16 Burst results for "Forty Hours A Day"

"forty hours day" Discussed on Hurdle

Hurdle

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Hurdle

"Minutes of change at a time right one minutes of j and jeddah time And then you know within six months. Maybe you're going to bed at eleven. And i would say that. That's amazing because sustainable changes slow. Change right incised steps. Can't ask something. I'm gonna. i'm gonna wise just to get. I mean well i feel. Are you a cappers and you can be honest. I'm actually really so. I'm a leo. So i'm a in person. Can the rest of the show talking about my hair is that sound mandate it. I'm more of a dog person. what about you. I'm more of a dog person as well but at any puppies can also take big steps. So i think the analogy really. It really is so tiny the told okay. I mean we talked about kittens sidesteps. You're going to bed earlier prioritizing yourself. I may be talking with a professional yiming that we haven't addressed here at all and i'm wondering if you have anything to throw into the mix year when it comes to our diets and out. Sure me talk about that for us. We can yeah. I always wanted be thoughtful right because one of the things that can go with burnout is well within the new context. I often saw a lot of ortho xia alongside right Folks who were overworking and again. This is in in the context of insurance based primary care right so people with access to financial resources. Were you know working these forty hour days and were scared of eating anything outside the clean regimen right. And it's like the the more culturally acceptable eating disorder. Right because it's a it's a it's control But it looks like clean eating. So it's like you know women's magazines approved so i always just want to be like but right i man oh girl wrong right not wrong which is but i would like to think as i would like to think someone who has a.

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"forty hours day" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Simple mobile out with the old in with the simple interesting story here in new york. Now we know there in the middle of a really competitive series with the atlanta hawks. It's fifteen fourteen actually sixteen seventeen fifteen now hawks decision three pointer away behind. I'll say not. That's a final score in atlanta street. Hey if i don't know. I don't mind i'm serious like have you ever seen been to somebody's house that doesn't have high def now at this point in time. Now if i don't if they don't have high def as long as they don't bring a high def. Tv into their home audio used to is the normal stuff. And that's fine. I was fine. How you add. It doesn't have high death. I mean that must be academic will say this. I will say this. We had some friends over. They will remain nameless. We have some friends over recently and we were watching a movie on high def and they were like astonish. There were like almost. They're not amish or anything like what they were like. Wow like the forty hour day forties like. Oh and they said it's unbelievable. The they re movies. The movies talk have caller. Thanks joe because these are good friends. I know they don't have identical boo grabbed my point. Is i remember before. I got high. Def out years ago. I went over to my can't miss something that you ever had that so so i'm not mad. Keep keep your normal deaf or whatever we call it. What is it called low for whatever low definition. Tv's just don't bring with those you bring i deaf in. You're in trouble. But but anyway i don't even know how we get on that know. How even got talking about that. But the knicks. The new york knicks rob. They've made the decision in round two if they get their one. One tie with the hawks around two they will only sell tickets to citizens who have been vaccinated. You have a problem with that. No i don't have a problem with it. A think companies. Especially when you when you dealing with covert and what's happened in public safety and big crowds. I think they have a right to set the guidelines. I don't think there's anything wrong with it and it's just because of where we are. You know what i mean like they just arbitrarily said if you're not vaccinated for smallpox. You can't come in. Do you know what i mean. Who's an epidemic that went through and an a ton of people died. I don't even remember where the number is now. Did you see. I just read a story in the new york times. Five hundred doctors have died in india. Chris dodd the air. India's hannah five hundred people to take care of themselves. Do you know what i mean and put themselves not at a nave died but my point is i don't have a problem. They want people to be fully vaccinated and people want fully vaccinated at this point. At some point it'll change and it won't matter but at this point where we're totally a fully not out of the woods. I don't have an issue with it. The dodgers did it. You know out here. Chris would fully vaccinated sections and whatnot. You know what i mean for..

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"forty hours day" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

08:19 min | 8 months ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"Shot. Maala burst of all. You have no idea if that's not a standard operating procedure like he's just saying that we're on the freaking radio like for all. I know you always that right. Also it literally almost made me puke one date one time feel like i have to be like him. That's in-depth novel. But i but we've had that debate before by the way and i'm so glad that some people need to have an answer after one day because that's sort of kept our show flowed for a decade With this thing. But i also i. I kind of agree with you. That one date doesn't necessarily require you know A medical you know or some sort of the era of right call you and tell you i'm not gonna call one day. But but he wanted to know and utah and you will not give him another chance though. I like if they wanted to call find out. And i do this point. It should have been me saying like. Hey it's not gonna work out. And then he would've known i didn't even have to tell you because nothing with your retainer guy christopher's only getting better he's gonna have really straight like laser straight teeth here very very soon and you're going to miss out on that on that mouth. I think the chance. I'm willing to take at this point. Can't discuss and grows. This is i mean not christopher. Don't you worry. I take my retainer out to like that. And no one's called me discussing gross on the radio resource christopher. Don't take my love advice. Christie numbers of those guys. Because we'll do vote on them out. I wanna know why didn't go out with me. Christopher i'm always wrong But i would. I just excuse yourself. Bathrooms away to a napkin on. There is a way to do it but nonetheless. I'm sorry christopher mula. Thanks for your time. And i wish you both the best of luck jordan This for jordan. I work at a dental office. Visit land you can drink with them. Just rinse them. After shouldn't have left it on the table. Though so i. I used to drink with them on. I think. I also think. I just got lucky that they worked because i didn't. I don't think i wore them. I don't think i was all that compliant. But they did work my teeth. My bottom teeth were messed up. That was after braces and after a retainer. So i came back to that in my late twenties because i i wasn't yeah. I had bad teeth as a kid. Like yeah thank you so much appreciate lost some retainer my retainer and then when baghdad to pay for it myself but yeah used to drink with them on but yeah the on leave dentist is lying because my dentist told me if you drink any sugary drink with amman. You can get cavities because it like trash. Sugar your teeth. I mean it's just like a forty hour day it's just like survivor or something. Go home a couple hours later and you take them off and brush your teeth. I didn't think it out. Yeah caitlyn's take it out. It feels like it would stick on there or get dirtier league change color over time. Drinking you know strawberry dachary got one of those bloody marys with a bahama mama. Yeah that's the one that's blue right mama got. That's what i heard. Either way street drinks drinks the south side. They don't have the copyright so they listen to the report. Two thousand bucks miley cyrus and do a leaper. why contest. that's all hope two hundred two hundred hope. Good from chicago's number. One hit music station. What oh three five kiss. Fm hope hope keywords dedicated to kaelin. Hold should've been at the time. I guess i dunno on christmas vacation. Three five kiss. Fm and the latest entertainment news is and they can't even win. Great may have given little clue about her feelings. On the sex in the city reboot and just like that. That's what it's called s. jp. Cynthia nixon and kristin davis they're all set to return as iconic characters and a ten episode. Hbo series over the past. Few years has made it very clear that she's moved on from the show. I feel like people won't let her move on because they're so attached to it. She actually liked fans twitter post. Which said i absolutely love sex in the city. And while i'm saddened that samantha will not return i applaud. Doing what is best for you and things that that's a great example of putting yourself i well done at cam cottrell. So that's really all she said about it. She just liked to tweet. That might be all she says But it kind of says it all she. She feels like it's not best for her. I don't know how that money would not be best for her but many in an episode. Maybe they gave her a little more because they know she's not interested. Well i still think that might be part of. This is like if they say to her. Okay fine we'll give you one point finally got to have you and she's sudden now i. My principles are out the window. I wonder i would love to know what the residual money off that show is like. Does it still air a lot in. Syndication does a lot. Like i would love to know how much he's made and how much she continues to make on that things like friendship forever like those guys will have have to do anything. I mean jennifer aniston doing commercials or whatever. I'm like have to do a damn thing right. Because that's shows going to air forever and ever and ever they're pr- they're pretty close to friends. I think just because it's a little raunchier. It can't play as many places but they they get money. I don't think they have to ever work again. Saying we got to figure out a way to these repeats. Don't get a damn thing for these repeats. nothing. I want some residual syndication. That's one man. You want to play this thing until toledo Indianapolis we must do it. Let's do it. let's do it. We're gonna make him control money. That's the energy. So pauline i made you watch the real housewives. You didn't think you'd like it but you loved and you bet. Did you know that there was a real housewives of miami. Okay i heard of it. Okay okay so it was actually cancelled only after three seasons but they might be coming back and it would include some of the former cast members as well as phil collins. Orion's seavy i think is how She's been going through legal battle with phil collins over his multi million dollar miami mansion. So here's the t- on that whole situation last year phil evicted her and her current husband. Yeah but she says that she was promised half of the forty million dollar state which is trying to sell. Wow forty million dollars. Holy hell So like i said it initially ran from two thousand eleven to twenty thirteen and it included. Cast members like larson picking so i hope that all the of the nba raw. Sorry scotty take her back to married and she out there with other. Mba players like bouncing basketball. There's a lot of balls scotty. Pippin man god bless him. He's like you know what she's odd me. Yeah well she's she's fighting with the kardashians right now. So i kind of hope she's coming access. You can spell back t sources also say that. Paulina rubio might be a fully. Wait a minute that would be perfect. You'd be green on the my house. I would be so fresh on. It looks like they're talking to right. Now let's see if we can make that. Paulina row. Paulina rubio. Who my money's on you. Y'all snatched these days both of you. So.

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"forty hours day" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

05:59 min | 8 months ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"Because i would probably forget it like if it gets something. Yeah right i as a kid. I did that on the table. Put it though. He's got the case where it's visible so he doesn't lose. Go wash them off the table. And i would agree with that but let's talk about why you're using him for that reason like you can't so the guy got his case. It's a one time deal you know it. Sounds like that's not his normal standard operating procedure. Would you give them another shot. Maala burst of all. You have no idea if that's not a standard operating procedure like he's just saying that we're on the freaking radio like for all. I know you always that right. Also it literally almost made me puke one date one time feel like i have to be like him. That's in-depth novel. But i but we've had that debate before by the way and i'm so glad that some people need to have an answer after one day because that's sort of kept our show flowed for a decade With this thing. But i also i. I kind of agree with you. That one date doesn't necessarily require you know A medical you know or some sort of the era of right call you and tell you i'm not gonna call one day. But but he wanted to know and utah and you will not give him another chance though. I like if they wanted to call find out. And i do this point. It should have been me saying like. Hey it's not gonna work out. And then he would've known i didn't even have to tell you because nothing with your retainer guy christopher's only getting better he's gonna have really straight like laser straight teeth here very very soon and you're going to miss out on that on that mouth. I think the chance. I'm willing to take at this point. Can't discuss and grows. This is i mean not christopher. Don't you worry. I take my retainer out to like that. And no one's called me discussing gross on the radio resource christopher. Don't take my love advice. Christie numbers of those guys. Because we'll do vote on them out. I wanna know why didn't go out with me. Christopher i'm always wrong But i would. I just excuse yourself. Bathrooms away to a napkin on. There is a way to do it but nonetheless. I'm sorry christopher mula. Thanks for your time. And i wish you both the best of luck jordan This for jordan. I work at a dental office. Visit land you can drink with them. Just rinse them. After shouldn't have left it on the table. Though so i. I used to drink with them on. I think. I also think. I just got lucky that they worked because i didn't. I don't think i wore them. I don't think i was all that compliant. But they did work my teeth. My bottom teeth were messed up. That was after braces and after a retainer. So i came back to that in my late twenties because i i wasn't yeah. I had bad teeth as a kid. Like yeah thank you so much appreciate lost some retainer my retainer and then when baghdad to pay for it myself but yeah used to drink with them on but yeah the on leave dentist is lying because my dentist told me if you drink any sugary drink with amman. You can get cavities because it like trash. Sugar your teeth. I mean it's just like a forty hour day it's just like survivor or something. Go home a couple hours later and you take them off and brush your teeth. I didn't think it out. Yeah caitlyn's take it out. It feels like it would stick on there or get dirtier league change color over time. Drinking you know strawberry dachary got one of those bloody marys with a bahama mama. Yeah that's the one that's blue right mama got. That's what i heard. Either way street drinks drinks the south side. They don't have the copyright so they listen to the report. Two thousand bucks miley cyrus and do a leaper. why contest. that's all hope two hundred two hundred hope. Good from chicago's number. One hit music station. What oh three five kiss. Fm hope hope keywords dedicated to kaelin. Hold should've been at the time. I guess i dunno on christmas vacation. Three five kiss. Fm and the latest entertainment news is and they can't even win. Great may have given little clue about her feelings. On the sex in the city reboot and just like that. That's what it's called s. jp. Cynthia nixon and kristin davis they're all set to return as iconic characters and a ten episode. Hbo series over the past. Few years has made it very clear that she's moved on from the show. I feel like people won't let her move on because they're so attached to it. She actually liked fans twitter post. Which said i absolutely love sex in the city. And while i'm saddened that samantha will not return i applaud. Doing what is best for you and things that that's a great example of putting yourself i well done at cam cottrell. So that's really all she said about it. She just liked to tweet. That might be all she says But it kind of says it all she. She feels like it's not best for her. I don't know how that money would not be best for her but many in an episode. Maybe they gave her a little more because they know she's not interested. Well i still think that might be part of. This is like if they say to her. Okay fine we'll give you one point finally got to have you and she's sudden now i. My principles are out the window..

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"forty hours day" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

07:10 min | 8 months ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"But you know. I don't recommend it but but i seen people on their very discreet about it. You know they'll like take him out and kind of like over things don't really see and then they stick it in their bag. I seen i like you notice that mike you forget that you're wearing them though. I forgot that i was wearing them. I wanna be without them for like you know four five six seven eight hour many hours you know what i mean and i was like okay so i never seconds though you've got drink. Yeah i got like lake in the top of the can i wanted to like an ordering the bahama mama. Bala normalized retainer. You're getting a bit. The wind like it's not to know eyesight. No okay. No one's making fun of you for having a retainer. I do think there's a subtle way to to handle that though. And i probably wouldn't set it on the table for a couple of reasons one because i don't think anybody wants to necessarily look at that too because i would probably forget it like if it gets something. Yeah right i as a kid. I did that on the table. Put it though. He's got the case where it's visible so he doesn't lose. Go wash them off the table. And i would agree with that but let's talk about why you're using him for that reason like you can't so the guy got his case. It's a one time deal you know it. Sounds like that's not his normal standard operating procedure. Would you give them another shot. Maala burst of all. You have no idea if that's not a standard operating procedure like he's just saying that we're on the freaking radio like for all. I know you always that right. Also it literally almost made me puke one date one time feel like i have to be like him. That's in-depth novel. But i but we've had that debate before by the way and i'm so glad that some people need to have an answer after one day because that's sort of kept our show flowed for a decade With this thing. But i also i. I kind of agree with you. That one date doesn't necessarily require you know A medical you know or some sort of the era of right call you and tell you i'm not gonna call one day. But but he wanted to know and utah and you will not give him another chance though. I like if they wanted to call find out. And i do this point. It should have been me saying like. Hey it's not gonna work out. And then he would've known i didn't even have to tell you because nothing with your retainer guy christopher's only getting better he's gonna have really straight like laser straight teeth here very very soon and you're going to miss out on that on that mouth. I think the chance. I'm willing to take at this point. Can't discuss and grows. This is i mean not christopher. Don't you worry. I take my retainer out to like that. And no one's called me discussing gross on the radio resource christopher. Don't take my love advice. Christie numbers of those guys. Because we'll do vote on them out. I wanna know why didn't go out with me. Christopher i'm always wrong But i would. I just excuse yourself. Bathrooms away to a napkin on. There is a way to do it but nonetheless. I'm sorry christopher mula. Thanks for your time. And i wish you both the best of luck jordan This for jordan. I work at a dental office. Visit land you can drink with them. Just rinse them. After shouldn't have left it on the table. Though so i. I used to drink with them on. I think. I also think. I just got lucky that they worked because i didn't. I don't think i wore them. I don't think i was all that compliant. But they did work my teeth. My bottom teeth were messed up. That was after braces and after a retainer. So i came back to that in my late twenties because i i wasn't yeah. I had bad teeth as a kid. Like yeah thank you so much appreciate lost some retainer my retainer and then when baghdad to pay for it myself but yeah used to drink with them on but yeah the on leave dentist is lying because my dentist told me if you drink any sugary drink with amman. You can get cavities because it like trash. Sugar your teeth. I mean it's just like a forty hour day it's just like survivor or something. Go home a couple hours later and you take them off and brush your teeth. I didn't think it out. Yeah caitlyn's take it out. It feels like it would stick on there or get dirtier league change color over time. Drinking you know strawberry dachary got one of those bloody marys with a bahama mama. Yeah that's the one that's blue right mama got. That's what i heard. Either way street drinks drinks the south side. They don't have the copyright so they listen to the report. Two thousand bucks miley cyrus and do a leaper. why contest. that's all hope two hundred two hundred hope. Good from chicago's number. One hit music station. What oh three five kiss. Fm hope hope keywords dedicated to kaelin. Hold should've been at the time. I guess i dunno on christmas vacation. Three five kiss. Fm and the latest entertainment news is and they can't even win. Great may have given little clue about her feelings. On the sex in the city reboot and just like that. That's what it's called s. jp. Cynthia nixon and kristin davis they're all set to return as iconic characters and a ten episode. Hbo series over the past. Few years has made it very clear that she's moved on from the show. I feel like people won't let her move on because they're so attached to it. She actually liked fans twitter post. Which said i absolutely love sex in the city. And while i'm saddened that samantha will not return i applaud. Doing what is best for you and things that that's a great example of putting yourself i well done at cam cottrell. So that's really all she said about it. She just liked to tweet. That might be all she says But it kind of says it all she. She feels like it's not best for her. I don't know how that money would not be best for her but many in an episode. Maybe they gave her a little more because they know she's not interested. Well i still think that might be part of. This is like if they say to her. Okay fine we'll give you one point finally got to have you and she's sudden now i. My principles are out the window..

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"forty hours day" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

06:43 min | 8 months ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"Got drink. Yeah i got like lake in the top of the can i wanted to like an ordering the bahama mama. Bala normalized retainer. You're getting a bit. The wind like it's not to know eyesight. No okay. No one's making fun of you for having a retainer. I do think there's a subtle way to to handle that though. And i probably wouldn't set it on the table for a couple of reasons one because i don't think anybody wants to necessarily look at that too because i would probably forget it like if it gets something. Yeah right i as a kid. I did that on the table. Put it though. He's got the case where it's visible so he doesn't lose. Go wash them off the table. And i would agree with that but let's talk about why you're using him for that reason like you can't so the guy got his case. It's a one time deal you know it. Sounds like that's not his normal standard operating procedure. Would you give them another shot. Maala burst of all. You have no idea if that's not a standard operating procedure like he's just saying that we're on the freaking radio like for all. I know you always that right. Also it literally almost made me puke one date one time feel like i have to be like him. That's in-depth novel. But i but we've had that debate before by the way and i'm so glad that some people need to have an answer after one day because that's sort of kept our show flowed for a decade With this thing. But i also i. I kind of agree with you. That one date doesn't necessarily require you know A medical you know or some sort of the era of right call you and tell you i'm not gonna call one day. But but he wanted to know and utah and you will not give him another chance though. I like if they wanted to call find out. And i do this point. It should have been me saying like. Hey it's not gonna work out. And then he would've known i didn't even have to tell you because nothing with your retainer guy christopher's only getting better he's gonna have really straight like laser straight teeth here very very soon and you're going to miss out on that on that mouth. I think the chance. I'm willing to take at this point. Can't discuss and grows. This is i mean not christopher. Don't you worry. I take my retainer out to like that. And no one's called me discussing gross on the radio resource christopher. Don't take my love advice. Christie numbers of those guys. Because we'll do vote on them out. I wanna know why didn't go out with me. Christopher i'm always wrong But i would. I just excuse yourself. Bathrooms away to a napkin on. There is a way to do it but nonetheless. I'm sorry christopher mula. Thanks for your time. And i wish you both the best of luck jordan This for jordan. I work at a dental office. Visit land you can drink with them. Just rinse them. After shouldn't have left it on the table. Though so i. I used to drink with them on. I think. I also think. I just got lucky that they worked because i didn't. I don't think i wore them. I don't think i was all that compliant. But they did work my teeth. My bottom teeth were messed up. That was after braces and after a retainer. So i came back to that in my late twenties because i i wasn't yeah. I had bad teeth as a kid. Like yeah thank you so much appreciate lost some retainer my retainer and then when baghdad to pay for it myself but yeah used to drink with them on but yeah the on leave dentist is lying because my dentist told me if you drink any sugary drink with amman. You can get cavities because it like trash. Sugar your teeth. I mean it's just like a forty hour day it's just like survivor or something. Go home a couple hours later and you take them off and brush your teeth. I didn't think it out. Yeah caitlyn's take it out. It feels like it would stick on there or get dirtier league change color over time. Drinking you know strawberry dachary got one of those bloody marys with a bahama mama. Yeah that's the one that's blue right mama got. That's what i heard. Either way street drinks drinks the south side. They don't have the copyright so they listen to the report. Two thousand bucks miley cyrus and do a leaper. why contest. that's all hope two hundred two hundred hope. Good from chicago's number. One hit music station. What oh three five kiss. Fm hope hope keywords dedicated to kaelin. Hold should've been at the time. I guess i dunno on christmas vacation. Three five kiss. Fm and the latest entertainment news is and they can't even win. Great may have given little clue about her feelings. On the sex in the city reboot and just like that. That's what it's called s. jp. Cynthia nixon and kristin davis they're all set to return as iconic characters and a ten episode. Hbo series over the past. Few years has made it very clear that she's moved on from the show. I feel like people won't let her move on because they're so attached to it. She actually liked fans twitter post. Which said i absolutely love sex in the city. And while i'm saddened that samantha will not return i applaud. Doing what is best for you and things that that's a great example of putting yourself i well done at cam cottrell. So that's really all she said about it. She just liked to tweet. That might be all she says But it kind of says it all she. She feels like it's not best for her. I don't know how that money would not be best for her but many in an episode. Maybe they gave her a little more because they know she's not interested. Well i still think that might be part of. This is like if they say to her. Okay fine we'll give you one point finally got to have you and she's sudden now i. My principles are out the window..

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"forty hours day" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"At the end of every Tim Ferriss show episode Tim Asks His guests the same question when you think of the word successful, who's the first person that comes to mind and why? Listeners love it. When the guest says my father, he worked forty hour days at the car shop didn't speak any English and gave my brother and me a life. We could only dream of. Its valiant effort on behalf of the guest and Tim to remind us there are many versions of success, but it's not the truth. The truth is when we say successful. We mean it in the Frank. Underwood way quote such a waste of time. He chose money over power and quote. We mean wealth and power, but Margo. You might be thinking what it means to live. A good life is different for each person, and you would be right, but we don't value living a good life. We care about it, but we don't value it as a society, we value wealth and power. Don't believe me. When was the last time that dad who works forty hour days and doesn't speak English many times most influential list, or what about the genius physicist, whose papers haven't been recognized by any major outlets, anyone care about him finally a place where we've recognized or honored someone who doesn't have an audience, a book deal or a large amount of wealth or influence. Listen as humans and individuals. We care a lot about people living a good life defined. However, you want to define a good life, but as a society we rarely show interest in regular good people without any power or money. I'm guessing right now about every bone in your body is ready to punch me in the face and defend our society's moral fiber. We value good people, Margot! I can see you trying to find counter examples just to show that Margo idiot from the Internet well I'll save you the trouble. Of course we value good people, but and here's where it gets interesting. Why do you automatically assume wealthy and powerful people are not good people That's what I thought. There are three invisible scripts around wealth and power that are clouding our ability to speak honestly about this topic, and if we have any chance of you making a difference in this world, I need you to challenge these scripts and embrace being.

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"forty hours day" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Public. I'm so disgusted by Rick. tittle that I find him very intoxicating. Thank you for that. All the headlines Today, which is of course from? Peaceful demonstrations to violent demonstrations to. Tear gas to Cova Nineteen. There's a story that Carol Baskin has been given Joe Exotic Zoo. That's a slip. Actually that won't slip under the radar that'll. That'll still be a huge deal here in the United States. That after all this, she now has control over the land and Jeff Lowe and all that. That's a doosy Dizzy I. Tell you by the way coming up next statement Karen Lyle A little sailing. Talk here on a Tuesday. So. Talking about Major League Baseball. Now I'm not a business man, and I'm not a business major. And I never had any interest in business. Despite my my dad, being my idol and I wanted to be like my dad in every way, but one and that was, he was a business major in college, and he was a businessman growing up. And I didn't want type of job and I knew for a fact I didn't when I was in college I took. I used to take these jobs for like three weeks to get enough money to buy a plane ticket to go to Europe so I had worked for like three weeks to a month I did. A shoe store mcphee's junior buttery at. The El Cerrito Plaza. which is long gone, and then I worked at Carlin shoes at the hilltop mall on Richmond. Where there was looting and last night. And then because of the time, I was working to be a I was a clerk. at Bank of America, the world headquarters. The black hard of the banker. The big OBSIDIAN. Statue and everyone artwork right there. At that time. The tallest building in San Francisco I worked on the sixth floor on the bank investment securities, division. And at first, I thought it was cool. Because I was nineteen years old and I was wearing a suit. Now is part and I was. You, know hanging out I was going in a young guy sued and having lunch with other young business guy, and then I realized that it was mind-numbingly horrible. Dealing with other people's money. And just the forms and the typing and the endless filing at I remember I would get a fifteen minute break at ten thirty, and I would just wait and wait and wait for that fifteen minute break and then I would get it as like And then I realized that my day hadn't even really started yet. It felt like a forty hour day. So when it comes to be in a businessman that ain't me. But I thought that I had at least a rudimentary understanding on how bargaining works. Let me give you an example. Let's say you're trying to sell a car and you'll take five grand forward. You'll listed at seven grand. K-. The Guy who wants to buy it is like seven grand hell. No I'll give you fifty five hundred and you go fifty five hundred. I guess I can come down to six eight six, seven fifty. Then you go back and forth back and forth you decide on six grand. The guy who buys it feels good because he got it for thousand dollars less than it was listed, and you feel good because you got a grand more than even wanted for it. See. That's good now. They say A good compromises where both sides phil screwed. I'm. Going to disagree with that. I'm going to say a good compromise or a good deal is when both teams both sides still satisfied. One of those rare win-win. Trades right. WHAT'S A win? Win Trade Right now. I would say the Trade Sean doodle John doolittle and Madison to the nats. They got a world series with doolittle, helping and the got. Hey, ceaseless Arto, their best pitching prospect in Washington. And we'll see what we'll do without the had no use for do little. And the nets did so. That's a win win. Now I bring it up. Because with Major League baseball remember the Major League Baseball said to the players. Last week. Here's our idea for a season. Eighty two games. And instead of prorated salaries. WE'RE GONNA go ahead and need more cash now. There's fans for sure so. Let's go ahead and say that the big money earners are really gonNA. Take it in the took us. Let's do that. We're GONNA kick them right in the taint, and we're going to tell the cheap guys. They can keep half. How about that? Eighty two games. So the union cobbled things together weighed a few days, and then they came back and they said how about this. One hundred and fourteen games. Because more games more money, right? And so then now this is where I say I go back to my background or non background of being negotiator and knowing the art of the deal. Which is? Let's see you want eighty two. They want one fourteen I thought. Call me naive because I am I thought that meant. We were going to get a one hundred games season. It's the old split the difference, the old hoboken hustle right there, but Major League baseball came back yesterday right after I got off the air. And said. How about fifty to sixty games? Record scratch weighed what? You, said eighty two. We said one fourteen, and now you're saying fifty to sixty..

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"forty hours day" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"What being the grand marshal will entail for you well it'll definitely be promoting our what I'm sure to be another spectacular back and they are who was the parade all the festivities around it but also through we're going to be doing some other things in the community and a comma John Kerry is more than just about the party aspect of of what this this hologram is all about grown over a year I'm out of what about the motives of a of a historic event that you know obviously the staple in the city of Tampa will about birthday and things like that so we want to build a form that you know they have raised over two and a half million dollars what have you look what education fund ought to help you and the Tampa Bay area of both worlds I know we're gonna bowling tournaments are wrapped around that also reform them out on the farm where you are it's it's much like you know with their W. people who we are obviously WrestleMania thirty six common here and yeah we'll go out ravers dance area but we have so many other dance around it and ask them what's the what the parade is going to be under a lot of things that lead up not just put it out we'll see them up close out of gas will see them but the off on family friendly you grant that on shore again will will like you say over a hundred thousand people are expected to come and looking for the job entertaining America grand marshal I'm already looking for cool out there we were scared by what the market will be a grand marshal of the to be a background mark have you ever grand marshal do anything before your grand marshal our monogrammed Marshall wrote well I wonder but what I can do Unabomber if you're going to cover for them back Graham Marshall back on Bob Dole they will literally strap or what are you gonna be able to get me thrown beads as the grand marshal ID just kind of wave to the crowd and and get them hyped up and set the tone are are going to be all the way to go and very great jerking high bar will both soon in order to talk about walk you know behind what well the hardware on bass and just because I really want to enjoy and embrace everything medical right you have all bloggers bell will be able to go to every single hello merry singles bar right but you know as far as you can at all from being able to actually be involved I don't want to you know in a vehicle and just wave them look like on the pad on my gosh we want to be involved in you know so who cares who posted family that'll be out here and say hello and takes all grieving this is known as the fun parades the you've gotta keep writer G. up yeah so what our ground will be Dorne are Edie I can tell you everything about will be gone but I will spare computer got good stock we're talking to Titus o'neil here on PM Tampa Bay see when I've been in Gasparilla parade before I've mainly been from beats and I feel out of pressure because there are certain people I want to get beads to your you always get that like a little kid got one set of beads and then the person next to them and young guy next let's just wait steel and all of one's gonna neck full of some trying to get in to that kid and so it's a lot of pressure sometimes when you're in those parades trying to throw those beads there are a lot easier because the door handle it's about me read it New York where are you speaking about our next door are difficult to go serve I got a new this article everything will be not even completely disregard here and I work experiences both would be all about and no offense Brian I feel like Titus might have a little more athleticism yes yes yeah you do right and I think I think of Titus goes in your own wants to give it can be hello fellow where you were going to be along with the reason the reason they put out the reason they put out the warning about get beads going into the water into the bay for the I. day parade is because I'm a I guess my my well throws let me ask you this tightest when it comes to some big events happening here in the Tampa Bay area this year one of them obviously is gonna be WrestleMania thirty six that's happening in April and you're gonna be a big part of that right on are you out of both men ran out bought array of always we know there's been oracle Margaret everybody of work and or place with the bank one of my best friends very busy but you know a little bit celebration for him going up to the WWE all right at the Florida aquarium when you log on both my Fondation appearance of course the mother all worker called within the area we are planning well being able to partner with Florida where you belong or sports class to go along with brand weekends so abrasion update going into the hall of fame and all all the all the whole number obviously Dave Batista the one that got me in the right wing or got me interested in rough going and has remained a close friend and a brother to me it's all want to be able to help obviously with the biggest show or coming here all will want to be able to celebrate them in a big way we're talking to Titus o'neil who is gonna be grand marshal of the E. more city night parade you can find out more at night parade dot com that's happening February eighth anymore city starting at seven PM going back to WrestleMania thirty six you said you're gonna be involved in the ring to look how difficult is that to do wrestling of that caliber almost like a part time basis are not a part time basis only hope we're we're on a roll two weeks a year are Russell everywhere realize you were doing it that much you're logged grueling rolled every single week traveler fifty two weeks a year and about the of the numbers on our poster eleven years and you know it's not hard because I've been doing it and are actually it if you're around that time the hardest ones you're doing all the media and banned it all on even at work with all the things that we have around the eighteen nineteen forty hour day or father's grave we also outlawed SmackDown as well all of the whole family or there's also are in it you take over so it's not just about roughly maybe all all about everything that's going on around it so it looks like a plate and bottom out bothering you know we do a lot of activity than activation of to get involved in the community would also bargain given back in your building our group in playgrounds and all come also it is very light up at the big arm all were called boar and go quite a job you know this parade there were door all but where is the big production and so much more that people don't know about what goes all of leading up to the parade that I think bomb squad one medic bombed out like two and a half million dollar group with education on you you don't you you don't know the people at a party in a drink in an hour ago gears and things like that are even going so far that they're going to stop euro so that's the stuff that are are are are we relish more so than the actual activity almost of quarter parade of my order everything around it I'm also looking for WrestleMania last thing I want to ask you about tell me about the bowler family foundation your foundation there are four marble mark from a combination of both two years ago we drop of our moments resources are earned and finding a good through the program was in tears from all walks of life we obviously just out of our help celebrated center and would your giving all down and and very in in the scramble and we are partnered with much bother ministry wants to work thirty thousand families during the holiday season and we receive that are not just for Christmas will also for very good well so just trying to do things in a transformational where about transactional and better and doing all this the braces are straight out the big programs that we have a we also do a lot of things are in between and amber and usually out for a lot of water to have been on the work the girls club more morning on March will always will do a lot of stuff to build much our ministry have a very I mean the list goes on and on but at the end of the day you know terrible small home the money to do everything I can and my family would like to do everything we can to help you could grow and prosper and in turn help Sir go go to served as well I guess that's why I didn't realize you were doing the wrestling thing so much I'm not I I don't really watch wrestling so I'm not familiar you know with with what's going on in that world but I see you I'd like every major Tampa Bay a van and last time I I think I ran into you here at the station I I I ran into you when you are coasting daytime on NBC this is a busy I now I'm exhausted just hearing about your life well there are a lot like that our group we are very productive and part of make sure those are fine fine so if you are a must work or are you got to get out along let me take a nap first number on picking it up W. W. E. superstar Titus o'neil you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram to Titus o'neil W. W. E. the grand marshal of the crew of Santiago night parade which is happening in your city February eighth starting at seven you can find out more at night and that's K. and I G. H. T. night parade dot com tightest appreciate the time we'll talk again real soon background research all right coming up in a moment we've got to talk about this royal family drama I can't wait I'm invested there's a lot going on here paid six from the New York Post has an insider info wait two years going on with prince Harry and Megan Markle and the queen doesn't sound happy this is gonna be like once they get to this season round it's gonna agree to season of all time we'll tell.

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"forty hours day" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on How to Money

"Just a second year to get into these Pacific way to calculate your hourly rate. That's really important. Right. When you know that number, it helps, you know, Windass yes, when to say, no and helps you kind of just know what your time is worth. It helps you to know whether to say yes, to project at home or side-hustle project that falls in your lap. Right. But that is not the only thing we need to take into consideration right? We need to take into consideration whether we do something because we love it. Right. And so it's not always about the money. Money doesn't have to be the final filter that you run all your decisions through. I think it's helpful. Right. But it's not the only one you might have a job that you love. That may not pay the absolute best, you can maybe go elsewhere and get paid more. But you decide to stay because you love your co workers, you love the tasks that you perform. I know for me. I chose Pacific -ly Matt to work in radio knowing that, it would pay less than probably something else. I could have gone to do, but it was a passion of mine was something I really. Wanted to do. And I don't regret that at all. Yeah. You're set to go to Harvard law. But instead, you thought you know what I wanna talk into this microphone for the rest of my life. I was so close to achieving that wasn't I. Well, you mentioned loving it, but I don't think even have to necessarily love it. But I think even just enjoying something right? Or being curious about it earlier you talked about wanting to learn something, and how that could better you as a person. I think there's another level there to where it may not be necessarily something that you love to do, but you really curious and you want to learn, and you kind of want to better yourself. There can be a lot of benefits that we get from certain types of work that are not at all related to earning money, but they might make us a better or more. Well rounded person. Right. I completely agree. Take, for example, repairs around the house, if I'm just taking into account, my hourly wage. Well, it probably doesn't make sense for me to mome lawn because I can have someone pretty inexpensively, but for me I like to get out there on a hot summer say kind of sweat it out. Listen to my tunes or podcast and cut my grass and there's something just really. Feeling about the final product. Yeah, I don't know what it is about cutting your grass. But, like I completely agree with you before you start it looks like garbage there's lease maybe about wild little dandelions kind of growing up through. But then you fire up that lawnmower you hit it. And then when you're all done, it looks like you have a real legitimate house yard. Yeah. Boy, I just feel like a loser. If I'm sitting there drinking some lemonade, would just because my time is worth quote, and, quote, a certain amount, watch somebody else on my lawn, like it, just doesn't feel right. And so, I think you have to take into consideration those things, and there are other things that are similar to that. I don't mind doing, but then there are other things that, like we talked about my brake job that way, more comfortable farming out this to somebody else. And so earlier, we talked about making purchases like shopping. Right. And so when it comes to that it's worth considering your values, it might not be the wisest decision from a financial Saint point for you to spend a bunch of your time, going to three stores, hitting up the garage sales, but for you deep down. Might realize that it is important to you to help reduce the waste and consumption in the world. Maybe there's a part of you that sort of Russia's and hunt to find that good deal and you know, that it's not worth your time, but you know what you really enjoy it and the same time it lines up with how you can sumptious and purchasing new items being able to live in a way that reflects your core beliefs goes beyond the dollar, and it's not something that you can often quantify but down for you personally. You know that you're doing the right thing. Yeah. Like one of those values might be realizing that you want to get better at something knowing that you want to learn a new skill. I think they're just all sorts of different ways that we can rationalize and acceptably rationalize that we are willing to take on things that don't necessarily pay our hourly rate, but there are other reasons that make it worthwhile. Yeah, you know something else? I'm just realizing. Now, one of the reasons I think I like cutting grass much is because what I basically do all day. I sit down, and I'm sitting at a computer and I think for a lot of people that's, that's the case. Right. Like you're sitting there, you're not moving your body and one of the. I love to do is work outside in the yard and a reason for that is because I love being able to move around move my body work, my muscles. Feel a little bit sore that night when I lay down in bed and sleep well at night. So much of our work these days is digital and doesn't require hardly. Any movement at all from our bodies, except for our fingers on a keyboard or on the mouse. And so I think finding ways to incorporate manual labor into our lies is a very worthwhile endeavor, it pays dividends ago beyond straight up money health, right? What's more valuable than that in the long-term? Yeah. And I think at other thing to take into consideration besides those things is how readily available is your work just because you've identified that you make fifty or one hundred dollars an hour. Well, that doesn't automatically mean that you can pay for any chore, or errand where you can pay someone fifteen dollars an hour. Instead, most folks can't just turn on the money, spigot and do some work, whenever they want earn additional money. It's not like there's work just stacked up for us that we can put off until the exact moment that we wanted to. Do it. If you're lucky, maybe you are in that position. And that sounds kind of amazing but that's not the case from us, folks. Right, right. Yeah. So you have to take into consideration whether or not you could spend that additional time that you are farming out those tasks actually working and bring in some income, and that's definitely important thing to make sure you've thought through before you start hiring cleaning service or paying someone to mow your lawn. That's right, man. And so now let's dive into how to actually calculate your hourly rate. It shouldn't be a surprise to most folks that it's pretty simple. But you just take the number of hours you work a week. And you multiply that by the number of weeks that you work. Do we need, like MC squared or anything like that in the formula, not at all man? Good. So, for example, let's say you work forty hours a week. And you can multiply that by let's say fifty weeks of the year, assuming you get a couple of weeks off around the holidays, maybe a week off in the summer that kind of thing, and that gives you two thousand hours a year that you work, and as an example, let's say that you make fifty thousand dollars a year. So you just take that and you divide that by the two thousand hours. That gives you twenty five dollars an hour seems pretty straightforward. But let's not forget to add that additional time that we talked about when you're trying to quantify your true hourly rate. You know, you're talking, maybe about fifty minutes getting ready in the morning, let's say a thirty minute commute. Each way to work, and then Joe, you mentioned time that you spend, in the evenings, doing more work, maybe that's just doing some emails, or even kind of getting back to a few texts or even taking a call. So that's basically an hour and a half. You're looking at seven and a half hours every week which honestly sounds kind of light on the scale of what most people most people are working more than that side of that regular forty hour day job. Yeah, exactly, I feel like a fairly conservative, but for a week though you're looking at forty seven and a half hours total so that same fifty thousand dollars salary. It's not paying twenty five dollars an hour anymore. It is now only paying twenty one dollars an hour. I mean that's almost a twenty percent pay-cut. Right. That may not seem a lot to you. But that's a lot of money. And so I don't know this isn't. Super difficult to do, but we want to encourage folks to actually do the math, maybe take note of the digital time that you put towards your work Jill ever since episode ninety where we had Laura on talking about valuing, your time, actually started logging, my time to see where is my time going, how much time in my spending on different things in my life. How much my spending on work, how much time in my spending on family, because it's sort of like we said, then it's sort of like tracking your spending, like you can't make improvements. And you can't make informed decisions until you know what you're actually spending, and that's true when it comes to your money, and with your time, so I would encourage folks, if not start logging your time to at least try to think through how much time I actually spending on my work because from there, you can start making some informed decisions as to whether or not your work is worth it, and what changes you can make their yes. So this actually, makes me think, two things as we go through the process of helping people see the formula with, which they can figure out their hourly rate. It makes me think that one people might be getting paid less than they thought they were my thing. I'm making a good salary or hourly rate strong factor in the seventy hours a week, right? Yeah. Especially when you take into account, the commute getting ready all these other things that go into work that we don't typically factor in well, their hourly rate is actually less than they thought it was. And I think the second thing that makes me think is, is that there are ways that we can, then improve our hourly rate, and that's not something that we're going to get into on this episode. I'll just mention briefly really quickly that a shorter commute or spending less on clothing associated with our work. Like these are things that we can actually directly bring down the costs that are related to our work, and therefore improve our hourly rate, that are all sorts of other ways to do this as well. Right. But I think for some people, it may be an eye opener that when they actually see their hourly rate, and they stared in the face that maybe it needs to lead to some change some change in the things that we actually tap on our own and the services that we hire out. And maybe how we commute to work. I don't know like all these different things that we can change based on. Seeing this exactly, you know, hopefully this episode is essentially a wake up call and will allow folks to examine the areas of life that we've talked about in this episode. I know sometimes just reframing an issue, just seeing the problem in a new light just being cognizant of what my hourly rate, actually, is, I think, if we do.

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"forty hours day" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

The Persistence Factor

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on The Persistence Factor

"I just wish there was a forty hour day. Absolutely more more hours in a day. That's one thing that a lot of these experts say when it comes to success is that you can't make more time, but you can always schedule activities dry and structure got obstruction and NS out. What you do you have a lot of structure when you do your videos for YouTube and stuff you do most days and stuff like that. Is that what you do not really that? That goes in have like set types of certain things that'll be kinda my like nine ten AM could be lateness, whatever or et cetera et cetera. It'll fit into their actually have got it. Now where I'm redoing actually talking while I'm training because I've been running out of time in the day. So I'm like, well, I'm training. I usually talk anywhere her talk with dude. And I trade in my basement. That's another thing time-saving. I don't drive to the gym put a frigging. Jimmy my basement. I don't leave my house. So I go to soccer save. That's that's forty five minutes of driving day back and forth. I mean, forty five total minutes not including getting their chain. Aging. So that's fantastic. But you know, I think cutting out the extra bullshit cutting out the waste of time Cutty out the Twitter, cutting out the personal Facebook. I don't do any of that shit. You know, I'll check it at a leave. I don't go on Facebook read someone's opinion of Trump V Hillary for the four thousand time and get triggered by lacuna deal. I was talking about boxing. He's a he's a great guy business owner. You know came here wasn't even born here. Just fucking great guy right through media in this country. So. We're just talking about that like do not live in Illinois. It doesn't matter. You know, Hillary was gonna win Illinois. No matter what I did that how much up just one guy. I don't need to get worked up about this shit. Like, I said before I don't give a shit who's presidents. I'll find a way also in America. Our constitution is written is such a it's really hard to change shit like office for what three nothing's fucked. Like, I look out the window. It's the fucking say. Nothing's changed. Jeopardy is worked go. My god. If you wins this can happen. None of that happened the girl. Good like don't trip Hillary with one woman. Same fucking way. Do we survived? Jimmy carter. And both bushes. And you're telling me that this one guy with bucket Ord skins come on. About that shit because I can't control it's out of my control. Yes. People major and minor things. Right. You just focus on being the best year. And that go to the polls vote minutes time and see how that shakes out. Don't get all ended by I love that be the best version of you. And in regards to Utah USA wanted a pioneer is back in the day. Right. What? When did you start that one thing about you is manual one persistent, dude where when it comes to your video content and the Belushi of you being CO two business owner grown when you start back in the day. I mean from where you are now back overdose and go what the hell oh my God. Come in a way, I realized that age really fucking back. Fucking kilrea. Even realize like I started citation in two thousand four and sold. It two thousand eleven without social media. So people Sam YouTube ramp success because at UT by mean, citations were tens of millions of dollars. Why sold it so that's that's not who made me. I started YouTube reluctantly with my partner head tiger fit is empty. Chad. Was like do you tubes on by Google you need to get on that? And I said did you too stupid? I don't wanna be on video..

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"forty hours day" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Believe the president could be a Russian asset. I think it's possible. I think that's why we started our investigation, and I'm really anxious to see where director Miller concludes that that's a heck of a statement from Andy McCabe yesterday here think it's possible. The president is a Russian agent anything's possible. If you wanna look at it that way, but. Rush Russian asset. What's the definition of an asset? What if his some people have posited? He he made a sweet deal with Somali guards when he really needed some money in the nineties, and they have that on them and say would be a shame. If story published perhaps you help with sanction and he said, we'll see about. Is CNN asset. I don't know. I don't know either. So couple of different things we need to get to I had to milkshakes last night. It's too many for a grown, man. Right. One night. Same flavor. No one chocolate peanut butter. I. Kamba you while you live your life. However, you want thank you Lord knows. My belief. I have wanted a milkshake every single day for the last twenty years every day in my life and have had I think one just because cereals insane even have one I was talking about with my wife, as I drove home to my second milkshake about how well we we were on a trip together once and I drank six milkshakes and one day on a road trip. Stopped at every place. I knew had a good milkshake. Well, my old stomping grounds and had six milkshakes. Out in which the L A times recently their food critic named in and out French fries. French fries in America getting a lot of blowback at the LA times. I had a milkshake the kids wanted mom's homemade milkshakes. So she'd made milkshakes when we got home. There was leftover all I'm gonna port down the seek. I'm gonna pour homemade peanut butter milk shake down the sink or put it in the fridge. No, no boy had to milk shakes. I eat tear milkshakes. Exactly, drink your milkshake. During fat to walk. That's beautiful. Kind of moved on from the school thing of lost the spirit. I'll let me just say this. They engage in giants secret deals, even as their spokesperson says we believe believe public dialogue is vital to the process of building news sites in offices. So we actively engage with community members and elected officials, even as they make extensive use of nondisclosure agreements. So they get giant some would say giveaway. Someone say tax incentives before anybody in the community knows who's being negotiated with. So just again, and I think Jack made the point beautifully so easy for left the rail against corporate vehemence when they're selling smokes. But if they're your beloved tech giants like Google and Google's the best that it because they have no public face to hate the logo. I don't even know who the guy who runs Google. Whose name I can never recall, they indian-american, whatever. And I guarantee this wasn't an accident. Everybody knows who runs Facebook. He's gone out of his way to make sure everybody knows who runs Facebook. Now. Everybody knows who runs tesla. Everybody knows who runs not as many. But a lot of people know run Twitter. I mean, a lot of these people they want to be Rockstars famous. Walk the streets and have people moments celebrities and get the best table the restaurant. Google is not done that. And Google's bigger than all of those. We just mentioned added together Google laughs at General Motors at at Ford Philip Morris. We don't have a face for Google our name somebody we can hate. Yeah. That's not an accident. And this story I thought was interesting in the New York Times yesterday. There are two thousand tenured faculty members in the nation's top fifty math departments the best math departments in the country, two thousand tenured faculty members twelve of them are black. Out of two thousand. Okay. And and so this guy who just quit. One of your top math department saying there's rampant racism in the word of world of mathematics. And academia, really, and how come nobody cares about it? Now, I don't know if he's right or not. But that's pretty interesting. If you have any other industry, whether it's Hollywood movies or or Google or whatever where you got those kind of ratios people make a big deal out of. But it's academia, academia, how did they what's going on there? There's no more infected cesspool of hypocrisy in America than academia makes me crazy. It reminds me of yucky when you found out that the Obama White House at almost exactly the same numbers as the rest of the country on how much women make per dollar compared to a man in a White House was exactly the same. Yeah. So whenever doesn't mean it's a good thing or any of those things that one can be explained, and I want to get attention. But the but come on academia. Yeah. You'd think there dean or their assistant dean Diener. They're under secretary dean or their assistant undersecretary dean of inclusion and good feelings and sweetness and light would have would have ruled on that as they're making their six figures salaries and further bloating, the cost of higher education in America to the good of no one marshalls going to mention at some point in his news. One of those kids in the maga- hats there in DC standing in front of the Indian with the drum is suing the Washington Post for a heck of a lot of money. Not one of the kids Jag the kid the the youth, Mr.. The Nicklaus Dan sand, man, Mr Sam, man, file me your suit who do very old musical joke. There. Yeah. Accusing them a practicing a modern day form of McCarthyism using its vast financial resources to enter the bully pulpit publishing a series of false and defamatory print and online articles to smear a young boy, and how much the fifty million dollars, which is what Jeff Bezos paid for the Washington Post or so evidently this kid is going to win by the post himself, and I don't know what it will publish, but it'll be fun to watch. So a New Zealand company tried before day work week for a year. And to see how it would work their productivity went up their profits. Went up their staff retention is improved stress levels are dropped out on how you measure the stress levels. I feel less stressed more stressed. I don't know how you measure those break even. And so people are looking at this another companies around America tried to two and if you ask any employee, they'll say, heck, yeah. I'll work four ten hour days instead of five eight hour days. Here's your here's your flyers. Here's the here's where the rubber meets the road. Here's Joe suck in the fun out of something. Because that's what I do the the productivity actually rises. They say employee morale improves everybody's gung ho that is a temporary effect. Do you have any experience dealing with human beings? You know, after a certain amount of time might be a month might be six months might be five years. People will accept the four day workweek as well. Of course, we have a four day workweek. That's what a work week there. Be no energizing based on that extra day. I can believe that productivity wouldn't increase because that doesn't really make sense that that would stay home, but your happiness and your willingness to stay there that would stay. He's not going to go away. Compared to go into another company that has a five day work week. I'm staying at the four even years later. Yeah. It could be that you'd hold onto twenty forty fifty sixty percent of that increase in productivity. I'm arguing significant piece of it would drop off eventually, but you might hold onto some. I mean, you you think you'd be below the level of productivity you have with the five day workweek. Oh, yeah. Oh, really? Yeah. Why wouldn't you just be the same? You just do it in four days. Jobs. People are going to default to how hard they want to work eventually when they're no longer jazz that it's just a four day workweek because that's what they've come to expect not. I mean, I don't know. I don't I it's hard for me to know because I've never had that kinda I haven't had that kind of job in forever. Uh-huh. I really really know people with those kind of jobs. Right. If you're mostly most of my life or people are hanging around and people get paid for results. So I don't know. Right. Yeah. Right and fair enough. But a good comparison might be that if your boss calls you and says, hey, we're giving you a race. You're doing a hell of a nice job. We appreciate it. Here's a race. You will kick for a while. Because you're new pay. It'll be motivating. It'll be exciting. You'll be happy about it. Two years down the line, not so much. It's just the status quo. But I still like the idea, and I think places ought to try it starting here. I'd be more likely to work at the place with a four day workweek if I had that opportunity. Yeah. No doubt about it. Talent that way about I instead of the classic five eight hour days you work for twelve and a quarter hour days. Same forty wait a minute that math doesn't work forty hours for two four ten hour days. I've said since I was a youngster I sign up for that. Right now right now if I work one forty hour day, and then took six days off. John Henry over there swinging your hammer. Forty hours productivity in one twenty four hour day. I'm really busting my hiney over here. Let's see do we have time for any reason why we're sticking with that. I mean who who does who came up with Monday through Friday, it was Monday through Saturday for longest time. Yummy at work Saturday. You only got Sunday off for the Sabbath. You know, your industrial revolution. Oh and door seven days a week. And they give you a couple of hours off in the morning to go to church, and then you had to show up and work for twelve hours. If you're a Charles Dickens, putting boots black or something on something or other. I can't remember something humiliating in toxic. My dad worked Saturday and half of my radio career, I worked Saturday. So yeah, we got a lot of people screaming to thirty. I work six days a week now. Right. You soft whatever center. It seems that the Ford Motor Company was the first to really kind of spearhead this back in nineteen fourteen. When it scaled back from a forty eight hour workweek believe working too, many hours with bad for that's interesting. So that was that was helpful for them. And then it just kinda got adopted with all kinds of different businesses, which it might not be the optimum way to do things could be a four day could be a six day on it depends on what you do. I mean, if you're a powerlifter doing it more isn't going to help peak performance, you figure out how much is exactly right. Yeah. It'd be it's actually surprising that more companies haven't done that. Call.

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"forty hours day" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Freakonomics

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"forty hours day" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on Freakonomics

"Seoul was good and what doesn't really good do you find it surprising that the ceo of one hundred seventy billion dollar company micromanage is her potato chips what about the ceo of an even bigger company one built on silicon chips i'm talking about microsoft ceo such an a dela these hard decisions around what do pick and focus on is something that i believe a see uniquely has to do that's not something that you can delegate and what if you the ceo of a social networking company with two billion global users how micro you think facebook ceo mark zuckerberg gets so when i was in ohio i sat down with a group of heroin addicts and you're one of the things that was really interesting is i'm in when you're going through recovery the first thing you have to do is detox course been after that the next thing you have to do is basically get new friends right an it turns out if you remain friends with anyone who we were using with before then you are very likely to end up back using heroin and endangering your life be honest with me what's the first thing that comes to mind when i say ceo for many people the image is a caricature either super villain for superhero at the very least you probably envision a luxe life with one hundred rounds of gulf a year i think said ceos work harder today than ever before that's jeff sonnenfeld from the yale school of management he spent more than thirty years scrutinising ceos these are people that are hanging out and golfing in runaround country clubs and sipping on their sheri's a late afternoon of these people that are working nonstop owed forty hour days eight days a week.

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"forty hours day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Okay but you can't know that he all right i know that he is okay very good so you know you have all the well forty hours day well this okay all right well this figure to happy place while massieu coin okay well this is an interesting man okay there couple of things that are interesting here first of all you do see the television keeps making prison chose right who and i would be interested as i always am in what were the dangers in prison what were the fearful situations that you saw yourself and and depending on how honest or open the interview subject is there are some sex questions there that tend to get uncomforably asked sometimes in our interviews if we're asking interviews about the prison situation thoughts hordes though it added his heartedly can tho i'd like to ask some of those questions i would like to interview jason foe comes off as honest fair point you they not wanting to hear i'll take the albadou not wanting to hear from somebody because they're dishonest this rich these does it all at up you view of all people but i'm always interested in what was the experience when i talk to michael vic about this and plaxico burress it's a very it's deeply lonely time and fear fulltime and i'm always curious about what that's like and that i interviewed j simpson's going to be a big one everybody's going to be trying to land once last time anybody heard from our jason hell ezra adam and did that entire documentary was never able to get the two oj simpson when's the last time anybody heard oj simpson say anything about anything.

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"forty hours day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"forty hours day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Okay but you can't know that he all right i know that he is okay very good so you know you have all the well forty hours day well this okay all right well listening to happy place while massieu coin okay well this is an interesting man okay there couple of things that are interesting here first of all you do see the television keeps making prison chose right who and i would be interested as i always am in what were the dangers in prison what were the fearful situations that you saw yourself and and depending on how honest or open the interview subject is there are some sex questions there that tend to get uncomforably asked sometimes in our interviews if we're asking interviews about the present situation thoughts hordes though it added his heartedly can tho i'd like to ask some of those questions i would like to interview jason oj comes off as honest fair point you they not wanting to hear i'll take the albadou not wanting to hear from somebody because they're dishonest this rich does it all at up you view of all people but i'm always interested in what was the experience when i talk to michael vic about this and plaxico burress it's a very it's a deeply lonely time and fearful time and i'm always curious about what that's like and that i interviewed j simpson's going to be a big one everybody's going to be trying to land at once last time anybody heard from o j simpson hell as our enemies did that entire documentary was never able to get patil oj simpson went the last time anybody heard oj simpson say anything about anything.

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