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"200 U.S. citizens in Afghanistan trying to get out of that country A top official with the State Department tells Congress the department has stayed in contact with over 360 U.S. citizens there the number is higher than what the Biden administration had estimated during the military withdrawal from the war torrent country Actor Alec Baldwin says there are no words to convey his shock and sadness regarding the fatal shooting of a cinematographer on a movie set a New Mexico Baldwin was making a movie when the shooting occurred Thursday the director of photography for the production Helena Hutchins killed when Baldwin discharged a prop gun while director Joel Sousa was injured Baldwin was reportedly told the gun was safe before firing it Doctor Anthony Fauci says when it comes to a COVID-19 booster shot it's recommended to stick with the same vaccine You got originally Here's Brian shook Speaking to CNN Fauci noted it just makes sense to go with what you originally received but he mentioned circumstances may change for some people and mixing and matching is also fine His comments followed the CDC director signing off on recommendations for certain Americans to get booster shots from Moderna and Johnson & Johnson A ship off the coast of Washington dropped about 40 shipping containers into the Pacific Ocean Friday the coast guard says the ship was inbound and dropped the containers in heavy seas reports say the shipping industry has been seeing a spike and lost containers The Houston Astros headed to the World Series now after a 5 nothing win over the Boston Red Sox in game 6 of the American League championship series It's the third time over the past 5 seasons the Astros have advanced to the series And tomorrow marks the day when people living and visiting in Hawaii will have to punch in all ten digits to make a local call Authorities say the change is required by a new FCC standard that uses the numbers 9 8 8 is a shortcut for a national suicide prevention hotline After today if you try to dial a 9 8 8 number in Hawaii is the first three digits your call would start connecting to the hotline immediately I'm Scott Carr President Joe Biden's job approval rating remains underwater and a new national poll Gallup has Biden at 42% That's down 14 points since June It held between 54 and 57% from January through June as the economy continues to struggle with supply chain issues related to the ongoing COVID pandemic And gas prices may not be helping James flippin tells us the prices at the pump have lately been the highest we've seen since about 13 years ago The national average right at 3.4 cents a gallon in Manhattan where it's never easy to actually find a gas station It's more like 5.
Fresh update on "gallup" discussed on Masters in Business
"O Now a global news update White House press secretary Jen Psaki doesn't seem fazed when it comes to President Biden's job approval rating speaking to reporters on Friday saki said people are frustrated at the president because of the ongoing pandemic There's no question that the fatigue with COVID is impacting people around the country The president understands that He's empathetic to that and he knows that the best thing he can do is help get COVID under control A new Gallup poll has Biden's approval rating at 42% Arizona's attorney general is seeking to stop the president's vaccine mandate from being implemented Republican Mark burner is asking for a temporary restraining order along with a preliminary injunction that stops it from being enacted across the country The Supreme Court will consider a challenge to the fetal heartbeat abortion law in Texas The conservative majority on the court did not put the new law on hold so it can continue to be implemented in Texas or Al arguments are set to begin on November 1st I'm Brian schuck.
America's Trust in Media Continues Downward Trend
"I mentioned a little earlier this Gallup poll They say America's trust in the media to report the news fully accurately and fairly as edged down four percentage points Since last year to 36% Making this year's reading the second lowest in the gallop's trend In all 7% of U.S. adults say they have a great deal in 29% of fair amount of trust and confidence in newspapers 7% a great deal Newspapers television radio news reporting which combined as four points above the 32% record low in 2016 These findings from his September 1 to 17 Paul the latest in Gallup's tracking of the public's confidence in key U.S. institutions Which began in 1972 between 1972 and 76 68% to 72% of Americans expressed trust in the mass media Yet by 1997 when the question was next asked trusts had dropped the 53% Now trust in the media which has averaged 45% since 1997 is not reached that majority level since 2003 After hitting its lowest point in 2016 trust in the media rebounded gaining 13 points in two years Mostly because of a surge among Democrats amid president Donald Trump's presidency Since 2018 however it has fallen to a total of 9 points as trust to slid among all groups Person trust in the media continues to be sharply polarized Currently 68% of Democrats why isn't a 100% of Democrats like the media I mean they are one and the same 11% of Republicans 31% of independents say they trust the media a great deal or a fair amount
Gallup CEO Jim Clifton: What Is the Plan for Southern Border?
"I want you to remind I want to remind you about this that I've told you about before on page one 29 of American Marxism I want to remind you about this and then I want you to think about it in the sense of the entire world Jim Clifton chairman and CEO of Gallup asks here are questions every leader should be able to answer regardless of their politics How many more people are coming to the southern border And what is the plan He said there are 33 countries in Latin American the Caribbean roughly 450 million adults live in the region Gallop asked them if they would like to move to another country permanently if they could A whopping 27% said yes 27% said yes This means roughly 120 million people would like to migrate somewhere Gallup then asked them where they would like to move of those who want to leave their country permanently 35% or 42 million Said they want to come to the United States This doesn't include the continent of Africa doesn't include the Middle East It doesn't include the far east Just south of the border Seekers have citizenship or asylum are watching to determine exactly when and how is the best time to make their move When how is the best time to make their move I included this in this book I finished this book one honey April And I just found this So this is half a year ago Give or take In a talk come true
"gallup" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Is not proven in terms of his time with the cowboys. Obviously brandon is not proven star. Instills not proven. I mean you know what if we play that what exact martin gets kicked out to right tackle and then something happened attachment. Then what did you do. I mean like what you're you're just playing musical chase. This is just last year all over again. And that's that's what i think. People are a little bit nervous but that's every. Nfl team would come up or deal with that. And just throw it. A little bit of a counterweight. Everybody was scared to death about connor mcgovern going in against the tampa bay defensive line and the blitzing and he acquitted himself admirably. I think that worked out better than than almost anybody expected You know a few people were were pumping a little bit. Because he didn't look that bad last year when he was called on. Especially as time went on. But you also will could that happen again. I mean we might get surprised and find out that. Say terrorists still were to come in and be an adequate. Nfl right tackle. I'm not saying he's going to be great but he's out there and the cowboys offense can function perfectly well with dak prescott and with ezekiel. Because you're we didn't see the running game last year because a last night because they did it wasn't gonna work anyway. And they wisely realized that the only shot they had was a dot com kombi shootout and they almost pulled off. We're going to see the running game. come along. Having zack martin on the field will be key to that. Because he's kind of wear. Zeke makes his makes his ground up running behind you so you know. We're at the at the initial panic stage. I'm not gonna say we're going to quit worrying or gain a whole lot of confidence but let's see what philbin can work. Let's see what killing more can do the scheme around this stuff. Let's see how whoever winds up lining up at right tackle does You know we make up to regret this happening or it may be okay. That wasn't quite as bad as we thought it was gonna be. I did see a tweet earlier. That said and i forget who tweeted this apologize. But all credit to whoever was tweeted. You're my hero. If there were any lingering effects of the stinger issue vile does now have five six weeks canada. The by to get right. You know if you're if you're really really reaching for positives that is one. I suppose it's ironic the cowboys or this beat up and there are going to face the chargers of all teams And it's been you know we did the live roster reaction showtime you and i in you know we kept saying like another cab is gonna. They're gonna have to make a decision because this these players are gonna come off cova. They're gonna have to put a plan on injured reserve. Whatever in last week. It was like okay zack. Martin's on you know on covert himself. No brownback you didn't have to make that decision. But you'll have to make that decision next week. When zack martin's back. Michael gallup sir okay. Well you're not going to have to make that decision you know zach is gonna come back up collins not suspended. You know what i mean like. That's other slow but just interesting thing is the cowboys have been able to stash in different ways if you want to call this that different players on different points of keeping them safe on their roster but i think everyone would still rather have a fully healthy and fully available team. That would be at deal. Anything else tom. Anything else cowboys in one that too. But i think that you you kind of touched on this. At the end of the day they have dak prescott. And that keeps them in contention no matter what especially the way he played last night. I don't know if you've had a chance to watch ed time. I know you've been very busy if you're watching.
"gallup" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Mean this is. This is frustrating. And i think if you're a dallas cowboys fan that's pissed off or sad or mad or frustrated any sense. I think you're entitled to that because you don't know who to direct your emotions towards but right now there are a lot of them just like what more do we have to. Have you know we finally had things looking like. They were going to come along and it just it. This is just a shock to the gut. I was actually going to mitch and maybe a little bit lower than that. What we'll try to get this family friendly here. So i just have to see Yo we'll have to see. I shouldn't say just me but you know we don't know obviously we're not making any decisions here but this is a body blow in august said. It's just such a swing of emotions because we've already gone through a roller-coaster last night. You know when the cowboys actually took a lead in the final two minutes of the game against the defending super bowl champion tampa bay buccaneers. And now this is just come up and suddenly five games. It looked like they had a chance to to maybe win. All of them are at least go for one over the next five games now you wonder. Is this gonna cost him. Another game or two Is this going to psychological impact team I don't know what i don't know what to say about it. And what else can they come. Up with I don't know if there's anybody out there. They could silent emergency basis. That would be an improvement over the current options that they don't have somebody in the the comments were missing. Bring alcon up. And i don't think he's ready to be any help you know you're still looking at. You're going to have either. Steel or martin playing right tackle against the san diego chargers. And you know we'll have to find out how they're going to do that and i think that's probably going to be something they're really gonna be working on in practice to come up with the best answer for that. So the dallas cowboys. Tom is you were talking there now. Have publicly announced this story up on dallas cowboys dot com. Which again. I realized that there are technically small windows of hope out here. That lower cons might not be suspended for five games with pen being put to paper. You know it is the internet but it. It feels doubtful. The question now is how should the cowboys handle the right tackle situation. Because you you brought it up. Chris warner says what do i think are what do i think can be. I think this sucks. I mean. I think that this is not fun. I mean i think you know. A lot of people said this exact exact sentence or some version of it this morning friday morning. You know what the cowboys may have lost. But i feel much better about this team than i did. Twenty four hours ago. And i think we all felt that way. Obviously a win would have been nice but the cowboys showed us a lot. Dak prescott showed us lot. And now i don't know that i feel worse. But whatever teeny tiny little ounce of hope i had or you had is really starting to be affected by this and know you talked about the psychological impact tom. It is now nine days until the cowboys. Play another game and that's a benefit that the team from a preparation standpoint but this is a long time to sit in this funk for all of us and that is really unfortunate. Obviously but as far as how to handle this. I don't think tank he's ready. I don't think taryn steals ready. I don't think. I certainly don't think is contrary i is. It belongs on the practice squad and you hope that he's an option for two thousand twenty two in beyond and everybody loved him on hard knocks. But let's let's be real about things. I will say you know dj. Tom says go back in time. And grab it pre injury. Eric williams. I haven't seen this floating out. And i promise i'm not trying to just play hindsight because that's a really easy way to look at things. As an example. I tweeted during the game. Facetiously somewhat. but twitter's kind of give you the benefit of that man discovers defense looks like it could use patrick's retainer jc seahorn right. I understand that they were off the board and the cowboys picked right. I'm not. I'm not here saying what cowboys are bunch of buffoons. They passed on these players. Obviously didn't have a chance but you know who the cowboys did pass on tom. Twice rashawn slater right now. Tell me you wouldn't trade. Mike sean rashawn slater and i know a lot of people are in love with mike. Parsons myself included. But you know the you count like that's what that to me is more representative of the points representative. Is the cowboys counted. They believed they trusted tyron smith and lyle collins to be there to be accountable and to options for them. You know in general right like we. All kind of assumed tire might have mystery games. Like it's kind of had to do whatever the case may be. I don't think anybody was supremely worried about loud consummate health perspective before the stingers of the last month or so. But now i mean now. You're really like man. Did we where we are chickens before they hatch type thing. Yeah that's a. that's a really good question. And i'm not too sure. Yeah i'm not too sure. I it just my mind the swimming and like i said because we don't know how this happened and i don't wanna even start doing speculation out but what i do think is certain is that the team has known. This was coming for a few days. This stuff doesn't just a way in on jerry jones's desk out of the blue lock does for the media. The team was aware think this was coming because as has been mentioned that was an appeal going on so the team was probably aware that maybe had their fingers crossed. That would help the situation. But you know now. I don't know what we're going to do. And i'm i'm just hoping it works out and dak prescott doesn't get banged up because you know we saw what happened with terence still last year. We're not sure about the. And i'm not sure how show aren't. They is going to go so tom. A lot of people have floated out. This is a creative option. Obviously kick zack martin. To right tackle play. Connor governor right guard. He looked solid there last night. I totally with you. One hundred percent and survive. And i think it should be mentioned the benef- there's not a benefit but the nice thing about the next five games for the cowboys that takes them up to their by by the way so we're now starting in week to read the week. One game already done for the couch. We're talking weeks two three four five six. The cowboys have a bye in week. Seven and i know we haven't even gotten into michael gallup yet but michael gallops at three to five weeks. When that news was the only thing that the day i was personally thinking you know what the cowboys. Try to carry michael gallup through the by that way to give him that extra week to fully get right. He's obviously candidate on injured reserve. He could come back in three weeks if that's the case but these next five games. You're at the chargers. Next sunday after that you get the eagles at home on monday night. Football and the panthers and the giants. Then you're on the road. Against the new england. Patriots before you buy so not exactly murderer's row of teams that you're up against a murderer's row. Pass rushers either. Although joey bosa obviously going to be a problem next week it's not like to play chase young right now. But there's another option tom. Besides this zack martin situation. Which you mentioned sack doesn't wanna play tackle malcolm suggests connor williams at right tackle and mcgovern to left guard. Now we've seen the cowboys. Experiment with connor williams moving around this preseason training camp period however that center not at right tackle we know the connor williams played tackle in college at the you know the inferior university in the state of texas as you and i both know but i mean that remains option but ultimately you know something. I've been pounded the drum about today's cowboys really made a mistake. Not establish competition for greg's are aligned. Well you know what they also made a mistake by just assuming the second thing was going to work out. I mean the answer to this. And i'm not saying this is a good answer to anybody. My parents steel. That might be the best answer. Yeah he still has experienced. He did get better over the season last.
"gallup" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Podcasts newark on our website to discuss the cowboys lost and how we felt a sense of optimism even after it but friday has brought with it a lot of news that is devastating when it comes to the dallas cowboys to help me discuss all of this and break it down it is. Tom rile from blog in the boys. Dot com tom headliners. Michael gallup has a cashed in and is going to miss three to five weeks. This was the news that i came out on friday afternoon. And everybody was kind of processing this and kind of dealing with it in squaring it in their own. Mind saying you know. There's you know there's receiver depth fear cedrick wilson etc. Things are going to be okay. And as soon as the dust firmly finally ultimately settled on that we had a bomb dropped on us. Dallas cowboys right tackle. Lyle collins suspended for the next five games for violating the league's substance abuse policy. How are you feeling on this day. After the dallas cowboys season open. That will i was feeling so good after last night. You know it really saw a lot of positive things. most of all dak prescott is indeed back There are only the most hardcore are still questioning his status as low top quarterbacks in the league after that performance while collins is really has thrown a rich into the works belying looked very good even with connor mcgovern subbing in for zack martin and that included collins playing tackle having human and tyron smith was great to see out there after we miss them for basically the entire season last year. Now i gotta survive five games And i mean it's you know they really the cowboys willing to stack up the winds now doing into the by so that they can you know make sure they're firmly in the race for the nfc east and now we've got a big question. Mark do they roll with time second which is kind of unsettling at the because he seems to have been having problems. At least he wasn't looking strong we'd hoped he would or do they. Now make move to kick. Zack martin out to right tackle entrust mcgovern to handle the the the right guard position as well as he did last night because martin came in and looked great briefly playing right tackle last season before he got injured. And that is the one thing that makes me wonder. Is the coaching staff. Going to hesitate just because the injury happened after. He switched positions after he'd been pretty much iron men playing garden a lot here and a lot of just you know. Just the questions of what will happen. This just sounds odd and we don't know right now so we have to be cautious. We don't want to speculate The good thing. I guess to me is that he didn't actually get a positive test. But so. Let's let me jump in here tom because their report now There are a number of reports adam. Schefter was the first person to report this and then a lot of insiders followed suit But adam schefter just just reported that he was suspended mike floor pro football talk Throughout lower con suspension is not final and should have been disclosed are shannon and should have been disclosed or should not have been disclosed report. I think he meant to say but as usual the nfl's confidentiality policy is breached by among others in the nfl. Are the others the nfl's in house media operation. Although adam schefter does not work for nfl network but nfl network has reported on this. It was nfl networks. Tom sarah that was the first report that this was due to. A violation of the league's substance abuse policy. We have gotten some questions from people here. christopher wage in great friend of the show says any chance. The number of games gets reduced. An appeal my holding out false hopes. It has already thomson in reported that this has been appealed by lyle collins in his representation and so this is the final verdict seemingly. This is more than just adam. Schefter talent pella. Sarah ian rappaport the world reporting it. The dallas cowboys themselves have announced the suspension so for any cowboys fan who is crossing their finger hoping crossing their fingers hoping that this is going to work out some how somebody gets knocked down to three games. Maybe it goes away entirely the fact that the cowboys have announced it themselves. Tom does make. It seem like this is going to stick yes. The as the helmet was the first one i saw. He came out and said the team has confirmed it. And this is looks like a solid a done deal that you're going to get the suspension. Looks hard in there and now it becomes a question of what do they do to kind of shuffled around and as i said That can get creative. They can go cautious. I don't know what's the safest thing to do because job one has to be to to protect that prescott and the line did a fairly decent job of that other than the fact that ebay is just a human monster and was Getting a lot of pressure but doc only took one sack and that was incredible against the tampa bay defence. So now they have to do everything they can to keep it up because it's fairly obvious that the seasons as we all knew depend on back and they can depend on him if he's not getting banged around and beat up back there His performance with just outstanding. So this is going to be a major issue and it's gonna be fascinating. What they do you know. I mean i the theater using the word fascinating fascinating certainly to play. Gm but it's terrifying. This is. This is hard to process tom. Because you know what what happened. That was allowed to play last night on thursday night that now he's not the report from. Nfl network is that lyell apparently missed drug tests that he was suspended for a failure to appear. How could this happen. And i think those are the questions that we have what you know disconnect between my ill and the cowboys in the league office and representation whoever is involved in this conversation for him how could he fail to appear to take. These tests is troublesome. I mean the michael gallup news is obviously something that is an ideal to right. And we're we're dealing with the aftermath of that but you've got wide receiver dept if the cowboys right and i think on a one to ten scale the panic was maybe at a four as a result of the college news but this is a ten i mean this is a ten and this is frustrating and this is concerning because lyle collins missed the entire two thousand and twenty season for the dallas cowboys comes back and before the season even kicks off as all the he's got some neck stinger is going on. It's got two different stingers as you've gotta plays you're gonna be alright. Comes out to your credit or your point tom. His credit plays well against tampa. Stout pass rush at that. But you know now he's gonna miss you know five more games. You're talking accounting. Last season in twenty two straight games are rather twenty three straight games collins will have played one and that's a really disappointing thing when you consider it all. He signed his look. We're still waiting for more information on this tacoma. Which is why i wanted to do this. Live to kind of sit here all report sort of unfold but he signed his contract extension with team tom in two thousand nineteen phenomenal. After that season we were all talking about me and the cowboys really got ahead of this for really smart etc. So he played all sixteen games then missed sixteen games now plays one. That's seventeen out of a possible thirty three so now at seventeen out of a possible. Thirty eight games at the cowboys have gotten off of this contract extension. This has just been one mess after another for a bunch of different reasons. And it's i have to say that it seems to me that they are there. Also is another factor to remember. We're talking about all the solutions. That are possible with that martin. He doesn't wanna play back He's basically stated that slashed to be considered. But i guess there is the tiniest sliver of silver lining. The cowboys have an extra couple of days to work on this. Because you know they've played the first game and you are questioning. How come this didn't happen before the game last night. I think the nfl held onto it. So the cowboys would have the best chance of giving them the exciting. Claudia you say that. Nbc announced like an hour ago officially announced that the ratings for last night's game where the highest of any nfl kickoff game. Since two thousand fifteen and so you know. I don't think anybody here is. And i have to believe that. No the nfl isn't at all looking out for its best interest. Isn't it all trying to pile up the stacks of cash as much as they can in their favor. That kind of makes sense that maybe you know the nfl said. Let's get him out there. We want to really. We got a really great game. Went down to the wire. Got a game winning goal. Tom brady dak prescott. Everybody was awesome. Whatever and now it's time to handle business now. It's time for our friday afternoon. News dump but you know this is the same for you know. Nfl office that still has yet to rule on shawn watson as an example..
"gallup" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Being shy and being a dallas cowboy are kind of polar opposite sort of things. I'm sure you had an idea of what the cowboys were three years ago. When you were drafted. And i'm sure you know as you went through things you know your world change. What's been the biggest shock about being a cab. Because you knew you were going to get attention. You knew you were going to be on tv all the time. But what's been something that you didn't know that has been the case for you. Something i didn't know I mean that's kind of a tricky tricky place for me is. I mean with the cowboys. It's just like you know you. Everything's they're like. You're always in the spotlight. I mean i kind of knew that coming in here. So it was like you know. We are the biggest franchise in sports history. This like you know you. You have to go into it knowing that it's going to be it's going to be a tornado is going to be. You know you're always going to be in the limelight. You always got a target on your back. But i think i mean if anything probably the biggest thing i mean playing football playing football in the national league you think every game that you go into you have a target on your back but when he played with the cowboys you really do even if you guys are like. Oh and fifteen up. Everybody wants to beat the cowboys. So i think that was the biggest thing i think it's probably and i've never done it. Obviously but anything you do is a story or is it talking point and i don't know if you remember this your rookie year. During ota's you had a star on your helmet. And i remember deeming you on instagram and asking you about this ad saying whoa what's going on because you're not supposed to have that and you said i believe it was a photo shoot that you dated that day and you just had to practice and just kind of took the helmet like stuff like that. I have to believe that you're like how did this become a story but that's just kind of the cowboys. What definitely I mean everything is boosted a little bit more playing for the cowboys But yeah you're you're definitely right about that every story. I mean you could drop a grilled cheese sandwich on the ground. You're going to eat that you know it turns into a story. So it's definitely it's definitely crazy. Is that your go-to grilled cheese. Like you wanna snack. Like what actually let me put it this way. What's the best meal that you make yourself. It better be better than groceries. There's the i make myself taken off right on. Okay you do the whole thing. Boil the pasta and everything to make checking sauce on there. Yeah we make the whole thing. Okay well don't drop it on the ground because then we have to write about it and you know how it is so obviously you got to the season you want to win the super bowl etc. Do you take it one week at a time do you. Are you looking right now like okay. We're playing on thursday. And then we have a week and half because we play on sunday against the chargers. We don't play at home until monday. Night football like are you. Are you looking a month ahead. Are you looking in quarters sections. I mean how do you look at the whole scheme of the season. I mean for for a little bit. You kind of have to look and see little bit. Ed because when you start out the season you need to make sure that the the in game in mind is the super bowl so you definitely have to look good but when it actually gets up so it i mean it's one now you've got to see just this week Then you'll look forward to next week but right now since all focus on tampa beg the first week of the season Get that. I dub You gotta get it under your belt and especially playing on the road. That's definitely sure you're on the road. You're away from home. Not your normal bed but when you get home and you're in your normal bed you're the sleep number bed what's going on here. Sleep number bed. You gotta have you gotta have that. And i'm glad.
The Cure Bassist, Simon Gallup, Says He’s Leaving the Band
"You guys open your show with a song by the cure. Perhaps if you were out Cat video Festival you might have Her DJ Rock lobster spin the song Love Cats by the Cure. Oh, well, the second longest tenured member of the cure just up and decided on Facebook to say he's out of the band. I wonder if he told others before he telling Facebook. Maybe I don't know. Simon Gallup. He is 61 is the bass player. He's been in the cure since 1979 other than the singer Robert Smith. He's the longest tenured member of the band. He just said he is fed up with betrayal, and he's out and good luck to them all. Oh, so that sounds like he did not tell them beforehand. I don't know.
Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall: Can Animals Recognize Their Reflection at All?
"Now so. Gordon gallup came up with this mark test and i assume he actually tested some animals. The one that made the biggest splash was chimpanzees. So he this big mirror just outside their cage and at first the chimpanzees acted in the way that a lot of other species do like the mirror. Image was another animal stranger. You know that you might attack After a couple of days though that changed the chimpanzees started using the mirror to look at parts of their bodies that they couldn't normally see like opening their mouth and looking at the keys. They looked at their bottoms and their genitals. I mean of course they did know of course they did then gallup with the chimps under anesthesia and marked their ears and their foreheads. With a red dye the animals woke up. They saw themselves in the mirror and what they did was to reach up and touch and examine the marks on their faces. Victim only be seen in the nearer so they realized the marks were on their own faces by looking in the mirror. Okay so that's chimps are close relatives. What about like monkeys. So he told me that monkeys could be exposed to mirrors for literally years and would never spontaneously use the mirror to do any kind of self examination like that but if somebody quietly snuck into their room and you know in a mirror was there and the monkeys saw the person in the mirror. They turn around to confront them. They could use the image of of us me and my students in the mirror to bonaventure or behavior and respond appropriately. Okay so just like my creepy low dog. That is just like your. I mean. I don't know if your dog responds appropriately. Yeah i told them about your dog and he totally thinks your dog could be using mirrors to spy on you. I mean it sounds like her
Biden Approval Drops to 50%, Lowest for Him to Date
"So in a new gallup poll and and gallup is starting t me off a little bit because we asked them look. We need the methodology of your poll and refused to give it. Their methodology is how many democrats how many republicans. How many independence do you talk to. There's no reason why they shouldn't give it unless there's some sleight of hand so anyway. This poll just released says that joe biden has dropped and job approval to fifty percent lows and six months disapprove. Forty five percent rasmussen telling tracking has biden at forty nine approval. Disapprove forty nine now. Biden's numbers will continue to fall because you'll continue to pay more for gas food clothing and other stuff you need gotta buy a car and pay a lot more. So once americans figure that out. They'll blame him and it is his fault to some extent not one hundred percent but you know you attack the fossil fuel industry the oil and gas industry. They prices go up
The Democrats Try Taking Advantage of LatCrit
"This is Lackritz lack great preachers. There really is no such thing as the United States sovereignty because America is bigger than just the United States. And besides, they argue, United stations. The real interlopers. That's you. Those crossing the border by the hundreds of thousands of the actual indigenous Americans. The Democrat Party hopes to benefit from embracing the movement as it counts on wave after wave of illegal aliens. Subsequent grant of amnesty is one of the ways Which it seeks a permanent hold on power. The Pew researchers reported. Latino voters favored the Democrat Party by a significant margin. Almost laugh when people say Well, Trump made a lot of inroads with the Latino vote he got, like 40%. You know what? Ladies and gentlemen 40% to 60%. That's a slaughter. Jim Clifton, chairman C of Gallup s here the questions every leader should be able to answer regardless of their politics. How many more people are coming to the southern border? What's the plan? There is a 33 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. Roughly 450 million adults live in the region. Gallup asked them if they would like to move to another country permanently. If they could a whopping 27% said Yes. This means roughly 120 million people south of the border would like to migrate somewhere. Gallup, then asked them where they would like to move of those who want to leave their country permanently. 35% of 120 Million or 42. Million, said they want to go to the United States. 42 million. Seekers of citizenship or asylum, are watching to determine exactly when and how is the best time to make their move. In addition to finding this is writing a solution for the thousands of migrants currently at the border, Let's include the bigger harder question. What about all those who would like to come? What is the message to them? What is the 10 Year Plan? 330 Million U. S. Citizens are wondering. So are 42 million Latin
Biden Approval Rating Drops to 50% in Gallup Poll
"Stuck in traffic. Fewer Americans now approve of the job. The President Biden is doing. The latest Gallup poll found. His approval rating is now at 50%. That's a new low for Biden, who's now six months into his term as president. It's also a six point drop from June.
Let's Talk About These UFOs
"For from this. Nbc news article. There's some really interesting points that i wanted to share. So suddenly it looks like senator. Scientists the pentagon and president's former cia director's and nasa officials wall street executives silicon valley investors are starting to talk openly about the issue with. Ufo's in a way that maybe they weren't as apparent or as public about it before and what's interesting is there's actually a statement made by former president barack obama who told late night tv host. James corden what is true. And i'm actually being serious here is that there is footage and records of objects in the skies that we don't know exactly what they are. So president barack obama said that recently and then also Just historically culturally. Ufo's have been something of american culture topic of concern. I think millions of people have questions about it. Article even says about one. Third of americans think that they've been visited by alien spacecraft. And that's according to gallup so again all of this in our in the lindsay final welcome dot com so to summarize that it seems like there's more activity especially from conversation perspective around ufl is and that people don't know what's going on apparently all right to really tie not in that the biggest thing is is that this is the first time where government is going the record and saying that you sightings exists okay. It's just these last few months that the pentagon and some other agencies they've actually recognized that you have sightings before they never commented people opposed people. Media would show it but the government never said yes. No certain so now thing. They confirmed that we actually don't know what that is that the big
How Come It's OK When Obama Says It?
"How come it's ok. When obama and the democrats note demographic changes happening in the country. But if i say it it's white supremacy right mr producer. How come how come when you look at the census data and you look these various Entities like gallup and you see it with your own. Two eyes obama brags about biden. Brags about it. The democrats brag about it. This is what the democrats want. This is what the democrats are doing. That's why the borders open. I've written about this talked about this. It's liberty and tyranny. How come we mentioned. Look what they're doing. Oh you must be white. Supremacist is barack obama. White supremacist. now that's number one. That's number one and this is purposeful what they're doing. Whatever you think about it this is purposeful. What they're doing number two white. America is Resentful and white. America fears this wide. America's resentful and white. America fears this. I don't know of white. America is there are people in this country. All walks of life all backgrounds all races who do not believe the border should be open to sex offenders and coyotes and a little kids coming across the border without their families. Mcallen texas is right on the border with mexico. It's eighty five percent hispanic. it's a heavy democrat city. They just elected a republican mayor. So the lie. That's out there. By obama and his ilk radical american marxist ilk and the media is that only white people and white supremacists are concerned about what's happening to the country. Now that's not true.
"gallup" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"There's so many bodies and like you mentioned like how many snaps he's gonna get defensive end. What about bradley and not like. We didn't even see him last year. I mean we talked about those guys. Yeah i mean like there's cianci's golsen. They are guys and some eight that might lead him out ultimately. I want to come back to doubt. And i don't think cedrick wilson will stay just because i think he'll also get a nicer role somewhere else and that will bum people out. I think and i'm surprised that this is my answer. That the highest percent chance of staying belongs to delton schultz. Just because i could see that being a one year you know come back you know. I did not realize he is the cowboys. Nfl pa rep. He's clearly you know. Got himself a nice spot on the team he. He's he's doing well for himself and yes that's it really doesn't make a whole lot. Well i'm not. I'm not saying it like it. Makes the biggest difference in the world. All i'm saying is like he. He's on firmer. Like it is yeah. He's a respected in the locker room. And i did not. I did not realize the delton schultz was at that level. And that's that's just it's worth saying one time but what i agree with you. What is important is obviously the financial side of things blake jarwin. Yes last year. Got a new deal with the dallas cowboys. But the guaranteed money stops next year in two thousand and twenty two. We talked about how it would be six million dollars. A cavs have to eat if they wanted to move on from amari cooper next year. It's only two million dollars. If the cowboys wanna do it you know to blake jarwin. I mean so. It's not inconceivable that they could also say you know what dalton shells really out blake. Jarwin we're going to pay. Dalton we're going to let it go or we're just gonna keep blake at you're right. There's only so much gold that can go around. But that that's why i honestly don't think any of them will be back but i think the highest probability does belong to the shelves which is weird. I would have thought it would have been somebody else. And maybe i think the highest probability to change our minds is connor williams but he would have to have a season unlike anything that we've seen from him so far. Yeah think for him. It's the season the same boat. As is michael gallup conaway as a tremendous year. He's gonna go somewhere else in teams are going to pay for a solid offensive guard right and whatever that market is and. I think that that's a position unless you zack..
"gallup" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"You don't ever want to eat money but that's not a lot of money to eat and so it is also smart like ultimately there are more pros to keep you michael gallup this year. I agree with this. But i think one possibility because cd lame is the alpha right like we. All agree. Cd is is the big ticket in town in the future. I mean it is only a matter of time before cds separates himself. Even among amari cooper michael gallup but so you're looking at the guy to pair with him in the future Which is a luxury place to be sitting at. But anyway if michael gallup say he outperforms amari cooper this year which isn't inconceivable like. That's not an impossible thing by any stretch of the imagination. The cowboys could be saying you know in two thousand and twenty two all right. Let's cut amar. Let's eat six billion dollars. Let it margo somewhere else and walk it michael gallup and we'll pair him with oecd land and that's that's one hypothetical that doesn't exist if you trade him to your point. Yeah and i think it's gonna come down to this. I mean who gets more balls. Who's dak prescott gonna you know. There's a lot of weaponry out there. Not only the receiver is. But you have the running game. And hopefully that'll evolve to something very very productive. I mean really really big. And and that's that's the thing about. This too is that we think that they have these three great recidivism which they do i mean you look at amari meaning you look at his numbers and certainly cd land and what he is future. Michael gallup it in all sudden. it's like well. How does this all fit. Because i think the end of the day. You just don't have as i mentioned. There's not enough gold to go route. And if you wanna you wanna cut your losses and move on from amari cooper. Amari scott it. Really digress a lot this year to really get to. That mentality were okay. It comes to financial decision. But is michael gallup going to be our answer to mark cooper because as you mentioned ceedee lamb. It's going to be the number one guy benchley right. So then. what's that michael gallup bring. Here's a number two. So that's the question but i like i like where you're going. I think it's a great. It's a great problem to have right now if you look at this whole situation but i think the the great thing about this is the fans. You look at this offense. You gotta get really excited about it. And i think they're excited about it what they can do. And regardless michael gallup. Be a rich let next year. Yeah no i agree. And it's one of those things where like you're not even match that he's going to leave because you because you have so many other options you know it's just it's honest richer man because point five million this year so my final question is this. I don't know that. I even have an answer. But obviously of all the people entering contractors for the cowboys there are two thousand. Eighteen draft class Those that are left are entering contractors with them. You've got leighton vander. Esch obviously their first round pick. They didn't pick up the fifth year option on connor williams second round draft. Pick michael gallup poll. we've talked about. They had to fourth round picks. That's your your doorns armstrong who jerry jones loves indulge schultz and then cedrick. Wilson is among the ladder. Guys who were still laughed obviously came back this year. So of all those guys leighton vander connor williams michael gop doorns armstrong dalton schultz and cedrick wilson. How many or which ones of them do you think are on the team in twenty twenty two maybe dorrance armstrong i think maybe evolves yeah maybe like a one year deal to come back if he puts up some but i. That's that's that's that's probably the easier one because it's not really gonna be goes his third year it's coming up and it's all of their fourth years. It's time so. I think that i think that maybe he may be an easy easy. Wanted to bring back. Because i don't know what the market is going to be. I don't know what his how many reps is he going to get. I mean he's really going to have to do something pretty special. Good the actually get on the field right. You mentioned scholtz. i think he is I don't know if you'll be back. As i think that he's pretty big after watching them play this year. Got a little skill. Set tom sherwood again. It's all about the depth and and and it's a great question. Obviously michael gallup. I don't think he's gonna be here next year. I just don't think. I mentioned we talked about our whole podcast. Carla williams maybe I think that he has to have a really tremendous year to validate. But i i. I'm gonna go with connor williams and i'm gonna go with dorrance armstrong so i don't think that he'll be back that connor williams we'll be back next year. That's just my own personal opinion. Because i think you really have to separate yourself you know as as an offensive lineman get paid by the cowboys. I think he will be fine. I'm not saying. I think he'll be bad but i don't think he will establish himself amongst the ranks of cowboys obvious mean. We all know the names but among the guys that have warranted second contracts and some of the some of the group right and some of this is easy because we know layton isn't coming back because they can say all they want they can say like we've got him in our future plans. You would not have drafted two linebackers this year. Especially one in the first round if you planned on having leighton vander esch in two thousand and twenty two so lightning. Lateness is just about as gone. Is you can guarantee at this point. A la boulder the cut you off. But i i don't know if it's a bold prediction but i wouldn't be surprised that either him or one of the guys. Jason smith or blake vander. Esch makes the roster this year. I just don't feel like that. It's hard but it's a bold prediction that is really because it would cost them too much money. I understand that. I understand that but it doesn't have there could be a trade. It could be better at saying soon. Gonna cut them but i i. I don't think that. I think that the trade opportunities the option still has legs. That's fair I mean and maybe maybe one of them is traded under them is moved or whatever may maybe one of them is so just upsetting that they decide to cut them. Whatever but i do. Think that's unlikely. So i guess that is bolt so congratulate you gotta bold prediction here today but still. He's either way he's definitely not on the team in twenty twenty. Two michael gallup for a different reason is definitely not on the team at twenty twenty two the reason again being that. Somebody's going to pay him a lot of money. And that cannot be the dallas cowboys. I don't think connor williams will play to the level that they'll pay him. I endurance armstrong..
Nurse Leadership and Innovation with Lynda Benton and Rhonda Manns
"Talk about how your organizations are adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. And maybe this is one that that you kick us off with. Linda sure will be for covert. Obviously you know. The world looked a little bit different. But i think there's a lot of things we learned in the pre covid world and of course what we learned in the past year certainly the. Us health system as a whole is greatly strained. There's greater patient demands resource demand systematic demands. You know impacting and of course all of that got worsened by the pandemic. I think it staring to say. I think we we also saw a really clear picture of this. At how nurses are really on the front line leading every day and healthcare and what the listeners may not know that nursing is actually the largest and the most trusted segment of the healthcare. That's nineteen years running in the gallup poll. So what we found in our research saw that despite all of the background and the experience that nurses bring to healthcare the resources in this innovative thinking how they put patient you know needs i. What we have found is that the impact of nurses is often underestimated and their expertise is underutilized and healthcare and the company. We think it's high time to change that because we really believe that to move healthcare forward and really make the transformative changes that we need to make. We know we need to make. We need nurses to play hero. Not so we're jj estate where we really are focused on elevating and advocating and empowering nurses to really drive that healthcare change that we know so desperately needed today. A couple of examples of what we're doing for example is really how we're working to support nurses and helping to improve and hone and strengthen their innovation muscles that we know are innately part of the nursing mindset. And that's where we do things like nurse hack for health hackathon and the quickfire challenge series as well as another podcast that we lead with the way quasi now but it's all about really helping to lead healthcare transformation and getting ready to do that. Well those are some some fantastic initiatives and it sounds like it's deeply embedded in the dna of the organization of j. and j. this belief that nurses are making a huge difference and we need to recognize and utilize their talents. More absolutely to your point and we did say that nursing is part of our dna because we really believe that to really drive the change. We need to drive. Nurses are gonna play a critical role. There's four million nurses in the us fall and about one ninth position and the nurses work in every corner of from unity so they have a huge impact in terms of how healthcare is delivered
George Floyd: Jury Finds Derek Chauvin Guilty of Murder
"Michael gallup joins me to discuss. How the prosecution and the defense did and what to expect next. This is the court. Tv podcast with vinny politics. Welcome to the court. Tv podcast on vinnie polygon. Here we are here. We are as were recording. This we are in a verdict. Watch in the case against derek chauvin. The man accused of murdering george. Floyd closing arguments have been completed. And what we're gonna do is take take a look at those closing arguments because that is the last chance that the attorneys on both sides had an opportunity to try to influence. The jury convinced them of their case and it was interesting to watch really interesting. Michael i ala with me as court. Tv anchor. I will tell you this michael. The the one thing about this case. The attorneys were prepared. They were thorough but they were much less dramatic than i am. The the general demeanor of these attorneys was amazing. Yeah you see a lot from prosecutors but not much from the defense but on both ends. They really kind of played to even kill for the most part. Yeah i have to agree. I mean i would even go so far as to say at least it was kind of boring especially the prosecution i. I didn't want to use that. I didn't want to use that word you went there. I think i think you're right. I think especially with the length right. The length of that going on and on it there was they. Didn't they didn't vary their cadence very much. And it was very monotone. I you know when. I thought wendy. The judge finally called for a rape during the eric. Nelson's closing that went on and on it was the perfect time. 'cause i was getting
Social Networks And AI Complexed Systems
"Hey friends welcome. To data skeptic social networks the podcast. It's all about nodes edges. Networks graph algorithms and the dynamics of the mathematics describe humans interconnectedness today on the show i speak with my aunt casual about knowledge graphs both in theory and in practice his experience conducting research on systems like twitter and writing a textbook on the subject. I am myong kijima. And i am a research. Professor at university offside than california and also researcher at the information sciences institute which is affiliated with the university of southern. Gotta find out. What areas does your research cover. That's a great question i would see. It's eight full within applied artificial intelligence but more recently i have also started. Working law on computational. Social science. Especially in addison of twitter and Gallup the from covid nineteen and so on all of these strong elevated. What i do you know what i would say it. Seventy five percent up ninety. I five percent computational methods for miss chinese complexes
Do parents actually want more in-person instruction
"Majority of parents say their kids need to get back in the classrooms of parents who have K through 12 kids, 79% said. They support sending their Children back to the classroom Now. The Gallup poll found that in the past year, 13% of parents have cut back their hours. 7% even quit their jobs all to help with at home learning. The research also found Republicans and working parents are Maurin favor of getting back to normal now. How about a third of US students don't have the option of in person learning. I'm Rory
Most Americans unhappy with COVID-19 vaccination process, poll finds
"Late last month say they're not satisfied with the way the vaccination processes going. That includes 21%, who say they're very dissatisfied 91% of Democrats 61% of Independence, and 51% of Republicans told Gallup. They'd be willing to get a shot adults with a college degree or much more likely than those without one to say they get a vaccine or have already done so. The online poll of about 4100 adults as a martyr And of error of plus or minus 2% points. A lot of folks were happy when CBS
AP-NORC Poll: Americans open to Biden's approach to crises
"The nation is facing several crises that a majority of Americans say they are at least somewhat confident in president Biden's ability to handle them two weeks into its terminate piano worse the center for public affairs research poll finds Biden has sixty one percent job approval while the bulk of that is from Democrats about a quarter of Republicans approved as well about three quarters of all Americans say they have at least some confidence in his ability to handle the virus pandemic two thirds say the same about the economy and jobs overall the numbers suggest like most of his recent predecessors the president may get something of a honeymoon Gallup polling shows nearly all modern presidents had approval ratings averaging fifty five percent or higher in their first three months the only exception Donald Trump who never got above fifty percent Sager made Ghani Washington
Washington, DC Statehood Bill Introduced By Senate Democrats
"Now you know this has been on the wish list of democrats for quite some time along with a promoting of puerto rico to statehood as well. Now that's compensation for a different time. But you had senator tom carper. He's democrat out of delaware leading over three dozen of his democrat colleagues to introduce companion bill for washington dc statehood gesture on tuesday. Now remember a similar. Bill passed the house last year. Now will face well pretty much. A democrat controlled senate to determine if dc will become the fifty first state but is that even possible. Well i found this piece. I pulled this back in early january out of the washington post. And it's pretty indepth piece about dc statehood. Bottom line is these. Dc statehood still faces a number of high hurdles not only in the narrowly divided senate but yes in public opinion as well. Think about this. A two thousand nine thousand nine gallup poll found that nearly two-thirds of us opposed dc statehood. So why is in dc already a state. well we need to look at the constitution washington. Dc's founding is enshrined in the constitution which provides that the district not exceeding the constitution. Not exceeding ten miles. Square would become the seat of the government of the united states now for a brief period of time after the city's creation back in seventeen ninety residents -joyed voting rights and were allowed to cast ballots as residents of maryland or virginia but those rights ended shortly after congress moved into town and the new capital in eighteen hundred and pass the district of columbia organic act of eighteen. O one the act stripped dc residents of their rights to vote in all federal elections including for president and gave congress oversight of the city. Have you ever seen a dc washing a plate license plate. You know what it says you know with. The slogan is taxation without representation. Now the district was not afforded presidential electors until the passage of the twenty-third amendment. Back in one thousand. Nine hundred sixty one. Its residents didn't get a non voting delegates in the house until nineteen seventy so begs the question. How can congress change this well. Those opposed to making dc estate have argued that statehood for dc can't happen without a constitutional amendment. They say that the founders intended the entire district to serve as the seat of federal government not as state but legislation put forth by non voting delegate. Eleanor holmes norton every year since nineteen ninety-one would not eliminate the seat of government that the constitution calls for in stead her bill which shrink the national capital to a small complex of federal buildings while allowing the rest of the district to become a state proponents of statehood for their part argue that this plan preserves federal enclave. Whose only requirement is that. It can't exceed ten square miles and escapes the need for a constitutional amendment. Nothing simple as that outstanding questions remain over. What would happen to the three electoral college votes. Currently afforded to the district when it becomes a smaller that role enclave. And some have wondered whether the twenty-third amendment would have to be repealed. So that the few residents of the federal enclave namely we're talking about those residing at sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue don't retain them so what needs to happen for dc to become state. Well the bill to make these estate obviously has enough supports in the house to pass again and jordi leader steny hoyer pledged to bring it to vote with backing from speaker. Nancy pelosi by your indeed even though the senate is pretty evenly split. Well let's just say it's a tough road to hoe in the senate democrats occupy half the seats in that chambers. Thanks to the victories of ossoff and wore knock In georgia both of whom support would no surprise there. And then you've got vice president. Kamala harris in this fifty fifty split in the senate able to cast the tie breaking boat and she liked biden supports
Last Trump Job Approval 34%; Average Is Record-Low 41%
"The president prepares to leave the white house. Thirty four percent of americans approve of the job. He is doing as president. That's a worst evaluation of his presidency is over here. A four year term His average approval rating was forty one percent. That's four points lower than any of his predecessors at least since gallup's been doing this poll trump's rating show dad record eighty one percentage point gap between republicans and democrats eleven points wider than any other time before.
Trump gets lowest job approval rating in final days as president
"Americans air giving President Trump Low marks as he gets ready to depart the White House, a new Gallup poll shows the commander in chief with a 34% job approval rating, he becomes the only president to register 50% rating at any point during his time in
"gallup" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The president has had and of course all the data is coming in not only poll numbers that are that are rising the Gallup poll best approval rating is ever had in the Gallup poll we're not talking Raz motion or other polls that have been historically somewhat friendly to the president Gallup has about forty nine percent approval in the middle of this impeachment charade forty nine percent approval fifty percent disapproval one percent undecided split right down the middle highest approval is chat how about some more numbers you want some more data you want some more winning the jobs market in January one two hundred ninety one thousand jobs added in private pay rolls it's the best monthly gain since twenty fifteen how about some more news the economic optimism from the Gallup mood of the nation economic survey economic optimism has reached a forty four year high it's the high for the first time in history the Gallup mood of the nation economic sure every survey found fifty nine percent of Americans believe they are better off under trunk with this economy and last night Hey Bruce Williams stated the union undoubtedly the best state of the union speech I've ever seen in my life since my election we've created seven million new jobs five million more than government experts projected during the previous administration it is the lowest in over half a century great under my administration is lower than any administration in the history of our country there is a shot of the Democrats in white looking like those women from the what was it what is the handmaiden's tale a bunch of zombies there's a see with refuted to are not Aoshi but you'll hot Mar huddling with Rasheeda to leave that foul mouth congresswoman for who oh yeah how to work out for you ma'am how that work how that turned out for you you guys got stomped you got you got beat then you got beat bath today is the vote four PM eastern time the presidential quit all it is reported that three or four Democrats might cross the aisle and vote with the Republicans which would make it of course a bipartisan acquittal exoneration of the president it has been the best week this president has experienced since he was inaugurated and Nancy Pelosi is a it is best is to thank for a big part of the success of last night's state of the union she thought she began incidently we did confirm the text messenger was right I mean I was was wrong actually he did not it was the handshake snob then the truncated announcement really announcement guys somewhere because again the protocol calls for the speaker of the house to say it is my high privilege or high honor and privilege whatever the wording is to introduce to you the president I'd states all she said was ladies and gentlemen the president I'd states that was after the handshake snob and I'm gonna be very blunt with you I can see both sides of the issue of that hand shakes knob some will say the president didn't see her I think you saw her and he said I'm not shaking the hand of a woman who as speaker has refused to to work with me or or even talk to me since October I'm not going to shake the hand of the woman who's been trying to get me fired who's been trying to to to impeach me who has drag America through held for months and months I see both sides of it I really do I I admit I'm torn I do I I I I think a lot of people have a bad a bad kind of a cringe worthy reaction to somebody who does not accept the outstretched hand of somebody I I will tell you I understand that but I also will would tell you that I understand his thinking and his reasoning on this and that's a very human response I'm not going to pretend I'm not phony I am authentic I authentically despise what Nancy Pelosi has done to America and I'm sure not going to shake your hand now I do I do get it David you're up on the my calendar showing the relief factor dot com studios twenty one before the hour hi David thanks for joining us hello I really really appreciate your show I listened to it every day I'm a truck driver and also I looked in everyday the Rush Limbaugh show alliance folks wouldn't say submits Cortez she took calls for help for reelection I thank you she's killer croc Barney a trouble both of which you don't throw out well sure and why at thirty million viewers every day probably another thirty million the quality of my life the Catholic but every day because the war I hope she get greeted every sweetie she goes through buy clothes out of luck reporters normal person prays for somebody who's sick whoever it is I pray for Jerry Nadler's wife I pray for Ruth Bader Ginsburg I I pray for for allies you're coming I pray for all of these Democrats who are fighting in a life threatening illness normal people don't dance on the catastrophic illness an adversary they're not this stuff five gene on social media for the last two days about rush is full it's an ally this is the United States Congress woman calling a man with stage four cancer a very ill and racist and do you know all this horrible stuff thank goodness my gosh Michelle you're on the Mike Gallagher show ninety minutes before the hour hi Michelle you know what I think women and men communicate very differently obviously and what we've seen the rancor in politics has come from the introduction of women into politics so women do belong in the politics but how many women communicate politically might have to be examined and changed because those women last night were so when Chris and so sh well that was that but that's not that's not the way politics has been communicated and if you look at history if you want to call and it was in the Clinton era when women started coming into politics that it became very rancorous anyway it's an interesting observation I mean I I I I book I have to believe that women like African Americans like Hispanic Americans like Asian Americans Kerry care about one thing more than anything else and that is the safety the security of their family and and the ability to put food on the table the ability to provide for their family I understand of course there are there are yeah differences between men and women the way we talk the way we feel with all the stereo types of nurturers verses you know bread winners but you know you can't you can't check out these economic numbers are real van Jones from she an attic knowledge that last night van Jones the guy who wants to the on election night was so devastated that he called trump selection a white flash remember that whole rific comment he made well this African Americans CNN pundit has been very aware of the impact on the on the African American community by this trump presidency from criminal justice reform to the record historic unemployment van Jones last night cut sixteen on CNN and gravy and had a very powerful observation well one thing that goes on with it will he said **** nation there for all but you've got him forever that ain't necessarily so and I think what you're gonna see him do is say I you like my rhetoric look at my results look at my record to black people yes that is going to be effective which means as we move through this primary process we got to pay a lot more attention to what's going on with the Latino vote bite is if you are going to get a benefit in terms of you having to respond and with the black vote is it going to be a split off preserving the black male those we got to be critical about the stuff we get so emotional about it that was a role that was a warning to us a warning shot across the bow Democrats he's going after enough black folks because this problem is not just a white suburban voters by both yeah powerful moment on street in of all places the ocean there they were forced to have a record in over to CNN and MSNBC a little bit last night cut number eight if you're a black American whose heart is filled with the pride of the service and sacrifice of the Tuskegee airman and you watch president trump big knowledge Charles McGee it was part of the Tuskegee airman and his great grand son a little boy a little boy who hash buyers to be in the space force which they also didn't stand for and they and the president honoring one hundred year old Charles McGee a Tuskegee airman you don't think this cut eight here you don't think this resonates with the African American community as well as all the rest of us in the gallery tonight we have a young gentleman and what he wants so badly is thirteen years old he and launch a he's an eighth grader from Arizona we stand up the there's always dreamed of going to space he was the first in his class and among the youngest at an aviation academy he's fires to go to the airforce academy and then he has his eye on the space force as Ian says most people look up in space I want to look down on the world sitting behind tonight.
"gallup" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Gallup site yesterday they had on the Gallup polling site they had presidential approval up six points since impeachment began six point rise in Gallup for president trump rule for awhile since impeachment started wow not what they were hoping for so listen very briefly and we can talk about this a little more in a few minutes but Nancy Pelosi is saying she's not going to transmit whatever that means the articles of impeachment to the Senate unless Mitch McConnell assures her that is going to be a fair process and equitable and and and they're going to do it the way think that she thinks they try to do it which is a constitutionally just utterly ridiculous wait a second don't within this is what I've been they are we taking this through the lens of three two thousand and fifteen are we taking this to the modern lands the the old lands yeah this is really interesting the speaker house and they might not send over the articles that feature the modern lands is trump saying I might not do debates next year I believe nafta I do this I might do that to make everybody go crazy yeah for a day now and then doesn't mean anything soul is Nancy which is that it which of these is that I don't know in the old days when I thought this is significant knows but she might be playing the trump game I'm not even send over the articles of between two you can prove it's fat yeah then I might boycott apple that might decide I'm going to decide to add a hundred seats to Congress and they're all Democrats I'm considering that we that's the trouble with that he cannot name managers until we see what the process is on the Senate side so far we haven't seen anything that.
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"Check that out if you're coming to the Clifton strength summit June third fourth and fifth of twenty nine thousand nine and I bet this will pertain to the summit's afterward as well. So if it's after you're listening to this, after the fact, this will probably be truth. We have some discounts associated with our courses during the summit, if you take the two together, that's available if you haven't signed up for the night, the twenty nineteen version of it is to be pretty awesome. I can I get a chance to do a live version of this, at the end of the summit which will be super cool. You're going to want to be a part of that. Head out to Clifton strength. Summit dot com and you can get all the details associated with that. Join us on our Facebook group, Facebook dot com slash group slash call to coach a lot of this conversation goes on Mike. How did they find you on Instagram at strengths tuck, you can follow us there? We look forward a little bit of post show in if you're listening live, stay around for that as well. Appreciate you coming out as we kind of conclude this twelve week series on strengths explore mica. Been pretty great. We'll talk a little bit more about kind of what we went through, I think during the series because e series change us as much as you're right. Don't they don't they, I mean, even about it. We talk about something over and over and over again at a regular cadence, and like dedicate our brains to it. Of course, it's gonna change you, and this has been a wonderful experience in change for me. We'll talk about that a little bit more on the post show. But yeah, it's it's been great. Let's do that. We'll get right to it. Thanks for joining us live. If you're listening live, stay around, if you're listening to the live recorded version, stay around just going to drop you, right. Into the post show, you'll listen to the recorded version of this. You can join us always. Join us live Gallup dot event, bright dot com. You might wanna get signed up for the season, five Thursday. It's not out there yet, but it will be soon. We'd love to have you come out and join us. Thanks for joining us, live without say goodbye. Everybody..
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"To honor? Well, I you know, to me, I think that goes. Back to really considering they're not many adults. So I think we have to take them very seriously. We need honor what they tell us and they might not have quite as much confidence or experiences, an adult so. Trust. I think trust what they have to tell you. And. I trust what they have to tell you, and just remember to listen and ask them some good questions. That's definitely what I'm taking away from today. Is there not many adults all people differed, a million different places in our DNA, and people like to be listened to fantastic? Jim anything else we should we should cover while we've still got our guru here. I think the there's one more question chat room when it talks about, what would you say to people that worry about strengths explorer labeling? We see the same thing in store in Clifton, strengths. Right. In people getting labeled or put into a box Mary, what, what would you say to that? Oh, gosh. Don't do that. But. I just don't do that. But I think I think what really helps then is to stay out of a box is to stop and really find out what that particular theme with that particular talent means that individual person because that's when you really find out that you can't just box these, they're great because it gives you an idea of. What's going to motivate, the person what direction they're going to go? But I think it's also really critical that you at the same time you have to find out about what that person's interests. Are you need to find out what kinds of experiences they have what kind of a community there in? And, and when you learn those kinds of things. It it expands. I think the way you see the individual. There's so much to learn. It's a starting point. Right. It's, it's that that jumping off space. Let me say, I, I appreciate your work so much here, you know, in two thousand and five came across a book called now discovery, your strengths, right, right, after I break all the rules, and I remember getting my top five back in thinking it's very clearly I got I've got two parent this way. Like I can't that was the it wasn't I need to change my performance at work. It was I need apparent this way. I remember taken that top five home to my wife and saying one, you need to take this into how are we going to parent this way? And in when you when I heard years ago couple of years ago that we were going to produce this book strength, based parenting, I couldn't have been more excited about it. That's one of these books that just for me just so settled into who I was. And what I'm doing and was really really important by the time my kids were teens by the time we got there with it. I would have loved to have you have written this book, fifteen years ago instead of just three. But it go ahead. No, I was just saying. But as you know, it, really I mean we're parents, all of our lives. Right. And so granted it'd be great to have it from day one, but you're still parenting, those adult grown kids, and what about your grandkids? No right on, we have the next generation that are coming up are already beginning to see some spotting going on with them, as we spend time with or grandkids. And, and it's so great though. But let me just say thank you for the work that you've done. You've kind of laid a path for us all in and I, I don't think this is a one and done as we think about parenting, and working with students and string spotting and recognizing them. There is a lot of work to do for parents, and there's a lot of work to do for teachers, and there's a lot of work to do for administrators. And there's a lot of work to do for podcasters. We've got a lot of work to do. And so we're just we're really excited. Thanks for kind of laying a foundation and your continued work that you do. For us in this role. I think it's quiet. You're kind of quiet behind the scenes don't stir the pot, don't be really loud about it, but it's so powerful and all the stuff that we do. Mary, thank you for just being a leader in this space over the last three decades, four decades, maybe in just really doing such a great job of making it. So powerful for us, Mike. Anything else you wanna add as we kind of bring it in for landing, I think some of, you know, one of the things that I really took away today specifically for you. Mary was we might write a book called strength based parenting, but it isn't just four parents. The idea that anybody who's living on planet earth, with, with small, humans, or young, humans is either, you're either in the trenches, you're on the sidelines or you're there in somebody else's corner. So thank you for your leadership at on this. I was the parent who read every single book written on how to get your kid to sleep and all of them had a different perspective. And I if I would've maybe slow down a little bit and said, well, Mike. Maybe your kid has other talent. Other than sleep that might have been something, I think there is such an appetite to get to get this. Right. It's, it's, you know, it's our life's work. And so, thank you for being there and filling that appetite with something that we all really need to hear you. Bet. Thank you will remind everyone to take full advantage of all the resources. We have available to help strengthen or just go string center dot com. If you'd like to be a guest blogger mica, and I have thought about maybe we've talked about this of offering you've got something to say around strength based parenting. If you've got an something in your brain, you wanna get out, right at to us citizen Email coaching at Gallup dot com. A guest blogger in the subject line in we'd love to consider it for maybe an article in our coaches blog, you catch recorded audio video this program as well as all the past ones. They're available on our coaches blog coaching dot y'all dot com..
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"That that when you've got that focus. We also know through some of our research, as well as others that. Kids have more confidence. They have more direction. They have more hope and what I really love is their kinder now. That's, that's a to me, a fabulous outcome of all of this. So we think about how do we get there? And I've got a huge audience of, of Clifton strengths coaches p really are equipped with this brilliant understanding of what we're what we're doing and I think the wanting to do it. How do you think Clifton strengths coaches can best help kids? I think there's two primary ways that, that coaches can can be most helpful. Number one is, is directly. Working with individual Quetta's. So I think having those meaningful dialogues as meaningful conversations that help affirm who each child is. I mean, it's, it's one thing for your mom or dad to say, oh, you know, you're, you're so you're such a competing person, but it's another thing to have somebody else. Who says? Oh, no. This is really special about you. This is really what's going to help you sore. I think I think, you know, just that alone is, is huge. But then I think coach is also can be great at giving kids tools helping them. No ways that they can take their innate talents and build those into strengths that can help give them ideas for. How they might expand some of their experiences. They can ask him great questions that helped broaden their mindset. So I think I think that's the that's the first thing. But the second thing is, I think, coaches can really help kids via the parents. So parents, just like kids, they need. Affirmation. You know, even if it's something they already know about their child. A lot of times, parents are thinking, okay. Well, I think I have the most empathetic daughter in the world. But maybe that's just me because I'm the mom, well, a coach can help affirm that and say, no, you know what your right? And, and, and that's something really important, too. Help develop I think parents need somebody who's in their corner and coaches can really be that person who's a little bit more objective than the competitive. Mom down the street, right? So I think coaches can be that person, I think coaches can help share some really good reminders with parents or thoughts with parents. You know, I I love it. When we ask parents to think back to when they were the age that their child is right now. And, you know, and we just ask them, what were you doing when you were twelve years old, and what was important to you, and what was your what was your daily life like? And then I think, to, you know, ask the parent, okay? And how do you feel about who you are today? You know, was that, okay? Then I just I think it helps when parents have somebody help them to kind of step back and go. Oh, yes. That's, that's a different time of life. But. There was a little gal that I was working with name Caroline and just a little Spitfire of eleven year old. And she was one of those kids that is kind of every teacher's dream, you know, she was this great little compliant student. Why shouldn't say compliance student but she was this great little student who always did, what teachers wanted the other kids liked her? So she was a nice positive force for the classroom. You know, she's energetic, and engaging, but in talking to Caroline's mom Caroline would go home and just drop into a clump in a chair every day. And mom knew something was wrong. But, you know, teachers would say she's doing great in school. Well, we had to stop and think about who Caroline was what, what we're her top three themes. So one of them was carrying and this little girl had a ton of empathy. So when she would come home on and say, how a skull today, Carolyn might say fine. Fine. And just, you know, just kind of be blah there. Well little Caroline, who. Was was carrying and had a ton of empathy. She was taking on the weight of the world on her shoulders. Because if her friends were worried about something she felt that and, and knew that was, you know, wanting to help but she's an eleven year old girl. So. You know, she didn't know where to go with all of that. Well, how we help turn that and change that was, when killer would come home mama, give her a little time to be there. And then when mom would ask your questions, instead of saying, how school she would say to her, how did amnesty go is Charlie's dog? Okay. And would ask those that, you know, the things that Caroline was really thinking, and eating to talk through, and debrief mama, just listen. But sometimes she could give Caroline some tools for how to keep developing and using her caring talent in a way that helped Caroline inner friends, so. But apparent might need a coach to help them get to that point. Can't really reset that role even of that parent. Yes. Exactly. Exactly. We I want to kind of exceleron. I think this topic of strength space, parenting is probably the the big piece that I'd love to get to what would you. How do you know if you're getting this, right? Like, what is what is strength based parenting? Look like. Well so how do you know if you're getting this. Right. That's a huge question. So that sometimes takes a lot of years, right? I mean that's why parenting is you. Don't get that overnight answer all the time. Right. It's down the road, but string space, parenting, of course, is really about knowing your own strengths and knowing your child strikes, but, but being able to use those strengths to be able to help your child use their strengths and grow and develop them. When we wrote strength, based parenting, it was a little overwhelming, because I started looking around and they're like more than sixty thousand books on parenting out there, man. That's you know most of those are about advice in what we should do. That's, that's a ton of advice. And I, I know there's good advice out there. But you gotta sort throat, I, but I also know there's a ton of blanket advice out there. It just causes me to always say, wait a minute. How, how could you ever think there was going to be a one-size-fits-all approach to parenting? We differ at a over a billion locations in our DNA. So how could there be one right answer for seven billion of us on this earth? You know, a parents and kids. So we just have to go back to that idea of, we're all unique. So let's figure out not only what's unique about shoo, not only who is your child. But what's, what's right? You know what are those natural inclinations? What are those growing edges there, going to help help child the mouse? So the perspective is to embrace what you and your child, or naturally good at rather than trying to push your child into who they aren't and into who somebody else thinks that they should be. Very I hear you, you know, as we, it's more than just the book, right the, the parenting strength based parenting and more than just reading a book in following directions. There's, there's so many nuances in this, right? You've also talked about in in you. You've got the book behind you a how full is your bucket. And how does your bucket for for kids how important, you know, we've we that is a subject, and we think about recognition, how important is this idea of recognition, in parenting, in which a tie the two together, we sometimes think about it existing in the corporate world. But is an equally or more important parenting? I think well, it's equal, I would say it's equally as important in in parenting. And I think just as in the corporate world with parenting, it's about getting the recognition, right? And figuring out how does your child like what kind of recognition do they like, is it. They want the whole family of plotting forum. Is it calling up grandma on sharing on the telephone when something has happened? Or is it you know, orchestrating something bigger a party or dinner out? But that certainly. Is about who your family is who that individual is? And how can we best give that, you know, recognition or is it notes? But there's just a whole host voice, you can do, but I also think that. You know, so we were talking about recognition earlier in about how full is your bucket for kids. I think really the message in there that's kind of at the base of where strengths is. It's, it's about. Helping us all stop and see what's right and kinda taking care of each other so beyond ourselves. That's how do I stretch out to my, my peers or to the rest of the kids in the school? And think about how they're feeling. And what makes them feel good? What makes them feel important? I do sense that we don't probably say this enough, but that recognition work that we've done with how does your bucket, and this idea of strength, based parenting, go hand in hand. We, we talked a lot about this in the corporate world. But I really believe we, we need to kind of think through parents can get that supercharge environment if they're spending some time thinking about in and we get clues to that through these themes, right? But how to recognize them best and I asked students all the time in our internship. It was the best recognition to ever received. I don't think that's a bad question to kind of start working through with children right as like. Right. What is right? What works for you? And what in, in the work that you did in the CDC, and that you continue to do in the CDC, how much time do your teachers, you and your teachers, spend recognizing the students. And how what does that look like? Oh, gosh, it's, it's it happens every day. It happens all the time. And it's Chris, we have quite a range of ages, and it's in it's pretty easy at some at some points because with, really little ones, you know what when they do something, it's simply clapping, your hands, and they get that big old smile. And then they just want to do more of it. So, so it works great, you know, with some of the older kiddos. They love when their parents come to pick them up the teacher, 'cause they hear everything, right? So hearing, the teacher, tell mom or dad. Oh my gosh. She should've seen what Josh did today. And that's big recognition or they're figuring out about the recognition of. Hey, jill. Can you take this note up to the front desk for me? You know so, so recognition can come also through giving them responsibility. There's photos up of kids, there's photos, up of, you know, of them doing things that they do well, or showing off the LEGO building that they created, you know. So I think there's just a whole host of ways they didn't really plays in to. How kids develop and how how it feeds their sense of pride. It's fantastic. We've got a question here from our chat group specifically about maybe that connection between parents and or adults and kids. It says what should we be careful to honor regarding strengths development for kids, that is different than strengths development for adults?.
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"She's a workplace consultant with me, Mike. Oh, we are on episode twelve in the season wrap. Welcome back. Thanks, jim. Gosh, it's so good to be here, and what a wonderful way to celebrate something that kind of felt like new territory for us. I congratulations, Jim we made it. No. It's kind of fun to get through all ten of these. We've gotten a lot of great feedback from the audience in. Maybe we'll just ask right up front. What does this done for you through the season? What kind of things have you learned? How have you been using it drop that inner Facebook groups innocent Email footed on Snapchat, not out? Nets. Don't do it on snatch. Nobody will see Instagram snow in the in the. Live with us right now. What have you discovered through this? And then Jim, and I will definitely share what we've discovered in our Poche. Oh, if you want to stick around for that. If you are listening to today, you're gonna notice that are formatted slightly different than our tin theme episodes. And I guarantee that are pre show or our kickoff show that we had with Julian Moseley and today with another very special guest or going to be, too, that you are going to want to watch over and over again. You will you will find that there's a great amount of what is our philosophy around strengths and children, and strengths and families and strengthen parenting and teaching and of I think today's going to be a really great way to book end everything that we've done really going deep into those themes. But if you hear listening for a specific theme rewind last week. Mike. Let's go ahead and get started. Would you introduce our guest, and let's, let's get rolling? It is my distinct pleasure today to introduce to you, somebody who I admire both personally and professionally her top five are arranger belief self-assurance learner and maximize her. She is the executive director of the Donald oak Lifton child development center. And when I first met Mary, it was when I had a video camera in my hands and a microphone, and I was allowed in his probably my first year at Gallup to go interview, some children of in the CDC, and I knew instantly when I met Mary, because she came along and, and accompanied with me that she was somebody who loves and lives for humans on no matter what, what age, they are just the environment that she has created within this space, not only makes an excellent opportunity for children, but also for all the adults who could love and live and work with kids there. Doc. Mary wreck Myers. Also, the mom of four she is author of strength based parenting, which we've been following along throughout our entire series. Shut also co authored, how full is your bucket for kids, which you can see beautifully displayed in her display. You're following along our video today. He married, thank you so much being with us. Welcome to the program. Oh, thank you, Mike. Thank you for reminding me about your video days. A long time ago. I don't even remember what we were doing, but I do remember, you were gracious enough to say, yeah, of course, you can interview some kids. Here's, here's some who will talk to you, would we have many kids with presence, who loved having you there. So having a microphone in front of them. Got to love it. He married. Can you just tell us a little bit? We've talked quite a bit about strengths explorer, it's been the, I think the technical focus of this entire series from your perspective. What was the original intent behind creating strengths explore? Well, so, so as an organization and, and just philisophical, we've always believed that it's important treat children, as individuals and to really respect their natural inclinations, their talents, their interests. And of course, we had strengths finder for adults. Or let's say for individuals about fifteen on up and through our own research, as well as research, a lot of other people we. No. That focusing on strength decreases pain, decreases stress anger sadness. And we know that the when we focus on positive emotions in quits right that. People are happier. They've got better wellbeing. They've got more energy. They're rested. They're smiling and they're learning. And so why wouldn't we want that same thing for young people for children? So we just had to do the trick of spending time figuring out. How can we have an objective assessment for kids to help, help us all know what's right about them? And of course, we've been working with school districts for decades, and, you know, teachers coaches administrators all. They want to figure out what makes kids chick. They wanna know what motivates them how to help them learn best, and they want to be able to do that in August and September not get to that point in April, where they go, I think I just figured out how to do this better for that child, and then it's summertime and it's gone. And so we knew that there were a lot of ways strengths explorer could make a difference to young people, and, and in development and an education and to parents and families. And so that's really why we wanted to. Create this tool. It sounds like a big piece of it. You mentioned is that objective tool that helps accelerate the speed of those conversations. I, I mean, I'm who's going to argue right with being happier and less stressed. I, I deal with adults most of the time who say that's the number one reason that they want any kind of intervention that we're doing, but we also know that simply using that tool and having that strengths based experience where you do experience at change. There's gotta be something more than just the the use of the tool. What do you think needs to go around the tool? What also needs to be there. If we're really going to have that strengths based experience for children. Right. I think there's several things we can do to help get it, right. Of course, of course, one of the great things that the assessment can do is, is it helps you build a relationship quickly with a young person when, you know, you have something to talk about that, that's very much a part of who they are. And what's important to them? Mm and we learn best through relationships. Right. So getting getting the relationship off to a quick start in the right way. Yes key. I think also if we're gonna get strengths based. Relationships and and development right with kids. We also have to remember they're not many adults. They, they don't necessarily think and feel and, and have have the put the same importance on things that we do as adults. I mean adults have had a lot of years of experience a lot of time to sort, but kids are developmentally. They're at a different place. They're doing. They're sorting. They're doing they're growing. They're finding their pathways. And we've gotta be sure. And remember that? I think we also in addition to getting those top three back, we have to continue to spend a lot of time, listening, observing. And then, of course, accepting appreciating and building on what we hear, and helping kids to explore those natural inclinations and their and their interests. And I do I want to go back to the part about listening. I think it's really key that we remember we probably need to spend more time listening than talking or thinking, we're giving a whole lot of great advice to kids, but take time to listen, ask them some great questions, and then and then let them talk things through. I think that's really important. And one of the things that I do like to remind dolts about I it's my three second rule. So when adults ask a young person whether they're three years old, or they're twelve years old asked him a question. Do you know what the average length of time is the adult waits for the child to respond before adding in or asking another question? It's a whopping nine tenths of a second. I mean think about that. That is just nothing. So I say give it three second. Nds triple that time three seconds is still kind of nothing. But if you do that, you really will feel the difference. And what if you tripled that and got to nine seconds, you'll really feel the difference there? But, you know, just stopping and waiting, and not having a preconceived idea of what the right answer should be. I also think when we're. Considering strengths explorer, and in talents, that we also really need to. Give kids time to get good at something. Anything really? But just so that they have some kind of expertise in that expertise might keep changing and growing. But, but it's giving a child confidence about something, something that they know and that they can do because it gives them that added edge, and that added resilient, so maybe you're not a writing star, but you're the best at math facts that can can help you kind of override and keep going. So I guess those would be some of the things that I say, we really need to consider in addition, strengths explore to really get it right with kiddos. Yeah. Let them be and be there with them. I'm that three. Second rule is going to stick with me this morning. My co parent and I definitely piled on our three year old over and over again not just for having the right answer. But for responding to us really quickly, and we have more patients to watch basketball players make a free throw. Then sometimes we do with little, right? Mary, you've been involved in utilizing strengths for kids in school specifically, what have you noticed is different in those schools that use a strengths based approach? Well right off the bat, what I would say. I think there's a different level of energy, and they're certainly a different level of engagement in those schools, both among among teachers among staff, and most definitely among kids. Schools that schools that take the strengths based approach that, that tend to use strengths explorer. I think they also have a different mindset. So the mindset is not how do we get all these kids into the same box? How do we make them have the same outcome? But they, they really think about them as. Individuals. I think they find a lot of ways to celebrate achievements and accomp- in -ccomplish Mets. They've got you know there's a lot of ways to do that. So, for example. You know, they might celebrate a student's academic academic achievements and that they've got top grades but they might also celebrate another. Child's volunteerism for example. We do know that kids who are in strengths based schools. They'll tell you that somebody in their school or the. Helps them be excited about the future. They've got teachers who not only can can talk about their own strengths, but they know the kids strengths, and they take time to build on those, and that's a, that's a really different mindset than you'll you'll see other places. And of course, when you're excited about the future when you're engaged you're at school learning more -ccomplish ING more..
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"So I invite you to join me Kelly. Thanks for taking the time to hang out with us today to get through the issues that we have it's always a ton of fun. We're excited about the materials that are out. I will remind everyone that these are officially officially licensed content with Gallup, and so there's a big process that goes that goes through of getting it in getting it approved working with us in the licensing. And so lots of folks, ask, oh, they've seeing the content, you know. Yes. It's licensed with Gallup and so we appreciate you go in through that process. Mike, you want to add anything to that. And just I think people sometimes they're afraid to do that. But no that Gallup wants to be involved. We know that the mission behind this is too important to do kind of halfway, and we want to be there and be your partner making sure that what we're putting out there is, is all the way and is. Possibly can be. And we know that, you know, your audience is better than better than we can reach every single audience. Our commitment to have a million coaches or to have everybody knows their strengths that can't happen, only from Gallup so go and engage us and will certainly be a partner at two to whatever degree that weekend. Shoop really thanks again for coming on or remind everyone to take full advantage of all the resources we have avail- available at the help string center scalps string center dot com. Cintas, your questions or comments. If you missed anything in the here, and you or you've got a question citizen, Email coaching at Gallup dot com. You can also cash recorded audio in video, it's available for download if or if you want to just listen to it on your podcast player all the ways to do that or available offer, coaches block coaching dot Gallup dot com. If you're interested in becoming a Gallup certified strengths coach, you can see a list of all the courses that lead to that offer courses page courses, dugout dot com. There is a contact form on that page as well. If you have some questions around at somebody will get right back to you. Don't forget to join us for the twenty nineteen Clifton string. If it's after June third fourth and fifth of twenty nineteen we probably have another one coming up, you can go to Clinton strength. Summit dot com. There's a little bit of room, laughed mica. It's super close to selling out so individuals if you're thinking about coming we are really close. We're just a month in some change. Okay. From doing this, you might wanna sign up still time to come a few hotel rooms left. You might want to get it done. Head out to Clifton strengths summit dot com and get that into the Mike. It'll be great to see you. There is Kelly you're gonna be able to join us for the summit. Yes, I'll be there, help to see everyone. They're great. Indeed. Don't forget join us on our Facebook group, Facebook dot com slash groups slash call to coach and we'll continue the conversation out there as well appreciate you. Joining us live today, and we thank everybody for coming with that we'll say goodbye. Everybody.
"gallup" Discussed on Gallup Called to Coach
"I'm Jim Carlson, and live from the gal campus here in Omaha. Nebraska, this Gallup's called the coach recorded on April twenty twenty-sixth twenty nineteen. Call the coaches a resource for those who went up others discover, and use their strength. We have gal experts and independent strings coaches your tactics insights and strategies to help coaches maximize talent of individuals teams and organizations around the world. If you have questions during this live webcast, you have a chatroom available for you part of the YouTube a window. That's in there you can just pop that out and chat with us, if you like to get your questions in, it's after the fact, if you're listening to the record virgin can always send us an Email coaching at Gallup dot com. Of course, don't forget to visit the Gallup string center out strength center dot com for your strings coaching resources and training need. You can also catch the video downloadable audio. We call that podcasting. All the cool kids are doing it today. And you might want to as well all the ways to do it. We've got bunches of different ways for you to listen get subscribed. Get in there. It's all our coaches blog, head to coaching dot Gallup dot com. Ikea Libran is our host today. She's a workplace consultant Harry Gallup and Mike. I never miss an opportunity to be on a call to coach with you all come to call the coach. And so thrilled it feels like a crossover experience. It's fun to get to come over and see what's going on in this called the coach world. Kind of is in good to have you filling in today, especially good because you and I are just coming off of a strengths explorer series. So it's not just crossover. We typically do theme Thursday, which, by the way, we just released the kickoff series for season, five of the Thursday, over to vent bright. If you're joining us live, or you want to join us live. Don't forget, you can do that on our vent, bright page event. It's a Gallup dot event, bright dot com, but we've spent you and I have spent a bunch of time, thinking through each of the ten themes of, of strengths explore and finished up that series wrap that up we're still kind of releasing the, the video, the audio video that comes out with it, but today's guest has written some content for strengths. Foreign were excited. Why introduce our guest and we'll talk a little bit about not just some content. You guys. I got an entire package of brilliance here from our guests. So we get to talk about all that Kelly parks has created and everything that it. Took to go into that. And really, I think it's going to accelerate people's utility of strengths explorer, and Jim, you and I were talking over and over again as we went through that strengths explorer series that really our goal was just to improve the conversations that adults have with children, and gosh, this are going to be some tools that are certainly going to extend that and help folks, do it. So Kelly, welcome to the program. Thanks for being here. Oh, thank you. It's honored to be here. Kelly can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how you stumbled upon what eventually became exploring my strengths. Well, first of all little bit about my background. I'm a former teacher or principal and superintendent and maintained at a rating for the department of education for twenty two years and won a national recognition. Sorry, one a national recognition for title one reward school. And so I had this background in education and when I learned about the Gallup organization and the strengths movement. I just knew that I wanted to join the movement, and I could see that it needed to be in schools. And so that's the purpose for the, the materials that we created. So Kelly, I think we hear that a lot this, this desire, especially from maybe educators, or people who are connected to children and other ways bell here about strengths with Rehill hear about the movement that we do with adults and they'll thank gosh, why aren't we doing this in schools? But sometimes they come up against this hurdle in it doesn't quite come to fruition. What was that, like for you from the moment that you realized this needs to be in schools? What kind of hurdles did you overcome to get to where you are? Now. Well, first of all, I as a teacher I remember going to I need to have resources. I would go to in the summertime, I go to teachers supply stores, and, you know, just look for the most perfect poster or supplemental materials to go up with my walls to help me teach the content focus on what I needed to teach the students that year and I realized that quickly that in the schools that there was no resources for the strength training for students. And, and so as a teacher you always create what you need. And so that's how this idea was born. So so how did it start? Where were you at the very beginning? Well, what I did was I was working with a couple of schools here in Arizona. And there's a superintendent Glen gatty who invited me to do strength training in his schools, and I invited him and the administrators to get together to brainstorm, some ways in which we could make the strength training for children fun memorable relatable because there was nothing out there. And so I wanted to get their ideas. And there was a. Curriculum director, her name was faith, Sylvia's, she's brilliant and talented and peace said that she had written a children's book before. And so I said, okay, let's, let's start looking at that. And so what we did was we decided to create some characters that would go along with each of the Gallup team, a ten new things. And, and then from there we created some narrative in some poems to go along with each of the Tim themes, and with many revisions were able to create the exploring my strengths book, so. If it's okay, I'd like to just sort of jump into this book, and I told jamming and Kelly in the preview might be a little bit like an unblock saying because I have gotten a preview of the book, but I got this really kit of all the other supplemental materials, and I, I just flew to western rascal last night, and made sure that this was like, in my carry on, you know, how they say, if you have any important batteries or medications that you can't get law. But in your checked baggage this ended up in my carry out because it was that important. And I'm so thrilled about I think, what stands out to me is, of course, these ten characters being able to not just think about them as talented teams but to
"gallup" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And welcome back to our final segment with. Dr James harden, has we talk about emotional intelligence in the power of the mind. Tell us a little bit about the forgiveness James and how that works. Well, it turns out we can go to. George gallup. Bolster was very good friends with, sir. John Templeton during John Templeton five and every so often, Sir John would say age or twenty do another poll on forgiveness, and he would survey Americans on forgiveness. I had the privilege of reading the details of one of those vase, and what they found was that eighty percent of Americans when they ass home important forgiveness was said it was extremely important. Not little moderately not quite a bit. They said extremely important eighty five percent, then of the ones who rated extremely important he asked well, can you do it and eighty percents, and no they couldn't not do. They could not do it and even things, and you know, God help didn't help them do effective forgiveness. Now, George Gallup didn't ask about the bio cyber not alpha one. Forgiveness training. But other things that he did ask about the only found one thing that was related to affect the forgiveness. It wasn't prayer. It was meditative prayer. Well, when you put the adver better Tatum in front of any verb like meditative gardening meditative fishing meditative walking when I see our moral the waves. So in a sense, George Gallup is telling us that to do active forgiveness. You have to have increased alpha waves, and so I've created based on reports from tens of thousands of interviews. I distill down the best methods of forgiveness and boss that we have a fourteen step forgiveness about it. And the thing is you have to bring the person in it could be top of yourself viewing sell forgiven. Your charge them you go into the pain. If you can connect with the pain, you're gonna drop. So the scores will turn white that means you can stop. Art, you need a majority of white scores. If you can't connect with the pain will try again, but if not working going to something else because you're wasting your time if you can't connect with the pain in the scores tell you by turning white that you've connected with the pain your office dropped then it's time to start forgiving us. And you know, there's many things you can try like walking in the person shoes or main their moccasins or cutting some slack or they were young and stupid or they were impaired. And you can also say and feel I love your I forgive you. And if you are doing what is affected forgiveness your outfits gonna go up and as long as giving us is working your ALPHA's going up. And so the colors of scores are going to be blue and green means the rising if the L scores turn white again. Then you go ask your imaginary judges how all the forgiveness I can do for now. And if the judges say, yes, and you celebrate basket little integrate what you did. If any one of the judges says, no you go back feel the pain again and start over is there a level of forgiveness because I couldn't forgive somebody who killed family member. For example. I mean, I I'm not talking about an auto accident. Here was an accident. Whether he was drunk or not I could probably forgive that. I could not forget forgive a murderer. If you were in the bus alpha training, you would be able to what do I want to? Oh, well, you see forgiveness. Doesn't mean you make it right? What it means is that you're no longer obsessed by the pain of it. I see that's in a course in miracles. I would refer people to lessen one thirty four which is let me under stand forgiveness as it is it's a very Vance view of forgiveness. But when that most people would not be ready to embrace. But at the end of their seven day alpha training about cyber people can read that lesson one thirty four, and of course in miracles and begin to understand it. All right. Let's go take final calls here. Let's go to my at in New York. Welcome to the show. Hi, my aunt. Oh fascinating program, and I'm gonna as two points classification 'cause it goes very fast and two of the points. I want him to respond to and listen over the air. First of all I'd like to know who you were needing on that motiva- pity from Pittsburgh to San Fran a second. I like to know 'cause I was coming into the room. How wrote you'll reality relates to all of this. And my last two points is I'd like to hear some tips on meditation as home and lastly, a lot of the coast people are aware of the late Robert Munro's by all beats. I think it's called way you can do the sound technology you can travel out of your body. If you have my questions games. I listen over the air. My you've asked some wonderful questions. George can I go through all of them. Sure. Okay. So my trip San Francisco, which was on a triumph Bonneville motorcycle began after I graduated from college with a degree in physics, and I went up into Canada took the trans Canadian highway. And then I went, and I visited a friend with whom I stayed over the summer who had been a grad student at Duquesne, and it actually introduced me to phenomena logical psychology and do other peer Daesh are, Dan, and sort of began, my spiritual life, and so, you know, thank you for asking that a very personal question. I I was intrigued with all the spiritual stuff. But as a scientist going, how do you measure it? And so when I. I met Dr jokes me, and I realized that they were brainwaves that were associated with spiritual states. I mean, I know brainwave patterns you have to develop if you wanna see angels. So also able to make a science of spirituality at bows, we do spiritual science now your next question was about virtual reality. There presently is an opportunity for you to control virtual reality with your brain wife now calills, LeBron's the mystical Lebanese poet wrote one of his poems. He said what man would not burn his heart as incense before? God that listen to his parents and granted him has desires. Well, if you link up your brainwaves to appropriately after two with some wisdom and knowledge of brain to of virtual reality system. You can literally live in the world of your dreams. You might remember. Scotty, the engineer on a arthri said one time he says many times he's fallen in love the holiday. The holiday was three d you know, reality of them, and he would conjure up ideal, you know, lovers and have fallen love. And so that's one way that you could use were to reality linked to brainwaves. Then interesting question tips, undoing this meditation. Can you do this at home? Many people would be interested in how to do this without having to come for seven days to one of the bios ever centers. Well, the first thing, of course, is meditation of the problem is meditation is hard. There's thousands of books written on it. And you don't get any feedback until you get really good at it. Any teacher and parent knows you need the feedback. When you're first starting to learn the brainwave training at by cyber is the equivalent of twenty one to forty years of zen in a week. So it really speeds things up. No, we are soon to release a portable unit a home device, it's not a brainwave feedback device. But according to my university based research it when you use it it'll cost under five hundred dollars when you use it at home as a part of your meditation. It will be the second most effective way of raising your L and the first most effective way is coming through the bio seven Elsa training. And so. So there is a way that you can do this call meditation, and we're going to be releasing soon. A new technology that you can use it home to help you in your meditation. Let's go back to more calls. We go to Jay and Seattle. Welcome to the program. Hi, jay. Go ahead. Hello. Hey, george. Hey, jay. Yeah. It's been awhile since I've called man, you your program just keeps getting better and better keeps growing bigger and bigger. Well, there's more people I've told friends about you. Thank you. You're welcome. So yeah, I'm a former servicemember I was in the army. I was a medical Cormon, and I've done my own research after I got out and even while I was in. But I've got to be using. Natural Orville nutraceutical supplements. What MS gingko biloba, and I know it severance me up for a fact for the brain. Yes, sir. Can your doctor comment on that? If you wanna talk about supplementation at all. One of my detro- path friend says you cannot supplement your way out of a bad lifestyle. So if you're eating and drinking bad, and you're not exercising and not sleeping. You know? You're not going to get the good health with upland. But if you're doing all those things, right, then appropriate supplementation can be very helpful. I take gingko biloba pill every day in the morning. And so I believe in supplements. And sometimes they have to be tuned to your unique physiology. Like, maybe you're your high in copper and calcium or maybe you're low, and then Guineas, and so knowing intelligently where your your Siread hormone, you know, maybe low, and so it's important to get tested by an appropriate, you know, healthcare provider, and then somebody wise enough to know how to supplement. Yes. I believe in supplementation. Yeah. Me too. Okay. Rico's with us in Oxnard cali-. Hi, Rico, good morning. Judge. How you doing? Okay. Thank you. Yeah. My questions about the bio cyber not program to also one okay? Actually, I have a few points that I like to get a feedback on. It was passing. And you said you were taking in children. I have a son. I it seems like I've more interested in the course, myself with therapy and emotional intelligence. I did that that that study. The. And I wanted to know about the project halo the halo project that you guys are doing if you're aware of fun back and the vaccination that they have supposedly in that isolates the land that makes us feel like we're connected with God, only meditate pray. And if you guys have used that if you're wearing and if you guys also use implement Hosa jenex or even muddy wanna win doing your studies. All right. Take a few of those for you, James. Okay. So let's see the alpha one training to make when the last time I was on George with you and before that was in punit and before that with our bell. We did not have a payment plan. So the training the prices are all on the website. Yeah. There's different trainings. You can do the class. You can do the premium double there's the deluxe premium double, and so there's a variety that you can choose from even a stripped down five Davor that we call bootcamp we go in the chamber twice each day..
"gallup" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"And in trustee trombone news, according to a new Gallup poll American Catholics are less trusting of clergy members than ever before. Experts are speculating this is related to either the pope getting caught using the neighbor's wifi or the news that decades of news about sexually assaulting children was very much real and also very much tiny compared to the actual size of that crime. Like, whatever number you had in your head. It's that plus thousands and thousands more things and that was enough for a little over a third of the trusting Catholics to change their vote since last year. This is the largest drop in almost two decades and keep in mind this bowl doesn't count people who stopped being Catholics. Just people who are on some kind of weird twenty four strike system. Hatlin they hit it this year. It's unclear. Yes. So here's the breakdown from Gallup among practicing Catholics the trust level dropped from forty nine percent a year ago to not fucking zero. It didn't drop zero. The number is thirty one percent in this latest poll. So I guess the headline should actually be some American Catholics believed. Clergy. Are a trustworthy group. Still what the fuck. In a related story. According to a new he's poll a little over a third of trusting American Catholics learned how to count past won this year. Well, I'm actually shocked the number is still so high because I mean because what the fuck is a Catholic who doesn't find clergy trustworthy, rightly a fan of bland biscuits. How the hell is I don't trust what they're saying? I just voluntarily give them money a majority opinion in any demographic. People were into crackers and wine. I guess. I love big quiet rooms. Yeah. And by the way, according to another heath poll American Catholics have a really weird line in the sand. When it comes to sexual assault of children. How much is too much like where the fuck was that line? And the answer is shut the fuck up Catholic people who just now changed their vote. Your answer was going to be because now we know your line was somewhere in between thousands of kid, rapes and way more thousands of. And just for the record. We have about seventy million Catholic people in the US that means about twelve point five million people had their line in the sand about too many kid rapes in the medium thousands area. I wanna meet that guy. Look anyone is Asians going to have hundreds of kids, rapists, put thousands. That's on you. And one other ridiculous number that goes along with the poll is the total rate of Catholicism that we have in the US that number tends to float around the twenty to thirty percent area. And that's exactly where it continues floating. Now, the percentage of Americans who call themselves Catholic is holding steady somehow is like Donald Trump's approval rating if he fucked Barron. Got a bunch of raped Catholic going, well, at least who to help you. And what are the detail? Prosecutors have only come out and fishery asked Catholic leaders in a small handful of states if they're actively hiding pedophile, rapists, not sure how long it takes a lawyer to ask that question fifty times. But I did it superfast. Just now as test run started going really fast like protect you want to minimize the words in the question, if you're trying to get it as fast, it's just be like, rapists, rapists, raven. I was doing in like, thirty seconds. You're right through it. But regardless even at the pace, we're going we should be seeing every single Catholic person turning Protestant, and then turning Jewish and then turning atheist by the end of two thousand nineteen but I'm sure we won't oh, you fucking tease. I was having this brief fantasies about Joel teen money. Oh. Happy. So great and finally tonight in Gaby's news. We finally learn how to make gay babies this week, which is gonna save us..
"gallup" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"It is Frankie Boyer. And for many of you. You may not be aware of the work of Dr Robert Mueller, and he has truly changed the way we look at peace the way we look at life. The way we look at individuals with dignity. And respect and Barbara gone was married to this man for for almost twenty years. She's joining us today. We're continuing the conversation. Her book is out. It's called revolutionary conversations. The website is revolutionary conversations dot net. Tools, you need for the success you want and it's important to maximize business opportunities in this day and age, Barbara, so please share with us a little bit about this. Thank you. Thank you. I'm trying something new I put on my headset. And I'm hoping that. Better. Yes. Thank you so much. You're welcome. I wanted the people who are listening to your show. And I'm sure you have bands up the yin Yang to really understand that peace is possible and any conversation that you have even at business. They have shown to the polling of Gallup that people who are dishes engaged at work are people who have been belittle did not have conversations that work did not become included in decision making. They felt like they were just coming to work to put in their time caged workforce is costing billions of dollars every year. Because people do not take full advantage of the potential of each person. And sometimes the potential of a person is enhanced by subway like my new partner in life owes around who is office. And he says the people are you happy. And if they say, no he has a conversation with him. He read my book from beginning.