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"gallaher" Discussed on The Sale Ring
"No matter was. So that's true. Will you're you're living proof that the policy a lot of times won't restrict you from being in business. I'll tell you something interesting out of the Harris poll that I was reading on AIRBNB. and this is in relationship to the increase in amount of the amount of people that are bringing their pets with them on vacation or travel. It says pets are coming to. The number of amenities searched using allow pets that is in the they're looking for vacation properties that allow pets that filter on be jumped ninety percent compared to last year. So year over year, there was a ninety percent increase or growth in the amount of people that looked for vacation rentals that also included in the filter allows pets. So it is an increasing trend. It's a growing trend in the industry out. there. But yet, you just stated your case out there about how your what your policies are in how you're operating and you're doing fine which tells me there's a lot of people a lot of consumers out there. That are are still looking without pets I probably have one out of every ten inquiries. Asked me if they can bring their pets even though they have read it in my policy, say I try to? Talk about it's a small pedder can't travel without my pet. The probably one in every ten inquiries will ask me that and I just you know very nicely safe. Sorry. No. Yeah. Well, you know that's interesting because it doesn't state with the actual number of people. It just gave a percentage of growth year over year, which is ninety percent. But if there was an of course, this hypothetical one person last year. And this year they're soupy. That's one hundred percent growth is still may not be the majority of searchers on Airbnb Vr be oh, that are concerned about the pet policy. I'll tell you what will slip away here. Again, we need to hear from our sponsors real quick I want girls to be thinking when we come back I'm going to ask you on AIRBNB did a little survey of what the top five states. Geographical Trends for AIRBNB. What top five states are.
"gallaher" Discussed on The Sale Ring
"Week. Told your friends you get your information over. Show. So. When you talk about AIRBNB for the listeners out there that is a third party websites that owners can post their vacation properties up on, and then it's a booking agent essentially at it does all the management and the looking for the properties is that the only service that you use or have used any others? That is the only one that I'm using right now Sean Act. Ten. Gone to Vr be Oh if I want to vacation rental by owners and I could hook onto that one because they their calendar and airbnb calendar sync up that I've stayed. So busy with AIRBNB and I just haven't even done the VR. Part, yet if it's not. Don't fix. This broken fix it so. Me Again I have heard the R, B. Oh, I've heard of both of those. Be, Vr be oh I did not know what the R B O's actually stands for what is that again? By Tyson rental by owner. Makes Perfect. Since I was trying to figure that out one day was like the Harvey'll. Anyhow a little bit more yourself with me are be O- with IBM? Be What I love that Airbnb is that they take care of everything forty they handle like a deposit they handle a deposit through whoever wants to rent. They do more of a government checking I D and first name last name and where you're located before they will they will ever allow anybody. To Book and so forth. So that's what I really really lock about it and it keeps the running calendar for you. It gives you reminders of WHO's coming next I send you review links to do reviews for made to them and on the renter and in the Renner can also you know rate map property in me as a host so they do everything for you with AIRBNB. US. What I was about to ask is how hard it was kind of set that all up. It sounds like it's kind of a you subscribe to the service and they they pretty much run it from there and help you out quite a bit sounds like. Yes exactly, and they'll show you how long that person has being. Subscribed AIRBNB and how many reviews if they have and what their rating is just like flip flops around on the host is it really important to you as a host to have? People stay that you frequent flyers, I. Guess. You could call it. It really does it gets a little bit scary. You know if I see somebody that's newer to it. But when I see somebody that has like you know at least four or five six reviews and they've been with AIRBNB for a couple of years, it makes me feel a lot more comfortable but knock on wood I haven't had any disasters and. Don't. Yeah, we actually we have a note here. The you know some of the downsides of of the vacation rental is some states are currently putting in A. Bay answer limits on one night. Reynolds said to avoid just people coming in partying trashing outhouses basically. So that's kind of interesting because what the articles in relation to is Arizona pudding month or longer. Long bans on one night reynolds and what they're trying to defuse out there is apparently there's people that are renting these just for one night stay and inviting you know fifty seventy, five hundred people to come over having huge parties at these rental properties and they're trying to They're trying to defuse that by saying you have to at least rent for multiple nights to dissuade them to maybe go somewhere else. I'm good with that matter of fact, I have a two night minimum that you have to stay because you know I do a lot of the cleaning, my husband and I do a lot of the cleaning ourselves because we are close to our rentals. But when you start having a higher or even charge on top of what your rental already is by the time that you have your nightly rental income, you're not only Reynaud and then. AIRBNB is going to charge the person renting it. They really don't charge me that much but they'll charge the person renting and you put a claiming fee on top of that I. Mean you're going to be pricing yourself out. So if you do it to not rental, re only have to claim once or pay somebody to clean if that's how you do it that's the best way to make money is to set it at a t night minute. Cool. So you're trouble with that had trouble. So you're learning kind of as you grow in this business and you know as you challenges up here, you're figuring out how to navigate those and is it is pretty complicated Angie if somebody like myself or train wanted to, you know an and had the means to buy a vacation property and put that on a Vr B O or AIRBNB. Is it a tough process to manage as long as the numbers work? Or is that something that is you think is a good investment people should look at. Well I think it's a good investment and on some you know waterfront properties whether it'd be on a lake or whether it be on a river and is I'm showing the to potential sellers looking to buy real estate because a lot of them are out of state or they're out of towners where there two three, four hours away and they can't stay on their property on the water very often like once maybe twice a month I suggested him hey you know if you wanna make money on this piece of property while you're owning as you can't come every weekend, you know one thing to consider is to rented out to airbnb yeah. Definitely is that basically what? I think back to. Back, in the day, we used to go to Branson all the time and They'd always every turn we made. They'd be like, oh come get this timeshare option and all these things and I feel like this is a great alternative to that I mean essentially because you're opening it up not just to a group of people that are members of your timeshare or whatnot, but just to everybody so everybody can have access to Well, and how it differs from timeshare is that this is intangible assets you know timeshare you're just basically paying to stay there..
Negative Mount Pleasant
"So there's this tiny town in Wisconsin called Mount pleasant populations just twenty, six, thousand people, village and life in Mount. Pleasant is usually is quiet as you'd expect. Their suburb of Racine, home of malted milk and the sight of some of America's largest cabbage farms. But that's the city now presents the suburb place were nothing really happens. Until last year when the village became the site of a completely unprecedented massive international experiment. Truth. Even Mundane. It's going to tell the story this fall. I went to pleasant to meet this woman named Kelly Gallaher. Hi. Halley. commanded she lives in his ivy-covered split. Level House my home is located about. A little bit over a mile from from Lake Michigan so. Did she say? It's really beautiful out here by receiving. It's like a very light blue almost like a Caribbean vibe. It's it's all about the light I think it's magical. I think. I even like how the lake looks on my gps. Like it that much Kelly has been here for thirty years and she used to be an arts educator. But now she's basically retired. When did you start getting involved in kind of more? I don't I don't know what to call it activism or just Kinda village. What would you call it well? What if there is a name? I think other people have a lot of names for for what I do but. Ones I I probably wouldn't care to repeat the polite name that Kelly's detractors might use for her is busy body. She's an extremely vocal participant and the town's local democracy and her main stage is this place called village. Okay. The hours upon us I would. Like to open the village board meeting, Order Religions. Village Hall which sits right next to the local white is where the residents of mount pleasant all gather twice a month with their village government to talk about all the local issues that need fixing through weeds this high in the yard of one of the vacation homes this. Hi. It's been vacant for I. Don't know how many years gale for years. It's been vacant. We're going to have some recommendations and numbers for the Lake Park Fluffy Rosen, which is very Army number one on our agenda, our softball game we had this last Sunday for the case athletics. That went over very well to I didn't get any reports of injuries so we're good. Pictures in the paper though in Racine County the mount. Pleasant. Village Hall meetings are famous very well attended. They actually taped the meetings and upload them to the website, and if you're like me and have watched every single wine, you will look forward to the moment when Kelly good evening my name is Kelly Gallaher. Her Red Hair Hoop earrings steps up to the Mike Lees Captain Brian. Smith. Collected thirty three, thousand, seven, hundred and fourteen dollars an overtime pay in addition to his salary vacation. Her tally is basically the local civics watchdog. A joint parks has had no minutes published since April two, thousand, fourteen almost every week she uses her allotted three minutes to make it very clear to the people in power that she has her eye on them is outrageous by mount pleasant standards. Hauled corruption and we intend to get to the bottom of it. Thank you. Thank you for weekly Sunshine and good share. That man who sounds very exasperated that is Dave degroot village president. He is sitting behind this big long table in this large office chair at the center of the screen, and he's flanked on both sides by his six village trustees. Dave. Runs this meeting David Kelly. Like each other they disagree on pretty much. Every single thing to do with the future of Mount Pleasant. Kelly has a sign on her front lawn that says David degroot must resign and David grew lives ten doors down from her. It's an intense block and Kelly told me that it got especially bad about a year ago when she was helping Dave's opponent in the village election. The previous March when he was running for office, he sent out a press release a basically accusing me of egging his house. Egging his house Yes yes. He filed a police report and suggested in his press release that I had been involved in the attack the political at an actual literal egg attack on his home, which the police report did not verify at all. In fact, it was the the described it as as teenagers and a single egg that was tossed on his driveway was hardly an attack I was not there. I only buy organic eggs which are far too expensive to throw it. Anyone's house let alone someone I don't like it was it was ridiculous. So it's fair to say that my relationship with with him was contentious I think he's a fool and a terrible per village president.
"gallaher" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Five six to seven eight nine that's eight seven seven four five six crews and please, tell them John McCullough sent you. What we think is beneath all of the trauma. There's also some sort of processing hardship. And when you look at that, if there was a child with special needs in a healthy home, the way that they're able to gain support in resources is incredible. There's so much available to them. Here's Jesse Gallaher on focus on the family minute sharing how helping her adopted son worked through his trauma made a huge impact. But when you take a child, who's already struggling with something, and compounded with trauma, that kids going to have an uphill road to work through and this child, we have worked through so many things with him where he still works through things. But we now have a relationship where he receives the help and working through things. He has relationships with teachers and he has friends at school. And so many things that were never there before we still have a long ways to go. But this kid who was so burdened by his trauma is now funny and witty more from Jesse at family minute dot org. So today in a hearing on Capitol Hill today, one of the most outspoken anti Semites, amongst the freshman clause told twice the secretary of the treasury Mnuchin you need to get a lawyer. Well, you know, casually as in way coming off to you and your.
"gallaher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"It does appear that tool five lives at Jack Gallaher while under contract the W e is going to be fighting for Bella tour. He is either. Leave a Brown belt right now he trains, with Steph Petrocelli down in Florida, gotta give a big fake. You filthy Tom for Sistan, this massive scoop, the two of us the best team in professional wrestling. Angie's important source it for you or did you guys do this together? Don't worry about it, Mike. But the point of this is Jack Gallaher. It's unsigned, but it does appear that he'll be fighting for Bella tour, and second, wait a second note will be jet Gallaher or will it be Oliver, Westfield classy may could be either who knows? That's a big big distinction for millions working for WBZ's. I can probably use the jet Gallaher name unlikes, interesting, unlike other. So that's the story will find out let you know, if it gets signed, but in the update yesterday, they just wrote there, some interest on the ballot or side, ws, Jack L her. No deal has been reached. But there is talk, I was told his further along than talk he was there, the bell tower show this past weekend, and I can confirm that he. I was sitting with filthy, Tom, and Seth Petrocelli, and fifty cent, walked by and shook hands with Seth Petrocelli and filthy, Tom, but he did not shake hands with Jack Keller, which was the ass nub that cannot be forgiven. Maybe maybe Jag Allers is down with with Lord from all or something like that. I don't know. But anyway. The phones you on the air. What's up too long? Yes. Right. E match that was pretty awesome. That wasn't the part match. His point him. And Tim Horner at the Boston Gordon, I think people, right? Ryan, listen to me. Okay, if you said teddy Bianchi, or I don't even know who lighten. It was a decent hail. Get out of here, Tim Horner. You've dude, you didn't watch him. I mean, he was I didn't watch him. He was uncertain insufferably boring every match that I saw well, maybe a really good boring match with Tom MaGee could probably buy that it could technical management on not titan. Well, let me more Ryan, maybe too vividly, what was he, he was playing the ill and him or was playing the baby face that were well for each of them a question for you today is he think any more matches will come out the palm you feel like Tom MaGee, beating Magnus, Moraga that nineteen eighty seven or that famous rematch on Mckee have with it, because we wanna see more of Tom MaGee, thinking, straight, tiller psych importer heated managing because I think that I really made him really good wrestler. I've loved the c Don Morocco Totski match Morocco's in Morocco. Mode. Maybe I can maybe can get a hold of same Robertson. See if he's got any of those tapes, Steve apologize him to him for. I don't even know what Dave said. I don't think Dave actually even said he was a fake tape trade. He just dismissed him out of hand as he said, it seemed like he was scripted. Well, it did that doesn't mean it was, I mean, there's a lot of lot of stuff on me. It seems like he was arrested the easy, counselor. You'll have to like back him up. It's all good. He followed. It's everything's fine. They're cool. Now. I'm just saying. I listen, the internet's bothering me lately. Like dude people I saw in, in tweets on the internet. Fake tweets about Rick flair was dead yesterday or brain dead..
"gallaher" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"Way is my website. So if you go to Gallaher edge dot com. I do have a free gift. It's a guide that people can download. So I highly recommend that. Or if you're intrigued by some of this stuff, I also have a membership site. So some of the content that we put out in video form is only for our members, and we can get to the membership site from Gallaher edge dot com. Is that right? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. That's what I thought Gallaher edge dot com. G A L L A H E R Gallaher edge dot com. So go there check it out because you have so much to offer new done so much to to help our world be a better place. Thank you for being on the show. Thank you. You do wonderful things for the world as well. I appreciate you. Thank you so much by now. Thanks so much for joining us today on mindfulness mode for show notes for every episode checkout mindfulness mode dot com and type the guest's name or the episode number into the search bar. You can also go mindfulness mode dot com slash whatever episode number. You like if you've enjoyed this podcast, you could help us out by subscribing to mindfulness mode. Wherever you listen, whether it's on I tunes or Stitcher Google play Spotify, so many places you can hear mindfulness mode, so hit subscribe and share because that truly helps our show. Remember what I mentioned at the top of the show the release your overwhelm guided meditation for four ninety nine abandoned, your inner blocks, surrender your stress and become more focused with a calming sound of the waves and. Reminders about how you can release your blocks that are holding you back. Download this full length thirty minute guided meditation at mindfulness mode dot com slash release. So remember subscribing and sharing helps keep mindfulness mode on the air till next time mindful tribe us what we've learned today to reach new heights of calm, focus and happiness, stay in the mode..
"gallaher" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"But I want to hang onto that same feeling that I've had when I've been, you know, a younger woman going, wait. I don't understand. Why wouldn't we give gay people the right to Mary like I want to hang onto that? Because I think that change is constant Moreau is going to be faced with things that we don't always immediately understand. Definitely. Yeah. We always will do you meditate? And if you do tell us about your meditation practice, so it's funny because I call it a sitting practice, and I think depending on who I speak to those AO. Yeah. That's manatee. Nation or no that something else. What I do. And it's not every day. But it's most days, and I really like my days when I do this is I just I just sit. So what that means for me is all usually set a timer for ten to fifteen minutes. And I don't really have any rules for myself, except that I just I can't I can't really do anything. Usually I'm sitting and I'm looking outside. So my eyes are open, which you know, for a lot of people they go. Okay. Then you're not meditating is. Okay. Maybe maybe not I wouldn't say that. But so for me, it's just I- I- battle against my tendency to be gogo. You know, I always feel like my to do list is way too long. And I have this almost artificial sense of urgency all the time. So I started doing this about a you're a half ago, and I just sit and there's there's no rules. I just sit. I don't try to control my thoughts. I don't try. I to clear my mind. I I literally don't try to be any kind of way, which is actually a life goal for me. I don't want to try to be any kind of way ever. I was just one of the and so that was my first sort of stuff into that practice. I'm just gonna sit. I don't have to do anything. I'll have to not do anything. If I watch a squirrel and the branches cool if people walk their dog on the sidewalk, and I look at that cool. If I look at the clouds and try to see what I see cool, but I just sit I don't read I'm not actively planning. I'm just sitting there what time of day, usually, it's first thing. Yeah. That's my preference. What prompted you to start Gallaher edge. Well. You know it. I wish I had a better story. It really kind of started as a small idea because I really really loved my career at NASA. And when I became a certified coach, I had heard of a lot of other people that would do executive coaching on the side. And I thought that sounded really fun and really interesting, and I was curious to see what it was like to work in the private industry. So I started the company and I saw it out coaching clients in the tech industry. But the first person that was really interested turns out he wanted more than coaching his company had just gone through some some layoffs. They were growing company, and you know, they were working towards acquisition. They wanted to make that happen. And so I came in and I started doing full on or developed development. You know, all the types of things that I was doing inside NASA Kennedy Space Center, and it was just on the side at first because I I didn't have the intention to leave the agency. But actually within about ten months, I had enough traction with the work that I was doing on the side that I decided to give it a go and pursue at full-time and twenty fourteen. So it really started started off as just this. I love what I do. I definitely like feeling like I'm in control of the work that I do, and I'm kind of laughing at myself because I definitely think that I'm in less control in general than I want to believe I am a good practice and did lessons from the universe. But you at a certain point with a NASA started to feel like I had less control and realized that with my own business. I felt at least like I had more. And so it started to become the more attractive option..
"gallaher" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"But there are things that we can do about it. There are things that we can choose to do to be more self accepting and be less defensive and create that more open authentic communication channel. So that more and more people are willing to be open. Well today, we are experiencing a lot of interesting challenges with male female masculine feminine traits. And how do you deal with that? How do you? How do you help people who are are struggling with this? This whole me to kind of. That's only a small part of it. But what do you do to help people with this? There's a possibility that I I don't actually give gender enough weight in my work. I will say that the majority of the clients that I've worked with have been male, certainly not all, but you know, NASA is I think seventy percent male, and then on top of that I was working mostly with the engineering and technology directorates. So even more male, you know, pushing eighty ninety percent an even then a lot of the female employees, and those organizations were not holding engineering and technical positions. There were definitely some. And I believe that we're continuing to make a positive shifts to have things be a bit more balanced. But when I started my own business, I was again, working in the technology sector. That's where I started with my niche, and so I've worked with so many men that I almost forget about some of the stereotypes around, you know, male female, and how we show up, but I have had experiences. I there's one exercise that I do around open. Innis, and I brought that to a group of all women. So it was he was a leadership program, and it was all went in. And I I really did marvel actually at how this group of women jumped into the exercise and got vulnerable much faster, and I was even used to. But here's the thing the work of the human element the exercises in the experiences. And I'd like to think there's something about the way that I bring the work into teams as well. When I say faster, I'm talking about the difference between two minutes into the exercise and seven minutes into the exercise. So again from my experience when people go through this work, and they have a chance to just experience themselves differently and experience a differently. It isn't I feel like sort of levels out. I think we just all become human again. And the other thing that I do, and I definitely started doing. This. When I was at NASA is I really just try to appeal to the logical and scientific minds because you know, bers this stuff is Evelyn canary in nature. You know, we are we are tribal creatures. We are hardwired for human connection, and we have evolved to be fearful. So you put all these things together. And I'm like, look, the this is just the way we are. You're not week because your fear based your human. So congrats your human cool can well accept this and move forward. Okay. Great. And so I feel like, you know, even some of the more macho men can more or less get on board with that. And they're like, yeah. Okay. That makes sense. No. So the pause and stop rambling there and see what you have. Yeah. Well, I think that I think it's very complex and it varies where you go..
"gallaher" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"I just know it I have Dr Laura Gallaher here today. Dr Gallaher are you in mindfulness mode today. I am incredibly mindful at the moment. Yes. Thank you. That's awesome. It's great to have you on on the show today. Dr Gallaher is an organizational psychologist, she's a speaker facilitator and an executive coach she's the founder and CEO of Gallaher edge, which she started in twenty thirteen her career began at a very remarkable time. It was after the space shuttle Columbia exploded upon reentry back in two thousand three an any of us who were teenagers or adults at that time of certainly remember that event it killed everyone aboard and following this tragedy. Nasa hired Laura and a team of organizational psychologists to change the cultural influences that were deemed to play a role in the accident. She worked for eight years to positively influence culture developed leadership capacity and improve organizational. Performance at Kennedy Space Center, she holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and a masters and PHD in argon is ational psychology. And she's also a licensed human element practitioner. So you might be familiar with that and a certified radical collaboration trainer in a certified coach. So Dr Laura wow. Your God, you you've done so many amazing things. But it it's going to be great to talk with you. What does mindfulness mean to you? Let's start there. Mindfulness to me. I think the word I use to depict mindfulness is feeling alive, actually. And so what that means to me is that every part of me, and my being is focused only on what I'm doing in that moment. So that that adage, and I can't recall where it comes from. Maybe you know, but wherever you are be there. Yes. To just be fully encompassed in whatever it is that I'm doing now is what mindfulness means to me. Well, when you started working at the Kennedy Space Center, what did you find what kind of what kind of attitudes? Did you find that? The people were living with who worked there at that time. I definitely experienced people that were open to change. You know, I think. It's so difficult to know that when you're working with an organization like NASA, there are legitimate life and death consequences for the way things go down. But, you know, the tragic upside of that is that people are really paying attention at that point. So when I came on board, and and actually start working with them until two thousand six so they had already gone through a year and a half or two year initiative to really get clear about what types of leadership behaviors were happening at the space on her that we're contributing to this tendency for people to withhold their opinions and only disagreed to a point. And so they definitely had I think a higher level of awareness and a lot of organizations to and I mean talk about a compelling why in so I think that people were very open to it now at the same time because a couple years had passed by the time, I came on board. I think that for. Some people they kind of slipped back into the classic resistance to change. So when I started there, so one of the things that they realized is that organizational design has a really really big impact on the way humans behave and the engineering function was buried inside the programs, and they were making a lot of decisions based on schedule and budget and not necessarily based on technically what had the most merit. So they pulled all of the engineering function out of those programs, and that was a huge change. And that was my first project was to help manage the change associated with pulling people out of these programs. So somebody who used to say, I'm a shuttle engineer was now supposed to just say, I'm an avionics engineer who works with the shuttle program. And so even though people for the most part were open to change and understood that there is a need for it. They still struggled with the very human components of identity. Eighty feeling like they were losing some of that some people had spent their entire careers identifying as shuttle engineer, right, right? And now you're asking them to step away from that. And of course, we had two reasons for that one was to change the design of the organization, and the other reason was that we knew that the shuttle program was retiring, and so we wanted those engineers to have a sense of..
"gallaher" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"With me, your host in mind from this life coach Bruce Lankford, well mindful tribe. I just finished a tea drinking tea in honor of my dad, and he used to like it with you put hot water in the company just started dip the tea bag in for a second and take it out. And I always thought, oh, it's hard even worth putting a tea bag in because man, that's not much t- flavoring. But you know, since he died I've been doing that a few times just kind of remembering him and how he did things. And I think it kind of is sort of therapeutic to just kind of honor him and think about how he did things. And why so and so that's been on my mind a lot as I mentioned on my last episode. And so on my last episode, I also. Oh said, hey, send me something about your dad, if you would take a minute and just share a little bit about your father and send it to me Bruce at mindfulness mode dot com. And you know, what I did I got some feedback. Thank you so much mindful tribe for sending me that feedback. And I got to emails particularly with wonderful ladders about your father's and telling me all about your life. And I've sent out mindfulness mod t shirts to both of you. You know, who you are? I'll be sending I'll be sharing a little bit more about about what you said next time. And sadly, I was just at another funeral one for my friend, and he's actually the brother of our friend here in Ontario, and he lived in Newfoundland. And when we went to Newfoundland in in August of twenty seventeen we spent time with car. Will. And he just made that trip amazing because he was so upbeat. He was so fun. He was so passionate and excited about life and telling us all about a little boat that he was working on and restoring and he was telling us how in need loved the winter. He just loved the winter because he would go out with his wife into the woods, and they had kind of a cabin back there and do be three feet of snow, and they'd go there and they'd snuggle up for the weekends. You told us about that. And then he told us about how he would he would plow the road on. I think it was goose cove road. If I'm not mistaken, something like that. And he was so excited to be the guy to clear that road and keep it passable for all the the people that live nearby, and how people would come out and wave to him and say come on in come on into the kitchen and have. Have a coffee have have a piece of pie. He he was just like the greatest guy, and sadly, he's passed away at the young age of fifty three years old. All man. So sad Carl Rumbold while you know, it just while we went to the funeral and it was streamed here on -tario, and it was wonderful being part of it. I was very grateful to be part of that to be present. While he was being honored. And I also wanted to mention something else as you know, at the top of my show. I always mention that. I I'm a mindfulness coach a life coach. And I don't usually mention many details about that. But I have an opening for another client. And maybe you have always felt Teesside love to bring a little bit more mindfulness into my life. I'd love to be more connected. I love to read my life of some of the exile and stress that I have and this is how you can do it connect with me. We can have a a chat a free chat. Just send me an Email Bruce at mindfulness mode dot com, and we'll jump on a call. And we'll talk about the details. We'll talk about what what I can do to help you out. And this could be definitely a win win. So yeah, send me a message. But first now's the time to sit back relax and enjoy today's episode with my guest who has a fascinating story, which includes NASA. Well, mindful tribe. Another fantastic gas. This is going to be such a terrific interview..
"gallaher" Discussed on High and Mighty
"If you see lights, if you're driving green. On a game where I see how far I can get from like Gallaher west without hitting a red light, greens, the whole way you were just. Yes. Fucking crazy. Yeah. Yeah. And cars are so dangerous. Oh dangerous. The amount of people I know who live in Los Angeles who live in. A half hour to forty five minutes away from some of the most gorgeous west coast beaches that exist who will not go in the water because of sharks, but we'll drive. Yeah, all over fucking the hills. The like getting lives with people. They don't know like I do all that stuff, but that is taking and say, every time you get on there and wrote here, I get scared on planes so much less dangerous. Weird logic thing where it's like, I'm I'm safe in my car, but you can get killed by somebody else's car. Yes, but it's just they're ubiquitous. It's just like the cata. It's the craziest thing that we do. Dahm has gums. Turkis a stand up in great stand up again, this ten thousand pound death Racine and we just all right. And if you generations be like, well, surely there were some some other like a robot controlling it or something driving yourself. It's like we did implicit that. Yeah. And future generations being like, oh, and people like people didn't die from no people that died the time. So you didn't. And that especially kids kills more kids that everything else. That's the only thing. Talking about cars, these autonomous cars that everyone is up in arms about like that. I'll hear like close personal friends of mine that I think are smart on trust. No, fuck in automatic car. I'm like what I'm like. Yeah, of course. Not at first, but like I would trust ten automated cars around me on the one on one rather than ten fucking people Rippin balls or doing their lashes or whatever. But just even self driving cars are still cars. They're still cars, and it's still a human in like ten thousand pound metal rage that takes up a ton of space. It's just not sustainable for the desire for the way cities, unless I'm picturing my head like Wally cars like you get in like a PA, the newspaper, and it just drives you more like human size, maneuver dot org. Eight people get on one author car that goes from somewhere. I could see like little buses like that more calm. Also. Like that's just like, we can't even get people bosses. We can't even get people on buses which we have in l. a. which we have these cities kind of grid the main basin. And so it's not hard to get. Yeah, you take one east west bus and maybe one north south bus, but it is built. It's very inconveniently the way it set up. So if I had missed the bus I took here, I would have had to wait forty five minutes. The bus goes on Melrose. The ten. The big, yeah. Yeah, which is like a huge corridor, but I was like running to the knowing like, I'm, I'm just fucked if I, if I don't. Yeah, that's what everyone thinks when they think of like, oh, I got to public transit. Yeah. But if New York City is like a great example of or like a lot of European cities are to where it's like, you're like, oh my God, the public transit. That's fucking crazy. I would if I miss a train and then it's like, once you miss a train, you like this is no different than a flat tire or not being able to find a parking spot like, yeah. It's all the same shit that we care about him. I think people like traffic better because they they're at least stuck by themselves, which is like a weird right hole. In New York, just people have gotten used to it more. They read, you can look at your phone, don't you love looking at your the thing that makes cars so dangerous that we also have phones and. Yeah, but it is on like MTA. New York has gotten so fucked up because the state has abandoned it. So it is on the city and the state to keep these guys healthy faster than cars. Quick downfall. Yes. And that's where it comes down to homeowners and people that drive are so much louder have a much louder voice protecting their interests than the people who are just kind of bigly like, yeah, I would would.
"gallaher" Discussed on Discovery
"We can predict all that then we have to test what the bugs are doing metabolites new producing and we will learn from that you're with filed with with rebound when we fix it have stable community we'd go into humans ultimately so i think we could probably do that with aging and a number of other disease where the microphones gone awry i think this is a very different way of viewing mets and it's one that i notice that when not solely human but upon ship between human and microbe it recognizes some of us off trapped in relationships that are no longer fruitful and now at every stage of our lives researches ah trying to find ways of improving that relationship but as graham rook reminds us this is still emerging science we know absolutely that the organization they got a having a profound effect on every aspect of l physiology but we don't quite know enough detail yet to know how to manipulate the system for the best we seem to be able to do the moment is to say well get out and then that truly environment eat a very very very diet which helps you to have a very varied micro bioter and what is quite clear now is that we are not individuals we are infant ecosystems and what's more each individual's ecosystem overlaps with and exchanges microorganisms with the environmental ecosystem with ecosystems of other humans it is a completed new way of thinking about humans in the next addition of discovery will challenge even the idea that i thought some feelings are entirely our own then maybe moved to the phrase gut feeling the need ever realized james gallaher on the producer was adrian washable.
"gallaher" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And welcome to discovery from the bbc world service i'm james gallaher hodge aims i've got your results here you king to know them i'm nervous but also came let's make it clear that you don't know anything about my life apart from the readouts of mike fecal sample readout of your fico saw plan your radio voice that's right so the first thing is that you're not exactly average but you're not way off the chart either in a good way or a bad way we'll come to that in professor tim specs his hands is a list of the microbes that cool my body home i recently sent a fecal sample to his british group projects but it was not interrogated with a microscope instead with powerful tools to identify bacteria by genetic code that is then sequenced for one particular gene and this is a gene called the sixteen s j every microbes gotten it's all a bit different we look across the several thousand microbes you've got see they have a different variation that gene and put them into categories the techniques is opening a window onto the hidden world of the trillions of microbial residents living in and on all of us collectively then known as microbiome although a few minutes into the results i'm starting to wish they'd stayed hidden you got less firm accuse than most people and that generally the ones that have your beneficial microbes in it suggesting that you you've got less general diversity in the average person and that's germany a bad thing is not a good thing generally the lace diverse you have the less healthy or god i'm not gonna lie that was a bit of a blow but even my belowpar microbes contain incredible richness no just in the number of species but also genetically understanding how these tiny creatures extend their influence throughout our body is one of the most exciting fields and signs it's even fundamentally changing what it means to be human we don't have just one genome the genes of our micro pam present such a second genome a set of genes and gene products which augment the actively of our own human genome so what makes us human is in my opinion the combination of our own dna plus the dna of our gut microbes with finding ways these tiny creatures.
Kerala health officials warn of Nipah virus outbreak
"People who have felt that this is kind of their place their sanctuary to unload a lot of their intimate feelings gentlemen who wanted to go through a sex change confided that in me prior to even mention it to his family and so is individuals can trust us that it's not going to go any further than the chair and if you have trouble getting to sleep at night how about making a todo list just before you go to bed the bbc's health and science correspondent james gallaher is back again today welcome what you have for us today a really interesting study that could be real breakthrough treatments have brain cancer and also what the french are doing about smoking it could have lessons for the rest of the world great we're beginning today with the outbreak of nipah virus in the indian state of kerala they've been one hundred sixteen suspected cases with fifteen confirmed and at least thirteen of these people have died i identified in malaysia in one thousand nine hundred nine an outbreak which killed over one hundred and resulted in the culling of more than a million pigs who along with bats and other animals can spread the disease to humans there are some parallels between this virus and bola nipper is one of the eight named by the world health organization as a priority disease that could cause a global epidemic so how concerned should people be about this outbreak in character i asked martin hibbert professor of emerging infectious diseases at the london school of hygiene and tropical medicine how the disease affects people the symptoms start off very mild so you can have through type symptoms but in fact through disease can rapidly move onto a brain infection so careful lighters which can be very severe and often have very severe outcomes how often is it fatal so in the early days we were talking about thirty or forty percents that's early days that's in the early ninety s and that was when he was in malaysia singapore but more recently in india in bangladesh it's been up to eighty or ninety one hundred percent fatal so it's very serious what about this current outbreak in caroline how serious is not all the outbreaks come turn out to be extremely serious we're not quite sure how serious his all very few people in carolina.
"gallaher" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"At least two men have been bitten you'll see of the rest of ever bitten by done intel on that lettuce now fetters are as follows zack gibson joe coffee jack gallaher dave massive who's eight big fella he's he's a big kenny williams l ligo joseph connors and amir jordan we feel that we've seen a little bit of joseph i think he was in the regional tournament e f think anyone was to a wanna say he was i'd have to go back and watch it but yes i eight competitors announced four pete dunne's title in the tournament one of those matches go is going to take place on tv coming soon and they're going to be a few that take place at the annex t uk download festival in the beginning of june which i'm fine with and then they're gonna do the twoday tournament to two day event i think the network yeah i think they're doing it live this year they have said anything about it but it's live we'll say anyway the next eight will be announced tomorrow i leave believe so we'll we'll have them there there you go let's go ahead and do the blame brent's breaking backscratching so snapping if this week's injury rounder so gil kim had have her pendik sal hashtag blame brent would feel better gail what's weird about that one she saw she thought she had food poisoning not food poisoning different food poisoning yeah thing they called it good thing they caught it yeah up next riddick moss at torn achilles hashtag blame brent way to take out the entire team there brent i you got tito and now he got riddick dams on like i get that you know you were trying to do a favor but that's not a favor that was not nice and last but certainly not least it's really isn't blame brand this is a follow up to blame brent in that shame mcmahon he had successful hernia surgery today the play the foaming for that i don't think you do either but used to pausing so get better soon shane the point i need anemic points person so come back to and wilson's we're doing the blame brands let's go ahead and do the blame lindsay's we have no idea when this happened but austin aries and selena.
Gallagher suspended for breaking NASCAR's substance abuse policy
"Now according to the story from the washington post and another fox sports interview we have no idea if his victory party truly approached nineteen ninety nine levels and gallaher said he really just signed a bunch of autographs then went home to play mario until three in the morning but we do know this wednesday nascar announced that it had suspended gallagher indefinitely for violating section nineteen of the substance abuse policy based on a drug test administered on tuesday which he responds by saying i recently have had a positive result in a nascar drug screening which has violated nascar's substance abuse policy i want to assure everyone in the nascar community this one time ever in judgment will never happen again i'm taking the steps to enroll in the road to recovery program which is supported by nascar i'd like to say i'm sorry to all of the gm m organization for my actions especially my team and team owner who have worked so hard this year and put faith in me i want to apologize to nascar chevrolet in my fans for letting them down i have not upheld the behavior that's expected of me i promise here and now i will do whatever it takes to make this right now the team president mike beam said gm is fully supports nascar's policy on substance abuse we do not condone this type of behavior first and foremost our entire organization wants to apologize to nascar our sponsors are teammates a substitute driver will be announced at a later date let's see his insistence that he signed autographs until late in the evening appears to be true because early sunday morning a photo went up on his twitter feed some say he has three years some say he won talladega and went into the infield to sign autographs all we know is he called spencer and he's probably still out there now according to the espn story nascar tests select drivers and crew members and officials on any given week at a racetrack the samples are taken to a laboratory for examination this year according to espn a number of crew members of have been suspended for violating the drug policy opinions about the drug testing vary amongst the nascar drivers although most agree it's a good thing for obvious reasons so no specification on what it may have.
"gallaher" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of those at all the examples of temptation bundling in these cases there's a positive reward attached to of behavior it's hard to commit to you could of course also attach a punishment instead of reward that's what rory gallagher decided to do with his exercise commitment and he picked the worst possible punishment he could imagine i said that if i didn't follow through on that commitment if i didn't meet that goal that i would where the shirts of the enemy team arsenal to the office who happened to support the time you're spurs supporter i understand i am the strect and so you he arsenal with every fiber in your body i wouldn't go that far but necessarily know closest friends you think the punishment of possibly wearing the arsenal jersey was what actually was most successful in urging you to follow through on your commitment actually think it was a combination of things i i was actually being very specific about what my go wall said before that it was to get fair or go to the gym and didn't have a specific gone and in this case this was to go twice a week for three months i then made it very public an accountable so rather than just thinking that in my head it was up in the middle of the office for everyone to see and each week i had to take off which days i'd been to the gym so it was a public accountability element to it and then finally that was that punishment waiting for me at the end which couldn't bear to face and how often did you then go to the gym during those three months i did manage to stick to that in fact often more than twice so gallaher never had to put on that arsenal jersey which as the spurs supporter was its own reward but he says it is important to note that.
"gallaher" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To know whether you step type of that rule the proline that i said myself was no drinking during the week at home it would be really obvious to me if i then steps over that role and it resulted in me she almost completely kind now alcohol from my we can retain a time and that was a positive effect for you yes yeah it was that she i estimate five drunk about eighty few of us the one that rose prohibit more now after the goal and the plan come step three making a commitment let's say for instance you've made a commitment to exercise rory her before he moved to australia had set a goal of keeping fit he made a plan by joining a gem near his home in london but you must never went to the gym was off working late in the office of the time a commuted back i was too tired to go to the tune in this case at all that this the simple fix hair will be simply to move that jim rather than being where i live to being at work and actually found that didn't quite have the effects that i hope to have because it was run on the doorstep of my work crew was put it off for the next day then gallaher had an idea he commandeered the whiteboard in the nudge units office and a rate of very clearly what are the team to see that i would go to the gym twice a week for the next three months kuala a commitment made in public which increased the stakes he didn't want his colleagues to see him fail but there was another component commitment referee so unwilling to keep you ontask gallaher says that significant others are terrible referees when you don't feel like following through though conspire with you to let you off the hook instead he turned to a colleague which happened to be owen service i asked our in to be my commitment referee to see if i actually follow through on this but i also want to use a sort of reward to help give me that turbo booster or incentive a reward that's the fourth step in thinking small reward is about putting something meaningful at stake using small rewards to build good habits for instance if you go to.
"gallaher" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A bright line the principle of a bright line as you say yourself a very clear ruled that is obvious if you have trends grassed so if you'll role is don't drink more than three to four unions vow coal on average per day it's quite difficult to know whether these stepped over that role the bright line i said myself was no drinking during the week at home it would be really obvious to me if i then step save that role and it resulted in me at she almost completely coming out alcohol for my we could retain at a time and now the positive effect free of yes yeah it was that she estimated that i've drunk about eighty few of us the wide that roe was probably a bit more now after the gold and the plan comes step three making a commitment let's say for instance you've made a commitment to exercise rory gallaher before he moved to australia had set a goal of keeping fit he made a plan by joining a gym near his home in london but he almost never went to the gym was often working late in the office of the time i commuted back i was too tired to go to the gym so in this case i for the simple fix hair would be simply to move that jim rather than being where i live to being at work and actually found that didn't quite have the effect that i hope to because it was right on the doorstep of my work crew was put it off for the next day then gal her had no idea he commandeered the whiteboard in the nudge units office and i wrote up very clearly we're the team to see that i would go to the gym twice a week for the next three months kuala a commitment made in public which increased the stakes he didn't want his colleagues to see him fail but there was another component commitment referee so unwilling to keep you ontask gallaher says that significant others are terrible referees when you don't feel like following through though conspire with you to lech off the hook instead he turned.
"gallaher" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Nearly two hundred fifty seven thousand acres have been burned and more than a thousand structures destroyed nine thousand firefighters are on the front lines the worse than the fires the thomas fire is this fifteen percent contained as it heads into its second week the growing problem now the airquality red cross workers from hawaii are experiencing that i had my heleni richardson shows us what they're dealing with in the fire zone maha staff well how about you red cross workers we spoke to say the air is so thick was smoke and ash they have to wear protective masks while there have been reports of shortages of maths they haven't heard of any and what the disaster rapidlyevolving communication has been difficult as the california wildfires raging leaving unsinkable path of destruction six workers and volunteers from the how about you red cross are at uc santa barbara over the weekend the university canceled finals because of power outages and an ice rink is now converted to an emergency shelter ninety people are there but three hundred more or could pour in as evacuation orders expand many evacuees don't know if their homes are still standing louis thinking they probably have lost everything what they have with them is all the tajik gallaher of the colette you red cross as everyone is worrying protective masks as the rain of ash and thick smoke has blocked views of the mountains and sun gear really see much sun the little better now but this morning it was just race we didn't see the sun until bravo were you san o'clock is heartbreaking on a little residents sherry campana's says her brother and his family lost their home and car in ventura fires consume their neighborhood now they're left with nothing now house on and their second cars while valuables were lost her family is safe and rental housing and campana's is grateful for the outpouring of support besides delivering aid hover at you red cross workers say they try to help evacuees as simply by talking story bolo us because those love to see the reaction of people's faces from the city from will like well where are you proud woah from hawaii and doubt then actually is a really good opener the.