about his comments about the budget. You know the school inside and now obviously I mean. I don't want to translate for him but he seemed to be saying that you know we we would this football but we're going on with or without it. Yeah and Miskin can right now Now the catch that is not all the big ten can goes out football Sunday. The MAC you can't. I mean look at Eastern Michigan Kent State places like that Miami of Ohio so the separation between haves and have-nots stronger not weaker. Now its biggest. Cost Ball is of course nationwide and gets all the attention at Michigan. The budget for the entire Athletic Department is around one hundred and eighty five million dollars which is almost doubled in ten years which says something right there and yet the budget for the whole university assist seven billion with a B. dollars so and half of that as a medical school on the health system so the football budget is big. It might beat us That's what they spend on rubber gloves at the hospital. So it's not that big a deal to the president. John you have a pretty good pulse on the The Michigan Fan base. I asked gently what has been the reaction about what the president said yesterday. Some folks feel yeah. Maybe there's mixed generous maybe it is It is going to be hard to argue though without students on campus having football. You're talking about exploiting the students who are in your student athletes who are not paid etc. I was become a hot button. Issue the last few years as it always should be I think That becomes greater when you're perhaps risking their health When you're not risking the other students health To play football. So that's one point of view. The flip side of course is that stadium is both the hold one hundred ten thousand people and if not for nothing of course so obviously people wanNA play football In any way she performed they possibly can Go Back Paul and nineteen eighteen when Michigan played the first game during the pandemic early October. And it flared up nationwide thereafter so they did not play again until November The team went five that your politics and on the big ten which counts as big ten champs and yes five Cowan as national champs. If only if only we're talking to John Bacon The New York Times bestselling author. He's written countless books on the University of Michigan. I WanNa take a break here because there are many issues beyond what the Michigan President feels. Although his comments probably going to be heard pretty loudly and other ivory towers around the country. I WanNa talk to John when we come back about what college football faces in trying to open up more comments from the esteemed author John U
Coronavirus: How Companies Around The Globe Are Responding
"First up today on the PODCAST. The troubled travel industry and what it could indicate about the way. Large companies find their way out of the economic crisis presented by the corona virus internal memos from United Airlines forced to park jets. Do the extreme lack of travel demand. Show that the company plans to cut about thirty percent of its management jobs later this year and united warned pilots to prepare for what it calls a displacement that will impact about thirty percent of that workforce. United has accepted. Us government aid and as a result agreed not to make any job or pay cuts before September thirtieth. Remember that date white collar job cuts are coming. The United Airlines Syllabus joins us now with more good morning bill. Hey Joe this is the first what we will see likely for the entire airline industry. Play out over the next several months yesterday united told all of its management and administrative employees about eleven thousand in the entire company. That at least at least thirty percent of those jobs will be eliminated starting October first. Now the rest of the company and other ninety thousand were also receiving a memo and essentially in that memo. They said there will be changes. There also reports that separately. The pilots were told it could be as many as thirty percent of their jobs will be cut in the fall remember. It's just a couple of weeks ago. That United Airlines received approximately five billion dollars through the cares act that is included in there was three and a half billion in a grant money that was given directly to them from the Treasury Department in addition to a loan that they took off from the Treasury Department the condition on that loan and on the money that was given to them as part of a grant was. You can't fire anybody. You can't have mass layoffs before September thirtieth but to be clear united and really every single airline has been forecasting that there will be job cuts down the road so they needed this money to keep everybody employed at least September thirtieth but after September thirtieth united is now saying at least thirty percent of the white collar jobs going you'll see thousands more in terms of frontline employees as well and they're also trying to as much as possible. Cut The cost here. They told the machine Friday. Your hours are going to go down twenty five percent which is contractually allowed going from forty hours a week down to thirty hours a week. Guys this is what the airline industry is doing right now. It has the money in place to at least keep operations and employed through September thirtieth. But unless things change and it's not expected to anytime soon there will be other airlines announcing similar types of job cuts in the weeks and months ahead. Hey fell just in terms of being able to cut ours. Does that count to to to. Can you take the money and then say okay? We're not laying anybody off. But I'm GonNa take away twenty five percent of everybody's hours that's contractually contractually allowed and there are a number of people. Senator actually allowed the by the by the contract with airlines consecutively. Between while you're now you're getting into the spirit of the law. The spirit of the Law United said at the time when they took out the cares look. We're not going to be cutting hours or cutting pay and jobs. Well they certainly have not cut the jobs in terms of the pay. You're getting into this gray area in terms of what's allowed under the contract collective bargaining agreement between the machinists union and United Airlines and. Clearly united believes that. Look we're allowed to this contract to go from forty hours a week. Guaranteed could go as low as twenty two hours a week. We've told the union you're going to go down to thirty hours a week so They're they're certainly many machinists. Who are not happy about this. I reached out to united over the weekend. And they said look this is contractually allowed and what you have is an airline here. And they're not the only one guys I know of everyone's saying well. Why is you doing this? You will see this almost with every airline that they are doing whatever they want to cut their costs as quickly as possible. Phil but this goes to me. This goes back to the debate we had when we were. We were providing these loans right. Who's to say at the time? Even internally inside these airlines there was an expectation that they were going to have to lay people off even as they were taking the loans and so yes as we were saying and we sit on there many times. This program really saves the shareholders but doesn't necessarily shea saved the employees and the whole goal of course was to save employees. More than anything else. We were trying to keep employees in business. They airlines could have gone through bankruptcy. Gone out the other side and still kept the planes in the air obviously with less employees and so the question I have is. How do you think airline execs are going to respond to the public? When ten twenty percent whatever percent we think are going to employees are no longer on the payrolls. Come this fall. I think the executives will do the same thing that been doing from day. One Andrew Weaver at the White House when all of the airlines. Ceo's were called in every single one. Every single one said the same thing. Which is we need to make dramatic changes in fact while we were there united was saying. Look we're going to be having a number of employees thousands of employees taking unpaid leaves of absences because we need to cut the cost dramatically immediately and they even said at the time Andrew Kid. The money is appreciated. It is to keep the operations to keep going into bankruptcy immediately but we unless things change we will need to make changes in how many people work for each airline so yeah. Is there going to be backlash? Absolutely will people sit there? And how yeah? The airlines are not beloved anyhow by many people. I mean people criticize them on a number of fronts. This will be one more where they say they took the money and now they cut the jobs but to be clear. They warned all along. These job cuts are going to be necessary. It was it was known six weeks ago. It was known at the very time. That's the only point known is trying to get. It was known as they walked into the White House. It was known as they walked out of the White House. Exactly okay thanks. We have some other news in sort of high profile corporate personality category we works CO founder. Adam Newman filed a lawsuit last night against Softbank in its Vision Fund over that failed three billion dollar tender offer last month. Softbank said it would not move forward with the tender offer because several preconditions not the mad that frustrated minority shareholders including as you might imagine newman who were expecting a payout. Adam Newman expecting that. Pay Out of a billion dollars if you really read through the lawsuit and it's very similar to the same. There was another suit that had been brought against the company by the Special Committee of we work which was representing the minority shareholders. Did your boasts joins us with more on that story. Deidra Andrew dramatic and of course just the latest in this ongoing. We Work Softbank Saga. Now Adam Newman's complaint alleges that Softbank quote doubled down on their abuse of power and argues that its deteriorating. Financial position influenced its decision to renege on its obligations net. One remember that would have seen. Adam Newman receive nine hundred seventy million
Georgia teens can get driver's license without taking road test
"New drivers in Georgia won't have to worry about the road test for a while as part of the governor's executive order state driving test is suspended until mid may even though teens still have to complete all the other requirements like forty hours of supervised driving social distancing prevents the department of driver servicing pulleys from conducting the driving
Atlanta - Georgia allowing teens to get driver's license amid pandemic without doing road test
"New drivers in Georgia won't have to worry about the road test for a while DeMeo trio as part of governor Brian camps executive order the state driving test is suspended until mid may even though teens still have to complete all other requirements like forty hours of supervised driving social distancing prevents department of driver servicing Chloe's from conducting the test therefore license can be granted from parents simply signing off on the forty hours local driving school owners says the department is trying to make the process easy and to lessen the burden on people right
Neutralizing Negative Thoughts
"How are you going to ask a question? It's a simple question. You may not know the answer right now. You might have to check might have to reference it but I'm GonNa ask it anyway already. Do you know what day it is today. I mean what day of the Week. It is because a lot of folks. Your schedule's been flipped upside down. You're working at home. These days can't quite figure out what data's that's a bad thing actually. It's the daily boost from motivation to move dot com since about two thousand but we start in two thousand and five the show starred in two thousand six simple mission get up in the morning. See with world brings you could. We don't always expected to bring a pandemic but it does sometimes and it gets in her way like it's in the way okay. Well how do we deal with it? You know if you get done with the freak out and some people are still freaking out. Some people have really bad lives right now. It's it's really tough for a lot of others are barely even touched by an kind of an odd thing. So we're finding a new place to figure it out but it happens and we just work through a day by day. But why tell you what I've heard from? People that are in their homes these days and some are saying. I can't wait to get back to the office others going. This is kind of cool. I kind of like being at home at the time years ago. I made the switch I. I decided I didn't want to work in an office anymore and I actually didn't work in too many of them because I worked in Radio Section. Walk in and go through the office and go to the studio and you morning shows and I was doing the last morning show every day in West Palm Beach. Florida and As driving about sixty miles a day to get that while one way to get there so one hundred twenty miles a day. Four o'clock in the morning him on the highway cruising sixty minutes down. The radio station was getting kind of tired of it. The drive and so I started doing some math one day and the Matthew says if I drive two hours a day five days a week fifty weeks out of the year. That's about five hundred hours of driving. And then I divided it by forty a forty hour workweek right and came up with twelve point. Five forty hour workweeks driving like a third of the year and about a week later. I couldn't get out of my mind. I quit my job. So that's not GonNa do more and I took a Home Office as I'm saving all the time and putting it in into life and I've had a lot of clients through the same thing so maybe right now. You're thinking the same if you do that math right now. Some of you are going to sit at the dinner table tonight going. You know what I heard today. Do you know how many hours it's coming right. Haze Scott Smith good to have you. Thanks for stopping by. We're going to talk about neutralising. Negative thoughts today awesome show. Because I'm feeling the need to purge them from here's all show you a simple method to To get them out here get out of your head. Couple of days ago. I started getting emails. And there's a consistent theme in those e mails it was God. Have you noticed that the economy is kind of like stopped as pandemic is stopped? And we just don't know what's going to be happening and I love your show. I want this podcast and I want my Daily Mail. Daily Click text message and I want the Fisher Passion coaching. But I'm kind of looking nineteen ninety-five gotta be smart here a CJ do so. Let me help so for the first time since two thousand six. I cut the price from nineteen ninety-five down to nine five fifty percent discount during this pandemic. That's going on right now. It's available to you. Nothing's changed just price. If you're interested. Go TO MOTIVATION WHO'VE DOT COM GET? Signed up right now okay. So are you having nightmares? Lot folks are having nightmares really bad dreams right now and I'm having some weird dreams. I wouldn't call them nightmares but weird dreams. Negative thoughts though popping up throughout the day. A lot of people are doing the right now and why not there is a lot going on. There's a lot to worry about depending on where you are in this particular Process we have going right now with a pandemic. It could be very negative for you. It's kind of hard to be positive. Isn't it yet force that so I was thinking about it? I was actually working with a couple clydes helping them. Kind of neutralize. Those thoughts and a part of my job won't kill. Let's bring it here and the more I began to think about the MOIS. Okay where do I begin to pick up this? Take that I use to neutralize those negative thoughts and when I I really began to be aware of it was when I was studying for my pilot's certificate learned a little airplanes got instant radio thing and as I was going through the process. I thought it was all about flying airplanes whether things like that but I was really surprised by the emphasis put on the health of a pilot state of mind now in the beginning I never had thought about it. But then again when you think about it. If you've ever watched movies you want the pilot to be feeling pretty good. Right if he's completely negative getting in the cockpit. That's not probably a good thing to do. Negative thoughts are hazardous to flying so they teach pilots to kind of recognize in that in themselves. And actually teach you to recognize it and crew members as well has it as thoughts. Negative thoughts man bad for life to. You might be feeling that right now so next time you're feeling negative. That thought nudging its way into your day. Here's what you do number one recognize it a lot of times. These things are flying in and out of your head. It were busy. Were caught up in the news and everything else is going on. Just survival really right and we're not taking the time to recognize what's happening. We might see it as a bad mood or just being grouchy. Just being depressed or something so I want you to stop and just if you can catch it in your brain catch it before it begins to bother you too much just recognize. It's their that is the first step toward neutralizing a hazarded negative. Thought it just recognizing and so simple sometimes when you just do that. Just by recognizing it's a thought. Sometimes it goes way. You don't have to do anything else. But what if you do while number two is got to label it? Got To call it. Something get identify why the Lousy thought is coming into your mind and Slab label on it. I do this all the time. I label everything when anything comes into my world and I just got to put. I got a call at something and if I don't know what to call it or what box it put it in. Or how file? I can't do anything with it bounces around my brain. It's like an open loop that goes on and on and on and on so label it when you know what to call it. You'll know what to do next so when you label it. Well I'M A. I'm just worried about finances. That's fine just label. I'm worried about money. That's cool. Just label it because now you can take a break. You know what it is. You've stopped that spin next. You prescribe the antidote and you make the underlying cause go away. Wash away the negative now. How do you do that? Well say it is money so you're worried about that. Do what I did doing an inventory. You go and you see exactly where you are and you start to make a bit of a plan I promise you when you recognize that label it and then begin to deal with it even the smallest amount the worry while will still be there will not be this unfettered in your face driving you crazy making his not sleep. Khanna worry it'll be more controlled. You'll feel more like you. That's all you need to do. And it all stops starts just by stopping it and recognizing what's going on. It can be incredibly easy to get caught up in negative negative. Not if you will find yourself frankly in a state of overwhelm. It's everywhere right. Now GonNa put the brakes on it. Take a few minutes. All of those steps recognize it sloppily. Bilotta and then prescribe prescribe the solution described. Don't just fiddle around with it. Literally sit down and say hey. I'm the doctor me. This is what I'm GonNa do rectify this problem. Even if you can't get all the way they're just the fact that you put it up on the table you can see where it is John to Stan would initiate where it's coming from and now you have at least somewhat of a path to head down to get get it taken care of. You will sleep so much better. I promise you by the way. Did you know that alcohol sales are up? Fifty five percent and marijuana sales are off the charts right now. I bet you didn't even have to tell you that. And you just know it right when you walk into a store and they've been armed guards standing around the beer you know. There's an issue going on so breath agee breath. I'M GONNA come back tomorrow. I can't I have no idea what I'm talking about because I'm talking to my coat my members I'm talking to my clients. I'm I'm seeing what's necessary. And then we craft the story for the next day but it'd be good one because man. My phone is ringing like crazy. Appreciate also check in industry yellow. I'm doing and you have great day. I'll see tomorrow.
Keeping our connection with each other
"Are for this week's episode. I WanNa talk about keeping things in perspective last year. My Kids School announced. They were doing away with homework. Take him work still be provided so kids could practice but none of it's required. None of it has to be turned in and this isn't unique to Mike at School. Thousands of schools are going this route two in our house. Homework is still absolutely required. Just because it doesn't need to be turned in doesn't mean it as an important the first time I told my son that he got exasperated because he thought this new policy meant he was done with homework forever. I explained to him that just because the school didn't require it didn't mean them wasn't important. I told many of his classmates would still be doing homework because their parents knew how important it was to and it was in this moment that I realized these no homework. Policies were going to widen the divide between the high performers and the low performance at many schools. Why because for parents who have the time the energy the patients the skill and the commitment? This new policy isn't going to change anything but for homes lacking those things. It's likely those children at practicing these skills less and become less proficient in them in some households. Only getting homework done is the knowledge that the report cards GONNA suffer. If it isn't done I bring this up because I came across a meeting yesterday online. The mini chuckle at first. But then maybe Kinda Sad. It's a screen shot from the movie. Shrek it shows Lord Farquaad who's voiced by John Lithgow Hyphen Castle addressing the Knights. Who are about to go rescue the princess from the Dragon as he's talking he says some of you may die but it's a sacrifice. I'm willing to make and it's ironic and funny. He's not putting himself in danger. But he's talking about sacrifice when I saw. This was in the context of bashing a company whose employees were told. They had to continue working by company. Leadership who are being characterized as tone-deaf since they themselves were able to work remotely or even stop working together without financial risk to themselves. I looked again at my own situation. My kids will not be going physically back to school at all for the rest of the year. The Governor of California made that announcement yesterday. And that's a scary thought because as parents my wife and I want our kids to love school and dwell in it we've had to take crash courses and becoming home. Schoolteachers basically overnight. We're failing mostly but we're trying really hard. The we have help. We're in a school district that adapted very quickly using technology for remote schooling. Our kids have ipads with applications that allow them to communicate directly with their teachers. My wife and I are working from home and we have the time to make sure the work is getting done. Plus because we're really doing the whole quarantine thing it's cutting down a little on the warriors. Getting sick we feel largely that at this point. It's within our control. But it's not everyone control depending on your job your home life and your resources this worldwide shutdown is gonNA impact you differently than others. This virus doesn't care about your job your home life or your resources. So in that regards equalizer but how different people are able to respond to? It varies greatly. I think about trying to become a home. Schoolteacher my stir crazy kids who miss their friends while also having to work forty hours a week outside my home or having to work in close proximity to co workers and customers hoping not bringing something home to my family because someone near me just wasn't being as careful as I try to be. I think about how prepared my kids would be to start school next year. If they're district hadn't had the resources to pit into distance learning environment basically in a week I think about how they would do. Schoolwork with their ipads or that are laser printer that printed eight pages over the first year we owned it and is now putting twenty pages a day. I think about our very reliable Internet connection and how it's allowed me to continue my consulting practice and be there for my clients while both my kids participate in zoom calls with their classrooms simultaneously. I'm reminding myself of all these things daily because our entire country went from wanting these things to needing them overnight and yet millions of people don't have them millions. I know there will always be the haves and the have nots will. I'm floundering through my kids. Schooling entertainment there are people living in luxury bunkers. Remote vacation homes just writing this whole thing out. But if you're a leader of people part of your job just became being aware of this situation and how it impacts each and every one of your employees because chances are some of them who weren't struggling at all in two thousand nineteen are really struggling now. I was twenty two years old on nine eleven and I remember how much we all came together in the weeks and months afterwards crime dropped all over the country. People went out of their way to help strangers. There is a sense of rotary. We all felt with each other. Because we're all uniting us to common enemy. This pandemic should be no different but it is because it's very nature is one that requires as much isolation as possible. We are being put in as many situations where we can help others and competition for resources like toilet paper and hand sanitizer during the last month brought the worst and some people fear brings out the worst some people we were afraid after nine eleven but we shawn comforting each other. Were afraid again today but we need to keep our distance when the proverbial dust settles here. Hopefully soon there will be those who come out of it stronger than they were before and others who have really fallen behind financially educationally occupationally and socially but how many people and how far behind they are will depend partly on how we think outside the box on how we take care of each other if you lead a team reach out to your people. Ask them if they're struggling. Tell them how you're struggling find ways to support each other and keep those very important connections. A friend remarked to me last week that he thinks handshakes gone forever. That even after the risk is gone. We won't bring them back and he could be right when you stop doing something long enough. It leaves you. Social distancing is stopping us from doing a lot of things including handshakes and many of those things are critical to our humanity and our ability to work together. The efforts we take now to shoulder some of this burden for each other. We'll be what leads us to keep our humanity long after we've come out of hiding. Thanks for listening and have a great day.
How Stress Has Affected My Business
"Do you ever go to bed feeling a sense of worry a sense of not sure if things are gonna work how a sense of anxiety and you basically just get knocked out because you're so tired from all the work you've done but then you wake up the next morning and you feel just the same. You don't feel any relief. You feel the same way the same anxiety that same weird butterfly feeling in your stomach while I have. And it's been very common in the last twelve months for me. I wake up with a sense of I need to get things done. A sense of warriors sense of anxiety and feeling of a mountain of stress on my shoulders feeling of every single thing that I had to do was critical like life or death and I built it up in my head that way regardless. If it's true or not that's how I felt the past. I have fallen ill more than I ever had in the past decade and a pretty healthy guy healthy. I exercise four to five times a week. I try to get as much sleep as possible. Eight hours a night health priority for me but stress does not care about what you do. It will still affect you no matter what you do whether you exercise or eat right. Get enough sleep. It will penetrate through all that and it will affect your immune system. What happens is basically your body's on overdrive constantly. It's like your flooring. The gas pedal on your car always every time you hit accelerator your flooring at. You're really pushing your car to the limits. Every single time the longevity of that car is just not going to be. They're going to be in the shop constantly and that's what happens. Your body just gets sick and I'm talking about just fallen. Ill getting the flu or getting a cold. Having headaches migraines really and it's kind of hard for me to admit this is kind of hard for me to share this because I think I'm pretty mindful guy but I really didn't realize how much stress was affecting me. I didn't even make the connection that the reason why I was feeling that way is because I was so stressed out. Just thought hey. I'm an entrepreneur. This is the last solvent entrepeneurship. Work hard you gotTa Hustle. You got to Do a billion things to make a billion things change in your business to improve right but I realize I have to ask the question at what cost. What am I paying to do that? Right and I'm paying with my health and paying with my Enjoyment of life. My sense of feeling that everything's GonNa be okay and that has a lot to do with the expectations. I put myself because of the goals I put out there for the business now. I'm not saying not to be ambitious or to lower your standards. I'm saying understand that everything has a price so you don't have to pay a price you don't want to you. Make up the rules a book that I read recently. That helped me realign my expectations. Real Line my understanding of what it means to run a business is. It doesn't have to be crazy at work by Jason freed and David Hammer Hanson. These are the guys that are behind the company base camp and they've been running their company for almost twenty years and they have a different philosophy about work and they're in the tech industry which is hyper competitive and it's all about hustle and working hard and you know stress levels were through the roof and they say nope doesn't have to be that what you make up the rules. You can work forty hours a week. You could work thirty hours a week. In fact base camp has four day weeks Four Day workweeks on during the summer months and yet they're a highly successful company they attract the best talent. They produce great work. That made me scratch my head. Maybe I'm doing this wrong cry. It's kind of hard because you're in the midst of it all in your trying everything you can to grow your business and for me. I felt like I could do more. I could do more. I could do more not understanding that everything has a cost. I started to realize that I was spending. You know close to fifteen hours a day on my computer. I was spending very little time. Recreationally like going for a walk or very little time Maybe going to a movie or a concert. We're having fun on the weekends. I was working through the weekends even even though I would advise against that but you know I had a few projects I wanted to get done at a few things in play a few hours here and few ours becomes you know ten hours what I realized is what's going on here. Is I had my priorities upside down. I built a business and I'm trying to fit my life into the business instead of saying. Hey how do I wanna live kind of life? Do I WANNA HAVE? And what kind of business will help me live that life? That's why I got into entrepreneurship in the first place. That was the intention and I was like that for a good three four years but things changed and my life wasn't a priority anymore My ambitions to grow my business and to build new things started to grow and I lost sight of y started this all and because of this is starting to really get stressed out a really started to feel unhappy physically mentally emotionally week after week month after month and I didn't even realize it. That's the thing about stress. You don't even realize it when it's happening you just think it's normal and that's why I call stress silent killer. I also started to evaluate. You know how much time do I have? You know? I turned forty this year and you know forties super but for the most part if I took a look at the average lifespan Entering the second half of my life meaning from this point on I've lived more than I'm to live you know we don't know when we're GONNA pass away. We don't know when it's going to be the end for us. But if I just take you know trips of life expectancy your statistics time is more precious than ever right my free time. My time with my loved ones time with my friends. My overall a feeling of happiness and satisfaction means more. Now it means a lot more every single day moving forward in that stock rises. And if I don't make some changes where I can let gold little pin and realize. Hey this is serious. I'm getting tired. It's affecting my life. Things will not change. Now it's really affected my business because I was making some really poor decisions at times because I was so stressed because of SOS tired because I was under a lot of pressure. You make bad decisions it cascades. That decision domino effects and causes a lot of issues in. Your Business. Your job as a leader of your business is to make the right decision to make the right decisions as much as possible and if your number one job is to make decisions and that Ability is compromised because of stress. You're in trouble and often when I look back the reason why I was stressed I created the that environment I created the environment to allow that stress to enter When it didn't have
The Importance of Routines
"This week's episode. I WanNa talk about routines especially in a time of crisis. I'm recording this. Currently at one o'clock in the morning because as I was climbing into bed Wednesday evening hit me. That was my week to record thoughtful Thursday and I hadn't done it yet in fact I'd completely forgotten about it. It's almost like the last few days fused together into a single weird dream from which I was hoping to wake up but apparently am not yet. And it's not just this. It's a lot of things that seem to have. Reorganized our list of priorities almost overnight if you told me in February that by mid-march IB waking up at five am to go stand in line at Costco for toilet paper spending time trying to convince my seventy year old parents. They really do need to stay at home and trying to put myself through a crash course in home schooling to children for two months. I would have laughed at you but this is how quickly things can change. This is how quickly things we thought were important become no longer important and things. We never considered become pressing. If there's one thing I've always had a hard time with an adult even though I have unlimited evidence of its importance. Its routines routine seem. Bolt routine uninspiring exciting. If there's one thing they don't formally teach in college I think they should. It's the need to create routines. I had a routine that was based on school. From the time I was a child until I was twenty three years old then I had a routine. It was based on a workplace with an arrival time in a departure time. When I was on twenty nine transitioned into a role where I was either traveling or working remotely and after about six months I started to realize that I no longer had reliable anchors for my schedule I found myself working at all hours of the day and night because I was in charge of all twenty four hours of my day instead of just half of it. I'd convince myself. I was working eighty plus hours a week and it felt like I had no time for anything in reality. I was working the same forty hours I always had. I was just spreading it out over eighty hours. It took some serious discipline another several months to change. But it's a good thing I did because this compartmentalization is necessary. If you want any sense of work life balance. I went from responding to emails within a few minutes of getting them. Regardless of when they came in to carving out chunks of time at the beginning and end of my work day for email. I went from never having any time to hit the gym to being able to go every day. If I wanted I went from having no sleep schedule and always feeling tired to getting seven plus hours every night and no longer needing alarm most mornings. When my son was run a year old my wife and I became acutely aware that he functioned better on a very regimented routine also and it was much easier to make this happen because we already had going routines for kids are no different than routines for adults. They're anchors the reliable. They're comforting if we allow them to be. Children will fight them because they aren't self-imposed and no inherently likes being told what to do but the children who have really strong routines put in place by parents who have no problem saying no outside forces attempting to break those routines are the ones who thrive. So what does it have to leadership? Normally people are expected to create their own routines role adults here and hopefully your employees have daily routines that allow them to reliably get their work done but over the last few weeks. Many of those routines have been thrown out the window. Many employs across the world have had to go through crash courses in remote work. Ultimately this land up being a good thing for how he view remote work in its benefits but in the interim there will be growing pains. There'll be employees who convince themselves. They went from working forty hours a week to working eighty hours a week because there's no longer a and on arrival time and other people relying on their presence so if your leader people one of your responsibilities to your employees just became helping them navigate this transition and it'll be a very finely choreographed dance because your employees personalized that have been up ended as well. They likely have children at home all day. Now parents are trying to convince the stay home and five. Am COSTCO RUNS FOR TOILET? Paper and all of these things are now part of their lives along with trying to remain productive as a leader. You can't just pretend all these things don't exist and try to recreate office life or store for your employees without the existence of an officer restore what you can do however is give the makers start by creating a way to communicate as a team if you haven't already that's compartmentalize from their personal lives. Apps like slacker. Great for this because you WanNa make sure they can turn it off when they wanna be done with work and simple group text. Messages are much harder to make this happen with next. Come an agreement on regular intervals for calls with each of your direct reports. Something that works on their schedule but something that is set like any other workday meeting discontent being a ten minute call just to make sure each of your peoples in a good place emotionally and doesn't need extra support from you or could be a time to its current projects as many places haven't stopped working just because they've stopped going to a physical building. Lastly don't under any circumstances stop you're employed development routines. Many leaders rely on physically seeing their employees and being able to watch their performance in action as a jumping off point for career conversations. They have if you're now working remotely. This is going to be much more difficult so make sure that if your routine was a weekly check in with employees to discuss career aspirations performance goals etc. That routine stays the same. You might have to come up with different things to talk about. But the existence of these meetings becomes another anchor for your employees. The bottom line is you need to have empathy for what each person is going through right now while also understanding that. This empathy doesn't mean allowing employees to forge their own path and create their own work environment alone. The leaders do this effectively will be the ones with teams whose productivity and performance doesn't drop simply. Because they're not stuck at home.
Hollywood in Crisis: Producers, Theater Workers, Crew Members Brace for Coronavirus Fallout
"Around the globe. Hollywood is shutting down the production of scores of movies and TV series and that means a huge number of crew members are suddenly unemployed. Many of those who lost their jobs are assistance and writer's room studios in agencies who might not qualify for pay or health benefits during a shutdown. Liz Alpers TV writer and a former assistant. She's the creator of pay up. Hollywood and I asked her how her organization started half. Hollywood is an organization that started in response to a lot of these system abuses and low wages that were going on in the entertainment industry and our goal is to shine a light on some of the abuses and outdated practices that have been going on and do whatever we can to fix it and bring assistance and other support staff up to a living wage while also radically aiding the abuses they're still going on in the workplace. So let's talk about what's going on in the workplace right now. More than seventy TV and film shoots so far. Shut down but when you add it all together probably looking at thousands of people below the line who are suddenly out of work. Do you think that's about right? I think that number's rising every day. So some of those people might be full-time studio employees. They might be casting directors or maybe somebody who works in post production. But I'M GONNA have to assume the majority are freelancers. They go from show to show kind of the backbone of Hollywood's GIG economy how might that latter group B. added disadvantage if they're laid off especially for the freelancers who are not part of any of the unions. These are people who don't have any sort of Cushion to fall back on often. They're living hand to mouth often. They're being paid lower than anyone else on the crew and they are paying for their own health insurance. It's not provided through union. They're the ones who went stuff like this happens. They don't really have anywhere else to turn. There are also ten ninety nine employees Who Don't get to pay into unemployment insurance and so they don't receive unemployment benefits when you major shutdowns like this happened even though it's never really happened before in the event that movie is cancelled or TV. Show ends what they have in their bank account is all they have to survive on until their next GIG. I have read that some of the things that have been considered our pain. People compensation for a couple of weeks but based on a forty hour work week. But there's almost no such thing as a forty hour work week during production. A lot of the compensation is tied to overtime when people are working sixty eighty hour weeks so that extra pay which can be huge if that goes away even if you're getting a paycheck for a couple of weeks it would be a fraction of what you might typically take home correct. Yeah that's connected honestly. Most people who work in production are given sixty hour. Workweek guarantees so by saying that we will pay you for a forty hour workweek. You're taking away. Twenty guaranteed hours if you're making say minimum wage of fifteen dollars an hour. That's about an additional three hundred dollars a week that you're losing and that's a huge difference. That's the difference between being able to pay your rent. Pay Your bills. Maybe you know by your kids food. If that money goes away you have nowhere else to turn and especially in a situation like what we're facing now where everything's uncertain. No one knows when production's going to be coming back you're essentially digging a financial hole and you don't know when you can stop we're talking with Liz Alpert from pay up Hollywood about unemployment in Hollywood. Your organization has helped start a crowd funding campaign. What kind of people do you think are most in need of help? You know honestly I think across the board. There are just people in need of health. It's it's the workers if the production folk we're focusing on the support staff because that's who our organization is fighting for but beyond the support staff. There are there crew members. There are studio assistants. Are Office Workers? Who have been laid off without pay. So it's really everybody. And even though we started this go fund me we're still urging the studios in the employees in the entertainment industry to continue compensating all their employees. Because right now the employees are the ones that needs to be taken care of and the businesses profit because of the hard work of their people so right now they need to be stepping up and offering financial protection and support throughout this time of uncertainty. It also feels like this is a moment where income disparity in Hollywood and probably around the world could be brought into much sharper focus so we have studio heads and CEO's who make tens of millions of dollars. Disney's Bob Iger may nearly fifteen hundred times. What the average is the employee makes and whole foods which is owned by Amazon. The richest man in the world. Jeff bezos worth. A hundred billion dollars has been asking it staff to donate their time offer others who might be sick. And I'm wondering if we're to step back might be a conversation that could follow after this is all over. You know. This is a conversation that's been had for years so it's not that these conversations haven't happened. It's that the world hasn't taken notice yet. And so what I think needs to happen is for the public at large to understand that we are facing a severe income disparity where the people at the bottom ten to pay the most in situations like this and who are at the most at risk and get their situations never change. They're they're never give an ounce of relief instead. They're told that they simply have to work harder to dig themselves out of these financial debts that they've accrued.
Recovery, Sober Sex & Meditation
"Let's welcome Courtney Anderson to the show Courtney. Why don't you take a minute and just let everybody know a little bit about you and what you do all right awesome. Thank you so much Angela for having me on today. I'm a wife. I'm a mother to our Cat Fiona and I'm also a bartender. Yay Sober nurse. I am a sober bartender to you. Know it's When I tell people that when they're like you don't drink and I was like no and then I tell them like yeah and also barten- they just look at me in dumbfounded. Like how can recovering alcoholic the bartender so that that's me you know. I live in the suburbs of Detroit Michigan and I have been sober now for seven and a half years and I love it nice. Yeah me too me too. So how do you feel I get to ask somebody else this now because everybody asked me for years? How do you feel being a bartender and not drinking like did you? Have you ever felt like being behind the bar a trigger for you so when the last night that I drank I was working because I was transition? I was leaving that job. I was leaving the restaurant business. The bartender job. I had been in that for a long time of my life so I was finally transitioning and going into the medical field. Because that's what I thought I wanted to do for so long. So is my last night at work got hammered of course like so many nights before and I was out of the business for two years and then My friend who was working with me at the bar reached out to me. We're still friends. She was managing the place and asked me if I wanted to come back into a couple of days a week and I thought about it so by this time two years into my sobriety I did say Wa- Come Day Week because I'm not working seven days a week. You know when I had my Monday through Friday job forty hours a week and at that time my husband he proposed the money. This extra money will be good for our wedding so he went back to waitressing just one day a week on Saturdays during the day. And I will tell you I had a lot of fear going back into it. Yeah it was. I had more anxiety Severe anxiety mixed into it of going back into that and by Rent Rose Casino. I have people telling me and this is what you have is. This is where it's like listening to other people's fears for you it gets embedded in ingrained and then that's like what you take over and my God. Can I handle this? Like what if I just grab a beer and start chugging it because I had somebody say that to me and I went for my first shift back in I had no desire to drink so it's interesting that's part of my story as well. I bartended many many years into my sobriety. It was the only job I had done in my adult life. It was all I knew how to do. And I'm not gonNA say that I didn't get a little bit of flack in the twelve step community for doing that because I did not. I mean it didn't bother me you know. I don't mind getting a little bit of a hard time for doing things my way because I've done it like that my whole life. I've always kind of gone against the grain. Not intentionally it just seems to be who I am by. It also was never a trigger for me either like I never when I was behind the bar. I never felt like I wanted to drink or I needed to drink. I never felt scared that I mean I don't even know why I would ever just grab a beer and start drinking it but I guess maybe for other people. It happens that quickly but I always felt like if I decided to drink again. My geography is not the deciding factor. You know what I mean like matter if I'm standing behind the bar or in my living room at the bookstore like it doesn't matter where I am if I decide to drink. I'm going to drink and I agree. And that's the whole thing and it was just like for me to that restaurant. Industry bartending waitressing. That's all I knew for a very long time so when I went back in it it was a quick easy cash and I was also to coming out of my addiction and into my sobriety and realizing I was in a job that I was miserable at and actually was more triggering for me than bartending. Away tables sure. I love that I had been exposed to other sober bartenders quite a bit in my twenties when I lived in Los Angeles so it just didn't even seem weird to me. I know it seemed weird in Kansas City. Because that's where I was when I got sober but But yeah it wasn't weird to me at all because I had already worked for so many years with sober bartender. So it was almost more like the natural progression. You you drink as long as you can and then you have to get sober and grow up. You know until after I sober there than I had a close girlfriend who got sober a month after me so it was nice to have somebody working there and the place that I work at. It's like a family. So if I were to ever relapsed My owner my manager and a couple of people around me would be. What are you doing? Yeah Yeah I was. I am so vocal about it and talk estimates. I'm sober to yeah you and I were kindred spirits. I was the same way like I just never had a moment of anonymity in any way you know I was always super open about it but because I was so proud of it you know like I was so proud of myself and I was so proud of the life that I was living in the change that was happening inside of me like I just loved all of it. Yeah but it's interesting too because by the time. I quit bartending. I had gone from nightclubs into restaurants which was a really good and important. Move for me because before that I had always bartended really high volume nightclubs and I think it was a pivotal moment when I made that transition into a restaurant because it put me on more normal hours right so I wasn't getting home at six. Am or five thirty and it also was a really nice upscale restaurant. So I still made a lot of money and worked fewer hours so that was really nice by the end. When I was working in the restaurant there were like five or six other servers that were sober people also and it was really cool because all the years prior to that when when I was getting sober there was never any other sober person anywhere I worked and by the end it was becoming much more Normal sort of thing and it was really fun that we all just kind of had our own little club and we could rely on one another. Certainly there was a tough moment at work or if somebody was in a bad mood we were our own support system and it was actually really cool. It was very fun and onto too. You know in a bond to and it's funny this past year at our Christmas Party. 'cause now it's like half of the staff of sober so my my manager was like well. This is going to be a very inexpensive Christmas party. I I looked at him. I go you can thank me for that. Nothing with him. Put definitely going back because I did end up leaving the medical field because that's when I got a surge realizing like this is not want to be in this field not nine to five person. I want to away on business and I started getting into health coaching so when I did leave the nine to five and go back and pick a couple of days at the Bar. I just made sure I had foundries like I just work during the day. You know. There's one night that I work. But I'm out of there by ten o'clock so it's like I just had to put some boundaries because I did not want to get back into that. What you were just talking about like the two three four a on the right right. Yeah and I didn't even realize what an integral part of my leaving that industry that that was going to be. You know just making that little shift. I just got this opportunity to work at a restaurant is beautiful. I worked at capital Grill. That was my last bartending job and I was there for several years and it was one of my favorite restaurants anyway and You know I was so excited to have the opportunity to work there and but yeah it was. It was a game changer and I had no idea in the moment that it was going to be a game changer. But now looking back on it. It was perfect. It was right where I needed to be exactly
Miami Marlins 2020 MLB Ranking
"So I look through the entire National League will start with the bottom. It's going to be the Miami Marlins this year. Marlins a couple of interesting pieces in the lineup to wear their lineup went from That's just horrific to. Oh you know it could kind of hit. I guess I mean you've got Jonathan Vr. They added that amazes aggie Lars well and those two guys both should be over eight hundred s this year. Vr might get over. But there's just no big Bat Corey dickerson's GonNa back clean up clean up in this lineup we've got Corey dickerson. Banning CLEAN UP. It's just not a good look for the Miami Marlins so the lineup is at best. It's a below average lineup and major league baseball but it might sneak into the top twenty in terms of runs scored. Maybe if some of these guys pan out well if they hit more home runs than expected so maybe some of these guys and up in the top twenty and combine that with their puke or the rotation. They're number one as projected. This year is is a man named Caleb Smith who I'll be frank. I had not heard of Caleb Smith much before doing a lot of research on the MARLINS and the reason for that is. He's turning twenty eight. This will only be as fourth season in the big leagues and he has not had any. Ra below four a single year of his career his debut season in eighteen innings pitched seven seventy IRA sixteen games pitched his second year. Four one nine and last year in his first full season of four or five two and I just don't see a twenty eight year old starter. That's been unable to get under a forty hour that took forever to get a major league baseball getting much better than he is now. And that's pretty much the only hope for the Marlins in terms of any sort of competent rotation and then you go to the bullpen. And it's even worse for the Miami Marlins. One guy is projected under a four Yara and it's Brandon Kessler. Who spoke to be there closer. And it's three eight one projection by Roh world. It's not exactly impressive Kessler Guy. That's turning thirty five. Just coming off his best relief season. And let me ask you this. How many guys have had their best relieving season as a relief pitcher between the ages of thirty and thirty five? How many guys have the next year been just as dominant as a relief pitcher? It doesn't happen often. I The reds had a bunch of relievers that would have a great season at age thirty three and then you expect that type of production to replace itself going into the next year it never does. They usually find it one of the tank. Everybody gets a scouting report on them. They're fastball loses. Some speed they suffer some sort of injury throughout the year. So the fact that that's their best reliever a thirty five year old coming off. His best season is another horrific sign for the Miami. Marlins combine all those facts and that is why the Miami marlins according to pagoda are expected to be seventy one in ninety road. World has them at sixty nine hundred ninety three. They're coming off a fifty seven win season in two thousand
More planes with quarantined China passengers arrive in US
"For the second time this week another flight carrying American evacuees from Wuhan China has arrived at MCAS Miramar plane landed just before nine this morning the passengers will join dozens of others being quarantined at the military base this is Chris grows at mir martyrs plane what's next for the passengers to arrive today we were here right around at eight forty hour when they arrive flying overhead and landing here at MCAS Miramar twenty two state department chartered flights that made their way to America today this one stopping in Vancouver Canada to refuel before finally reaching its final destination here at M. C. S. in Miramar now between the two planes there's three hundred passengers but the big question is how many passengers were on this plane that landed here in San Diego we spoke with the CDC and they said it could be some time before we know the answer to that they have to wait for an inspection in inventory checks to take place before they can put that number out well whatever the number is they'll be quarantine for fourteen
"forty hours" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Forty hours by Taco Bell talk about turning up the heat with the new steak river ranch fries it's the bold Mexican spices and war not your cheese sauce you love top with steak and drizzled with the fiery heat of art Carolina reaper ranch sauce try this read out remix at Taco Bell today back to the gal down connecting over twenty eight million people every week with the biggest songs in America welcome eight C. forty moving through your top ten unless again Chris told us about his new song with Steve Aoki a rework of crash into me originally done by Dave Matthews Band is actually performing with Steve at our Iranian music festival this September well your wife a special show for Darren after number seven postcolonial out says twenty years seven twenty back when I was given it's a moment in the front turning it's not a funny one when I got because I got as far as alone in the seventh spot so back to Darren criss you know I'm from glee and American crime story he's gonna be at this stage with Steve Aoki at our higher radio music festival in September to perform their track crash into me when we talk again the other day he told city can't wait for the show because he feels especially close to the festival here's what he said yeah I kind of have joked on Instagram I was saying that you know I've been I've been gone since day one I've been in every single one I missed one because I was working but my heart is a big part of my own fan professionally and personally and I've learned watch that vessel grown from every year and so I've been we are the first one of the very first one so I've been into dancing in the crowd for years I miss one on one I think so it'll they listen I always I was I it's like if they ask you to host my yeah every year it's the best it's a great time it's it's so needless to say I am very very along with you and Chris is Steve Aoki performers at the festival our they called the Miley Cyrus the list goes on for ever at eighteen forty dot com and check out the whole thing six on the count down this week Hey look my medic panic at the disco eighteen forty.
"forty hours" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"AT forty hours by Taco Bell to never thought I'd say this to talk about was a hit song but they did recruit Derren Chris for the vocals and a movie trailer and he is singing about much of fries and both have pretty devoted fan bases check it out and it talk about for not your fries before they're gone back to the countdown direct access to the stars again and biggest hits in the USA eight C. forty may hold one I had back in in and we just keep truth hurts lives of seventeen person we heard from ed Sheeran's new album is written about wanting to leave a fancy party his latest thing was a similar message it's a beautiful people and the lyrics describe feeling uncomfortable in the world of glamour and excess we got to the break out spot beautiful people ed Sheeran feature Khalid in this conversation do no see store in this conversation this is only a comb.
"forty hours" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"The show your parents love you the best. That's the most thing. Yeah. Absolutely. No competition. Yeah. That's good. Well, if you go I've got brother and sister, and where do you fit in the Ryan recognized comes second. Yeah. Who's talk my sister. I think everyone knows my sister. I know France my brother come on. What's he do it himself? He's teaching assistant, and he's very very very like super intelligent like to intelligent. Yeah. Like he needs to come back in five hundred years time, and then people will be on the specs him. They respect he's a very he was a great brother for money stuff. So when you say he was a great. Sounds blake. Now eastern is great. Good brothers. Well, like, we don't hang out with each other so much now like when you're at home, you to know what this is like a sad lonely might. Runs. But I did math. The sisters. Look look. Now here we are on on this you've been on all with the good place. Yes. Pretty good take. No. Yup. Yup. It's pretty good. It's about she works out. Yes. On your Twitter. Price says you trick or treated that mariah's house is that truth. No. I have been to Mariah Carey's house weirdly for work. And and then I saw that everyone was changing Twitter names for Halloween. Okay. So I just change your name to that. Yeah. Yeah. Mariah carey. This is. This is a slightly side anecdote. We've we've learnt. So when I did this thing where I spent forty hours with Mariah Carey for a TV show. And she had lots of as you'd expect was very nice. She had lots of foibles, including my favorite really was tired. Most of the time and one point we're in her hotel room. Well, we arrived her tell room to do the interview. And she was asleep in bed with her husband, which is quite awkward situation to walk in on. You're going to go we'll leave it for a bit. And then they got up and go out. And we sat down so similar setup. So it's both on the same. So I had to do maybe ten I mean, ten seconds of expensive camera. So just say so now, I'm in Mariah Carey's hotel room just about about, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah about Mariah. When I look back over she was asleep. She had fallen asleep in ten seconds. But the real the real rope was that she's surrounded buddies people who. You know, her her entourage? And no one would ever say anything to upset and so they wouldn't wake her up. Said she'll she'll be up in a bit. So just sat on a sofa with Mariah Carey why she had a power now for about five minutes of came back to it was right? Where are we where you just forty? And then we and then we carried on the the thing. I was going to say that's not sad. The sad thing is that she has a good side. But it's such a it's so so hard wired in our now that she come that. She if a camera is on the wrong side, she just con con hack. It right all and the reason is the toy Mottola who was the horrible. Man. She married when she was quite young the record label, boss. I think said that she looked too ethnic from the other side, which is really a may horrific and also obviously not true because she's basically symmetrical..
"forty hours" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Forty hours since the polls closed, and Broward and Palm Beach counties are still finding and counting ballots and the supervisors Brenda Snipes. And Susan Booker cannot seem to say how many bells still exists and where these belts came from or where they have been. The people deserve fairness. And transparency and the supervisors are failing to give it to us. You just update us where things are on the count. Now. Just say, please get a moment to go into the room. And. Welcome back. Ducker snakes now Thursday. We are still counting ballots in our counting pages are six pages. Each of the people voted, but other counties have been able to do it. But the candidates didn't have six hundred thousand votes out there. Miami Dade did. Well, have you been inside? My check out check. But it's a serious issue. It's always seems like an issue with me I've been doing this now since October twenty second. But if it's a serious issue to sites, we ran fourteen days, twelve hours, we had a big vote by mail, Saddam tracker, turn it around to make it seem like I'm making comedy out of this. I don't think anybody's. But the question. But there are serious questions. Why does she done for the moment? We'd like to know how many votes outstanding. Since the last time, we spoke on election night evening, where I operated with the best information that was available to me. And since that time more information has come. In more information has become available around the votes around the votes that are still outstanding really for our need to ensure in this process that every vote counted. What has changed in that period of time? Is something familiar to all of our press. Which is we've learned in various parts of the state that there are still votes that are outstanding..
"forty hours" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"I think there's at least forty hours in it you know just these crystals wanted a time fittings gd did a couple of fittings we always provide our measurements to miss julie so that the dress feds perfectly and she's able to carry this stress actually she's a bit bigger yorkie but the dress weighs about five pounds she's like breaking a sweat here you've got to suffer for fashion darling like the rest of us has thin modeling for she has been in several contests the past three years always a bridesmaid never a bride so tonight's until until tonight and she is when won the contest as miss ireland so angie she's tired she's tired you had quite a few what if you i think i had about five or six tonight i kept hearing your name okay here's another one at fifty one always always the this is what i do this is absolutely and i've been talking about with a lot of the designers i'm speaking with tonight this has grown oh trends of not only dressing your pets but being very elaborate and doing runway shows and you have been and rescue and you've been a part of it for a long time tell us how you got involved always kind of a deep story out of time for that i actually lost my sister to cancer and i was a murless for fifteen years but before that i did costume and i did rival in for mardi gras and then after my sister passed away i couldn't be with her when she was very ill because i was under contract for two major jobs and that was like a wake up call for me said you need to do something else so honest to god is hokey as this sounds i lay in bed after she passed and i said lord do me favor give me a job i can do at home just give me a job i can do at home and then i got this weird pithy to start making dog clothing and i said you know what i'm gonna do stuff that nobody else has done because i've been doing this a lot longer than most of these young this is win oh gosh seven years ago at least and i just started and played with it and the first dresses i made were recycled dresses because my motherinlaw's next door neighbor was a retired ninety one year old belly dancer and she had closets full of dresses and i got all of them started cutting them and started playing i said i'm going to go crazy and i just had a blast it has grown and grown and grown two years ago i won the new york fashion show i've won homecoming and i'm hoping maybe tomorrow we'll see what happens but you know what honest to god i'm very humbled i really am and i wanna point this out that every year i do a auction on my facebook page that auction after the starting bid all the proceeds go to rescue and i cannot point that out enough to these other young designer should've coming in that you would not have a job if it wasn't for the dogs so they have to do their parts absolutely to absolutely true i think that god gave me a walk he answered my prayers okay and in doing that i have to thank him back and that's how i think in back with adults so i rescues very important to me that is a beautiful thing ladies congratulations all of you and g g you were born star you playing to the camera i thought eunice thank you so much very nice stay tuned with us for part two when we attend the castilian night the big event of the weekend let's talk pets every week on demand only on pet life radio dot com.
"forty hours" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Because that's done governed by federal law but this new cba collective bargaining agreement the new agreement eliminates the official time for union business show under the old agreement this has been a complaint for a while that union representatives are free to work on union business during normal government hours while they're being paid by taxpayers but they're doing the work for the union so the old agreement stipulated that no fewer than seventy five union stewards across the country co workup to forty hours a year ununion business and another three would be fulltime dedicated fulltime to working on union business while being paid by the taxpayers for a government job so basically being paid to them negotiate against taxpayers down the road so now union business will be done on union time rather than on tax payers time during the old agreement if you were employed by the nea were only given a forty eight hour window every year in which you could opt out of the union membership and otherwise you're enrolled now you have to opt in you have to actively choose to enroll as opposed to be held captive and have a forty eight hour window of escape so that's big under the old agreement the department was required to consult the union before every agency wide decision that they could they could interpret as affecting the work of employees such like if they wanted to transfer employees from one office to another they had a consult the union first union had a review it in the union had to approve nope they don't have to notify the union anymore they just tell them this person's been moved under the new agreement the union is going to start to be charged fair market rent for the use of government office space and for federally furnished equipment that they use to conduct union business under the last agreement under obama tax payers paid we we provided the space we we we provided the equipment to the union free of charge and we paid those members to work on it on taxpayer dime see what happened was this is interesting the education department they were they were able to adopt this new agreement because the union.
"forty hours" Discussed on The Polygon Show
"Edits for like a month we didn't get their of you up until like almost two months after the game came out of course no one right it there is no point it literally spent forty hours i will tell you it was digital on world cup what it's called did you on cyber sleuth which i thought i really liked for the first ten hours or twenty hours and then and i was telling her on owed so good it's funny it's a weird and then it promptly got extremely bad extremely bad at i seriously song forty hours in like three days into that game how did it what was the change twenty hours and if you could say so easily like the story just kind of stopped caved up the game kept going so it's just like extremely repetitive in them like dumb like puzzles to get two new rooms that were like always the same and it wasn't hard it was just like a lot backtracking and the game i beazley was just playing on autopilot after awhile because random encounters you couldn't skipped it was a chore uh so i yes i want my forty hours back please chelsea de of one yeah i i i will echo allegra sentiments only briefly because i do agree that like having a play a game for review and than it's something you don't like it makes it it's like way worse her but i would actually go back and play fewer windows pc games 'cause i wish i just had like played more things on ps 1 like wish i'd played final fantasy as a kid instead of playing on solitaire listening would've lighten whatever was listening you know just like doing mindless stuff i wish i had played more things yeah what about you ashley i want all the hours i spend on fallout four i knew were to say more but i thought originally a letter your answer i thought you were talking about ever away says how ha i ask threat like ted hours all that crap out.
"forty hours" Discussed on Super Station 101
"That graduate i'm going with twenty six years old yes but i'm gonna go with 26 there we were kind of i agree with you man now i'm the only difference is you say after graduation i'm going with 26 because that is the aides that obama said you can stay on your parent's insurance or i found here you got emancipate look we can build compromise that's how you do as i didn't legislature to see that we came together gaffe malgara veal guy from gordon deal worked out a compromise get everything in there we won't it this is the way you do it leadership leadership who is next roger welcome to the program hope you enjoyed the show all also reuter a four law kuala barlow i roger walked out of oil asked left at legislation law the fasialabad last book was handed out a hostile long walls news okay is available for the state of iowa pharma the fissionable teachers had to have forty hours a police training msi catch evaluation hold the concealed carry in schools forty hours of police training asks what are you saying it's ridiculous so so you come up with a good idea hey let's let those teachers you wanna be on be arm and then somebody said oh it d c v roger do you would you see just by that and i don't i don't know who came up with the forty hours but these people literally believe that that guns sprout arms and legs and run around latin little gremlins own their own if you take if it tastes forty hours the training roger didn't you you don't need to be anywhere near one occur caruana alive good i mean the poor that's just limitations gonna keep limitation all right scott remember when we lose our grip second amendment they don't understand that gorgeous member fourth amendment every amendment they uh they're gonna lose it would don't forget the colleges roger the colleges already have a a large percentage of their students saying that if you and i say something their hurts their feelings that is hate speech and we're not allowed to say it we are a moute we.
"forty hours" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"When a winner cricket peace b street out of gas with rj in your host city coke addicts million his man you are now about to witness the threat of street nod fly from the biggest dread straight out of aeg with rj bell in your host v kofi forty hours away from the super bowl oh yeah friday and saturday destroyed at a vegas yuko beal rj bell i mean is this is that we are clear superbowl coming up hey remember guys on one hand in twenty years ago this was fair to say is oh it's just one game it is don't forced the side don't force the total but when there was like 500 props out there it's an opportunity speaking of opportunities college basketball tomorrow big card we got in the wise guy chair college expert brad powers so it will be fascinating the next day and a half to see what happens in las vegas with the money with the odds and the actions been swift the last ten days or so since the numbers come out and big bets have been laid down so my sense is that and steve you do fifteen hours a local radio a week here in vegas my sense is that were on pace to break the record again there's been many i think a majority eight years in the last five or six of broken the existing record for handle for amount vat overall my sense were on an another pays for that ah sails like the vets the big bats are bigger than they've ever abandoned the record is my correcta 138 and change hundred thirty million dollars and change in nevada that on the super bowl that is correct from last year hundred thirty in half and put it in perspective just seven years ago were only doing ninety seven and a half ninety eight million so let let him on antigrass a we now he's been here eighteen months it is no writer got i got to like it you know i was on and being today in los angeles and i've done that spot four years the illicit at what what's our position on bragging because if it's true is a bragging or how do you think about koffieh not at all i four years first year one second your one third year one fourth year wa so i could have said a force.
"forty hours" Discussed on WDRC
"The way that they they don't have to go that forty hour we job so can you go to a forty arrow can you do forty hours a week at your current job will you making that fifty thousand bucks for the last twenty years he ever and received the raise and this is certainly not a lecture this is i don't i don't let your people on my shell what right what i have to do that i'm giving you suggestions to stay look opportunity monday is when you open up your eyes to say you know what douglas's right i've been making the same 50000 for the last twenty years i deserve better than you do deserve better go through those walls that a stopping me to get to the next level in life you know how many times people told me when we were being we have a twenty when he problem was the determination issue so the second mortgagee got q and instead of just when the clean up which was in a class him over a million they only put three hundred thousand inside installed that's why they got puke and they decided why don't you just while close on i miss the rowan verses i you know working with them launched his two with the agreements added said she had to clean up the site within two years take out thanked the purse which they did and clean up the site second the only reason i'm telling me the stories because uh when you look at someone else paying operas mortgage you'd be paid off in the next dieting six bond so the point is that saddle up maybe at what's a twomillion box what is better than having the banks in every other tenet that you had paid down you'll have principle his someone tell me of us some other business where that happens we you don't have to go to a job 95 every day said i computer or whenever the situation may be why because you're rents coming in you paying your mortgage and end the rest those into hip citibank which is your bank account and you say that money in a compounds so one the one makes 35 grand a year in the talk into a bankruptcy attorney and this is actually a pace that just happened i am we end up showing him how you can use real estate to.
"forty hours" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The forty hours quarterbacks who've suited up for the first ten games of the season hadn't done so that's something to keep an eye on if if the uh if the offense of wind just kind of miraculously improves uh after jimmy garoppolo gets and saw inserted into the starting lineup well it's going to ask you about garoppolo here to intense season yeah it's tough i mean fortune lay at least on our show he can talk about garoppolo and you don't have to always keep pounding win dead just for somebody is down there every day you see a bounce in people's staff by me from the media to the players a is garoppolo or has he changed kind of the atmosphere yes he and i mean gary deeply chang oh yeah i would say distinctively changed it and the reason is because now i don't think the forty hunters are are working on on a hypothetical you'll they're working you'll this whole season through your basically until the time that they traded for him the forty nine ers had always fellow yield there there's optimism building something here but it what were they building i mean you can't really build until you have your quarterback and you know in tell you have that piece of the puzzle everything else is is gonna be a relevant so the fact now that they have the quarterback who they believe is going to be the quarterback in any started it a game i really think that they feel like they're season began last week and that whatever happens the rest of the way uh who will be to provide momentum going into two thousand eighteen i i think there's a completely different feel on both sides of the ball i mean look at what happened to the defense on it for the first time all year they are able to pick a third downs they're able to keep the ball on the added a ridiculous um margin of you know plays for the prayers offense against plays at the defense had to defend and i mean that helped out the defense i mean the the offense players were on the field you know the ball is being spread around now nah i think that it's a completely different feel than it was even a week ago yeah i know the niners are going to try to spin this kind of positively but what's there what's your thought what what do you think they're feelings truly are about.
"forty hours" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"In husband works forty hours a week um you need to work on based on labour he makes twenty dollars an hour depends on how many labour hours he got sony over should we work um probably anywhere from forty to fifty because um he's picking up an extra job and you're going to do as much as your health will allow 'cause you need to add income to this equation first secondly you're not organized and you don't have a good written budget and when you do that you'll feel like you've gotten a raise jump on every dollarcom and download the app for your hot phone your android or your desk top it's free it's called every hour and you need to spend about ten minutes due in your budget and you and your husband need to do that together you're very first thing you spend money on his food second thing you spend money on his lights on water thou card thing you do is pay the rent the four seniors pay the car payment put gash in the car you have the money to do all of those things right so you're hunger you're not hungry you're not cold in you're not wet and you're not homeless crack okay so there's nothing to be stressed about exception credit card debt and the sense that you're stuck and those two things will make you stressed but that's all you got to be stressed about not going to be stuck anymore roche art work at six jobs will sell so much stuff the kids think there next for a cut up these stupid credit card you are desperately in need of plastic surgery and then you're going to list these debts smallish the largest get current on them first and then start working the mouth in that order and you can do that with the numbers you gave me making fifty oh may be sixty thousand next year because you guys are working like maniacs clean this up i predict that you are debt free completely within a year and a half but that's only if you get focused in any chance to exactly what i just told you to do this as the dave ramsey show.
"forty hours" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A burden for who forty hours means a meal you know for meal for their kid how does the interior department planned to support them to make sure that they are not locked out of seeing these parks well let me um and i couldn't i got on your show a little late so i wasn't quite sure if i heard correctly but you too i think he told me that your yard to your told you visitors your listeners that yet your company is your favorite park the absolutely asca and so you know where i i grew up in colorado and are the rocky mountains national park on my wife and i got married right next to a literally oh well but i'll tell you the truth my favorite park is mesa verde national park and i went there when i was nine or ten years old and i was able to to crawl around in the key even as of mckay if and learn a great deal about the yemensaudi and so first off there's a whole bunch of parks that this increase isn't going to affect in any way shape or form um so i think that that's important to recognize that there are a lot of perks out there that we um we do have more porton lane thought perhaps is is realizing that you know for good or bad the fee is not um kept pace with inflation when you look at it and here's the way i i um look at an initial and that was i had a wife and two kids um and when i take i'm out here and we go down any real 3d movie it caused me about sixty eight dollars ninety cents uh for the two kids um and my wife and i digress have a a movie so i start with that kind of where things stand but here's the reality when you look at these district these um destination parks if you look at a yellowstone or are you germany if your way uh from a to away when you look at the cost associated with that and you ask your solve if you're a single mother um you know working in a minimum wage job you know what really keeps you from these parks and i.
"forty hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Kind of like not a lot of clients yet debt would take an online service really not a lot of work to do i came on a public counting outreach working seventy eighty ninety hours a week right out of lose my mind so you working forty hours and really a lot of minesweeper and pretty much i was working forty hours i probably had twenty out what the work to do so would you do to fill the time i i went to one of my bosses and said hey if you have anything it was kind of a strange situation my boss had been out count mabache percent pleasant you have anything gives me i i just i'm looking for staff at some point and there's been a whole bunch of people working really hard on a project like day and night i had no idea what it was a month played a healer hey jim khmer earlier we need help on this it was the original etf by really yeah ninety no no this is 92 still dili this is two months into my career they've been working on this for a couple of years they brought me over for one specific reason that there were about getting closer to launch and they need to someone do the first set of financial dry and like jim has that experience where he worked out perfect now though i i say yet invited and because they asked for more b which kind of pages needed some help and i was i get a lot of credit for spy ryan and i'm going to be very honest here i deserve very little of it you have been called various names like the father of the spyders and every time i see some i would say that to you you swatted away and say no no no i was a leader distant to a team out of the very latest edition to eighteen i think my smash in who wasn't getting involved in that i smiled as we were staying involved in that i get asked that question all time a lot of folks moved on to different things i got off a different role with all.
"forty hours" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And i hate that i wish that they would make some sun block the didn't drive me crazy it's so to be in sticky an awful and it missing raise sticky an awful too yeah it's horrible stuff and then you have to wash it off and then you've got an fried bethel faleigh uniform brings with it so much energy and a whole new right and and beauty and i just ran a new light get hill that's interesting you'd point that out the in the cellar the sunlight comes from directly above and it it washes the color out of things care and already now in the in august the august light is a little more golden yeah and it quite an angle you think i don't know yeah i'm scott has something to do with it maybe that raise have to travel longerdistance i don't know or or maybe it's different angles so has to cope with room or the atmosphere young and defuse more i don't know more of the sun rays in more of the trees reeves there who knows what but yeah and fall is just beautiful at that guy we sang wetter weather and wellstocked weather and then you get to look forward to a winter which i i fell on what are you do in the winter for activities um well i'm a poor precedent so i don't do too much besides walk but i would love to um crosscountry ski you're a poor person area well how come i do you know well salary um hi rant you never work forty hours i yeah i do and have a high rant yeah i do redundant but i tell you one sorry you ever think of a moving somewhere else yes yes because boston's too expensive now it's really time to move i know it's ridiculous yeah then we think of ecuador ecuador not really which have live in a foreign country um i would i'd i'd probably i'd probably i don't know is there anything cheapen in europe bar yes yeah but not regularly europe where eastern europe yes cern yep yeah add it is that liveable or is it to skip vacations and that liveable yeah gonorrhea way you go yes okay in name a couple level place real quick liveable slovenia and.
"forty hours" Discussed on The AskGaryVee Show
"Far from north gary orr worker fifty always a weaker mark got my corner store trying to make it better but problem putting them forty hours from my own thing and i'm just tom figaro twenty four years ago and my job was the first and foremost are you happy with like you put in work helping the family business that's paints bills right it bantam those but at the same time in all polka call me i'm working every day on my own home they do with them forty hours with those forty our the curley been working with my boy on way motion um it the motion controlled on it i'm at the corner store now numerous morning i'm wagon and work in a working but point motion control at the the camera look at you will as you move yet you could control music and vibrations it helps kids with autism consumer product companies to pay from the standpoint so that you guys you can compete for the production of that so we got a few of you of at already not a bad investors what about customers are you trying to get old customer yellow where we're looking at her hold on into distributing it to go into hospital and to helping kid with autism and so if you spending forty hours a week right like you should be spending eighty percent of that on customers should still be in a place where you're looking into anything needs to be spending all your time on trying to get customers because if you don't have customers it doesn't matter how much investment you get it doesn't matter how much work you put in you're not going to have something at the end i think the key is whether it's you're you're boy somebody's got to start really cracking that nut to figure out how to get people to pay for whatever you're doing them right winger alex au learn three alex wood up.
"forty hours" Discussed on AP News
"Dot com or download the out today accused of bodies slamming a reporter newlyelected montana congressman grudge gene forte avoid the jail time of the assault charge but gallison county judge request did handout benton that'll keep the politician busy at least for a little while ernie her own don't you law will make you do forty hours of community service on in lieu that you love south wales it in all who is twenty hours thing jim forte pleaded guilty to assaulting guardian reporter ben jacobs at his campaign headquarters back in may it took time in court to offer him another apology and a chance to talk as muslim sars from one for six weeks jacob says he's satisfied with the apology of things the politician has learned his lesson all police be followed by congress be strong advocate for free press enter the person jacob also acknowledged gene forte's fifty thousand dollar donation to the committee to protect journalists however jian forte has yet to fully address why his campaign's initial account of the confrontation put the blame on jacobs for the ap robleh friends with ribbit the tokyo's new welcomed the new giant the panda cub monday unfortunately it's too soon to tell the couple survive the mother shimshon previous cubs provide only six days was wholly the newborn inner pau zoo released a blurry photo of the mother with the tiny head and limbs over cobb also visible but one can seem to tell the cub was nursing yet while shuchen's cub that was born in twenty twelve die the other pet is born of this we have survived right now about four hundred twenty giant pandas live in captivity mostly in their native china while about one thousand eight hundred sixty live in the wild a couple of old.